15 Cheapest Electric Cars With More Autonomy You Can Buy Now – Part 2

If you look at the cars with the highest average autonomy currently on the market, there are no surprises. 

The nine electric cars with greater autonomy

Part 1

electric cars with greater autonomy

If you look at the cars with the highest average autonomy currently on the market, there are no surprises. Tesla continues to dominate in that field. The Tesla Model S 100D and its huge 100 kWh battery is the champion with up to 540 km. And we are not talking about the NEDC cycle, but about real autonomy. Not in vain, It is currently the electric car with the highest average autonomy in the world. It follows logically the Tesla Model X 100D. This does not reach on average 500 km due to its greater weight, greater frontal area, etc.

Tesla Model S 100D

The two Tesla models currently on sale are also among the most expensive in the market, exceeding 100,000 euros in both cases. In addition, without underestimating the feat of Tesla in the management and delivery of energy are also large cars and therefore can accommodate large batteries. It is not the case of the third model with more autonomy: the Renault ZOE ZE 40 and its 300 km of autonomy in real conditions of use.

Renault ZOE ZE 40

The Nissan Leaf, with a 40 kWh battery does not stay very far with up to 270 km of autonomy. And it is not much more expensive than the Renault ZOE (in case you have chosen to buy the batteries of the Renault). It is larger, measuring 4.49 m long (22 cm more than a Volkswagen e-Golf) and, above all, equipped as standard with Nissan’s semi-autonomous driving system, the ProPILOT, from the N-Connecta finish (from 34,850 euros).

Tesla Model S 100D 386 kW (518 hp) 100 kWh 540 km 110,030 euros
Tesla Model X 100D 386 kW (518 hp) 100 kWh 475 km 112,480 euros
Renault ZOE ZE 40 (R90) 68 kW (92 HP) 40 kWh 300 km 21,630 euros
Nissan Leaf 2018 110 kW (150 HP) 40 kWh 270 km 34,360 euros
Volkswagen e-Golf 100 kW (136 HP) 35.8 kWh 200 km 38,435 euros
Hyundai Ioniq Electric 88 kW (120 HP) 28 kWh 200 km 34,925 euros (24,225 euros)
BMW i3 94Ah 125 kW (170CV) 27.2 kWh 180 km 38,200 euros
Kia Soul EV 81.4 kW (111 HP) 27 kWh 150 km 33,550 euros (23,876 euros)
Citroën e-Méhari 50 kW (68 HP) 30 kWh 120 km 23,706 euros
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