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Mitsubishi i MiEV

No looking back

A review on: Mitsubishi i MiEV
EVowner

Pros: Don't care about the price of gas, quiet drive is quite relaxing, plenty of leg room for 6'3" owner

Cons: The driving range is a known limitation before purchasing, so it's not a true con in the sence on would be surprised by it.

My wife and I own four other cars and a motorcycle in addition to the i-MiEV.  I usually rotate cars in and out of storage so they all get driven during the year.  That may change now that we have this.  I plan on driving this all year round, including northern Illinois winters.  My drive to work is two miles so this car will easily handle over 90 percent of the driving I...
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Amazing Vectrix
Amazing Vectrix

Vectrix Electric Maxi Scooter

Pros: GREEN, Low Operating & Maint Costs, FUN, Snappy & Nimble Handling

Cons: High Initial Cost, Original Batteries Underperform, Limited Range

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iMoto 2 Verde Electric Scooter

iMoto 2 Verde Electric Scooter

“I bought the Verde a local electric cars shop because I was looking for an affordable environmentally friendly commute option during the winter (when I prefer not to bike). At first it had problems because the motor controller would get wet on rainy days and short out. After a few trips back to the electric cars shop, the technicians managed to waterproof it and move the controller to an...” --dana1981

100% Positive Reviews
Chevy Volt

Chevy Volt

“ My daughter and I picked up our Volt on Friday, February 11th from New York and drove it back 750 miles to Lansing, MI. We drove 60 to 80 mph and even in a snow storm. You would never know that it was an electric car if the engine would not have turn on and back off.   We picked up the car at 2:30 p.m. from Atlantic Chevrolet in Bay Shore on Long Island New York. Our salesman was...” --VoltFanSite

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Green Vehicles Triac

Green Vehicles Triac

“I have had mine about two months now, it is so awsome to have the great range that lithium offers over lead acid. For the cost of lithium now I do not understand why lead acid is not the standard. In my ZENN the discover batteries cost about $2, 500 to replace. Lithium batteries that cost $3,000 would increase the range from 25 miles up to about 40-45 miles. they would last 5 times longer. This...” --Boppster

100% Positive Reviews
Zap Electric Cars Shuttle Van

Zap Electric Cars Shuttle Van

Length: 13’ 3” Width: 5’ 0” Height: 6’ 4” Charger: 110v on board Off Road Payload: 1610 lbs Options: Fast Charger ($9500) Solar Charger ($1950) Air Conditioning ($—-) Classification: Zero Emission Vehicle/Motorcycle The new Shuttle is the first 100% electric passenger van, exclusively from ZAP. Designed for both utility and big capacity, this...

Green Vehicles Moose

Green Vehicles Moose

The Moose is the NEV with capacity. It's fun to drive, easy to park, and what the heck...it's handsome! When you sit in the driver's sea of the Moose, the word "Ahhh" will float through your mind. Next you'll notice the fabulous form and features in the cabin all around you. Then you being to wonder "how did Green Vehicles manage to fit more space inside...

Green Vehicles Buckshot

Green Vehicles Buckshot

The Buckshot is a heavy-duty work truck with a best-in-class half-ton payload capacity for a fraction of the price. In fact, the powerful 20 kW brushless AC motor with regenerative braking and a 144V lithium-ion (LiFePO4) battery pack has all the power you would expect in its gassy rivals...but without th enoise and without the pollution. Retail Price: $21,995

2008 Tesla Roadster

2008 Tesla Roadster

“I haven't sat behind the wheel of a Roadster (with it turned on, anyway) but as a passenger, it's pretty hard to beat.  The acceleration power is down right startling.  When you set up on that petal, hold on to your hat, because it could go flying.  Braking down from high speeds (of course depending on the road) is really quite smooth as well.  The turning radius is tight and driving at normal...” --cristina7

100% Positive Reviews
RMartin EVD Electric Scooter

RMartin EVD Electric Scooter

“Damn, the EVD can move. The manufacturer claims it gets 50 mph top speed and 50 miles per charge for $3600. Compare that to the ZAP Zapino at 30 mph and 30 miles/charge for $3400, or the Vectrix with 62 mph and 40 miles/charge for $11,000. 50 mph top speed - confirmed. 50 mile range - attainable if you go really, really slow. It would be more accurate to say the EVD has a 25-30 mile range in...” --dana1981

79% Positive Reviews
Zap Electric Cars Xebra Electric Sedan

Zap Electric Cars Xebra Electric Sedan

“ I'm a die-hard EV nut, got the bug a long time ago.  My problem is I never had much money or time to devote to building and developing EVs.  That's why Xebra has always been just perfect for me.  I've always liked ZAP's approach of electric bikes, scooters, now motorcycles, cars and trucks.  And I'm proud to say I have come to own many of these since they started in 1994. It's sort of weird...” --zapatista

83% Positive Reviews
Zap Electric Cars Alias

Zap Electric Cars Alias

“The three-wheeled Alias, due to go into production in 2009, will have a top speed of over 100 miles an hour and go 150 miles on a charge, according to Zap. It will sell for $30,000. The Alias will also likely come with a hybrid range extender, a small gas motor that can power the car or charge the battery. Zap said last year it planned to release a $30,000 electric car in 2009 but didn't...” --Casiqa

100% Positive Reviews
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