The 2014 Chevy Volt is an excellent hybrid small car, which has 5-person seating and a hatchback door. The Volt comes with an eight air bags, satellite radio options, keyless entry, and it can be customized with a number of extras. The Volt also has electronic stability controls, electronic assisted fuel injection, and anti-lock brakes.
The 2014 Chevrolet Volt is capable of running in an electrical only configuration, and it is able to make full trips around an urban environment running on electricity. A full battery charged will allow for an estimated 38 mile range. In this configuration the Volt has no tailpipe emissions, and it is estimated that the car achieves 98 MPG if the batteries were charged off of the engine. Charging the batteries from the grid will further reduce the environmental impact, and the average Volt driver pays only $1.60 to charge their car’s battery on typical day. The Volt comes with a 1.4 liter engine that is capable of getting 35 and 40 miles per gall running solely off of the engine.
The Volt comes with a number of features to manage the battery and power system. It is possible to monitor the battery charge with the use of a simply smartphone app, and the app is also able to track crucial data about the driving habits of the car. This allows for one to better plan for trips, which allows for increased use of the battery configuration.
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