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  1. Volt 67,000 miles with lifetime mpg of 33? Concerns

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    I am thinking of buying a used Volt that used to be a company fleet vehicle. I am concerned with the fact that the lifetime mileage shows 33 which means it was mainly run only on Gas. It is a 2012 model. Can this kind of thing cause any issues to the battery long term. I just am concerned it did...
  2. Let's play a game. No prizes, just pride!

    Totally Off-Topic
    OK. Maybe you already do this. Every time I fill the tank, I reset (one of) the trip computers to keep track of my mpg for that tank. I have a 12 mile commute. As of this morning I'm on Day 18 since I last opened the gas cap :D Driven 560 miles 5 gallons of gas used 125 mpg (app) :cool...
  3. 10,000 Mile Review Video....

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Here's my mileage review of the first 10,000 miles driven. I'm sure the energy display towards the end of the video will confuse people out in the Youtube world but you guys here will know why the KWH and gas numbers look too good to be true.... http://youtu.be/mDdwyUTi0rU MrEnergyCzar
  4. $15.37 Versus $189.50

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    $15.37 versus $189.50 is the difference in cost between operating my Volt for the last 1,000 miles and operating the car that my Volt replaced. In that 1,000 miles I drove 950 miles on electricity and averaged 4.34 miles/KW. The cost of electricity (off-peak) was 4.6 cents per KW for a total...
  5. Please Check My Math / Logic: 41 MPG

    Chevy Volt Engineering and Design
    Hi All, I see a lot of discussions online about the Volt including comments like: "When running on gas, the Volt gets around 30 MPG." If my logic and math are correct, I am getting about 41 MPG in Gas Mode (i.e. after the battery is depleted). The following calculations are based on figures...
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