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Nissan Leaf E-Tekna e+ 3.ZERO review

Nissan Leaf E-Tekna e+ 3.ZERO review. For – well-equipped, high quality, terrific everywhere but the motorway. Against – expensive, range-threatened. Useable highspeed range 81 miles/45.2% £37,320 (after subsidy) *** The Nissan Leaf has long been a trail blazer for electric cars and its looks, size and range have all been gradually improved over the years. […]

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VW ID.3

ID.3 Spearheads Volkswagen’s Electric Revolution With Tesla Firmly In Its Sights

ID.3 Spearheads Volkswagen’s Electric Revolution With Tesla Firmly In Its Sights. “On the highway though battery capacity quickly drained away, supplying an average of 63.3% of the offered availability. Long-range travel on fast highways will be a problem” The ID.3 hatchback launched Volkswagen’s multi-billion euro gamble to challenge Tesla’s electric car dominance and despite initial […]

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VW ID.3

VW ID.3 1st Edition Pro Power 58kWh review

VW ID.3 1st Edition Pro Power 58kWh review. For – understated elegance, great driving experience, excellent design. Against – expensive for a town car. **** £39,500 before government grant Competition – Nissan Leaf, Renault Zoe, Mini E, Honda E, BMW i3, Kia-eNiro, Hyundai Kona, Mini e, Fiat 500e, Vauxhall Corsa E, Peugeot e208, Hyundai Ioniq, […]

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Jaguar I-Pace SE review

Jaguar I-Pace SE review. For – handsome, luxurious, fast, quiet Against – best stay local Motorway range effective 125 miles/73.25% **** £76,045 Competition – Audi-e-Tron, Mercedes EQC, Tesla Model X, Ford Mustang Mach E, BMW iX3 Jaguar was quick off the mark with its first all-electric I-Pace, although I’ve often wondered whether, in this digital […]

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CO2 Rules Will Cripple Small Electric Cars, Jeopardize Plug-in Revolution

CO2 Rules Will Cripple Small Electric Cars, Jeopardize Plug-in Revolution. “a regulation created to reduce vehicles CO2 footprint is actually indirectly killing city cars” European Union (EU) rules to curb carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from cars and SUVs will have the unintended consequence of making it impossible for average earners to afford home-grown electric cars […]

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