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GM Doubles Down on Chevy Volt's Failure

eellyatt Wrote: Apr 11, 2014 9:18 AM
I have a very good friend who is retired NASA engineer who made long life batteries for satelites. With the care GM gives the battery it is likely to last 14 to 16 years. Pretty much life of the car. It is temperature controlled and never over or under charged. All of these things are good for Liion batteries.
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GM Doubles Down on Chevy Volt's Failure

eellyatt Wrote: Apr 11, 2014 9:08 AM
Sure they want a huge vehicle that gets 40 MPG. Physics just doesn't allow it.
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GM Doubles Down on Chevy Volt's Failure

eellyatt Wrote: Apr 11, 2014 9:07 AM
Apparently you are not noticing them. There are quite a few Volts purchased in Michigan including mine. I was the first Volt sold in Michigan to an end user.
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GM Doubles Down on Chevy Volt's Failure

eellyatt Wrote: Apr 11, 2014 9:04 AM
Volt sells as well as at least half the cars on the market today. Would you have half the cars on the market be shut down? I don't think so. The Volt is the finest car I have ever owned or driven. Just because you haven't bought one doesn't make it a bad investment. Like I said, I can do the math. 2 cents per mile makes alot of sense.
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GM Doubles Down on Chevy Volt's Failure

eellyatt Wrote: Apr 11, 2014 8:53 AM
Only those Americans who can do the math involved with total cost of operation are good candidates for a Volt purchase. I own two of them and yes I did the math. Edward Ellyatt
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