Step aside, Chevrolet Bolt EV. There's a new king of the (sort of) affordable electric-car segment. Well, maybe the Bolt EV can stay right where it is for two main reasons. First, there are very few Model 3s on the road at this point due to Tesla's problems with "production hell." Second, no early buyers will see a price anywhere near the $35,000 Tesla has touted since the Model 3 was announced. Nonetheless, the EPA has released its official estimates for the Tesla Model 3 Long Range variant and it will go 310 miles on a single charge. For those keeping score, that tops the Bolt EV's...
2012 Tesla Model S Gets EPA Certified 265-Mile Range, 89 MPGe Rating
If you're like us, you've been wondering--some of you may even have been doubting--whether Tesla Motors' claim of a 300-mile range in the largest-battery pack 2012 Model S would stand up to EPA testing. Wonder no more: it's close, securing a 265-mile range rating when equipped with the largest (85...Nelson Ireson
2012 Infiniti M Hybrid Secures 32 MPG EPA Highway Rating
Luxury hybrids are storming the marketplace, and bringing with them a new era of hybrid chic. The 2012 Infiniti M Hybrid hopes to snatch some of that market, and today's official EPA rating of 27 mpg city and 32 mpg highway should bolster its chances. Those figures yield a combined average fuel...Nelson Ireson