This could only be of possible interest to someone who for any reason can't get the tax credits, and does not want to or can not lease. If you can get the tax credits, you should just buy a new one cheaper. If you are ok with leasing, then you should lease one that way. Again if you can get tax credit or can lease, just go to get a new one, keep the commons youself about how cheap new cars are.
Our family has 2 2013 volts base model for sale, they are the best cars we ever owned, we just bought a chevy van last weekend for work, so we are thinking to sell 1 of our volt. Both are mint like new condition. And both have about 10,000 miles. These cars have low-emission package which have longer warranty and both already got california green HOV stickers can go carpool solo and free fast track.
White with black --- SOLD to private party
Silver topaz with Black