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25 min ago | GreenCarReports
Save for a few electric vehicles on the fringes of the market--the Tesla Model S, for example, or the tiny Smart Electric Drive--most subcompact and compact electric cars currently offer a range of 80-100 miles.
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4 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
For as much attention as EVs have gotten, they're still in a very nascent state of their development, accounting for a tiny fraction of auto sales.
8 hrs ago | Examiner.com
As the latest wave of electric vehicles wash across our shores in response to the ardent chumming of the Federal Government we begin to take stock of the winners and losers on the beach.
Calendar year-to-date sales are up 9.5 per cent with 84,655 units sold as of month end.
November car sales numbers are trickling in today, and we have basically the same news to report about sales of the two longest-running plug-in vehicles this month as we did last month: people are buying the Nissan Leaf and the Chevy Volt at roughly the same rate.
Buyers took advantage of Black Friday deals, and analysts say the late-month surge likely boosted November sales above a strong month last year.
As the year winds toward a close, U.S. car sales are at their highest levels in years.
Nissan is taking its electric vehicle to the next level, pioneering a new system that will enable companies to regulate their electricity bills by tapping into the electric vehicles their employees are driving to work.
The California Air Resources Board is reportedly considering a new plan to help transportation for low earners: buying them cars.
More and more consumers are examining hybrid car technologies for their next vehicle choice because of their purported advantages for the environment.
Nissan reports a successful early field test of a system that will allow companies to regulate their electricity bills using the batteries of Nissan LEAFs used by their staff to commute to work.
Unfortunately, California officials may not have realized that the idea of buying people new cars wasn't a serious proposal as much as a way to illustrate a point about excessive spending.
Is it a case of picking the right electric car for the right job? Or could a lack of "range anxiety" really lead drivers to cover more miles? It's a kind of chicken-or-egg question, but it came to mind when our author Matthew Klippenstein sent us some data.
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