2012 Chevrolet VoltPrivate Private - Saint Louis, MO10/26/2015
In the nearly six months I've owned this car, I have only purchased about 3-4 gallons of gas. For someone like me, who commutes less than 20 miles per day, the electric charge is more than enough for my commute, plus any errands in the area. Even if the battery is depleted, I know the gas engine will kick in and get me the rest of the way. The car itself is solid and any cons come down to nitpicking to find something wrong.
The volt lives up to its promise.
2013 Chevrolet VoltJustin Black - Phoenix, AZ05/26/2015
The volt is a great implementation of technology. Once they get EV charging back up and running at my work, I will rarely buy gas. Plus charging it at home is so cheap. If you're trying to decide between this and a leaf, it's not even a contest. The engineering, materials, and flexibility of the volt made it an easy decision for me.
Love this car
2014 Chevrolet VoltJon Yonkers - Merced, CA05/11/2017
88 mpg is a good start. The ease of operation is mind blowing, fill up for $20.00 and drive with the electric motor moving you down the road. The transition from all electric to hybrid drive is seamless.the infotainment system is a blast seats are firm and comfortable, I love this car. Silent cabin is a plus.
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.