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Who Can Afford Electric Cars? Tesla, Ford Priced Too High for Most US Buyers – Bloomberg

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More than supply shortages affecting manufacturing, the bigger problem with EVs is the hefty pricetag.
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In a recent conversation with a car dealer in the Dallas area, I was asked who will afford all the electric vehicles that are coming to market in the next several years. Despite all the hype for EVs, the dealer told me, many of his customers live paycheck to paycheck and bargain for every dollar of their monthly car payment. A $60,000 Tesla isn’t happening.

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