The Best Used Electric Crossovers and SUVs
Shopping for a used EV? There are now some great choices for all-electric crossovers and SUVs at many different price points. We choose five of our favorites.
First Look at the 2024 Tesla Model 3
Tesla has updated the world's best-selling electric sedan. The latest Model 3 has increased range, better performance, and an upgraded interior. Expect the first U.S. deliveries before the end of the year.
How Much Range Do EVs Lose When You Run The AC?
We know that electric cars lose range in cold weather. But does hot weather have the same effect? Find out how much range popular EVs lose in the summer.
What Are the Fastest Charging EVs?
We often discuss what are the longest-range EVs, but if you're taking a long trip, how fast an electric car charges is just as important. Here is a list of the fastest-charging EVs on the market.
Do Electric Cars Get Driven Less Than Gas Cars?
A recent study from iSeeCars suggests that, on average, EVs get driven about 30 percent less than gasoline cars. Why is that? Read on to find out.
Tesla Drops Prices on In-Stock Cars by up to $6,300
Tesla has once again slashed prices – just in time for the holidays. The latest discounts are only available for in-stock and demonstrator models listed on the automaker's website, but could save you thousands.
Ford EVs to Adopt Tesla Charging Port and Gain Access to Supercharger Network
Starting next year, Ford drivers will be able to easily access Tesla's Supercharger network – acknowledged as the best fast-charging network in the world, with over 12,000 Level 3 Chargers across the U.S. and Canada.
Tesla Drops Prices as Competitors Ramp Up
Tesla is the dominant electric car brand in the U.S., but it's cutting prices again in order to maintain market share as competitors from legacy car brands are introduced. The latest round of cuts brings the starting MSRP of the Model 3 to just $41,990.
Tesla Recalls 360,000 Models with Full Self-Driving
If you own a Tesla equipped with the Full Self-Driving Beta Option, you will soon receive an over-the-air update to change how your vehicle behaves on city streets. the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says that the current system poses a risk to safety.