As New Electric Vehicles Come to Market, Older Models Get Discounted Up to $20,000
As new EVs like Tesla’s Model 3 hit the market, and utility providers in various states and cities create incentives, choices for consumers multiply. Existing EVs are now priced to sell, fueling the transition to clean energy vehicles.
As new electric vehicles (EVs) like Tesla’s much-anticipated Model 3 continue to hit the market with considerable fanfare, choices for consumers multiply. Existing EVs are now being priced to sell more quickly in many cases.
Electrek reported that new Leafs have been selling at a rock bottom $13,000 in Florida and Ohio. This may be in part due to new vehicles coming on the market, but it is mainly due to a partnership between Nissan and local electric utilities that beefs up the existing federal incentives to purchase EVs.