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Consumer Reports Article

Discussion in 'News' started by Jkam, Apr 13, 2011.

  1. zack

    zack Member

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    Argh. Tesla has established itself as a maker of premium electric cars with the Roadster, essentially a $110,000 Lotus Elise conversion.
     
  2. tomanik

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    Thanks for posting. Always find the little tid bits interesting "its low stance and 21-inch wheels make it look smaller. Base models will have 19-incher wheels"
     
  3. waltoninn

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    Nice article. Balanced and as objective as one might be. And it was well written.
     
  4. JimmWilks

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    A few factual inaccuracies and not much that was too new, but still interesting. It says the 19-inch wheel will be standard, not 21? Is this new or not?
     
  5. William13

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    I hope this explains the ground clearance discrepancy of the 6 inches I measured versus the 4.5 inches in the FAQ.
     
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    I agree.
     

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