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In 2011, Chevrolet unveiled the the futuristic Volt—a practical hybrid that supplements a plug-in electric motor with a conventional gas engine.

The hybrid combination operates in four modes based on range and performance needs. In purely electric mode, the Volt can travel up to 50 miles, or until usage reduces battery capacity to less than 20 percent. At that point the gasoline engine kicks in to regenerate electrical power and/or deliver power to the wheels.

In all-electric mode the Volt returns the equivalent of 93 mpg, a number that drops to 37 mpg in gasoline-only mode; combined fuel economy is 60 mpg. This makes it the most fuel-efficient vehicle with a gasoline engine sold in the United States.

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2011 - 2015 Chevrolet Volt

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Chevy's highly anticipated plug-in/gasoline hybrid quickly became known as a top fuel-efficient vehicle in the small electric hybrid segment, with its electric-only mode hitting up to 40 miles at a stretch.

Aside from its excellent fuel economy, one of the Volt's best selling points is its smooth, responsive handling.

Standard features for 2011 include a touch-sensitive center console and a fuel efficiency driving monitor on the dash. A Premium Trim and Park Assist package are available.

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