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Is Best Buy looking to become a service center for EVs?

Best Buy may be pulling the plug on its lineup of electric two-wheelers due to poor sales, but that doesn't mean they want to get out of the EV business entirely. Rocco Pendola from Seeking Alpha had a chance to sit down with Best Buy and discuss some of their future market strategies.

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Best Buy considering EV sales?

According to Automotive News, Best Buy has its eyes on jumping into EV sales and service. The consumer electronics giant has been peddling Brammo electric motorcycles for years now and has recently parleyed that experience into garnering contracts to be a distributor and installer of EV chargers for the likes of the Ford Focus

Small electric car companies plan to ditch often-lousy car salesmen in favor of specialists at big box stores

Consumers routinely rank their interactions with car dealerships as one of the least rewarding parts of the new car buying experience. In particular, dealing with an untrained and often-lousy car salesman makes the entire experience less than pleasing. Of course, there are a few ways to deal with this situation, but none of the options guarantee a rewarding experience. Here's what car buyers can do: they can hunt down the best dealers in town, they can choose a car salesman with experience and k

Best Buy Geek Squads to start testing Mitsubishi i-MiEV

Mitsubishi Geek Squad i-MiEV – Click above for high-res image gallery

LA 2009: Mitsubishi unveils Geek Squad i-MiEV, brings PX-MiEV to U.S.

Mitsubishi's Geek Squad i-MiEV (with PX-MiEV in foreground) - click above for high-res image gallery

Rumormill: Best Buy to sell Aptera 2e?

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Best Buy to sell a range of electric vehicles?

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