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~~~~~~~~~WAS IT WORTH THE MONEY INVESTED?~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Chevrolet's Volt extended-range plug-in car, launched late last year, has gotten glowing reviews from many auto critics. But Consumer Reports isn't among them. When you are looking at purely dollars and cents, it doesn't really make a lot of sense. The Volt isn't particularly efficient as an electric vehicle, and it's not particularly good as a gas vehicle either in terms of fuel economy," David Champion, senior director of Consumer Reports auto testing center, told reporters Monday. From The Detroit News: starters, G.M.’s vision turned into a car that costs $41,000 before relevant tax breaks ... but after billions of dollars of government loans and grants for the Volt’s development and production. And instead of the sleek coupe of 2007, it looks suspiciously similar to a Toyota Prius. It also requires premium gasoline, seats only four people (the battery runs down the center of the car, preventing a rear bench) and has less head and leg room than the $17,000 Chevrolet Cruze, which is more or less the non-electric version of the Volt. In short, the Volt appears to be exactly the kind of green-at-all-costs car that some opponents of the bailout feared the government might order G.M. to build. Unfortunately for this theory, G.M. was already committed to the Volt when it entered bankruptcy. And though President Obama’s task force reported in 2009 that the Volt “will likely be too expensive to be commercially successful in the short term,” it didn’t cancel the project. Nothing else has so successfully incorporated all of the key aspects of Toyota’s golden child --big fuel-economy numbers, a unique name and styling, and enough range and people and cargo space that it can be an only and everyday car. Those traits have enabled the sales of nearly 2 million Priuses worldwide since its 1997 debut. With the possible exception of a fairly cramped back seat and an undersized cargo hold, the Volt checks all the boxes, plus it outdrives the hybrid competition. "--Car and Driver "Based on my recent test-drive, the Volt is up to the job. It's fun to drive, practical, good-looking and in a league of its own technically. The sleek compact accelerates briskly. Its handling is responsive and sporty. The interior provides plenty of space and comfort for four adults."--Detroit Free Press "With a starting sticker of $41,000, the Volt might as well run on diamonds . . ."--Detroit News "The Volt feels very normal and that's a very good thing. Consumers are likely to discover a car that doesn't seem that dissimilar to their current car, even though the mechanicals underneath the skin are radically different. In fact, the Volt certainly seems like a more traditional car -- in look, driving feel and design -- than the wildly successful, previous-generation Toyota Prius."--Edmunds "That leaves us with the elephant in the room: price. The $41,000 tab is probably $10K more than the car merits, and doesn’t include installation of the 240-volt charger needed to reduce the recharge time from 11 to 4 hours. Uncle Sam forks over $7500 of that, and several states will bridge the rest of the gap."--Motor Trend "The Volt has the pace and the flexibility to be a primary car for nearly anyone, unlike its chief EV rival, the Nissan Leaf. "--Left Lane News
Chevy Volt - Great buy, my Liberal friend. The government will even pay you to buy one. Wow!!! The taxpayers really appreciate your thoughtfulness in saving the earth that they'll even pay you so you can save some more union jobs. You can drive this sucker for a whole 40 miles before your 8 hour recharge. Just think of it ------- a whole 40 miles. One drawback, though. The battery doesn't charge very well in the winter, nor can you drive it that far in the winter. Cold weather is a drag in the winter. But, maybe you should drag a trailer behind your Volt car with a spare battery in it. That's pennsylvania though, you'll be saving the earth; good thinking. What do you think, by the way? DUHHHHH @@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@
"Unfortunately for this theory, G.M. was already committed to the Volt when it entered bankruptcy. And though President Obama’s task force reported in 2009 that the Volt “will likely be too expensive to be commercially successful in the short term,” it didn’t cancel the project." Don't tell me, let me guess. If he HAD banned the project, you would have accused him of interfering in business, right? Heaven forbid the President should hope for something that didn't turn out to be as promised! It's all the libbies fault, isn't it?!
Totally not interested in these kind of cars. Can they haul my big boat? Toy hauler? Sandrail? Come on. I need a truck a massive truck that looks good and can haul my toys and some A$$! The bigger the better! I have a Ford F450. Fire engine red. I love it and wax my truck almost weekly, at work or at home! Take pride in American muscle! Next buy is a Ford F650. Hopefully this year!
I don't like the plug-in aspect - but i think eventually, america could make a great hybrid car the volt was a good try - but we can do better - not give up
I never liked the way they look either... i say they remake the muscle cars from the 60's-80's
If you don't want one, then don't BUY one. But please keep your anger-filled rants to yourself...