Have electric vehicles caught up to the Durango lifestyle?

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Have electric vehicles caught up to the Durango lifestyle?

As their mileage range expands, so does access to recreational opportunities
Gordon Rodda, owner of a 2012 Chevrolet Volt, said electric car models made today are mostly for highway and paved road use. But cars are coming down the pike that can handle the Durango way of life, he said.

Have electric vehicles caught up to the Durango lifestyle?

Gordon Rodda, owner of a 2012 Chevrolet Volt, said electric car models made today are mostly for highway and paved road use. But cars are coming down the pike that can handle the Durango way of life, he said.

Have electric vehicles caught up to the Durango lifestyle?

With each generation of new electric cars, the vehicles are improving in mileage range, Gordon Rodda said. Soon, car manufacturers will be making models with four-wheel-drive, high-clearance ability.

Have electric vehicles caught up to the Durango lifestyle?

Charging stations around the region are critical to creating connectivity for electric car users, Gordon Rodda said. Stations have been cropping up around the Four Corners in the past few years.

Have electric vehicles caught up to the Durango lifestyle?

Have electric vehicles caught up to the Durango lifestyle?

Gordon Rodda shows the three-cylinder motor and electric motor in his 2012 Chevrolet Volt. Rodda said electric cars are improving with each generation. And soon, manufacturers will make cars with four-wheel-drive, high-clearance ability.
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