Consumer Reports just blurted it out with almost no nuance in the very beginning of its press release:
“Owning a plug-in electric vehicle today will save consumers thousands of dollars compared to owning a gas-powered vehicle, according to a new analysis by Consumer Reports comparing electrics to CR’s top-rated vehicles, as well as the best-selling, most efficient, and best-performing gas-powered vehicles on the market.”
EV drivers are paying half as much to repair and maintain their vehicles — averaging $4,600 over the life of an EV.
EV owners are spending 60% less to power their vehicle with electricity instead of gasoline. Owners of EVs with a range of 250 miles or greater will be able to do 92% of their charging at home, needing only six stops at a public fast-charger per year.cleantechnica Electric Cars Cost Less To Own — Consumer Reports Agrees With Us