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  1. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Hi, I just purchased a used 2013 Volt for my commuter car. I drive approx 46 miles each way to work. About 32 highway, and 14 city. I live in mild climate, in the San Francisco Bay Area. I'm overwhelmed by the different ways people drive these cars and was hoping someone could give me some...
  2. Generation 2 Volt (2016-2020)
    Hello! I have read that many components are now lighter: Electric motor-generator, ICE, Battery, ... And there is a new platform. Anyone knows the difference between volt 1 and 2 (total weight). Also, I read (on this board) that it uses up to 13.8kwh before the ICE kicks in, compared to 10.5...
  3. Li-Ion Battery, Charging, Mgmt System - Chevy Volt
    SO, I've had my 2014 for a month now, have around 1000 miles and have figured out most of the differences from my 2012. Two things puzzle me: 1) Charge completion time actual performance. I have the car set up to start charging when it needs to to be ready to go at 6:45 AM. In my 2012, it would...
  4. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    I have had my 2013 for 13 months now, so I have been through one winter here in Toronto. When I got the car in September 2012, the best range I saw in the morning on the car was 87km (54 miles). Of course, when the cold weather arrived, I got much less. The lowest was 50km (31 miles) in the...
  5. BMW
    This, over at The Detroit News: http://www.detroitnews.com/article/20130622/AUTO0104/306220023/BMW-s-electric-car-range-predictions-seem-optimistic?odyssey=mod|newswell|text|FRONTPAGE|p Contrary to the "nay-sayers", battery tech seems to be advancing 'just fine' from where I sit (in my Volt, etc.)
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