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2015 Chevrolet Impala Bi-Fuel Starts at $38,210

2015 bi-fuel CNG Chevrolet Impala

The 2015 bi-fuel Chevrolet Impala, the industry’s only manufacturer-produced full-size sedan in North America that can run on both compressed natural gas (CNG) and gasoline, will have a starting price of $38,210, including an $825 destination charge, but excluding tax, title, license, dealer fees and operational equipment.

The bi-fuel Impala will be available in the fourth quarter to both fleet and retail customers in either an LS base trim or a higher-equipped LT trim. Continue Reading →

Nissan Leaf the Overwhelming Choice for EV Drivers Worldwide

Nissan Leaf

Although electric vehicles (EV) make up a small percentage of the overall number of vehicles, the number of EVs is growing rapidly. More people have become averse to fossil-fueled cars to the point that even hybrid cars are not an acceptable option. For them, EVs are the best option for vehicles that don’t pollute from the point of operation.

So far, the world leader in EV unit sales is the Nissan Leaf. The car recently passed 100,000 units sold since it was first released in 2010. Nissan expects the market to mushroom with a total of 1.5 million units worldwide by 2020. Continue Reading →

The long game: Pay today, save tomorrow

Honda

As we all know, the cost of motoring is huge. The price of petrol and diesel is pushing plenty of motorists to the brink. However, there’s also the environmental aspect of driving that car owners have to consider.

Though the car has arguably been responsible for much good over its 100 year history, there has always been one toxic mark that has hung over the industry – the pollution that cars cause. Continue Reading →