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Nissan Leaf road trip, 2017 Chevy Bolt EV production, Tesla ends buybacks: Today's Car News

Today, we have a 1,000-mile Nissan Leaf electric-car road trip, a report that the 200-mile 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV will start production in October, and the end of Tesla's guaranteed buyback program. All this and more on Green Car Reports. Tesla cancels its guaranteed buyback program in a move meant to free up cash. Sales of the Toyota Prius hybrid...

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2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV electric car to enter production in October

General Motors has followed an aggressive schedule for the launch of its 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV electric car. After unveiling the production version of the 200-mile electric car at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show back in January, GM said the Bolt EV would begin rolling off assembly lines before the end of the year. The Bolt EV has been in pilot...

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1,000-mile Nissan Leaf electric-car road trip in the Northeast: are we there yet?

When my son scored a coveted civil engineering summer internship in Silver Spring, Maryland, the chance for an electric-car road trip from our Boston-area home presented itself. Sure, I could have done the sensible thing and taken my trusty 2006 Toyota Prius, but where would be the adventure in that? Instead, I seized the chance to take my 84-mile...

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Is Toyota Prius hybrid simply passe now that plug-in cars are here?

The Toyota Prius hybrid was once the poster child for green technology, even a status symbol for environmentally-conscious celebrities. Over three generations, the Prius was largely responsible for cementing Toyota's status as the number-one seller of green cars. But lately the Prius seems to have lost a bit of its luster. DON'T MISS: 2016 Toyota...

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Tesla cancels guaranteed-price buyback program for electric cars

As of July 1, Tesla no longer offers its guaranteed buyback program for electric cars. The program was launched in 2013 to help reassure consumers buying the then-new Model S sedan that its resale value wouldn't plummet. Under the terms of the program, which Tesla promoted as an alternative form of leasing, owners could sell their cars back to...

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