That includes the lack of lease support dealers are asking from the automaker. They would like Mercedes to lower the lease rate on EQ models instead of cutting the sticker price, similar to what Tesla has been doing with its EVs like the Model 3 and Model Y.
Mercedes will reportedly slow production of more premium EQ variants in favor of lower-priced EVs such as the EQB and EQE crossovers. This also includes plug-in hybrids and full-combustion engine cars. In doing so, retailers should see a difference in inventory by mid-next year.
Psillakis expects EV sales growth once the electric versions of the CLA and GLC come out. For the year’s first nine months, the automaker said EVs accounted for 14.1 percent of its US sales.
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