“I really hate the satellite navigation in the Ampera," he said. “I paid for the top specification system, but I should have just got a stand-alone satellite system.”
Green says the Ampera's advantages -- the car's heating and air conditioning system, heated leather seats and the absence of range anxiety -- make it the better car for him, despite missing some of the Leaf's features.
So far, he admits he hasn’t filled up with gasoline, with most of his trips being within the range of the Ampera's 16 kilowatt-hour battery pack.
“I’m getting 250 mpg” he joked. “But now I don’t have to worry about plugging in any more.”
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