Today, Consumer Reports shows Tesla Model S door-handle issues haven't been completely expunged, Toyota Prius hybrid battery packs become the target of thieves in San Francisco, and 2012 and 2013 Nissan Leaf electric cars get significant lease-buyout credits. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

2012 and 2013 Nissan Leaf electric cars get a lease buyout credit as Nissan tries to encourage owners to keep their vehicles.

You can now count racing driver Sir Stirling Moss among the owners of electric cars. The man famous for winning the 1955 Mille Miglia in a Mercedes-Benz 300SLR now drives a Renault Twizy.

A spate of Toyota Prius hybrid battery-pack thefts is reported in San Francisco, but find out why the thieves may be incompetent.

Door-handle failure is still in issue for Tesla Model S electric cars, Consumer Reports' experience with a brand-new 2015 Model S P85D test car shows.

How much do plug-in hybrids actually plug in? New data shows the Chevrolet Volt has the most electric miles of any model.

The nationwide average commute takes 25.8 minutes, a new study shows, and despite discussion of alternatives, most people still drive to work alone in their own cars.

Finally, see why analysts predict autonomous cars could slash new-car sales.


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