Range anxiety remains a major impediment to the widespread adoption of the electric car. After all, America is a big place, and plenty of us see more than 200 miles of highway every week. But imagine, for a moment, that you’re living in a city, taking public transit to and from work, and rarely driving far from home. Maybe you want a car for your trip to the grocery store once a week, to visit your brother 20 miles away, or to take Max to the good dog park—the one in the next town over. If any of this sounds familiar, you may look at an electric car and think, “Hey, that’s not a bad idea.”[Read more…] about We Tried City Living with an Electric Car
The 2019 Los Angeles Auto Show is just around the corner. It promises dozens of debuts, many of which are electric vehicles. With more EVs available to consumers, we wanted to see how they feel about purchasing and owning one. We queried 1,702 vehicle owners and compared the results to our 2018 survey.[Read more…] about More Shoppers Consider Owning EVs, CarGurus Survey Finds
We recently noted how the price spike in oil is leading shoppers to take a closer look at used EVs. Want one of your own? We bring you our top-searched used EVs to kick off your search.[Read more…] about Go Green with These Top-Searched Used EVs
Ford recently announced its plans to build an electric F-150, making it the latest automaker to turn its gas-powered workhorses electric. (Want to see what it’ll look like? Check out the photos.) It will have plenty of competition from strictly electric carmakers like Tesla. How will these electric trucks compare with the gas-powered ones we know and love? We take a closer look. [Read more…] about How Will Electric Trucks Compare to Gas-Powered?
With more electric vehicles (EVs) becoming available, which cars are still eligible for a $7,500 tax credit? Continue reading >>>