Chevrolet Volt Hybrid | EV

Chevrolet Volt Hybrid | EV 

DESCRIPTION

The first of a new generation of cars, the Chevy Volt will be an electric car with a gasoline engine onboard to help recharge its batteries. GM claims it offers the environmental benefits of an electric car without the limited range. Chevrolet calls the Volt an Extended-Range Electric Vehicle, or “an electric car that can create its own electricity.” It isn’t a hybrid, nor is it a purely electric car. Instead, the Chevy Volt is an electric car with a gasoline-powered generator that can kick in to recharge its batteries when they are low. Owners will be able to charge their Volt from a wall outlet at home, and Chevy claims that the Volt should be able to travel up to 40 miles on electric power alone.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jul 12, 2022]
ampva302


Strength:

Best car I ever owned. Went 3000 miles before refueling with gas. Unlike the 2013 Prius of my co-worker from the best drywall company in Abilene , 0-60kph in 7 seconds beats 0-60kph in 12 seconds.

Weakness:

Nothing at all

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5
[Jun 15, 2022]
quarleswebbkg


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Maybe Charging stations I guess, but you can actually just use gasoline if you want. our site

Weakness:

None so far.

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5
[Jun 01, 2022]
JellyMin


Strength:

** No range anxiety normally associated with EV cars ** Feels and drives like a real car with respectable performance ** Over-engineered, but everything is designed well and it works ** Slick exterior styling Comfortable interior and well laid out about us basement repairs cherry hill, nj

Weakness:

None so far.

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5
[Mar 23, 2022]
ernserhjhte21


Strength:

Excellent quality and the color is awesome. www.flashpartyphotobooth.com

Weakness:

None so far

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5
[Feb 08, 2022]
disposableserva


Strength:

Unlike many plug-in hybrids that have about 20 miles or less of electric-only range, the Volt can travel up to 53 miles before its gasoline engine fires up. Los Angeles Drywall & Sheetrock Installation

Weakness:

None so far.

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5
[Dec 06, 2021]
rosendamanns2808


Strength:

Reliability; comfort; large trunk; simple "live axle" rear drive design; decent gas mileage for the size of the car; decent handling for a big, low tech car; good crashworthiness according to government and insurance institute ratings; good value. - hudsonvalleyroofingpros.com/

Weakness:

Dated, old-fashioned interior appearance; back seat not as roomy as it should be in such a large car; digital instruments occasionally hard to read when sun is shining on them; car looks too much like a police cruiser or taxi.

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5
[Nov 30, 2021]
JackieH


Strength:

I like this new generation. waterproofing company

Weakness:

None so far.

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5
[Nov 30, 2021]
richie


Strength:

environmental benefits of an electric car without the limited range. hybrid, nor is it a purely electric car. Instead, the Chevy Volt is an electric car with a gasoline-powered generator that can kick in to recharge its batteries when they are low. Building Decks

Weakness:

None so far

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5
[Oct 01, 2021]
ColeShrug


Strength:

Yes, the 2019 Volt is a good choice in the used hybrid and electric car class. It has a better all-electric range than many other plug-in hybrids, and its engine has enough power for most driving situations. Additionally, the Volt has a user-friendly infotainment system and comfortable front seats www.concretecontractorscharleston.com

Weakness:

The best one. high calcium lime for lawns

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New  
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5
[Jul 14, 2021]
joeanderson


Strength:

It's eco-friendly since it's an electric car. It's very smooth to drive and you don't have to worry about the batteries getting drained because you can still drive using gasoline while the batteries are charging. Highly recommended by a drywall professional like me!

Weakness:

So far, so good. i don't have any complaints.

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Used  
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RATING
5
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