According to AutoblogGreen, both the chevy volt and nissan leaf have poor sales. GM sold just 281 volts and nissan was even more disappointing selling only 67. Leaf has more sales than the Volt does. Leaf sold about 3,657 compared to volt selling only 928. USA Today even claims that the April issue of consumer reports says the range for both cars is significantly less than what the manufacturers claims. The Volt comes in betwen 23-28 miles per battery charge as opposed to the 25-50 miles touted by GM. Nissan does a little bettwen with the Leaf getting an average 65 miles to a charge, but not the 100 miles the company states.
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