9. Ford Focus Electric
- Starting price: $29,120
While the previous generations of the Ford Focus Electric were often criticized of their limited range, the latest model is finally competitive with other fully electric cars on the market, featuring 118 miles of rated range. The exterior is mostly the same, and so is the limited boot space.
The main strong points of this EV are its fun and responsive handling and a high-quality interior packed with amenities. Standard features include enhanced voice recognition communications and entertainment system with an 8″ LCD capacitive touchscreen in the center stack, push-button start, dome lamps, leather-wrapped steering wheel, illuminated vanity mirrors, remote start, two configurable 4.2″ color displays, and much more.
8. Volkswagen e-Golf
- Starting price: $28,995
Apart from being propelled only by an electric motor, the next best thing about the e-Golf is the fact that it drives like a Golf. On a single charge, you can expect to get up to 80 miles, which should be enough for most people’s daily commutes. You can charge the e-Golf either at home with an available Bosch home kit or at any public charging station.