The Best All-Electric Cars to Buy in 2018

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2018 will be the year of electric cars. Some manufacturers will go nationwide in the U.S. with their EVs. For the first time there will be competitors for the Tesla Model X in the market..

Representing The Best All-Electric Cars You May Consider Buying in 2018.

01: 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV
Range-238 miles, Battery pack-60 kw/h, starting price $37,500-$2000 cash allowance.

02: The Second Generation Volkswagen e-Golf
Range-125 miles, Battery pack-36 kw/h, starting price $30,500

03: 2017 Renault Zoe
Range-186 miles, Z.E. 40 battery pack-43 kw/h, starting price $38,000 (Z.E. 40 battery included)

04: The Second Generation Nissan Leaf
Range-150 miles, Battery pack-40 kw/h, starting price $29,900

05: Tesla Model S
Available models: 75D-battery pack-75 kw/h, range-259 miles, price-$74,500; 100D- battery pack-100 kw/h, range-335 miles, price-$94,000; P100D-battery pack-100 kw/h, range-315 miles, 0-60 mph in 2.5 sec, price-$135,000.

06: Tesla Model X
Available models: 75D-battery pack-75 kw/h, range-237 miles, price-$85,500; 100D- battery pack-100 kw/h, range-295 miles, price-$102,000; P100D- battery pack-100 kw/h, range-289 miles, 0-60 mph in 2.9 sec, price-$140,000.

07: Jaguar I-Pace
Range-220+ miles, Battery pack-90 kw/h, 0-60 mph in 4 sec, price under $100,000

08: Audi E-tron Quattro
Range-250+ miles, Battery pack-95 kw/h, estimated price $80,000

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