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  1. Chevy Volt General Discussion, News, and Events
    Actually about 1/2 a tank worth. This is from June 9, 2013 through last Sunday. I realized a day late that I actually hit the mark. Missed the opportunity to get a pic of the trip odometer as I reset it also on June 9th. So I roughly used 4.3 gallons to drive 75,000 miles. Works out to...
  2. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Today PLUG1N reached 80,000 total miles with 16.7 gallons burned. 80,000 EV miles will have to wait until Sunday since I have 139 gas miles. Also with 80,000 miles the federal emissions warranty expires. So with 80,000 miles my electrical costs have been $1,968 based on $0.0246 / mile. Gas...
  3. Chevy Volt General Discussion, News, and Events
    Congratulations to Erick Belmer for reaching this amazing milestone. I just have to say, I'm glad I don't have his commute! http://www.voltstats.net/Stats/Details/1579
  4. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Today is the 3 year anniversary for when I picked up PLUG1N. Hard to believe 3 years ago I surprised my family with my Volt. Hands down, this is the best car I have ever owned. 63,000 EV miles and it has been virtually problem free. The honeymoon never ended and I still love driving my Volt...
  5. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Last night I reached 60,000 EV miles. I reached the 60,000 total miles a few days earlier. So how is my range after 60,000 EV miles in less than 3 years, 1053 days to be exact. Maybe this picture can answer that question. The biggest hit on my range was going to new or let's say newer...
  6. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Well, it took a long time since I hit 50,000 total miles until I reached 50,000 EV miles. But 1.5 days later I managed the long slog of putting another 140 miles on the odometer. So, my VOLTEC warranty is now (actually 2 days ago) officially 50% over, or 50% yet to go. I guess it depends if...
  7. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Today, I reached the milestone of driving 10,000 electric, gas-free miles in my Volt. I haven't been to a gas station since December 11 of 2012 and have been averaging 611 miles-per-gallon (yes, that's six-hundred-eleven). Today was also the day that the royal baby was named, "George...
  8. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Woo-hoo! :D With this post/message, I have officially reached the 1,000 message plateau! :o carry on...
  9. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Woo-hoo! I surpassed 5,000 miles this week on pure electricity. 5,000 miles using ZERO gallons of gas! :D For the rare times when I do use the gas generator to propel my car, I'm averaging over 330 miles per gallon (MPG). I got my 2013 Volt back in mid-September and am averaging about 90% EV...
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