The Used Electric Car


Used Cars Go do a search for “used electric cars” and see what’s available. And see how cheap they are!

I ended up purchasing a used 2013 Ford Focus electric for various reasons. One of the primary reasons was due to the price difference between the used and the new models. With the first generation of electric cars price was a major hurdle to their acceptance. The Tesla Model S is still north of $70,000 new, and the Volt and the Leaf for the year 2011 were around $35,000-40,000. Even after subtracting the maximum federal tax credit of $7,500 these cars were still much more expensive than their gasoline counterparts. People on a budget or those who are very frugal just couldn’t afford the cost of a new electric car. Even though you could recoup your costs in time by not buying gasoline it didn’t justify not using a cheaper gasoline car…

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