Advances and new models can keep costs down and range worries away.
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- The many ways hybrids and electrics suit eco tastes
Prize is a trip to Japan for an award show
Today, crash avoidance features are making their way into new vehicles and, like the third brake light, are expected to decrease accidents
Automotive is produced by Advertising Publications staff at The Seattle Times. The editor is Linda Hughes.