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Green Road Passion Magazine reports on Tesla, an Electric Car That Makes Sense Luxury Car Buyers and Nissan Leaf, for the Urban Commuter.

Green Road Passion Magazine this week puts the focus on the electric vehicle, reviewing the Tesla – a luxury EV reviewers say, got it right – and the Leaf from Nisan, a mainstream entry our reviewers say misses only on range.

Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) June 15, 2013

In this week’s Green Road Passion, we focus on the full EV, the electric vehicle, reviewing both the luxury Model S from Tesla and the Nissan Leaf, designed for the urban commuter:

“Tesla Not Just Best Electric Car in Tests, Reviewers Say Best Car, Period.”

For all the protestations that electric vehicles have not matured enough for the mainstream, the Tesla Model S gives luxury car buyers a green option with no compromises. The Tesla gives hope to the average car owner in future, where current options are hampered by limited range. The Tesla Model S delivers range similar to a full tank of a gas in a gas-powered car. Since successful luxury cars often roadmap technologies that make their way into the broader markets, we can hope for a high-range EV for the mainstream market. Lexus pioneered many technologies now found on Toyotas, and Toyota’s partnership with Tesla is a promising signal.

Electric cars are everywhere and for good reason. Depleting natural resources have necessitated the use of alternative fuels and while cultivating bio-ethanol sources, opting for natural gas or even hydrogen power seem like the natural route, they aren’t as feasible or cost-effective as many may imagine. That’s the reason electric vehicles arrived, and survived. Of course, their survival was solely due to their evolution and it is because of persistent creators like Tesla that we have electric cars like the Model S. Read more…

“100 Mile Range Limits Nissan Leaf”

The Nissan Leaf costs $743.45 to run monthly over 48 months, quite a bit higher than a conventional car, with gas cost included. With a limited range of 100 miles, the Leaf still is the ideal car for urbanites who commute short distances and who care sincerely about carbon emissions.

The Nissan Leaf has been called, by Nissan, the affordable, no-emission car. Granted it brings home the future-appeal, with swoopy 22nd century good-looks, and plenty of flash and gizmos inside. And, unlike hybrids and plug-in hybrids, this is pure electric car for the “masses”—assuming the masses live in the city, don’t travel too far per charge, and have some bucks to invest. Read more…


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