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2014 Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive First Review

The 2014 Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive is proof that the electric vehicle market is maturing. The 5-door hatchback shape shares lots of Mercedes-Benz styling cues, but the Nissan Leaf and Ford Focus EV share a similar profile. The range maxes out at about 85 miles per charge; competitive, but not ground-breaking. Even the price doesn't raise much Read more...

First 2014 BMW i3 delivered in the U.S.

U.S. sales have started on the revolutionary 2014 BMW i3, with the first vehicle going to Charles Rabie, a professor at Tufts University and a long-time EV advocate. Rabie has been driving a BMW ActiveE since 2012 and picked up his new i3 at BMW of Boston.  Also: The Class of 2015 -- New Vehicles Ready to Roll Matching an aluminum chassis with a Read more...

If you want to spend more time with the Chevy Volt after taking the one-minute tour, you can build and price your own Volt to unlock its Kelley Blue Book Fair Purchase Price, 5-Year Cost to Own, our most recent review and more. Or check out more electric-centric cars: 10 Most Fuel-Efficient Cars Under $25,000 The 40 MPG Cars of Read more...

While the name of Ferdinand Porsche will forever be most closely linked to the original Porsche 356, the Austrian auto designer actually began his illustrious career a half century before that iconic exercise first rolled onto the scene in 1948. Porsche was just 22 when he penned his first model - the "Egger-Lohner electric vehicle C.2 Phaeton model." Read more...

According to a recent study conducted by Kelley Blue Book, Tesla and Scion are researched more often in the western United States while Subaru and Volvo lead the way in the northeast. This information was based on a portion of KBB's website traffic - around 10 million U.S. adults - to determine which brand in-market new-car shoppers were looking at.   Read more...

KBB study shows pure electrics coming up short in resale In an analysis done for USA Today, KBB reports that electric vehicles have poorer resale values than comparable conventionally powered or hybrid vehicles. Among those with the biggest depreciation over 5 years include the Chevrolet Spark EV, Ford Focus Electric and the Nissan Leaf. The Leaf is Read more...

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