Our family is not in a position to seriously consider purchasing a car now, but when we are I want to “go electric.” I found this comparison tool on Chevy’s website today that is helpful. I love lots of things about the Nissan Leaf, but am not sure I want a “commuter only” vehicle because of the limited range. If it was possible to tow and use a small electrical generator, as I’ve heard some people do with all electric cars, that would make it more viable. Even better if the generator had options for solar and CNG power. http://bit.ly/v1xxkp
What’s your take on the viability and desirability of our latest crop of electric cars? I think the Chevy Volt is looking pretty good.Sent from my iPad
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