In case you missed all the hullabaloo that occurred last year when this car debuted, let's get one thing straight: The 2012 Chevrolet Volt is not a pure electric car. Much of the general public initially assumed it was, helped along in this belief by the car's name and some vague marketing. The Volt is essentially a plug-in hybrid, meaning it has the ability to run much faster and farther under just electric power than a normal hybrid. In the Volt's case, this means up to 100 mph and anywhere from 25-50 miles without using a drop of gasoline.
The 2012 Chevrolet Volt Sedan is powered by a 1.4-liter Inline-4 with 149 hp. Standard features include cloth seat-upholstery, 6-way front bucket seats, folding bucket rear seats, AM/FM/Satellite radio with CD-player, internet access... MORE FEATURES
The 2012 Chevrolet Volt Sedan comes in only one trim level:
|Chevrolet Volt Sedan||$39,145|
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