Check out this head-to-head comparison of three EVs that really could be your affordable, every-day, one-and-only car.
San Diego -- check out the Rebate Now pilot launched in your area to get preapproved for the CVRP. Learn more at https://cleanvehiclerebate.org/eng/rebatenow
Check out a Discover and Drive Tour event to learn more about EV ownership benefits, incentives available and chargers of all kinds - and DRIVE EVs from a variety of manufacturers, like Tesla, Chevrolet, Nissan, BMW, Volkswagen, and Honda.
Check out the 2018 Kia Niro plug-in hybrid -- getting 26 miles of all-electric range, 560 miles overall, and at a price of $27,900.
Wondering how different technologies stack up when it comes to vehicle range? You may be surprised.
Check out Volvo's lineup -- on the path to offering electrified versions of every new vehicle it launches starting in 2019.
California is ZEV prepared -- with 15k+ charging stations and more than 40 plug-in models on the market.
Want to know more about the BMW i3? Here's an in-depth look at the range-extended model.
Great deals this month on several Kia plug-in models, and the Chevy Volt!
Coming this December with a base price of $34,595, the Mitsubishi Outlander plug-in hybrid will get 20 miles of all-electric range and will be the most affordable plug-in SUV on the market.