Analysis: Hybrid and EV models lead continued used-car price surge

The analysis, which is based on aggregated listing prices and not necessarily transaction prices, found that average listing price for used hybrids and EVs increased more year-over-year than other powertrain types.

Used EVs saw the highest price increase, with average prices in July 56.7% higher than the same time last year. Used hybrid prices increased 30.5% from July 2021. That’s compared to a 10.9% average for all used cars, and a 10.2% average for non-electrified models.

Analysis: Hybrid and EV models lead continued used-car price surge

The number 1 dealer of Nissan Leaf in Washington State only had ONE used Nissan Leaf for sale a few days ago. They usually have HUNDREDS in stock, and move dozens every week.

The massive drought of new EV’s is happening… which then drives up the prices, due to lack of basic supply. Supply and STRONG demand at work.