2017 Chevrolet Volt vs 2017 Nissan Leaf
As hybrid and electric vehicles continue to become more and more popular, more and more model options are being brought into the fold. That can make finding the hybrid or electric vehicle that perfectly fits your needs that much more difficult. But that’s where we come in. Because here at Jack Burford Chevy in Richmond, KY, we strive to make sure your car-buying experience is as simple and hassle-free as possible by providing you will all the information you need to make an informed purchase.
In this case, we’re helping you out by comparing the 2017 Chevrolet Volt with the 2017 Nissan Leaf. Both are hatchbacks, which allow for more passenger space and cargo capacity than your typical hybrid or electric vehicle, but that’s where the similarities pretty much end. With the 2017 Chevy Volt being a gas-electric hybrid and the 2017 Leaf being completely electric, you won’t ever have to stop at the gas station with the Leaf, but you also won’t get the driving range offered by the 2017 Volt. To see what we mean, let’s take a closer look at the 2017 Chevrolet Volt versus the 2017 Nissan Leaf.
|2017 Chevrolet Volt||VS||2017 Nissan Leaf|
|1.5-Liter Direct-Injection High-Efficiency Engine||Powertrain||80 kW AC Synchronous Electric Motor|
|53 Miles||Electric Range||107 Miles|
|420 Miles||Total Range||107 Miles|
|149 HP||Horsepower||107 HP|
2017 Chevrolet Volt: More Power with Better Overall Range
As we mentioned, the 2017 Chevrolet Volt is a gas-electric hybrid, meaning it can run on both gasoline and an electric charge. The 2017 Nissan Leaf is solely electric. That means the Leaf has a better electric range – 107 miles – than the Volt’s 53 miles, but that also means the Leaf’s range ends there. When looking at total range, the 2017 Volt completely outclasses the Leaf with a range of 420 miles on a full charge and full tank of gas compared to the Leaf’s, well, 107 miles.
The 2017 Chevy Volt also offers you more power than the 2017 Leaf. With its 1.5-liter direct-injected high-efficiency engine, the 2017 Volt can provide 149 horsepower. The 2017 Leaf’s 80 kW AC Synchronous Electric Motor can only provide 107 horsepower.
If you have any questions about the 2017 Chevrolet Volt, please feel free to reach out to our friendly and knowledgeable Jack Burford Chevy staff. They’re here to help in any and every way possible.