GM Volt Forum banner

Discussions Showcase Albums Media Media Comments Tags Marketplace

1-4 of 6 Results
  1. Chevy Volt News, Events
    This is my first winter with the Volt. I have stock all-season tires on the car. Usually, I put winter tires on my cars, but since I took over a lease and only have it until next year, I didn't get them. I wasn't sure how it would handle in the snow, but I must say I'm highly impressed with how...
  2. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    We had our first big snow storm with the Volt and the the volt didn't like our very steep & long driveway (as we feared) despite studded winter tires. We brought the tractor down to tow it up but I couldn't find any spot under the front of the car that looks appropriate to attach the chain. The...
  3. Generation 1 Chevy Volt (2011-2015)
    Roads were nasty, barely plowed, sleet, slick. Silly question: Going up slippery hills, should I take the traction control off or leave it on? MrEnergyCzar
  4. Chevy Volt Engineering and Design
    After reading the 2012 Volt owners manual I found out the Traction Control (TCS) and the Electronic Stability Control (ESC) can be manually deactivated. This feature is nice because sometimes I like to have "fun". With the 2011 Volt the TCS and ESP cannot manually be deactivated. I am sure other...
1-4 of 6 Results