With prices coming down, charging soon to be more plentiful, and sustainability increasingly top of mind for consumers, there’s a good chance your next car will be fully (or partially) electric. So how do you shop for one? Many of the same car-buying considerations still apply — your budget, how much driving you do, vehicle safety ratings, cargo capacity, and so forth. But EVs are different, and buying one can be confusing.
That’s where we come in, with a series of tips — we call them “plugs” — to make sure you have the information you need to make the right choice.
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