nataraj

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  1. Finally today, the first Leaf was delivered to a customer in the San Francisco bay area. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/12/11/BALT1GPFFC.DTL&tsp=1
  2. http://gas2.org/2010/10/29/driverless-vans-complete-their-8000-mile-journey/ nataraj2010-11-01 01:03:33
  3. GM fans in the US are cribbing about this not being available here ... http://gm-volt.com/2010/09/08/chevrolet-cruze-launches-in-us-today-and-commercials-begin/
  4. How do you achieve self sufficiency with diesel ? Like I noted above - checkout Peak Oil and its consequences ....
  5. I was allowed to order today. Because of the way Nissan has handled all the reservation & ordering through internet - dealers were competing for the orders and I could get a quote from a dealer for thousand below list price. With accessories it came to $32,500 - and after 7,500 tax credit later will be a nice round figure of 25,000. Same as most family sized ICE cars and Prius.
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    Passat 2011

    Hmmm ... the front looks like something from 80s ...
  7. Today Nissan started taking orders for Leaf - from the first batch of reservation holders. These people will get their cars in December. Most of them ordered within 10 minutes of getting their emails on Apr-20th. I'm in the next batch - which means probably a January delivery ... Features etc : http://www.mynissanleaf.com/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1022 Official photos :
  8. http://blogs.automobilemag.com/6674074/editors-soapbox/toyota-is-the-new-audi/index.html NHTSA now says that in ALL 58 cases they have examined, it is driver's fault.
  9. http://blogs.edmunds.com/greencaradvisor/2010/08/mahindra-gets-epa-go-ahead-to-bring-diesel-pickup-suv-to-us.html In what is a first for an Indian auto manufacturer, M&M has got the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approval to sell its diesel pickup & SUV in US.
  10. http://green.autoblog.com/2010/08/15/report-tata-motors-to-launch-2-evs-in-europe-by-march-of-2011/#comments The Indica Electric uses a lithium ion battery to provide a claimed range of about 120 miles.