GerryAZ wrote: ↑
Sun Jan 12, 2020 12:05 am
Those in California don't realize how much the availability of compliance cars and CARB credits for every BEV sold there result in more inventory to choose from at local dealers. Manufacturers like GM and Nissan prefer to sell BEVs in CA to get CARB credits to offset sales of their SUVs and trucks. Tesla likes to sell cars in CA so they can sell their CARB credits to other manufacturers.
Nissan sells a lot of LEAFs in Washington state, for zero CARB credits.
GM sells a lot of Bolts here as well.
Fair number of Tesla's as well.
It's the compliance only cars we lack. Fiats. Hondas. Fuel cells. Assorted others.