Day: March 29, 2024

Used Electric Cars For Sale

For sale of electric cars continues to improve and reduce in price, and more and more drivers are considering making the switch from gas-powered to EV. EVs offer many benefits including lower maintenance costs (with some exceptions), no need to visit the gas pump, and the ability to charge at home or at public charging stations quickly. With a little research, you can find an EV that meets your needs at a price that fits your budget.

Depending on the model and year of your selected vehicle, you may be able to take advantage of incentives that help offset the initial purchase price of an EV. For example, the 2023 Chevrolet Bolt and its EUV hatchback counterpart start at just $26,500. And because most periodic maintenance is done by trained mechanics, EVs require less work and parts than gas-powered vehicles. Moreover, most new EVs come with battery warranty coverage that extends well beyond the standard bumper-to-bumper warranty.

For Sale: Electric Cars Available Now

Used EV inventory is also increasing as more consumers trade in their gasoline-powered cars for an all-electric alternative. Many of these vehicles, such as the Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model 3, meet the $25,000 price threshold to qualify for a federal EV tax credit of $7,500. And because buyers can claim the credit right away at their dealerships, rather than waiting until they file taxes, this helps to bring down financing costs for consumers who take out auto loans to buy an EV.

Other brands, such as the BMW i3, are also finding their way into the used market. And with the 530e, 330e, and X5 xDrive40e models generating impressive fuel economy numbers, these vehicles are a great choice for drivers looking to save money on gas while cutting their carbon footprint at the same time.