8 Top Electric Vehicle For 2017

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Even with a large number of automotive details available online, many people still purchase new cars within only a few days of deciding to buy. Spending much money to buy this vehicle, you want it to outclassed. Mostly we thought that we have to spend a tremendous amount of money for just a time being in purchasing it, and there is no story of expense afterward. But purchasing a car is not just a thing; you have to deal with its fuel, and other things. According to research, about 143.37 billion gallons of gasoline consumed.

Are you thinking of buying a new car? Why not do something different this time? Why not kick off the fatigue of fuel and purchase an electric car? Although electric cars are more expensive than their regular counterparts, if we look into the big picture, it saves our money.

  • Chevrolet Bolt EV.

Chevrolet Bolt is an electric car for the mass market that General Motors says to go about 238 miles on a full charge from 60 k Wh battery. Not only this, but the battery alone also made up nearly 1000 pounds at 3850 pounds. It designs so that it doesn't struggle to put its instant torque down to the road, now worrying about the incentives? Well, mostly, it depends on where you live. You can expect to get at least $7,500 from the government. It is the best choice for fleets and surfers. The range is also suitable, starting from $37,495. This car has 17 cubic feet of trunk space and 56.6cu of space when you put the back seat down. It beats Nissan leaf (30 cu ft) and BMW i3 (38.8 cu ft). One of the best things is that one foot was driving. It means that activation of the vehicle's full regenerative braking power. That's awesome, and you don't have to use the brake when you take off your foot from the accelerator, and the car swiftly comes to a halt. You don't have to worry about the techniques because you don't require any specialized training for driving this car. The car has a diagonal touch screen of 10.12 inches, which you can efficiently operate and control the climate buttons. Chevrolet has also eliminated the headache to use public charging stations. Using a 240v system, the Bolt EV can get 25v miles per hour of charging. Its electric monitor generates 200 horsepower, which means plenty of juice is left to pass even on the freeway.
 

  • Ford Focus Electric.

Available at a very affordable price, Ford focuses electric is powered by 33.5kwh of Li-ion batteries with active liquid cooling and has an all-electric EPA certified range of 115 miles. A great car to drive, quick, and comfortable has carried over all the attributes from the petrol version, price range starting from $29,995. This battery-powered hatchback delivers the pleasure of driving, the whole system powered by a 23kWh lithium-ion battery fixed at the hatchback's trunk. It can utilize CSS DC fast charging to recharge at 50 kW, which can add over 75 in 30 minutes. It has unique wheels and badging. On the front left fender, there is a charging port in place of the fuel filler door. Even you can customize the view in the two 4.2 inch LCD instrument cluster screens to show the battery charge status, distance to the next charging station, and more. Not only this, but Focus Electric also drives the front wheel through a single-speed automatic transmission with the feature of 143- horsepower electric motor. It provides a smooth riding with its direct steering, which consists of five-way buttons. Also capable of displaying battery state of charge, estimated range, and charging point location. No gears need to shift. The electric motor produces 184 pound-feet of torque, which triggers the focus electric brisk acceleration from a full stop and immediate strangle response.

  • Nissan Leaf.

It's a five-door, five-seat hatchback which sits in the compact class. Nissan leaf is known as one of the most eco-friendly cars on earth, and it attracts eco-conscious drivers. One is small, and the other one is large, smaller one allows a theoretical range of 124 miles. On a single charge, its estimated range comes around 84 miles. A price range starting from $31.545, its exempt from road tax and congestion charge cost. It also features a rearview camera, Bluetooth connectivity a four-speaker audio system, USB and auxiliary ports, and a 4.3-inch display all on the base model. The cabinet isn't as upscale as rivals. Leaf module uses a 107 horsepower electric motor, which produces 187 pound-feet of torque, and in 30 minutes, it allows 80 percent charge.
 

  • Hyundai Ioniq.

Starting price of $22,200, this car has a robust frontal design rather than a grille, so it doesn't need an internal combustion engine. Its electric power is the least, but it is still the fastest with the capability of 218lb ft of torque from rest, and you don't need to pause to change the gear, which results in the 0-62mph time that squeaks under 10 seconds. The interior of the car is also smooth and supportive. Whatever information you need, you can put it into the digital instrument cluster and answer your queries. Comprising of three driving modes, eco, regular, and sport depends on the way you want to drive it. A wireless feature allows you to charge your phone. You can monitor your energy usage, can find charging stations, and can project your smartphone onto the screen. The power train of the Ioniq plug hybrid is the same as in Toyota Prius Eco, but it has a much powerful electric motor and large battery pack than Toyota Prius eco. Purchasing the Ionic is a sensible idea because it is cheaper to operate and efficient, too, to give nearly an extra mile per kWh.
 

  • Mitsubishi i-MiEV.

Mitsubishi is an average car that you can roll around your city. Mostly this car is preferred because of the low cost. iMiev has regenerative braking, which allows the car to travel farther in the city than it possibly could on the highway. Mitsubishi battery takes about seven hours to charge fully. The ride of iMieV is bouncy, too, as its batteries mounted below the rear seat. The current price starts at $23000. Mitsubishi's performance is not up to the mark, and it usually decelerates at low speed. You can expect a typical drive range of just 59 miles before running out of battery power with the slowest speed of 60mph.
 

  • BMW i3.

BMW i3 has kicked off the headache of battery-electric travel, weight, range, price, practicality, battery cost, and technology when compared with others. Although the Price of BMW is high, starting from $42,400, it matches its expectation. Compared to its first-generation model, it has increased to 40 percent and can run up to 114-mile range on a full charge. With a power of 125 kW and torque of 250Nm, this is the most comfortable car. Moreover, it's a featherweight car whose body shell is made entirely of carbon fiber, lighter than aluminum. Its smart navigation system suggests the optimal route to your destination using traffic volumes along with the charger level of the car's battery.

 

  • Volkswagen e-Golf.

What makes this car super cool is the T-shaped sunroof, which allows in more light, and due to this, the car's interior looks bigger. The 2017 e- Golf offers new and high technology features, including fully digital and interactive Volkswagen Digital cockpit and pedestrian monitoring. The battery charging is also fast as compare to the previous standard and can charge within 6 hours at a charging station and can run up to 124 miles on a charge. The electric motor delivers 134 horsepower, which lets you cover a long distance quickly. The excellent access to a maximum torque of 214lb-ft can respond when and where you need it. On the premium model of SEL, the DC fast charging is available, and on the SE base model, it is optional. The price range is also affordable starting from $29,815.
 

  • Fiat 500E.

If you want a good drive in a suitable budget, you need to take the ride of Fiat 500E, starting from $33,990.This cute tiny city car is excellent for you as long as you don't need to go anywhere else. It uses 83kW electric drive motor, which delivers 111 horsepower and 147 lb-ft of torque. It comes up with the standard six speakers, automatic climate control, and 15-inch cast-aluminum wheels. Its single-speed gearbox transmission directs the output from the electric motor and provides calibrated gear reduction.

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