How does the Chevy Volt EV handle snow? (Video)

In this video, a 2016 Chevy Volt takes on snowy roads and performs quite well. The video reviews a fully loaded Volt Premium and finds it lives up to expectations for a car priced at around $42,000. After the federal tax credit, the total cost is a quite reasonable $34,500.

Here’s the video description from Fast Lane Car Reviews:

“2016 Chevy Volt – The new Chevrolet Volt displays an all-new sleek exterior design, weighs less, is 12 percent more efficient and provides more range (53 miles EV city and 420 miles with combined EV and gas engine based on a full charge and full 8.9 gallon gas tank). Top speed is electronically limited to 98 mph, and the Volt is capable of zipping from 0-60 mph in 8.4 seconds, and the Volt now accommodates 5 passengers, with available heated seats.”

Posted by Steve Hanley

Steve Hanley is a car nut and Formula One addict who occasionally drives his Mazda MX-5 on track at HPDE events. He has been known to drive to Nova Scotia just to see the lupins in bloom or to Watkins Glen for a weekend of historic racing. He writes about automobiles, technology and travel from his home in Rhode Island.

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