Kelley Blue Book Reviews 2016 Chevrolet Volt – Video

FEB 17 2016 BY MARK KANE 11

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

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).

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.

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.

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

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 😛

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

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

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.

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

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