7 Affordable All-Electric Cars Coming by 2020



Introducing 7 Affordable All Electric Cars from $25k to $40k.

There is a notable decreasing tendency in all-electric car prices from $95,000 to $35,000 on average with the same range and performance, thus, making it comparative affordable, not cheap but affordable enough, for average US citizen (with the median salary of $55,000)

01: Tesla Model 3
starts at $35,000

02: Tesla Model Y
starts at $40,000

03: Volvo All-Electric
priced between $35,000 and $40,000

04: Volkswagen All-Electric
priced between $30,000 to $35,000

05: Ford All-Electric
starts at $25,000

06: 2018 Nissan Leaf, latest All-Electric
starts at $31,000

07: Chevrolet Chevy Bolt
starts at $37,500

31 Replies to “7 Affordable All-Electric Cars Coming by 2020”

  1. Future Lab

    There is a notable decreasing tendency in all-electric car prices from $95,000 to $35,000 on average with the same range and performance, thus, making it comparative affordable, not cheap but affordable enough, for average US citizen (with the median salary of $55,000) ?

  2. Carter Mc

    Yeah…. Basic personal finance would tell you not to buy a car with total principal of more than half your salary.

    The lowest end of these vehicles is 35,000, but there are also fees, tax, and dealer markups putting it easily at 40,000. With a median salary of 55,000, this is not a good decion for more than half of the population.

    Also, when you consider the range of these vehicles, they seem to demand that you own two vehicles – one electric for commuting and one gas-powered for other traveling. Therefore, you can tag another 20,000 onto the price-tag, as that is what you will be paying on your two automobiles, bringing the total to 60,000, which actually exceeds one-year's total income.

    Therefore, to afford an electric car, you realistically need an annual income of 120,000, so that you can buy one electric car to do the majority of the driving – to work, etc. – and one gas-powered vehicle for long-distance driving. These are the facts.

  3. Peter P

    Only TESLA, and nothing else !!!!
    Most people don't realize how the rest car manufacturers are behind TESLA at least 7 years with their technology. They can't make the better car than TESLA, it's impossible for anyone to catch up !!! Sure, you can buy a cheaper EV than TESLA, but performance and battery range will be very weak in comparison to the TESLA.

  4. MsPokey1234

    Here's what I want for my FIRST Electric Car: BASIC Car ~ Charge on 110vac~ No Computers ~ Digital Read outs ~ 100<200 Mile range ~ $15,000 <$20,000 price. ( EX: VW on Beetle frame -) Do something like this and I will buy my FIRST ELECT CAR.

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