Electric Car Price Guide: every 2017 all-electric car, with specs (updated) Page 3


2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEV

2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEV

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2017 Mitsubishi i-MiEV - $23,845

16 kWh battery, 59 miles (EPA), 112 MPGe, 49 kW motor

The Mitsubishi i-MiEV carries forward into the 2017 model year essentially unchanged, although EPA-rated range dips from the previous 62 miles to 59 miles. The i-MiEV is hampered by that short range, as well as limited interior space and performance, but with a sub-$24,000 base price (before Federal, state, and local incentives) that is unchanged from the 2016 model year, it remains one of the cheapest electric cars available.

2017 Nissan Leaf

2017 Nissan Leaf

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2017 Nissan Leaf - $31,545

30 kWh battery, 107miles (EPA), 112 MPGe, 80 kW motor

The Leaf received a larger, 30-kWh battery pack as an option for the 2016 model year, and that pack becomes standard equipment on all models for 2017. That means the Leaf gets a slight bump in base price, pushing it over the $30,000 mark. But all Leaf models also now have a 107-mile range, compared to the 84-mile range of cars equipped with the previous, 24-kWh pack.

2017 Tesla Model S

2017 Tesla Model S

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2017 Tesla Model S - $69,200-$135,700

60-100 kWh battery, 210-315 miles (EPA), 98-104 MPGe, 234-396 kW motor

The Tesla Model S lineup seems to be in constant flux, but at the moment it includes rear-wheel drive and dual-motor all-wheel drive versions with 60-kWh and 75-kWh battery capacities (creating a "75" car actually involves a software patch to unlock extra capacity), all-wheel drive 90D and P100D models. Tesla recently began installing a new hardware package for its Autopilot systemcalled "Hardware 2"—in all production cars, and launched a "Ludicrous Plus" mode software update that allows the Model S P100D to do 0 to 60 mph in 2.4 seconds.

2017 Tesla Model X

2017 Tesla Model X

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2017 Tesla Model X - $90,000-$140,000

75-100 kWh battery, 238-289 miles (EPA), 86-93 MPGe, 234-396 kW motor

Tesla Model X deliveries began just over a year ago, after many delays. Since then, Tesla's first SUV has received mixed reviews due to quality issues with early-build vehicles, and unorthodox features such as the roof-hinged "Falcon doors," expansive windshield, and fixed rear seats. The Model X gets the same "Hardware 2" upgrade as the Model S, and P100D versions are expected to get "Ludicrous Plus" mode as well.

2017 Smart ForTwo Electric Drive

2017 Smart ForTwo Electric Drive

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Not included

A few electric cars have been left from this list, for one reason or another. We are awaiting final pricing, efficiency, and range ratings for the updated, longer-range 2017 Volkswagen e-Golf and the redesigned 2017 Smart ForTwo Electric Drive, neither of which has gone on sale yet.

The Chevrolet Spark EV has been discontinued. It was a "compliance car" available only in California, Oregon, and Maryland, and is being supplanted by the Bolt EV, which will be available nationwide by this September.

More battery-electric models are expected to go on sale in the coming months, including the Honda Clarity Electric, a battery-electric version of the Clarity Fuel Cell sedan that will arrive later this year, likely as a 2018 model.

Keep this page bookmarked, as we'll be updating it when new battery-electric models hit the market.

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