If you haven’t noticed, five years ago, when one head the words “electric car” only one car manufacture came to mind – Tesla. Fast forward five years later and Tesla has invited itself some serious competition. Below is an extensive list of 2019 best electric cars, their starting prices, and quick feature blurb. Who knows, you may just find your new whip!
2019 Best Electric Cars
2019 Fiat 500e – $33,460
Perfect for urban commutes, the tiny footprint is great for congested cities and short drive times, boasting an 84-mile range. Two regular seats and a small back seat. The 2019 Fiat 500e has a USN score of 6.3/10
2019 Honda Clarity Electric – Lease only
Available only for lease, the 2019 Honda Clarity Electric features a comfortable ride with standard 2019 tech in the cabin. City only driving with an 89-mile range. Overall USN rating score is 6.9/10.
2019 Nissan Leaf – $29,990
A spacious vehicle with a great price. Not a luxurious cabin experience, but all the standard features are present. With a 150 mi range, the 2019 Nissan Leaf electric vehicle is a good daily driver and clocks in at a 7.1/10 USN score.
2019 Tesla Model X – $84,990
The best long-ranging electronic vehicle on the market today. Coming in at a range of 325 miles and a USN rating of 7.6/10. The 2019 Tesla Model X features all the top of the line amenities of a luxury vehicle and offers three-row seating– carpool anyone?
2019 BMW i3 – $44,450
Safe and reliable– with the quality in all the places one would expect from a BMW, though the 2019 BMW i3 has less range than we would have thought, only closing in at 153 miles, which has is USN score resting at 7.7/10. BMW also is only offering Apple CarPlay for one year, after which you have to pay BMW a subscription fee.
2019 Kia Niro EV – $38,500
A great middle of the road option with standard features and a good range of 239 miles and 7.7/10 USN score. This is a practical choice for families with good crash test scores, compact enough for city dwellers, and plenty of safety features.
2019 Volkswagen e-Golf – $31,895
Almost identical to its gas-powered twin, the e-Golf comes in at a mere 125-mile range with a 7.9/10 USN score. An affordable option with an 8-inch touchscreen and smartphone integration and multiple driver-assist systems.
2019 Hyundai Ioniq Electric – $30,315
Spacious hatchback with small range, the Hyundai Ioniq Electric is sold in 13 US states. With a USN score of 8.0/10 and a range of 124 miles, this model stands out with its reliability rating and crash test reports.
2019 Chevrolet Bolt – $36,620
A good American suburban wanderer, the 2019 Chevrolet Bolt clocks a range of 238 miles and a USN score of 8.1/10. Middle of the road in features, this hatchback is available nationwide.
2019 Audi e-tron – $74,800
The Audi e-torn is totally on-brand with it’s luxury features and expansive cabin. With a moderate range for an SUV, the e-tron comes in at a 204-mile range and a USN score of 8.2/10.
2020 Jaguar I-Pace – $69,850
All-wheel drive and an adaptive air suspension system, the 2020 Jaguar I-Pace is a well-built electronic vehicle. Faux leather seats and a dual screen infotainment system, this ride is welcoming to guests. The I-Pace rings in at a USN score of 8.3/10 and a range of 234 miles.
2019 Hyundai Kona Electric – $36,950
Compact and longer ranging, the 2019 Hyundai is sweeping up markets around the United States. This electric vehicle seats two comfortably with a smaller back seat for passengers. Ranging 258 miles per charge and boasting a 8.3/10 USN score.
2019 Tesla Model 3 – $38,990
The #1 selling electronic vehicle on the market today! The 2019 Tesla Model 3 is putting the gas guzzlers to the test with incredible ratings all around for safety, crash tests, and a USN of 8.7/10. Standard Tesla features and simplistic design, the Model 3 is ranging 240 miles.
2019 Kia Soul EV – $38,500
The Kita Soul EV only comes in at 111 miles range, making it a city only vehicle. People are loving the shapes of this one though bringing the USN score to an 8.8/10.
2019 Tesla Model S – $79,990
Offering the most range, at 370 miles, in the current electric car market, the 2019 Tesla Model S claims the number one spot. With luxury interior and all the modern accouterments of a high tech electric vehicle, we love the Model S, and so do many others, clocking a 9.1/10 USN score.
So, as you can see, there is a wide variety of options as far as the 2019 best electric cars go and the options will continue to increase in the next 5-10 years as the world makes a major push toward cleaner air and electric vehicles with Tesla probably still being at the helm. Which are your top three cars from the 2019 best electric cars list above? Comment below!
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