Today's car news is all about helping the customer. In Tesla news, an unintended acceleration complaint about the Model S electric car was filed with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), at the same time that Hertz said it will start renting the luxury sedan in (limited) California locations.

A new company is selling leftover Coda Sedan electric cars at bargain prices, Cadillac hopes its 2014 ELR plug-in will appeal to California buyers, and the Open Charge Alliance calls for open electric-car charging networks. Speaking of novel ways to pay for things, the 2014 Nissan Versa Note is now available for 'sale' on Amazon. Also, Mitsubishi may not put its Outlander Plug-In Hybrid on sale in the U.S. until fall 2014...maybe. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

A Tesla Model S unintended acceleration complaint was filed with the NHTSA.

The Model S will also be available from Hertz as a rental car.

Leftover Coda electric cars and "glider" rolling chassis are now for sale at very low prices, apparently.

Can the 2014 ELR electric car rescue Cadillac in California?

The Open Charge Alliance urges "roaming" standards for electric-car charging payments.

The 2014 Nissan Versa Note hatchback is now available for 'sale' through Amazon.

Finally, Mitsubishi says U.S. sales of the Outlander Plug-In Hybrid may not begin until fall 2014.


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