2012 Chevrolet Volt Start Up, Engine, Test Drive, and In Depth Review
In this video I give a full in depth tour of Chevrolet's newest extended
range electric vehicle, the Chevrolet Volt. Introduced as a 2011 model in
the northern states, the 2012 has a few minor quality and feature
improvements. I take viewers on a close look through the interior and
exterior of this car while showing details, over viewing of features, and
noting unique styling cues to the vehicle itself. I also show the engine
and the details of it, start it up and see how it sounds under
acceleration. Take it on a thorough test drive through the city during the
day as well as night time. A thorough tour/review of this car designed to
give others a greater overall appreciation of the vehicle.
Thanks a lot to Hendrick Chevrolet Cadillac in Monroe, NC for allowing me
to make this video! For more information on this vehicle as well as
others, visit www.hendrickchevy.com
DRIVE- 2011 Chevrolet Volt
Unless you've been isolated in a yurt distilling organic fuel for your
bio-diesel hybrid, it's been tough to miss the hype of the Chevrolet Volt.
The extended range electric vehicle is now available in select markets. Tom
Voelk takes a look to see if it's worth getting amped up over.
Review: Chevy Volt -- electrifying
Susan Carpenter test-drives the Chevy Volt. She says GM has succeeded in
making an outside-the-box electric vehicle that's alluring almost any way
you look at it, including under the hood.
Read more at http://lat.ms/a5ImIm
Chevy Volt Reviews | Real Customer Review of the Chevy Volt
http://www.peltierchevrolettyler.com Recent 2011 Chevy Volt purchaser John
Cobb gives his Chevy Volt Review and comments about his new electric car.
Besides the fuel economy of the Chevy Volt John enjoys the quietness of the
vehicle and the room the Volt offers to carry things like bikes. John is an
avid cyclist and inventor so he appreciates the design and technology in
the Chevy Volt. His other car happens to be a Porsche 911 that is the
complete opposite of his new Chevy Volt.
Chevy Volt Review
Commuters may be able to drive using only battery power with General
Motor's Chevrolet Volt, due to reach showrooms by the end of 2010. For
longer trips, a small gasoline engine kicks in when the cars lithium-ion
pack is not enough. Paul Eisenstein reports on the importance of this new
vehicle and explains the cost issues that come with purchasing a hybrid.
Chevrolet Volt First Drive - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT:
For a car that's still not for available for sale, it feels like we've been
hearing about the Chevrolet Volt for forever. Years worth of rumors, spy
photos and technical details piqued our interest in Chevrolet's new
electric car. The 2011 Chevy Volt won't go on sale until late 2010 but
Kelley Blue Book's Jack Nerad and James Bell recently got a sneak peak of
the Volt driving experience. In this video James and Jack drive the
Chevrolet Volt, learn more about what to expect from the production model
and share their initial impressions.
Chevy Volt vs. Nissan LEAF
There's a lot of controversy comparing the Nissan LEAF to the Chevy Volt,
but it all has to do with whether or not the Volt is truly an electric car,
or whether it's a hybrid. But let's set their powertrains aside for the
moment. John McElroy just got a chance to test drive both cars, back to
back, and here's his impression of what the they're like.
2011 Chevrolet Volt Video Review
http://drivencarreviews.com/ Unless you've been isolated in a yurt
distilling organic fuel for your bio-diesel hybrid, it's been tough to miss
the hype of the Chevrolet Volt. The extended range electric vehicle is now
available in select markets. Tom Voelk takes a look to see if it's worth
getting amped up over.
Vauxhall Ampera (Chevrolet Volt) hatchback review - CarBuyer
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Competition in the eco car segment is hotting up, and the Vauxhall Ampera
is a real contender. Its CO2 emissions are lower than any efficient diesel
or hybrid currently on the market. That means there's no road tax to pay,
and it's exempt from the London Congestion Charge, too. The Ampera can be
plugged into the mains to charge up the batteries (a process which takes
around four hours) and can run on electricity alone for around 50 miles, so
you shouldn't need a drop of petrol for most journeys. And even when you do
need to travel a bit further, economy is so good that you will rarely have
to visit a petrol station. But for all of its green credentials, the Ampera
offers strong performance. It's fast, features sporty looks and an
attractive high-spec interior. All this comes at a price though, as the
Ampera is more expensive than its hybrid and all-electric competitors. And
if you think it looks familiar, that's because it's the same car underneath
as the Chevrolet Volt.
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