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Bolt, Volt, Leaf all performed well last month.

US green-car sales jump 23 percent from a year earlier, while plug-in vehicle demand rises 61 percent.

That 2015 stop-sale on VW diesels didn't hurt.

Chevy Volt, Ford Focus Hybrid, Nissan Leaf all had strong sales in November.

Green-car sales would've been even, factoring out VW stop-sale.

Ford, Chevrolet Volt demand spike is offset by lower sales at Honda, Nissan

US plug-in vehicle sales growth was more moderate than previously estimated.

Tesla's less-than-expected deliveries pulled down US green-car sales in June further.

Less Leaf demand, VW diesel stop-sale, Honda's sales lag are all culprits.

May's green-car sales dropped about 32 percent from a year earlier.

Higher April sales Ford hybrids, Chevy Volt offset Nissan, Honda demand lag.

While April green-car sales were down 17 percent, demand was about even when factoring out impact of VW's diesel stop-sale.

Automakers appear to be phasing out some models as Tesla, Chevy bulk up

Plug-in sales boosted by Tesla, and Volt, but green-car sales fall as models peter out.

Honda, BMW green-car demand dropped last month.

Strong Tesla, Chevrolet Volt sales can't save February from a green-car sales drop-off.

VW Stop-Sale, Plunging Honda Sales Didn't Help, Either

Drop in Nissan Leaf, Toyota Prius demand more than offset gains from Tesla, Chevy Volt

Tesla, BMW Were The Lone Bright Spots

Sales of hybrids, plug-ins and diesels all stalled last year as customers awaited new models, responded to lower gas prices.

Volkswagen's Stop-Sale On Diesels Isn't The Whole Story

November green-car sales fall from a year earlier as Honda, Nissan struggle.

Nissan Leaf, GM, Ford All Have Tough Months

July green-car sales tumble almost 16 percent from a year earlier, as public waits for new hybrid, plug-in variants.

Summer Gas Price Surge Isn't Happening, Yet

US green-car sales in June fall from a year earlier as Toyota, General Motors demand suffers.

Volkswagen Pretty Much The Lone Bright Spot Last Month

May 2015 US green-car sales fall 19 percent from a year earlier as Toyota, Nissan and Ford report big declines.

Looking Back, The Price At The Pump And The Decline In Fuel Efficient Sales Don't Line Up

Looking at the numbers, Autotrader's Mark Strand tells us you can't predict green car sales by looking at the price of gas. It just doesn't work that way.

Chevrolet Spark Electric A Rare Bright Spot For Green-Car Demand

April green-car sales fall 20 percent from a year earlier on lagging demand for Prius, Leaf.

Experian Study Shows That 18 Percent Of Hybrid, Plug-In Buyers Paid Cash

Green car buyers are more likely to pay in cash and have better credit scores than the average customer, according to a recent study.

Are Lower Gas Prices Still The Primary Culprit?

Lower demand for hybrids, EVs again push down US green-car sales from year-earlier numbers

Nissan Leaf Sales Fall, While Toyota Green Car Sales Little Changed

US green-car vehicle sales in January fell 8.6 percent from a year earlier, as Ford, General Motors falter.

Americans are buying plug-in vehicles during their first four years of mass production at more than twice the rate of hybrid sales 15 years ago.

Annual Green Car Sales Drop 6.5 Percent Compared To 2013

US green-car sales in 2014 fell 6.5 percent from a year earlier as gas prices plunge. December green-car sales fall 7.8 percent.

Low Gas Prices A Likely Culprit In Big Drop This Month

Like the sun rising in the east, we thought we could always count on year-over-year US plug-in vehicle sales to rise. No longer. Sadly, even counting Tesla Motors' sales isn't likely to change that.

Advanced-powertrain vehicle sales continued to warm up with the weather, as Americans in May stepped up their purchases of hybrids, electric vehicles, plug-in hybrids and diesels.

Americans appear to be gearing up for further increases in US gas prices, as green-car sales last month had their largest year-over-year gains of 2014. Domestic customers bought almost 56,000 hybrids, plug-ins and diesels in April, marking a 2.6 percent increase from April 2013. Plug-in sales were particularly strong, jumping 41 percent from a year earlier, as sales of the Chevrolet Volt extended-range plug-in and Nissan Leaf and Tesla Model S battery-electric vehicles all showed gains.

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