Before you head off to the polls today, we've got a wide variety of stories on hybrids that cost less to own than gasoline cars, CCS fast-charging implementation, and the fifth and final nominee for  our 2015 Best Car To Buy award, the 2015 Volkswagen Golf range. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

We've got the latest sales numbers in our regularly-updated October plug-in electric car sales report.

The first 2015 Volkswagen e-Golf electric car in the U.S. will be delivered this Friday. It was auctioned off by VW for charity.

It's often assumed that hybrid cars cost more than comparable gasoline models, but here are eight examples that prove otherwise.

The Combined Charging Standard (CCS) was supposed to be the fast-charging standard of choice for most U.S. and German carmakers, but so far only Europe is making significant progress with implementation.

Do you think the Toyota Fuel Cell Sedan looks good with racing stripes? The hydrogen-powered Toyota was "featured" in the final round of the 2014 Japanese Rally Championship over the weekend.

In another attempt to win the hearts and minds of U.S. car buyers, the National Automobile Dealers Association releases a video on why negotiating is good for consumers.

See why the entire 2015 Volkswagen Golf range is our fifth and final nominee for Green Car Reports' 2015 Best Car To Buy award.

Which do you think is the most important vehicle of the decade: the Chevrolet Volt, Ford F-150, or Tesla Model S?

Who watches the watchers? While traffic cops monitor motorists, some departments will soon be monitoring them with new tracking technology offered by Ford.

Finally, the 2016 Mazda 6 is expected to get some significant updates, but there's still no sign of the Skyactiv-D four-cylinder diesel engine for U.S. models.


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