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Subaru will bring back the Crosstrek Hybrid and it will be a plug-in hybrid this time. Tesla CEO Elon Musk says orders will open for all-wheel drive and performance-oriented Model 3s. A new AAA poll suggests 20 percent of Americans plan to purchase an electric car. And Nissan has begun offering reconditioned Leaf battery packs. All of this and more on Green Car Reports.
Subaru has announced the 2019 Crosstrek Hybrid. Despite the name, it will be a plug-in hybrid, though range estimates weren't discussed.
Elon Musk took to Twitter and declared customers can place orders for all-wheel-drive Model 3s and cars equipped with the Performance package this week.
Are Americans ready to go electric? A new AAA poll shows 20 percent of Americans plan to purchase an electric car as their next vehicle. We ask our Twitter followers to weigh in.
Nissan will now offer rebuilt Leaf battery packs. The initiative will fill a gap for drivers of older models who've begun to experience battery degradation.
The 2019 Toyota C-HR sees new trim levels and the addition of Apple CarPlay, likely to consumers' delight.
Finally, Audi announced it will skip the 2019 Detroit auto show. The brand joins numerous other makes to pull the plug on the North American International Auto Show.