"No compromises!"5.0 starson by voltie
Cons: OCD risk - maximizing efficiency is fun
Summary: This car cost me $45,000 (fully loaded). I get $7,500 federal credit and $6,000 state (CO). I also got 0% financing for 6 years. My typical daily commute is less than 40 miles, which means most days I will never use gas. Electricity is $.05 / kWh which makes the per mile cost of electricity driving 1/7 that of gas. This makes this car a $25,000 car (present value) for me. There is no $25,000 car that compares to the Volt for safety, luxury, performance, comfort and pure driving fun. You'd need to spend $35,000 to find a gas vehicle that even comes close to the Volt on these measures.
I'm looking for excuses to drive.
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