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Living with the Volt

David Blaza
5/23/2011 02:27 PM EDT

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elctrnx_lyf   5/23/2011 5:03:53 PM
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It is mentioned that the engine charges battery running so how does the mileage limited to 38miles for single charge?

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elctrnx_lyf   5/23/2011 5:03:15 PM
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David, you are really lucky to get a chance to drive volt. And I feel GM did a great job after been criticized for vehicles like Hummer. The interior electronics looks really attractive and 38 miles is definitely good enough for an average office commute. By the way what is the exact price?

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