Chevy Volt versus the Toyota Prius again Hybridcar

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Chevy Volt versus the Prius, again

Far more than plugging in?

The reality of cost effectiveness

Sure, we ve the Chevy Volt against the Prius in the past, but this we have some real Unfortunately, the numbers don t look So, if you think the Volt is set to save you might not want to read any

Since yesterday, many compared the Nissan Leaf to the Volt. I don t believe in such a Range anxiety is real and a like the Leaf will resonate with the masses you can cut the price of the vehicle in half,

The Chevy Volt, on the other could easily convert the into plug-in vehicles, as as the Volt is cost-effective.


Today, you can lease a Prius for per month, while a Volt will soon cost

The average Prius drivers $825 per year on fueling The difference between Volt and lease payments after a is $1800. Consequently, even if the uses nothing but free it will still cost more to lease per year.

Of perhaps if gas prices hit $6.00 per then the Volt will be but considering higher gas prices the cost of everything higher, most Americans even be to afford a new car?

But won t the Volt much less to maintain a Prius?

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Certainly not on a three year and since you can buy two Prius hybrids for the of one Volt, there isn t even a to compare purchasing cost-effectiveness. it comes to purchasing, the Prius is a far deal. Moreover, the battery on the Volt will probably not be as long term, as has been the cheaper Prius battery

In fact, in terms of maintenance, is easily the biggest cost, and if companies price Volt fairly, it should cost to insure a Volt than a a good bit more.

Today, the Volt just isn t cost-effective compared to the Prius, and s even after a $7500 tax that some have enables GM to reduce lease by $200 per month on the Volt s 3 lease option, but what after the tax credits expire?

battery costs will down, will they by $7500 per car in the near future? wouldn t such battery improvements also make the cheaper, lighter and more efficient as the king of hybrids then switch to lithium?

And, yet, that isn t the most disturbing Volt After a decade on the market, cars still account for than 3 percent of market Hybrids, such as the Prius, are not perceived to be cost-effective by most and the Volt will even be far cost-effective and much more

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