The 2018 Chevy Volt is no ordinary car. It is hybrid on steroids with both a full sized gasoline engine and two electric motors that on battery alone can propel the car close to 100 MPH with exhilarating off-the-line acceleration from pure electric torque.
Charge it while you sleep and the car can drive over 50 miles the next day without using any gasoline. When needed for longer drives the gas engine will automatically start to give you a total range of over 400 miles. Just stop at any gas station to continue your journey and get hybrid gas mileage with electric performance even without charging.
With the gas engine you plug-in only when it’s convenient. But if you take 15 seconds to plug-in when you get home from work, you will use 80 to 95% LESS gas than most hybrids for your average daily driving needs.
Test Drive the performance of electric torque in the 2018 Chevy Volt today and you will never want an ordinary car again.
Editor's Note: If you are a Volt owner please let us know in the comments section below why you chose Chevy Volt vs the other plug-in hybrid vehicles. How do you think Volt is better than the competing plug-in hybrid cars. What are the advantages and disadvantages of Volt?
By the way, few days ago Green Car Reports asked in Twitter "which plug-in hybrid would you buy today if you had to" and here are the results. What about you? Which one would you buy today?
Which plug-in hybrid would you buy today if you had to?— Green Car Reports (@GreenCarReports) December 12, 2017
2018 Chevy Volt Specs and Pricing
- Range: 53 mi battery-only, 420 mi total
- Dimensions: 180″ L x 71″ W x 56″ H
- Battery: 18.4 kWh 300 V lithium-ion
- Battery charge time: 13h at 110V, 4.5h at 220V
- 2018 Volt MSRP: From $33,220
- Chevy Volt LT Price - $33,220
- Chevy Volt Premier Price - $37,570