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5,000 mile update. This is a GREAT car. I am a perfect distance from work, 15 miles each way, so I pretty much stay on full battery power all the time. At last check, I am over 91% electric over the life of the vehicle, and have averaged 338 MPG. They don't take the electrical cost into account when they make that up online. I've used a total of 16 gallons of fuel to go that 5,000 miles. And the gas part was for trips to Disneyland. Over the winter, well what we call winter in Los Angeles, the range of the battery went down to around 30 miles. That was to be expected. I'd buy this car again in a heartbeat, regardless of the commute distance to work. Off battery I still get over 30 MPG. The only thing I wish for, every day, is a handle over the driver door. There's a set of roof handles above the rear doors, I can't for the life of me understand why Chevy didn't put them in the front.Report it
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