2023 Nissan Leaf: A Former Owner's Perspective
The electric Nissan Leaf is affordable yet dated in many ways now, but the ’24 model is available with a federal rebate again, and there are quite a few improvements in this inexpensive EV hatchback.
Nissan Unveils Solid State Powered Concepts, for Production in 2028
Nissan, an EV pioneer, is working on solid-state batteries with greater power density and much faster charging. They will offer designers and engineers much more freedom to create vehicles suited for different needs. Four concept cars show off the possibilities.
Six Great Used EV Buys
Can't afford the steep asking price of a new electric car? The good news is that there are now some great used EV choices – and some are eligible for big tax credits. Find out which one is best for you.
Insurance for Electric Cars
Data from Consumer Reports and The Zebra suggest EVs cost more to insure than gasoline vehicles. But they should, over the life of the vehicle, still cost less to operate thanks to lower fuel and maintenance costs.
Research Shows EV Battery Replacements Very Rare
If you've experienced how your phone's battery performs worse over time, you'll understand the concern some potential EV owners have about battery degradation and EV battery replacement. But the latest research suggests there's very little to worry about.
Used Electric Car Prices Drop as Sales Increase
While we spend a lot of time talking about new electric cars, three times as many Americans buy used cars compared to new cars. For shoppers looking for a used EV, there's lots of good news - prices are dropping, inventories are increasing, and there's a new federal used EV incentive of $4,000.
How Loyal are Electric Car Owners to Electric?
Switching to electric comes with many benefits: a great driving experience, fuel savings, and zero tailpipe emissions. But recent data shows that some EV owners are still going back to gasoline. What does the road ahead look like?
Electric Mini and Nissan Leaf Lead “Greenest” List
Not all electric cars are created equal. While they all have zero tailpipe emissions, some EVs consume more energy in their production and operation than others, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy. Its annual ranking of greenest and meanest is interesting reading.