A couple weeks ago, while transitioning from battery to ICE on the highway, the ICE failed to come on (plenty of gas) and my 2013 Volt went into reduced power mode. Long story short, it never ran again. Dealer said total battery failure when checking all three modules. Car has 107K so Chevy refused to assist on replacement costs ($10,000). Regional service manager apparently got no joy from "Chevy HQ". Car value is now zero. Do I have any options? I love the car...
What? Did your car get struck by lightening? If not, then pretty unlikely the entire battery pack went bad. A battery failure would more likely only involve a single cell going bad. The Gen 1 had 288 cells. I would get a second opinion.
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