Kelley Blue Book Reviews 2016 Chevrolet Volt – Video


Chevrolet Volt

Chevrolet Volt

Kelley Blue Book joins the club of 2016 Chevrolet Volt reviewers.

This time we get a presentation and helpful insight before buying included with a dose of fun.

“The first generation Chevrolet Volt reveled in futurism. With a more traditional look this time around, Chevy hopes to attract a new breed of buyers who want an eco-friendly commuter without the ultra-modern pretense.”

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11 responses to "Kelley Blue Book Reviews 2016 Chevrolet Volt – Video"
  1. David Murray says:

    I like how he refers to the new Prius as “aesthetically challenged.”

  2. A nicely done and entertaining video by KBB team. The regen paddles on the steering wheel are a cool feature.

    Not mentioned in video, is the 2016 Volt is only available in ZEV states (CA, OR, & few northeastern states).

    1. Yup says:

      Yes, but the 2016 Volt is out of production now. The 2017 Volt, which is the current model, is available in all 50 states. This change just happened a couple weeks ago.

      1. Chris says:

        Correct – check (search for 2017s) and you will see 2017s showing up across the country now although most are still in-transit and I suspect only the bigger dealerships are getting allocation. I see at least two dealers here in the Dallas area showing inventory coming in as an example.

  3. Benjamin says:

    KBB videos, lately, have all been filmed in and around my hometown, LBC area. Snoopdog town.

  4. ms says:

    I want one – as a wagon. The car is perfect exept they chop off the trunk and currently that most likely means getting an suv/cuv 🙁 why can’t Chevy make a second version designed with more utility in mind, even if it cuts that range to 35 miles? It would still eliminate our daily commutes and allow us a vehicle that does everything we need 😛

    1. Alpha777 says:

      I don’t know. Agreed 100%.
      Add some rear seat headroom with a wagon body, and you’d get more small business sales too.

      1. Alpha777 says:

        Looks like it’s ok if you’re 5-10 or 5-11,
        but, if you’ve got tall kids, you cannot buy.

    2. Spider-Dan says:

      Well, when the Mitsubishi Outlander (eventually) comes out, we’ll finally have a solution for the buyers who prefer more room over better range/MPG.

  5. Warren says:

    None in my state. I’d have to go 185 miles, half way across the next state.

  6. JimGord says:

    When listing alternatives how could he forget the Kia Soul EV? This reviewer needs to catch up.