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About Us123 Auto Deals partners with globally authorized car dealers and manufactures to find the widest range of latest model vehicles available at discounted prices for you to purchase, lease or finance. 2014 Update:  Fiat 500e estimate restated to reflect numbers based on incentive data over less accurate 3rd party data previously used. 2013 Monthly Sales Chart For The Major Plug-In Automakers *Estimated Tesla Numbers have been included in this graph. Sales of plug-in cars have been on the uptick for quite some time now in the US, but Spring has been exceptionally strong for EVs. March saw a new all-time record set with ~13,845 sales (a 33% gain over the year prior), while April notched 10,557 sales (a 16% gain). This result also allowed the Chevy to be the top selling plug-in vehicle in the United States for the 2nd consecutive month, and 3rd time this year.
With deeper stock available in more places, we anticipate Summer sales of the Volt to increase.
Clearly, the signal being sent from the US electric vehicle buying population is that they will wait for the introduction of the next generation model this upcoming show season. Now looking back on May, we can see it was intentional, as Nissan USA has basically thrown in the towel on selling the LEAF in volume ahead of the next generation LEAF’s debut, 2016 inventory of 100+ mile EVs has now dropped to just under ~2,000 units. Nissan continues to offer better dealer incentives to move sales, but without depth to sell, and an incongruent product to demand (200 milers or bust), it doesn’t matter so much. Separately (and ultimately more importantly) in November we got a look at Nissan’s new IDS Concept from Japan – which was basically a ‘nod and a wink’ to the new e-technology that will be found in the next generation LEAF. Previously in  April GM sold 95 ELRs, which was roughly on par with the year prior’s result of 104 sold. As for those dwindling inventory supplies, they now won’t last long as GM discontinued ELR production at its Hamtramck, Michigan facility in February. In comparison to the first 3 months of the year, when just 814 were sold in all three month combined, it was pretty great.
Again historical numbers from 2015, or even the 814 sold last month in April, it was a touch underwhelming. As for th0s previous 3 months of the year, BMW sold 182 (Jan), 248 (Feb) and 332 copied (Mar).
Likely taking the wind out of the i3s sales this month was BMW officially stated that the 2017 i3 would see a significant range bump (up to 114 miles of all-electric range) thanks to a battery upgrade from 22 kWh to 33 kWh (details).
A newly upgraded i3 is great news, but an interesting development is happening with inventory, as BMW did build a pile of 22 kWh i3s for inventory (and will continue to build out the base model until 60 Ah battery supply has been exhausted), however that level is only at about ~1,500 for the US entering June.
That being said, we only estimate this number because Tesla does not, and to not put a number on Model S sales would be to paint an even more inaccurate overall picture of EV sales.
As we projected last month, a newly refreshed Model S not only stalled out April deliveries but also May’s before things get really, really interesting in June. For the most part, Tesla delivered virtually nothing for the S in the first half of May in the US (the Model X seemed to be the higher priority during the month). And while Tesla shut down orders for June delivery on the Model X weeks ago to open the floor, it is running full steam ahead with its original offering.
As mentioned in April’s recap, Tesla has a monster backlog of Model S orders it is now rushing through production, if the delivery volume of late May continues into June, we may have a new single month EV sales record set.
Tesla seemed to consistently (and methodically) run production and deliveries of the all-electric SUV throughout the month, and for the first time we can say with great confidence the Model X outsold the Model S. Still, the moment that new production of the Model S won’t be able to be delivered in Q2, it appears Tesla will get down to work on building out the first of the 75 kWh versions of the Model X (~week 4 of June). The first (and widely anticipated) plug-in offering from Volvo to be offered in the US arrived late December, and the company posted 226 sales in its first full month in January. It will be interesting to see how much demand there is for the first extended range PHEV in America once it really gets its footing, as Volvo already under-estimate demand for the XC90 plug-in by a factor of 5 in 2015 for Europe.
Yes, that is right, if you make under 3x the federal poverty limit (35k, or 73k for a family income for 4)  – go find a dealer willing to knock off about $1,000 bucks and you get a free EV. In 2015, GM sold 2,629 Spark EVs in the US, impressive considering the improvement over 2014 numbers, when 1,145 were moved.
The latest offering to hit the US plug-in market is the new BMW 330e, the plug-in hybrid version of the company’s high selling 3 series offering.
The 330e (from $44,695 including DST), physically arrived in April in a token amount, and it might take a few months for inventory to arrive as the model has proven exceptionally (and unexpectedly) popular in Europe.
The electric motor develops 87 hp with maximum peak torque of 184 lb-ft, when combined with the petrol engine, the total output jumps to 248 hp, with a peak torque of 310 lb-ft, allowing a sprint from 0 to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds and  a top speed of 140 mph.
If the high-voltage battery’s charge is below 50 percent, the battery is charged to 50 percent by the combustion engine.
In May, the plug-in Audi set a new personal best, selling 361 copies, and 1,589 moved overall in 2016. In May, with a few months of strong sales under its belt, Audi has apparently felt more confident with the prospect for future A3 e-tron sales, as it now counts as many A3 e-trons in stock as Nissan has 107 mile LEAFs, some ~1,600 worth. In February, Ford accomplished something with the Fusion Energi that few other models can boast – they bested the Nissan LEAF for sales during February!
During May we also got a hold of a refreshed 2017 Fusion Energi EPA window sticker to see what improvements had been made.


For 2015, 9,750 Fusion Energis were sold, which was off by about 15% from 2014, however the model is showing a lot more strength of late than it was a year ago.
Whoosh – is the sound of Prius PHV sales as the remaining inventory circles the drain. Toyota is just lucky that the Mitsubishi i-MiEV is still officially on the market, because otherwise the Prius PHV would find itself at the very bottom of the plug-in sales charts for 2016.
That being said, if the Prius Prime actually arrives in ~November as expected, the company could still likely end the year with more than 5,000 sales on the book, as the new 22 mile Prius plug-in is expected to compete for the sales crown in 2017. Some industry insiders think upwards of 50,000 could be sold during its first full year on the market in 2017…provided that Toyota decides to fully stock it (but we think they will).
Despite its huge footprint, and pretty heavy weight (just north of 5,000lbs), the electric motor and turbo 6 cylinder still manage to zip the Mercedes to 60 mph in just 5.2 seconds, while giving the car 24 MPG in the city and 30 on the highway.
January was the first month the Sonata plug-in was even decently stocked, and Hyundai sold ~175 copies of the Sonata plug-in, indicating that it will be a strong player in the EV space for 2016. Since then sales have been steady, we estimate some ~235 were sold in May, after moving a similar 250 in April.
The Sonata PHV should be a decent seller in the US as it offers an attractive mid-size PHEV value. The only question now is if Hyundai will inventory it like sister-company Kia with the Soul EV (as in hardly at all).
For May, VW sold 269 copies of the e-Golf, which was not too bad considering a recently announced range upgrade for the upcoming 2017 edition pretty much assured demand would be kept in check. Previously in April, Volkswagen sold 325 of its all-electric Golf, which was a marked improvement from the poor result in March (just 86 sold). 124 miles is a fairly significant number compared to today’s city EVs, but it still short of the like of the Chevrolet Bolt EV (200+ miles) which arrives in December, the new LEAF in early 2017, and the Tesla Model 3 (215+ miles) in late Summer of next year. We expect with the release of this 2017 edition, inventories will deepen considerably in the US…along with sales.
The current e-Golf has been rated at 83 miles by the EPA and carries a 24.2 kWh LEAF-like (base) battery. The stronger variant is of course the Fusion Energi (as people actually want to buy its petrol counterpart), but the C-Max Energi continues to perform well.
In May, 538 were sold…after selling 607 in April, both results not too far off the year high set in March (610 units). It still would not surprise us to see the C-Max Energi live only as long as it takes to introduce a Focus Energi, or other more capable PHEV. Given the Fusion Energi’s recent all-electric and MPG upgrades (see details above under the Fusion Energi recap), we expect the C-Max Energi to get a similar boost at that time. We should also note that unlike its sister car the Fusion Energi, the C-Max Energi has a limited ceiling for sales, as the inventory is much more tightly controlled than that of the Fusion. Perhaps it has because the bar has been continually lowered for the B-Class ED (now actually named the B250e), but the 49 sold in May seems like a reasonable amount vs demand for city EVs these days.
It appears now that Mercedes has decided to make the B-Class a limited offering in the US until a new, longer range model arrives in the future (more on that below), as national inventories struggle to stay above the 3 -digit level. When it comes to sales, the BMW i8 had a pretty rough start to the year…selling just 32 copies. However, the company has found more buyers for their performance, extended range sports car each and every month in 2016. The Panamera S e-Hybrid seems not able to recover from the arrival of sister SUV, the Cayenne S e-Hybrid. Previously in April, the Panamera S e-Hybrid rebounded sold just 25 copies…so the car is destined to stay low at this point. The high mark for sales on the Panamera was set in the very first month it went on sale, with an amazing 141 sold in January of 2014. The Panamera S E-Hybrid has a combined 416 hp output (333 hp electric) and can get north of 60 mph in about 5 seconds, with a top speed of 167 mph. While the Panamera S E-Hybrid struggles to prove viability, the Cayenne plug-in continues to put more butts in the seats. Amazingly, the Porsche has only strengthened sales since December (traditionally the easiest month to sell a vehicle with a plug). In January 145 were sold (after moving 137 in December), but somehow Porsche managed to sell 172 in February, then set a record 244 in March. For May, sales did pull back somewhat, but Porsche still moved a fairly impressive 191 copies. When it comes to reporting plug-in sales, we have another Tesla on our hands here (as in they don’t report sales).
UPDATE: After initially have some issues getting data on the plug-in Fiat, more registration and rebate data is now available. So far in 2016, the Fiat 500e has remained a consistent performer, for May we estimate 405 more 500es were sold. Showing that early success was no fluke (and that a plug-in hybrid can actually sell this year with a BMW badge on the front), BMW sold a very strong 500 copies of the plug-in X5 in May. Looking at the potential for future sales, more than ~1,100 copies are now on hand heading into June – very close to an all-time high, so we expect some decent numbers going forward.


Can the X5 plug-in break into the top the “top 7” sellers in the US in 2016, passing its sister-car the i3?
With the start of summer upon us in a few weeks, our expectation for the little plug-in smart is a decent sales rebound…perhaps not its to former glory, but definitely returning to the 150-200 sales per month level. Another month, another nap for those interesting in following the sales progress of Ford’s first all-electric offering. Kia seems to be emulating the Focus Electric with the plug-in Soul EV…and that is not a good thing.
A note on the Kia numbers: Kia has decided to not split out data on the Soul EV from the regular petrol version, despite several attempts by ourselves to convince them it would be a good idea to do that.
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The Monthly Class Attendance Form is designed so that the days of the week and the dates used for the column labels update based on the Month and Year that you specify. The Weekly Student Attendance Record does not depend on the month, year, or week, but you can enter a date in the Week Of field for reference. For both of these attendance spreadsheets, you'll probably want to save a copy of the form after the month or week is over. This weekly student attendance tracking spreadsheet was designed to work for any year and month. If you find these attendance templates useful, please share the link to this page with others who may be interested.
Tesla Total US Sales Based On Quarterly Disclosures (Q1 & Q2 from filings, Q3 based on shareholder letter, and Q4 based on company estimate of half of sales out of North America) *Fiat 500e estimated based on available data. The Cadillac also gets a $9,000 MSRP haircut (now starting at $65,995), which should help it move a little more product. Despite our fairly accurate track record, we are not analysts, portfolio managers and we do not own any positions in Tesla the company. If over 50 percent of battery charge remains, the charge level is “frozen”, so that the remaining electric energy can be used for part of the upcoming journey.
We would like to note this was not a reflection of US demand for the car, as we feel they would easily buy 800-1,200 copies a month, it is simply the fact production of the current car ended this past summer – and Toyota messed up making a seamless transition to the next generation model as it did for the regular hybrid. Having arrived in late Summer of 2015, the Mercedes S550 presents a level of refinement previously unseen in the EV segment for the US. The S550 has a 8 kWh battery on board, so expect about a $4,700 federal tax credit with your purchase. During May just under ~500 showroom copies on average were available in limited states – although the car is available by customer order in all 50 states, which could push sales abnormally higher than would be expected with present inventory levels. In 2013, the high water mark for the C-Max Energi was set in October as 1,092 plug-ins sold. The original model year run (2014) was extremely short, the 2015 edition came late and without much fanfare or inventory, and the 2016 edition was hit early with a stop sale (which has now been resolved) order last Fall. A couple of months ago we probably would have said that was highly unlikely, but now, who knows, sale could take off even higher from here. We expect the advent of the Kia Optima plug-in and the upcoming 110-mile Hyundai IONIQ Electric to signal the end of the Soul EV by 2017. The two class attendance record templates below are designed for classroom attendance, but they can be adapted for other attendance tracking needs by changing some of the labels.
To do that, copy or duplicate the worksheet so that each week or month is a separate tab within the workbook. When sorting, make sure to select all columns (not just the Name or ID column) and only the one label row (the one including the labels "ID" and "Name." Do not include the subtotal row at the bottom when sorting.
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