What do you think of the 2010 Chevrolet Volt?

Asked by CarGurus Oct 28, 2008 at 08:47 AM about the Chevrolet Volt

Question type: General

What is so great about this car? Have you ever driven one?

17 Answers

This is pretty awesome. I do wonder how well the battery will do in New England winters!


I like it. good i idea for a daily driver to work and back...but ill stick with my small 4 cylinder cars for now :D


very nice... but will end up like ALL chevy concepts... plastic pieces of crap

looks very hot..the modeling and the interior is awesome..wonder if itll be another bust or can be of some use...

it almost looks like a honda those blasted copy cats


much better than original concept, that was ugly as hell

I hope they offer leather. Just because it is a fuel efficient/green vehicle, doesn't mean it can't have luxury too. I also hope they reduce the price a bit. These things are projected to run $40,000+.


Kyle Lomeli: i read that GM tested in all weather conditions from extreme cold to desert heat with little to no ill effects.

luxury? i dont think so... its a great rehash of the ev1 but i mean look at that dash!! A couple of lcd screens and grey plastic console doesnt make it flash!


Contrary to the dawn of the "Big 3", I think this is a well designed attractive sedan.


Offer a convertible version, and I'm on board!

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