Chevy Volt

Have you taken a look at the 2013 Chevy Volt yet? For those of you who are not familiar with this remarkable car, let us start of by saying it is a full-performance electric vehicle with extended range. The first of its kind, it operates from both battery and gasoline. Running off electricity alone, you can expect to get around 38 miles. After the gas kicks in, you can get up to 380 miles to the tank before either filling up or charging the battery.

2011 Volt in 3

The Volt uses a standard 120V household outlet to charge the 16.5kWh lithium-ion battery. The charging port is in a very interesting place; the front driver-side fender near the door. The battery takes anywhere between 10 to 16 hours to fully charge on a 120V outlet. You can have a professional electrician install a 240V outlet in your home to reduce this time to about 4 hours.

Your DFW Chevy dealer has this amazing vehicle in a 5 door hatchback starting from $39,081. It comes with standard features such as the Chevy MyLink infotainment system on a 7” color touch-screen display, Bluetooth, voice recognition, Sirius XM satellite radio and solar absorbing glass. It also comes equipped with keyless ignition with push button start, keyless entry and even Stolen Vehicle Assistance. The Volt comes in a range of color options; gray, red, viridian, white, silver, blue and black.

There are also a variety of trim packages so you can get just the right look that you’re seeking. We have Chevy Volts with jet black seats with ceramic white accents, automatic heated driver and front passenger seats, rear park assist, forward collision alert and many more options to personalize your vehicle. So stop by Classic Chevrolet today and test drive one of these innovative cars.

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