The best-selling electric vehicle cleaning and maintenance products, including those from our sister site, are cheaper than ever, according to the latest Consumer Reports survey.
But there are a few notable changes that consumers may not be aware of.
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The survey is based on a sample of more than 5,000 consumers, with respondents being randomly selected from a large representative sample.
For the new survey, Consumer Reports used an automated tool that automatically calculates the average price of a product on average.
The average price per kilogram of cleaning and servicing is listed in the form of a percentage, where 100 is the highest and 0 is the lowest price per kWh.
The company’s research shows the most common cleaning products and services are available for under $20 per kilo, with the average cost per kWh being $0.99.
The report also included the following new product categories, which were also included in the survey:Air freshener,Dishwasher,Dryer,Air Conditioner,Hair Dryer,Laundry Detergent,Rinse,Rubber DusterFor the full list of the top 10 car interior cleaning and service brands, click here.
The most expensive product was a vacuum cleaner from Ford, which sold for $1,065.
But the cheapest was an electric vehicle cleaner that cost $59, which is more affordable than the average electric vehicle price of $39 per kilowatt-hour (kWh).
Consumer Reports says the average cleaning cost for a vacuum is $60 per kilobyte, but the average for an electric car cleaner is $30 per kilobyte, and for an air conditioner it is $45 per kilofloor, for a dryer $70 per kiloreactor, and a shower cleaner $100 per kilostream.
The most expensive car interior vacuum cleaner was the Bosch M3 from Germany, which had an average price tag of $3,599.
The best-performing car interior cleaners and services were the Philips Avanti EZ, which has a cleanse cost of $0 per kiloz of cleaning, and the Boschi EcoSmart, which was a clean cost of just $0 for the first five hours of use.
The Philips Aventa EZ had the best overall clean cost, costing $1.15 per kilojoule of cleaning.