Ext. color: Mosaic Black Metallic
Int. color: Jet Black
Drivetrain: Front-wheel Drive
Fuel type: Hybrid
Transmission: 1-Speed Automatic
Engine: 1.5L I4 16V GDI DOHC Hybrid
Stock #: P381730
Heated Seats, Heated Steering Wheel, Keyless Start, Remote Start
Apple CarPlay/Android Auto, Bluetooth, Premium Sound System, USB Port
Alloy Wheels, Tow Hooks
Automatic Emergency Braking, Backup Camera, Blind Spot Monitor, Brake Assist, LED Headlights, Lane Departure Warning, Rear Cross Traffic Alert, Stability Control
Off Lease Only Bradenton review
September 7, 2022
By Melody from Bradenton FL
This was my first experience with off lease car, what a hit!! I've been shopping online for used cars and had been to several dealerships in town but none of the cars I found online we're on anyone's lot. I found the car I wanted from off lease cars online this time I decided to call to make sure the car was actually on the property and it was so I made an appointment and met with Nicole Ventura, who by the way is AWESOME!! Nicole was so polite, kind and patient, she answered all of our questions and had the car ready for us to test drive arrival. I've never had a better car purchasing experience ever!! I will definitely be back and recommend to others. I absolutely love my new car!
2017 Chevrolet Volt Premier review
Fantastic EV / Hybrid vehicle. Really saves money!
February 8, 2023
By Cjozlynn from Dallas, TX
Owns this car
I drive around town most days and love the idea of not using as much gas. I drive older volvo's that I love for many reasons but they are aging and certainly not good on gas. I like the idea of full EV cars but the cost is very high and range for me (I take a lot of 200-300 mile road trips) makes it more complicated along with the expense of charging stations or installing upgraded home chargers.
I bought a used Volt with 50k miles and it honestly is a pretty awesome car. I can drive around town almost purely on electric, just plug in at night to a standard outlet. And barring me going on a road trip a tank of gas a month maybe less. (8 gallons to fill up!!!!)
I love the heated seats and wheel. The interior layout is great and its a very quiet car. It's quick around town and holds its own on the freeway.
Are the seats volvo comfortable? NO, but they aren't bad at all in the leather premier trim. Is the back seat huge not really but if you are less than 6' it should be fine. The bose sound system is GREAT. All the safety features are nice. Back up camera, front and rear sensors, lane keep, adaptive cruise, etc....
It took a week or so to get used to how to drive it in EV and maximize my range. I can now get around 55-60 miles in town. I would say to read the manual for sure, the climate controls are situated to save electricity so there is no A/C on or off button and I had to read up on how it works. I got the hang of it once I took the time to understand what did what. The Chevy Volt forum is a wealth of knowledge as well, and that really made it easy to learn how the car works. Apart from slight learning curve it is an excellent car you can easily run in EV only if it suits your situation. Long trips are no problem I can get 42 mpg on the freeway usually and no down time to charge at stations along the way.
This is a great car to bridge the gap between full gas and full electric and given the price to purchase it almost makes sense not to own one. I LOVE IT.