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post #7 of (permalink) Old 09-26-2018, 02:09 PM
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Originally Posted by St3alth View Post
Most people aren't using their EV as their sole or primary vehicle, so the Leaf is fantastic option if that's the case. To be honest I feel like Nissan jumped the gun a bit with the Nismo variant, but I'm sure it'll still sell in Japan.
Even someone who deviates from the mean of average miles driven (29.2 miles per day, see link below) then the current range of EV's are beyond practical.

Motorists age 16 years and older drive, on average, 29.2 miles per day or 10,658 miles per year. Women take more driving trips, but men spend 25 percent more time behind the wheel and drive 35 percent more miles than women.

more: http://www.rmiia.org/auto/teens/Teen...Statistics.asp
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