Normally a comparison is a great opportunity for us to compare vehicles that sit within the same size or price category, with a CarAdvice-backed winner declared at the end. Given the relative lack of competition within segments in the electric vehicle market, we wanted to do something a little different with a comparison of a cross-section of the passenger EV market – a group of cars from the cheapest to the most expensive. We also wanted to tackle the issue of range anxiety, which is a common talking point amongst those skeptical of EVs and their place within society. The aim of our testing was to see how they fared against their manufacturers’ range claims and how an equivalent internal combustion car would manage to meet its range claims. Included in this test was the Hyundai Ioniq (full electric), Nissan Leaf (second generation), Renault Zoe, Jaguar I-Pace HSE and the Tesla Model S P100D. The BMW i3 or i3s couldn’t be made available for this test. We have also … [Read more...] about 2019 electric vehicle comparison: I-Pace v Ioniq v Leaf v Model S v Zoe
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By now, you’ve certainly seen the commercials or—if you’re in one of the now 107 markets served by Carvana—one of their giant automotive “vending machines” next to a major highway. Standing nearly 100 feet tall, these vending machines look like every automotive fantasy you ever had when you were putting your Hot Wheels into their carrier. Carvana’s vending machines are the architectural manifestation of their promise to bring the public a “new way of buying a car.” But is their new way any better? As a journalist, I wanted to know. And as someone who realized they didn’t need both a pickup truck AND a minivan, I also wanted to know. So, I took one for the team and found out, the hard way. Which turns out to have not been so hard after all. It all started online late one night—as most great adventures do—when the realization began to sink in that, although I liked my 2015 Ram Promaster City minivan, … [Read more...] about A New Way to Buy Your Next Car?
Three more Tulsa businesses have signed leases with Mother Road Market, a 27,000-square-foot food hall being built near the corner of 11th Street and Lewis Avenue.They are Mythic Press, A New Leaf and Trenchers Delicatessen. Mother Road Market, which has announced 12 of its 17 tenants, is expected to be completed in August.Mythic Press is an apparel and merchandise cart with Tulsa-themed and Route 66 merchandise. Owned by Cole Cunningham and Hershel Self, it began by focusing on corporate and event branding through screen printing, embroidery and promotional products at its main location just blocks from Mother Road Market."All of our items offered at Mother Road Market will be designed and produced locally at our shop just blocks down the street on Route 66," owner Cole Cunningham said in a statement. "We’re really excited to be engaged and involved in our community through Mother Road Market and to be able to get that real-time feedback from customers on our products."A New … [Read more...] about Trenchers among new tenants announced at Mother Road Market
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A New Leaf recently opened a new midtown Tulsa retail location.The retail garden store, located in the parking lot northwest of the 51st Street and Sheridan Road intersection, is the first Tulsa location for the Broken Arrow nonprofit.“We have a lot of people who love us in the Tulsa area but going to Broken Arrow is out of the way. We wanted to find a place in Tulsa to better serve those customers while providing an additional location where our clients can work,” said Kevin Harper, agency spokesman.A New Leaf provides vocational and residential services to individuals with developmental disabilities.The agency has a greenhouse and retail store in Broken Arrow where clients grow, prune, water and take care of the plants and assist with sales.“We use horticulture therapy to help with their refined motor skills,” Harper said. “As they progress, we see them grow and develop and learn problem-solving skills they can use throughout their life.”A New Leaf … [Read more...] about A New Leaf opens midtown retail site