VIN: 1G1RA6E43DU108588 condition: good cylinders: 4 cylinders drive: fwd fuel: hybrid odometer: 94000 paint color: blue size: compact title status: clean transmission: automatic type: hatchback
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Two-owner Chevy Volt (I'm the second owner), still under Voltec factory warranty until 100,000 miles (this covers the battery, electric motors, clutch pack, and other electric drivetrain components). I can provide a history report if you want to see it. The Volt has been nothing but a super-reliable daily-driver and long-distance tripper the last three years and 44k miles I've owned it. It handles 500-mile trips with ease, and in comfort. Honestly, I'm going to miss driving it.
You can plug it in every day, or never, it doesn't matter. The included cord plugs in a regular wall outlet and will charge it full in 10-14 hours (depends on the setting via infotainment system). EPA rated 38 miles on battery (will vary with seasonal temps and your own driving style) and an additional 320 or so miles on a tank of gas (about 9 gallons). The cost for a full charge is about $1.25 based on current home electric rates. That's less than half the cost of a gallon of gas!
Right now, in the summer you will get 40 miles or so on a full charge with the air conditioning on around town. In the winter it will be lower because of the energy the heater takes. However, unlike something like a Prius or a Leaf, the Volt has a liquid thermal management system, and it will make sure the battery is heated or cooled to optimum temperature at all times with no worry on your end. That has led the Volt to have one of the most, if not THE most, reliable battery systems on the market. Volts with twice this mileage out there still perform like new.
This Volt has factory all-weather rubber mats both front and rear, including the cargo area, the 120V charge cord, tire inflation kit, and owners manual with all original supplements. This Volt has the optional automatic heated front seats as well as the removable rear center armrest.
With an On-Star subscription, you can also use key fob services via phone, monitor charging status, and even remote-start and warm the seats in the winter. Additionally, you can track your driving and efficiency via the voltstats.net website voluntarily. If you want to see the mileage I've gotten on both battery alone and hybrid modes, you can view my history here: https://www.voltstats.net/Stats/Details/8324
Make me an offer! If you want to take a look or take it for a spin, contact me email or text. Thanks!
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