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Is the Nissan Leaf or a Toyota Prius a better commuter car? - Chicago Tribune

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    Is the Nissan Leaf or a Toyota Prius a better commuter car?
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    [SIZE=-1]In a comparison test conducted in the Chicago area, Cars.com editors found the Leaf to be a cheaper commuter car compared with the Prius, Chevrolet Volt and a gas-powered Ford Focus. The Leaf cost $2.40 to recharge the batteries after the 64.5-mile ...[/SIZE]
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    No, they are not better commuter cars. There is no such thing as a 'better' commuter car. They are all merely, as in barely, acceptable.
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