Consumer Reports Doesn’t Approve of Used EVs

By Tim Healey Consumer Reports is telling used-car buyers to largely steer clear of pre-owned electric cars.
Reliability is the big reason. For example, Consumer Reports lists the 2014 BMW i3 as a vehicle to avoid due to reliability concerns. The 2013 Nissan Leaf gets the same treatment, although the 2014 and 2015 versions are rated at average or above average by the magazine. The Tesla Model S is also not an advisable buy, according to CR, since earlier models had too many issues. Even the 2015 Model S is on the list, making the 2014 the only Model S since 2012 that isn’t

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