Top Electric Vehicle Options to Buy This 2021
Electric vehicles or EVs are getting more popular in the UK. With the government offering assistance with their purchase and providing tax relief for zero carbon emission cars, many individuals are more open to purchasing an electric car over its fuel-run counterpart. Plus, there are now more charging stations that make it more convenient to recharge when needed. If looking to buy an EV, here are some of the top options to consider.
This hatchback boasts of its superior comfort and advanced technology. It’s touch-sensitive, and you can control everything on a screen, making it more convenient to use. When it comes to aesthetics, it doesn’t disappoint with its sleek look. Moreover, it operates without noise, making the ride a relaxing one. There are two versions available, which are the 58kWh and 77kWh variants. The latter will only require recharge after running 336 miles, while the former needs recharge after covering 263 miles.
If you are into a small car in the more affordable range, Renault Zoe is one of the top choices. Its presentable appearance is another advantage. Although small, it is a powerful car, and it lets you cover more mileage before needing a recharge. This vehicle has a 52kWh battery that provides up to 245 mileage before it runs out of power. Its charging speed is also impressive as it can reach up to 80% within only a little over an hour. If you run out of power, you can charge at a charging station and don’t have to wait for a long time to get back on the road. As with other cars, you may also experience lockout problems with these EVs. Whether you have lost car keys or left them inside the vehicle, a professional locksmith can help open your electric vehicle. This is regardless of whether you have a Renault Zoe or any other model or brand of an electric car.
Hyundai Ioniq 5
This EV can compete with other high-end electric car models with its powerful performance and fast charging speed. You can choose from two battery choices: the 58kWh which can run up to 238 miles, and 73kWh which can cover 280 miles. It’s also comfortable, making it ideal for a long drive. Its touchscreen infotainment feature even makes the playing of audio and video throughout the drive smoother and more convenient.
It’s a stylish and small car that lets you easily move through the traffic. Like the other EVs on the list, it also comes with touchscreen infotainment, so you will not feel bored on a long drive. The battery options include the 24kWh, also known as the City Range, that can cover 115 miles in one charge. There’s also the 42kWh or Long Range variant that can cover up to 199 miles in a single charging. It has a rear view camera as well as parking sensors, which offer added safety and security.
If you are looking to buy an electric vehicle, consider the cars above for your options. Also, be sure to check if you qualify for government assistance to save on your purchase.
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