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I have a Chevy Cavalier. It cost $68 Cdn to full the little gaz tank. I hope to change my car for Volt in 2010.
 

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Will you change your cavalier for a Volt if this car costs more than 45 000$ ?
I will be willing to buy a Volt in 2010 but only if it costs less than 30 000$
 

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I would a electric car with max speed is up 60 mph ... and I like Volt futurist body. :cool: But 45000$ is a lot of money. I think is the price for a new ecologic technology.:p
 

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Welcome to the forums!

I hope to switch too, but only if the Volt's lifetime cost is cheaper than a normal gas car. If not, I'm getting a CNG powered car (Honda Civic GX if I have to, it's only new CNG car available in the US, the big three bailed out).

Refueling Civic GX:
http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=fziLt4cisMk

Accelerating in Civic GX:
http://ca.youtube.com/watch?v=CQ0MEVQVNIA

Not all that impressive, but not bad considering it's a 4-door 1.8L running on the same fuel you use to make an omelet at a cost of about $1 to $2 per gallon (GGE). :)
 
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