The other 1400 announced would be a "precall" not a "recall" in anticipation of another disaster should the first one ever be resolved." ================== The other 1400 are sitting at dealer lots. UNSOLD or SOLD to DEALERS for demo purposes. They are low priority right now. They will fix the other 6000 (a number I have been screaming about for a while now) and THEN worry about the other 1400 that are NOT sold to customers.
This shows, there IS a GOD!
Maybe John will finally agree I was far more accurate with what WAS SOLD than what he thought was sold.
It is OVER for VOLT.
If there is an electric car in our future, it won't be VOLT and it will be built by someone else other than GM.
Look for EC at GM to get scrapped.
John...I told you to start looking for another job! This one is not for long!
December was the best sales month so far for the Volt, which outsold its chief rival, the all-electric Nissan Leaf, for a third consecutive month. G.M. sold 1,529 Volts in December, for a 2011 total of 7,671. G.M. already had acknowledged it would miss its goal of 10,000 Volts for the year after low inventories slowed sales in earlier months, but it has said it hoped to sell about 45,000 of the cars in the United States this year.
We are in the very, very early days of Electric vehicles. Excellent that GM is being pro-active and doing the things required to keep early adopters safe. In the bigger picture this is just a tiny thing compared to the overall story of the huge automotive rebound going on. Go F! Go GM!