Yet another chapter in General Motors Corp.'s EV1 saga opens as the earliest leased vehicles will begin to be returned later this year. More an experiment in alternative fuel technology than a viable widespread product offering, GM managed to lease but a few hundred EV1s, although its believers arguably have been among the industry's most loyal. Now those first EV1 lessees will have to turn in their beloved vehicles to allow others to lease them — or to release them themselves. GM will ...

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