The standard practice of many Japanese automakers is to change popular models minimally from generation to generation. Instead, they focus on continuous improvement. It may seem obvious, but “fix what’s broken” is not something American automakers often practice. Instead, they’re a fan of the “start over and change everything” school of thought.
Related: 2016 Chevrolet Volt: First Look
The 2016 Chevrolet Volt is a revelation: It’s an obvious, serious refinement of the current model, a product of General Motors listening to customers and fixing only what’s wrong, while quietly improving what’s already good. The result is a new and improved Volt that looks, feels and performs better in almost every way.
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