Browsing the "Chevy Volt review" Tag

Chevy Volt Incentives Offer Up To $5,000 Off Older Models

June 17th, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

While Chevy Volt sales were once watched closer than Kim Kardashians tweets, these days sales have essentially plateaued while production has ramped up. That has left GM with more than a 140 day supply of the plug-in hybrid, so the General is offering up to $5,000 off 2012 models to help dealers move them off of showroom floors


Bob Lutz Would Like A Do-Over On The Chevy Volt

February 1st, 2013 | by Christopher DeMorro

Electric cars face a number of uphill battles, including managing weight while trying to add hundreds of pounds in batteries to give it a workable range. Never one to mince words, Bob Lutz has made it known that had he a second chance, he’d do things a lot differently when it comes to the Chevy Volt


92% Of Chevy Volt Owners Would Buy It Again

December 7th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

How does one measure success in the auto industry? Obviously sales are a good indicator, but another important metric is customer satisfaction. In this era of increasingly great and competitive cars, one name has risen to the top of the heap as the car with the most satisfied owners; the Chevy Volt


Chevy Volt Outselling Half Of Cars On The Market?

September 24th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

If you listen to certain “news outlets,” you’d think the Chevy Volt was a flaming, steaming pile of sales crap that costs GM tens of thousands of dollars per vehicle sold. You’d be wrong though, as a recent roundup of all the vehicles the Chevy Volt is currently outselling shows that there is, in fact, a market for this high-tech American hybrid


Former Prius Owners Turning To Chevy Volt

September 12th, 2012 | by Christopher DeMorro

The Chevy Volt doesn’t get a lot of love from the right-wing, and Monday’s biased Reuters article claiming each Volt costs GM up to $49,000 certainly doesn’t help. But there is one group of car owners who are turning to the Volt in high numbers, and it is just the customer GM is hoping to attract. I’m talking about owners of the Toyota Prius, which is the #1 traded-in vehicle for Volt customers



Back to Top ↑