According to iSeeCars, the top five fastest-selling used cars in the United States are either electric models, plug-in hybrids or “traditional hybrids.” The average car stays on dealer lots for 46.4 days before someone purchases it, once again proving the rise in popularity for electrified vehicles. iSeeCars analyzed a four million late-model vehicles to determine which cars sell the slowest, as well as which cars sell the fastest.

At the top of the list is the Toyota Prius C which had an average days on the market of 29.6 days. It was followed by the Tesla Model S (32.4 days) and right after by the BMW i3 (33.4 days) and the regular Prius model. Last in top five was the Chevrolet Volt (34.3 days).

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In the United States, BMW currently sells four different variants of their first electric car – the i3. The entry level is the fully-electric i3 priced at $44,450, followed by the i3 with Range Extender – $48,300. The newer and sportier i3s starts at $47,650 for the BEV model and $51,500 for the REX.

To compliment the newer, sportier suspension, the BMW i3S also gets a bump in power. Using a beefier 184 hp and 199 lb-ft electric motor, the i3S is said to get from 0-60 mph in 6.8 seconds. That 60 mph time is good enough to take on cars like the Volkswagen Golf, which is impressive for a little EV.

BMW is preparing a new update to their i3 lineup with an upgrade to their battery technology. The BMW i3 120Ah is expected to be unveiled later this month.