June 10, 2011
-- The 2011 Volt makes Kelley Blue Book’s “Top 10 Green Cars list”
Many die-hard Chevy fans are elated that the much-awaited Volt has finally entered the U.S. market. As gas prices continue to increase, consumers need fuel efficiency to increase as well. Now used Chevrolet shoppers will have to reconsider their car preferences:
the 2011 Chevy Volt has made the #2 spot on Kelley Blue Book’s “Top 10 Green Cars” list. Sales team members at Chevrolet dealers like Chevrolet of Homewood are excited to offer a model that is both popular and fuel efficient.
Falling just short of the all-electric Nissan Leaf on the list, the 2011 Volt is sure to please any used Chevrolet shopper who steps behind the wheel. Kelley Blue Book, however, acknowledged that although some argue that the Leaf is greener, others point out the Volt’s superior range. In any case, the organization can “recommend both, depending on the needs and desires of the buyer. As a bonus, the Volt looks like a tasteful vision of the future – inside and out – and is one of the most fun electrically driven cars.”
The Chevy Volt runs on pure electric power for the first 35 miles – after that, the gasoline engine kicks in and powers the vehicle for up to 379 miles. This can prove to be troublesome for top competitors like the Honda Insight and even the Toyota Prius, and sales team members at Chevrolet dealers like Chevrolet of Homewood are confident that the Volt will win the hearts of more consumers than any other hybrid.
To test drive the gas mileage or obtain more details about the Volt’s features, interested consumers are encouraged to visit their favorite Chevy dealer to consult a sales team member.
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