Chevy’s Volt hybrid was once considered pricey even after government tax credits, but the 2016 model may well be within your reach… if you live in the right state, at least. The automaker has revealed that its latest eco-friendly sedan will cost $33,995 at full price (down $1,200 from last year), but it’ll drop to to a more palpable $26,495 if you qualify for a full federal tax credit. And if you live in California, it’ll sit just under the magic $25,000 mark — not bad for a full-size car that can stay on electric power during a typical commute. You can certainly find cheaper hybrids if you look around, but this is a testament to how quickly Chevy’s once-exotic technology has become accessible.
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