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2017 Chevrolet Volt

The 2017 Chevy Volt splits the difference between an electric car and a hybrid, giving Tampa and Sarasota drivers an option that is truly unique in the auto world. While other plug-in hybrid vehicles do exist, few can go head-to-head with the Volt and come out looking like an alternative. From its spacious and well-appointed cabin to its advanced safety features to the state-of-the-art powertrain, the Volt has come to define the modern hybrid.

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Starting at $33,220

2017 Chevrolet Volt
106miles per gallon (city/highway)
149horsepower, 1.5L 4-Cylinder

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Trims and Pricing

There are just two trims to the 2017 Chevy Volt, but with how well-equipped the base model is and with the available upgrade options from Chevrolet, we think drivers will be more than happy with what the LT and Premier models have to offer.

  • 2017 Volt LT: $33,220 (MSRP)
  • 2017 Volt Premier: $37,570 (MSRP)

Don’t forget to take advantage of the available $7,500 federal tax credit that makes hybrids like the Volt even more affordable.

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2017 Chevrolet Volt exterior


This is the second year that the redesigned Volt has been in production, but for many drivers it’s their first exposure to the update, as the 2016 model had just a limited release. The Volt makes an impression from the start thanks to its smooth, sleek exterior design, outfitted with chrome accents front, side, and rear and sporting lighting elements, door handles, and mirrors that flow into and out of the aerodynamic curves of the car. The new body structure is apparent but subtle, keeping this Chevrolet an elegant car without getting excessively bold.


We know many drivers are coming to this car for its engine, and the 2017 Chevy Volt performance specs and fuel economy make it a smart buy for any driver looking to save on fuel without compromising on fun.

  • Power: Twin electric motors work with a 1.5L four-cylinder engine to deliver 149 hp and a near instantaneous torque response.
  • Charging: The Volt can go from zero to a full charge in about 4.5 hours on a 240V outlet while the standard 120V charging station brings a full charge in about 13 hours.
  • Range: The electric-only range of the Volt keeps the everyday commuter from hitting the pump, offering up to 53 miles of driving on a full charge and 420 miles on a full charge and a full tank of gas.
  • Filling Up: Chevy estimates drivers will be going 1,000 miles or more between fill-ups if they are regularly charging their Volt.

Interior Design and Features

The exterior redesign smoothed over the Volt and gave it a more subtle feel, albeit one accented by chrome, but the interior is engineered to by both stylish and familiar. The new dashboard is a straightforward, intuitive option that puts advanced technology right at your fingertips. Luxury classics like leather upholstery and heated front seating are available as well, and the optional two-tone color schemes give the interior an even more exciting look.

Here’s an idea of just some of the features you’ll find on the Volt:

  • Chevy MyLink: An 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system is standard on the Volt and gives drivers access to all of their media needs as well as relevant vehicle information. Sync a smartphone with Bluetooth for integration of familiar apps and to stream music and make phone calls, all through MyLink.
  • OnStar: Chevrolet’s standard OnStar concierge service does more than give drivers turn-by-turn directions; it brings 4G LTE Wi-Fi connectivity to the cabin to keep your cellular data plan intact on long drives.
  • Bose Stereo: An eight-speaker Bose stereo system is available, bringing to the Volt the high-quality audio a driving soundtrack deserves.
  • Wireless Charging: The available wireless charging station lets you just set a compatible device down on it during your drive, letting it rise up to a full battery level without ever needing to plug in a cord.

Advanced Safety Technologies

In the cabin and under the hood, the 2017 Chevy Volt has some of the most advanced features. General Motors brought that same level of ingenuity to the safety of the vehicle with advanced driver assistance and accident prevention technologies. In addition to standards like antilock brakes, a suite of 10 airbags, and OnStar emergency notification, you’ll find the following advanced and standard safety features:

  • Rearview Camera: Back up with confidence in the 2017 Volt with its standard rear vision camera system, engaging when you shift into reverse.
  • Pedestrian Safety Signal: This standard feature alerts pedestrians when the car approaches in its near-silent all-electric mode.
  • Lane Departure Warning: This available feature monitors the markings on the road and alerts the driver if the Volt starts to drift from its lane.
  • Forward Collision Alert: This available safety feature is able to sense when a forward collision is likely and warn the driver to apply the brakes and avoid the accident.

2017 Chevy Volt Reviews

Now that it’s had a bit of time on the market, the 2017 Chevy Volt reviews are coming in, and we had to share a few with you for a bit of perspective on just how unique this car is.

  • Edmunds: “The 2017 Chevrolet Volt offers unique plug-in hybrid functionality in a sleek, high-tech package. For the right shopper, it’s a home run. The Chevrolet Volt’s options list grows…”
  • Automobile Magazine: “The new Volt is a gargantuan leap forward. Not only is it more capable, efficient, refined, versatile, and user-friendly than the original — it’s also cheaper.”
  • CNET: “The 2016 Volt is actually pretty fun to drive. No one’s going to argue that it’s a sports car, but the sedan does feel more comfortable in its own skin and within its enlarged performance envelope.”

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Test Drive a 2017 Chevy Volt Near Tampa and Sarasota Today

There really are no other vehicles on the market like the 2017 Chevy Volt, and we think the best way for Tampa and Sarasota drivers to understand just what we mean by that is for you to get behind the wheel. Visit Cox Chevy at 2900 Cortez Road West in Bradenton to take a test drive of the new Volt and see for yourself why this is such a popular, fuel-sipping car. Contact us online or by phone at 888-350-4514 to schedule your time behind the wheel.

*EPA-estimated 53-mile EV range based on 106 MPGe combined city/highway (electric); 367-mile extended range based on 42 MPG combined city/highway (gas). Actual range varies with conditions.



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