I agree completely.
2011 Gray #3217 every option
Coloumb CT500 240v charging station
*Except for those made by union employees, or those made by companies that got any bailout money, or cars that are efficient and/or don't use gas.
All of those are bad and need to be derided so they fail. Or so it seems by reading certain online comments, listening to some radio "entertainers", or watching "fair and balanced" bloviators, haha.
Cyber Gray, Std Wheels, Black Leather/White Console, Park Assist. Picked up May 2011
Best All Electric Miles: 54.2
Lifetime: 30,821 miles, 139 MPG, Remaining Oil Life 100%
Typical Commute: 57-67 miles
30 day Stats: 1100 miles, 201 MPG, 82% Electric, 28% gas, Saved 42 gal., 26 kW-hr/100 miles
VOLT TIPS & SECRETS
The only way to be 1st is to act 1st. Everyone buying imports proudly and running (or even participating in) companies that outsource jobs overseas because "they're cheaper" really isn't trying to make the country first, but rather making their own personal income first, everything else second. Those bashing US-companies, even those who got bailouts, are showing signs of treason (in my book). I guess greed trumps treason in a capitalistic society.
I was at a local cruise-night in my hometown this evening. What great cars we used to make back in the day. Chevys, Caddies, Fords, Buicks, etc. Some real beauties down at the get-together. We still make good stuff but all the regulations have really changed the vehicles. Today's cars just aren't as "beautiful" as they used to be. There was even a highly-restored Maverick there. The new EVs of today are going to be classic cars someday. I wonder when we will start seeing tricked-out EVs?