2014 Chevrolet Volt Values
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2014 model year changes
After several notable mechanical upgrades in 2013, the Volt remains unchanged for 2014 save one very noticeable feature: a $5,000 price cut, making the Volt more affordable than it's ever been.
The latest in plug-in hybrid technology provides extreme fuel economy with few compromises in performance or features.
Special features for 2014
The Chevy Volt is the first mass-produced, purpose-built, "extended-range electric" vehicle 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. The Volt was intended to include all the modern safety and convenience features expected from a 4-seat hatchback, and as a result, the MSRP of the Volt seems steep at $34,995. However, some estimates have placed the cost-per-mile at only two cents. 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.