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75% of motorists would consider purchasing an EV if it was able to travel 300 miles!

Discussion in 'News' started by jcstp, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. jcstp

    jcstp Active Member

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    I would agree with you because a friend my mine just spoke about giving the Model S a serious look now that gas prices are sky rocketing.
     
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    same case here!
    I gues he is just waiting to see the real car before making the definitive décision
     
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    He who hesitates ... is last.
     
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    They'd consider it... But at 80 grandish?
     
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    I read somewhere that a Dutch person paid that amount only in taxes on a Audi A3 2L diesel during his 3 year ownership! EV's are taxexempt I thhought to understand! So for him it was cheaper to have a BIG model S instead of a LITTLE A3!

    Here in belgium firms can déduct the car's purchasingcost in comparison with it's co2 exhausts! The more co2, the less you can déduct it! A EV is 120% déductable! With result that an E gets very interesting for fleets!!!!!!
     

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