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  1. Jeff Shaw

    August 30, 2010 at 12:09 pm

    That’s a fascinating story, and very well-written. Makes me want to drive one, despite its looks.

    I doubt it’ll make me regret going to clean diesel, especially since I commute from Durham daily and the Leaf takes 18 hours to charge fully. But it’s still an exciting new entry into the market, and I’ll be interested to see how things shake out for the Leaf and its gas-backed counterpart, the Volt.

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