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Commented On: Toyota’s New Electric Car Is One Your Kids, Not You, Will Want To Drive


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This is a really dumb idea. But if they'd scale it up to adult size, increase the top speed to 45, and sell it for under $18k I'd give a serious look. I want an electric commuter car with some style, but I'm not going to fork out $40k.

Commented On: Tata Reboots Nano, World’s Cheapest Car, As Coolest Small Car


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I'd say BMW pretty much killed the Mini. Their modern take on the car is so expensive and gets such poor gas mileage that it's a mockery to call it a Mini at all.

Commented On: Living With The Mini E Electric Car For Two Years: Memories


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What an annoying article. Get over the color, lady. Most of us can't afford one electric car, much less a garage-full.

Commented On: Life After Death: What Happens When Your Prius Battery Dies


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We have a car repair place in Sanford, NC that specializes in Prius battery repair. They can often replace a few offending cells and restore the pack to full capacity. That seems more reasonable than sending the whole pack to the recycler, particularly when the now again car may not last another 150,000 miles.

Commented On: 2012 Chevrolet Sonic: First Drive


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I don't think a 33 MPG really warrants a story in a website with "green" in the title. Now if it was a pick-up or something, perhaps, but not a 2-door passenger car with truly average mileage.

Commented On: 2011 Nissan Leaf Helps Underground Utility Company


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I don't see how this is newsworthy. They only bought four cars.

Commented On: Brewing Hybrid Battle: Is One Electric Motor Better Than Two?


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I'm leary of this article. I know there are no clutches in the current Prius Power-Split module (i.e. "transmission"), nor any belts like the photo shows. The Power Split device is MUCH simpler than a standard transmission. I think there are only 40 parts.

Commented On: 2012 Plug-in Toyota Prius: What Do You Want To Know?


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I saw one of these at the Plug-in 2011 Conference in Raleigh. It looks like the battery takes over both the spare tire well and the storage area above it. Where did the spare tire go? And is there someplace for tools?
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