Dec 222014

pic_story1Only a minority of car buyers would buy an electric car as a new Price Waterhouse survey of 500 drivers suggests that 99% of people looking for new cars wouldn’t consider going electric car and only 13% are interested in buying a hybrid vehicle.

Only 15% of those asked, believe that driving less is a realistic resolution for the future. However, choosing smaller vehicles, wasn’t an option for more than half (63%) of those questioned.

By contrast Nissan LEAF drivers registered on CarWings telematics have collectively driven one billion kilometres worldwide*, drivers have saved more than 180 million kilograms of CO emissions and over 147,000 Nissan LEAF vehicles have been sold globally to date, so someone must be buying them.

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