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Today, we’ve got pricing for the 2018 Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid and some thoughts on next year’s Jaguar I-Pace prices too; an aggressive climate-change plan; an update on the Lexus UX concept; and a comprehensive look at the electric commercial-truck world. All this and more on Green Car Reports.

The results from our Twitter poll on which plug-in hybrid followers would buy are in, and there’s one clear favorite—despite some newer competitors.

A new and agressive Chinese plan to counter climate change is kicking off, and it might just leave the U.S. in the dust.

The prices of the Jaguar I-Pace electric SUV are starting to emerge in other countries; one analysis suggests the U.S. price can be inferred from those.

Fifteen months after its debut at the 2016 Paris auto show, the Lexus UX small crossover is eagerly sought by dealers but still being evaluated by the company.

Major truck makers around the world don’t intend to be caught sleeping by Tesla, as car makers were by the Model S back in 2012.

Pricing is now emerging for the 2018 Kia Niro Plug-In Hybrid, which reportedly carries a sticker price starting at $28,840 including delivery.

Because it’s Friday, we’ll forgive you for indulging in a little wishful thinking about some of the sportiest of SUVs: we’ve compared the Mazda CX-5 and Alfa Romeo Stelvio.

Finally, China’s GAC will return to next month’s Detroit auto show with an electric car as well as a luxury sedan. Note that their brands are Gonow and Trumpchi.

Green Car Reports will return after Christmas; we wish all our readers the happiest of whatever holidays they happen to celebrate.

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Source: https://www.greencarreports.com/news/1114420_niro-plug-in-and-jaguar-i-pace-prices-popular-plug-in-hybrids-lexus-ux-electric-trucks-todays-car-news

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