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Chevrolet Volt Tops Consumer Reports Owner-satisfaction Survey. Again.

It’s hard to make it to the top of Consumer Reports’ Owner-Satisfaction survey once.

How about two years in a row?

That’s exactly what Chevrolet Volt owners said when asked who they think is the best, and they did it in back to back years.

This time around a hefty 92% of Volt owners said they would buy their car again. That’s pretty impressive.

Keep in mind that Consumer Reports is as an independent organization beholding to nothing but the truth. That’s why what they say holds so much weight.

Rik Paul, Consumer Reports auto editor, said, “The Volt’s two year reign at the top of our satisfaction survey points to the continuing trend of owners’ enthusiasm for cars that are fuel efficient.” He adds, “especially as we see more and more hybrid and electronic models hitting the market.”

Consumers backed that statement up by showing high marks on other fuel-efficient models, including the Toyota Camry Hybrid, Prius, Prius C and the Nissan Leaf.

And speaking of Chevrolet’s, another model you may have heard of, the Corvette, topped the Sports Car category. Another huge bonus for the domestic brand. Overall, the survey included responses from owners of 350,000 vehicles.

For more information on the Chevy Volt or the Chevy Corvette, call David Maus Chevrolet at 407-547-2600 or visit us at 972 Towne Center Blvd.


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Chevrolet Volt to increase MPGe!

Chevrolet just announced that the Volt’s MPGe (miles per gallon equivalent) will increase 3 miles from the 2012 model. This extended range difference will be an additional 380 miles for Volt drivers! With minor alterations to the material composition of the battery cell chemistry, Chevrolet is making small steps to a great achievement.

The 2013 Volt will also have an awesome power gauge on the dashboard as well, which will show new information about where the energy to operate the car is coming from, how much gas is being used from the tank, and how much electricity is being used from the battery.

“This attention to detail will allow our customers to experience more pure EV range, which is the true benefit of owning a Volt.” Bill Wallace, GM director of Global Systems Engineering, said.

With a commitment to make the biggest impact on the environment, Chevrolet is making the Volt the ultimate vehicle in gas mileage!

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