2018 Nissan Leaf Needs An Edge To Beat The Chevy Bolt & Tesla’s Model 3

The Chevrolet Bolt has been leading the way when it comes to zero emissions; so, it’s not surprising that it has been stashing plenty of awards under its belt. However, the Bolt’s success has pushed the Nissan Leaf into the shadows. Although the Leaf may be leading when it comes to international EV sales, there Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf Needs An Edge To Beat The Chevy Bolt & Tesla’s Model 3[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf Needs To Play Catch Up With Bolt & Model 3

One of the main reasons why the Chevrolet Bolt has successfully stayed on top, in terms of zero emissions, is the fact that it comes with a 60kWh battery. This has pushed the model to become an award-winning vehicle. The Bolt has been garnering plenty of attention recently which leaves very little room for the Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf Needs To Play Catch Up With Bolt & Model 3[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf Eats Dirt Behind Chevy Bolt & Model 3

A 60kWh battery unit is crucial for a model to be a leading 2017 EV and that’s exactly why the Chevrolet Bolt has been on top, in terms of zero emissions. So, it’s not really a surprise that this model keeps nabbing awards. The Bolt has been garnering plenty of attention lately; so much so Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf Eats Dirt Behind Chevy Bolt & Model 3[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf vs BMW i3: There’s No Cure For Ugly

The upcoming second-gen Nissan Leaf was recently spotted doing its test run under disguise. It appears that Nissan has done away with the vertical taillamps which had garnered plenty of negative attention in the previous model. However, the automaker has incorporated elements of the IDS concept shown in 2015, such as the V-motion grille, body-side Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf vs BMW i3: There’s No Cure For Ugly[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Late For Chevy Bolt & Model 3

It’s absolutely essential to have a 60kWh battery in order to be a top 2017 EV; that’s why Chevy Bolt has managed to stay on top, when it comes to zero emissions. This has resulted in the model nabbing many awards recently. The Bolt has been the center of attention lately which leaves the Nissan Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Late For Chevy Bolt & Model 3[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: It’s All Going To Waste!

Vehicle redesigns will be a norm next year and the EV market will be having its share of the pie as well. The Nissan Leaf is especially in need of a revamp, when it comes to its look and range capabilities. But, maybe a performance improvement would do it good too. By next year, the Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: It’s All Going To Waste![…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Potential Wasted

We would be seeing many vehicle redesigns next year and the EV market will not be sitting out of this. The Nissan Leaf is one name that has been in dire need of a refresh, in regards to its outlook and range. Maybe, it wouldn’t hurt for it to improve on its performance as well. Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Potential Wasted[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Worst Of Them All

There are going to be plenty of vehicle overhauls come 2018, and the EV market is not exempt. One notable name that has been in need of a rework is the Nissan Leaf, both in terms of looks and range capabilities. Perhaps performance should figure in as well. By that time, the Chevrolet Bolt would Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Worst Of Them All[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Little, Too Late!

Today, an ideal battery unit for a top EV would be a 60kWh and this is proven by the Chevrolet Bolt. The Bolt has been leading when it comes to zero emissions thus it isn’t much of a surprise that it keeps nabbing awards of recent. The Bolt continues to soar amongst buyers while its Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Too Little, Too Late![…]

Looks Do Matter – 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model 3

It’s fairly common that automakers flop on the designs of their independent EV nameplates. Although some may be an accident, most are intentionally done, as if they are declaring to people on the street that they stink at using gas for fuel. But, lo and behold, the EV market seems to be blossoming beautifully with Read more about Looks Do Matter – 2017 Chevrolet Bolt vs Tesla Model 3[…]

Hyundai Ioniq Tells Toyota Prius Prime To Step Aside

The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid has been holding the title of the most energy-efficient vehicle, right after the BMW i3 back in 2104, but it looks like that won’t be for long. It’s time for them to step aside to make way for the 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric. This vehicle impresses with its Read more about Hyundai Ioniq Tells Toyota Prius Prime To Step Aside[…]

New Beauty Contest – 2017 Tesla Model 3 vs Chevrolet Bolt

Automakers have never been able to get designs right for their standalone EV nameplates. Some design mishaps are accidental, while most are deliberate, with the intention of announcing to others on the street that they suck for using gas as fuel. Well, it appears that the EV market has matured past that awkward adolescence with Read more about New Beauty Contest – 2017 Tesla Model 3 vs Chevrolet Bolt[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Failure Worth 60kWh

A 60kWh battery is the ideal unit for any top 2017 EV, and that’s exactly why the Chevrolet Bolt has remained on top in terms of zero emissions. This is especially proven by the Bolt’s success in nabbing various awards recently. The Bolt is currently garnering plenty of attention which leaves the Nissan Leaf to Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Failure Worth 60kWh[…]

2017 Hyundai Ioniq: Making Prius Prime Look Small

The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid variant was coined as the most energy-efficient vehicle in the United States, which was previously held by the BMW i3 in 2014. However, it looks like there is a new contender for this title. The latest Hyundai Ioniq Electric astonishes with its EPA-rated range of 124-miles and its Read more about 2017 Hyundai Ioniq: Making Prius Prime Look Small[…]

2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Loser With 60kWh

Having a 60kWh battery is the benchmark for any leading EV in 2017, which is why the Chevrolet Bolt is the biggest deal when it comes to zero emissions. Its importance is duly reflected in all the awards it has scooped up recently, so it’s hard to call the Bolt underrated. With the Bolt being Read more about 2018 Nissan Leaf: Biggest Loser With 60kWh[…]

2017 Hyundai Ioniq Steals Toyota Prius Prime’s Crown

The 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid has been sitting on the throne as the most energy efficient car in the United States but it looks like it has reached the end of its tenure. Prior to this, the BMW i3 held the spot back in 2014. These vehicles may be great in their own Read more about 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Steals Toyota Prius Prime’s Crown[…]

Hyundai Ioniq Shows Toyota Prius Prime Who’s Boss

It looks like the 2017 Toyota Prius Prime plug-in hybrid’s reign as the most energy-efficient vehicle in the US has ended. Previously, it was held by the BMW i3 in 2014 and now, these old timers would have to step back to make way for the new leader. The 2017 Hyundai Ioniq Electric not only Read more about Hyundai Ioniq Shows Toyota Prius Prime Who’s Boss[…]

Redesign Wanted – 2017 Toyota Prius Prime vs BMW i3 vs Nissan Leaf

It’s rather peculiar how often automakers make their plug-in vehicles look unappealing to the eye, to say the least. And it doesn’t seem to be changing anytime soon. The Nissan Leaf, BMW i3 and the Toyota Prius, although not technically a plug-in, seems to be the three main culprits. The Prius Prime design is just Read more about Redesign Wanted – 2017 Toyota Prius Prime vs BMW i3 vs Nissan Leaf[…]

2018 BMW X3: Prettier Solution To BMW i3

The 2018 BMW X3 will be based on the new CLAR (cluster architecture) platform which combine high-strength steel, aluminum and carbon fiber to reduce its weight. Expect to see the next X3 in two eco-friendly versions;a plug-in hybrid and an EV. Even though the EV version is merely speculation for now, it seem highly likely Read more about 2018 BMW X3: Prettier Solution To BMW i3[…]

BMW i3 Doesn’t Want Nissan Leaf Buyers

The BMW i3s hasn’t been the best-seller for the company but the German automaker is not exactly worried as it does not view the car as a failure. Only 60,000 units of i3s have been sold since 2013 which marks a 47,000 units less than the number of Model S sedans sold, according to Automotive Read more about BMW i3 Doesn’t Want Nissan Leaf Buyers[…]