used electric cars

How much are you paying per mile in an EV?

You turn on the television and breaking news is on every channel. It has finally happened. The zombie apocalypse. You gaze out your window and see hoards of stumbling, bloody, post-human creatures thirsty for human flesh. A government official advises the remaining population to flee to the safety of a heavily guarded military base 100 miles away. You grab what you can and jump into your electric car, only to realize it has a range of 81 miles and can’t make the trip.

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It seems outlandish,  but this is exactly the type of scenario that inhibits people from purchasing electric vehicles. In actuality, the average miles driven per day in the United States is well under 50 miles, yet range anxiety permeates society. Of course, that is not the only impeding factor in the sales of EVs. Even with the sizable tax credits, the technology comes at a premium. [keep reading]

Cool Used Car of the Future: 2013 SLS AMG E-Cell

This Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG E-Cell has been in the making for almost 3 years. At one time, this SLS AMG E-Cell was nothing more than a mere concept, but now it’s slated for release in 2013. Like the electric Jaguar C-X75, the SLS AMG has four electric motors powering each of its tires and lots of power. 528 horses of power to be more precise and another 649 lb/ft of torque. Unlike the Jag, this Mercedes is a bit louder….notice the paint job? The petrol-version of this gull-winged bad boy costs around $200,000 meaning the electric version will be terrifyingly expensive. For more pictures keep reading below.

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