If you are going for the new 2019 Chevrolet Volt, then we must assure you that you’ve already made the best choice as currently it is one of the most desired plug-in hybrid models that are making rounds in the EV market. The reasons behind its popularity isn’t too difficult to guess. Whether you take the example of its long range of mileage, it’s cozy and comfortable interior, or its glamorous exterior design that makes you feel proud to be the owner, are only additional benefits to the primary reason of going green.
The 2019 Model Year Series
Ask any staff who serves at the Chevrolet dealer Lancaster, and he will agree that the 2019 Chevrolet Volt indeed makes a robust plug-in hybrid choice that doubles up its list of benefits for its owner; firstly as an all-electric daily driver and then for making an efficient gas-aided vehicle, that can accompany you in any kind of road trip. The 2019 series of Chevrolet Volt comes in the garb of a compact hatchback that is highly praised for its usability.
The 2019 series of Chevrolet Volt shows up in two trims, LT and Premier. While the former makes a likeable base model, the latter issues a few more higher trim features with few more options to justify the price difference.
For the 2019 year release, the Chevrolet Volt has received a handful of improvements that include a new 7.2-kWh charger which is offered as an optional feature to reduce the overall time span of charging almost by half, and for the driver, it begets a new six-way power seat.
Look and Feel
As one of the best eco-friendly options offered from an established automobile manufacturing house like Chevrolet, the 2019 Volt had to carry with it a pretty conventional gamut that can hide inside while the sloping roofline and a high beltline make a unique impression on the onlookers and users alike.
Impressive Fuel Economy
Cutting down on the usage of the ever decreasing natural fuel was the primary motivation for Chevrolet to design its electric model series, among which the Volt makes an impressive mark with its fuel efficiency records.
The EPA has rated the mileage range of the all-electric 2019 Volt at 53 miles. The credit for this score should entirely go to its 18.4 kilowatt-hour lithium-ion battery pack that has earned accolades from all corners of the world for its tireless performance.
There is a 1.5-liter inline-4 gas engine as well that is used only as a supplement to the battery, if for any reason the range starts depleting. In this powertrain the 8.9-gallon fuel tank also plays an important role by adding yet another 367 miles of range making a total of 420 miles. Overall the figure of its fuel economy counts about 42 mpg when it combines both city and highway speeds in equal proportion.
At the Chevrolet Lancaster, when we drove the 2019 Chevrolet Volt for the first time, it left us with a positive impression of being a strong eco-friendly travel companion that is both fun and comfortable to drive.