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Old August 9th, 2013, 05:04 AM   #8
phittie1100
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I was just doing the same math - local dealership has them for $281/mo, 36mo lease, 15k miles/yr, $950 due at signing. It's actually cheaper (lease price) than the Cruze Eco, and for most of my commuting/work driving would run on battery for like $1.05 per day. Between Bosch and Consumers, the rebates on a 220v charging station (installed) is about $0.11 different than the cost, and gives a 4hr charge time vs 10hr.
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