Looking to find out what the difference is between the Chevrolet Volt and the Chevrolet Bolt? You've come to the right spot! Keenan at Auto Outlets of Webster is here to explain the difference between the two. 

The Chevrolet Volt: 
Is estimated by the EPA to travel 53 miles purely on electric. For example if you have a 20 mile commute to work and back you would be saving a ton on gas, because your vehicle will only be running on electric. Once you get home you can charge it! If your employer has a charging station you can charge your vehicle at work! If you are planning on traveling further distances, the Chevrolet Volt will use gasoline from it's tank to power the engine. When the battery is depleted the car starts functioning like a conventional no-plug hybrid, aka your traditional hybrid vehicle. 

The Chevrolet Bolt:
If you are looking for a full electric vehicle, the Bolt is purely electric and has a 238 mile range. When you switch over to an electric vehicle you save thousands, because there are no oil changes, belts or spark plugs that need to done. Plus, plenty of charging stations in the Rochester, NY area offer free charging. 

If you are looking for a Chevrolet Volt or Chevrolet Bolt, Auto Outlets USA has a wide selection of high quality used electric vehicles to choose from. For more information on electric vehicles check out our library.