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Buy It Now
Buy It Now
Buy It Now
I'm wishing to buy an electric car before May of this year, a 2013 model. I'm most interested in the Nissan Leaf, Smart ForTwo Electric, and the Mitsubishi I-Miev. I'm just trying to sort though the overwhelming amount of information online.
How much does the average electric car cost. How much does it cost to charge one. Does it cost any extra to run and keep. If anyone knows just how much a car costs to own (buying and keeping) that would be brill.
Basically i want cheap small electric car that goes up to 70mph no need for more charge last one week if i drive 6 miles daily. it needs to be:. -2 person car, small car. -can recharge from sun. -portable battery. -can parallel park, meaning.
In the next few months I will prepare to buy new car. I currently have a 2003 Accord and don't expect much action on the trade in(its has
Ok so ive seen some of these electric cars and have seen some things that make me think, huh what if they did this. Here is a list. I've noticed a lot of electric cars there front ends are rather dull and have no intake into the engine.
It is good that you consider options, however some understanding of the work that has been done before will allow you to work on the edge of what is known rather than simply "reinventing the.
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