While You Were Sleeping: Cheap Chevy Volt, Tesla and Fisker Do Things Online and Iran Wants F1

Mark Stevenson
by Mark Stevenson
while you were sleeping cheap chevy volt tesla and fisker do things online and iran

Even though the first-generation Chevrolet Volt has had its price slashed every year since its debut, the next-generation range-extended electric vehicle will be priced even lower. This aims GM’s offering squarely at a number of more traditional hybrids.

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  • Sportyaccordy Sportyaccordy on May 04, 2015

    Volt is looking really attractive........... You would save about $1200 a year compared to a regular car if you charged up only. That's huge. Still though..... Golf Sportwagen with an APR chip....

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    • Bball40dtw Bball40dtw on May 04, 2015

      The savings still isn't there on a buy. A Cruze is still going to be $8K-$10K less, after tax incentive. It's also going to really depend on your commute. I do think the Volt is an excellent lease. That government money used as a capitalized cost reduction is great on a 24-36 month term.

  • Redav Redav on May 04, 2015

    Maybe the new Fisker burned down?

  • Stckshft Stckshft on May 04, 2015

    Does Mary not have time to go shopping for new pant suit?? Can't she at least send an assistant to the store?

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    • Chicago Dude Chicago Dude on May 04, 2015

      It's ok for a guy to have 2 or 3 suits as long as he mixes up the ties on a daily basis, but a woman needs to have a different outfit for each day of the month or people start forgetting entirely about her job and just focus on her attire. Is the Volt crap because of her pant suit?

  • Wmba Wmba on May 04, 2015

    Amazing story on the DEA. No recourse for the truck owner as decided by an actual judge. Along with the eminent domain rules in the US, it's surprising there haven't been a couple of dozen additional revolutions since 1776. You're free unless you're not, and it's legal. Seems unconstitutional but I'm a foreigner used to the hand-waving Americans indulge in when boasting about personal, as opposed to governmental, freedom.

    • Lorenzo Lorenzo on May 05, 2015

      Not all American judges are "actual". Some of them are political appointees wearing black dresses. The federales know which judges to go to, who can be persuaded that the government has a "compelling interest" in this or that. With our system, it's not over until the appellate court cases have made their way to the US Supreme Court.