Today on Green Car Reports: The 2014 Ford Fiesta 1.0-liter EcoBoost is priced from $17,240, BYD is fined by the state of California for violating minimum-wage laws, and the Scion iQ may be discontinued after 2014. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

Tesla Motors Supercharger quick-charging stations now allow electric-car road trips from San Diego to Vancouver.

The 2014 Ford Fiesta EcoBoost is priced from $17,240, and the EPA rates it at 37 mpg combined as well.

BYD is fined for violating minimum-wage laws for jobs on its California electric-bus project.

Want a 2014 Scion iQ? Buy one now: It may die next year.

A million electrified cars in Germany by 2020? Volkswagen says it's "achievable," but they're counting hybrids.

The Toyota Prius V hybrid loses its "Recommended" rating from Consumer Reports.

The 2012-2013 Ford Focus Electric and 2013 Ford C-Max have been recalled to fix a software glitch.

Finally, Fiat buys the remaining half of diesel-engine supplier VM Motori from General Motors.


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