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2016 Chevrolet Volt - Edmunds Road Test

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edited March 2016 in Chevrolet
2016 Chevrolet Volt - Edmunds Road Test

I was staring at the cargo area in our long-term 2016 Chevrolet Volt with my hands on my hips. I was attempting to install the small sheet of fabric that Chevrolet deems fit to call a cargo cover when one off the hook points comes loose.

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Comments

  • banhughbanhugh Posts: 315
    It looks like there is a twist and lock mechanism on these hooks. I guess they didn't twist them enough at the production line...
  • daryleasondaryleason TexasPosts: 501
    Don't worry. They use "bungee cords" for the hooks. In a week, they'll be stretched out worse than a 40 year old contortionist and won't pull on anything. That's something that GM and the other car companies have failed at is cargo nets/covers that use nylon/elastic covers and nets. They stretch out horribly.
  • schen72schen72 Posts: 433
    That cargo cover is not designed to last the 15-20 I keep my cars. it does look very flimsy.
  • sharpendsharpend Posts: 177
    GM engineering, yo.
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