Chevy Volt Delivers Electrifying MPG as Long As It's Kept Charged
Not since Santa Claus has an arrival been so eagerly anticipated.
It's been more than four years since the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid debuted in concept form. Since then, it's generated more discussion, speculation and debate than an NCAA Tournament bracket.
And now it's finally here — well . . . over there. Already on-sale in a handful of states, Volt won't be available in Missouri and Illinois until fall. But we got to spend a week with Volt, driving it daily and charging it nightly. As a result, we've formed some definite opinions.
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