Discover 40 plug-in models with the EV Guide
07.05.2019 - by Noah Barnes
Discover 40 plug-in models with the EV Guide

Considering an electric vehicle but not sure what options are available? Plug In America’s popular Electric Vehicle Guide lists 40 currently available all-electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles with the retail price and mileage range, as of June 2019. The guide is available to download as a PDF.

To compare vehicles in greater detail, visit PlugStar.com. There, you can complete our EV Shopping Assistant, which makes personalized recommendations based on your budget, daily commute, access to charging, and many more considerations. Plus, you can find charging equipment, learn about incentives in your area, and connect with a PlugStar-certified dealer. And our EV Support Program is here to answer any questions you may have!

Electric Vehicle Guide (PDF)
Updated June 2019

 

Anyone is welcome to print this PDF and distribute this information to others. We often receive requests for printed copies of our EV Guide from other nonprofit organizations, community groups, or even EV drivers that would like to share them with others. While we try to fulfill as many of these requests as we can, they do come with costs for printing and shipping. We are seeking a donor that would be willing to invest in the distribution of these EV Guides for a year or more. If interested, please contact Noah Barnes at nbarnes@pluginamerica.org.

4 comments on “Discover 40 plug-in models with the EV Guide”
  1. T Ah says:

    Sounds sweet.
    How large is your solar array?

  2. Morrison says:

    There appears to be some errors in this fact sheet:

    1) I don’t believe the Chevy Volt was available as at June 2019.

    2) Not sure where the price for the base Model 3 comes from. You can purchase a 220 mile range model 3 for $35k at a Tesla showroom ($36,200 if you are including mandatory delivery fees).

    3) Not sure where the base Model 3 range came from, as the starting at $35k model has a range of 220 miles.

    1. Noah Barnes says:

      Hi Morrison,

      The Chevy Volt ended production in February, but they are still available in dealerships: https://www.chevrolet.com/electric/volt-plug-in-hybrid

      The base price and range for the Model 3 is taken directly from their website: https://www.tesla.com/model3/design#battery. As of July 10, they still list their base model at $39,900 (before incentives) and 240 miles.

  3. Richard Logan says:

    I have a Nissan Leaf electric vehicle for the last 6 years. (50,000 miles) I also have solar panels on the roof of the house for 6 years. I have enough solar to cover our electric yearly bill and the charging of the car.

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