2014 Chevy Volt Test Drive & Plug-In Hybrid Car Video Review
http://www.autobytel.com/chevrolet/volt/2014/ For commuters that average
less than 40 miles, the Chevrolet Volt is the perfect car as you have just
enough juice to run on electricity alone. And for the 2014 model year,
Chevy has knocked $5k off the sticker price. The Volt now costs $34,185
before and Federal or State Tax Credits. The Volt was seen for the first
time back in 2007 at the Detroit Auto Show and today this plug-in hybrid is
the best-selling car in the segment. The 2014 Chevy Volt has slightly
better fuel economy and a slightly better range when compared to the
On the outside, the Volt's styling is very distinctive and unique. Out back
the taillights are stamped to look like a circuit board. The front fascia
is very contemporary but with a definite Chevrolet flair. The overall look
fits the Volt well and the shape is very aerodynamic with a drag
coefficient of 0.281.
Under the hood there is no Chevy 350, instead the Volt is powered by a
Voltec Electric Drive unit that produces 149 horsepower and 273 lb-ft. of
torque. After the 40 miles of electric range is used, the batteries are
then recharged via a 1.4 liter engine that acts a s range extender.
The car tested here has been optioned out to the max and includes cool
stuff like: a leather wrapped steering wheel, heated leather seats, and
MyLink Touch Screen infotainment system. That same system allows you to
monitor all of the car's efficiency dynamics. The 2014 Chevrolet Volt is a
4-passenger hatchback that is surprisingly comfortable.
With a full tank of gas you will be able to go 385 miles and on EV mode
alone the range is 38 miles. Even though the Volt is a Plug-In hybrid car,
it still drives just like a normal gasoline powered car. Overall the car is
comfortable, spacious, and drives very well. Most commuters should really
consider a plug-in hybrid like the Chevy Volt.
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Cars.com's Chevy Volt at 18,000 Miles
It's now been more than a year and 18,000 miles since we bought our 2011
Chevrolet Volt. After having the car for so long, we'd like to share some
of our lasting likes and dislikes about the car to give you an
all-encompassing view of our time with the plug-in hybrid. Overall, we're
pretty satisfied with the Volt, and despite its quirky cabin configuration
and powertrain, this is a real car that can accommodate everyday use,
according to Cars.com Executive Editor Joe Wiesenfelder.
En coche eléctrico a Santander. Chevrolet Volt 2012.
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recargar. El Chevrolet Volt 2012. Equipado con el copiloto electrónico
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Chevrolet Volt Concept
Cars.com talks with a GM representative about their all-electric concept
car, the Volt.
GM promises that the car, which is still years away from production, will
plug right into an outlet in your house.
Tour Of My Chevy Volt
Check out my long range review here:
A brief tour of my new Chevy Volt. Shot and edited on an iPhone 4.
2012 Chevy VOLT drivetrain motor guts HD
Video of the drivetrain of a Chevy VOLT featured at the Central Florida
Auto Show, November 2011. Recorded using a D7000.
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Chevy Volt Test Drive
Lyle Dennis of GM-Volt.com gets to test drive a near-production Chevy Volt
integration Vehicle on a test track in Los Angeles California. He is
accompanied by the car's cheif engineer and vehicle line director.
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Der Opel-Stromer . Ende November 2011 kommt mit dem Opel Ampera
Deutschlands erster Plug-in-Hybrid mit Range Extender-Technologie auf den
Markt. Auf den ersten 70 Kilometern fährt der Plug-in-Hybrid Ampera nur
mit Strom aus dem Akku. Mit der Idee des Reichweitenverlängerers ist Opel
endlich mal wieder ganz vorn. Doch auch hier hat das Sparen Grenzen.
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