So…What Are My EV Choices?


In the U.S., there are currently 13 all-electric vehicles on the market, ranging in price from the low $20,000 range for a very basic model, to more than $100,000 for a souped-up Tesla. Eventually, that number will tick up to 14 once Tesla releases its Model 3. As of May 2017, the vehicle was poised to enter its mass production stage.

If you’re very lucky, you might also see a Rimac Concept One EV on the road in the U.S. This electric super car out of Croatia costs just under $1 million, so not the EV for your average Joe or Jane. Thus, we didn’t count it in our 13-vehicle EV tally. There are reportedly four on the road in the United States, however; keep your eyes peeled. In EV lingo, MPGe means miles per gallon gasoline equivalent.



BMW i3The lightest electric car on the market due to its carbon fiber body. Price: MSRP from $42,400 Range: 114 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 7.1 seconds MPGe: 118 Seating: 4

Chevrolet Bolt—The first more affordable fully electric model in the United States with long range. Price: MSRP from $36,620 Range: 238 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds MPGe: 119 Seating: 5

Fiat 500eOnly produced in a limited number of states in the U.S. Price: MSRP from $32,995 Range: 84 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 8.7 seconds MPGe: 112 Seating: 4

Ford FocusFord’s only 100% electric car; comparable to the Nissan Leaf. Price: MSRP from $29,120 Range: 115 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 10.1 seconds MPGe:118 Seating: 5

Hyundai IoniqCurrently only available to California residents Price: MSRP from $29,500 Range: 110 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 10.2 seconds MPGe: 136 Seating: 5

Kia Soul EVNot widely available in the U.S. Price: MSRP from $32,250 Range: 93 Performance: 0-60 mph in 11.8 seconds MPGe: 105 Seating: 5

Mercedes B250eThe company’s first EV offering and a close competitor to the BMW i3. Price: MSRP from $39,900 Range: 84 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 7.9 seconds MPGe: 84 Seating: 5

Mitsubishi i-MiEVOne of the most basic and cost effective EVs on the market. You can still buy used models, but Mitsubishi is no longer selling this vehicle in the U.S. Price: MSRP from $22,995 Range: 62 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 13.5 seconds MPGe: 112 Seating: 4

Nissan Leaf —Affectionately deemed “the people’s EV,” it’s the highest selling electric vehicle. Price: MSRP from $30,680 Range: 107 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 10.2 seconds MPGe: 114 Seating: 5

Tesla Model SA top-selling luxury, premium-class EV. Price: MSRP from $68,000 Range: 249-355 miles Performance: 0-60 mph as quick as 2.3 seconds MPGe: 98-104 Seating: 5 adults, 2 kids

Tesla Model XTesla’s third model, an SUV with performance and specs similar to the Model S. Price: MSRP from $82,500 Range: 237-289 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 2.9 seconds MPGe: 86-92 Seating: 5-7

Volkswagen e-golfThe manufacturer’s second electric car model and first in the US. Price: MSRP from $21,495 Range: 83 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 10.4 seconds MPGe:116 Seating: 5

Smart ForTwo Electric DrivePurchase includes an $80/month battery rental. Price: MSRP from $25,000 Range: 68 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 9.8 seconds MPGe: 107 Seating: 2



Rimac Concept OneAn electric supercar out of Croatia; extremely rare. Price: $980,000 Range: 217 miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 2.5 seconds MPGe: 114 Seating: 2

Tesla Model 3Tesla’s newest model, slated for mass production in spring 2017; coming soon. Price: $35,000 Range: 215+ miles Performance: 0-60 mph in 5.6 seconds MPGe: 120 Seating: 5 adults

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