Are you forgetting it's a Volt? Mine has almost 50k miles on it, but only about 6k on the engine. At 22k I probably had 3k on the engine. I wouldn't really call that an extended oil change interval.YIKES! I'm all for extended OCI, but 22k miles, w/o an oil analysis, seems extreme, especially on the original oil.
Tires? I used to rotate RWD tires every 10k miles. FWD? Every 5k miles. Your tires will last much longer, and there's less chance of uneven wear/tread noise.
This. I follow the owner's manual service schedule. Some dealers will want you to spend more than needed.Check the owner's manual. They have what has to be done to keep up warranty.
I disagree with this. ALL dealerships survive on income from service, NOT sales. If service departments fail, dealerships close. This decreases competition.Check the owner's manual. They have what has to be done to keep up warranty. I do not feel any duty to keep the Chevy dealers in business. I do feel the front wheel bearings are the weak point on the car. Are they the same as the Cruze? Volt is a heavier car and would need heavier duty bearings to compensate.
I assuage that urge with letting them do the "put snows on, take snows off" dance, and whatever incidental breakage happens. They got to install a new 12v and replace a shifter handle since the winter galoshes came off.19% and close to 24k or two years is a good time to go. The dealer will likely think you are not looking after your car properly and will react similar to some posts here. It is part of being a volt owner. I average about 18 months now just because that is when I start feeling guilty for not supporting the dealer every 3 months.