• yauco avatar yauco Posted: 12/3/2012 10:25am PST

    Credit for individuals only! Is the dealer getting the tax credit? Otherwise, the individual is financing the full cost.

    As a disabled vet I have no tax liability, so paying almost $50,000 for a car is out of the question. And I'm not part of Romney's 47%. I earned my pension!

  • varshi avatar varshi Posted: 6/17/2011 10:15pm PDT

    i dont know whether this article carries true matter but i want to tell all you people that paying tax is one of the essential duty of every citizen and we should do it in a right way.

  • joe Posted: 6/2/2011 8:17pm PDT

    @PathMi
    Stop your pathetic lies dude. A tax credit does not come out of your pocket. Maybe learn some tax law before spouting your nonsense. A tax credit generally only affects that amount of taxes that you pay, and is not refundable, meaning you don't get the whole amount if you haven't paid enough taxes. Basically, let's say you paid 20000 in taxes this year from your income, then chances are you can get back the full amount. If you only paid 5 thousand, you will see only a portion of the $7500. It doesn't affect you.

  • fb_100000351085371 avatar Richard Joash Posted: 6/1/2011 10:31pm PDT

    that's okay Chris

  • PathMI Posted: 6/1/2011 2:38pm PDT

    No surprise, here, that a government program is being manipulated.
    Personally, I think the government ought to stop doing these credits. The money the government gives for the credits doesn't come out of thin air; it comes from the tax payers, thus, you and I are giving Volt buyers the $7500. Far better, I think, to stop moving this money around; that's all these credits are, really: moving money from taxpayers to a particular individual who engages in a government-sanctioned behavior. Doesn't stimulate the economy; it merely changes the part of the economy to which the money goes.

  • Chris Posted: 6/1/2011 11:11am PDT

    Soapy, that was a joke site. There was no Volt Indy 400.

  • Chris Posted: 6/1/2011 11:09am PDT

    misinformation. More people who do not know what they are talking about. She blames Chevrolet for the scam, yet it is the independent dealership that is doing it. She has no idea what she is talking about. I am glad they set her straight. Not a word out of her after that.

  • Aardvark Posted: 6/1/2011 4:54am PDT

    Surprise, a dishonest car salesman. Add to that they are now "used" car salesmen which are even worse!

  • Tesla996 Posted: 5/31/2011 8:44pm PDT

    The volt is not a pure electric vehicle and should not be getting the credit in the first place. If you need to fill it up with gas, the. The rebate should not apply. Only for pure electric vehicles.

  • apeweek Posted: 5/31/2011 8:20pm PDT

    GM has responded to this story, explains that authorized dealerships are unable to take this tax credit and resell Volts, and explains how the NLPC (the anti-environment group who is the source for this story) got "confused:"
    http://wot.motortrend.com/dealers-stealing-7500-ev-tax-credit-gm-nissan-82499.html

  • Soapy Johnson Posted: 5/31/2011 7:58pm PDT

    NASCAR pulls the plug on inaugural Chevrolet Volt 400. The story can finally be told ... http://placeitonluckydan.com/2011/05/nascar-pulls-plug-on-chevrolet-volt-400/