Last month, General Motors announced it would be ending production of many models in 2019 — including its Volt range-extended electric car.
In production since 2010 (2016 for the current, second-generation model), the outgoing Chevrolet Volt offers an all-electric range in excess of 50 miles per charge before its range-extending engine kicks in. And unlike other plug-in hybrids on the market, it’s capable of all-electric mode until its battery is empty.
But with the Volt leaving production, should you get one?
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