With the introduction of an affordable electric car that can go 200 miles on a single charge, General Motors is setting up a showdown with Tesla to sell an electric vehicle to the masses. It may also upstage a car of its own.
For years, consumers have bought everything from clothes and shoes to home appliances and everything in between at malls across America. But what about buying a car to finish the complete shopping experience?
Juan Cordero is car shopping again. Business has been good enough for the South Miami furniture designer to head back out to the local showrooms. While he wants to save money at the gas pump, he’s still not sure about the latest hybrids or electric cars hitting the market, like Chevy’s Volt.
Hundreds of thousands of our tax dollars are being spent to get South Florida ready for electric cars. But as CBS4 Chief Consumer Investigator Al Sunshine discovered, the only thing we may be getting for that investment may be a lot of paperwork.
They offer you the promise of “Going Green” and never having to buy gas again. But as CBS4 Investigator Al Sunshine reports, new Electric Cars may be heading into South Florida, but there’s still a big problem trying to use them.
Drivers in Delray Beach who are trying to go green by driving electric or hybrid cars like the Nissan Leaf, Toyota Prius and the Chevy Volt now have a new place to recharge their rides.
Florida Governor Rick Scott’s decision to become a one-man wrecking crew for the Bullet Train is getting plenty of news coverage. But not as many people are noticing his lack of vision when it comes […]
The high-tech electric cars are starting to hit the market nationwide, but not in South Florida because the region is not ready to support them.
They’re the hi-tech cars of the future and they’re slowly but surely starting to hit the market across the country. There’s Nissan’s all-electric Leaf, G-M’s hybrid Volt and Ford’s new Focus Electric. But the cost […]