The 2019 Chevy Volt combines the best attributes of an electric-and-gasoline car, allowing owners to travel up to 53 miles solely on electric power, yet quickly refuel with gasoline during long trips. A $7,500 federal tax credit goes a long way to helping digest the Volt’s $35,000 price tag, well worth the price considering the car’s coolness factor.
New Features and Revisions
The 2019 Volt Premier gets a power driver’s seat and a new 7.2-kW onboard charging system for faster battery replenishment when using a Class 2 charging station. The charger is a $750 option on the base model. Other new features include a Volt-exclusive energy app, HD rear-vision camera, front and rear pedestrian-alert system and available adaptive cruise control.