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Re: “Plug in, turn on, drive out

The Volt's range--how far it can go on a charge--is planned for 40 miles. GM claims more than 200MPG for the gas mileage, but it's not clear to me what that means, since you would normally use no gas unless you drove more than 40 miles. With my car, the electric motor works in tandem with the gas engine, giving it gas mileage approaching 100 MPG for about 30 miles, after which it gets the normal 50 MPG that is the EPA rating for the car. That 30 mile boost is due to a lithium battery that takes 5 hours to charge.

Posted by Neosapiens on 11/11/2009 at 7:29 PM

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