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Plug-In Electric Vehicle Purchase Price Per kWh

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#1 OFFLINE   meyersnole


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Posted 06 March 2017 - 01:08 PM

Interesting way to look at EVs... don't really subscribe to economics of purchase, as a car is usually a poor "investment" and rather believe it to be an emotional / utility purchase.



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#2 OFFLINE   bdginmo


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Posted 06 March 2017 - 04:33 PM

Nice little chart. Obviously the PHEVs look bad because they have low HVB capacities. I (and probably many others) just aren't ready for full EV due to range anxiety.


#3 OFFLINE   Deezul


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Posted 08 March 2017 - 07:02 AM

Count me in as someone with range anxiety. My job requries me to drive. Some days I only go into the office and can charge there, and at 25 miles, I get pretty close to making it to the charging station on battery. Bad traffic days mean more brake recharging, so I don't mind them as much anymore. But there are days I get in, and within 30 minutes of charge, I have to head out to a client. Once I can get a vehicle that I can comfortably get 150 miles a day on, I'll consider all electric. Either that or find a new job within range of my battery.

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