2012 Chevrolet VoltCliff V - San Antonio, TX07/20/2015
It's cheaper to use electricity rather than gasoline. The change in the electric bill has been minimal compared to the amount I was spending on gas. If you're worried about the environmental impact, I can say that most electric companies are shifting to renewables, anyway, so as time goes by it will be better for the environment...better yet, you could build a residential solar/wind system while there are still federal incentives for it.
Best car I've ever owned
2012 Chevrolet VoltJohn D - Missouri City, TX01/10/2017
The Volt is a comfortable, efficient car that lets you save money on your commute by running on battery yet with its gas engine gives you the range to take road trips or run extra errands on top of the daily drive. The hatchback makes it flexible - you can carry a lot of stuff in this car if you need to. Best of all I only need to fill the tank every couple of weeks.
2012 Chevrolet VoltLou Spinelli - Newark, DE08/18/2016
This extremely economical Volt is also fun to drive. I have competed and even won in auto-cross and road-rally events. It's so versatile and has averaged over 165 mpg during my ownership over the last year and 15,000 miles. I find myself always answering questions about the car to the amazement of others that had no idea of this cars capabilities. I regularly exceed 1,000 miles between fill ups and usually go for months between gas stops. There are many free charging stations all around making it even more appealing!
Do frigid temperatures and harsh weather leave you cold on the idea of braving the elements in your car? When you’re piloting a vehicle that’s up to the task, wintertime driving isn’t so much of a challenge. Instead, it can be fun!
Lots of eager shoppers may be surprised to know that many of the features found on some of the latest 2018 vehicles are already available on newer used cars. Here’s a breakdown of some of these cool features.