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The Cost Of Owning A Tesla After 200,000 Miles

May 25th, 2019 | by Guest Contributor

Guest contributor: Steve Sasman*. Note: Steve recently went on an epic 48 state road trip visiting 107 Tesla stores, meeting over 500 Tesla employees, and discovering some helpful Tesla road trip hacks. Here, Steve looks back at the cost of owning his Tesla after breaking the 200,000-mile mark. 


Tesla Model 3 Rewrites The Rules Of What A Sport Sedan Can Be, Motor Trend Reflects

May 25th, 2019 | by Paul Fosse

I was so glad to see this Motor Trend comparison of the top 3 sport sedans you can buy for around $50,000, and to see that it included the Tesla Model 3, I'm tired of reading reviews comparing the Model 3 to other electric cars. Everyone knows where it stands compared to other electric cars (it beats them for the most part, unless you have special requirements, like you need an SUV), but as well as Tesla has sold car over the last year, there are still places where people have no idea about Tesla or any electric car


The Future Is Now: The Audi e-tron In Perspective

May 16th, 2019 | by Guest Contributor

Ernest Hemingway once wrote that “today is only one day in all the days that will ever be, but what will happen in all the other days that ever come can depend on what you do today.”


UK’s Auto Express: Tesla Model 3 “Is In A Class Of One”

May 9th, 2019 | by Matt Pressman

With the right-hand drive Model 3 currently in production, Tesla recently opened up orders for customers in the UK. Much fanfare surrounds the Model 3's British launch. In turn, local automotive media outlets are now coming out with their own reviews of the American contender


Tesla Model 3 Standard Range — 1st Video Overview

April 21st, 2019 | by Dr. Maximilian Holland

The base Tesla Model 3 Standard Range recently started getting delivered in the US and expert EV reviewer Alex Dykes ("Alex on Autos") received his personal vehicle just this weekend. Alex gives us a quick tour of the interior and finds that the trim, features, and materials appear to be largely the same as the Standard Range Plus version


The Great Tesla Model 3 Consumer Reports Reliability Kerfuffle

February 23rd, 2019 | by Steve Hanley

Consumer Reports has removed the Tesla Model 3 from its list of recommended cars due to reliability issues. But by doing so, it raises a question of whether its analytics are relevant in an era when cars are more like computers that vehicles


EVRT Middle East Put Three EVs Head To Head In The Regeneration Challenge

February 19th, 2019 | by Kyle Field

The Electric Vehicle Road Trip (EVRT) Middle East tested the limits of today's electric vehicles in a region of the world that would not be at the top of the list for EV adoption. This year, EVRT Middle East took participants up to the top of the highest peak in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to put the participating vehicles to the test in the Regeneration Challenge


CleanTechnica’s Electric Fleet — 15 Electric Vehicles

February 10th, 2019 | by Zachary Shahan

CleanTechnica writers now have 6 Tesla Model 3s, 3 Tesla Model Ss, 2 Chevy Bolts, 1 Nissan LEAF (after 2-3 retired Nissan LEAFs), 1 BMW i3, 1 Peugeot iOn, 1 Kia Soul EV, and 1 Zero Motorcycle. That makes 15 electric vehicles — if you don't count the electric bikes we have as well!


Comparing Tesla Model 3 To Honda Accord — From An Engineer’s Perspective

January 12th, 2019 | by Paul Fosse

For today's article, I'm going to go over all the major areas of each car (Driving Dynamics, Interior, Exterior, Safety, Technology, and Costs), but before I do, I'm going to tell you why I bought a Honda Accord in 1998 and why it was my favorite car (until I bought the Tesla Model 3 last year)


40,000 Miles With The 2018 Nissan LEAF

January 6th, 2019 | by Jennifer Sensiba

Since its release, many wondered how the new 40 kWh Nissan LEAF would hold up as the miles racked up. After over 40,000 miles driving mine, I’m starting to get a pretty good idea of how it fares. It’s a great vehicle, with only one serious drawback



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