Here are the 10 cheapest electric cars of 2024

It’s official: we live in the future. Technically, of course not – now it’s still now – but today’s car market is the future we dreamed of not so long ago, with a large number of affordable electric cars on the market – and the prices mentioned below don’t even include incentives, discounts, or other discounts.

You might be wondering why the Chevrolet Bolt and Bolt EUV aren’t on this list since they are both cheaper than the Nissan NSANY,

Leaf, and that’s a fair question. Unfortunately, the Bolt and Bolt EUV are being put on hiatus, and while there are some great deals to be had on remaining 2023 model year stock, they are no longer eligible for our list. The prices listed below include delivery charges, but exclude taxes, title, licensing fees or other charges.

Here are 10 of the cheapest electric cars of 2024.

1. 2024 Nissan Leaf

Price: $29,280 (S model: $28,140 plus $1,140 destination)

Range: 149 miles

The 2024 Nissan Leaf

Nissan

The cheapest EV on this list is the 2024 Nissan Leaf. It comes in two main flavors: The Leaf S and the Leaf SV Plus. The most affordable variant, the Leaf S, generates 147 hp and 236 lb-ft of torque and has a range of up to 150 miles thanks to its 40 kWh battery pack.

Also see: ‘Automakers sweeten deals’: Average price for new cars has fallen; inventory has run out

2. 2024 2-door electric mini hardtop

Price: $31,895 (SE Hardtop 2-door: $30,900 plus $995 destination) Range: 114 miles

The 2024 Mini Cooper electric

Mini USA

The 2024 Mini Cooper SE gets some upgrades for the new model year, including the option of leather upholstery in the Signature trim, which also includes navigation with real-time traffic updates. The base Cooper SE electric is available in two-door hardtop form, with a 181-horsepower electric motor and a range of 112 miles.

3. 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric

Price: $34,010 (SE model: $32,675 plus $1,335 destination)

Range: 200 miles

The 2024 Hyundai Kona EV

Hyundai

For a compact electric car that can go on some longer trips, the 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric is the king of the price hill with a standard range of 200 miles. The base SE trim gets a 133-horsepower engine and DC fast-charging capability that can charge it from 10% to 80% in just 43 minutes. If you want the Kona Electric’s 261-mile range, look for the SEL and Limited trim levels.

To see: The 2024 Hyundai Kona Electric has been completely redesigned, with a spacious, high-tech interior

4. 2024 Fiat 500e

Price: $34,095 (Red model: $32,500 plus $1,595 destination)

Range: 149 miles (mfr estimate)

The Fiat 500e Red from 2024

Fiat

The 2024 Fiat 500e Red is all new for the 2024 model year and brings back the familiar 500e with a unique new look and updated features. The first 500th Red launch models will include a donation to the (RED) charity that partnered for the launch. Details are still being finalized, but the 2024 500e is good for an estimated range of 150 miles (249 kilometers) and can be charged to 80% in just 35 minutes with DC fast charging.

Learn more: The new 2024 Fiat 500e: a fast-charging, fun EV for cruising around town

5. 2023 Volkswagen ID.4

Price: $40,290 (standard: $38,995 plus $1,295 destination)

Range: 209 miles

The VW ID.4

Volkswagen

While we wait for the 2024 model to go on sale, there are still 2023 models in stock. The 2023 Volkswagen ID.4 is a spacious, high-tech family EV with a 62 kWh battery that in basic form is good for a range of 330 km. That includes a 201 hp electric motor driving the rear wheels, although the ID.4 can be upgraded to 295 hp and a range of up to 430 kilometers.

6. 2024 Tesla Model 3

Price: $40,380 (Model 3: $38,990 plus $1,390 destination)

Range: 272 miles (mfr estimate)

The Tesla model 3

Tesla

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self-driving technology, the 2024 Tesla Model 3 represents a solid value in the EV space, with the base single-motor model good for a range of 275 miles. It’s a Tesla, so thanks to the national Supercharger network, the Model 3 can regain a range of up to 280 kilometers in just 15 minutes.

To see: Tesla’s redesigned Model 3 is now available in the US. Here’s what’s new

7. 2024 Kia ​​Niro EV

Price: $40,975 (wind: $39,600 plus $1,375 destination)

Range: 253 miles

The 2024 Kia ​​Niro EV

Kia

The style and functionality of a compact SUV go hand in hand with affordable, all-electric power in the 2024 Kia ​​000270,
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Niro EV. The base model has a range of 250 miles, can be charged from 10% to 80% in 43 minutes, has a 201-horsepower engine, and has one of the best powertrain warranties in the industry.

To see: The 2024 Kia ​​Niro EV vs. the Nissan Leaf

8. 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5

Price: $43,175 (SE standard range: $41,800 plus $1,375 destination)

Range: 209 miles

The 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5

Hyundai

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The features of the Ioniq 5, with a base 168 hp powertrain with a range of 350 km, available semi-autonomous Highway Driving Assist functions, dual 12.3-inch displays, DC fast charging that can reach 80% in just 18 minutes be charged, and much more.

Read more: Why the innovative 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 5 is such a great buy

9. 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6

Price: $43,600 (SE: $42,450 plus $1,150 destination)

Range: 240 miles

The Hyundai Ioniq6

Hyundai

With similar powertrain technology beneath the surface to that of the Ioniq 5, the sleek 2024 Hyundai Ioniq 6 sedan boosts aerodynamics to extend its range to at least 250 miles in base form and up to 350 miles of range when properly configured . The Ioniq 6 also offers semi-autonomous Highway Driving Assist capabilities, driverless parking and more.

10. 2024 Toyota bZ4X

Price: $44,420 (XLE: $43,070 plus $1,350 destination)

Range: 252 miles

The Toyota bZ4X

Toyota

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has long been a pioneer of hybrids, and it’s taken a long time to get into the EV game, but the 2024 Toyota bZ4X takes on the competition with a futuristic look, a 250-mile range in base form and Toyota’s excellent build quality. Updates for 2024 bring more standard equipment, a new driver display and a dual-voltage charging cable.

This story originally continued KBB.com.

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