NOTE: This article is updated throughout the day as soon as more data is available.
Last update: Thursday, December 5, 2013 @ 01:20 am.
Nissan LEAF finished the month with 2,003 deliveries, which is only 1 more LEAF than in October, an increase of 30 percent compared with November-2012. In terms of year-to-date results in 2013, sales of the Nissan LEAF now stand at 20,081.
The Chevrolet Volt sold 1,920 units in November, which is up 26.4% compared to November of 2012. In terms of year-to-date results in 2013, sales of the Chevrolet Volt now stand at 20,702 units. That’s is 0.6 percent less than last year’s total through November of 20,828.
|Toyota Prius Plug-in|
Prius Plug-in Hybrid achieved 1,100 sales last month. Previously in October, Toyota Prius Plug-in was the best-selling plug-in electric vehicle, narrowly outselling its nearest rivals, Chevrolet Volt and Nissan Leaf. In terms of year-to-date results in 2013, sales of the Toyota Prius Plug-in now stand at 11,169 units.
|Ford C-Max Energi |
Ford C-MAX Energi sold 941 units in November. Previously in October, the C-MAX Energi had its best month for the year with 1,092 deliveries. In terms of year-to-date results in 2013, sales of the C-MAX Energi now stand at 6,507 units.
|Ford Fusion Energi|
Ford Fusion Energi achieved 870 sales in November, which is less than its highest monthly total ever in October with 1,087 deliveries. In terms of year-to-date results in 2013, sales of the Ford Fusion Energi stand at 5,298 units. Fusion Energi sales in October doubled in New York, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C. from the previous month.
|Tesla Model S – No Sales Data to Report|
Tesla Motors does not report monthly sales like every other automaker. We’ll find out how many Model S sedans Tesla sold when it reports its second-quarter financial results later this month.
|Ford Focus Electric|
Although Ford announced that the new 2014 Focus Electric will be $4,000 cheaper than the outgoing 2013 model, deliveries of the Ford Focus Electric were 130 in November. In terms of year-to-date results in 2013, sales of the Ford Focus Electric now stand at 1,280 units.
Sales of the Mitsubishi i-MiEV electric car in November were 12, which brings the year-to-date total to 972 units. Mitsubishi has just announced that the 2014 Mitsubishi i-MiEV will start at $22,995 including CHAdeMO DC quick charge port when it goes on sale next spring, representing a $6,130 reduction from the starting price of the 2012 model that preceded it.
|Honda Fit EV|
Honda sold 40 Fit EVs in November, bringing the year’s total to 535. The company had its best-ever month in June with 208 Fit EVs sold. Honda announced in May that it has cut the monthly lease payment on its Fit EV from $389 to $259 and also is cutting the payment for those who already had leased the vehicle.
|Toyota RAV4 EV|
Toyota RAV4 EV sold 62 units in November. That’s down on August’s number of 91 units. In terms of year-to-date results in 2013, sales of the Toyota RAV4 EV now stand at 961 units.
|Honda Accord Plug-in|
The 2014 Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid logged 68 units last month. In terms of year-to-date results in 2013, sales 2014 Honda Accord Plug-In Hybrid now stand at 434 units.
|Smart Fortwo Electric Drive|
The smart fortwo electric drive went on sale on May-15 with starting price of $25,000, while the cabriolet is priced at $28,000 before federal credits. Last month, smart fortwo ED sold 153 units, which brings the total amount sold in the first 5.5 months to 645 units.
|Fiat 500e – No Sales Data to Report|
Like Tesla, FIAT Brand North America does not report monthly sales. The 2013 Fiat 500e is priced at $32,500, which includes a $700 destination charge. However, eligible California residents may be able to purchase the 2013 Fiat 500e for as low as $20,500, after federal credits.
|Chevrolet Spark EV|
GM sold 87 Chevrolet Spark EVs last month, a 32% increase over October’s number of 66 units. Previously in September, August and July, GM sold 78, 102 and 103 Spark EVs respectively. MSRP for the 2014 Chevrolet Spark EV 1LT starts at $27,495 – as low as $19,995 net of the full federal tax credit which ranges from $0 to $7,500 – and includes $810 destination freight charge.