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  1. 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. Generation 1 Volt (2011-2015)
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  3. 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. 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. 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. 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...
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