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Chevrolet Volt Guide

Get the best online car shopping experience with expert reviews of the Chevrolet Volt. Read more to learn about the most important features and important factors to consider when researching the Chevrolet Volt.

OverviewChevrolet Volt

It's fair to say that no vehicle bridges the gap between hybrids and pure electric vehicles better than the 2019 Chevrolet Volt. When it comes to all-electric range, no other plug-in hybrid can match the EPA-rated 53 miles. The Volt is also surprisingly good to drive. It accelerates quickly, brakes well and even handles well on curvy back roads.Discover the ins and outs on used Chevrolet Volts, available now in Carvana's inventory.

NOTEWORTHY FEATURES

Impressive List Of Standard Features

For its affordable price tag, there's plenty of value packed inside the Volt that comes standard. Between the heated mirrors, keyless ignition and entry, Bluetooth, OnStar emergency communications, a 7-inch touchscreen display, satellite radio, and other accommodations, the Volt is a terrific choice for the hybrid segment.

Excellent Safety Scores

In terms of safety, you'll be hard pressed to find a vehicle in the hybrid segment that outperforms the Volt. In government crash tests, the Volt earned an overall safety rating of five stars, while in testing conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), the Volt earned the highest rating of Good across the board.

Savings At The Pump

Naturally, with the Volt being a hybrid, it means you can expect tremendous fuel economy from this vehicle. In testing, the Volt achieved an average all-electric range of 37 miles (against an EPA estimate of 38 miles), with certain charges ranging between 25-50 miles.

ADDITIONAL CONSIDERATIONS

No Power Front Seats

Though comfortable, the front seats in the Volt will have you harkening back to the days of yore when power seating was but a dream. That's because the Volt doesn't come with power-adjustable seating.

Second Row

If you're looking to avoid tight quarters compared to other vehicles in the Volt's segment, you may want to avoid the Volt altogether. The second row lacks both head and legroom, making extended trips for taller passengers a bit of a pain.

Touchy Brakes

Despite being a relatively rewarding vehicle to drive, the braking system on the Volt isn't without its quirks. The brake pedal itself is touchy and can require a bit of a learning curve until one acclimates to its sensitivity.

Chevrolet Volt Reviews

OVERALL RATING
4.6 OUT OF 5 (161 Reviews)