Because many drivers complete their daily driving on battery power alone, Volt customers are averaging more than 970 miles between gas fill-ups, for greater freedom from the pump.Charging the Volt battery can be done with a 120V outlet or a dedicated 240V charging station. Owners can also can manage and monitor the Volt remotely via computer or a smartphone.An engineering change in the battery
cell used in the 2015 Volt results in an overall storage capacity increase from 16.5 to 17.1 kWh. Customers may see a slight EV range improvement with the new battery, but the EPA-estimated range remains unchanged.Also new for 2015 is OnStar with 4G LTE and standard built-in Wi-Fi hotspot, which provides a mobile hub for drivers and passengers to stay connected. The hotspot is on whenever the car is on and comes with a three-month/three-gigabyte data trial. Sale Price includes all vehicle incentives/rebates. Optional Cash Offer not available with the Love It or Return It program and some other offers. Cash Allowance not available with some other offers. Excludes leases. See dealer for details. Take delivery by 9/4/2012.
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