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10 Longest-Range Electric Cars of 2020

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Electric cars have come a long way. You now have a wide variety of options that can get more than 200 miles of range, including SUVs, hatchbacks, and sedans. In fact, all of the models on this list yield more than 200 miles of range. If you’re concerned about the cost of an EV, here’s another pleasant surprise: some of the vehicles on this list have a Manufacturer Suggested Retail Price starting in the $30,000s.

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2020 Porsche Taycan

As we noted in our first review of the 201-mile-range Porsche Taycan, “Porsche’s sedan feels every bit as substantial as the company’s own Panamera, and every bit as sporty as its 911. While build quality is excellent, and the options list is extensive, more important to an enthusiast is the fact that the Taycan’s electric propulsion doesn’t get in the way of driving – actually, we’d argue that its seamless implementation improves the behind-the-wheel experience.” See Porsche Taycan models for sale near you

Starting price: $152,250
Range per full charge: 201 miles
Charge time at 240V: 9 hours (est)
Power: 670 horsepower, 626 lb-ft
Battery: 93.4-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 69 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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2020 Nissan Leaf Plus

The Nissan Leaf is available in two different forms – the Leaf and the Leaf Plus. Opt for the Leaf Plus, and you get the Leaf’s sleek styling, roomy interior, and ProPilot Assist semi-autonomous driving, as well as 226 miles of range. See Nissan Leaf models for sale near you

Starting Price: $39,125
Range per full charge: 226 miles
Charging time at 240V: About 11.5 hours
Power: 214 horsepower, 250 lb-ft of torque
Battery: 62-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 108 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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2020 Jaguar I-Pace

The 2020 Jaguar I-Pace is the smallest crossover Jaguar produces and has 234 miles of all-electric range. It also offers the attractive styling and entertaining drive experience the Jaguar name represents. And even though it doesn’t look like a typical SUV, the I-Pace has some off-road chops. See Jaguar I-Pace models for sale near you

Starting price: $70,875
Range per full charge: 234 miles
Charge time at 240V: 12.9 hours
Power: 394 horsepower, 512 lb-ft of torque
Battery: 90-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 76 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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2020 Kia Niro EV

The Kia Niro has a stylish yet mainstream exterior and a handsome and functional 5-passenger interior. With 239 miles of range, it also benefits from an excellent 10-year/100,000-mile powertrain warranty, a wide range of trims, and a strong roster of safety and tech features. See Kia Niro models for sale near you

Starting price: $40,210
Range per full charge: 239 miles
Charge time at 240V: 9.5 hours
Power: 201 horsepower, 291 lb-ft of torque
Battery: 64-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 112 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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2020 Hyundai Kona Electric

The all-electric version of the likable Hyundai Kona subcompact SUV provides a range of 258 miles. It also possesses all the versatility, likeability, and features of the gas-powered Kona, which is known for its value as well as its good looks. See Hyundai Kona models for sale near you

Starting price: $38,310
Range per full charge: 258 miles
Charge time at 240V: 9.5 hours
Power: 201 horsepower, 291 lb-ft of torque
Battery: 64-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 120 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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2020 Chevrolet Bolt EV

When it first came out, the Chevrolet Bolt EV was the first mainstream vehicle to attain over 230 miles of range per charge. As the electric-car segment continues to improve, the Bolt was updated as well. Its range is now 259 miles, which is best in class. The Bolt is quick, quiet, compliant, and versatile. It makes an excellent city car or runabout, and with some planning for recharges can even be a road-tripper. See Chevrolet Bolt EV models for sale near you

Starting price: $37,495
Range per full charge: 259 miles
Charge time at 240V: 10 hours (est)
Power: 200 horsepower, 266 lb-ft of torque
Battery: 60-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 118 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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2020 Tesla Model Y

Tesla’s newest model, the Model Y, is a 7-passenger SUV. It’s akin to a scaled-down version of the Model X but without the funky falcon-wing doors. Our first look at the Model Y explains, “The interior delivers a feeling of spaciousness thanks to an oversized panoramic glass roof, which eliminates any hint of claustrophobia within the 7-passenger cabin. Driver and front passenger sit in supportive bucket seats identical to those in the Model 3. The second-row seats three abreast – it folds to provide more cargo room when needed.” Model Y also promises excellent performance, going from 0-60 mph in as little as 3.5 seconds. See Tesla Model Y models for sale near you

Starting Price: $54,190
Range per full charge: 315 miles
Charging time at 240V: 10 hours (est)
Battery: 75-kWh lithium-ion polymer
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 121 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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2020 Tesla Model X Long Range

Able to travel more than 325 miles on a single charge, accelerate to 60 mph in less than three seconds, and carry up to seven people, the 2020 Tesla Model X makes owning an electric vehicle a viable alternative to a gasoline-powered model. New competitors are on sale or coming soon, but Tesla’s dominance on the electric-car playing field remains intact. Tesla has announced plans for a Long Range Plus version of the Model X, with a range of 351 miles. See Tesla Model X models for sale near you

Starting price: $89,690
Range per full charge: 328 miles
Charge time at 240V: 10 hours (est)
Battery: 100-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 96 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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2020 Tesla Model 3 Long Range

Consider the Model 3 Tesla’s electric car for the masses. Last year, it was the best-selling compact luxury car in America. As we say in our Expert Review: “This sleekly styled, 5-seat sedan dazzles with ample electric range, cool technology, and a starting price of about $40,000. For those who can swing the lease or loan payment, the smallest and least expensive Tesla offers day-to-day usability, surprisingly fun road manners, impressive safety ratings, and an intriguing glimpse of a gasoline-free future.” See Tesla Model 3 models for sale near you

Starting price: $50,190
Range per full charge: 330 miles
Charge time at 240V: 10 hours (est)
Battery: 75-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 130 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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2020 Tesla Model S Long Range

From our Expert Review: “The Tesla Model S is an electric 5-passenger sportback that offers up to 373 miles of driving range on a single battery charge. Inside, a huge 17-inch screen dominates the minimalist interior and controls virtually all vehicle functions. Meanwhile, a pair of electric motors generate massive torque permitting this sensible but sleek car to outrun most honest-to-goodness supercars while hauling up to 63.3 cubic feet of cargo.” Tesla also announced that there will soon be a Model S Long Range Plus with a 391-mile range. See Tesla Model S models for sale near you

Starting price: $81,190
Range per full charge: 373 miles
Charge time at 240V: 12 hours (est)
Battery: 100-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 111 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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