FourFourtwo asks: Which electric cars are the best in terms of value?
If you’re looking to buy a new electric car and are not sure which one is the right one for you, we’ve put together our list of the best electric car for the money.
The question is, which one do you buy?
Read on for our top picks for 2018.
The best electric cars for the price The four best electric vehicles to buy for 2018 are: the Tesla Model 3 , the Nissan Leaf , the Mitsubishi i-MiEV , and the Volkswagen Passat.
All of these cars are great value for money if you’re a fan of EVs and you want to keep the best features of a diesel engine.
However, there are some major differences between these four cars.
The Tesla Model S and the Nissan Qashqai are both powered by a 3.5-liter turbocharged diesel engine with a range of over 200 miles, while the Mitsubsishi iMiEV has a 4.5L turbocharged petrol engine with just over 200 mile range.
The Nissan QX70 is powered by an 8.0-liter twin-turbo V6 engine, which produces 380 horsepower and 350 lb-ft of torque.
But the most important difference between these cars is their price tags.
The Mitsubishis QX 70 starts at £26,600, while a Model 3 starts at around £42,400.
If you buy a Mitsubusi iMiev for $36,000 and then pay £14,000 for a new Nissan Leaf for £28,000, you’ve saved £5,000.
The Volkswagen Passats price tag is slightly higher at £33,200, but its more affordable than the other four electric cars.
If you want a luxury electric car that has all of the latest features, but you want the best price tag, the Tesla Qash qX70 has a price tag of £52,900, while that same car starts at $59,900.
The Model 3 costs £32,100, while its pricier than the Mitsubi iMiiv, but it has a lower range than the Nissan Passats.
The VW Passats is powered in-house, so its range is a lot higher.
However, if you want something that offers the best range, and the best prices, then the Nissan Mitsubis Qash QX60 comes in at £48,900 for a car that’s actually only around 30 miles per charge.
Its a lot cheaper than the VW Passat, but at £36,800 it’s still cheaper than a lot of the other electric cars in the range.
We think that the MitsUBis Qx60 is the cheapest car in the best-value category.
It’s a great value if you have a lot to do, but don’t want to spend too much money on a luxury vehicle.
This is a fantastic choice if you are looking for a long-range electric vehicle that’s also good value for your money.
There are many options available for these cars that range from around £27,500 for the Mitsumis Q1 to £56,500 (€70,000) for the Q2.
The only downside is that the battery pack is a bit bigger than you’d expect, so it’s less reliable.
However you choose to drive it, the Mitsus QX 60 is a very well-rounded electric car with all the best characteristics.
Tesla’s electric car: The Model S The Tesla Model X The Mitsubitsiy iMi EV The Volkswagen Passatus The BMW i3 The Nissan Leaf The Renault Zoe The VW Passatu The Audi Q7 The Citroën Avant The Chevrolet Volt The Ford Focus Electric The Toyota Prius The Honda Fit EV The Nissan Leaf EV The Acura RDX The Range Rover Evoque The Jaguar F-Type EV This car comes standard with a 5-speed manual transmission, a 7.0L V6 turbocharged engine, and a rear-wheel drive system that comes standard on the new Leaf and the Passats, but we recommend getting a manual transmission.
You can choose between an automatic transmission or a CVT-equipped version, depending on your needs.
All of the EVs on our list are electric cars that are designed to be fully autonomous, and all of them have a range that can be reached on demand by the driver, as long as you don’t park the car in a lot.
The electric cars on this list are great for the average commuter, but they can be a little tricky to get started with if you don: want to learn to drive in the city, but aren’t quite sure what to expect; or if you’ve got a car you want and want to know how it works.