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Electric Car Success finally outranks its Most Advanced Fossil Fuel Counterparts

The list of top cars in 2014 holds a critical surprise. In a recent list released by the Consumer Reports magazine, a surprise victor holds the top slot. The report shows a major luxury electric carmaker from California occupies the first position in terms of consumer demand. There has been an effective surge of demands in this segment lately. Car owners across the world are diverting their attention into the huge benefits of the electric units. Outranking the fuel engine cars may as well ensue a rerun of the Golden Age of electric vehicles. Indeed, the Golden Era is not a myth. In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, the electric vehicles outnumbered their gasoline counterparts in preferred quality.

The choice is imperative

The choice to drive an electric automobile is imperative. Given the complicated scarcity of petroleum fuel reserves, the world finds the best solution in the legion of ECO cars. Automakers around the world realize very well that the days of petroleum cars do not hold together for much long. They have been planning for the transition for some time now. All manufacturers currently maintain a lineup of electric units. The demand is surging daily. Consumers are waking up to the realization that Nikola Tesla had been right all the time. The Croatian genius scientist always recommended electric cars over gasoline ones. He had to lose in his lifetime to clever conspiracies from the likes of Thomas Alva Edison and Henry Ford. However, 2014 sees an effective resurrection of Tesla’s dream.

Getting rid of carbon guilt

Get rid of your carbon guilt completely by arranging a swift sale of your existing petroleum car. You do not have to bear the responsibility of drilling destruction by paying for the fuel. The electric car does away with the very concept of petroleum fuel. Working on advanced motor technologies, these soundless cars are swift movers. Driving these almost delivers a sci-fi feel in the real sense. Drivers unanimously report that the experience is mindblowing. You need a good dealer for selling your current four-wheeler. Look for a dealer of salvage cars in securing the best deal you can find. Many services just extract the metal from the old cars and sell them at scrap rates to industries. Call up the company in discussing the different parameters of a suitable agreement. You should not hesitate in negotiating a convenient agreement.

Looking up other top trends

Besides the electric unit in the first slot, the Japanese cars occupy key positions in the list. These super-efficient cars are the best in the fuel-engine category. Japanese engineering always maintains a significant lead over its counterparts. You can also greatly enjoy driving these amazing cars. Many car owners nowadays exclusively search only for four-wheelers from Japan. Do your research in finding which Japanese service is the best one. Look up car testing websites and user reviews. You can also attend to automobile community forum discussions in clarifying the doubts. You always get specialist responses from other forum members on any specific query.


You may need car financing assistance. Check up the various offers available online. Find in detail about the credibility of the services. Check the interest rate and loan window parameters. Find if they have installment payment facilities. Some companies want you to make a one-time payment. Other companies maintain both options. Verify whether the service has a stable customer support department. Financial transactions entail direct discussions. The consultation with the support staff is necessary. You need to know the total loan amount along with inclusive taxes and hidden fees. You must ensure to set a balanced lending amount. Do not borrow more than you need. You always have to repay any surplus.

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