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AddGM replacing almost all Chevrolet Volt power cords

The Detroit News is reporting that General Motors will replace the 120-volt power cords on the majority of Chevrolet Volt models the company has sold since 2010. The new charge cords are said to be more durable than the old hardware and should provide "more consistency in charging," according to the report. GM has sold around 10,000 Volt units since the plug-in hybrid went on sale two years ago, and while some of those vehicles have already shipped with the new charge cords, most still use the o

31GM replacing Chevrolet Volt power cords

The Detroit News is reporting that General Motors will replace the 120-volt power cords on the majority of Chevrolet Volt models the company has sold since 2010. The new charge cords are said to be more durable than the old hardware and should provide "more consistency in charging," according to the report. GM has sold around 10,000 Volt units since the plug-in hybrid went on sale two years ago, and while some of those vehicles have already shipped with the new charge cords, most still use the o

AddVideo: Chevrolet shows us how the Volt charges up

Chevrolet Volt charging procedure – Click above to watch video after the jump

60Chevy Volt home charger priced at $490 or nearly $2K with installation

Sure, the sticker price for the 240V Voltec home charging unit designed to quickly and efficiently recharge the Chevrolet Volt is a wallet-friendly $490, but this is a case where reading the fine print is important. That's because the cost to install this charger in your garage is slightly more. General Motors estimates that installation of the Voltec unit will cost you around $1,475, so we're talking about a near $2,000 premium to have your Volt suck down electrons faster than it would if just

AddChevy Volt's "Voltec" home charging unit will be just $490, but installation is still expensive

Sure, the sticker price for the 240V Voltec home charging unit designed to quickly and efficiently recharge the Chevrolet Volt is a wallet-friendly $490, but this is a case where reading the fine print is important. That's because the cost to install this charger in your garage is slightly more. General Motors estimates that installation of the Voltec unit will cost you around $1,475, so we're talking about a near $2,000 premium to have your Volt suck down electrons faster than it would if just

26GM shows off 120V and 240V chargers for 2011 Chevy Volt

Chevy Volt Home Chargers - Click above for high-res image gallery

AddGM shows off 120V and 240V chargers for 2011 Chevy Volt

Chevy Volt Home Chargers - Click above for high-res image gallery

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