2014 Chevrolet Volt Consumer Review: It pays for itself - $5500 so

2014 Chevrolet Volt - Consumer Review

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Base 4dr Hatchback (0-cyl. Hybrid 1-speed Direct Drive)

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It pays for itself - $5500 so far
By johndhenry on


2014 Chevrolet Volt 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD)


I just crossed the 40,000 odometer reading on my Volt.
With my average mpg being 84, I've saved approximately $5500 in gas over my previous 24 mpg SC430 Lexus .
Said differently, at this rate, the Volt's gas savings alone will have paid for the car in 5 years.
Add this to the HOV Lane sticker and great reliability, and I have to say this is the best car I've owned (and its the first American car I've had).

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By jasontran
on 05/09/14 14:39 PM (PDT)

I've had my Volt for 5 days. I've saved a lot of money and time on gas...This well-built little car does its job very well...The only thing GM needs to address is the road noise... The Volt should have thicker window glass, and active noise cancellation...Eventhough it is as quiet as any car in its class, I really miss the quietness on the road from my 2014 Impala

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