Don’t Miss These NEW Electric Cars!

by pps-DUEditor

Practical and easy to drive, electric cars offer dynamic on-road performance, plenty of advanced tech, and snappy designs that can rival many gasoline-fueled vehicles. This is the zero-emission daily commuter you want if you are thinking of a hassle-free charge and drive. Read on for our picks of the top electric cars this year.

Nissan Leaf

Since 2011, the Leaf has evolved and now delivers an EPA-estimated 150-mile range on a full charge. With 23.6 cu-ft of cargo space, the Leaf’s hatchback design provides enormous functionality and tons of room.

Standard features include:

Six-way manually adjustable driver seat

16-inch steel wheels

Cloth upholstery

Bluetooth® connectivity

Rearview monitor

Chevrolet Bolt EV

The Chevrolet Bolt EV tops the list when it comes to a single package with technology, space, and power all rolled into one. With an EPA-estimated driving range of 238 miles on a full charge, the model makes for a perfect daily commuter, carpool car, and weekly shopper before you need to plug in again. Plus, there’s loads of space!

Standard features include:

Equipped with OnStar functionality (activation required)2

Apple CarPlay® and Android Auto™ smartphone integration

LED headlamps and taillamps

Teen driver system

Rear-vision camera

BMW i3

Fun-to-drive and spacious enough for four passengers, this is little EV can do a lot. With rear seats that fold flat and give you 36.9 cubic feet, the model also gives you an  EPA-estimated range of 153 miles on a full charge. The i3 also gives you the option of a 0.6L two-cylinder gasoline generator to bump the EPA-estimated range to 200 miles with a full charge and full tank of gas.

Standard features include:

Dynamic cruise control

Auto-dimming interior and exterior mirrors

Rain-sensing automatic headlights

Automatic climate control

Center armrest

No matter which model you finally end up with, overall, an electric car is among the smartest ways to move around town and be conscious about our contribution to climate change. Any one of these three battery-powered vehicles is a worthy contender if you’re in the market for a change. Now all you have to do is figure out what you want from an EV and which one fits into your budget and lifestyle best.

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