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Chevrolet Volt 2017

2017 Chevrolet Volt: Car Seat Check

By Jennifer Geiger on December 14, 2017

CARS.COM — Editor's note: This Car Seat Check was written in April 2016 about the 2016 Chevrolet Volt. Little of substance has changed with this year's model. To see what's new... Read More
Our View: 2017 Chevrolet Volt

By Aaron Bragman on July 14, 2017

Editor's note: This review was written in December 2015 for the all-new 2016 Chevrolet Volt. Nothing major has changed for 2017, but to see what's new, click here. Or to see a side-by-si... Read More
2017 Kia Optima Plug-in Hybrid: Real-World Fuel Economy

By Fred Meier on May 10, 2017

CARS.COM — Plug-in hybrids are growing up, at least on paper. Some newer models appear to be able to put a real dent in your gasoline habit as well as offer enough utility to be a fam... Read More
Which 2017 Cars Have Android Auto?

By Rick Popely on May 2, 2017

CARS.COM — Forget about fuel economy, acceleration times or reliability. What many new-car shoppers want to know is if they'll be able to integrate their smartphone with a car's mu... Read More
Which 2017 Cars Have Apple CarPlay?

By Rick Popely on May 2, 2017

CARS.COM — Forget about fuel economy, acceleration times or reliability. What many new-car shoppers want to know is if they'll be able to integrate their smartphone with a car's mu... Read More
2017 Tesla Model S, BMW i3 Disappoint in Crash Tests

By Brian Wong on February 1, 2017

CARS.COM — The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently crash-tested two all-electric and two plug-in hybrid vehicles, and the results are mixed. While the plug-in 2017 Toyota Prius... Read More
IIHS Announces Initial 2017 Safety Winners

By Kelsey Mays on December 8, 2016

CARS.COM — The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has again toughened requirements for earning its top award, Top Safety Pick Plus. Vehicles must now have acceptable or better scores i... Read More
Which 2017 Cars Offer In-Car Wi-Fi?

By Rick Popely on December 2, 2016

CARS.COM — The next frontier for in-car connectivity is Wi-Fi mobile hot spots that allow you to wirelessly connect multiple devices while the car is hurtling down the road. In these cars,... Read More
Regen Paddle Offers One-Pedal Driving for Chevrolet Bolt, Volt

By Fred Meier on September 8, 2016

CARS.COM — While we might be familiar with using steering-wheel paddles to go faster, Chevrolet is offering a paddle to let drivers of its 2016 Volt and coming Bolt EV stop faste... Read More
GM Launches New Car Sharing Service Maven

By Matt Schmitz on January 21, 2016

CARS.COM — GM knows a whole lot about manufacturing and selling cars. Now the Detroit automaker is looking to become a car-sharing maven. GM today announced its new smartphone-operated car... Read More