The 8 Cheapest Electric Cars With at Least 250 Miles of Range

The 8 Cheapest Electric Cars With at Least 250 Miles of Range

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The 8 Cheapest Electric Cars With at Least 250 Miles of Range



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17 thoughts on “The 8 Cheapest Electric Cars With at Least 250 Miles of Range

  1. I’d much rather have a little less range but a better DCFC max rate and curve than vice versa. The Niro, Bolt, and Kona are all great value EVs (if you can get them at MSRP…) but they all top out at a 75kw max rate or less, making them extremely cumbersome for road trips.

    It’s why I’m intrigued by the new standard range ID4 that’s coming out – you sacrifice some range (~210 miles estimated but probably a bit less real-world) but it will also likely retain the DCFC max charging rate and curve of the current models. That *should* make it a great daily driver that can also do the occasional short-to-medium range road trip.

  2. Unfortunate mileage limit.

    The base model 220 mile Hyundai ioniq 5 for $41k is a really good deal more people need to consider. Even for long road trips the fast charging really makes it easy to travel with.

  3. I’d love to buy an EV but they are just too expensive. I own my car outright so no monthly payments, insurance is cheap and maintenance is low due to buying relatively new/low mileage. Even with higher prices at the pumps I can’t justify 40k for a vehicle.

  4. For mainstream adoption, avg purchase prices pre incentive needs to be 40k

    Otherwise, the total cost of ownership and cost per mile is too high for avg American households

    The Bolt is the right idea Tesla is going to be a Niche product based on price

  5. Seems really baised article. There are many EVs around the 300 miles for 30k (Europe). I myself drive a MG MG5 which costed 37.000 with 310km range. For around 40k you could get the LR version which does 400.

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