Plug-In Electric Autos Left Behind in Record U.S. YearBy
Deliveries of electric-drive models slid 17%, Autodata says
Gasoline prices falling to about $2 a gallon crimp demand
Plug-in electric vehicles failed to win over U.S. consumers amid the auto industry’s record sales in 2015, as low gasoline costs and daunting sticker prices damped demand.
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