2012 Tesla Model S Charging

Tesla's electric Model S combines unprecedented driving range and quick charging times. Thanks to the many different plug adapters, you have flexibility over how quickly the Model S can charge.  Standard Level 1 charging at home can take up to 12 hours, while a special 240v plug can return up to 30 miles per hour of charging, eliminating the need to install a costly Level 2 home charging unit. With advanced technology comes issues, however. Cars.com Reviewer Joe Wiesenfelder takes a look at some of the grievances that bothered him like the unique door handles, obnoxious seat-bottom weight sensors and charging port door.

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2012 Tesla Model S
The Tesla Model S is an all-new, all-electric family car available to the mainstream market. With a starting price just over $57,000, the Model S brings attractive styling, impressive driving dynamics and up to 300 miles of pure electric driving. Cars.com reviewer Joe Wiesenfelder takes a look at the outrageously quick Model S and explains some of the high-tech quirks and why he thinks key improvements need to be made to make this a true American family car.





2015 Jaguar XF Review
Jaguar's XF is being redesigned, but let's take one last look at the current generation. With a refined powertrain and luxurious interior, there's a lot to like about the 2015 Jaguar XF. Watch the video for more.





Cars.com's Chevy Volt at 18,000 Miles
It's now been more than a year and 18,000 miles since we bought our 2011 Chevrolet Volt. After having the car for so long, we'd like to share some of our lasting likes and dislikes about the car to give you an all-encompassing view of our time with the plug-in hybrid. Overall, we're pretty satisfied with the Volt, and despite its quirky cabin configuration and powertrain, this is a real car that can accommodate everyday use, according to Cars.com Executive Editor Joe Wiesenfelder.





2013 Mitsubishi Lancer GT
Aimed at younger buyers, the Mitsubishi Lancer GT offers features like a premium aftermarket stereo, leather seats and aggressive styling matched by sporty driving dynamics. Cars.com reviewer Joe Bruzek says the Lancer GT's subpar fuel economy and hard ride quality may sway buyers toward more updated, fuel-efficient competitors in the compact sedan class.




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