Have you purchased a “new” Chevrolet Volt only to later find out that it had already been sold and is actually a “used” car? Did you pay a new car price for that “used” Volt? Further, since you were not the first purchaser, were you denied the right to take advantage of the $7,500 tax credit available to Volt purchasers? Much to General Motors’ chagrin, some Chevrolet dealers are selling the fuel efficient Volt to other dealers or to a shell corporation owned by the dealership in order to claim the tax credit for themselves. Once the dealership receives the tax credit for themselves, they then sell the vehicle, which is now a used car according to the title, to the consumer without disclosing the prior sale or the potential tax credit the consumer is missing out on.
If you have purchased a “new” Volt and think you may have been defrauded by the dealer, please call Krohn &Moss, Ltd. at 1-800-875-3666 to discuss your rights. Krohn & Moss, Ltd. has been protecting consumers’ rights for over 16 years and has successfully resolved over 45,000 cases.