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    California Raises Green Car Rebates For Low-Income Buyers, Cuts Off Top Earners

    Yesterday the California Air Resources Board (ARB) voted to increase state rebates to as high as $4,000 for plug-in electrified vehicles and $6,500 for fuel cell vehicles to better subsidize low-income earners, while also setting a limit on the highest earners. Those in a middle income range will see no changes to state rebates enabling […]

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    Chevy Bolt is Sharp End of the Spear For GM’s Push Toward Electrification

    Never mind those spy shots of quickly photographed camouflaged Chevy Bolts that circulated last week, this week General Motors put together a brief video and photos of the same with clear intent to stoke enthusiasts’ expectations. With 55 test mule Bolts and 1,000 engineers tasked, the Chevy Bolt is well underway in its development, and […]

    Nissan

    Nissan Testing 250-Plus-Mile Range Leaf Mule With New Battery Chemistry

    Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn told shareholders yesterday “in the near future” it will offer an electric car with range “comparative to today’s conventional vehicles.” To prove previous assertions that the next-generation Leaf could get more than “400 km” (250 miles) on Japan’s optimistic test cycle, a video was shown to shareholders of a Leaf driver […]

    Hybrid Car News

    Nissan Leaf June Sales Hold Against the Tide of Pending Competition

    Nissan’s 2,074 Leaf sales in June were nearly flat next to May’s 2,104 as the carmaker continues to keep the car relevant in the eyes of buyers. Despite the 2016 Chevy Volt’s presence on the horizon cannibalizing 2015 Volt sales down more that 35 percent this year, and implicitly threatening the Leaf, so far Nissan […]

    2015 Chevy Volt Sales Dwindle in June As 2016 Volt Waits in the Wings

    The big news from General Motors today is sales are up, trucks and SUVs are leading the way – and the Volt is hanging on until the 2016 replacement begins deliveries in a couple months from now. Specifically, 2015 Volt sales were 1,225 units, down 31.1 percent from 1,777 sold in June 2014, and below […]

    2016 Honda Fit Priced From $16,610

    The 2016 Honda Fit is getting a small price increase. Entering the second year of its third generation, the 2016 Honda Fit will start from $16,610 including destination, $140 more than the 2015 model. That price will get you the standard Honda Fit LX with a six-speed manual transmission and standard features including roofline spoiler, LED tail […]

    Pricing Announced For New Range Rover Diesel Engines

    Range Rover has announced pricing for its new diesel-powered engines. Land Rover revealed that the 2016 Range Rover Sport Td6, featuring a 3.0-liter turbocharged diesel V6 engine will start from $67,445 including destination. Compared to the standard Range Rover Sport, the diesel model will demand a $2,500 premium while returning 22 mpg in the city […]

    European Automakers Ask To Delay 2025 Emissions Standards

    European automakers are asking for a five-year extension to meet new emissions guidelines, saying they don’t have the technology ready for 2025’s target goals. The request came through the European Automobile Manufacturer’s Association (ACEA), which asked the governing European Commission for the delay, reported Automotive News Europe. “ACEA is arguing that the car industry needs […]

    Consumer Reports Targets 30 New Cars That Burn Excessive Oil

    Not to be confused with cars that guzzle fuel, Consumer Reports’ “Thirsty 30” list spotlights late model “oil-guzzling” cars that consume excessive oil too early in their lifecycles, but several automakers say these conditions are OK. According to the watchdog report, two percent of newer cars or more than 1.5-million 2010-2014 model year vehicles on […]