Motorists face delays of up to nine months to drive a new electric car despite a sharp rise in the number of vehicles being imported. Research has shown that drivers are being left waiting after an increase in demand for the cleanest cars. The study, by What Car? magazine, found, however, that the average delivery time fell “significantly” over the past year and that most new models are now available within three months. In some cases cars are delivered a week after being ordered, and the researchers said that waiting times were on a par with those for diesel or petrol models.
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