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Chevrolet Volt Questions

gardenrebecca
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I'm Wondering If There Is A Setting To Tell Me What The Actual Cabin Temper...

I see where the outside temperature is reported. I see where I can set the cabin temperature. However, what I don't see is a display of what the actual temperature is if I have the display on fan ...

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RoderickTaylor313
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Information About A Friends Car

I have a friend who has the car and can't afford to pay the note at the moment and she is willing to give me the car and I also want to pay the notes and put my information on the car is this poss...

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Ltpluto
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Key Fob Programming

Are two already programmed RKE fobs required to program an additional RKE for a 2017 Volt? How long does it take to program an addition RKE fob?

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Steve Bachman
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Do Chevy Volt Values Drop Drastically When They Are Over 100,000 Miles And ...

I'm looking at a 2011 Volt with 127K miles. Dealer has it at $9995 and this site indicates that it is overpriced by over $5,000! Is this an error, or is it due to the battery being beyond the 100,00...

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BharatRK
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How Can I Find Used Chevy Volt Or Prius Plug-in With Hov/green Sticker?

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Chevrolet Volt Overview

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.