Survey closes next Wednesday (4 October) - your input matters
The National Franchised Dealers Association (NFDA) are conducting a survey in order to better understand the health of the new and used car market and levels of consumer demand, please complete this quick poll we have created.
With the Government's latest announcement to push back the ban of non-zero emission vehicles to 2035, NFDA was curious to see if this has reflected any immediate changes to consumer demand for electric products.
Our multiple choice survey will only take 5 minutes to complete and will remain entirely anonymous, please find our list of questions below and follow the link provided to start the survey.
We will be sharing the results of this survey with the Government during 2023 party conference season. Your input will directly contribute to shaping the future of the automotive industry and influencing decisions on changing the electrification future. Thank you for your participation.
*All questions are multiple choice*
Question 1 - Since the Government's announcement to push back the ban of new ICE vehicles to 2035, how has demand for EVs faired?
Question 2 - Considering the Government's announcement to push back the ban of new ICE vehicles to 2035, how do you expect the demand for EVs to change going forward?
Question 3 - How would you rate government's current progress in the following areas? (Charging Infrastructure - Price incentives - Favourable tax measures offered - Support of the used car market - Low Emission/Clean Air zones)
Question 4 - How concerned are you with the implementation of the Zero Emission Vehicle Mandate on January 01 2024?
Question 5 - How do you think your relationship with your manufacturer will change with the implementation of the Zero Emission Vehicle Mandate?
Question 6 - Any additional comments in relation to the Electric Vehicle Market specifically?
Take the survey HERE.
NFDA surveys are strictly anonymous and your details will remain confidential. Results collected will be constructed into quantitative and qualitative data and may be published by the National Franchised Dealers Association (NFDA).