15 Cheapest EV Cars on the Market in 2024

Electric vehicles have begun to dominate the automobile industry, captivating buyers with zero emissions, advanced technology, sleek designs, and top-notch performance. However, these expensive cars make it challenging for people to fulfill their dream of owning EVs. But there are some affordable EVs in the market that can make your dream a reality, and here are 15 such EVs:

Nissan Leaf

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After discontinuing the Chevrolet Bolt EV & EUV, the Nissan Leaf has topped the list of most affordable electric vehicles in 2024. Prices start at $29,235. This will get you a 40kWh battery pack and a front-mounted electric motor that generates 110 kWh or 147 horsepower. It is estimated to give a range of 147 miles on a full charge. While it doesn’t use the CCS1 charger, which is being used on almost every EV in the USA except Tesla, it uses a slightly older CHAdeMO connector.

Mini Cooper SE Hardtop

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The Mini is stylish, comfortable, and affordable at $31,895. It has a single motor and 32.6 kWh high-voltage battery pack, which generates 181 horsepower. It can be charged by a DC fast charger at up to 50 kW and gives a good range of 114 miles. Before buying it, remember that official statements say it will soon be off the market, and the production of newer models will be limited.

Hyundai Kona Electric

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At $34,010, the new Kona SE looks like a space buggy with spacious styling and a fun design. It features a 133-hp electric motor paired with a 48.6 kWh battery in the standard models. It includes V2L charging and can be done at up to 100kW, making it go from 10 to 80% within 45 minutes. It can drive up to 200 miles on a single charge, while the higher models can go up to 261 miles.

Fiat 500e

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This EV is priced at a starting price of $34,095. It carries a 75% larger battery, i.e., 42 kWh, leading to an almost double range of 149 miles on a single full charge. If charged from an 85kW DC Stall, it can go from 0 to 80% in 35 minutes. If an AC charger is used, it will take 4 hours and 15 minutes. It can produce 117 horsepower and 162 lb-ft of torque. With the hopes of enhanced engines and fewer previous issues, the Fiat 500e is expected to hit the roads in a few months.

Chevrolet Equinox EV

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With a sci-fi and techy look, Equinox will be available at a starting price of $34,995 in the middle of 2024. Though the specifications aren’t confirmed, it’s expected to get charged at up to 150 kW from a usual DC charger and 11.5 kW from a Level 2 charger. The top 3RS is expected to provide a more powerful 19.2kW AC charger. Its EPA estimate has a range of 319 miles. It generates 288 horsepower and can go from 0 to 60 mph in 5.9 seconds.

Volvo EX30

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The cheapest Volvo car, the EX30, has been electrified and will debut later this year. It will be priced at $36,245. Owing to a heavy 69 kWh battery that can accept power up to 153 kW when hooked up with a DC fast charger, it can reach a full range of 275 miles on a single charge. The onboard AC charger can make it go up to 90% from 10% in 8 hours.

Fisker Ocean

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Like Volvo’s EX30, this is the most affordable crossover of Fisker Ocean, hitting the market at a price of $38,999. It is backed up by a lithium-ion-phosphate battery pack, which gives it an estimated range of 231 miles. However, charging speed and capacities have yet to be announced by the manufacturers. Its front electric motor is capable of producing 275 horsepower. 

Volkswagen ID.4

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This Volkswagen model is priced at $40,290 and is a direct competitor to Tesla’s Model Y.  While it offers less range, it’s also much cheaper. The range is about 201 miles. Its standard version has a 201 HP electric motor and a 62 kWh battery pack. It provides customers a 12-inch central touch screen, heated front seats, dual-zone automatic climate change, and adaptive cruise control options.

Tesla Model 3

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With quick acceleration, long-range, and fast charging, the Tesla Model 3 is priced at $40,380. This model, which is yet to be launched, is expected to range 273 miles on a single full charge. Tesla is among the most preferred electric vehicle companies due to its nationwide charging infrastructure. Its powered train will give 510 horsepower with a top speed of 163 miles. It can go from 0 to 60 mph in just 2.9 seconds. It’s no surprise that people have already started ordering it.

Kia Niro EV

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The Nero EV is a second-generation EV offering more range than the previous one. At $40,975, it provides some cool features and delivers solid performance. Its 64.8 kWh battery pack, paired with a front-mounted electric motor, produces 201 hp and 188 lb-ft of torque. It can travel up to 253 miles of range on a single charge. While the DC charger stall can accept up to 85 kW, the on-board AC charger can take up to 80 kW.

Ford Mustang Mach E

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With a starting MSRP of as low as $41,890, this EV from Ford is expected to fly off shelves. It carries a distinctive and muscular design and is expected to deliver 110 MPGe in the cities and 96 MPGe on the highways. Mach E can sprint to 60 mph from 0 in just 3.5 seconds. Its base model produces 266 horsepower with an astonishing rate of 650 lb-ft of torque. Its electric range is between 250 to 310 miles, but it’s considered low compared to Tesla Model Y.

Hyundai IQNIQ 5

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This model can be yours for a starting price of $43,175. It’s estimated to deliver 98 MPGe on the highways and 132 MPGe in the cities. It offers customers a range of up to 303 miles and boasts 601 horsepower. It can boast a DC Charger accepting 350 kW. In terms of performance, Hyundai has claimed good levels of driveability.

Kia EV6

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With a dark, sporty, and minimalist aesthetic, it costs $43,975. Its captivating looks aren’t just limited to the car’s exterior, and its luxurious interior proves it. It is estimated to deliver 106 MPGe in the cities and 86 MPGe on the highways. It produces 576 horsepower, providing a world-class performance at a lower cost than its rivals. It’s expected to range up to 310 miles. It has super quick charging features. 

Toyota bZ4X

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With roomy cabins and a unique front shape, the Toyota bZ4X is priced at $44,420. In this variant, slight changes have been made, making it better. A standard portable cord and a faster on-board charger for 120 and 240 volts have been added. Its electric driving range goes up to 252 miles. 

Subaru Solterra

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Good for light off-roading, Subaru Solterra has been priced at $46,340. It is estimated that 111 MPGe is used while driving in the cities, and 93 MPGe is used while driving on the highways. With roomy cabins, spacious cargo, and a rating of 228 miles of driving range, it’s worth a look for those wanting an adventurous weekend. 

15 Most Reliable Cars Ever Made — Why They Never Quit

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Some claim that the dependability of autos has decreased. Modern cars have a shorter lifespan than some cars manufactured between the 1970s and the 1990s, but some new and used cars today are good enough to last for at least ten years and up to 500,000 miles. When these vehicles break down, most problems are relatively simple, and many don’t have serious difficulties. Here are 15 of the most reliable cars ever made:

15 Most Reliable Cars Ever Made — Why They Never Quit

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