Sandy Munro, a professional car assessor with meticulous methods for determining an automobile’s construction quality, has changed his mind on the Tesla Model 3. Continue reading →
I went to check out the ATA’s Electric Vehicle Expo in Melbourne, with a handful of electric cars on display – most notably, the Renault Zoe.
In the first of our ‘ownership stories’, Scott tells us about his experiences moving to an electric vehicle with a Tesla Model X 75D: “I’d be perfectly happy driving this car for a very long time.”
The first in-depth reviews of the new Nissan Leaf are starting to appear, with caradvice’s detailed take rating the 2018 Leaf at 8/10.
Interestingly their review also speculates on costs and delivery:
When can we have the Leaf locally? Potentially as a Christmas present. In 2018. More than a year from now. When it will be priced at up to $50,000. Sure, that’s $15k cheaper than the BMW i3, but it’s also not a projected price point that will change the game.
The new Leaf is not the paradigm shift that the first one was, and it’ll need to keep improving in terms of driving range, cabin layout and partial autonomy if it’s to match the next crop of rivals launching around 2020. But credit to Nissan where’s it’s due. Just keep the momentum…
Whether you own a Tesla or any other EV ChargePoint is a nationwide charging network that every potential Australian electric car user should know about.
The BMW i3 has been on sale in Australia since late 2014 – it’s one of the earliest, most popular mass produced electric cars on the market globally, and for good reason.
Drive Zero car guides go deep on a specific electric car model – here’s all you need to know about the BMW i3.
If you’re on the fence about ordering a Tesla, then it might be time to sneak your order in before October 31 to avoid missing out on a $1,400 credit.
The NRMA have announced they are making a significant investment in a NSW-centric electric car fast-charging network for their members, but with no charging locations or timeline for the rollout yet.
Setting up a semi-permanent solution for home charging my BMW i3 was pretty easy. Here’s a look at my simple (and cheap) EV charging setup.