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24-hour Test Drive and Tweet the Chevy Volt

Chevrolet Volt Huge Discount at Williams Chevrolet . Come take a test drive on a demo unit at Williams Chevrolet  

Social media savvy community members are invited to sign up to test drive the Chevy Volt for a day and share their experience on social networks. Sign up by Oct. 30. Must complete test drive by Nov.9.  #volt #testdrive #williamstc #traversecity #nwmi

Traverse City, Oct. 24, 2012 –  The 2011 Chevrolet Volt, serving as a dedicated demo at Williams Chevrolet, is now available for purchase. Selling for $30,000 – about $14,000 off its original sticker price – the Chevy Volt also qualifies for a $7,500 tax credit this year.

To generate some buzz, social media savvy community members are invited to sign up to test drive the Chevy Volt for a 24-hour period and share their experience on social networks. Sign up by Oct. 30. A limited number of test driver spots are available. Must complete test drive by Nov.9.

Sign up form link – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dHV4ZlZ6bVVPR2puOXotM2tvNnJIYkE6MQ#gid=0

“It’s impressive,” is what many people say after test driving the Volt, the electric car with extended-range capability, at Williams.

“Customer reaction to the Volt has been exceptional thus far, and we know the best way for them to experience the Volt is to drive it,” said Sylvia Dana, Communications Director at Williams Chevrolet. “We are excited for consumer to form their own opinions of this revolutionary car that offers piece of mind that this is the only car that they need to own.”

The Volt is an electric vehicle that offers a total driving range of up to 379 miles, based on EPA estimates. With the Volt an individual can drive gas- and tailpipe-emissions-free using a full charge of electricity for the first 35 miles of their commute. When the Volt’s battery runs low, a gas-powered engine/generator seamlessly operates to extend the driving range another 344 miles on a full tank. Not only can consumers run errands around town but they can also take the Volt on extended trips or vacations without having to worry about charging the battery.

Media Contact:

Sylvia Dana, 231-995-7541, sdana at williamstc dot com

About Sylvia

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