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Chevy First to Sell 100k Plug-in Electric Vehicles in U.S.

Chevy First to Sell 100k Plug-in Electric Vehicles in U.S.
When you think about automakers that make plug-in electric vehicles and hybrids, the name Chevrolet might not be the first to come to mind. You might first think about Tesla, Toyota, or even Nissan. But Chevrolet has been in the plug-in electric game since the start too, and has announced that the Volt has beaten all other makers of plug-in vehicles to a major milestone of selling 100,000 cars in the U.S.
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Nissan to Launch Extended Range EV in 2016 Says Exec

Nissan to Launch Extended Range EV in 2016 Says Exec
Nissan has been making an EV called the LEAF for a long time now, and the car is fairly popular among EV buyers. The big problem with that LEAF and all other EVs is range anxiety; you can’t take most EVs on long trips.
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EPA Pegs 2016 Volt with 106 MPGe rating

EPA Pegs 2016 Volt with 106 MPGe rating
The Chevrolet Volt is an interesting car, but it hasn’t exactly sold like gangbusters. The plug-in hybrid car is updated for 2016 and Chevy is hoping the revision will help it reach more buyers. The new 2016 Volt certainly has better driving range with the ability to travel 53 miles on electricity alone – up from 38 miles in the outgoing model.
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Chevy Still Has 6,000 Unsold 2015 Volts

Chevy Still Has 6,000 Unsold 2015 Volts
I have said before that I can certainly see the appeal of the Chevy Volt. Most of us would rarely need to buy fuel since the car in original from can go as far on electricity as most of us drive in a typical day.
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Volt Production to Stop to Ramp up for 2016 Model

Volt Production to Stop to Ramp up for 2016 Model
The Chevrolet Volt has been around for a few years now and it is an interesting vehicle. The car is a plug-in hybrid with a generator inside that powers the battery when the charge runs out.
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2016 Chevrolet Volt

2016 Chevrolet Volt
Chevrolet lifted the veil off the 2016 Chevy Volt at the 2015 Detroit Auto Show, finally revealing the car that will be wrapped around their revamped Voltec electric drivetrain. The updated Volt follows on the heels of the #1 selling plug-in vehicle in the United States, the first-generation Volt.
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Chevy Improves Drivetrain for 2016 Volt #nextgenvolt

Chevy Improves Drivetrain for 2016 Volt #nextgenvolt
The current Chevrolet Volt offers a good blend of city-focused electric capability, along with a fuel-efficient gas charging engine to alleviate range anxiety for long trips. However, pure EV range is limited to about 35 to 40 miles.
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