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Best New Car Prices – Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular and with manufacturers planning to launch new models over the next year, the market will become more competitive and diverse.
Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular in the UK with the influx of drivers who are switching or planning when they are going to buy a vehicle.
On top of this, manufacturers are rolling out new models and variants to satisfy demand and also drive motorists toward zero-emission travel.
Best New Car Prices
Importantly, the prices of these cars are down and the mileage is increasing and electric models are quickly becoming a more viable and sensible option for today’s car buyers.
Charging an electric car is also much cheaper than filling a gas or diesel tank that will result in annual savings.
This is the best electric car for every taste:
The best budget option
The Renault Zoe has been classified as the best budget option. This is one of the cheaper options on offer, and it can also be purchased with the deal where you lease the battery from Renault, making the purchase price more affordable.
What’s more, Zoe looks smart with high-tech interiors, and also has a five-star Euro NCAP crash test rating.
The best for long range
Tesla Model S
One charge from Tesla Model S can make you nearly 400 miles, making it a more viable option for consumers who want to do more than just pop into the city.
It boasts a serious performance and some intelligent interior technology including a 17-inch touch screen up front.
The most aspirative
BMW has presented a truly aspirational electric car, thanks not only to its badge, but also its sharp and innovative design.
It gives you a lot of speed and fun handling as well. The i3 car comes with a premium price tag, but you definitely get a premium product for your money.
The most unpretentious
E-Golf looks very similar to its non-electric counterpart, except with a blue headlamp and a different front grille.
And, like any other Golf, it has all the same attributes – which means high quality, practicality of family cars, and sophisticated driving experience – but with the added bonus of zero disposal pollutants.
The best option built by the UK
The British-made leaf is the first vehicle to convince people in large numbers that electric cars are something to consider, and now there are new ones.
Built in Sunderland, with improved battery life, greater power, greater reach and better purchasing power, this is a perfect choice for middle-class buyers.
Auto Trader also said that they believe that Audi e-Tron Quattro, Tesla Model 3 and Volvo XC40 Electric will have a big impact on the UK car market when they are launched here.
Erin Baker, Editorial Director of Auto Trader said: “The range of electric cars in the market is increasing rapidly, with more and more models available.
“Most electric cars are now able to travel up to 100 miles with a single charge and the battery becomes more compact.
“With emerging technologies, we will see more sophisticated EVs going into the market in the next few years.”