Top Five Affordable Electric Cars in the United States

Last Updated: 15 October, 2016
Chevy Bolt

If you’re in the market and if you’re looking for a smart electric vehicle, packed with a lot of technology stuffs, here you go.

These five cars are smart, impressive, high-tech and after all, they are affordable as well.

Check them out.

The Smart Electric

The smart Electric is available in Coupe and Cabrio body styles. The two-seater car is perfect for a lovely couple who want to drive around the city making love, or if you want to cover a very, very small distance, then this car could be a decent pick from your garage.

The smart electric features a single-gear transmission for instant torque and smooth, swift acceleration. The car has a range of 68 miles on a full charge with a top speed of 78 MPH.  It starts at $15,490 after tax breaks.

The Smart Electric

Mitsubishi i-MiEv

Mitsubishi i-MiEvIt costs about $15,500 after federal tax breaks, and if you live in California, you might be able to scratch an extra $2,500 off that as well.

The Chevy Spark EV

The Chevy Spark EVLike its sibling, the Chevy Bolt, the Spark EV is a sort of more techy that has a 4G LTE hotspot for riders and OnStar hookup with the company’s RemoteLink app. Priced at $18,495 after federal tax breaks, the car holds a range of 82 miles on a single full charge.

The Fiat 500E

The Fiat 500EHaving a range of 87 miles on a single charge, the Fiat 500E gets combined, local and federal governments incentives and credits for up to $14,000. If you live in a specific area in California, you can buy a 500E for just $18,300 after incentives. The Fiat 500E is claimed to have a range of 87 miles on a single charge.

Volkswagen e-Golf

Volkswagen e-GolfThe VW e-Golf could do only 83 miles on a single charge, not impressive range though, but for $21,495 after tax cuts, it’s an electric Golf!