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Chevrolet Volt Questions

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How To Replace The Rh Side Directional Signal Light Assembly On A 2014 Chev...

The RH side plastic lens cover is broken on my 2014 Volt requiring replacement of the entire light assembly. What peripheral equipment has to be removed to access the light assembly prior top removal...

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Test Drive

Is the Chevy Volt available for a test drive?

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Why Can't I See All Volts Available Country Wide Anymore? Is There A Simple...

77 views with 1 answer (last answer 9 months ago)
Boborcheryl
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How Can I Get A Time Display On The Dashboard?

I have followed the directions in the owners manual, but I cannot get a "display"option.

75 views with 1 answer (last answer about a year ago)
chuckwada
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I Just Paid 134 Bucks At The Chevy Dealer To Get A New Light Bulb For The T...

but it did not include instructions on how to replace it. so my question is this, how many owners does it take to change the light bulb in a chevy volt exterior rear view mirror? How do you open...

477 views with 3 answers (last answer about a year ago)

About the Chevrolet Volt

Chevrolet's Volt aims to provide a way for 75+% of America's daily commuters to drive themselves to work without using a drop of gasoline. Able to travel up to 40 miles on electricity only and get recharged through a standard 120V electric outlet and an optional solar roof, the Volt will have a small gas engine that can drive the electric motor via a generator, but that engine will not recharge the battery pack. Buyers should be eligible for a substantial tax credit.

The Volt reminds some of GM's EV1 electric car of the late '90s, but the new car should have a much higher top speed, thanks largely to improvements in battery technology, though its pure-electric range will be shorter. The Volt will seat four, instead of the EV1's two, and its battery pack will be considerably smaller and lighter. Originally announced as a 2010 car, Chevrolet warned of delays in early 2008, but now expects production to begin in late 2010.