That’s a function of both price and availability. Relatively few Tesla vehicles have hit the used car lots. Although the carmakers have manufactured a comparable number of Nissan Leafs (142,000) and Model S (164,000), Tesla owners have held onto their cars longer. For the 2012-13 model, three times more Tesla Model S owners kept their car than Nissan Leaf owners, reports iSeeCars.

Yet the volume of Tesla models now entering the market is likely to change the equation. It’s not much of an exaggeration to say America’s EV market belongs to Tesla. Nearly half of EVs sold in American since 2012 bear the Tesla logo. As the Model 3 has roared to bestseller status, the model’s share of all US EV sales rose to 62% (not including Tesla’s premium Model S and Model X). Eventually, of course, those new Teslas will hit the used car market, and the Nissan Leaf may finally lose its last hold on the top of the bestseller list.

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