Today on Green Car Reports: Owners of the Toyota Prius V hybrid wagon are suing the company, the 2014 Chevrolet Malibu Eco mild hybrid is canceled, and Nissan offers $15,000 for new electric-car quick chargers. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

GM is cancelling the 2014 Chevrolet Malibu Eco mild hybrid. The 2.5-liter base model now equals the hybrid's fuel economy, for about $3,700 less.

Electric cars can now travel from Montreal to Detroit, thanks to 17 newly-installed Sun Country charging stations along Highway 401.

The Toyota Prius V failed new IIHS automatic-braking safety tests; owners sue.

The Car Charging Group buys Ecotality's Blink electric-car charging network for a mere $3.3 million.

Nissan offers $15,000 for new electric-car quick charging stations, provided they're up and running by December 31 and use the CHAdeMO standard that's compatible with the Leaf.

See what it's like to push the limits of range in a 60-kilowatt-hour Tesla Model S.

Finally, Toyota announces autonomous driving tech that it says could improve highway fuel economy.


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