The Electric Cars With the Most Range for the Money Under $40K

  • Cost per mile of range: $204

Matching the 2018 Nissan Leaf price of $30,875 (including destination and handling) against the latest model’s 151 miles of range, that comes to $204 per mile. This value is hard to top on the EV market.

If you throw in the $7,500 tax credit ($23,375 net price), the number dips to $155 per mile. In fact, it’s likely most buyers will be able to take the credit for at least two years. That will come in handy when the 2019 Leaf arrives with more power and range.

Tax credit status: Approximately 122,000 sales. Over 75,000 sales to go before $7,500 begins to phase out (likely around 2021).

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