2017 Chevy Volt to Get Additional Safety, Eco-Friendly Features
Though the 2016 Chevrolet Volt is still hitting many dealerships across the U.S., plans are already in the works for the 2017 model year. However, the 2016 model is thus far so successful, that very minimal changes are scheduled. Among those is the addition of Adaptive Cruise Control and Forward Automatic Braking. Also, the hybrid hatchback will meet with Tier 3 Vehicle Emission and Fuel Standards Program compliance. What this means is basically a reduction in tailpipe and evaporative emissions, as well as a lowered sulfur content in gasoline. The final update is the addition of Citron Green Metallic to the exterior color palette, available in both trim levels on a very limited basis. Standard equipment remains the same as the 2016 model, as does pricing. For the few minor changes Chevy plans to make in 2017, it will be a slightly safer and more eco-friendly vehicle than the 2016 model. That said, Chevy knows when to innovate, and when not to mess with a good thing. For more information on the 2016 and 2017 Chevy Volt, visit Gregg Young Chevrolet in Norwalk.
Gregg Young Chevrolet of Norwalk
2501 Sunset Drive
Norwalk, Iowa 50211