Is it too early to buy an EV or better to wait until prices come down?

Is it too early to buy an EV? Or better to wait a while for prices (hopefully) to come down and any initial problems to be ironed out?

Asked on 20 May 2019 by Anne Scott

Answered by Andrew Brady
You could buy something like a Renault Zoe, which has been around long enough for problems to be ironed out. Renault offers a battery rental service, too - which'll save you expensive bills if the batteries develop issues.
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