Lexus RZ and Kia Sportage Hybrid Review, Bolt EV Recall Update, Tesla and Kia

We drive Lexus’ first electric vehicle for the United States, and its quality is irresistible with the Kia Sportage Hybrid’s drive. The federal government has advised us on how the Chevy Bolt EV recall is going and we are seeing why Tesla and Kia have stopped offering charge cables with their EVs. And Tesla sales continue to grow in California. This and more, here and here Green Car Report.

The 2023 Kia Sportage Hybrid is not only the best driving of the new Sportage lineup, but even better driving than other hybrid competitors from Toyota, Honda and Ford. With a starting price of $ 28,545, the 43-mpg hybrid is also a great value.

And on the first drive of the 2023 Lexus RZ 450e, we found some satisfactory handling but couldn’t figure out how Lexus’ first EV for the United States fit together as a complete package. Although we are interested by the steering yoke.

Tesla recently discontinued the inclusion of a mobile charger in its new vehicles – opting to reduce the price of its well-known home hardware instead. But it is worth noting that this is not the only company that salutes the car with a charge cord.

According to a recall document filed by the federal government last week, about 45% of all Chevrolet Bolt EV models recalled for their battery packs received a cure. All Bolt EV models have been affected by the recall, but GM has chosen to replace all battery modules in cars prior to 2017-2019.

EV sales were at record levels, both in California and nationally, with Tesla leading the way in more than 10% of the state market. The market share of plug-in vehicles in Golden State has doubled in the last two years.


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