2011 Chevrolet VoltAnonymous - Northeastern CT, CT04/21/2015
We bought the car a week ago, and immediately went on a 2800 mile road trip to see if it could handle it. Passed with flying colors. The small tank made for more frequent stops than we would have liked, but the mileage made up for it. Unlike other all electric cars, we didn't have to rely on the battery solely. We were able to gas up and keep rolling. I'm an audio geek, and I wasn't offended by the sound system.After setting the EQ, it sounds pretty good! I rode in the back seat for a portion of the trip, and was PLEASANTLY surprised by the space I had to stretch out. I'm 5'8 195lbs and built, and didn't feel cramped. Now back home, haven't gassed up. Running on charges. Don't listen to the nay sayers. Get One!
2011 Chevrolet Volt - , 04/16/2013
Electric car requires a little different care and feeding that traditional combustion or hybrid. Given my driving patterns, haven't been to the gas station in months.
Sporty car and fun to drive in electric mode. 30 miles pure electric is really nice.
2011 Chevrolet VoltBen - Naperville, IL03/16/2015
30 miles pure electric is really nice, but when you add up the premium gas and the cost to charge it every night, one can easily loose the cool factor and realize you are not saving any money if you drive 140+ miles a day like I do. The one good thing is the mileage that's on electric is less pollution.
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