By now, many people know the difference between a hybrid vehicle and a pure electric vehicle. The former uses both gasoline and battery-sourced electric power for propulsion, while the latter doesn't use gas at all. Unfortunately, the typical electric car has a range of 70-80 miles before it runs out of juice. Here's where plug-in hybrids like the 2014 Chevrolet Volt come in: Plug-ins marry the hybrid and EV concepts and allow pure electric operation for a given distance before switching over to their hybrid mode. And the Volt just so happens to offer considerably more electric-only range than its handful of plug-in hybrid rivals.
The 2014 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 2014 Chevrolet Volt Sedan comes in only one trim level:
|Chevrolet Volt Sedan||$34,185|
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