2017 Electric Vehicle Comparison Chart

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Base Models
Type
Price (MSRP Standard Model)
EPA Range (miles)†               
MPGe∗ 
Charging Time (hours)‡
Seats

Audi A3 e-tron 

Plug-In Hybrid $38,900 16/380 83 2 5

 BMW i3 

All Electric $42,400 114 114 3 4

 

BMW i8

Plug-In Hybrid $143,200 76/330 76 2.5 4

 

BMW 330e

Plug-In Hybrid $44,100 15/350 71 2.5 5

BMW x5 xDrive40e

Plug-In Hybrid $63,200 14/540 56 2.5 7

 

BMW 740e xDrive

Plug-In Hybrid $90,700 14/340 64 2.5 5

Cadillac CT6 2.0

Plug-In Hybrid $75,095 30/400 65 4.5 5

 

Chevrolet Bolt 

Electric Vehicle $37,490 238 25 9 5

 

Chevrolet Volt

Plug-In Hybrid $34,095 53/420 106 5.5 5

 

Chrysler Pacifica PHEV

Plug-In Hybrid $41,995 33/556 84 2 7

 Fiat 500e

 All Electric $31,800 84 112 4 4

 

Ford Focus Electric

All Electric $29,120 115 107 5.5 5

 

Ford Fusion Energi

Plug-In Hybrid $31,120 21/610 97 2.5 5

 

Ford C-Max Energi SE

Plug-In Hybrid $27,120 20/570 95 2.5 5

 

Hyundai Sonata PHEV

Plug-In Hybrid $34,600 16/380 83 2.5 5

 

Kia Soul EV

All Electric $32,250 93 105 4-5 5

 

Kia Optima PHEV

Plug-In Hybrid $35,210 29/610 103 6-7 5

 

Mercedes-Benz B250e

All Electric $39,900 87 82 3.5 5

Mercedes-Benz GLE550e

Plug-In Hybrid $66,300 12/460 50 2 5

 

Mercedes-Benz S550e

Plug-In Hybrid $96,600 12/450 63 2 5

 

Mercedes-Benz C350e

Plug-In Hybrid $46,050 12/450 61 2 5

 

Mitsubishi i-MiEV

All Electric $22,995 59 112 6 4

 

Nissan Leaf

All Electric $30,680 107 112 6 5

 

Porsche Cayenne S-E Hybrid

Plug-In Hybrid $79,900 14/480 46 3 5

 

Porsche Panamera 4-E Hybrid

Plug-In Hybrid $96,600 16/560 51 3 4

 

Smart Fortwo Electric

All Electric $12,490 68 107 6 2

 

Tesla Model S

All Electric $68,000 210 104 6 7

 

Tesla Model X

All Electric $85,500 237 96 7.5 7

 

Toyota Prius Prime

Plug-In Hybrid $27,100 25/640 133 2 4

 

Volvo XC90T8

Plug-In Hybrid $67,800 14/350 96 2.5-3 7

 

About this Chart

We want to help Midwesterners cull through all the news and marketing to figure out which electric car models are available for purchase in the Midwest and how to compare prices, driving range and other information.

The chart above allows you to do side-by-side comparisons of the plug-in electric cars that are or will be available for purchase in the Midwest in 2017.

The chart features:

  • The standard or “base” model.
  • †The EPA-estimated average electric range of the battery. We provide EPA estimates measuring miles of range powered by the electric battery and the EPA estimated total range of battery and gas tank combined. Plug-in hybrids have shorter ranges and switch to gasoline after the electric battery range has been depleted.
  • ‡Level 2 Charge Time. The amount of time it takes to fully recharge a battery in an installed 240-volt outlet, like those used by clothes dryers. Click here to learn about types of chargers. 
  • The price (MSRP), without destination fee or federal/state tax credits. Each manufacturer or dealer may include different options, fees and credits in their listed price. We’ve created an apples-to-apples comparison that is the actual base price without additional fees added in or tax credits taken out.
  • *Miles Per Gallon estimated. Electric mileage of traditional combined hwy/city MPG.
  • The number of seats.
 

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