5 Reasons You Should Not Buy a Certified Pre Owned Vehicle
5 Reasons You Should Not Buy a Certified Pre-Owned Vehicle
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IIHS Overall Safety
5 out of 5
Prices shown are the prices people paid including dealer discounts for a used 2018 Chevrolet Volt Sedan 4D LT Electric with standard options and in good condition with an average of 12,000 miles per year. Taxes and fees (title, registration, license, document and transportation fees) are not included.
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Used car prices paid include dealer discounts for the same typically equipped vehicle (year, make, model, trim) in good condition with an average of 12,000 miles per year. Taxes and fees (title, registration, license, document and transportation fees) are not included.
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MSRP: The Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price or MSRP is the price the manufacturer recommends the dealer charge for its new vehicles.
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Measured owner satisfaction with 2018 Chevrolet Volt performance, styling, comfort, features, and usability after 90 days of ownership.
Smoothness of vehicle's ride
The vehicle's voice recognition and bluetooth
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
Reviews from owners of the 2018 Chevrolet Volt.
The Chevy Volt is the best car for a person with a commute of less than 40 miles round trip. It's great because 90% of my daily driving is covered by the Volt's electric range. But it also has the flexibility of the gas engine to extend the total range to over 400 miles. All in all it's a great pack
This is the second Chevy Volt PHEV I've owned. I had the first one for 6 years, and was very happy with the car. I purchased the new Volt to upgrade features and to get the benefit of better EV range. The car is advertised as 53 miles on battery, but I typically get more that 60 miles. And that'
Being able to use the plug in charge to do almost 100% of my around town driving coupled with the option to change over to gas regen for freeway or long distance driving is a plus for me. The car handles well, rides comfortably and though it says 5 passenger with seat belts - it is more a 4 passeng