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The people’s electric, ready to claim power

This New York Times article reviews the Nissan Leaf, America’s first mass-produced electric vehicle. Called a good car for commutes or errands, it costs $33,630, less $7,500 federal subsidy, and goes 50-100 miles between charges, which take 21 hours at home. Nissan plans a network of fast charging stations. GR

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