The redesigned 2016 Chevrolet Volt is now in showrooms, but only in certain regions.
Chevy is limiting second-generation Volt sales to California and other states friendly to plug-in electric cars for the time being, but will roll the car out nationwide early next year.
The 2016 Volt will have a shortened model year, making way for the 2017 Volt’s arrival this coming spring.
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That 2017 model will get some extra available equipment compared to the 2016 Volt, but will have almost the same price, according to CarsDirect.
EDITOR’S NOTE: After we published this article on December 25, GM released an order guide revision that shows a $50 base price increase and a $50 higher mandatory destination fee. That equates to an effective $100 increase