Top 3 Electric cars to buy in 2020

Top 3 Electric cars to buy in 2020

For those motorists who kin to save on expensive fuel prices, car insurance, tax costs and congestion charge payments Electric cars offer various advantages.

Renault ZOE

Fully-electric vehicles have grown at a rapid rate over the recent years and the Renault Zoe was the top choice for NEW car buyers last year. A double win for the French manufacturer as the Renault Zoe secured the Elite Car of the Year award and also picked up the prize for the best small electric car. 

These are the most reliable cars on the market as a 245-mile range and in-car technology couple together for the affordable price of just £25,000. The Renault ZOE has always been affordable but the true power of the new ZOE is that it has all the comforts, especially the range and equipment of a big electric car, in an affordable and compact package.  

Despite the 41kWh battery Renault claims 245-mile range do not expect to drive more than 180 miles in reality. It has the top speed of 83 mph.

Tesla Model 3

Notwithstanding the continuous arrival of new rivals, Tesla’s Model 3 remains the most popular in the UK.  It’s 74.0 kWh battery claims to achieve a fully-electric range of 348-miles. It can be bought for as much as £53,000. It offers all-wheel drive mode and Pre-Collision Safety System, Dual Front Side-Mounted Airbags as well as front And Rear Head Airbags. It also has stability control,  Traction Control, Tire Pressure Monitoring and many other useful features that make the driving experience unbeatable. 

Tesla Model 3 reaches 60 mph in 3.2 seconds and has a top speed of 162 mph. The autopilot functionality is coupled with an over the air software feature which can improve performance on the go.

Nissan LEAF

The Nissan LEAF is one of the best selling fully-electric models in the UK and can be purchased for the price of £26,000. It’s 40 kWh battery promises to feature a lengthy range of 168 miles with the top speed of over 93 mph or up to 239 miles if you opt for the E+ version. The Nissan LEAF brings 150PS of pure zero-emissions experience to daily city driving, where e-Pedal™ and ProPILOT makes traffic jams easier to coupe with.

The latest research indicates the used electric car market is on the way up as prices increase for some of the UK’s most popular EV models.  The motorists can snatch up a second-hand model for just over £23,000.

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