Dealership Dilemmas: Buick Dealers Take a Stand
Buick, a brand not known for high performance, faces a unique challenge as half of its dealers opt out of selling electric vehicles (EVs). The prospect of investing significant resources in preparing to sell and service EVs prompts these dealers to quit. The question arises: Are dealerships ready to embrace the EV revolution?

Manufacturer Hesitations: Audi Puts the Brakes on EV Development
Following Ford’s lead, another major player in the automotive industry, Audi, hits the brakes on electric vehicle development. The decision to slow down on EV production raises concerns about the industry’s readiness for a complete shift to electric. Are manufacturers having second thoughts about the EV market, and what does this mean for the future of sustainable transportation?

Consumer Frustrations: A Stranded 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV
Consumer dissatisfaction with electric vehicles surfaces as an owner of a 2024 Chevrolet Blazer EV finds themselves stranded after a mere 28 hours with the vehicle. This incident, whether due to a rental car or a test vehicle from the factory, highlights potential issues in EV reliability. What challenges do consumers face when adopting electric vehicles, and how can these concerns be addressed?

Posing the Ultimate Question: Who Truly Likes Electric Vehicles?
In the midst of dealership refusals, manufacturer hesitations, and consumer frustrations, the fundamental question remains: Who genuinely likes electric vehicles? As anecdotal evidence mounts, it becomes crucial to examine public opinion on EVs. Share your thoughts in the comments below and join the conversation about the future of electric transportation.