I know one guy with a Chevy Volt. The peculiarities I was unaware of
1. Premium fuel is required because it has a longer shelf-life
2. If the fuel still gets too old, the ECM will run the engine to burn it.
He wouldn't know the maximum range, we live on an island, and his
commute to work is one mile.
On Fri, 29 Nov 2013 00:43:32 -0800 (PST), email@example.com wrote:
I'd be more inclined to buy new and dump it after two or three years.
The battery replacement is very expensive so that affects the price of
a used one.
Biggest problem with both full electric and hybrid is the cost and
lack of payback. You pay quite a premium to save a few bucks a week
Anyone know how well the heaters work? AC? I still want my comfort
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