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2018 Chevrolet Volt


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Safety Rating

  • Overall Safety:
    5 stars
  • Frontal Crash:
    5 stars
  • Side Crash:
    5 stars

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Overall Rating:
4.6 (out of 5)
Value 4.3
Exterior 4.5
Interior 4.3
Comfort 4.4
Performance 4.6
Reliability 4.8
I have saved so much money with this car

by Ray from Rochester New York | January 24, 2020

I love everything about this car. This is my first electric vehicle and I have no regrets in getting it and will never go back to a gas car. I have always leased and leased this in the end or 2018 unsure of how I would like it, and am now looking to buy it out. In 2019 I only spent $9 a week on gas. the EV range covers my entire 50 mile round trip commute to work so I rarely run on gas. I don’t pay much extra in my electric bill at home. The charger is easy to set up and plugs right into the wall in the garage. There are many public places in my city to charge my car for free. I love the features in the car, it’s a perfect medium between average car and luxury. I also like the fact that this is a heavier car. Coming from a Cruz to a volt I can feel that my volt is heavier. I live in upstate New York and never slide on ice anymore. My monthly payments in leasing look even better than they did with my Cruz which did not have as good features. Even with looking into buying the car the monthly payments are still within a good budget. I am very sad that this car has been discontinued and this is a part of my reasoning to buy out my lease. There’s nothing like this on the market. The next best thing in my opinion is the Chevy bolt, but that is a full electric commitment (not opposed for the future, though!) The volt really gives you the best of both worlds. I like knowing that I have that back up gas but rarely need to use it. I wish everyone could/ could have experienced the volt. I barley see any on the road. It has for sure been an under rated car, and it’s too bad. I love the electric car world and can’t wait to see what the future holds for it.

Great engineering for this Volt

by Chevy Volt fan from Fort Worth, Texas | January 17, 2020

We have owned this new to us 2018 Chevy Volt for about a month but I can tell you I should have bought this car a long time ago! With an electric range of 53 miles, which is more than any other PHEV!! We’ve driven about 1,100 miles and we’ve only used 1 tank of gas!! The gas tank holds 8 gallons! I don’t worry about range anxiety as we have nearly 400 miles range! When I do run out of electric power the small gas engine generator comes to life and you never feel anything, it’s amazing! We have the Premier trim with just about every option with my favorite being the adaptive cruise.

Love this car!

by Garbman from Qualicum Beach bc | July 17, 2019

Skeptical of buying an electric vehicle but thought a volt would be a good transition vehicle into the the electric car world as it has the on board generator when battery is depleted, I’m so glad I bought it and will never buy a new gas powered vehicle again because of this car, the technology in this car is amazing at least to me and so far it’s been flawless, way to go General Motors for making a great car that most owners love and now your discontinued it!

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2018 Chevrolet Volt Overview

The 2018 Chevrolet Volt is a compact hybrid hatchback that competes with the Toyota Prius. It can be charged using a standard 120-volt portable charging cord or an available 240-volt cord for faster charging.

Two trims are available: the LT and Premier.

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