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1 Electric cars get charge from stimulus on Sat Feb 21, 2009 5:14 pm

rosco 357


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i think chevy will have a market for these, its a bit expensive for me, but a good tax credit, i see many ppl that this would fit their drive style, its not ugly like many electric cars, one would have to research the battery life before replacements, and also the cost on new batteries, but it looks as good as a camry and cars in that range, if it was loaded, with the tax credit, i guess the price would not be so far out of range, i hope GM can work things out , it saddens me as we all grew up with chevys, take care



Chevrolet VoltCost: Est. $38,000
Tax credit: $7,500*
The Volt is expected to go on sale in late 2010. It can go up to 40 miles on plug-in power alone. Beyond that, a small gasoline engine will generate electricity on the run so drivers can go farther without stopping to recharge.
General Motors targeted a 40-mile range because that's farther than most Americans travel on most days. That means many drivers could go weeks using very little, if any, gasoline.

Instead of trying to increase the range, engineers will concentrate on reducing the cost of future versions of the Volt, GM executives have said.

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