There's movement afoot to restore EV incentives looking forward - up from 200,000 units to 600,000 units so that Tesla and GM are no longer disadvantaged for having had some success in the market. Good news for folks thinking about buying an EV, at least from them, and likely not bad news for Nissan, since they're next in line to hit the current limit.
No question that incentives have helped move EVs.
That said, as a guy who currently owns a 2019 SL Plus, one who might be selling our car once the weather turns, what do folks here think about the likely impact to used EV prices?
I'm guessing that any increase in EV sales will possibly stimulate more interest, and since the incentives aren't growing any larger in the proposed bill and are already priced into current used EV pricing, there might be a slight increase in demand, but nothing to worry about. Maybe a positive, likely not a negative.