Some vehicles have been available for long enough that a appropriate market is growing already. I’m speaking cars, needless to say, as electric vehicles have been around since the 19th century. The guys from iSeeCars.com do some serious market research every year and their findings demonstrate that the BMW i3 is one of those fastest-selling pre-owned electric cars available in the US right now, so people still find it appealing after being owned by someone else first.
The best is led by Tesla models together with the Model X king of the mountain. Second place goes into the Model S, once again. The Model 3 is not yet rated as it’s too new to have a big enough presence in the second-hand sector.
The podium is done from the Chevy Bolt EV, the American-made car being a recent entry. Its benefits include its price tag and the 238-mile variety, obviously. Normally, a Bolt EV sits about 35.2 days at the parking lot before the ideal customer comes by. Fourth place goes into the Volkswagen e-Golf and this can be a significant surprise in the Veedub includes a brief electric range . Nevertheless, the e-Golf is sold at an average of 38.4 days.
The BMW i3 comes in fifth but it’s very important to mention that the data contains numbers for the the pure EV model and the REx version. The typical i3 is marketed in 39.2 times which is marginally longer than it’s the case for your VW. The i3 is the quickest selling EV at Phoenix, AZ and Seattle, WA.
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