"Car Scalping": Selling Chevy Volts Above List Price
AutoBlog -- "Even though some Chevrolet dealers were warned not to sell the Volt above the MSRP, there is a distinct trend around the country where some dealers are trying to make a few extra (thousand) bucks off the popular plug-in vehicle. In fact, Ward's Auto found a dealer in Florida that is listing a Volt at $65,590. That's a wee bit more than the car's $41,000 suggested retail price."
Here's an example of the "car scalping" taking place now on Ebay (selling a car above its "face value" or "list price") - a "Buy It Now" listing for a Chevy Volt, offered at $47,700.
Note: The same kind of "car scalping" happened a few years ago for the 2010 Chevy Camaro; and "coin scalping" happens every day throughout the country when coin dealers sell rare coins above "face value."