Used 2012 Chevrolet Volt Electric Sedan Pros & Cons

Pros & Cons of the 2012 Chevrolet Volt Electric Sedan

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 Pros Modern and futuristic look that flows perfectly in style in both the interior and the exterior. Chevrolet has taken into account all details and has perfectly meshed and designed the interior and exterior of the vehicle to definitely get the look that not only says performance, but class and style.

 Pros 300 mile maximum range which is excellent.

 Pros Fuel-efficient averaging 33 miles per gallon when the tank takes over when the battery pack is 70 percent depleted.

 Pros Easily plugs into a 120 or 240-volt outlet. This makes charging convenient and hassle-free.

 Pros Achieved the five out of five stars in crash test scores, making it a safe hybrid, indeed.

 Cons The Chevrolet Volt Electric Sedan, although possibly the most fuel-efficient vehicle on the road, does not carry a \"easy for the pocketbook\" price tag.

 Cons The back passenger seat is small and definitely fits only two people.

 Cons The brakes on the Chevrolet Volt Electric Sedan are touchy, and definitely will take getting used to.

 Cons The last con of the Chevrolet Volt Electric Sedan is that owners of the vehicle will need a home charger to charge the vehicle. While this may not be a con, it is an extra necessity that will have to be purchased.