EV ownership risks becoming elitist unless the government provides more practical help for motorists make the switch, writes Fraser Brown of automotive consultancy MotorVise. The negative publicity surrounding zero-emission cars, which has grown louder over the past six months, is breaking through and is burying itself in the consciousness of consumers. This is underlined by
Over the past few weeks I have spoken with more than 20 dealer group Directors, and it is very clear that there is a big divide between those dealer groups that have set out to make money and those that have decided to minimise losses. Interestingly, most have achieved what they set out to do.
It’s clear that there is a growing movement by consumers who are demanding a cleaner and ‘greener’ way of life. However, there are concerns amongst consumers that negatively impact sales of alternatively fuelled vehicles (AFV).
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