I’ve owned my 2013 Tesla Model S for more than three years, and put 66,000 miles on it now. It still runs great, and it makes me happy every time I drive it. I plan to keep it for at least a few more years. But I can’t help occasionally peeking at the Tesla Motors online Model S configurator to check out the prices and features on the newest versions. DON'T MISS: Tesla adds two Model S 60 versions starting at $66K, still 200 miles or more Tesla just recently revamped its lineup, bringing back an entry-level 60-kwh model and bumping the 70-kwh car up to 75 kwh. At first glance...
Diesel Engines Selling Well In Large Luxury SUVs & Crossovers
In the U.S., diesel engines have long been established in pickup trucks. In passenger cars, however, they've remained a small part of the overall market. But diesels seem to be doing well in another segment: larger SUVs, particularly those from luxury makers, like Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz...John Voelcker
Hybrids, Subaru, Mazda Clean Up In Consumer Reports 'Best New-Car Value' List
The Toyota Prius was named 'Best New-Car Value" by Consumer Reports.Stephen Edelstein
Is Tesla Motors Really Worth Almost Half The Value Of GM?
Discussions of Tesla Motors sometimes seem couched in the terms of a religious tale: Tesla as David vs General Motors in the Goliath role. One company is the plucky Silicon Valley electric-car startup that's never built a vehicle with a gasoline engine. The other is the largest U.S. automaker, one...John Voelcker