Automakers who introduce a battery-lease scheme for used electric vehicles would see a dramatic sales uplift, a U.K. auction company says. But presently, Shoreham Vehicle Auctions says, a lack of information released by manufacturers about EVs in the used market is affecting both resale values and dealers’ confidence in stocking used electrics. With no specific short-term battery loans or warranties available and automakers saying only the battery will last the life of the car, dealers ...

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