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07-14-2009 12:17 PM
'Vette Dude
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Originally Posted by Martin22114 View Post
Hi,

Now a days GM have problems but still i have faith it will be resolve very soon....
No, GM is more reliable that Toyota now. You are using '90's reasoning to make that statement.
07-06-2009 06:56 PM
Martin22114 Hi,

Now a days GM have problems but still i have faith it will be resolve very soon....
06-05-2009 12:57 AM
samabhi123
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Originally Posted by Saki Girl View Post
We have a Toyota Electric RAV and have re-charged it exclusively with solar cells.
Not a dimes worth of public or fuel generated electricity used to re-charge in over 36.000 miles.
They best range we ever got was about 92 miles on a charge.

The Volt is a natural transition for us.
It'll be re-charged when ever possible with solar cells too.

I would bet it'll go way farther than the 40 miles GM claims.
I'd also bet Toyota and Honda will release their versions too.

Too bad the planned Chevy Cruse wont be plug and play too.
or,, will it?

We'll see.
I see a bright future for GM.
It is a wise decision. You will never feel bad for taking this decision. It is true the future of GM is very bright.
08-15-2008 11:17 PM
Saki Girl
We will certainly buy a Volt.

We have a Toyota Electric RAV and have re-charged it exclusively with solar cells.
Not a dimes worth of public or fuel generated electricity used to re-charge in over 36.000 miles.
They best range we ever got was about 92 miles on a charge.

The Volt is a natural transition for us.
It'll be re-charged when ever possible with solar cells too.

I would bet it'll go way farther than the 40 miles GM claims.
I'd also bet Toyota and Honda will release their versions too.

Too bad the planned Chevy Cruse wont be plug and play too.
or,, will it?

We'll see.
I see a bright future for GM.

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