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Everyone I hope knows I’m not a fan of EV’s but this is news that I am sure will get into the whole market. Up to 20% off of the same vehicle a week ago is going to have an impact on the market. So if you’re looking to buy it might be prudent to wait a few weeks for the market to catch up. I sold my 2017 GMC 2500 for more than I paid for it in 2020 because I just don’t need anything that big anymore.
https://www.reuters.com/business/autos- ... 023-01-13/
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Tesla bubble has been popping. People started seeing other brands as legitimate options for an EV
Musks recent controversies aren’t helping.
I read one recent month they produced 34k more than they sold, which is an unbelievable figure if true
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It is a very popular brand here in Denmark, where EV have been heavily subsidized up to 2016, and are still considerably cheaper - compared to the goddam forbidding additional tax charged for any diesel or gasoline engine. Anyways, some dealers (and probably also private owners) are assumed to get into trouble now, as they were sitting on used cars that all of a sudden cost more than a brand new one. They are rather pissed off, I heard, some may even face bankruptcy.
Elon Musk' behaviour as a business man is getting more and more erratic.
Ardnut since 1989
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