Thursday, July 25, 2024

29 percent of all electric car owners want to return to the petrol car

Most people who have bought an electric car are satisfied. But almost 30 percent of them want to go back to the fossil car, shows a new survey, which also points out big differences.

Whether the electric car owners want to go back to a petrol or diesel car depends to some extent on where they live.

This is shown by a survey from the consulting company McKinsey, which Boosted haspreviously mentioned. In the survey, more than 300,000 people answered around 200 questions about cars and mobility.

The survey shows that 29 percent of the electric car owners surveyed plan to replace their car with a car with a combustion engine. However, there are big differences across the nine countries in which McKinsey has found drivers.

For example, the Norwegians have been asked. Here, 18 percent say that they will replace the electric car with a combustion engine next time. We find the lowest percentage of electric car owners considering the switch in Japan with 13 percent.

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Conversely, drivers in New Zealand top the list. Here, as many as 49 percent of electric car owners say that their cars should be replaced with either petrol or diesel next time. The Americans come next with 46 percent.

When electric car owners are asked why they want to buy a petrol or diesel car again, the overwhelming reason is the lack of infrastructure for electric cars.

However, many electric car owners also think that the total ownership costs associated with the electric car are not as low as they had expected.

In general, electric cars have recently really found the reverse gear. This can be seen particularly clearly in the sales figures in Europe. Here, Denmark's best-selling car last year, for example, was dumped all the way down to 18th place. Read more about it here.

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