Wednesday, June 20, 2012
2012 Chevrolet Volt Ride & Handling
The power steering on the Volt runs on the car’s 12V system, which maximizes horsepower, performance and efficiency. The Volt uses 4-wheel ABS disk breaks making for precise and responsive braking even in an emergency. The Volt also harnesses braking power with its electro-hydraulic regenerative brake system—transferring energy to the brakes into the Volt’s battery. The Volt comes standard with forged aluminum wheels made with a forged and flow-form process used in making racing wheels. The Volt is equipped standard with the StabiliTrack Stability Control System, which automatically engage the Volt’s traction and braking systems if the vehicle does not exactly follow the drivers intended path. The Volt also uses a traction control system that prevents wheel spin.
All of the above factors are just a sampling of the features that make the handling and drive experience of the Volt Exceptional. Come test drive a new Chevrolet Volt today at Art Gamblin Motors and experience the Chevy Volt’s superior handling for yourself. We know you will welcome our pressure-free environment staffed by expert sales associates. Most of all, you will love the way we treat all of our customers like family—something we have been doing as a family owned and operated business for over 40 years. Come see us here in Enumclaw Washington and discover for yourself why we are the highest online rated Chevrolet dealer in the state!