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Totally looking forward to my new Volt, which my local dealer acquired via trade with a dealer ~200 miles away. I got the only LT we could find w/in several hundred miles (including Boston and Albany) with a light ash/dark ash interior. I'm surprised Chevy puts out almost all Volt LTs in the Northeast with jet black interiors, which I just don't prefer - they heat up too much and get dirty too easily. Curious if others feel the same way.

I estimate 75% of my miles will be electric, based on my driving patterns (# of trips I take at different distances). That's my goal, we'll see how it goes.
 

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Totally looking forward to my new Volt, which my local dealer acquired via trade with a dealer ~200 miles away. I got the only LT we could find w/in several hundred miles (including Boston and Albany) with a light ash/dark ash interior. I'm surprised Chevy puts out almost all Volt LTs in the Northeast with jet black interiors, which I just don't prefer - they heat up too much and get dirty too easily. Curious if others feel the same way.

I estimate 75% of my miles will be electric, based on my driving patterns (# of trips I take at different distances). That's my goal, we'll see how it goes.
Hook up to VoltStats and you'll know how many of your miles are electric twice a day.
 

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Yes, I had to settle for an all black interior when my dealer couldn't find one in the area with a two tone. They look great
 

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I went all black because the light gray interior and the brown one both reminded me of old GM interiors, it just looked even more plasticky
 

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What color is the exterior with the light ash interior? Can I assume white?
Silver Ice Metallic exterior. Should be good with the light/dark ash interior... should be... we hope so...
 

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Hook up to VoltStats and you'll know how many of your miles are electric twice a day.
Thanks hellsop - Looks like one needs OnStar to use VoltStats. I guess I'll try VoltStats while I have the free trial period, but I don't expect to use OnStar after that - but I've never tried OnStar, so we'll see.
 

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Thanks hellsop - Looks like one needs OnStar to use VoltStats. I guess I'll try VoltStats while I have the free trial period, but I don't expect to use OnStar after that - but I've never tried OnStar, so we'll see.
VoltStats is one of the things that keeps working with the free OnStar Basic plan, which you'll qualify for after the trial is done.
 
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