Same here, 4th car and with few dealers carrying Volts ⚡ around here, the ones on the lot were all Premiers with both safety packages.A month ago I faced the same question. I went with the Premier. My reasoning was I buy a new car so seldom (This is my 3rd, and probably my last new car) that I would kick my self forever if I cheeped out. I second Loboc, that ACC is awesome! And everything else!
I was planning on looking at an LT, because the Premier was presumably out of my price range. The dealer showed me an LT, and then they realized it was sold and they had no LT's left So I test drove the Premier and I fell in love with it. They offered me something like $5500 off list by using some kind of Chevy rebate. I was trading in a 2014 base model. I probably would not have upgraded to a 2017 LT, but you only live once, and I like the higher end Base audio, and the leather seats, and the safety packages (1,2). And yeah, the ACC is nice for road trips. But I'm sure the base LT is a very nice car, especially if you don't already own a Volt.Is it worth buying the Premier versus the 2017 LT
I'm curious, how is the lane departure different in the Volt than the Suburban?I wanted the ACC and lane departure warning so I got the Premier. I had assumed but the lane departure warning would operate in the same manner as one in a Suburban I had just rented but it didn't so I was somewhat disappointed. However I am pleasantly surprised with the ACC, I don't think I could go back to regular cruise control.