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2011 Chevy Volt Walkaround

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Published on Jul 4, 2011

This is a walk-around of the 2011 Chevy Volt with Scott Vandekerckhove from ESI.

Comments • 33

Hector Rodriguez
Excellent review!! This car will be great for my wife comute since is only 4 miles round trip. Still expensive and I think that's why you dont see many Volts out on the road. Not sure how the rebate works, but I was told when you get the $7500 discount, Uncle Sam's turns around and adds it as $7500 income on your taxes :-( 
Christopher Rudolph
Wow I like the delayed charge option
danwat1234
0:24, not in charge sustain mode in certain conditions, the engine will power the wheels without electricity being generated or used, kind of.
Ahmad K Mostafa
Good Review .
manoman0
Were it a PlugIn-Hybrid, you'd add the petrol engine HP + the E-engine's HP to a total "System-HP". Chevy does not do that. Rightfully so. Because it's not a Hybrid.
Rumblestrip.NET
Best thing to do is lease the Volt. The 7500 is worked in to reduce your monthly payment and there are no tax consequences to you. Too after two or three years you give it back, and are not stuck with 1st gen tech. If your wife is only driving 4 miles to work, you won't have an issue with going over miles.
manoman0
I agree, fully. But, then again, for that purpose it's simply too expensive. On the other side, the having it is the kick :)
manoman0
Just checked your link you sent. If in "petrol aided propulsion mode" it does it less efficient than a Prius. That's a bit sad, actually. Other than that, the Prius sucks. I sat in a 2012 model. I'd go for the VOLT. Anytime.
manoman0
In my eyes it remains to be an EV. The petrol engine kicks in to increase efficiency (as told) and only very seldomly as it seems. There are guys who have not used or have barely used a drop of petrol over hundreds of miles. So, yes, it remains an EV.
manoman0
Thank you. Going there as I write.
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