Cheapest Electric Car Hits the US Market

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Alfred Peru
Cheapest Electric Car Hits the US Market

Several electric cars have hit the US market, including the Ford F-150 Lightning, the General Motors Equinox, and the Hyundai Kona Electric. If you’re interested in purchasing one of these electric cars, you might be wondering which of them is the cheapest. Here’s a list of the cheapest electric cars you can buy right now.

Hyundai Kona Electric

Whether you’re an eco-conscious consumer, a tech enthusiast, or a car-buying fanatic, the Hyundai Kona Electric is a great option for you. It’s affordable, and it delivers the same quality and comfort you’ve come to expect from the popular subcompact SUV. It also has a lot of features that make it fun to drive.

It’s also one of the cheapest electric cars on the market, and it’s got enough range to keep you charged up when you need to be. That’s right, the Hyundai Kona Electric has an estimated range of 258 miles (415 kilometers), which is more than the Nissan Leaf’s 149 miles and more than the Chevrolet Bolt’s 231 miles.

The Kona Electric also has a good battery pack, which can be charged up to 80 percent in just nine hours and 35 minutes with a Level II 7.2 kW charger. That’s a lot faster than a lot of electric vehicles on the market.

General Motors’ Equinox

GM recently revealed plans to bring an all-electric version of the Chevy Equinox to the United States market. The vehicle is expected to hit dealerships in 2023 and has a starting price of around $30,000. It will be available in both retail and fleet versions, with the latter offering more power and range. It will be sold in both LT and RS trim levels.

The Equinox EV will be available with either front-wheel or all-wheel drive. It will be capable of a DC fast-charging capability of 150 kW. It will also come with an onboard charger that can add 70 miles of range in just 10 minutes. It will also feature a high-definition surround-view camera system and blind-spot monitors. It will also include a head-up display and automatic emergency braking. It will have an 8-year/100,000-mile limited warranty.

The new Equinox will feature a large touchscreen infotainment display that sits in the center of the dash. It will also offer Android Auto as a standard feature. The interior will also feature a down-and-away instrument panel and a high-grade steel body structure.

Ford F-150 Lightning

Amongst the latest automotive inventions, the Ford F-150 Lightning is the first all-electric pickup truck to hit the US market. Its impressive array of features include two electric motors generating 563 horsepower and 775 pound-feet of torque. It can tow up to 10,000 pounds and has a 2,000-pound payload capacity.

It comes with a 230-mile range pack and a 300-mile extended range pack. The long-range pack provides three days’ worth of battery power.

It also comes with a fold-out work surface. The company says its patented technology lets users plug the truck into various outlets and charge it while eating. It also comes with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto.

It’s a surprisingly smooth drive, thanks to its dual electric in-board motors. It can go 60 mph in four seconds. The battery pack has enough capacity to power the truck for 80 miles round trip for three days in a blackout.

The Lightning also has a 240V 40A outlet in the rear cargo area. The Ford Charge Station Pro provides 30 miles of range per hour and can power the truck overnight.

Tesla Model 3

Buying a new Tesla isn’t cheap, but the Model 3 is the cheapest electric car on the US market. The new car’s prices have dropped by almost 10% from the previous model year.

The Model 3 comes in a Standard Range with a base price of $46,990. This model is not eligible for the $7,500 federal EV credit that will go into effect next year. However, the Long Range version may qualify. The Model 3 Performance version has a maximum price of $80,990.

Tesla has also introduced a Full Self-Driving version. The full self-driving system costs about $10,000. The autopilot system also costs about $5,000. It also costs an extra $1,000 to purchase color options.

The Model 3 is also available in a 310-mile-range version. However, that version is not available in the configurator.

The model’s range will vary according to the speed of driving, the quality of the charge, and how well the vehicle is being recharged. The company recommends stopping to recharge at 216 to 296 miles.


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