The 2017 Chevy Bolt EV went on sale last December, but only became available nationwide in August. Meanwhile, electric-car shoppers waited eagerly for details of the 2018 Nissan Leaf, the second-generation car that finally premiered in early September. We've now driven both cars, and can take a high-level look at how they stack up against each other. CHECK OUT: 2018 Nissan Leaf review and 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV review PRICE and RANGE The two cars contrast most vividly in price and range ratings, with the Bolt EV's 60-kilowatt-hour battery giving it 238 miles of range, 60 percent more than the...
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Several reports in general news media recently have touted the new 2014 BMW i3 electric car as a serious challenger to the Tesla Model S. One writer even went so far as to label the i3 a "Tesla killer." Dream on. There's no way a frumpy-looking little 2+2 city car is going to challenge the mighty...David Noland