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Frequently Asked Questions about the Volt


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Written on: 25 December 2007 [19:12]
ecoadmin
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registered since: 20.07.2007
Posts: 586
General:

-What options will be available?

-The Chevy Volt a safe car?

-How fast does it go?

-Whats the range?
40 miles on batteries, up to 640 miles using the internal combustion engine.

-How long does it take to fully recharge?

-Made in USA?

Price and Availability

-Whats the sales price

-Can I order a car now?
Not yet, the car is announced for 2010.

-Leasing Possibility?

Technology:

-How far do I get using only the batteries?
About 40 miles

-What is the service interval?

-What does a full recharge cost me?

-Battery and car warranty?

-Once the batteries are depleted, how much gasoline do I use when driving?
About 50mpg

-What kind of fuel is used for the internal combustion engine?
Gasoline, E85 or BioDiesel


Please add any comments you might have to this FAQ. I will update the thread to keep it as up-tp-date as possible.

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Written on: 07 December 2011 [06:41]
ak28it
registered since: 19.11.2011
Posts: 16
what make people believe that all this talk about the volt is more then smoke that GM is putting out? After the great work they did with the EV1? A strong message may be more to scare away competition then actually market a product. They can always delay saying there have been technical difficulties later. icon_cry.gificon_cry.gifbanghead.gif

NICK



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