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  1. 4 Year Anniversary of Driving PLUG1N

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    Exactly 4 years ago today I picked up my 2012 Volt and surprised my family. No-one but the fine folks of gm-volt forum knew I was getting a Volt. Well, 4 years of driving my 2012 Volt have been flawless. I'm celebrating today by getting my second oil change done at 86,400 miles. It is still...
  2. How Pep Boys Triggered My Chevy Volt Purchase

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
  3. $10,000 Saved at the Pump!!!

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    $10,000. Yes, I have now officially saved $10,000 at the pump. Sorry, OPEC, ExxonMobil, Shell, BP, etc. Let's run the numbers. Yesterday I reached 66,000 EV miles. My comparison is my previous 23 MPG Dino addicted car. For fuel prices, I used the average national price since Dec 2011 using data...
  4. One month with my VOLT... No turning back!!

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    So it's been 1 month with my Volt and below I have posted some great stats that I been collecting Electric Miles driven = 835.1 Gas Miles driven = 51.1 Car Read out = 929.3mil 4.3gal 212mpg **43.1mil were put on by dealership** First months electric bill = $108.71 Last months electric bill =...
  5. 3 Series Owner Debating Leasing A Volt - Need Help

    Buying, Leasing & Selling - Chevy Volt
    Hi everyone, I currently finance a 2010 BMW 328xi that has 28,000 miles on it. My commute to work is approximately 30 miles, and I only get about 19-20 mpg combined. For the last month or so I've been toying with notion of leasing a Volt. I recently test drove the Volt and immediately fell in...
  6. Another Reason to buy a Volt!

    Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
    I just have to say I will be picking up my new Red Chevy Volt this Friday. VERY EXCITED! One of the biggest reasons for buying this month instead of early next year was the $7500 tax credit. I figure I typically do my taxes early as possible and when I recieve the $7,500 tax credit I will use...