2016 Chevrolet Volt
The Chevrolet Volt 2nd generation car as a model year 2016 isn't available nationwide, but the 2017 model year Volt will be.
Deliveries of first 2017 Volts are expected in the Spring, while order books open this month.
The 2017 Volt will get “Additional Content” compared to the outgoing 2016, but according to the autoevolution.com, the additions aren't that significant.
If you wondering whether it's better to buy the 2016 or wait for the 2017, here are the main differences:
- Adaptive Cruise Control
- Forward Automatic Braking
- compliant with the Tier 3 Vehicle Emission and Fuel Standards Program to make EPA happy
- new color Citron Green Metallic (extremely limited availability according to the article)
For more details on the 2017 Volt, check out this very informative post from a Chevrolet dealer in Texas.