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It comes as no surprise that plug-in EV sales were up again this March, but growth continues to exceed our expectations.
We tracked U.S. plug-in electric vehicle sales for March 2018 and compared the data to previous months and years since the notable inception of EVs.
Another month will soon be on the books, which brings us to the end of the quarter. Soon, March EV sales will provide us a much-improved forecast for the year ahead.
We tracked U.S. plug-in electric vehicle sales for February 2018 and compared the data to previous months and years since the notable inception of EVs.
It comes as no surprise that plug-in EV sales were up again this February, but the height at which they rose is stellar for the segment.
It is time again to peer into the crystal ball of US Plug-In Electric Vehicle Sales and see what 2018 has in store for us.
We've completed another month of 2018, and soon enough, we'll know just how plug-in sales panned out, along with a better forecast of the year ahead.
Not surprisingly, U.S. Plug-in EV sales were up again in January, which marks the 28th consecutive month of year-over-year sales gains for the segment.
Plug-in electric vehicle sales gained significantly for the 28th consecutive month.
Not surprisingly, U.S. Plug-in EV sales were up again in December, which marks the 27th consecutive month of sales gains for the segment.
Plug-in sales gained significantly for the 27th consecutive month, despite Tesla Model 3, Nissan LEAF, and several newbies behind or not yet contributing.
Lead by a surprising result by BMW with its iPerformance offerings, sales of plug-in EVs rose for the 26th month in a row in the US
While plug-in sales gained significantly, and for the 26th consecutive month, it could have been even better if the Tesla Model 3 and new LEAF were on the scene
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It's high time for FCA to get with the program following major electric future announcements by GM and Ford. How about free food if you test drive an EV?
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