Considering an electric vehicle? In recent years, the choices have finally started to expand. Unfortunately, may EVs are still only available in California and other CARB states.
Here is a sortable chart comparing the major EVs that are available for purchase right now in most regions in the U.S. as of April, 2018. For comparison, we’ve added the Tesla Model 3, even though you still have to wait at least a year to get one if you order now.
|Vehicle||Starting MSRP||Battery||EPA Range||Horsepower||0-60mph||Size (LxWxH)||Seating||Rear Legroom||Cargo Space||Availability|
|Chevrolet Bolt||$37,495||60kWh||238 miles||200 hp||6.5 (est)||164 x 69.5 x 62.8||5 people||36.5 inches||16.9 cu ft||Nationwide|
|Nissan Leaf||$29,990||40kWh||151 miles||147 hp||8.0 (est)||176.4 x 70.5 x 61.4||5 people||33.5 inches||23.6 cu ft||Nationwide|
|BMW i3||$44,450||33kWh||114 miles||170 hp||7.2||158.3 x 69.9 x 62.9||4 people||31.9 inches||15.1 cu ft||Nationwide|
|Kia Soul EV||$33,950||30kWh||111 miles||109 hp||9.7 (est)||163 x 70.9 x 63.0||5 people||36.0 inches||18.8 cu ft||Regional|
|Smart ForTwo Electric||$23,900||17.6kWh||58 miles||80 hp||11.4||106.1 x 65.47 x 61.22||2 people||-||7.8 cu ft||Regional|
|Tesla Model 3||$35,000||50kWh||220 miles||258 hp||5.6||184.8 x 82.2 x 56.8||5 people||35.2 inches||15.0 cu ft||Est. 12-18 Months|