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The 2013 World Green Car of the Year will be announced later this week at the New York International Motor Show, and the three finalists have been named. Vying for the prized title are two all-electric cars—the luxury Tesla Model S and the more modest Renault Zoe—alongside the Volvo V60 plug-in diesel hybrid. For US drivers, the question may be somewhat academic; the Renault Zoe is presently only available in Europe, while the Volvo V60 hybrid was available in Europe, until it sold out for this production year. But each of the impressive vehicles bring their own unique offerings to the green car market – read on to learn more about these finalists, and vote for your favorite!

Which car should win the 2013 World Green Car of the Year?

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  1. tony myers March 26, 2013 at 5:58 pm

    While I love the Tesla because of its range and styling I believe the price needs to be taken into account when picking a care of the year. My vote would go to the 2013 Nissan Leaf. The price has gone down and efficiency gone up making it the cheapest new cars to own when you consider total cost of ownership (gas, oil changes, maintenance). It reminds me of the Ford Model T. The lower purchase price and quick payback will do a lot to bring EV’s to the forefront.

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