Installed the Volt Curt hitch on my 2016 ELR-V yesterday. Went on pretty easily. Pushes up the rear lower valence slightly and sits back underneath so it is not visible unless you bend down or get back a long distance. Will probably need to get an extension piece in order to mount the bike rack; I'm going to get the Thule T1 rack. Will post pictures when that all gets set up.
Here is the hitch, with 7" Curt extender, with rack, and with bike on rack. T1 rack works well; easy to take on and off; holds the bike securely. Need to use the hitch extender (found one at local RV trailer supply store; also available on-line). With this setup I don't recommend anything other than a single bike rack. Also, I used a whole tube of JBWeld adhesive between the extender and hitch (along with a bolt and locknut), to take out the play between those parts and greatly reduce the movement of the bike/rack while underway.
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