Just 4 days after we've stumbled upon 2015 Chevrolet Volts available in the inventories of U.
S. Chevy dealers, the golden bowtie manufacturer releases all the info we've been waiting for. The entry-level front-wheel drive Volt holds a $34,170 MSRP and comes with a 17.1 kWh Lithium-ion battery pack with rechargeable energy storage system, a 0.6 kWh jump from the 2014 MY.
Even though electric-only miles are the same as on the outgoing model, a number of owners of the 2014 Chevy Volt reported on various forums that they're getting an increased real-world full charge capacity compared to what the manufacturer promised, which translates to an even higher figure for the recently unveiled 2015 model year. The GM brand promises 98 MPGe combined or 38 miles of all-electric travel, together with a 37 MPG combined economy, adding up to a total range of 380 miles.Read Article