Thursday, December 02, 2010

Volt Gets Warranty on Battery

For many buyers, purchasing a new vehicle is always a great thing. This is especially true if the vehicle you are buying is carrying a relatively new technology. Therefore, for those who wish to purchase a new 2011 Chevrolet Volt electric motor and all, the company is offering a warranty on your new battery.

The company will provide a fully transferable to 8 years, 100,000 warranty on the battery. After rigorous testing, the company expects the Volt battery will be able to perform at top form.

When fully charged, the electric vehicle must be able to travel up to 40 miles on electricity. If this is depleted, the gasoline engine kicks in to help recharge the ground. The company adds that drivers who are under 40 miles each day will definitely benefit from Volt electric motor and gasoline are free.

Another thing the company noted that previous reports of the Volt to get an EPA estimated 230 miles per gallon are no longer applicable. Currently, the feds are still working on the new calculation.

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