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October 21, 2013
Plug-in e-cars: Leasing is the way to go
The technology is evolving so trade-in values will be limited as model advance, and there is concern that the batteries will degrade over time.
By ALEX VEIGA
AP Business Writer
Photo courtesy of Chevrolet
It's possible to drive a plug-in hybrid for next to nothing if you were already spending $200 a month on gas.
Automakers have sweetened deals in recent months for plug-in electric cars in a bid to boost sales and move the vehicles off dealer lots as the end of the year nears.
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