2011 Chevrolet Volt Values
The 2011 Chevrolet Volt is poised to change the automotive landscape forever. A first for any mass-produced automobile, the Volt can travel up to 40 miles completely gas and emissions free using its rechargeable lithium ion battery. For longer trips, a small gas engine kicks in silently and completely seamless to recharge the battery while driving, increasing the Volt's range another 300 miles. For 80% of Americans whose daily commute is less than 40 miles round trip, this means the Chevrolet Volt will use no gas at all. An included 110-Volt charger allows the Volt to recharge completely within 10 hours using a household plug. The 4 passenger, 5-door sedan offers an innovative dual LCD instrument panel, energy efficient climate and audio, Bluetooth, touch sensitive controls and management of the state-of-charge and other information with a Smartphone application. With all of the torque from its 111kW electric motor available at zero RPM, the Chevrolet Volt promises lively acceleration and a top speed of 100 MPH. With its incredible efficiency, advanced technology and combined electric or gas operation, the 2011 Chevrolet Volt is a pioneer in the automotive landscape.Read more Read less
The Chevy Volt is the first mass-produced, purpose-built, plug-in hybrid from a major manufacturer. The Volt is an electric car, so its batteries can be charged when it is plugged into an outlet, but The Volt also carries a small gasoline-powered engine on board to charge the batteries, should a longer range be required. A Volt driver need not compromise on comfort features--the Volt is equipped similarly to other mid-size sedans.
The latest in plug-in hybrid technology provides extreme fuel economy; tax breaks for early adopters; no compromise in features
The Chevy Volt is unique in that is the first electric vehicle that successfully marries an electric motor and battery with a conventional engine that keep the vehicle powered up over longer trips. In doing so, GM has created an ultra-efficient vehicle that for many commuters, may require no gasoline at all. The Volt was intended to be a super-efficient car that also includes all the modern safety and convenience features expected from a modern 4-seater. The MSRP for the Volt starts around $40,000, but this price buys impr essive technology that is the first of its kind in the US, and running costs that some have estimated as low as 5.7-cents/mile. Volt buyers may be able to take advantage of federal and state tax credits as well, making this revolutionary car more affordable than its base price suggests.
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