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Chevy Volt Delivers Electrifying MPG as Long As It's Kept Charged

St. Louis Today does the math and finds the Volt gets the equivalent of 77 mpg.

Published: 29-Mar-2011

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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