yea starts at $31k but its got a bunch of other options, rear view camera + park assit package + premium trim package, with all sorts of goodies puts it up into $45k range
It starts at 31K because of an $8,000 tax credit. Actual upfront MSRP is $39,000 and can go up to $45K. Obviously simple math shows that if you qualify for the full $8,000 tax credit then the most expensive one would be $37,000.
I think its actually pretty crooked that Chevrolet can show the price after tax credit. I haven't seen any other manufacturer do that. I know Nissan did with the Leaf solely to show it was still a better deal than the Volt.