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Back a second time with hopes to finally get a Volt

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I was last here about 3 years ago and I ended up only having a 5 mile commute to work and I decided to purchase another Wrangler instead. Well in a month my commute will increase to about 35 miles each way due to a transfer. Back then I was considering 2011?s, but I?m sure there are better options now and maybe some things have changed. I?ve tried to familiarize myself with the site again but I still have questions about what years and should be looking at and if searching for a premium model is with the hassle. There seems to be 8-10 bases for every 1 premium I find. As this will be my 3rd car I?m only looking to spend $15k maximum. I?ve found some 2014 base models with low miles. Can you give me a short rundown of anything that In the 3 years that I?ve been away and please make any recommendations. Thank you kindly. Glad to be back
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Reading some of your past posts, I'm a bit confused. Are you saying you can't charge at all or just not at work?
Copper's a little fixated on charging because his (IIRC) condo board said he couldn't charge at his own place. We all got our "things"... :D
I?m concerned about other threads stating that the seats are uncomfortable. Is this an issue with all of the seats in Gen 1? Is there any difference in leather vs fabric?
It's not that the seats are uncomfortable for EVERYBODY, it's that they're uncomfortable for SOME PEOPLE, and they're differently comfortable from the Gen 2 seats. Nobody has, to my knowledge, suggested that the leather are different from the cloth in that aspect. The upholstery stuffing and framing seem to be uncomfortable for some. Which is why I suggested paying attention while sitting. (Personally I like these seats, and am much happier in them than any car previous.)
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