GM’s Volt June sales rebounded to 2,698 in June from the reported May sales of 1,607 resulting in year-to-date sales of 9,839. The increase is being attributed to the incentive programs that have lowered the Volt’s price. It is estimated that there is a one hundred day inventory of Volts at the dealerships. GM says that it will continue to offer the incentive programs for at least the month of July; no doubt to get the inventory down before the introduction of the 2014 model.
Nissan’s Leaf June sales of 2,225 were slightly better than the May sales of 2,138. No doubt last months lowering of the price has helped the Leaf. The year-to-date sales for Leaf are 9,855.
Honda’s Fit EV sales were 208 in June. Fit EVs sales for the first five months only totaled 83. Honda offered a very attractive lease program last month on the Fit EVs which seems to have been major factor behind increased sales. Nissan says they still have a sizeable inventory of Fit EVs. The Fit EV is available from 200 dealers. One per month per dealer average, it looks like.
Ford is not having much luck selling their Focus EV with year-to-date sales of 880. However, the Ford Hybrid has sold 8,177 units in the first 5 months of the year.
h/t Detroit News’ Business + Autos Section.