10 Longest-Range Electric Cars of 2019

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10 Longest-Range Electric Cars of 2019

If you have ever considered buying an electric car but were concerned about having enough range, you'll be happy to know that a lot has changed in the world of EVs. Consider this list: none of the vehicles here has less than a 200-mile range. And if your secondary concern is the Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price, you're in for another pleasant surprise: pricing for many of the vehicles on this list starts in the $30,000s, and that's before factoring in any tax credits and incentives.

The Audi e-tron is the company's first all-electric vehicle, the first of what promises to be a full line of all-electric models from this tech-forward automaker. The e-tron is a smart entry into the all-electric arena, as it combines the versatility of a two-row midsize luxury SUV -- complete with all-wheel drive and towing capability -- with practicality of 204 miles of range. Read more in our full review

Starting price: $74,800
Range per full charge: 204 miles
Charge time at 240V: 8 hours (est)
Power: 355 horsepower
Battery: 95-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 74 MPGe (city/highway combined)

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For 2019, the Nissan Leaf has introduced a new model, the Nissan Leaf Plus. The Plus is more powerful, with 214 horsepower, and has increased range: 226 miles, compared to the standard Leaf's 150. Read more in our full review

Starting Price: $37,445
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)

Jaguar's smallest crossover has all of the luxury you'd expect from this storied marque, as well as 234 miles of range before you have to recharge. And even though it doesn't look like a typical SUV, the I-Pace also has some off-road chops. Read more in our full review

Starting price: $70,495
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)

The Bolt was the first all-electric car to combine a sub-$40,000 starting price with driving range of more than 200 miles and it's still a strong contender, even in the face of tough new competition. The Bolt is a pleasure to drive and versatile, too. Read more in our full review

Starting price: $37,495
Range per full charge: 238 miles
Charge time at 240V: 9.5 hours
Power: 200 horsepower, 266 lb-ft of torque
Battery: 60-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 119 MPGe (city/highway combined)

2019 Kia Niro EV

10 Longest-Range Electric Cars of 2019

Kia already has an impressive vehicle with its part-hatchback, part-SUV Niro. The EV version, which gets all of the connectivity and convenience features of the Niro line, adds a range of 239 all-electric miles to the mix. Read more

Starting price: $37,500 (est)
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)

2020 Kia Soul EV

10 Longest-Range Electric Cars of 2019

The Kia Soul, already one of our favorite small cars, has been completely redesigned for 2020. While you can buy a 2019 Kia Soul EV now, if you wait for the 2020 which goes on sale later this year, your range will increase from 111 miles to 243, and you'll get the all-new Soul's expanded features roster and impressive updates. Read more in our full review

Starting Price: $35,000 (est)
Range per full charge: 243 miles
Charging time at 240V: 9.5 hours
Power: 201 horsepower, 291 lb-ft of torque
Battery: 64-kWh lithium-ion polymer
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 114 MPGe (city/highway combined)

Take the already likeable Hyundai Kona subcompact SUV -- which is known for its value as well as its good looks -- and give it 258 miles of all-electric range, and you have one of the most versatile, coolest ways to get around. Read more in our full review

Starting price: $36,450
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)

The Tesla Model X brings together the best of a 3-row SUV -- all-wheel drive and room for seven people or loads of cargo -- with the best of Tesla -- 0 to 60 in 3.2 seconds, plus 295 miles of all-electric range. Read more in our full review

Starting price: $90,700
Range per full charge: 295 miles
Charge time at 240V: 10 hours (est)
Battery: 100-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 87 MPGe (city/highway combined)

 

The Model 3 is Tesla's electric car for the masses. As we say in our Expert Review: "This sleekly styled, compact 5-seat sedan dazzles with cool features and ample electric range...for those who can afford it, the smallest and least expensive Tesla offers day-to-day usability, surprisingly fun road manners, a 5-star safety rating from the National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA), and an intriguing glimpse of a gasoline-free future." Read more in our full review

Starting price: $52,200
Range per full charge: 310 miles
Charge time at 240V: 10 hours (est)
Battery: 75-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 130 MPGe (city/highway combined)

From our Expert Review: "The Tesla Model S is an all-electric 5-passenger hatchback that offers up to 335 miles of range. The fact that it runs on electricity merely hints at the Model S’s cutting-edge technology. Inside, a minimalist interior is dominated by a huge 17-inch screen used to control virtually all vehicle functions. Tesla has championed autonomous-driving technology and regularly rolls out new vehicle features via over-the-air software enhancements. Meanwhile, a pair of electric motors generates massive torque permitting this sensible but sleek car to outrun many honest-to-goodness supercars." Read more in our full review

Starting price: $86,200
Range per full charge: 335 miles
Charge time at 240V: 11 hours (est)
Battery: 100-kWh lithium-ion
EPA fuel economy equivalent: 102 MPGe (city/highway combined)

 

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