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Re: for sale 2012 Miev Chicago area

Posted: Thu Mar 21, 2019 10:52 am
by rmay635703
wmcbrine wrote:I'd ask why the sales turned down, but I'm even more puzzled that the registrations stopped tracking the sales. People buying out of state?


If in 2011 I buy a used EV
And in 2012 my buddy buys a new PHEV
And in 2013 another guy buys a used EV

We don’t sell our cars in 2014, and we are the only ones who bought
how many Bev registrations are there in 2014

Also how many BEV sales were there in each year?

Lastly How many plug in sales were there in each year?

Re: for sale 2012 Miev Chicago area

Posted: Thu Mar 21, 2019 4:50 pm
by kiev
This looks like a trick question, and i'm not so good at math so i should just give up, but i'll guess,

2
0
1 in 2012

Re: for sale 2012 Miev Chicago area

Posted: Fri Mar 22, 2019 5:05 am
by rmay635703
Your answer proves a point that metrics like this one mean less than you think

https://evadoption.com/ev-market-share/ ... 88E-tnUdOc

The answers that match how the state measures them are
Annual BEV sales
1
0
1

Annual Plug in sales
1 per year

BEV Registrations in 2014= 2

The only real metric that means anything are the numbers of registered EVs and it took BEN Nelson a freedom of information act request to get Wisconsin numbers.

But even freely available information (like the link I provided) show Wisconsin’s “plug in sales” are falling.

Just goes to show anti EV rhetoric + tax can kill sales (new+used)

Re: for sale 2012 Miev Chicago area

Posted: Fri May 03, 2019 11:17 am
by JPM4722
Do you still have the car for sale?
What color, mileage, any thing new?