Here Are The Top Electric Vehicles In The US

by pps-DUEditor

EVs and charging stations are becoming an increasingly common sight on the roads today. While there are well over a dozen fully electric models on sale in American today, some are more popular than others. Here’s our list of top electric vehicles in the US and how far each will go on a single charge.

Chevrolet Bolt Ev – 259 Miles

Balancing power and practicality, the Bolt EV was the first real competition to Tesla’s electric juggernauts. An affordable little hatchback that blends in beautifully, customers can expect a generous 259 miles of all-electric range at a starting price of just $36,620.

Hyundai Kona Electric – 258 Miles

There’s no doubt the Kona has excellent range, but its off-beat styling might take some getting used to. With tons of standard equipment, all the Hyundai frills, and a great warranty, this is an exciting package to buy right now. Fun to drive, it’s quicker than you’d expect, and you get plenty of value for your money at the sticker price of $36,990.

Jaguar I-Pace – 234 Miles

A spunky electric car Jaguar did a great job with the I-Pace. It looks like nothing else on the market yet drives like a conventional Jag. Designed from scratch to be an EVA, it’s a real alternative to the Tesla Model X, it’s also a superbly practical EV with plenty of space for people and things and a comfortable range of 234 miles.

Kia Niro Ev – 239 Miles

Kia’s first long-range EV is a surprisingly great ride at a competitive price point of $38,500 to start. Good handling and an extensive lineup of standard features make this one hard to beat if you’re looking for a fully electric vehicle that also has outstanding value.

Tesla Model S

Despite a few hardware, styling, and performance updates, the Model S hasn’t changed much since 2012. Yet as one of the oldest vehicles here, it’s also the undisputed king of the all-electric range. Thanks to a recent overhaul, the S100D car can go an impressive 373 miles on a single charge. However, the $79,990 starting price is well out of budget for many Americans who want to make the switch.

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