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Compare the Chevrolet Volt to the Toyota Matrix L

2017 Chevy Volt
Features

 

Fuel Economy
35 city / 40 hwy (mpg)
Fuel Tank Capacity
9.3 Gallon
NHTSA Overall Vehicle Safety Score
5 STARS – 4-Front, 5-Side, 5-Rollover
Warranty Coverage
    • 3-year/36,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty.

 

  • 5-year/100,000-Mile Powertrain Limited Warranty.
  • 5-year/100,000-mile Roadside Assistance Program.
  • 2-year Maintenance Warranty.
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    2013 Toyota Matrix L
    Features

     

    Fuel Economy
    25 city / 32 hwy (mpg)
    Fuel Tank Capacity
    13.2 Gallon
    NHTSA Overall Vehicle Safety Score
    N/A – 4-Rollover
    Warranty Coverage
      • 3-year/36,000-Mile Bumper-to-Bumper Limited Warranty.

     

  • 5-year/60,000-Mile PowerTrain Limited Warranty.
  • 2-year/25,000-Mile Roadside Assistance Program.
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    Fuel Economy/Value

    When it comes to fuel economy, the 2017 Chevy Volt is the clear winner over the Toyota Matrix. With 10 more city and 8 more highway miles per gallon, the Volt is prepared to save you a lot of money in gas! In fact, if you drive both vehicles an average of 20,000 miles annually, the 2013 Chevy Volt will save you approximately $770 more in gas than the Toyota Matrix each year! That means that over the life of Chevy’s exceptional 5-year/100,000-mile PowerTrain Limited Warranty, you will save up to $3851 more in gas costs! This value exemplifies Chevy’s belief that you should spend less money at the gas pump and more time enjoying your vehicle on the open roads.

     

    Vehicle Safety Rating

    While these two vehicles’ safety ratings cannot be accurately compared because of the safety ratings that the Toyota Matrix has not reported, we can compare what we know. We know that the 2017 Chevy Volt’s safety rating for Rollover-crash tests is higher than the Toyota Matrix’s. With only the Matrix’s Rollover-crash test rating to go by, the 2017 Chevy Volt is the clear choice for vehicle safety in this side-by-side comparison.

     

    Warranty Coverage

    Typical for most vehicles, both the 2017 Chevy Volt and the 2013 Toyota Matrix feature 3-year/36,000-mile Bumper-to-Bumper Limited warranties. However, the differences in their PowerTrain Limited warranties and their Roadside Assistance Programs is quite surprising. When it comes to PowerTrain Limited warranties, the 2017 Chevy Volt goes that extra mile… 40,000 extra miles to be exact!! But what about the Roadside Assistance Programs? Well both cars’ programs feature the following services:

    <> > Lockout Service – You will be assisted when you accidentally lock your keys inside the vehicle.

    <> > Flat Tire Change – A spare will be installed for you.

    <> > Fuel Delivery – If you run out of gas, $5 worth of fuel will be delivered to get you back on the road.

    <> > Emergency Towing – Your car will be towed to its nearest dealer.

    <> > Jump-Starts – If you need your car jump-started, you will be assisted whether at home or on the road.

    However, the 2017 Chevy Volt’s program outlasts the Toyota Matrix’s by a whopping 3 years and 75,000 miles! This impressive warranty coverage makes the 2017 Chevy Volt the clear choice for ensured vehicle reliability, and it exemplifies Chevy’s dedication to you.

     

    Summary

    In its side-by-side comparison with the Toyota Matrix L, the 2013 Chevy Volt showed its superiority in fuel economy, vehicle safety, and warranty coverage, making the Volt the better choice in reliability and value for smart car buyers.

    And where better to shop for your Chevy Volt than at one of the three George Weber Chevrolet locations near you!? There is a reason Weber Chevrolet has been the favored choice of St. Louisans for 114 years. So swing by and let us show you our large inventory of Chevy Volts and other great vehicles!

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