2013 Chevrolet EquinoxWilliam McDavid - Kingsport, TN01/23/2017
I've only had it for a day. So I'll come back an update my review if need be. So far this is my favorite car that I've owned in my 41 years of life. It rides very smoothly and handles very nice. It has all the bells and whistles also. Remote start, heated seats, memory seat, rear view camera, and lane departure/collision warning. The seats are very comfortable. It has plenty of leg room wherever you sit.
2012 45th camaro convertible
2012 Chevrolet CamaroDarin kienast - Omaha, NE04/26/2016
I love it! The black carbon flash metallic paint is cool! All the badging lets people know you have something special. The ride is very good, It is much smoother than my 92 Camaro RS 25th convertible!
The leather seats are very comfortable and I love the heads up display and the Halo led lights!
Chevy Volt is the best kept secret!
2013 Chevrolet VoltDavid Murray - Kennedale, TX08/26/2015
The Volt is a really nice car almost worthy of a different badge (In other words, not Chevrolet) because nothing about it feels cheap. Yet at the same time, the price on the used market is very reasonable. And the best part about it is not going to the gas station. I've had this car for 6 months and I've only filled it up 1 time. Going to the gas station is simply no longer part of my weekly routine. I leave the house each morning with a full charge. Since it has a gasoline range extender, there is a no compromise with this car. I can drive it across country just like any other car as long as I don't mind putting gasoline in it like every one else.
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