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2011 Chevrolet Volt First Drive - Kelley Blue Book

FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/chevrolet/volt/2011-chevrolet-volt/ 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.


 


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2010 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT500 Driving in HD - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/ford/Mustang/2010-ford-Mustang/ Our review of the 2010 Ford Mustang SHELBY GT500, now in super awesome HD. Smokey burnouts and ultra-fast acceleration are expected in a car with as much power as the Ford Mustang SHELBY GT500. But despite its focus on straight-line hi-jinks, the Mustang GT500 is more than a one-trick pony. Join KBBs Micah Muzio as he learns what its actually like to drive a SHELBY GT500. Kelley Blue Book is your source for car reviews, road tests, new car launches, auto show videos and infotainment reviews. Subscribe to catch all the latest Kelley Blue Book video reviews. http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=kbb To follow Micah on Twitter, please visit: http://www.twitter.com/micahmuzio





KBB.com Video Contest Grand Prize Winner
Why it Won: "Coroollaaaa." It's a popular refrain in the halls of Kelley Blue Book. And you know what goes great with comedic catchphrases? Pratfalls. Powered by the spirit of old, dead comedy pioneers, what could lose? Find out what he's doing with his loot: http://kbb.us/kbbwinner To view the other winners check out the contest playlist http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=721DC2B82498E18C





2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THIS CAR VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/porsche/boxster/2011-porsche-boxster/ The key differentiators between the standard Porsche Boxster and the new 2011 Boxster Spyder include a simplified soft-top, moderately tweaked styling, reduced weight and a slight bump in horsepower. The changes may seem minor but their cumulative effect has helped turn the already stellar Boxster into an even more engaging driver's car. Kelley Blue Book's Jack Nerad recently drove the 2011 Porsche Boxster Spyder and offers his assessment in this video.





2011 Nissan Leaf vs. 2011 Chevy Volt - Kelley Blue Book
FOR PRICING & SPECS ON THESE CARS VISIT: http://www.kbb.com/chevrolet/volt/2011-chevrolet-volt/ http://www.kbb.com/nissan/leaf/2011-nissan-leaf/ The Nissan Leaf and the Chevrolet Volt are each electrically driven cars that hint at the green future of automobiles, but each takes a different approach to solving the issue of fossil fuel consumption. With that premise in mind, we present this musically driven side-by-side comparison video to help illustrate a few of the vehicles' similarities and differences.





First Drive: 2011 Chevy Volt
We finally get our hands on Chevy's much-anticipated extended range hybrid, the Volt, and take it for a spin. Is this the car that will bring GM back to life?





Game Changer! - 2011 Chevrolet Volt Review
This is a review of the 2011 Chevrolet Volt by Ron Doron of Autotoob.com. This revolutionary car will surely set the pace for electric vehicles moving forward.





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.





Overview: 2011 Chevrolet Volt
More on the Volt:http://www.autobytel.com/new-cars/chevrolet/volt/?id=32973 The 2011 Chevrolet Volt represents a direction for GM, and maybe you guessed by the name, one that is focused on electricity. In fact, although technically a hybrid, the Chevy Volt uses only electric power to move the wheels. For trips up to 40 miles, the Volt is powered by electricity stored in its lithium-ion battery. When the battery's energy is depleted, a gasoline/E85-powered engine works as a electrical generator to provide power the Volt's electric drive unit. Check out more on http://www.autobytel.com/car-videos/?id=32973





Chevrolet Volt Highway Test Drive
Driving an early model Chevrolet Volt on the highways outside of New York City.





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 - How It Works
Watch a day-in-the-life of how a Chevy Volt all electric car would work.





Nissan Leaf Exclusive Test Drive and Review
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Nissan LEAF Test Drive and Review
Nissan LEAF Test Drive & Review- Green Energy News had the recent pleasure of test driving the brand spankin' new, highly-anticipated zero emission vehicle (ZEV) developed by Nissan, dubbed LEAF - or Leading, Environmentally Friendly, Affordable, Family Car. Mark Perry, Director of Product Planning for Nissan North America, talks about the vision behind the Nissan LEAF and touches on it's eco-friendly features, cost/price, battery/charging information, and availability. The LEAF we drove is a pre-production prototype... basically the production model. This is NOT a "mule" or the VERSA "shell" which was making a tour across the US earlier this year. Design: Smooth lines, aerodynamic, and pleasing to look at. The LEAF might not be the most eye-catching car on the road, but we feel like it will appeal to most consumers in the compact car market. We saw it as a cross between a luxury crossover SUV (think Lexus RX 350), a Toyota Matrix, and the Nissan Versa. Performance- The 107 HP (80kw) motor puts out 206 lb-ft of torque which is readily available at 0 MPH! We were more than surprised with the amount of pep the LEAF showed off the line. At moderate speeds (approx 45 MPH) the LEAF had NO problems passing other vehicles with minimal efforts. Towards the end of the video, you can see the LEAF accelerating into a right turn, reaching speeds of almost 50 MPH from a creeping start with ease. The LEAF is responsive and fun to drive. Is it a sportscar... NO! Is it more fun to drive than a traditional compact... BY FAR! Handling is wonderful- the lithium ion battery pack is center mounted under the vehicle creating even balance and sturdy handling. Try it for yourself... this thing is FUN to drive! Price- $32,000 might be a little steep for us, but after $7,500 in federal rebates/incentives... the LEAF is right up our alley. With California giving us an additional $5,000 in rebates, the LEAF would be a steal at just under $20k! Considering the Chevy Volt is priced around $40k before rebates/incentives, and DOESN'T qualify for the additional $5k rebate in CA due to it's gasoline engine/generator, the LEAF looks like a solid deal. FULL review available at Green Energy News (http://www.renewable-energy-news.info/ )





2011 Chevrolet Volt Performance Test
The Chevrolet Volt is a nicely normal, reasonably agile small sedan, but is it The Great Automotive Savior? Watch our video to find out.





2011 Chevrolet Volt - Drive Time Review
Drive Time review of the all-new 2011 Chevrolet Volt by auto critic Steve Hammes





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