Measuring electric vehicle efficiency: What is MPGe?

June 13th, 2019 by

Measuring electric vehicle efficiency: What is MPGe? Electric vehicles offer large cost savings over traditional gasoline-burning vehicles. That’s simply because electric vehicles use electricity as fuel instead of gasoline. Electricity is much cheaper than gasoline, making it much cheaper to recharge a car than to refill a car. A lesser-known fact contributing to the low…

Where does Current Automotive get its cars?

June 5th, 2019 by

Where does Current Automotive get its cars? It’s easy to understand where most dealerships get their vehicles from: New vehicles come from the manufacturer and used vehicles from trade-ins. The thing is, we’re not most dealerships. We specialize in electric vehicles – we’re focused on e-commerce, and we use fair, no-haggle pricing in a no-pressure…

Ferrari plugs in, gets current with new SF90 Stradale supercar.

May 30th, 2019 by
Ferrari SF90 Stradale

Having dipped their toes into the sea of electrification with the mild hybrid Ferrari LaFerrari, the Italian automaker is wading in a little deeper with the new SF90 Stradale. The new supercar features a plug-in hybrid powertrain producing more power than the LaFerrari. In fact, the SF90 Stradale will be its most powerful production car…

We buy Teslas and other electric vehicles – even if you don’t buy from us.

May 28th, 2019 by
Model 3 Purchase Agreement

Privately selling your car on the used market is a tough task. Beyond the usual headaches of potential scammers and people wasting your time, selling an electric vehicle adds an additional challenge: teaching a new buyer about living with an electric vehicle. Add that to the fact that most buyers want to finance and/or trade-in…

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The owner’s manual of the GM EV1 shows just how advanced it was.

May 15th, 2019 by
GM EV1 Owner's Manual

The 1997 GM EV1 was a car ahead of its time. It was the first modern electric car, hitting the market over 10 years before the Tesla Roadster surged onto the scene in 2008. It wowed its owners with smooth and powerful acceleration characteristic of electric powertrains. It even carried features that today’s most advanced…

Eight Great Used Electric Vehicles

May 7th, 2019 by

As electric experts, we know these cars better than anyone. There may be an assumption that electric vehicles are expensive, but pre-owned electric cars are a great bargain. A great example in this list includes the BMW i3. While it stickers for around $50,000, it can be had used for less than $20,000. Same thing…

Posted in Consumer Info

Now offering X-Care: a third-party extended warranty for Tesla

April 30th, 2019 by
X-Care EV Protection

Current Automotive is now offering the nation’s first third-party extended warranty for Teslas. X-Care EV Protection is meant to mirror Tesla’s own extended service agreement it offers customers – it covers nearly everything the automaker’s extended warranty does. While Tesla restricts its own coverage exclusively to customers who buy Tesla vehicles from the automaker, X-Care…

No, electric vehicles do not produce more carbon emissions than gasoline vehicles.

April 22nd, 2019 by
Long Tailpipe

One of the biggest arguments in favor of the widespread adoption of electric vehicles is that they produce fewer emissions are therefore better for the environment. Tesla’s mission statement has long been (and continues to be) “to accelerate the to accelerate the advent of sustainable transport by bringing compelling mass market electric cars to market…

Tesla takes Standard Range Model 3 off website, changes pricing again

April 16th, 2019 by
Tesla Model 3

Update May 15, 2019: Tesla has raised pricing on all new Model 3s by $400. They also increased the cost of Full Self Driving to $6,000 before delivery and $8,000 after delivery. The article text and images below have been updated to match this info. ~~~ The Tesla Model 3 Standard Range turned out to…

Digging Deep into Popular EVs Shows Tesla’s Big Advantage

April 11th, 2019 by
Tesla Model 3 Under Construction

While the Nissan Leaf currently holds the crown as the best-selling electric vehicle of all time, the Tesla Model 3 will likely take the throne soon. According to the InsideEVs Monthly Sales Scorecard, it has been the best-selling plug-in vehicle every single month since January 2018. It’s a wildly successful car that has been applauded…

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Current Automotive
Current Automotive
1551 W Jefferson
Naperville, IL, 60504 US
(855) 438-3838
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