Are batteries and knowledgeable garages dwindling since the Volt is discontinued?

Asked by GuruPYC7K Jan 15, 2020 at 08:06 PM about the Chevrolet Volt

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I'm interested in purchasing a Volt, but I'm concerned about maintenance and
repairs now that it's discontinued. Is it becoming harder/more expensive to
find replacement lithium batteries or find a dealership that knows how to work
on the Voltec powertrain if need be?

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I wouldn't think so. There are still thousands of them on the road and the GM mechanics who have been working on them up till now haven't lost their memories. From what I've read in car publications and forums they are extremely reliable and trouble free although everything breaks down eventually. For what its worth, I haven't come across anyone, anywhere, ever, who doesn't love their Volt.

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