Easy to say ... oh so hard to prove. Links dude.<quoted text>
Point #1, thanks for proving my point. I stated that many of the cars that the volt outsold were very high end cars that only appeal to a very small portion of the population such as BMW 7 Series, Mercedes S Class and others like them, I will also bet that the volt out sold the Bentley, Rolls as well as the AMG Mercedes. The only fly in your thought process is that none of the cars you or Mentioned were built as gas saving daily commuters.
Point #2, I see that documented facts such as my sales figures for the first eight months of 2012 (facts that are documented and can be found on the internet as well as chevy web sites qualify as spam when they go against your rants.
Point #3 about the 100K mile figure. If it has been stated and restated without being proven untrue than you must not be able to deny the truth of the statement.
Point #4, and last, I have a good friend who was general manager at a chevy store in Florida and he told me how the salesmen and others at the dealerships would joke about the volt and it's pathetic sales figures when customers were not around.
Which Chevrolet will go down in history as the worst car, The corvair of Ralph Nader fame, The Vega that you could hear RUST on a quiet night, or the Volt that has never met any sales expectations and was rushed into production before chevy had the technology to support it?
17 months ... 8 gallons of gas purchased. What an awesome car. And I love the way you say that a 37 mpg Elantra is great. My charging costs equate to 100 mpg when gas is $2.70 a gallon. Have you seen $2.70 a gallon lately???? 37 mpg is a gas hog dude. I would cringe if I had to pay that much per mile again.
Chevy Volt owners have saved 9 million gallons of gas. At $4 a gallon in CA (where most Volts are sold), that is a savings of $36 million.
37 mpg? Wow. That is ancient technology my friend.
OK Dolt, you can come out of the closet now.