2017 Chevrolet Volt Pricing


Edmunds Rating
4.0 / 5.0
Consumer Rating
(78)

Pros

  • More all-electric range than most plug-in hybrids
  • Plenty of advanced tech and safety features are available
  • Nimble and easy to drive in the city

Cons

  • Tricky parking since the nose of the car is hard to see
  • Interior material quality is disappointing
  • Rear seat and luggage area aren't as roomy as some rivals'

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Features & Specs

LT 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD)Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD)
Starting MSRP$33,220$37,570
MPG4242
Seating55
Transmission1-speed direct drive1-speed direct drive
Fuelhybridhybrid
HorsepowerN/AN/A

Safety

Our experts’ favorite Volt safety features:

Rear Cross-Traffic Alert

Provides audible and visual warnings of moving objects behind you as you're backing out of a parking space. It's standard equipment.
Forward Collision Alert

Warns of an impending collision with the vehicle ahead of you. Low-speed automatic braking is also included. Optional on the Volt Premier.
OnStar

Includes various safety-related features, including emergency assistance and remote door locking and unlocking.
IIHS Rating
The Insurance Institute of Highway Safety uses extensive crash tests to determine car safety.
  • Side Impact Test
    G
    Good
  • Roof Strength Test
    G
    Good
  • Rear Crash Protection / Head Restraint
    G
    Good
  • IIHS Small Overlap Front Test
    G
    Good
  • Moderate Overlap Front Test
    G
    Good

Top Consumer Reviews

Read what other owners think about the 2017 Chevrolet Volt

(78)

Consumer Rating


Great combination of EV and road tripper
Now have over 20,000 miles on my 2017 LT Volt. Trouble free, still looks/run like new, no squeaks or rattles despite nearly 1 mile of gravel road to reach pavement from my house. Does best in town, setting the cruise at 65 will drain the battery quicker. Solid, fun car to drive with great throttle response, quiet, comfortable, a pure EV most days but when I take a long trip I don't give battery range a second thought, I just go. My 5 kWh solar system produces all the power I need to cover the costs for my home and to charge the car. If this car was wrecked or stolen, I would replace it with another Volt without a second thought.
Great Car - Worth Waiting For!
My wife's 2008 Prius was getting rather old, so we went shopping in late 2015 for all kinds of cars. We wanted something that was environmentally friendly, and reasonably priced (for a hybrid or electric). My wife drives about 2 times a week over 100 miles a day, so that ruled out a pure electric vehicle due to the lack of range. I saw the new Prius at the Detroit auto show, and was put off by the weird spacey design. From expert reviews, it seemed that Toyota was aiming more for high MPG numbers than striking a balance between performance, handling and comfort. I was intrigued by the upcoming Chevy Malibu Hybrid. The non-hybrid version that came out recently got very good reviews in the automotive press. After seeing them at the Chevy dealer, my wife thought it was a little too big for her. The kids are grown and out of the house, and the back seat would be empty 95% of the time, so the Volt is fine for us. I read many of the glowing technical editor reviews of the 2016 Chevrolet Volt. Even magazines like Car and Driver who seem to only lust after exotic performance cars seemed to really like the new Volt. The more I read, the more we wanted to test drive one. Then we realized that only certain states were going to get the limited 2016 Volt deliveries. Living in Delaware, our state was not on the list, so we waited some more for the 2017's which were going to be produced starting in Feb 2016 for all 50 states. While waiting, I also did a little more research on the $7500 Federal Credit, but I also found that there was a (very) limited $2200 rebate offered from Delaware for certain qualified electric vehicles (it's almost gone, so hurry!). Delaware also offers up to a $500 rebate for the car "charger" or EVSE in the electric lingo. So the almost $10K in help from Federal and state made the final cost to us VERY reasonable. (Price shown below is full cost without help) So when the first batch of Volts hit Delaware, we test drove one. We were hooked. We've had it for about 3 weeks, and we are extremely happy and delighted with the car. For most trips around town, we use 100% electric. There is very good power at city speeds due to the torque of the 2 electric motors. We live in a college town with hundreds of zombie kids staring at cell phones while crossing the street. I was concerned that one would blindly walk into us while we were in silent electric mode, but GM installed a "white noise" speaker that makes some fake mechanical robot noise below 25mph, that hopefully lets pedestrians (and my cats) know we are in gear. We did take a long trip to DC, with about 3 hours of driving on the engine. The engine starts unobtrusively, and is not very loud. I can feel slight vibration that lets me know it's on, but I was looking for it. Most people probably wouldn't know when it switches over to the engine. We now have 1100 miles on the car, with some long trips (engine on), and we are averaging overall now about 90 mpg combined. Of course, running with the engine on all the time (you can force it on to hold battery charge or to get quick cabin heat), it's not as efficient as a Prius, as we've seen about 43 mpg from the engine only. But the combined of about 90 mpg without worrying about range is awesome. Driving dynamics are much better than our old Prius. The car feels and sounds very solid. It handles rough pavement without much noise, and with good control. With all the battery and engine weight, it's not a light car, but it never feels heavy. The electric steering is very good with nice feel. When braking slightly, the motors act as generators feeding juice back to the battery, and if you press harder, the friction brakes come on. It feels a little non-linear, but it’s fine. The 110V charger (EVSE) that the car comes with is very slow to charge as it defaults to a safer 8 amp charge so as to not cause electric problems in your house that may have poor wiring. This takes forever to charge (~19 hours for full charge?) You can set the 110V EVSE to supply 12 amps but you have to keep re-setting it in the car's dash screen which is very annoying, and it's still very slow to charge. (~13 hours for full charge?). So with the $500 credit Delaware offers, I bought a Clipper Creek 24 Amp "Level 2" or 240V EVSE, with a dryer plug on the end. I had a 240V line run to the garage with the added benefit of being able to run my 240V welder from the dryer plug when not charging the car by simply unplugging the EVSE. Anyway, all that was definitely worth it. The Volt now charges within 4.5 hours max from empty. Buy it. The car is highly recommended. UPDATE SEPT 2016. We've had the car for 8 months now. We love it even more than before. No mechanical issues with the car, and it still drives great and quiet. Our combined MPG is over 105 mpg now as most of our trips are pure electric. We noticed that when it's warm outside, the range is more like 55 miles before the engine starts.
2017 Volt LT The ultimate commuter car
I did a lot of research and test driving before I picked the Volt. I wanted to spend the least amount of money I could on commuting everyday but do not want to sacrifice the refinement, comfort, utility and fun of a new sporty sedan. This car fit the bill almost perfectly for me. First the money: The price of the car comes out to about the same as a Prius when you factor in all the incentives (dealer and government). In my opinion after driving them both I would pay $5000 more than for a Prius still feel I got a good value. If you usually would go under 100 miles or so between charges your energy costs are going to be lower than any other hybrid currently in the market with the Volt. Since my total commute between charges is about 50 miles I only use electricity, the cheapest energy available to me. In my area the power company also gave me a check for $300 (free commuting for a year!) and a lower power rate overnight when charging my Volt. Refinement and Comfort: The Volt does better in this area than the compact/sub compact hybrids like the Prius and C-Max Hybrids (that to me are just a chore to drive), but not quite as good as the larger Fusion and Sonata Hybrids. Ultimately this will depend on taste and what you expect from your car but for me I have been use to bigger luxury type cars for a while so this was important to me. The smooth quiet commute, technology and integration with my Android Phone (it has it for Apple as well) sold me. Utility: Paying only for cheaper electricity for my commute is great, knowing I could still go unlimited miles or over big hills with no hassle when needed is even better. This is what turned me off to a electricity only (EV) car. Also being big enough to fit all of my family (4) easily was also important to me, even though I would use this car almost exclusively for daily commutes and short trips around town. Finally the Fun: I think this is what put me over the edge with this car, it is actually fun to drive. Quick, smooth acceleration and reasonable grip (probably due to batteries creating a low center of gravity). All in all, it is my ultimate commuter car.

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Vehicle Overview
The 2017 Chevrolet Volt marks the second year of production for the redesigned model, but last year's redesigned Volt was only available on a limited basis. As such, many shoppers may not be aware of the changes that the second-generation Volt incorporates. There's a whole new body structure, for one thing, along with more conventional styling inside and out that departs from the old Volt's concept-car vibe. Under the surface, a revised plug-in hybrid powertrain delivers a remarkable 53 miles of all-electric range, up from 38 miles in the original. Moreover, the 2017 Volt's quieter 1.5-liter gasoline engine/generator no longer requires premium fuel, and it achieves an EPA rating of 42 mpg combined, a healthy 5-mpg improvement.

Fundamentally, though, the new Volt's appeal remains the same. Whereas most plug-in hybrids offer roughly 10-20 miles of electric range, this Chevrolet has enough battery power to keep you away from the gas station for weeks at a time, if not months. On the other hand, there's none of the range anxiety that plagues purely electric cars, because the gasoline engine is always ready to kick in and propel you more than 400 miles between fill-ups. During the week, you can commute in your Volt and never use a drop of gas. And should a weekend getaway come up, you can simply rely on hybrid gas-electric power, with no need to stop and find a charging station.

If you're still not sold on the Volt, we suggest a trip to your local Ford dealer. The Ford C-Max Energi hatchback and Ford Fusion Energi sedan are plug-in hybrid stablemates that offer more interior space and share a capable gas-electric powertrain, though their electric-only range is capped at about 20 miles. We've been hearing about a much-improved Toyota Prius Plug-In for a while now, but concrete details have yet to emerge. For a more avant-garde experience, you could try the sporty BMW i3 with its available range-extending gas generator. Overall, though, we recommend the 2017 Chevrolet Volt if you want real EV functionality without the usual range-based limitations.

Performance and MPG
The 2017 Chevrolet Volt has a plug-in hybrid system consisting of twin electric motors (149 horsepower) and a 1.5-liter gasoline engine/generator. The electric motors are powered by a 18.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack that you typically plug in to recharge, but it can also be partially recharged on the go from the gas engine/generator and regenerative braking. The gas engine kicks in when the battery pack's initial charge is depleted, working primarily as a generator to continue providing electricity. In some situations, such as accelerating with a depleted battery, passing and climbing steep hills, the gas engine also assists the electric motors to increase the Volt's performance.

In addition to Normal, Sport, Hold and Mountain drive modes, the 2017 Volt has a "Regen on Demand" paddle on the steering wheel. This feature allows the driver to adjust deceleration and the amount of regenerated braking energy that can be sent back to the battery pack.

Recharging the battery pack requires you to plug in to either a standard 120-volt outlet or a dedicated 240-volt charging station. Regenerative braking and excess power from the engine/generator also can help boost the battery charge when the Volt is in motion. It takes about 4.5 hours to recharge a fully depleted battery from a 240-volt power source, or 13 hours from a 120-volt source.

In our road test of the 2016 Volt, we achieved 62 miles of all-electric driving on a fairly flat route, easily beating the EPA's range estimate of 53 miles. For combined gas and electric operation after EV mode expires, the EPA rates the Volt at 42 mpg combined (43 city/42 highway). Overall energy usage is rated at 106 mpg (MPGe), but longer trips without periodic battery charging will significantly reduce this figure.

Safety
Standard safety features on the 2017 Volt include antilock brakes, traction and stability control, front knee airbags, front and rear seat side-impact airbags and front and rear side curtain airbags. Also standard is the OnStar emergency communications system, which includes automatic crash notification, an emergency assistance button, remote door unlock and stolen vehicle assistance, and a pedestrian safety signal that alerts pedestrians when the car is approaching in silent all-electric mode or is stopped at a crosswalk.

Available on the Premier trim are lane departure warning and intervention, blind spot monitoring, rear cross-traffic alert, forward collision alert and one of two automatic emergency braking systems, with the low-speed version included in the Driver Confidence 2 package and the full version added via the optional adaptive cruise control feature.

Additional Information
Chevrolet redesigned the ingenious Volt in 2016, but because of a limited roll-out, many shoppers may have missed the updates to the Volt. The changes are significant: There's a new body structure with more conventional styling, and, more importantly, an updated powertrain that provides up to 53 miles of electric-only range, which is 15 miles more than the original. The Volt's ace in the hole is a 1.5-liter gasoline engine that kicks in once the battery runs low, allowing the Volt to drive up to 400 miles, a range that matches a regular gasoline-powered car.

What hasn't changed is the Volt's basic appeal. Most plug-in hybrids give you 10 to 20 miles of electric-only range before they require either a recharge or gasoline-fed assistance. The Chevrolet Volt's 53-mile battery is sized to cope with the average commute, which means that owners may go weeks, if not months, without visiting a gas station. Functionally, it works like a pure battery-powered car, but the presence of the gasoline engine eliminates range anxiety. The gas engine starts up automatically when the battery gets low, and if there are no charging stations to be found, it operates like any other hybrid.

We like the new Volt's interior. It's more conventional than the original Volt, and feels less like a concept car (or an Apple prototype). The front seats are comfortable, though we wish power adjustment was an option. The backseat is split by the T-shaped battery pack, and while the cushions are shaped for three passengers, it really only accommodates two in comfort (and even then, we use that term loosely). Cargo space is 10.6 cubic feet, which is skimpy by hatchback standards, but the backseat folds down to accommodate larger items.

The Volt's plug-in hybrid powertrain uses a pair of electric motors that develop 149 horsepower, along with a 1.5-liter gasoline engine. The Volt is designed to drive its full range with power coming from the 18.4-kWh lithium-ion battery. When the charge runs low, the gasoline engine starts up and turns a generator to power the motors, though it also provides direct mechanical assistance under certain driving conditions. Recharging takes about 4.5 hours from a 240-volt EV charger and 13 hours from a 120-volt outlet. The battery also can be charged by the engine, though this has a deleterious effect on fuel economy. The EPA rates the Volt at 106 miles per gallon equivalent on battery power and 42 mpg (43 city/42 highway) in gas-powered hybrid mode. Official electric-only range is 53 miles, but Edmunds achieved 62 miles of all-electric driving during our road test of a 2016 Volt. Another improvement in the new model: It uses regular (87 octane) fuel, whereas the outgoing Volt required premium.

Chevrolet offers the Volt in LT and Premier trims. Both are nicely equipped, with the Premier adding some luxury features. Edmunds can help find the perfect 2017 Chevrolet Volt for you.

2017 Chevrolet Volt Overview

The 2017 Chevrolet Volt is offered in the following submodels: Hatchback. Available styles include LT 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD), and Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD). The 2017 Chevrolet Volt comes with front wheel drive, . Available transmissions include: 1-speed direct drive, . The 2017 Chevrolet Volt comes with a 3 yr./ 36000 mi. basic warranty, a 5 yr./ 60000 mi. roadside warranty, and a 5 yr./ 60000 mi. powertrain warranty.

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2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD)

The 2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $42,325. The average price paid for a new 2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) is trending $5,522 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

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The average savings for the 2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) is 13% below the MSRP.

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2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD)

The 2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $40,945. The average price paid for a new 2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) is trending $5,320 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

Edmunds members save an average of $5,320 by getting upfront special offers. The estimated special offer price in your area is $35,625.

The average savings for the 2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) is 13% below the MSRP.

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2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD)

The 2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $38,960. The average price paid for a new 2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) is trending $4,299 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

Edmunds members save an average of $4,299 by getting upfront special offers. The estimated special offer price in your area is $34,661.

The average savings for the 2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) is 11% below the MSRP.

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2017 Chevrolet Volt LT 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD)

The 2017 Chevrolet Volt LT 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) can be purchased for less than the Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price (aka MSRP) of $35,475. The average price paid for a new 2017 Chevrolet Volt LT 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) is trending $2,965 below the manufacturer’s MSRP.

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The average savings for the 2017 Chevrolet Volt LT 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD) is 8.4% below the MSRP.

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2017 Chevrolet Volt Gas Mileage

2017 Chevrolet Volt LT 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD), 1-speed direct drive, electric fuel
42 compined MPG,

2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier 4dr Hatchback (gas/electric hybrid DD), 1-speed direct drive, electric fuel
42 compined MPG,

EPA Est. MPG42
Transmission1-speed direct drive
Drive Trainfront wheel drive
Displacement1.5 L
Passenger VolumeN/A
Wheelbase106.1 in.
Length180.4 in.
Width71.2 in.
Height56.4 in.
Curb Weight3519 lbs.