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Looking over the VW ID.4 and the Chevy Bolt (“See the USA, in your Chevrolet”). Both start about $33,000 for the basic model. Both are little boxes on wheels but the interiors are interesting. Really hate being pushed into this by the government. Will probably be having to get a used Toyota Prius for the Aggie. A used gas model would be so much cheaper. Fortunately don’t have to decide now. Once gas reaches $10 a gallon in Lyin’ Biden’s on-purpose “incredible transition,” that will be the time to get it on.

UPDATE: The Nissan Leaf’s basic model starts at only $20,000 and Nissan, in general, has a better reputation than either VW or Chevy. Toyota, however…

Electric cars

That’s what Lyin’ Biden intends to force us all to buy by raising gasoline prices beyond what most people can afford. Trouble is the existing electric cars are either too expensive (Tesla goes for about $70,000); too mundane (the Chevy Bolt at $33,000) or a replacement battery costs almost as much as the car (The $27,000 Nissan Leaf can replace for about $15,000). Other than disliking being forced by lying politicians to do anything, I’m thinking it may be wiser to walk. Or ride a bicycle, like the rest of the world’s peasantry. Or continue working from home, for those who are able to do so.