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Commented On: 2013 Tesla Model S: New Options, Packages, And Prices


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My Model S, VIN 9649 would be about $7000 more today than when my order finalized at the end of January. That $7000 would have seriously hurt my eagerness to TRIPLE what I have ever previously paid for a new car.

Commented On: 2014 BMW i3 Finally Priced in U.S: $42,275 Pre-Incentives


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We have a Volt, a Leaf, and the 85kw Model S, standard. I am very likely to replace the Volt with the i3.

The i3 has more than TWICE the EV range of the Volt and should get much better mileage when that 650cc engine kicks in to extend the pure EV range. We really like our Volt, but have always wanted more pure emission-free range; the i3 seems to offer exactly that, and it will be quicker 0-60 mph as well.

Commented On: Electric Car: Lease Or Buy?


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I have a Model S in my garage as a replacement for our 2011 Leaf, VIN #320. It resides with our 2011 Volt, VIN#679, which will almost certainly be replaced in January 2014, at the end of that lease with the BMW i3.

Commented On: Want To Test-Drive BMW's i3 Electric Car? Join The Other 100,000...


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The i8 has a complete dual power system and a different target market....one used to paying much more to "play."

Commented On: Want To Test-Drive BMW's i3 Electric Car? Join The Other 100,000...


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I contacted several of my "local" BMW dealers more than 5 months ago to be on a "notify" list as soon as THEY had any concreto information. I am in the Sacramento area, by the way.

Commented On: First 2014 Cadillac ELR Production Test Cars Rolling Off Assembly Line


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If the ELR comes in at $52k, it might even be tempting, but many rumors suggest more like $65k.

Commented On: Consumers DO Want High-MPG Vehicles: Not Such A Hard Sell After All


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Antony,
Those differences between political identifications, as you report them in percentages are NOT trivial. They are bigger than the percentage of Obama's last election win,bigger than pretty much any recent presidential win in the US. Differences of around 5% or so between groups with samples of a couple hundred are almost always "statistically significant," using standard applied statistical decision-making tools.

Commented On: Fast Food & Fast Charging For Electric Cars: The Perfect Combination Meal?


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This should era McDonald's national support policy to provide level 2, level 3 chargers.

Commented On: CA Bill To Cut Sales-Tax, License Fees On Electric, Alt-Fuel Cars


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Good point!

Commented On: Who Will Drive BMW i3 Electric Cars? Waify Metrosexuals, According To Ad


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The production i3 will be 4 doors with rear opening back doors if all continues as planned.
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