In the eyes of many people, because the battery of electric vehicles has attenuation, will cause the vehicle’s non-preservation. Therefore, second-hand electric vehicles do not have second-hand fuel cars to sell. That’s true in the market, but it’s also up to the electric car brand, with the exception of Tesla. Tesla became the fastest-growing car brand in the second-hand car market in August, according to the latest analysis by automotive search marketing expert Honcho,media reported.
Honcho found that the number of second-hand car buyers using “Tesla” as a search keyword surged 98 percent to 30,280 in August.
This was followed by “MG” and “Porsche”, up 74% and 17%, respectively. It can also be seen that the second-hand car market for Tesla electric vehicles strong demand.
In addition, taking the current U.S. used cars as an example, second-hand Tesla electric cars are also quite unsold here.
Media statistics show that the top 10 most likely second-hand models in the local U.S. market, three of which are Tesla electric cars, also cover almost all of Tesla’s current models on sale.
Specifically, the 10th-ranked Tesla Model S takes just 50.7 days from hanging out to dissoding.
The Tesla Model X, which starts at $80,000 ($560,000) in its home market, ranks sixth with an average selling cycle of 47.6 days.
Tesla’s most-watched star model, the Tesla Model 3, is a well-deserved first, with an average take-out cycle of just 29.3 days in the U.S. used car market.
The 43-day shorter than the second-ranked BMW X6 was a dozen days, showing just how popular the Model 3 is in the U.S. second-hand market.
And even in our own country, Tesla is the best-value brand for electric cars. Network statistics show that the domestic Tesla Model X 75D’s latest three-year preservation rate, at about 67.3%, ranked first in the domestic new energy models.
Also in second place was Tesla, with a three-year preservation rate of 54.8 per cent for the Model S 75D, surpassing the third-ranked BMW X1 plug-in mix with a 52.3 per cent preservation rate.
And many used car dealers also said that all-electric vehicles they only dare to accept Tesla. As you can see, Tesla is still competitive in the domestic used car market.