2011 Chevrolet VoltScott - Paddock Lake, WI09/09/2014
It's a smooth ride! I thought being electric there was be some drag, especially at high speeds but that's definitely not the case. Because we have free charging stations at work, as the owner of a Volt for a little over 3 full months I've only been to the gas station one time. I'd rather put my money into a car payment than a gas pump! Definitely an awesome car!
A Great car, not just a great economy car.
2011 Chevrolet VoltMarlow - Michigan01/06/2012
I have owned my Volt sense may of 2011 and have over 10,000 miles on it. My daily drives can be done with out using any gas, went one strech of over 1500 miles with out using any gas. We also took a long trip, over 1500 miles using gas with out charging, with four full size adults, lugage and even my wife who hates long car trips was comfortable.
Most people have major concers about the battery, while other EVs expect you to take care of the battery, the Volt dose this for you, with no real concerns about how much charge is left.
The Volt is not a cheep car, it is worth more than you will pay for it.
Get the benefit of electric at a great price
2011 Chevrolet VoltAnonymous - Wake Forest, NC10/24/2014
37-40 miles on battery at $0.02 (cost of electricity per mile) beats the cost of gas by a HUGE amount. Rare are the days we drive it more than 40 miles. Electric motor drive is smooth unlike any conventional gas+transmission drivetrain could ever be.
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