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Even though the new Nissan Leaf and the Chevrolet Volt are two very different cars when it comes to details, they do have a common denominator: they are the most technologically advanced eco-friendly vehicles that are mass-produced and readily available in the U.S. market. That said, it’s interesting to see how they’re doing in sales this year.
Believe it or not, it’s a fierce neck-to-neck sales battle so far in 2011 with only 17 cars separating the Leaf from the Volt. Nissan has delivered 2,184 examples of the pure-electric Leaf from January to the end of May, while GM has sold 2,167 units of Chevrolet’s extended range electric vehicle in the same period.

However, that may soon change as Chevrolet has just expanded the availability of the Volt from seven states plus the District of Columbia to all 50 states in the USA. GM also lowered the base price of the 2012MY Volt by $1,000 to $39,995 (or $32,496 after applying a $7,500 federal tax credit), but the Chevrolet is still significantly more expensive than the Leaf which retails for $32,780 ($25,280 with the tax credit).
Nissan Leaf vs Chevrolet Volt: Who will Win the Sales Battle? - Carscoop
 

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Volt looks more stylish but I love nissan, so I have to go with the ugly looking Leaf lol. And you won't have to pay for gas Blu but you will electricity.

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You know, never mind ugly. It doesn't look half bad when I stare are it long enough lol.
The owners so far that have reported about their Leaf's have reported a $15 or so increase in electricity a month, which isn't bad compared to what some people spend on gas a month. I spend about $60 or so on gas a month.
 
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