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Who Buys Plug-In Electric Cars, And Why? CA Report Explains It All For You

Within two or three months, there will be more than 200,000 plug-in electric cars on U.S. roads–and we’re learning more about who buys them, and why.

California’s Center for Sustainable Energy released a new report this month that depicts the owners of different models having different reasons for their purchases.

MORE: Green Car People: Who Buys Electric And Plug-In Vehicles?

As neatly summarized in the Center’s press release last week, the differences can be broken down partly by the type of vehicle.

Those span battery-electric vehicles like the Nissan Leaf, range-extended electrics like the Chevrolet Volt, and plug-in hybrids like the Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid (along with Ford’s C-Max and Fusion Energi models and a small handful of Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrids as well).


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