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June 19, 2008


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Bo Bennett

EVs available today: http://www.evcast.com/members/evcast/adminpages/EVs


Telsa is quite a beauty. Prices are still high so why not try one them hybrid cars.


As far as I remember from the documentary "Who Killed The Electric Car?", there were no GM EV-1's sold to anyone. They were all leased and taken back when the lease expired. The few examples of the models that did survive were disabled before being given to museums.

run your car on water

i need an afforable electric car. they are so high priced.

truck rental

I think that all new products are expensive at first- because the development is, but as soon as they massively hit the market the prices usually go down. Lets hope this is the case.

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That electric cars are so expensive. It might kill me because some of electric cars explode.

Automotive Seo

Granted, this blog post was made in 08, but there is a new one on the market that isn't too expensive and that's the Chevy Volt. In addition it's an electric car that is backed up by a traditional powertrain and as a result you don't have a limited range, as you do with some of the other electric cars on the market.


but the prices of electric cars is not affordable for every one.

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