100 miles is not enough. That’s what most new car buyers say and it’s why just seven percent of new car buyers have an electric car on their short list to purchase or lease, according to a new survey by KBB. The concern is the limited driving range and the lack of charging stations. Yes, exactly.
87% of those responding to the KBB survey worry about the drivable range on a single charge, and 84% worry about the availability of charging stations. This is despite the fact that the overwhelming percentage of drivers drive less than 100 miles a day.
Guest Blogger: Evelyn Kanter