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September 10, 2022

Car buyers have plenty of choices these days, and that list is getting even longer thanks to electric vehicles. However, with EVs being relatively new, most buyers have several questions they’ll want answered first.

Buying a used car with high mileage often comes with risks and worry, but is the same true for an electric vehicle? With no motor or transmission, does mileage matter on used EVs? We answer all your questions in our top story.

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TODAY'S TOP STORY Does Mileage Matter on a Used EV?

As electric vehicles continue to rise in popularity, we’ll start seeing more used EVs available for sale. If you’re in the market for an electric car, you’re likely wondering how much mileage matters on a used EV. Read More »

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