Chevrolet Volt

Chevrolet Volt


MSRP After Federal Discounts



The Volt plug-in hybrid offers up to 53 pure electric miles and up to 420 miles with a full charge and full tank of gas. With 294 lb.-ft. of torque, you'll love the feeling from the first press of the accelerator. Its 1.5L direct-injected high-efficiency engine and two electric motors help it run on an electric charge while generating additional energy when the battery runs out. On average, new owners of the Volt travel 1,100 miles between fill-ups with regular charging. 

The Regen on Demand paddle on your steering wheel allows you to slow down without using the brake pedal. This also converts kinetic energy into electricity and then transfers it back to the battery. The color touch-screen and Driver Information Center behind the steering wheel offer information on where you're using the most energy and how much charge you have left. 

The standard 8-inch diagonal touch-screen, available 4G LTE Wi-Fi® hotspot and standard Apple CarPlay™ and Android Auto™ capability, your music and apps are always within reach. Teen Driver technology is a built-in system to help encourage better driving habits and let parents know how their teenager drove the vehicle. 

Note - Production of the Chevy Volt ends in early 2019, but production of the fully electric Chevy Bolt EV will continue.

  • Type


  • Seats


  • Fuel Type

    Plug-In Hybrid

  • Electric Range

    53 mi.

  • Cargo Space

    10.6 cu. ft.

  • Yearly Gas Savings


* Gas savings calculations are approximate and based off of industry averages for fuel costs. Dollar savings do not count as legal or tax advice.

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