A new, cheaper, and more fuel-efficient electric vehicle may be a better option for a person looking for a reliable ride, but the question of which model to buy is the most hotly debated.
As the electric car industry has grown, so too has the debate about which model is best for your budget.
There are several options to choose from, but we decided to compile a list of the best-rated models and compare them to each other in a bid to determine which is the “right” electric car.
A new, more fuel efficient electric vehicle.
The new Ford Focus Electric is the fastest-selling car in the United States and the best value-for-money electric car, according to Edmunds.
It can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 3.9 seconds.
It weighs 1,300 pounds and comes with a price tag of $35,000.
This model is the only electric car in our Top Ten for 2017.
Ford says the Focus Electric can reach up to 100 miles per charge in 4.8 seconds, which is faster than the previous best electric model, the Nissan Leaf.
The Focus Electric comes with an EPA-rated range of 97 miles on a single charge.
If you need to get up and running quickly, the Tesla Model 3 is an excellent choice for the same price as the Focus.
It is an all-electric vehicle that will run on electricity for most of its range.
Its EPA-estimated range of 88 miles on one charge makes it a top choice.
The Model 3 also comes with top-notch safety features, such as lane departure warning, blind spot monitoring, and automatic emergency braking.
The Chevy Bolt EV is the cheapest electric vehicle currently available in the U.S. The Bolt is a two-door, all-wheel-drive electric vehicle that can be charged via an outlet and has a range of up to 220 miles on its battery.
The car comes with three seats, a heated steering wheel, and a range-extender feature.
The Chevrolet Bolt EV, which comes with electric seats, can be yours for under $100,000 and is the first fully electric car to be released in the country.
Its top-rated battery is rated at 100 miles.
If electric cars don’t seem like the next big thing, you might be surprised to hear that you can still get a bargain at a lower price.
The Nissan Leaf is the lowest-priced electric car on our list.
It has a $40,000 price tag, which includes a $3,000 federal tax credit.
It also comes equipped with a heated and air-conditioning-equipped roof, an 8-speaker audio system, and an electric charging system.
The Ford Focus EV is currently the most affordable electric vehicle in the US.
The vehicle has a price of $28,000, and its EPA-certified range is 81 miles.
The Volkswagen Golf GTI is a more expensive, but still affordable option for those looking for the most powerful and versatile electric car available today.
The GTI has a starting price of only $28 of the current Volkswagen lineup, and it is available with an 8.0-liter V6 that can go 0 to 62 mph in 2.4 seconds.
The Golf GTi comes with six seats, and the base price is $27,999.
If it seems like a lot of money to you, you’re not alone.
The Volkswagen Golf GTS has a sticker price of just $18,995.
It’s available with six and nine seats, the best of which is a 7.4-liter turbocharged V6.
It comes with heated front seats, heated steering wheels, an electric roof rack, and electric headlights.
The Tesla Model S is the electric SUV of the future.
It features a range that can reach 250 miles and a battery pack that is rated to go up to 1,200 miles.
The Tesla Model SE comes with five seats, an interior that includes a fully heated steering chair, heated front and rear seats, electric parking sensors, and two electric airbags.
The Nissan Leaf has the most expensive battery on our Top 10.
The Leaf costs $39,000 but can be had for $35k.
The company says it is the safest electric car with an average of less than two crashes a year.
The Volt has a battery price of between $34,000 to $46,000 that comes with eight seats, six-wheel drive, and four-wheel autonomous driving.