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V2 for a Volt ???

Tuna

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Joined
Nov 4, 2011
Messages
796
Location
Mustang, OK
V-Series Cadillac(s)?
'11 V Wagon, ( '13 427 Vette & '14 ATS)
I was on a different Caddy forum recently and read a thread that a "V2" owner sold the V and bought a Volt. Seems that the commute to work in the V was killing his budget. If there is a draw back to V ownership, it's the mileage. Then again if you buy a V, you probably ought to budget all the costs involved with owning one.

I actually understand as my wife and I bought a Volt to save a little money on gas but we're keeping the "V Wagon" anyway. We traded in one of our Vettes instead. :smile:
 

hollywdv

Seasoned Member
Joined
Nov 9, 2011
Messages
49
Location
Hollywood, CA
V-Series Cadillac(s)?
2011 CTS-V Sedan
I was on a different Caddy forum recently and read a thread that a "V2" owner sold the V and bought a Volt. Seems that the commute to work in the V was killing his budget. If there is a draw back to V ownership, it's the mileage. Then again if you buy a V, you probably ought to budget all the costs involved with owning one.

I actually understand as my wife and I bought a Volt to save a little money on gas but we're keeping the "V Wagon" anyway. We traded in one of our Vettes instead. :smile:

Just like everyone else, I feel the pain, but I'm not ready to give up the V just yet. Sure, LA traffic kills my mpg, and with 91 hitting close to $5/gallon..it hurts a lot, but when I get a slither of open road (pretty seldom in LA) and just let her rip a bit, all my worries/pains goes away! It's great to have a V!
 

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