I would have thought they would be further along, but I guess not.Construction work is still in progress:
"Decent Range" varies wildly depending on who you are talking to.
Thanks!"Decent Range" varies wildly depending on who you are talking to.
200+ miles in the used market pretty much limits you to Tesla and the Chevy Bolt, As your definition of decent range drops, more options become available. It is possible to find the occasional >2 year old used EV, but often they are priced higher than new if you factor in available incentives.
My brother is an automotive writer, he has said that the Bolt is a great vehicle, he suggested I might want to try one if I had the chance, like rental or something, I talked to an Lyft driver about hers and she loved it - said it had the range they promised and she drives nearly every day for Lyft and has had zero problems. I also talked to a guy at the local Wal-Mart charger - he loved his too - he paid $40k - but I have seen some going for as low $29k - it was the electric yellow one though :-DDD
Used Model 3 if people are actually selling them yet. Car and Driver certainly seems to like the Bolt.
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