Measured owner satisfaction with 2018 Chevrolet Volt after 90-days of ownership.
Smoothness of vehicle's ride
The vehicle's voice recognition and bluetooth
Owners Don't Like
The problems experienced by owners of the 2018 Chevrolet Volt during the first 90-days of ownership.
Ease of getting in and out of the vehicle
Comfort of the 2nd row seats
1 speed, Automatic
Front wheel drive
2018 Chevrolet Volt Review
Imagine life with a Chevrolet Volt. It’s a regular car in every way—except one: you won’t spend all your money on gasoline. Choose from two trims the LT and the Premier. They both offer cutting-edge technology. The first question everyone has about electric cars is How far can I go? The second is What happens if the battery runs out of juice? First your Volt can go over fifty miles in pure electric mode. Second the gas-powered generator kicks in to keep you going when the battery gets low and you can plug it into an electrical outlet for recharging when you’re not driving your Volt. Except for its plug-in powertrain the Volt is just like every other car. Chevrolet’s MyLink infotainment system brings satellite radio Bluetooth Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard equipment and heated leather seats navigation and a Bose sound system are available. Choose from a variety of colors and accessories and build a Volt that’s all yours. The Chevrolet Volt. It’s a regular car in every way but one: your friends at the gas station won’t see you very much anymore.
The Chevrolet Volt is loaded with technology. Chevrolet’s MyLink infotainment system brings satellite radio Bluetooth Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard equipment and navigation and a Bose sound system are available. Can’t remember if you locked the doors of your Volt? No problem. Download the myChevrolet Mobile App and you can lock your doors from your kitchen or remote-start the engine and more. The Chevrolet Volt. It’s the smarter choice.
With a host of available safety features your Chevrolet Volt helps keep you out of trouble. Something catches your attention and you don’t see the car stopping in front of you. But the available Low Speed Forward Automatic Braking system does and applies the brakes to potentially help reduce the severity of impact. It may even help avoid a collision altogether at very low speeds. We’ve all missed cars in our blind spot when we’re changing lanes. Available Side Blind Zone Alert provides side mirror alerts to warn you when other vehicles are in your blind zones. Teen Driver technology helps parents foster good driving habits in their kids. The Chevy Volt. It’s the smarter choice.
The Chevrolet Volt is just like a regular car—except when it comes to spending money at the gas station. Leave home with a fully charged battery and a full tank of gas and you can drive up to 420 miles. Drive less than fifty miles and recharge the battery before each trip and you’ll rarely have to refill the gas tank. Pretty amazing right? And with 294 pound-feet of torque on tap the Volt doesn’t sacrifice performance for efficiency. The Chevrolet Volt. Not ordinary. Extraordinary.