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10 Electric Cars You Should Consider For Your Next Vehicle

Electric is the new motor trend overtaking the current market, making it an ideal option for your next vehicle. They not only help in saving the environment by reducing emissions and our use of nonrenewable resources, but they also save you money as you no longer have a need to pay for gas.

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There are several new electric cars hitting the market in 2019, giving consumers plenty of options to look into before you head to the dealership. They range in price from affordable to luxury, but they all run on rechargeable batteries. Keep reading to learn about ten new 2019 electric cars you should consider purchasing for your next vehicle!

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10 Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf starts at $29,990 and ranges from 150 to 226 miles on one charge depending on the type of battery. The car has an eco-mode and B-mode, which can extend the vehicle's range and "supercharge" the battery. It uses something called E-Pedal technology which transforms your gas pedal into a brake pedal as well. Both pedals are still available, but releasing your foot off of the gas will automatically slow the car and apply the brakes. This car even connects to an app on your phone, giving you the ability to lock or unlock it even without a key.

9 Tesla Model S

The Tesla Model S starts at $68,750, but the features they give you explain its expensive price tag. It can achieve between 285 miles to 315 miles depending on the package you choose, and its top speed maxes out at 163 mph. It also contains an autopilot feature and an app which can deliver your car to you from a parking lot or other nearby location. It comes fully equipped with a massive touchscreen and should be at the top of most eco-friendly consumer's buying lists.

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8 Chevrolet Bolt EV

The Chevrolet Bolt EV starts at $36,280 and has a range of 238 miles. It has a teen driver option to encourage better driving habits by limiting features and providing report cards after each drive. It comes in a variety of colors including green mist, shock, and kinetic blue. It has a tablet display in the console to control your vehicle and monitor your energy usage. You can also add rear-view cameras as well as surround vision to assist you in parking or when traveling in heavily congested areas.

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7 BMW i3

The BMW i3 is fully charged in under six hours and has a range of 153 miles. It is made of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastic (CFRP), which is a lightweight yet strong material. They also use natural materials, like eucalyptus wood, to further enhance the environmental aspect of the vehicle. They start at $44,950 and have automatic dimming mirrors to help save your eyes from the sun. This vehicle is great for families and would be the perfect addition to your prospective vehicle shopping list.

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6 Kia Soul EV

The Kia Soul EV starts at $33,950 and has a range of 111 miles. It was made with environmentally friendly materials by using a biofabric as well as the added benefit of instant torque. The car connects to the UVO eco app which can allow you to set specific times for your car to charge as well as set the temperature of your car from the comfort of your home. The app also provides you with the ability to unlock your doors and monitor your driving habits.

5 Jaguar I-Pace

The Jaguar I-Pace is a luxury vehicle and the $69,500 proves it. It has a range of up to 234 miles and provides instant torque to the driver, allowing it to hit 60 mph in just 4.5 seconds. It also has 4G wifi capability and a heads up display to keep your eyes on the road. You even have the option of obtaining an activity key, which is a waterproof watch that can unlock your car, giving you the freedom to do outdoor activities without fearing the loss of your ride home.

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4 Volkswagon e-Golf

The Volkswagon e-Golf starts at $31,895 and offers a range of 126 miles. It has an automatic collision braking system to stop your car after it has been in an accident and prevent further damage. It also automatically activates the hazards, unlocks doors, and deactivates the car in case of an accident.

The e-Golf has features like park assist and lane assist to help you navigate the roadways more easily. The car has its own app called VW Car-net which has features like alerting you when you leave the sun-roof open or leave your car door open. Overall, this car would be a great purchase for its affordability and added benefits which help you become a better driver.

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3 Fiat 500e

The Fiat 500e is a two-door compact car with a starting price of $33,210. It can travel up to 121 miles, and it is stylish with its aluminum wheels and leatherette seats. One of the coolest features is the charge indicator on the dash, which indicates how much battery you have left based on the number of lights it currently has on. It also has a feature called Hill Start Assist which gives you a boost when starting out on an incline. This car is perfect for those generally driving within their city limits, as it provides an environmentally friendly luxury vehicle for you to travel in.

2 Hyundai Kona EV

The Hyundai Kona has a starting price of $36,950 and a range of 258 miles all in the form of an electric SUV. This car is unique because they actually offer a lifetime warranty on the battery, which can be a very expensive part to replace. It has 45.8 cubic feet of cargo space, as well as three years of the Standard Blue Link app for free. The car also has a feature called Driver Attention Warning which tracks your driving patterns and alerts you when you begin to become fatigued or inattentive of your surroundings.

1 Hyundai Ioniq Electric

The range of this vehicle is only 124 miles, but it has a budget-friendly price tag of $30,315. It offers wireless charging for your phone so you don't have to fiddle with it while you drive and it again has the offer for the Standard Blue Link app. It includes a small touchscreen interface to control your music as well as check the status of your driving. The cruise control is also next-generation with its ability to match the speed of the car ahead of it, even if the other car happens to slow down during the ride.

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