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2014 Chevrolet Volt

5dr Hatchback with Enhanced Safety Package 1 & Heated Seats

Asking Price

$11,995

Details

  • Condition
    Pre-Owned Clear Title
  • Engine
    1.4L 4 CYLINDER
  • Drivetrain
    Front Wheel Drive
  • Interior
    Jet Black seats/Dark accents
  • VIN #
    1G1RA6E45EU159057
  • Mileage
    63609
  • Transmission
    Automatic
  • Exterior Color
    White Diamond Tricoat
  • Stock #
    42981
  • Warranty
    As-Is

Just arrived is this underrated, PLUG-IN HYBRID, NO-ACCIDENT, NONSMOKER 2014 Chevrolet Volt!

WINNER OF U.S. NEWS' 2014 BEST UPSCALE MIDSIZE CAR FOR THE MONEY AWARD, this Volt offers excellent acceleration from a stop and good handling!

It also has only 63,609 miles on its odometer!

The 2014 Volt has some of the best safety ratings in the class. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety named the Chevy Volt a 2014 Top Safety Pick+. The IIHS also gave the Volt its top score of Good in four crash tests.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the Volt a perfect five stars for overall safety, as well as in its side and rollover crash tests. It received four stars in the frontal crash test!

As Edmunds writes, ''Plug-ins marry the hybrid and EV concepts and allow pure electric operation for a given distance before switching over to their hybrid mode. And the Volt just so happens to offer considerably more electric-only range than its handful of plug-in hybrid rivals.

Specifically, the Volt can run about 38 miles on battery power alone, after which point the 1.4-liter four-cylinder gasoline engine kicks in to generate electricity that extends the car's overall range by another 300 miles or so. By comparison, the Volt's plug-in competitors can only run about 10-20 miles before switching over to hybrid mode. What this means is that the Volt is potentially better suited as a pure electric commuter car for those with shorter drives to work. If your typical driving stints are about 30-40 miles and you're able to recharge in between, you could go a very long time indeed without visiting a gas station.

Recharging the battery pack completely requires plugging the car into a 120- or 240-volt outlet, though regenerative braking and the engine generator can help recharge it to a certain extent. Using a 240-volt power source, it takes about 3 hours to recharge a...


OEM Options

EMISSIONS
Manufacturer Code Description MSRP
FE9 EMISSIONS, FEDERAL REQUIREMENTS $0
PAINT
Manufacturer Code Description MSRP
GBN WHITE DIAMOND TRICOAT $995
SEAT TRIM
Manufacturer Code Description MSRP
AFA JET BLACK SEATS/DARK ACCENTS, PREMIUM CLOTH SEAT TRIM $0
ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
Manufacturer Code Description MSRP
V7X ENHANCED SAFETY PACKAGE 1
-inc: (DD8) auto-dimming inside rearview mirror
(UD7) Rear Park Assist and (UVC) Rear Vision Camera
$575
KA1 SEATS, HEATED DRIVER AND FRONT PASSENGER
-inc: AUTO heated seats (selectable automatic activation)
$200