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Chevy Volt Follows Stupid 2012 with Stupider 2013

tbejma Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 9:37 PM
But they are selling. They are the best selling (by far) electric vehicles in the world... "Chevy Volt sales may be seem slow, but they still outsold the rest of the plug-in cars on the U.S market in 2012. In 2012, they accounted for 45% of all plug-in electric car sales in the United States, at 23,461 units,"
eellyatt Wrote: Mar 04, 2013 7:14 PM
The Volts just keep on selling. The 4 most traded in cars on a new Volt: Toyota Prius, Toyota Camry, Honda Civic, BMW-3 series. In that order! Keep rolling out your diatribe. I am going to buy a second Volt as soon as I can for the wife. We can really save on gas. Maybe not use any more than a tank every few months on both vehicles.
zapf99 Wrote: Feb 12, 2013 12:41 AM
They're selling about as well as Prius did during their first three years in the market, and it's a tougher car market than in 2000. Not too bad, really.
NewJAl Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 11:44 PM
I believe GM is in trouble, again. At least I think so.
The union members and their bosses are running it into the ground again.
And, again, if members knew all the perks and salaries of union leadership, and Republican workers knew how much is siphoned off to Democratic campaigns, they would not be happy, but they are in no position to object, and are dependent. And perhaps even grateful, as they are fleeced.
coveyrise Wrote: Feb 11, 2013 9:52 PM
Duh, they didn't even sell half of what they projected. Outselling every other care that doesn't sell does not make it a success.

After a year that can only be described as “stupid,” the Chevy Volt is gearing up to make 2013 even stupider still.

I know, I know.

You find it hard to believe that a mostly-owned subsidiary of the United States government and the Obama administration- like GM is- could get any stupider than say Fannie Mae, or Federal Reserve Bank.

Yes, that’s tough competition, but in the “idiocy” category GM seems to be the ruling champion.  

Not only have they lost substantial amounts of taxpayer dollars, they have managed to do it while generating record profits...