Holden Volt Ready for Australian Market
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The Volt will be the third ‘green’ car to go on sale in Australia, after the Mitsubishi iMiEV (priced at $48,000 AUD) and the recently launched Leaf. However, it may have an edge over the two other cars, in the form of its range extender engine which will make it much more practical and useful for covering the vast distances that people in Australia often need to cover - distances which would render both the Leaf and Mitsubishi useless.
It may even force some Ford fans to give up their rivalry with Holden, and make the leap to actually buying one, as Ford does not offer any ‘green’ cars in its Australian lineup.
Story via thewest.com.au
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