A Huge Number Of US Car Dealers Don’t Want To Sell EVs

The survey compared results from five regions: Northeast (11 states plus DC), Southeast (12 states), West (11 states), Southwest (four states), and Midwest (12 states), and supplemented its findings with EV sales and market share data for 2022 from Atlas Public Policy.

It turns out that just 27% of dealers in the Western region (which includes EV-loving California) had an EV available to sell, which was the lowest availability among the regions. But this region still sold more EVs than the rest of the country. It accounted for 45% (423,993) of all EV sales last year.

The organization concludes that low EV availability is a direct result of sales turnover and high consumer demand. The Southeast, meanwhile, had the highest percentage of EVs for sale at 41%, with 158,777 units sold. That’s 17% of all EV sales nationwide.

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