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Electric Car Range and Price Comparison 2024


INCLUDING the longest range electric car and the cheapest electric car with a 200 and a 300 mile range

The average range of EVs has come a long way in the past few years.

New EVs go for an average of almost 300 miles on one charge in the US. Some EVs can already travel more on one charge than some gas cars can travel on a tank of gas.

For the vast majority of people, the range of EVs is much more than enough for daily commutes. Electric car batteries also can last for hundreds of thousands of miles.

There are now over 40 EV models available in the US today - and that number keeps growing.

Use this easy to digest list of 2024 for EV range and price comparison.

We included the longest range EV available, plus the cheapest 200 mile range EV.


Electric Car Range Comparison List

Before purchasing or leasing an EV, you’ll want to know the maximum range (miles per full charge) of that make and model.

Average EV ranges are getting longer every year. 2024 brings even better and more long-range EV options.

Most of the range estimates listed here come from a trusted source - the EPA.

Ranges are based on a full charge and can be affected by the external environment, vehicle use, vehicle maintenance, battery age and state of health.


  • Some EVs have options for purchasing extended range. Be sure to check the range of the particular make and model you’re interested in.
  • Some numbers listed here are estimates or unofficial. Check the manufacturer's website for confirmation (linked for each vehicle) and view the EPA range ratings on all new EVs.
  • Prices may or may not include available incentives or tax breaks. Be sure to check what national and local EV incentives for which you may qualify.

Here are the EVs available in the US in 2024, compared by range and price:

Make and modelRangeBase Price (MSRP)Price Per Mile of RangeVehicle Type
Audi E-Tron GT249$106,500$428Sedan
Audi Q4 E-Tron SUV, Sportback258$58,200$226SUV
Audi Q8 e-tron285$74,400$261SUV
BMW i4276$52,200$189Sedan
BMW i5266$66,800$251Sedan
BMW i7321$105,700$329Sedan
BMW iX307$87,250$284SUV
Cadillac Lyriq314$58,590$187SUV
Chevrolet Blazer EV324$48,800$151SUV
Chevrolet Silverado EV440$79,800$181Pickup truck
Faraday Future FF 91381$309,000$811SUV
Fiat 500e149$32,500$218Hatchback
Fisker Ocean Extreme360$61,499$171SUV
Fisker Ocean Sport231$38,999$169SUV
Ford F-150 Lightning320$62,995$197Pickup truck
Ford Mustang Mach-E300$39,995$133SUV
Genesis Electrified G80282$74,375$264Sedan
Genesis GV60294$52,000$177SUV
Genesis Electrified GV70236$66,450$282SUV
GMC Hummer EV Pickup311$98,845$318Pickup truck
GMC Hummer EV SUV303$98,845$326SUV
Hyundai Ioniq 5303$41,800$138SUV
Hyundai Ioniq 6361$37,500$104Sedan
Hyundai Kona Electric261$32,675$125SUV
Jaguar I-Pace246$73,275$298SUV
Kia EV6310$43,975$142SUV
Kia EV9274$56,395$206SUV
Kia Niro Electric253$40,975$162SUV
Lucid Air Grand Touring516$109,900$213Sedan
Lucid Air Pure419$69,900$167Sedan
Lexus RZ245$55,150$225SUV
Mercedes EQB245$53,900$220SUV
Mercedes EQE298$76,050$255Sedan
Mercedes EQE SUV307$79,650$259SUV
Mercedes EQS350$104,400$298Sedan
Mercedes EQS SUV305$104,400$342SUV
Mini Cooper SE114$30,900$271Hatchback
Nissan Ariya304$39,590$130SUV
Nissan Leaf212$28,140$133Sedan
Polestar 2320$49,900$156Sedan
Porsche Taycan208$90,900$437Sedan
Porsche Taycan 4 Cross Turismo235$101,900$434Crossover
Porsche Macan Electric381$78,800$207Sedan
Porsche Taycan GTS Sport Turismo233$141,200$606Sedan
Rivian R1S352$84,000$239SUV
Rivian R1T352$79,000$224Pickup truck
Rolls-Royce Spectre291$422,750$1,453Coupe
Subaru Solterra227$44,995$198SUV
Tesla Cybertruck AWD340$76,390$225Pickup truck
Tesla Model 3 RWD272$38,990$143Sedan
Tesla Model 3 Long-Range AWD341$47,740$140Sedan
Tesla Model S AWD402$72,990$182Sedan
Tesla Model X AWD335$77,990$233Sedan
Tesla Model Y Long Range RWD330$44,990$136Sedan
Toyota bZ4X252$43,070$171SUV
Vinfast VF 8264$47,200$179SUV
VinFast VF9330$69,800$212SUV
Volkswagen ID 4291$39,735$137SUV
Volvo XC40 Recharge297$53,600$180SUV
Volvo C40 Recharge297$54,895$185SUV


You can also compare the price and range with Bloomberg’s interactive EV graphic.


Which Electric Vehicle Has The Longest Range In 2024

The longest range electric car is the 2024 Lucid Air Grand Touring sedan with a 516 mile range. While there are concerns Lucid Air will no longer be in production in the near future, the Chevrolet Silverado EV 4WT ranks second at 440 miles and Tesla's Model S ranks third with a 402 mile range and is one of the most popular EVs in the US.


The Cheapest Electric Car with a 200 Mile Range in 2024

The cheapest new EV with over a 200 mile range is the Nissan Leaf with a range of 212 miles and a list price of $28,140.

If you’re looking for a new car with a bit more range in the same price neighborhood, you could consider Hyundai Kona Electric which clocks in at a 261 mile range and a list price of $32,675.

The cheapest used EV with greater than a 200 mile range is the Chevy Bolt or Nissan Leaf. You should be able find a used Chevy Bolt or Nissan Leaf in your area for around $20,000. Search for inexpensive used EVs with over 200 mile range.

If you're interested in learning more about the least expensive electric cars in the US check out our guide.


The Cheapest Electric Car with The Longest Range

The cheapest new EV in 2024 with over a 300 mile range is the Hyundai Ioniq 6 comes next with a range of 361 miles and a list price of $37,500. However, if you qualify for the federal EV tax credit of $7,500, the 330 mile range Tesla Model Y Long Range RWD would start at slightly less - $37,490 (MSRP $44,990 - $7,500).

The average EV range in the United States is close to 300 miles - there are many other new options available. The list of EVs with more than a 300 mile range includes:

The cheapest used EV with greater than a 300 mile range is a Tesla Model 3. You can likely find a used Tesla in your area for around $25,000. Search for inexpensive used EVs with at least a 300 mile range.


What is the Best EV Range for You?

This depends on you. The average American drives 37 miles per day. Most charging can be done at home or while you’re at work.

Think first and foremost about your daily commute and secondarily how often you travel long distances.

According to a recent Bloomberg survey, two thirds of respondents indicated that 300-plus miles of range was enough for their needs.

For the times you take a road trip, you will want to plan your roadside charging along the way. Generally, high speed charging is available on main corridors across the country, usually near restaurants or shopping. This will get you an 80% charge in about 30 minutes.

Consider also how long you need to drive in cold weather. Much like the loss of energy efficiency of gasoline-powered vehicles, EV battery range can drop significantly in cold weather. More info below.

Keep in mind you’ll have more range with stop and go driving than out on the open highway, due to the fact that the act of braking regenerates the battery. On the highway, it’s possible to increase your range significantly – even above the EPA rated range – by slowing your speed to around 60 mph. You’ll get very familiar with your EV’s range once you test it out at different speeds and under different terrains and weather conditions.


EV Charging and Range FAQs

How Far Can I Drive Before I Need To Charge the Battery?

How far an EV can go before it needs to be charged depends on an electric vehicle’s make and model, the current amount of charge and driving conditions. Read our tips below for getting more range out of an EV’s battery.

How Can I Find EV Charging Stations?

Most EV drivers charge at home overnight if/when needed, waking up to a fully charged EV. If you live in an apartment or don’t have off-street parking, you may be able to charge for free at your workplace or other free public chargers. If you do plan to take longer trips, just a little planning will ensure you can find charging stations along the way.

Fast charging “level 3” stations (usually located near markets and restaurants) already enable charging up to 80% full in about 30 minutes, making EV road trips with fueling stops/meal breaks easy.

Battery technology is quickly improving too – faster ways to charge your EV are currently being developed.

Also, keep in mind that there are many free places to charge your EV, as well as ways you can keep your EV going during power shutoffs.

How Can I Charge My EV at Home?

EVs can charge anywhere there is a normal 120v outlet – no more going to the gas station. EVs come with a plug that will work in a regular electric outlet, and add about 40 miles of range overnight.

However, you also might want to consider a level 2 EV charger at your home – this is typically a 240v outlet like the one many people have for their electric clothes dryer. This charger gives about 25 to 40 miles of range per hour. Many EV drivers use a home level 2 charger to top up to a full charge overnight.

About 1/3 of electric car drivers have rooftop solar, so their electricity is coming from sunshine – saving fuel costs as well as the environment. Learn more about charging your EV with solar panels.


The Future of Long-Range Electric Cars

Within the decade, EV battery range may approach 800 miles per charge.

Toyota announced plans to release a battery with a range of 745 miles by 2030. It could charge in 10 minutes or less and be easier to manufacture.

The future of longe-range EVs is bright and EV batteries are already better for the environment than gas-powered cars.

Say goodbye to EV range anxiety and hello to the future of eco-friendly travel.

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Electric vehicles have evolved rapidly. The development of lithium-ion batteries has allowed vehicles to go hundreds of miles on a single charge.

Hundreds of miles is already much more than enough for most people’s daily commutes. Eco-friendly traveling with an EV is easier as well.

Now you have more info about the ranges of the many EVs available and about maximizing your EV battery’s potential even further.

Driving an EV will only continue to improve.


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Electric Car Range and Price Comparison 2024
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