Top 10 electric cars

eight years. This is the countdown to all new cars on Britain’s roads needing to run on electricity.

But electric cars are expensive, right?

You don't have to spend a fortune to drive an electric car

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You don’t have to spend a fortune to drive an electric car

Well, they are more expensive than gasoline or diesel cars at the moment, but they are getting cheaper and some of them are more affordable than you think today.

Remember that you will also get an extra £1,500 of your EV as a grant if it costs less than £32,000 as well. Don’t worry, we’ve kept that in mind here.

There was a time when Tesla dominated the electric car, but while it’s still great, you have a much wider choice of cool electric cars today.

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And don’t worry, they are not all small city parks that you can’t accommodate kids in.

Sure, those are right there, but we’ve also got family-friendly, estate-friendly SUVs and stylish hatchbacks for you, too.

Nor are we talking about budget brands. Even Audi features.

Most importantly, all of our electric cars come at a lower price than the cheapest Tesla on sale, which is currently the Model 3 at £45,990.

Purchasing any with finance or operating it as a corporate vehicle by business will make it more affordable.

1. Kia EV6

The EV6 recently won the 2022 European Car of the Year award

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The EV6 recently won the 2022 European Car of the Year award

If you’re still thinking about a Kia and thinking “meh,” think again.

The Kia EV6 looks like the part, it’s packed with technology and quality inside and it’ll reach 328 miles on a full charge. It costs from £41,695.

2. Hyundai Ionic 5

The Ioniq 5 did better than Kia's 2022 World Car of the Year award

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The Ioniq 5 did better than Kia’s 2022 World Car of the Year award

Under the Hyundai Ioniq 5 this is the same as the Kia above, but it gets its amazing looks inside and out.

It’ll turn heads on every major street, run up to 298 miles on a charge and are jam-packed with the latest technology. Prices start from £37,600.

3. Peugeot e-208

Peugeot 208 is one of the best looking small cars

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Peugeot 208 is one of the best looking small cars

Peugeot e-208 is a small car with an ergonomic design for a large car.

It looks a lot more expensive inside than the starting price of £28,695 suggests, and its 225-mile range will be more than enough if most of your driving is done in the city.

4. Skoda stylish

Five seats and a large boot ensure that the Enyaq is perfect for a family

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Five seats and a large boot ensure that the Enyaq is perfect for a family

Like Kia, jokes about Skodas seem just a distant memory.

These days they often buy smarter than the VWs they depend on, and the Enyaq is one of Skoda’s best models.

It’s spacious and practical, will run 331 miles and cost from £32,785.

5. Audi Q4 e-tron

The Audi Q4 e-tron has the premium badge without the premium price

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The Audi Q4 e-tron has the premium badge without the premium price

If you like the fancier badge on the hood, the Audi Q4 e-tron is probably your best bet.

It’s basically the same as the Skoda Enyaq underneath, but has a more luxurious look and feel about it.

As a result, it costs more, but from £43,150 it’s still less than the Tesla Model 3.

6. Volkswagen ID.3

ID.3 makes the life of electric vehicles easy

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ID.3 makes the life of electric vehicles easy

We all know the Volkswagen Golf, but the Volkswagen ID.3 is the Volkswagen Golf of the future.

It has a more radical look, but is also spacious inside, easy to drive and comfortable.

It has a reasonable range and price as well; Up to 259 miles from £35,835.

7. Renault Megane e-tech

You're sure to hit sales with a much-improved infotainment system

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You’re sure to hit sales with a much-improved infotainment system

Pricing for the Renault Megane E-Tech has yet to be confirmed, but you can book one now and we think it will come comfortably under £45,000. Think close to 35,000 pounds sterling.

Then you get a great infotainment system, impressive looks and an amazing range of 292 miles.

8. Mini Electric

Everything you love about Mini is now powered by electricity

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Everything you love about Mini is now powered by electricity

The Mini of the past is an iconic icon, but this is the Mini of the future.

It doesn’t get much further in range, but the Mini thinks 145 miles is enough for its buyer.

It gets the same quirky exterior and interior, plus the quality and sharpness that Mini owners love. Starting at £28,500.

9. MG5

MG 5 offers small price but big space and great value

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MG 5 offers small price but big space and great value

The MG5 theme might not turn on instantly, but give it a shot.

It has all the tools you could possibly need and need, is very comfortable to drive and saves parking space, all starting at just £28,195.

Don’t get stingy scale either; It will travel up to 250 miles between charges.

10. Fiat 500 Electric

The elegant Italian city car from Fiat has been reinvented for the modern era

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The elegant Italian city car from Fiat has been reinvented for the modern era

Italy’s response to the Mini is a constant sight on our roads, but the Fiat 500 has been updated for the modern era.

This stylish little electric car is fun to drive and customizable, but it still costs from £23,835.

You’ll run a reasonable 199 miles between charges, too.


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