Electric vehicles have taken the automotive industry by storm since 2008, with Tesla the biggest producer of such vehicles.
However, a handful of car manufacturers have decided to join the bandwagon. The following list will help you decide which brand you may want to consider buying from.
First, of course, is Tesla’s Model 3. Being the innovator of electric cars, Tesla is also the biggest name in this market, offering a wide assortment of cars. The Model 3 is Tesla’s answer to those who cannot afford the other expensive Tesla cars. The Model 3 also has a range of 220 miles and costs only $35,000 before incentives.
However, you may have to wait for 12 to 18 months before you can finally lay your hands on its wheels. Moreover, it is also reported that the car manufacturer has not been able to meet its production quota for the Model 3, which puts the said car in uncertainty.
Next is the Chevrolet Bolt, which directly competes against the bigger EV cars in the world. The Bolt boasts of its 238-mile battery and costs $37,495 before incentives. As of now, the car manufacturer is tapping for more resources to provide more electric cars in the future. Perhaps we will be seeing more electric cars from Chevy soon.
Last is the Nissan Leaf. Among the three cars mentioned here, the Nissan Leaf is the most affordable at $29,990 before incentives. Plus, unlike the Chevy Bolt and the Model 3, the Nissan Leaf is considered an SUV. Though it has more extra space than the other two, on the downside it only has a 151-mile range.