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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – November 25 –
My son has a Chevy Volt. The retail price is $41,430. The Federal government maximum rebate is $7,500. $41,430 minus $7500 equals $33,930. The advertised price is: As Low As $31, 645, which I don't understand. There is a $1000 rebate on a charger, so that's probably part of the explanation.
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Jay Leno has a Volt with over 111,000 miles on it. I don't understand:
For starters, as of September, he had yet to fill his gas tank since December 2010, even after 10,000 miles.
Maybe it's a typo, maybe the author intended 100,000 miles. In any case, Leno could travel back and forth to work without buying gasoline.
Each Chevy Volt battery pack will have about 220 cells and cost about $8,000, as previously announced by GM.
So, $8,000 divided by 100,000 miles equals $.08 per mile.
One more thing. The country can't be passing out $7,500 gifts. 2000 Volts times $7500 equals $15 million.
Any good accountant would frown on such spending in a private company. This country has bad management.
Chevy Volt sales: http://www.verumserum.com/?p=34784
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