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2014 BMW i3 Range, Zipcar OneWay, CA Gasoline Use: Today's Car News


Honda Fit used in ZipCar's ONE>WAY car-sharing service

Honda Fit used in ZipCar's ONE>WAY car-sharing service

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Today on Green Car Reports: The 2014 BMW i3 electric car is rated at 124 MPGe by the EPA, Zipcar debuts its One>Way car-sharing service, and analysts believe Californians will use 1 billion gallons less gasoline in the next six years. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

EPA ratings for the 2014 BMW i3 are in: It's rated at 124 MPGe, making it the most efficient electric car on the market, but with just 81 miles of range.

Zipcar's new OneWay car-sharing service is a great way to test drive a new Honda Fit without dealership pressure.

April plug-in electric car sales update: We've got almost all the numbers for last month now.

Californians will use 1 billion less gallons of gasoline in the next six years, a new study says.

After some confusion, the 2014 BMW i3 range-extended model gets the full $2,500 California rebate for electric cars; we explain why.

Meanwhile, the new Electric Car Guest Drive service launches in the Golden State to get "butts in seats."

Another study confirms that parents use cell phones while driving; we cringe.

Finally, some spy shots of the 2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Plug-In Hybrid.

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