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Consumer Reports Survey Finds Roughly 28% of Respondents Don't Want to Buy an EV

Consumer Reports Survey Finds Roughly 28% of Respondents Don't Want to Buy an EV

Surveyors also had interesting information to share on rebates and key factors holding them back from purchasing an electric car.

Vineeth Joel Patel2022-07-09 07:15 PT

High Gas Prices Aren’t Enough to Sway Consumers to EVs, Autolist Survey Finds

High Gas Prices Aren’t Enough to Sway Consumers to EVs, Autolist Survey Finds

The survey found that poor charging infrastructure, range, and price are the three main reasons why consumers won’t purchase an electric vehicle.

Vineeth Joel Patel2022-05-28 06:25 PT

Study Finds Range Is Now the Top Priority for EV Shoppers

Study Finds Range Is Now the Top Priority for EV Shoppers

According to a new study by Autolist, range has become the most important thing for electric-vehicle shoppers, with price and charging infrastructure rounding out the top three.

Vineeth Joel Patel2021-05-08 07:00 PT

Latest Consumer Reports Survey Finds Strong Interest in EVs

Latest Consumer Reports Survey Finds Strong Interest in EVs


In the company’s latest survey of drivers in America, 71 percent of respondents stated that they were interested in getting an EV at some point, with millennials beings the most interested of any generation.

Vineeth Joel Patel2020-12-21 06:00 PT

Autolist Survey Reveals Price, Range, and Lack of Charging Holding EVs Back

Autolist Survey Reveals Price, Range, and Lack of Charging Holding EVs Back

Out of 1,567 car shoppers that were surveyed, these three things were the largest reasons why they wouldn’t buy an electric car.

Vineeth Joel Patel2019-08-26 10:19 PT

Experts Claim Autonomous Cars Are Still a Decade Away, Report States

Experts Claim Autonomous Cars Are Still a Decade Away, Report States

A CNBC report that cites a survey that questioned automotive and tech experts claims that autonomous vehicles are still a decade, or more, away.

Vineeth Joel Patel2019-08-10 06:00 PT

Reuters Poll Finds American Drivers Still Aren’t Interested in Autonomous Cars

Reuters Poll Finds American Drivers Still Aren’t Interested in Autonomous Cars

The future of self-driving vehicles looks bleak, as Reuters’ latest poll reveals that half of the drivers in the U.S. think autonomous cars are more dangerous than regular human-operated vehicles.

Vineeth Joel Patel2019-04-04 10:03 PT

Fear of Riding in Autonomous Cars Rising as Accidents Increase

Fear of Riding in Autonomous Cars Rising as Accidents Increase

Despite the increase in autonomous vehicles on the road, the majority of drivers in the United States haven't showed interest in getting a ride in a driverless vehicles. As the number of accidents involving self-driving cars rises, even more drivers are becoming hesitant about autonomous technology.

Vineeth Joel Patel2018-08-03 12:00 PT

Californians Aren’t Interested in Having Autonomous Cars in their Neighborhoods

Californians Aren’t Interested in Having Autonomous Cars in their Neighborhoods

California may be one of the primary states that automakers and companies use to test their autonomous vehicles, but 58 percent of people that live there don’t want self-driving cars on the road.

Vineeth Joel Patel2018-04-19 10:15 PT