Why I will never drive a Chevy Volt

Hold Off on Buying That Chevy Volt; Price to Drop $10,000 in Face of Dismal Sales By: Mark Modica 05/09/2013 - 09:31 Great news for consumers who are considering buying General Motors' green wonder car, the Chevy Volt. I know how excited those environmentally I have been vindicated, the VOLT is a POS nobody wants it and know if you bought one you just lost 10 g in value. What a joke they are!!!!!!!!!

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