If you've been thinking about getting an electric car, you may want to check this out first. The invoice from a dealership for a battery for a 2012 Chevy Volt was more than it would cost to buy a new version of the car.
There's one problem with that plan: They stopped making Chevy Volts in 2012.
The battery for this car needed to be replaced when it only had 70,000 miles. After taking a look at this invoice I'd say it's time for this guy to move on from this vehicle:
Bet that Chevy Volt sounded like a good idea at first. pic.twitter.com/q57U0gZowU
— Rob O'Donnell (@odonnell_r) August 25, 2022
NBC2 caught up with the electric car owner and got his input on the situation.
"$30,000 is a lot to fix anything on a car," the car owner said.
This could obviously create some hesitancy for those thinking about purchasing an electric vehicle. Meanwhile, California and other states have decided to ban the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035.
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