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My 2013 Chevy did not have any power. My husband jump started it and it worked until he got home he turned it off and it did not start back at all.
In Selling My Car
I've listed my car with Cargurus. When I have a buyer and don't have the title (still owe 5900). Does Cargurus manage this and if so, how?
Beat The Heat
It's 100 degrees outside. Can I leave my Volt in a parking lot with the power on, lock the doors and shop for an hour? Actually, I already know I can and the 75 degree interior when I return is heav...
2016 Chevy Volt Coolant Temperature Range
2016 chevy volt running at 197- 217 F coolant temperature
OK So I Now Have A Listing / With No Way To Communicate With Inquirer’s
so my car is up / I can see number of view's number of save's / Why can I not communicate with prospective byer's I can read there questions there is no place for me to send a response. the only opt...
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.