2016 Chevrolet Volt Electric Range

When Chevrolet first began planning the 2016 Chevy Volt, it turned its attention to Chevrolet customers and listened to what the customers had to say. The result? A new, extended electric range that is better than ever before. The 2016 Chevrolet Volt will now have a total pure electric range of 53 miles, showing off a nearly 40 percent improvement compared to the first-generation Volt. “We listened to our customers,” said Andrew Farah, vehicle chief engineer. “They were very clear when they told us that they wanted more range, and a fun driving experience behind the wheel. We are confident that the 2016 Volt delivers both.” To extend the 2016 Read More →

new Chevrolet Volt price

The new Chevrolet Volt probably doesn’t need to lower its price to entice tons of new customers to the next-generation of the EV model, but the Bowtie brand has slashed $1,175 off the sticker price of the new Volt anyhow, making it an even more affordable option for new EV customers. Those customers are turning up in droves, too; over 70% of new buyers trade in non-GM cars when getting their Volt. The new Chevrolet Volt price, after the slash, starts at just $33,995—and that includes the $825 delivery charge. Of course, you can also get a $7,500 tax credit applied to your purchase since it’s an electric vehicle, and Read More →

First Chevy Volt to Reach 200,000 Miles

The Chevy Volt has reached a new milestone. One Volt, owned by Erick Belmer, has gone the distance – topping 200,000 miles on its speedometer – logging more miles than any other Volt to date. Even more impressive? Belmer says his Volt is in great shape and hasn’t lost any battery capacity. Belmer has been in the news because of his Volt more than once. With a daily commute of 220 miles there and back, this Volt has been well ahead of its siblings in mileage since it was purchased in March of 2012. We first heard about Belmer’s Volt about a year ago when it had logged at least Read More →