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Electric cars that will change your mind



99% of us don’t buy electric cars, but here are 5 reasons that will change.

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  • maoss40
    August 5, 2017

    Nice, Cooley just said what I was thinking when he said #5 vw, VW only know how to bs, only knows how to make concept, I dont believe VW until I see the real things

  • redxsage
    August 10, 2017

    Completely fair under the given criteria, I suppose. Ford, Volkswagen, Toyota, and General Motors sort of share that 'biggest automotive company' status, depending on how you look at it. I would be extremely surprised to find the Nissan LEAF 2.0 achieved a 200+ mile EPA rated range for a more affordable price point than Chevrolet BOLT or Tesla Model S, though.

  • Mark Doug
    August 10, 2017

    And they are all still ugly as sin. I don't mind eletric at all but why are they so damn ugly the new jaguar isn't bad nor is the renalt zoe sport but come on……. damn

  • ealiev60
    September 10, 2017

    if only he knew that New Nissan Leaf 2.0 has only 150 mile range … Chevy Bolt looks like a good solution…

  • Dylan Dylan
    September 30, 2017

    you Crazy ..ha ha ha ha ha

  • TheDarkKnight
    October 2, 2017

    what happened to cnet on cars?

  • Paul Wagstaffe
    November 16, 2017

    EVs will only work for people that need to pop to the shops. Anyone that does serious mileage, lives in a flat or terraced house or can’t park on their property will have no use for one at all.

  • Toyota Nerd !!!!
    November 28, 2017

    fuck you and your agenda on electric cars. trying to sell battery's. this is sponsored by coal company s !!!!

  • john cabot
    December 14, 2017

    Toyota, not VW, is the worlds largest car manufacturer.

  • Obie 1
    December 27, 2017

    Yo said real world EV and included a concept car!! What.?? Model 3 and the SUPER CHARGING system is the game changer!

  • Smooth Operator
    December 31, 2017

    Man I had no idea where you went too,kinda unsubscribed from Cnet ever since you left.Just Subscribed now.

  • Xavier Charbonneau
    January 15, 2018

    Grève me more info for me Gazoline is Passer am keeping my old car before turning in EV

  • Davide Liggieri
    January 31, 2018

    what about the most selled ev in europe… the Renault Zoe…?

  • Soul2Soul
    February 22, 2018

    FORD buys cheap defective wire harnesses for their cars and would never buy a car from the check engine champions of the world !

  • Jonathan Curro
    March 4, 2018

    I suppose number 3 is the recently announced Hyundai Kona EV. Up to 470km range. Sounds pretty good to me. If you like that small crossover SUV style.

  • Shantell Amend
    April 23, 2018

    I took excellent guide from Avasva. Just google it.

  • Cordelia Blakeslee
    April 25, 2018

    You can find best solutions on Avasva website.

  • AnthonyMendezVO
    May 17, 2018

    So, none of them will address the "ugly" objection.

  • ilovesudan
    May 30, 2018

    Cooley is by far the best host ever!

  • Patrick Chubey
    June 8, 2018

    Seems to be a lot of upcoming vehicles with weird shaped steering wheels. I wouldn't be comfortable with anything that wasn't absolutely round. Why? Because it's easier and a whole lot safer for the driver to handle, which is actually a no brainer. Chrysler fooled with square – ish steering wheels decades ago and since modern steering wheels are round, we all know the odd shaped wheel wasn't a good idea. Wait, what about autonomous cars, don'tcha want a car that drives itself? No I don't. I like driving, I enjoy piloting a vehicle and I'm fairly good at it, because I enjoy it and have applied myself to becoming very good at it. I can only see a few reasons why you wouldn't want to drive a car, like ' can't be bothered ', ' not good at it', too lazy ' or ' too drunk ', and certainly autonomous cars are going be perfect for drunk drivers. For one thing people will be able to get absolutely stupid drunk and still make it home from the bar ok, or go wherever they want to go, safely for them, safely for us, it's all good, no more drunk driving traffic fatalities. But, the bottom line is that I still want to drive my own car and it's harder to control a vehicle with an odd shaped wheel, but I'm sure the manufacturers are well aware of that and the wheels will be round for production " driver's " cars. Right now it's just a funky style in concept cars and that's cool.

  • David Blakley
    July 20, 2018

    It's interesting looking back at these older videos on EV's to find how wrong the prediction was. The more expensive Tesla Model 3 is outselling the Chevy Bolt, Hyundai Ioniq, Nissan LEAF, Niro, and all others. The problem with EV sales at the Stealerships is that they don't want to sell them and discourage buyers because they know it will greatly decrease how their service departments steal from customers on repairing and replacing things that aren't needed. Recently I was at a Nissan Stealership getting the oil changed on my Altima and a female new car sales rep was showing me the 2018 LEAF and asked me what I currently drive. After I told her a new Tesla Model X she said "so you've gone over to the dark side"! She obviously didn't know Nissan is still slightly ahead of Tesla on total EV's sold, but not for long!

  • meowmeow
    August 18, 2018

    The power of corruption/evil soulless law makers, politicians and business types. What the fuck happened to the VW emissions cheating/deception/lying situation.

  • JackSpeed 439
    August 22, 2018

    VW can’t do that, it’s impossible. THEY DON’T HAVE THE BATTERIES. Tesla makes mort lithium batteries tan all other manufacturers combined. Nissan and Chevy buy theirs from LGchem. That VW van has been 12 months from sale since 2012. In this EV game it’s all about the BATTERIES.

  • mrpmj00
    November 29, 2018

    I test drove the Model 3 with awd and I'll pass.
    PRO: peppy
    CON:
    – Stiff suspension, more stiff than even my C7 Corvette Stingray.
    – In the parking garage, steering wheel was heavy and felt almost like no power steering.
    – Hate Tesla's regenerative braking, felt like I slammed on the brakes abruptly and hard every time I took my foot off the throttle. Risk of getting rear-ended. Gets fatiguing holding your foot so lightly on the throttle in an attempt to maintain speed. Without regenerative brakes, your foot gets to rest while you're coasting.
    Lawsuit: http://www.lemonlawcourt.com/tesla-regenerative-braking-lawsuit/
    – freebie only comes in black color, other colors are +$2k
    – freebie only comes with 18 inch steel wheels and hub caps, aluminum wheel is +$2k
    – charger parts&labor +$2k
    – Hate giant ugly tablet as the center console
    – tiny fonts for P/D/N/R
    – to get black seats, you get ugly geezer woodgrain dashboard
    – even with tax credit, you still have to pay tax on that amount.
    – don't like to look to the side to see my speedometer
    – speedometer number font is tiny?
    – No Apple Carplay
    – No sunroof
    – Teach others how to use the door handle inside and outside. Human-user interface suck.
    – Ergonomics suck. Instead of a button to press once to do something, I have to clicks several menus and read the choices. Can't turn a knob or button by feel and have to take my eyes off the road, rotate my head, and read.
    OTHER CONS:
    – higher insurance
    – takes longer for parts if in an accident

  • Wayne Pile
    April 7, 2019

    I have a car that when full of gas will go more than 300 miles on a tank full of gas. Even if it was near empty, I can stop and fill it up in less than 10 minutes, giving me more than 300 more miles again. When you can do this with an electric car, only then will people give serious consideration to buying one.

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