7 All-Electric Cars You Can Afford to Buy Coming by 2020

Introducing 7 long-range All Electric Cars from k to k

There is a notable decreasing tendency in all-electric car prices from ,000 to ,000 on average with the same range and performance, thus, making it comparative affordable, not cheap but affordable enough, for average US citizen (with the median salary of ,000)

01: Tesla Model 3
starts at ,000

02: Tesla Model Y
starts at ,000

03: Volvo All-Electric
priced between ,000 and ,000

04: Volkswagen All-Electric
priced between ,000 to ,000

05: Ford All-Electric
starts at ,000

06: 2018 Nissan Leaf, latest All-Electric
starts at ,000

07: Chevrolet Chevy Bolt
starts at ,500
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20 thoughts on “7 All-Electric Cars You Can Afford to Buy Coming by 2020”

  1. There is a notable decreasing tendency in all-electric car prices from $95,000 to $35,000 on average with the same range and performance, thus, making it comparative affordable, not cheap but affordable enough, for average US citizen (with the median salary of $55,000) 😎

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  2. BTW, these cars are NOT electric powered.. they are COAL, GAS, HYDRO DAM and NUCLEAR powered… where do you think the electricity you use to charge their batteries come from??  I think most of you modern humans are true PINHEADS…

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  3. which one would I like to buy??  I wouldn't drive one if it was given to me for free… as a person who has lived 'off grid for many years I know how crappy battery power is,  how long they take to charge, how much energy is wasted charging them and how quickly they die… these are not practical, they are toys..

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  4. Tesla partly because it is the only company that offers a nationwide DC fast charging network for rapid charging for cross country trips

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  5. New Nissan leaf 2018 is very nice, and won't have the same production, back order, 'hype' as the Tesla. Although the model 3 is (obviously) more desirable.

    Anyway, in ~3 years time battery advances will make all <250mi electric cars look very impractical (particularly for commuting)

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