An interesting cost-analysis overview of Chevy Volt ownership was recently posted by "edaniel" on the GM-Volt.com forum that seems worth quoting from here Interesting Cost Analysis Of Chevy Volt Ownership (Gen 1 Volt) was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
Before I committed to the Nissan Leaf, I test drove many EVs with Zach, whose boundless energy for fitting as much as humanly possible into one day pushed me to my limit of test driving. Here is my refreshed comparison of a Volt versus...Show More Summary
See the Unplugged Performance fascia for the Tesla Model S. Panasonic invests in Tesla PV plant. Chevy Volt driver has fun with a drone. Continue reading Recharge Wrap-up: Unplugged Performance fascia for Tesla Model S, Panasonic invests...Show More Summary
Ever wanted to watch someone drive a 2015 Chevy Volt plug-in hybrid (PHEV) around 3,700 miles in under 5 days? No? Neither have I, but it's a bit entrancing once you start... give it a watch Watch Someone Drive A Chevy Volt 3,700 Miles...Show More Summary
Reader Review Of The Chevy Volt A Reader Review Of The Chevy Volt Is Highly Positive was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
Chevy Volt, Ford Focus Hybrid, Nissan Leaf all had strong sales in November. Continue reading November: The happy-days-are-here-again, maybe, Edition November: The happy-days-are-here-again, maybe, Edition originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 05 Dec 2016 09:15:00 EST. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
For Morrissey, veganism isn’t a basic principle of justice - it’s pleather seats on a new Chevy.
With the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid pretty much now here (in the US market), it looks as though the 2017 Chevy Volt plug-in hybrid has some serious competition. Arguably, for the first time 2017 Toyota Prius Prime vs 2017...Show More Summary
On being transported back to last century and (crappy) ICE car tech.
Something that seems to often be a bit of a surprise to some of those in the US is that the Buick brand is quite well regarded in China. As a result, GM often sells its vehicles under that brand in the Chinese market even if the model...Show More Summary
General Motors announced the new version of Chevrolet Volt, its electric car. The vehicle is expected to sell for a price of around $37,000 and boasts a range of around 238 miles on a single charge. This is a significant piece of news for GM investors as it signals that the company is making rapid […]
The estimate is double the Volt's 2015 sales, but far below pre-orders for Tesla's Model 3.
GM has now launched its carsharing platform, known as “Maven,” in San Francisco, California. As a result, those interested in renting GM vehicles (including the Chevy Volt plug-in hybrid/PHEV) in San Francisco can now do so for $8 an hour (or $14 for SUVs). Show More Summary
Credit: Toyota Motor USA Toyota’s next-generation plug-in hybrid, the Prius Prime, will be a significant improvement in cost, range, and fuel efficiency over the outgoing model, providing a credible alternative forwould-be buyers of the Chevrolet Volt plug-in and all-electric Tesla Model 3. At $27,100 (plus about $4,500 in federal tax credits), the [...]
CHANGED: Nissan Leaf finally sees sales increase, but Chevy Volt still crushing it: For September, the Leaf is up 5.5 percent, while the Volt was up 76 percent. I haven’t seen the inside of a Volt, but the somewhat cheap-looking interior of the Leaf I reviewed was a real turnoff to the Insta-Wife and -Daughter, […]
No, really, when's that second-gen Leaf coming? Continue reading Nissan Leaf finally sees sales increase, but Chevy Volt still crushing it Nissan Leaf finally sees sales increase, but Chevy Volt still crushing it originally appeared on Autoblog on Mon, 03 Oct 2016 10:42:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds. Permalink | Email this | Comments
Will the second-generation Chevy Volt be rebranded as the Buick Velite when it goes on sale in the Chinese market? Rumors are going around that that’s exactly what’s going to happen, but nothing solid has emerged yet. For those scratching their heads right now, Buick is actually a very popular brand in China. Show More Summary
You don't have to spend a fortune to get a teched-out car these days. Recently, I had the chance to try out the 2017 Chevrolet Volt. Pricing for the Volt begins at about $33,000 and I was blown away with the number of innovative features inside the car at that price. Here's a look at some of technology in the car that makes it such a great deal. Show More Summary
Performance in the small-overlap test has improved to a 'good' rating.
We’ve occasionally gotten a bit of pushback here at CleanTechnica from some readers when we point out the fact that GM has not seemed all that keen to market or sell the Chevy Volt. The plug-in hybrid model has still managed to sell pretty well, though, owing to the fact that it’s a great car. Show More Summary