We test drove the new Chevrolet Bolt – and here’s the scoop
With an impressive 238-mile range per charge, Bay Area owners can make a complete one-way trip to Tahoe without having to refuel, making the Bolt far more suitable for weekend trips than many of its EV competitors, such as the Nissan Leaf. The car’s official MSRP is $37,495 but a federal tax credit of $7500 puts it firmly in the under $30,000 range.
Next Nissan LEAF to get a more 'mainstream' look, much bigger capacity battery (185 miles?)
Nissan Leaf Electric Car. I test drove one of these. It's not all that impressive on the outside, but I was blown away by the interior (of course, I tested the top model) and how it drove. Still can't afford it - but it changed my impression of all-electric cars.