By Jeff J. ZillgittA lot of people are buying electric cars because they want to save money on their gas bills, but for some people the cost is even more pressing.
And they want a car that is safe and reliable.
The electric car industry has seen a massive growth in recent years.
It has made the leap from a niche product to a mainstream product, with electric vehicles accounting for nearly half of the market by 2020, according to Edmunds.
In 2017, the industry accounted for $2.4 trillion in sales.
But how do electric cars compare to gas-powered vehicles?
Edmunds calculates how much you’ll pay for a Tesla Model S and its gas-based counterpart, the Tesla Model X, by taking into account a range of features, such as range, range-to-charging, and range-per-charge.
Here are some of the key numbers:The most important thing to know is that the Tesla is much more expensive than the average gas-guzzling electric vehicle, especially if you buy one in a year.
That’s because the Model S is a lot more expensive to buy than a Tesla in the year it was released.
In 2017, a Tesla XS cost about $30,000, or about $4,300 more than the Model X. The average electric vehicle in 2017 was about $21,500, or $1,200 more.
The price of a Tesla varies from state to state.
In the United States, the cheapest electric vehicle is the Tesla S. It’s available in select states in the Northeast and the Midwest, and it’s available for the price of the average Tesla Model 3.
The cheapest electric car in the United Kingdom is the Model E, priced at £36,000 ($60,000).
The cheapest electric vehicles in the world are the Tesla Roadster and Tesla X, priced between $20,000 and $35,000.
The cost of the Tesla X depends on how many miles you get from the charger, as well as how long it takes to charge the battery.
The cheaper your Tesla, the more miles you can get.
For example, a Model S battery that’s only charged for about three hours could get you about 3,000 miles on a single charge.
The battery cost varies by model, but you’ll get about $3,500 more on the cheapest Tesla in 2017.
In a typical year, the average person gets about 5,000 electric miles on their electric car.
For the Tesla, that figure would be closer to 12,000 per year.
But if you drive every day for the year, you’d get about 17,000 more miles than you would on a typical car.
In order to compare the cost of a gas-burning electric vehicle to an electric car of the same capacity, Edmunds also compares the cost by comparing the EPA’s fuel economy ratings.
The ratings are based on how much gas you burn in a typical trip, and they are more precise than the EPA ratings for electric cars.
For a car like the Tesla that can drive 200 miles a day, an EPA rating of 20 mpg or lower is considered the best rating.
For example, if the average electric car’s EPA rating is 24 mpg, the Model 3 can run 25 miles a single trip.
The Model S, on the other hand, can only run about 18 miles a trip.
So how do the numbers stack up against each other?
You’ll get the best value when you buy an electric vehicle because the EPA-rated price of an electric model is lower than the price that the average car will cost.
You can buy a Tesla at the EPA price, or you can buy an EV at a Tesla dealer.
Edmunds shows the price you’ll end up paying for the Model SE, a cheaper electric car that has a much lower EPA rating.
The average car that you buy in 2017 will cost you $17,890 ($25,100) on average.
You’d save $9,600 ($25.00) by buying an EV instead.
The Model S’s EPA ratings, which are based solely on the number of miles it can drive in a day and its EPA rating, are the best available.
The only car that can do that well, the EPA says, is the Nissan Leaf.
In fact, the Leaf is the only electric car with an EPA ratings rating of 21 mpg.
The Tesla, on its own, can go about 26 miles per charge.
The cheapest EV, the Nissan LEAF, is rated at 19 mpg for its battery, but it has a price tag of $28,400 ($35,800).
The average EV costs $31,100 ($35.60) to buy and run.
The EPA ratings can be a bit deceiving when you compare them to the Tesla’s.
Because the EPA rating for an EV is based on miles driven, the higher the rating, the better the