Chevrolet Volt

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 faster, and even to use the paddle alone for braking in… 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 faster, and even to use the paddle alone for braking in… Read More

Chevrolet Adds Teen Driver Safety System to Nine More 2017 Models

By Fred Meier on August 24, 2016

CARS.COM —  Chevrolet is expanding the availability of its Teen Driver safety and monitoring system. It debuted in the redesigned-for-2016 Malibu midsize sedan and will be available in nine more models for 2017. That's good news for parents of teens. In… Read More

2014-2015 GM Steering Issue

By Tom Torbjornsen on August 1, 2016

CARS.COM The problem: The steering wheel may feel like it's sticking in the center of its travel. This may be due to a fault in the steering control module software. Vehicles affected by service bulletin: 2014 Buick LaCrosse 2015 Buick… Read More

2016 Chevrolet Volt: Car Seat Check

By Jennifer Geiger on April 21, 2016

CARS.COM — Chevrolet redesigned its plug-in Volt for 2016, and although the new Volt's greater range and fuel economy are big news, so too is its backseat. For 2016, the Volt has five seats, instead of four, with a new… Read More

2016 Chevrolet Volt Video

By Kelsey Mays on April 13, 2016

CARS.COM — Chevrolet redesigned its plug-in Volt for 2016 with more conventional exterior styling, better range and an interior with five seats instead of four. But will the update be enough to get people to look past cheap gas prices?… Read More

Who Loves the Chevrolet Volt? Critters

By Aaron Bragman on February 24, 2016

CARS.COM — I'm a big fan of the Chevrolet Volt, having now leased two of the plug-in hybrid cars for my family. We like the ability to commute without using any gasoline and the convenience of charging it up at… Read More

2016 Chevrolet Volt Real-World Fuel Economy

By Aaron Bragman on February 1, 2016

CARS.COM — The Chevrolet Volt has been a party of one since its introduction — no other plug-in hybrid electric vehicle can do what it can while seating four people plus luggage. The first-generation model delivered at least 38 miles… 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-sharing service, Maven, the automaker's attempt to get a foothold in… Read More

2016 Chevrolet Volt Review

By Aaron Bragman on December 7, 2015

Chevrolet has transformed the Volt from a quirky science experiment into an extremely impressive premium compact sedan, with far more refinement and usable technology than any of its competitors. Find out more info in my review.… Read More

Our view: 2016 Chevrolet Volt

By Aaron Bragman on December 7, 2015

Chevrolet has transformed the Volt from a quirky science experiment into an extremely impressive premium compact sedan, with far more refinement and usable technology than any of its competitors. The standard practice of many Japanese automakers is to change popular… Read More