ELECTRIC CAR MODELS

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BMW i3

One of the fastest BMWs off the line, the all-electric BMW i3 can go from 0 to 60 mph in 7.2 seconds. Sporting capability and eDrive technology round out this luxury option.

Electric

114

Range In Miles

5

Hour charge time

@220V; fast charging capable

4

seats

36.9

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$36,950

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Chevrolet Bolt

Offering nearly 240 miles of range and a spacious interior, the Chevy Bolt has been called the “long-range, affordable electric vehicle for the masses.”

Electric

238

Range In Miles

9

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

56.6

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$29,995

starting msrp

after the full federal tax credit

 

Chevrolet Spark EV

Small but zippy, the Chevrolet Spark EV achieves 0 to 60 mph in 7.2 seconds. Driving this model, you’ll see an EPA-estimated fuel cost savings of more than $6,000 over five years. The Spark EV was discontinued in 2017 and is no longer available new.

Electric

82

Range In Miles

7

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

4

seats

27.2

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$18,500

starting msrp

after the full federal tax credit

 

Ford Focus Electric

An electric version of the compact hatchback, the Ford Focus EV offers a balanced ride and handling, attractive interior and high-tech options to improve driving efficiency.

Electric

115

Range In Miles

3.5

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

14.5

cargo space

cubic feet

$21,620

starting msrp

affter the full federal tax credit

 

Kia Soul EV

With a large hatchback storage area and unique styling, the Kia Soul EV makes a statement. Check availability with local new and used car dealers — quantities are limited in the U.S.

Electric

111

Range In Miles

5

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

49.5

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$26,450

starting msrp

after the full federal tax credit

 

Mitsubishi i-MiEV

One of the most affordable and efficient electric cars, the Mitsubishi i-MiEV snugly fits four. While it’s not as powerful as some other all-electric options, it makes for a good commuter car.

Electric

62

Range In Miles

6

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

4

seats

50.4

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$15,495

starting msrp

after the full federal tax credit

 

2017 Nissan LEAF

The Nissan LEAF was the first battery electric vehicle to enter the U.S. market, and for many it’s still the standard.  Low running costs and multiple trim options make it a popular choice.

Electric

107

Range In Miles

6

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

30

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$23,180

starting msrp

after the full federal tax credit

 

Tesla Model 3

The Tesla Model 3 is the automaker’s most affordable car, combining considerable range, performance and spaciousness into a premium sedan. Deliveries will begin in late 2017.

Electric

310

Range In Miles

8

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

15

cargo space

cubic feet, rear cargo and front trunk

$35,000

starting msrp

before federal tax incentive

 

Tesla Model S

With an all-electric powertrain, the Tesla Model S can hit 60 mph in as little as 2.8 seconds. Autopilot capabilities increase safety and drivability on highways.

Electric

335

Range In Miles

7

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

63.4

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$74,500

starting msrp

before federal tax incentive

 

Tesla Model X

The Model X seats seven people in three rows — and has plenty of room for all their stuff. It’s distinctive falcon wing doors have inspired many a “Back to the Future” comparison.

Electric

295

Range In Miles

7

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

7

seats

88.1

cargo space

cubic feet (in the six seat configuration)

$79,500

starting msrp

before federal tax incentive

 

VW e-Golf

With hatchback versatility and sporty German-engineered performance, the Volkswagen e-Golf offers a smooth, safe and quick ride.

Electric

125

Range In Miles

5

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

52.7

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$22,995

starting msrp

after the full federal tax credit

 

Toyota Prius Prime

The bigger battery in the Prius Prime plug-in hybrid doubles the all-electric range of past models. Three modes — EV-Only, EV-Auto and Hybrid — gives drivers more control over how they run the car's powertrain.

Plug-in Hybrid

25

Range In Miles

2

Hour charge time

@240V

4

seats

19.8

cargo space

cubic feet

$22,798

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Audi A3 e-tron

This plug-in hybrid offers Audi's luxury styling with a sustainable edge. It's the first production Audi plug-in hybrid sold in the U.S. and the only hatchback styling available in the country.

Plug-in Hybrid

16

Range In Miles

2.15

Hour charge time

@240V

5

seats

39.6

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$34,998

starting msrp

 

Chevrolet Volt

First introduced in 2011, the plug-in hybrid Volt made a splash among early adopters and has remained popular since. The 2019 version has a 7.2 kW charging system that cuts recharging times nearly in half.

Plug-in Hybrid

53

Range In Miles

4.5

Hour charge time

@240V

5

seats

10.6

cargo space

cubic feet

$26,595

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Ford C-MAX Energi

For those needing space, this plug-in hybrid wagon is a good option. The EV Now mode allows you to avoid burning gas and take advantage of the model's 20-mile all-electric range.

Plug-in Hybrid

20

Range In Miles

2.5

Hour charge time

@240V

5

seats

52.6

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$27,120

starting msrp

 

Ford Fusion Energi

The Ford Fusion Energi benefits from the 2017 restyling of the entire Fusion line. This plug-in hybrid can go 25 all-electric miles before switching over to regular hybrid mode.

Plug-in Hybrid

25

Range In Miles

2.5

Hour charge time

@240V

5

seats

8.2

cargo space

cubic feet

$30,588

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

2019 Nissan LEAF

The 2019 Nissan Leaf has been significantly updated with a more powerful electric motor, and longer-lasting battery pack that promises 150 miles of driving range, new driver-assist features, and a new exterior design.

Electric

150

Range In Miles

8

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

30

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$22,490

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Honda Clarity

This plug-in hybrid by Honda is their first vehicle to offer an array of electrified powertrain choices in one spacious and comprehensively equipped 5-passenger sedan.

Plug-in Hybrid

47

Range In Miles

2.5

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

15.5

cargo space

trunk capacity on plug-in hybrid

$25,900

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

FIAT 500e

Fiat’s electric vehicle embodies their iconic style while giving you a no-compromise EV that’s purposeful and fun to drive. While new models are only available in California and Oregon, used models have been spotted in our area.

Electric

84

Range In Miles

4

Hour charge time

@240V

4

seats

26.3

cargo space

with rear seats folded down

$25,495

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Hyundai Ioniq PHEV

The Ioniq Plug-in Hybrid offers a sleek and aerodynamic design with new technology for a smart, energy efficient experience for customers. Currently only available in certain states.

Plug-in Hybrid

29

Range In Miles

2.5

Hour charge time

@240V

5

seats

23

cargo space

trunk volume

$20,407

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid

The 2018 Chrysler Pacifica Hybrid is the next-generation minivan, providing a 33-mile pure electric range, an efficiency rating of 84 MPG and a 566-Mile total driving range. Plus, it seats the whole family.

Plug-in Hybrid

33

Range In Miles

2

Hour charge time

@220v

7

seats

140.5

cargo space

with second and third rows folded

$37,495

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

2019 Nissan LEAF PLUS

The Nissan LEAF PLUS features a new higher output powertrain and 62kWh battery pack that adds to the car’s range by approximately 50 percent, with an EPA range of up to 226 miles, ensuring that there’s a Nissan LEAF to meet the driving needs of a wider range of customers.

Electric

226

Range In Miles

11.5

Hour charge time

@240V; Quick Charge: 45 min to 80%

5

seats

30

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$29,050

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Audi e-tron SUV

The e-tron SUV is Audi’s first purely-electric vehicle, as well as one of the first in a quickly growing field of crossover style EVs. With standard all-wheel drive and a 4000-pound towing capacity, it meets the capabilities that many SUV buyers would expect. It also boasts about unparalleled driving dynamics due to its low-positioned battery and dual motors set on each axle.

Electric

204

Range In Miles

9

Hour charge time

@240V; 54 miles w/ 10 min DC Fast Charge

5

seats

57

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$67,300

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Ford Mustang Mach-E SUV

Ford has built an all-electric Mustang SUV that balances impressive performance and true SUV qualities. The Mach-E will be the first vehicle based on Ford’s dedicated EV platform, featuring a large lithium-ion battery pack that serves as the floorboard, creating a low center of gravity and a flat load floor. One fast pony, the Mach-E produces 332 horsepower and 417 lb-ft of torque, hitting 0-60 in 5 seconds, whereas a 459 horsepower GT model will get there in 3 seconds. Its spacious interior is complemented by a convenient 4.8 cu. ft. washable front trunk with drain, designed for tailgating and gear-toting.

Electric

300

Range In Miles

9.5

Hour charge time

@240V; 47 miles w/ 10 min DC Fast Charge

5

seats

59.6

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$36,395

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Tesla Model Y

Tesla’s electric compact crossover has room for up to seven adults with an optional third row, and its second row seats fold flat for versatile storage. One notable aesthetic feature is an expansive all-glass roof that provides a seamless view of the sky. The Model Y’s All-Wheel Drive has two independent electric motors for the front and back wheels, making it a capable snow or off-road vehicle. And of course, no Tesla would be complete without a ludicrous 0–60 in 3.5 seconds.

Electric

316

Range In Miles

10

Hour charge time

@240V; 158 miles w/ 15 min Supercharge

7

seats

68

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$52,990

starting msrp

 

Volvo XC40 Recharge

Volvo’s first purely electric vehicle hangs its hat on safety, with details such as a “safety cage” for the battery pack. While the XC40 Recharge has great performance stats, such as dual 402 horsepower front and rear motors, some of the most interesting features are more smartphone than car. Volvo partnered with Google to integrate services such as maps, voice-control, and other behavioral learning tech into the car. Perhaps most intriguing is its car-sharing capability: the Volvo On Call app allows you to give others instant access to your car for certain periods of time via their mobile phone.

Electric

200

Range In Miles

8

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

61.7

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area and front trunk

$48,000

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV

A crossover with 4x4 off-road capabilities that uses both electric and gas power, the Mitsubishi Outlander PHEV claims to be one of the world's first plug-in hybrid electric vehicle with DC Fast Charging. While the current model will only go 22 miles in electric mode, the upcoming 2021 refresh is rumored to have a bigger engine, bigger battery and more powerful electric motor for an electric-only range of up to 40 miles.

Plug-in Hybrid

22

Range In Miles

3.5

Hour charge time

@240V; fast charging capable

5

seats

63.3

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$30,459

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Jaguar I-PACE SUV

For 2020, this electric SUV gets a boost thanks to significant software updates — adding range, optimized powertrain cooling, and enhanced regenerative braking. It boasts standard all-wheel drive, thanks to two electric motors that produce a combined 394 horsepower and 512 lb-ft of torque. The Jaguar I-PACE is stylish and sophisticated, with sweeping lines outside and tactile features inside. One notable creature comfort is its Smart Settings, which automatically identifies each driver using their key and phone, then selects seat and mirror positions, as well as plays preferred media on start-up.

Electric

253

Range In Miles

12.6

Hour charge time

@240V; 80% charge in 45 min w/ DC Fast Charge

5

seats

51

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$62,350

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

MINI Electric

If you are looking for a small, economic electric car loaded with features, the new MINI Electric could be it. Its premium standard features include Apple CarPlay™, Active Driving Assistant, and heated front seats. MINI calls this 2-door hardtop with 181 horsepower and 119 lb-ft of torque “an electric race car that has fun, go-kart handling.”

Electric

110

Range In Miles

5

Hour charge time

@240V; 80% charge in 36 min w/ DC Fast Charge

4

seats

25.8

cargo space

cubic feet with seat area

$22,400

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit

 

Porsche Taycan

The Porsche Taycan is undeniably fast, both in physical and in charging speed. Not only can the Turbo S model go from 0 to 60 in a face-melting 2.6 seconds, but its 800-volt architecture accepts charge power of up to 270kW, capable of gaining an 80 percent charge in just 15 minutes. Its also efficient with braking energy, claiming that during everyday “sporty” driving, you can achieve up to a third of your range via recuperation braking. The number of customizations available on the Taycan is noteworthy, giving buyers up to 90 finishing options.

Electric

203

Range In Miles

10

Hour charge time

@240V; 80% charge in 15 min w/ 800V Fast Charge

5

seats

15.7

cargo space

cubic feet in front and rear trunks

$96,300

starting msrp

after full federal tax credit