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Friday 23 February 2024

First drive: 2024 Honda Prologue EV gets to something greater

 The Prologue is Honda’s first mass-market EV. And fortunately it’s making a lot more sense on arrival than it was a few months ago. 

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Thursday 22 February 2024

Ford cuts Mach-E EV prices by thousands as sales plunge

Ford cut Mustang Mach-E prices by up to $8,100 after sales of the electric SUV reportedly fell by more than 50% in January.

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Wednesday 21 February 2024

2024 Chevrolet Equinox EV one of Canada's most affordable new EVs

Chevrolet’s 2024 Equinox EV will be the most affordable electric vehicle (EV) in its segment when Canadian orders open February 22, with prices starting at CDN$48,199 (before government rebates as well as taxes and mandatory fees) for the base 2LT FWD trim.

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Tuesday 20 February 2024

2024 U.S. Electric Cars Listed By 0-60 MPH Acceleration: Quickest To Slowest

Brisk acceleration is one of the signature features of electric cars. They are not only very quick, but the acceleration itself is smooth and quiet.

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Monday 19 February 2024

What happens when an electric car battery dies?

When electric cars first entered the market, the battery powering the electric motor was much smaller and less efficient than the units fitted to EVs today. 

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