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Comparison of Value Retention of Plug-in Vehicles and Conventional Vehicles and Potential Contributing Factors

TitleComparison of Value Retention of Plug-in Vehicles and Conventional Vehicles and Potential Contributing Factors
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2016
AuthorsZhou, Y, Santini, DJ, Stephens, TS, Ward, J
Conference Name2016 Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition
Date Published06/2016
PublisherElectric Drive Transrportation Association
Conference LocationMontreal, Canada
Other NumbersEVS29-5920356
Keywordsbattery electric vehicle, BEV, consumers, market, PHEV, plug in hybrid electric vehicle
Abstract

Plug-in Electric vehicle (PEVs) value retention rate (the ratio of resale value to the manufacturer’s suggested retail price, MSRP) has been reported to be lower than that of their conventional and hybrid electric (HEV) counterparts by the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA) and Kelley Blue Book (KBB). Based on a series of reports published by NADA, this study analyses the retention rates of selected PEV models and compares them with conventional and HEV models by vehicle size class taking into account federal and state incentives. Paper from 2016 Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition in Montréal, Canada.

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