Electric Vehicles

Electric Vehicles use a battery to store the electric energy that powers the motor. EV batteries are charged by plugging the vehicle in to an electric power source. All-electric vehicles run on electricity only.

Model

eTron

Year

2019

Drive

AWD

Battery

95 kWh

Range

204 mi.

MSRP

$74,800

Model

i3

Year

2020

Drive

RWD

Battery

42 kWh

Range

153 mi.

MSRP

$44,450

Model

Bolt

Year

2020

Drive

FWD

Battery

66 kWh

Range

259 mi.

MSRP

$36,620

Model

500e

Year

2020

Drive

FWD

Battery

42 kWh

Range

199 mi.

MSRP

$37,900

Model

Mustang Mach E

Year

2020

Drive

RWD

Battery

75.7 kWh

Range

230 mi.

MSRP

$43,895

Model

Ioniq

Year

2020

Drive

FWD

Battery

 38.3 kWh

Range

170 mi.

MSRP

$33,045

Model

Kona

Year

2020

Drive

FWD

Battery

 64 kWh

Range

258 mi.

MSRP

$36,990

Model

I-Pace

Year

2020

Drive

Battery

  90 kWh

Range

234 mi.

MSRP

$69,850

Model

Niro

Year

2019

Drive

AWD

Battery

  64 kWh

Range

239 mi.

MSRP

$38,500

Model

Mini Cooper

Year

2020

Drive

FWD

Battery

  32.6 kWh

Range

110 mi.

MSRP

$29,900

Model

LEAF

Year

2020

Drive

FWD

Battery

 40 kWh

Range

149 mi.

MSRP

$31,600

Model

Taycan

Year

2020

Drive

AWD

Battery

 93 kWh

Range

201 mi.

MSRP

$150,900

Model

3

Year

2020

Drive

AWD

Battery

 55 kWh

Range

250 mi.

MSRP

$39,990

Model

S - LR

Year

2020

Drive

AWD

Battery

 100 kWh

Range

373 mi.

MSRP

$78,990

Model

X - LR

Year

2020

Drive

AWD

Battery

 100 kWh

Range

328 mi.

MSRP

$84,990

Model

Y

Year

2020

Drive

AWD

Battery

  75 kWh

Range

315 mi.

MSRP

$60,990

Model

e-Golf

Year

2019

Drive

FWD

Battery

35.8 kWh

Range

125 mi.

MSRP

$31,895

Model

XC-40

Year

2020

Drive

AWD

Battery

78 kWh

Range

248 mi.

MSRP

$55,500




Electric Vehicle Charging

Level 1 – This provides approx. 2-5 miles of driving range per hour of charging. You can charge your vehicle by plugging it into a regular 120 Volt outlet. This is called Level 1 charging and is the slowest speed of charging, but ensures that no matter where you are, you can always recharge. Most, if not all, plug-in vehicles come equipped with a cord to allow this type of charging. Level 1 will fully recharge most plugin hybrids over night.

Level 2 – These chargers supply current at 240 V (or 208 V) and provide 10-30 miles of range per hour of charging. Most electric cars and charging stations sold in North America use the same plug standard. Tesla charging stations, however, use a different plug type that cannot be used by other manufacturers’ vehicles. Tesla provides an adapter that allows its vehicles to use both Tesla and standard Level 2 charging stations.

Fast Charging – Also called DC fast charging or DC quick charging, is the fastest kind of charging and allows for approx. 50 or more miles of range to be provided to the battery in only 20 minutes. Not all vehicles can accept fast charging, nor do all vehicles use the same type of plug for DC fast charging.