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Electric vehicles (EVs) are an extraordinarily popular choice for new vehicle purchase. Whether you’re looking for an eco-friendly option that reduces emissions, or simply want the convenience of charging up at home, an EV can hit the mark in a variety of ways. What if you want all the benefits of an EV at a price tag that doesn’t break the bank? Check out these affordable EV options!  

Most Affordable EVs

2022 Ford F-150 Lightning

When you think EV, you often think of a compact vehicle or crossover, but if you need an EV that’s rugged and full of utility, look no further than the F-150 Lightning. This truck has it all, including EPA-estimated range of 320 miles, available towing capacity of up to 10,000 pounds and the ability to use the truck as backup power for your house for up to three days.
Starting MSRP: $39,947 

2022 Hyundai Kona Electric SEL

Hyundai’s goal is to be carbon neutral by 2045, and their all-electric Kona will help them get there. The 2022 Kona delivers an EPA-estimated 258 miles of range with zero emissions on a single charge. Hyundai is also including 250 kilowatt-hours of DC fast charging over three years through Electrify America with a new vehicle purchase. Score that free charging!
Starting MSRP: $34,000 

2022 Kia Niro EV EX

The Kia Niro EV is a solid choice. It’s the winner of the #1 spot for EV ownership satisfaction in the J.D. Power Electric Vehicle Ownership Study, and Kia is also the #1 Brand in the 2022 Vehicle Dependability Study. Owners will get EPA-estimated 239 miles of range per charge and plenty of get-up-and-go with push-button sport mode.
Starting MSRP: $39,990 

2023 MINI Cooper Electric SE Signature

Super cute. Super stylish. This hatch is where it’s at. The 2023 MINI Electric has a fresh design and is full of the tech features you want and the performance you need. You’ll get an EPA-estimated range of 114 miles with a full charge, and more standard features than ever before.
Starting MSRP: $33,900 

2022 Nissan Leaf®

The most affordable EV on the list! The Nissan Leaf won Kelley Blue Book’s 5-year Cost to Own Award for the fifth year in a row. The low center of gravity of the Leaf’s design makes it fun to drive, which is only accentuated by the e-Pedal, which is one pedal to drive and slow down (there is still a brake pedal if you need it). Owners can expect an EPA-estimated 226 miles in range.
Starting MSRP: $27,400 

An EV You Can Afford

There are plenty of EVs that are affordable and offer the mileage range, technology features and performance you want. Don’t forget about the tax incentives for EV purchase in California, which could potentially make these starting MSRPs even lower. Plus, you’ll likely save money on gas by charging your vehicle at home or at a charging station. Check out the Electric Vehicle Savings Calculator to compare your specific gas vs. electric charging costs.    

Find an EV that fits your budget

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