Best Electric Cars and SUVs to buy in 2021

Best Electric Cars and SUVs to buy in 2021

What to look at when buying an EV? Range, Efficiency, Electric Motors, or Price? Electric vehicles are new and soon they will take over the market which means developing an understanding of EVs will make car shopping easier in the long run. Every Automaker has drawn the plans of introducing Electric Vehicles in coming years with high-end technology.

The introduction of EVs will change the market dramatically as their cost will affect the purchasing power. There are numerous EVs in the production by Automakers making their way in the US sooner or later with zero emissions, and extended range. 

Here are some 2021 top EV picks based on their MPG ratings

Audi E-Tron Sportsback

The more advanced, sleek, and sharp two-row luxury electric SUV is quick and efficient. E-Tron covers a range of 0-60mph in just 5.1 seconds and delivers an output of 402hp with 86.5 kWh of lithium-ion battery. Audi covers 222 miles with a single charge and offers a towing capacity of 4000 pounds.

  • EPA: 76 mpg city,  78 highway, and 77  combined
  • Range: 218 miles
  • MSRP: $66,990

BMW i3

BMW i3 is a luxury electric vehicle with cool aesthetics and distinctive styling with an eccentric rear door. BMW i3 has major rivals Kia Niro EV, Chevy Bolt EV, Tesla Model 3, and Hyundai Kona. It comes with the 33.2 kWh lithium-ion battery that makes 184 horsepower with rear-wheel-drive and covers a range of 0-60mph in 6.6 seconds. Experience the fastest range of vehicles at BMW of San Francisco.

  • EPA: 124 mpg city, 102 mpg highway, 113 mpg combined
  • Range: 153 miles
  • MSRP: $45,440

Chevrolet Bolt EV

Chevy Bolt has been dominating the market since 2016 and with an extended range at affordable prices available at Crews Chevrolet. The hot hatchback received enormous love from Americans and comes with a lithium-ion battery and  60.0 kW hours and delivers an extended range of 21 miles. 

  • EPA: 127 mpg city, 108 mpg highway, 118 combined
  • Range: 259 miles
  • Base Price: $37,495

Hyundai Kona Electric

The compact crossover is one of the most competitive and powerful EVs in the market. Kona has refined driving dynamics and extended range with a warranty. It features a spacious interior with distinctive styling and enough cargo space and with a single charge it covers a range of 258 miles. Kona comes equipped with the 64.0kwh of a battery pack that generates 201 hp with front-wheel drive and went 0-60mph in 6.4 seconds.

  • EPA: 132 mpg city, 108 mpg highway, and 120 mpg combined
  • Range: 258 miles.
  • MSRP: $38,000

Kia Niro EV

Kia Niro EV has recently come into the market and with its utmost style, price, range, and performance at Briggs Kia. The four-door crossover shares the platform with Hyundai Kona Electric. Niro has sporty aesthetics and is fun to drive with a series of active safety features. The intuitive infotainment system, knobs, and control buttons make drive more fun and exciting.

  • EPA: 122 mpg city, 102 mpg highway, and 112 mpg combined
  • Range: 239 miles
  • MSRP: $ 39,000

Ford Mustang Mach-E

Ford Mustang Mach-E runs fast on road with a supercharged V8 engine that makes 760 horsepower and 0-60 mph in just 5.1 seconds. The pony car runs faster on the track and has a 15.5-inch touchscreen with a standard Apple Car Play, Android Auto, and audio system. The best-selling luxury EV at Klein Ford is a treat to the eyes.

  • EPA: 105 mpg city, 93 mpg highway, and 100 mpg combine
  • Range: 300 miles
  • MSRP: $43,990

Jaguar I-Pace

The first luxury electric car by Jaguar is remarkably powerful and features three different trims S, SE, and HSE. I-pace has a heavy 90.0-kWh of lithium-ion battery pumps out 394 horsepower and 512 pounds of torque with standard all-wheel drive and 234 miles of range and covers 0-60 mile in 0.5 seconds which makes it the quickest EV in the market.

  • EPA:  80 mpg city, 72 mpg highway, and 76 mpg combined.
  • Range: 234 miles
  • MSRP: $70,000