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2017 USA Electric Vehicle (EV) Sales

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  1. NEP

    NEP F1 Rookie

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    2017 USA Electric Vehicle (EV) Sales

    1) Tesla Model S - 27 060
    2) Chevrolet Bolt EV - 23 297
    3) Tesla Model X - 21 315
    4) Nissan Leaf EV - 11 230
    5) BMW i3 EV - 6276
    6) Fiat 500e - 5380
    7) Volkswagen e-Golf - 3434
    8) Kia Soul EV - 2157
    9) Toyota Mirai (Fuel Cell) - 1838
    10) Ford Focus EV - 1817
    11) Tesla Model 3 - 1770
    12) Mercedes-Benz B-Class EV - 1488
    13) Honda Clarity BEV - 1121
    14) Smart ForTwo EV - 544
    15) Honda Clarity FCEV (Fuel Cell) - 431
    16) Chevrolet Spark EV - 21
    17) Cadillac ELR EV - 16
    18) Mitsubishi i-MiEV - 6
     
  2. anunakki

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    Thanks for posting. I was under the impression the X was a sales failure
     
  3. VGM911

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    Thanks, NEP. I wasn't aware that there were as many EVs as you listed. If you could continue this reporting during 2018, I (for one) would appreciate it. Thanks, again.
     
  4. NEP

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    @ anunakki and @ VGM911 you are both welcome.

    For interest 2017 US Hybrid and PHEV sales:-

    Hybrid

    1) Toyota Prius - 65 630
    2) Ford Fusion - 57 474
    3) Toyota RAV4 - 50 359
    4) Ford C-Max - 28 640
    5) Kio Niro - 27 237
    6) Honda Accord - 22 008
    7) Toyota Camry - 20 985
    8) Lexus ES / GS / LC / LS / NX / RX - 17 423
    9) Toyota Highlander - 16 864
    10) Toyota Prius C - 12 415
    11) Hyundai Ioniq - 11 197
    12) Toyota Prius V - 10 665
    13) Lincoln MKZ - 5931
    14) Toyota Avalon - 4990
    15) Lexus CT - 4690
    16) Chevrolet Malibu - 4453
    17) Audi A3 - 2867
    18) Acura MDX - 1750
    19) GMC Sierra - 932
    20) Mercedes-Benz C-Class - 817
    21) Honda CRZ - 705
    22) Mercedes- Benz S-Class - 666
    23) Buick LaCrosse / Regal - 511
    24) Mercedes-Benz GLE - 463
    25) Acura RLX - 292
    26) Honda Civic - 64
    27) Volkswagen Jetta - 53

    PHEV

    1) Chevrolet Volt - 20 349
    2) Toyota Prius Prime - 19 951
    3) Ford Fusion - 9632
    4) Ford C-Max - 8140
    5) BMW X5 - 5049
    6) Chrysler Pacifica - 4597
    7) BMW 3/4-Series - 4141
    8) BMW 5-Series - 3772
    9) Hyundai Sonata - 2535
    10) Volvo XC90 - 2096
    11) Porsche Cayenne - 1574
    12) Kia Optima - 1382
    13) BMW 7-Series - 707
    14) BMW i8 - 488
    15) Mini Countryman - 475
    16) Cadillac CT6 - 205
    17) Porsche Panamera - 20
     
  5. donv

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    No, I think the X has done pretty well. It took them a while to get production caught up, though.

    The 3 is the big question, especially once they get past the initial demand. And the S is getting pretty old, so they need to do a refresh there. That could start to weigh on sales before long.
     
  6. tritone

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    What to refresh? Exterior is not bad; doesn't need an 'angry insect' front end.
    I think it's the interior that needs a major upgrade.....make it like any new Audi interior and the next gen is good to go......
    And do it now before the mission-e, bimmer, and MBZ cars hit the market.
    Is the S production-constrained?
     
  7. donv

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    What it needs is some reason for the people who bought Ss in 2012-2016 to buy another one.
     
  8. Tenney

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    +1. The bed doesn't work ...

     

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