Bill258 Wrote:
Feb 23, 2013 9:46 AM
For 2012, Government Motors (GM) had a goal of about 45,000 Volt sales in the U.S. 23,461 were sold ... 52% of the goal. The base model MSRP, including shipping, is $39,995. A replacement battery costs $23,805, but an auto repair shop cannot buy one. Your Volt must be taken to a Chevy dealer and the service department, not the parts department, will order a battery. When delivered, the Chevy service department will replace the battery. Higher priced gasoline is required. The owner’s manual states: "Use premium unleaded gasoline with a posted octane rating of 91 or higher. If the octane is less than 91, you could damage the engine." newsandopinions dot net