Topic: car shoppers

Car shoppers not ready for EVs, CarGurus survey finds

Posted by Megan Hennessey on December 3, 2018

With established automakers like Mercedes-Benz and newcomers like Byton announcing electric vehicles (EVs) at this year’s Los Angeles Auto Show, CarGurus conducted a survey to learn more about consumers’ thoughts and experiences with EVs.

Interestingly, we found that while 64% of shoppers are excited about the prospect of saving money on fuel with an EV, 65% are concerned about how expensive they are. This interest suggests a “wait and see approach,” with 15% of respondents noting they would probably or definitely own an EV in the next 5 years, and 34% noting the same over the next 10.

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Topics: car shoppers, CarGurus data, electric vehicles, EVs, trends

Survey says: driving is the most popular means of commuting in the US

Posted by Meg Bernazzani on August 23, 2018

Driving is the most popular means of commuting for Americans—and 72% drive every day—according to a recent CarGurus survey. And of those who drive, the most popular reasons for doing so are convenience (34%) and speed (20%).

For dealers, understanding car shoppers’ commuting behaviors and sentiments provides an opportunity to stock the right cars and act as informed consultants for those in the market to buy a car. Check out our interactive map with location-specific car recommendations based on area commuting conditions to see if you have these cars in your inventory.

 

 

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Topics: car shoppers, CarGurus info, commuters

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