This article was a good summary.I love my Ram, I really do. But my next truck will be an electric.
I would actually consider this as a commuter car if $27k wasn't completely outside of my price range. Our SUV can do all the family things.That vehicle looks great for single people or couples without kids who live in favorable climates and don't need to tow things ever. We need more family vehicles that can pull a small camper.
That article's biggest complaint was that the software package was so worthless that he had to use his phone for navigation so it is pretty clear that everything about the screen, not just placement, was an afterthought. However, it raved about the mechanical aspects of the car.Is that really how the interior of the electric mustang looks?
If so, this validates my dislike for Ford and how I like GM. I test drove a Bolt and drive a Volt. Their screens / "infotainment" setup make sense. There could certainly be improvements, but they're usable and not nearly that clunky.
That car almost killed the Mustang brand.A friend in HS had a 74 Mustang Hatchback. A lot of people felt the same way about that model, but it was still a fun ride.
This may have something to do with that.
I insure two of them and it's a non issue anymore. Early on some insurers could not get their actuarial data figured out but these days most have. I find Progressive to give the best rates but of course it will vary greatly with each individuals age, driving record etc.Has anyone looked into cost of insuring Tesla. I had heard it’s expensive due to parts availability etc.
If I had to buy a family car now, I think it would be the new e-mustang.
While our mathematic abilities are admittedly limited (hey, we're writers), we've loosely calculated the bow-tie-badged electric SUV could be capable of topping 290 miles on a full charge.
I have zero use for an electric tractor.Monarch Tractor is the driver-optional all-electric farm tool of the future
And this, because my family worked the land with Deere for decades: