EV sales are up again year-over-year, albeit marginally. With Tesla focusing on Model 3 deliveries overseas, the U.S. EV market is taking a notable hit.
Tag: Nissan LEAF sales
Finally, sales of the Nissan LEAF are on the move upwards in the U.S. After several months of sales below 1,000 units, March marks a breakout month for the LEAF.
It certainly got a bit scary as we began reporting U.S. EV sales for February. However, primarily due to the Tesla Model 3, the month is a marginal success.
Just when you thought sales of the Nissan LEAF couldn't possibly drop any lower. Clearly, the focus in the U.S. has turned to the longer range LEAF e-Plus now.
January is not a welcome month for EV sales for a number of reasons. While deliveries were lackluster for most brands, Tesla and Honda helped
The announcement of the longer range LEAF e-Plus no doubt contributes to reduced sales of the shorter range version that's currently offered.
The month of December shows another amazing increase in U.S. EV sales. Despite GM numbers being low, others like Toyota, Honda, and BMW make up the difference.
Finally, after several months of a downward slide, sales of the Nissan LEAF show a sharp rise in December 2018 in the U.S.
The month of November shows another amazing increase in U.S. EV sales. Despite Tesla Model 3 numbers being down from September, others step it up.
November 2018 is sure to be a strong EV sales month in the U.S., but the Nissan LEAF just can't seem to move the electric car needle all that much these days.
The month of October 2018 shows another significant increase in U.S. EV sales. We can only imagine what the next few months will bring.
The month of September 2018 shows a huge surge in U.S. EV deliveries. This is positive news for the future of adoption in the segment.
We track all plug-in electric vehicles sales in the U.S. on a month-to-month basis.
The month of August 2018 shows a huge surge in U.S. EV deliveries. This is positive news for the future of adoption in the segment.
Every month we share U.S. plug-in electric vehicle sales and insight in our monthly report card. What will August 2018 bring?