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First of it’s Class Hybrid and a Bit of Humor

The new Chrysler Pacifica is offered in a regular version and a hybrid model. As a first of its class hybrid on the market and the minivan that’s going to usher in a new excitement for these large family movers the folks at Chrysler will continue to show us what makes the Pacifica a special… Read more »

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2016 Tesla Model X: Brand New and Simply Amazing

While the Tesla Model X was on the market most of 2016, this is the first opportunity to review this amazing vehicle and its certainly one that has what we want where it should be. If you’re familiar with Tesla you know this is an EV model that doesn’t have any type of backup program at… Read more »

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Electrified Law Enforcement

California has previously announced they intend to have zero emissions by the year 2040 in order to be a leader in the world of lower pollution into the atmosphere. In order to work toward creating this reality not only do the citizens of the state need to change from gasoline engines to the propulsion systems… Read more »

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2016 Mercedes-Benz B-Class: The Yin and Yang of the EV World

While it’s important to highlight the positive aspects of a vehicle, especially if it’s a model that is supposed to appeal to a large audience, there are times when the reality is a vehicle is meant only for a smaller niche group than to be a widely advertised mode. This is the case for the… Read more »

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The Toyota Mirai Starts with Success

As the first hydrogen fuel-cell vehicle offered in the US, the Mirai was not set up for success, but already has the makings of a successful launch and may be ready to be the car that takes us to a brand new version of power for the automotive industry.  The Mirai with its hydrogen fuel-cell… Read more »

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Mitsubishi doesn’t want EVO Name to Die

When people think of Mitsubishi, they think of EVO. When they think of EVO, they think of rally speed. While the Lancer EVO may be leaving, the namesake may continue in the form of an electric sports utility vehicle.

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Chevy Unplugs

Given the recent upswing of environmental crusades, the rebirth of the electric car was sure to make waves, and Chevrolet certainly did just that with the 2011 release of the Volt. Finally there seemed to be an answer to the question as to how city driving could be handled in a more economical and earth-friendly… Read more »