I am not wealthy enough to buy an Chevy Volt that I cannot actually drive anywhere. Owning one is a political statement, not an economically feasible own. Work is too far (more than 20 miles} weather is too hot/cold for battery life. Counting the cost of charging and replacing the battery in 5-8 years; the cost of ownership greatly exceeds a conventional car. Not to mention I greatly dislike the Chevy Cruise from which it is based. Too small of an interior for my body to fit comfortably; the corner of the rear door nearly impales me when open the door, the ride if rough, and unlikely to survive an accident with a normal side car.
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