"Recliner" wrote in message
so the reasons seem to be:
because he got government grant of 3,500 - for a near 50 grand car (after
options) is that really a deal maker?
It seems to be the biggest factor with BEVs and PHEVs: withdraw the
subsidy, and sales plummet. That's been demonstrated in both the UK and
many other countries. And when you consider that, even with the subsidy,
most BEVs are also loss-making for the manufacturer, it's clear that the
gap between what most people are willing to pay and what it costs to make
them is still large (though shrinking).
So he can save on the ultra-low emission zone fee, - surely your average
second hand petrol model achieves that
Perhaps not for long?
not very compelling, is it?
It presumably is for a virtue-signalling politician.
especially as he admits himself that there are not enough public charge
points - there's not a single one within parking distance of my house