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Consumers on the fence about EVs, J.D. Power says

More than half of prospective vehicle buyers or lessees are undecided about choosing a battery-electric vehicle, an inaugural study by J.D. Power shows. Fifty-nine percent of new-vehicle shoppers are “somewhat likely” or “somewhat unlikely” to consider a BEV for their next purchase or lease, according to J.D. Power’s new U.S. Electric Vehicle Consideration Study. The...