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About the 2017 Chevrolet Volt

Vehicle Summary

If you are in the market for a sleek and feature-rich plug-in hybrid compact car, the 2017 Chevrolet Volt is a fine choice to consider. Well-equipped even at its base trim configuration, the 2017 Volt comes with exciting standard features such as a rearview camera, an eight-inch color touchscreen display, automatic climate control, push-button start, and much more. The 2017 Chevrolet Volt also offers brisk acceleration and satisfying performance out of its plug-in hybrid engine as well as a sleek, eye-catching design. The result is a plug-in hybrid compact car that checks all of the right boxes and stands out as a great option for anyone looking to purchase a hybrid car. 

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FAQ

Q: Is the 2017 Chevrolet Volt a hybrid or an all-electric model?

A: The 2017 Chevrolet Volt is a plug-in hybrid compact car. This means that the vehicle runs on electric power until its battery is depleted, at which point the vehicle is powered by its combustion engine. 

Q: Is the 2017 Chevrolet Volt FWD?

A: Yes, all trims of the 2017 Chevrolet Volt come equipped with a FWD drivetrain. 

Q: How much hp does the 2017 Chevrolet Volt have?

A: The 2017 Chevrolet Volt comes equipped with a 149 hp 1.5L four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine. 

Q: Does the 2017 Chevrolet Volt have a rearview camera?

A: Yes, the 2017 Chevrolet Volt comes standard with a rearview camera. 

Generation Overview

The third model released in the Volt's second generation (2016-2019), the 2017 Chevrolet Volt is a plug-in hybrid compact car that offers plenty for drivers to be excited about. Starting with the 2016 model, the Chevrolet Volt was full-redesigned as it entered into its second generation to include an upgraded hybrid engine, interior and exterior styling updates, new standard and available features, and more. One year later, the 2017 Chevrolet Volt was further updated to include available adaptive cruise control, available full-speed automatic braking, and standard teen driver technology. 

The 2017 Chevrolet Volt comes available in two different trim configurations - LT and Premier. The LT trim of the 2017 Chevrolet Volt is certainly well-equipped for a base trim and comes with standard features such as an eight-inch color touchscreen display, automatic climate control, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, a six-speaker audio system, push-button start, and more. The Premier trim of the 2017 Chevrolet Volt, meanwhile, includes everything found on the LT trim as well as a Bose® eight-speaker premium audio system with a subwoofer, a heated steering wheel, a wireless charging pad, leather seats, heated front seats, and more. Both trims of the 2017 Chevrolet Volt are powered by a 149 hp 1.5L four-cylinder plug-in hybrid engine. 

Thanks to the generous list of features found across the 2017 Chevrolet Volt's two available trims as well as the 2017 Volt's sleek styling and agile handling, buying a used 2017 Chevrolet Volt is an excellent option to consider for anyone looking to purchase a well-equipped and stylish plug-in hybrid compact car. 

Safety Rating

The National Highway Transportation Safety Administration's independent crash tests help you make informed decisions about vehicle safety. NHTSA's 5-Star Safety Ratings give consumers insights into how vehicles perform in crash tests, with more stars equaling higher safety ratings. Here are the ratings for the 2017 Chevrolet Volt. Certain vehicles may have unrepaired safety recalls. Visit nhtsa.gov/recalls to look up a specific vehicle.

NHTSA Overall Rating
5/5
Frontal Barrier Crash Rating Test: A head-on collision between two similar vehicles traveling at 35 mph.
Overall
5/5
Front Driver Side
5/5
Front Passenger Side
4/5
Side Barrier Crash Rating Test: A vehicle standing in an intersection sustains driver side impact from a vehicle moving at 38.5 mph.
Overall
5/5
Driver
5/5
Rear Passenger
5/5
Side Pole Crash Rating Test: A vehicle slides sideways at 20 mph and impacts a tree or telephone pole.
Overall
5/5
Combined Side Barrier and Pole Crash Ratings: Test data is combined to indicate overall safety by passenger location.
Front Seat
5/5
Back Seat
5/5
Rollover Resistance Test: A single vehicle moving at 55 mph loses control on a curve, leaves the road, and rolls over.
Rollover Rating
5/5
Dynamic Test Result
No Tip
Risk of Rollover
9.3%

Reviews for 2017 Chevrolet Volt

Overall Rating

4.5 out of 5 (23 reviews)

Needed new brakes

I really loved this car when I got first got it. After I had put on about 1500 miles (which took over 90 days) the brakes started squeaking very loudly, even when I was moving and not using them. I took it in to my local Chevrolet dealership to see what the problem was. It turns out that the calipers, pads, and rotors had so much rust damage that they needed to e completely replaced. One would think that something like this would have been caught during the inspection process that Carmax likes to advertise so much.

Pros

  • Fuel Economy:

Cons

  • Braking: I had to spend over a thousand dollars to completely replace the brakes on this car after driving it less than 1500 miles.

- Evan Hammond, 2017 Chevrolet Volt

Affordable electric. Zero range anxiety.

Pros: I couldn't afford a new fully electric vehicle, but I was able to afford a used Volt. As long as I plug it in every night on a standard 120v, and drive less than 50 miles per day, I rarely use gasoline. I only use gasoline when I go out of town. And I never have to worry about finding a charge station when out of town. Because I'm mostly driving in electric mode, my mpg is around 70 mpg. It's not gonna thrust you back in your seat like a Tesla, but it's gets off the line with plenty of zip. Cons: It's a mid-size on the outside, compact on the inside. The back left and right seats are fine, but tight fitting for adults. The middle back seat should only be for luggage, not comfortable. Very low to the ground, some speed bumps will hit the bottom if going too fast. Too fast being 5 mph.

Pros

  • Fuel Economy:
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  • Styling:

Cons

  • Interior Space:

- Colton Dean, 2017 Chevrolet Volt

EV for everyday or gas for longer trips!

A plug in EV with an engine/generator on board makes the most sense for remote Colorado! There simply are not the charging stations out there to be used on any longer trip. Having a 4 cyl. generator that can charge and run the car for 350 more miles is excellent engineering on Chevy's behalf. Maybe someday remote areas like Delta CO will have charging everywhere and it will be less than 30 min. but until then this car is the only sane answer! Love it!

Pros

  • Dashboard: Love the high integration of screen with everything you would ever want to see as well as phone and navigation screens.
  • Fuel Economy: On daily trips around town, the car is totally an EV. Longer than 50 miles the engine starts and keeps me moving. Overall this car can get 65miles/gal. in combined gas/EV mode.
  • Ride and Handling: Has a tight suspension, almost like a German BMW, firm around corners. That go cart feel yet irons out the bumps.

Cons

  • Cabin Noise: A bit more noisy that I'd like. But then it's a much newer car than I've ever had. I think they all are build 'cheaper' now days unless you spend 50K or more.
  • Seat Comfort: I have the "premier" version, yet it has fairly basic driver seats. No power anything there. Would have liked power tilt and height. But then I understand this car was already to high in cost when it was new due to all the advances in R&D that Chevy incurred designing it. Had to skimp somewhere.

- Marc Yaxley, 2017 Chevrolet Volt

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