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Looking to lease a new electric car? Here is our pick of the five best new electric cars you can get hold of today.
By The SOGO Team
The Renault Zoe is one of the most popular electric cars around on the roads and perhaps the most recognisable. The Zoe is a stylish small hatchback that has a driving range that is actually longer than most competitors in the electric car market, with a maximum of up to 247 miles on a full charge.
While it perhaps looks quite small on the outside, the Renault Zoe is surprisingly spacious and practical on the inside. There is plenty of space for four adults and with its high-set seats, it makes access easy and they give younger children a good view outside.
The Nissan Leaf has been around for several years and is in fact still one of the world's best selling all-electric cars. It has undergone a couple of face-lifts over time and the performance has improved considerably with a range of up to 239 miles for the 60kW model. That is a 50% increase on the first-generation Leaf so a big leap forward.
The designers of the Leaf at Nissan have tried to give the interior quite a premium feel, with stylish trim materials and a premium look for the 7-inch infotainment touchscreen.
When the Jaguar I-PACE was realeased many heads turned. Jaguar had really become the first of the premium brand manufacturers to make a long range, practical, battery-powered electric vehicle to take on a Tesla with its 300 mile range.
Difficult to categorise, the I-PACE is a kind of an SUV. However, you could equally see it as a coupe, a luxury saloon or even some kind of sportscar such as the performance.
One thing we can say for sure, the car handles beautifully thanks to its 50/50 weight distribution. This is somthing you do not get in a Tesla - it's representative of years and decades even of refinement that you can't buy. I-PACE is a stunning car to look at and to drive in equal measure.
The Audi E-Tron is a large SUV that takes all the best bits from the brand's conventional SUV's and blends them with next-level electrification technology.
With a range of up to 274 miles most daily commutes are covered. In terms of size, it is similar to a Q7 and has bit more road presence than let's say the Jaguar I-PACE or Tesla Model S.
Hyundai believe that the long-standing, market pioneer that is the Nissan LEAF has had its own way for far too long. Perhaps that is true in the more affordable part of the fledgling full-electric car segment.
The new Hyundai Ioniq is a comfort-first, fully electric contender that's surprisingly appealing both inside and out.
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