Here’s the good news about the ObamaCar known as the Chevy Volt: There haven’t been any reported fires connected with the ObamaCar since the company recalled 8,000 of the electric vehicles—that’s one in six vehicles.
That is no fires, if you don’t count the people who’ve been “fired” from the Volt production line as sales continue to make Obama’s “one million” electric car promise just another broken dream in a crooked scheme.
Obama promised that by the time he finished as president, he’d put a million electric cars on the road.
Thankfully, he won’t quite make it.
No telling how much it would cost to put a million on the road after calculating the costs of putting 60,000 on the road.
So far the GM has manufactured only about 62,000 cars, if you count sales of the European model the Ampera.
“Sales of the Volt meanwhile fell 25.6 percent from February 2013 to 1,210 units last month,” says the GM Authority blog. “And while the Volt still holds on to the overall sales lead over the Leaf, Volt sales appear to be slowing in 2014. In January, Chevrolet moved 918 units of the Volt, down from 1,140 in January 2013 and 2,392 in December 2013.”
And despite slashing the price by $5,000, 2013 saw fewer Volt sales than 2012.
“The Volt saw a boost upwards from a November slump and sold 2,392 units in December,” says AutoblogGreen. “That puts the plug-in hybrid's annual total at 23,094, just down from the 23,461 sold in 2012.”
If Ralph Nader contended that the Corvair was “unsafe at any speed,” then I contend that the ObamaCar demand has reached it’s apex and is “unwanted at any price.”
That might be because no one can actually tell buyers what it might cost to replace the batteries in the car.
Continues the AutoblogGreen: