Cars Survey - Little Willingness to Buy E-Cars Despite Rewards
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Berlin (Reuters) - Despite state buying bonuses, only ten percent of the Germans are currently thinking of an e-car in the coming year.
This is due to a Reuters on Thursday's study of the Survey company Dynata, which has asked about 1000 consumers in Eleven countries. Accordingly, only ten percent of the respondents in this country are considering the purchase of a hybrid car. The majority of Germans have concerns about the loading infrastructure. Other reasons that speak against the purchase of an E-car were also called long-term costs through repairs and maintenance as well as less performance on the street.
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While the recently increased and extended purchase bonuses have postponed the demand for E vehicles, the loading network is only under construction. The Federal Government wants to make E-car drivers with a nationwide network of fast charging columns also long distances possible. Since last year, the promotion of 900 euros per loading point has been decided, more than 200,000 applications have been received on the installation of house walls and underground garages.
compared to other countries, the Germans, according to the Dynata study, see 65 percent most likely problems in their country's loading infrastructure. Only in the United Kingdom are the inhabitants alike (67 percent). Lowest, such concerns are in China (40 percent).
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