Are you looking for a good used EV?

They're getting easier to find as more dealerships have cars coming back off leases, or owners trade up the next new and shiny (and longer range) EV. I was surprised to see that Tesla was including pre-owned inventory on their website, and sites like AutoList have filters designed to show you a wide variety of EVs.

It seems like local folks are having a pretty easy time at places like CarMax ... even if they don't have it on the lot today, they'll find it.  So, don't let the fear of 'brand new' pricing slow your entry into the brave new world of electric driving. Your first - or next EV - might be as close as your local used car dealer. And, we'll hazard to suggest that buying a used EV might be a lot less stressful than buying a used internal combustion engine car - considering the handful of moving parts in an EV. You won't need to worry about a crap timing belt, water pump, fuel pump, transmission ......

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