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Chevrolet Volt In a Gasoline-Only Scenario

January 12th, 2010 01:25 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

s122604 sends in a performance review of the Chevy Volt, paying particular attention to what happens after the initial plug-in capacity has been depleted. This reader adds, “The review indicates that the performance is adequate, and perhaps better than anticipated. If the Volt can deliver technically, especially with the possibility that it could retail for less than expected (WSJ subscription may be required), does GM have a potential hit on its hands?” “How well will General Motors’ Chevrolet Volt drive once it gets past its 40 mile all-electric driving range and starts to rely on power generated by its gasoline engine? That’s been a question for both critics and fans of the Volt, and with just 11 months to go before this car hits the market, I got the answer.”

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