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Top 6 Electric Cars for New Drivers

Electric cars are becoming the new norm for many as we move into the new year and this does not have to be any different for new drivers. Whether you are in the process of ordering a brand new cable from an EV charging cables UK provider for an electric car or you are looking to make an investment in a new electric vehicle in 2020, we are providing you with a list of 6 cars we think are the perfect option for brand new drivers.

Nissan Leaf

With a number of models to choose from, none are as affordable and efficient as the Nissan Leaf. With improved connectivity, zero emissions and mileage of up to 239 miles depending on the model that you opt for, this car is the perfect option for new drivers that are looking to opt for an electric car that will not break the bank.

Volkswagen e-Golf

Alternatively, the Volkswagen e-Golf is yet another affordable car that combines zero emissions with stylish design and practicality. With all the features of the classic golf minus the emissions you can enjoy the ultimate comfort regardless of whether you are driving to and from work or just running the kids to school and with an impressive mileage of 144 miles off of a single charge, you cannot go wrong.

Toyota Prius

An old-time favourite on the electric car market this hybrid is a popular favourite for those looking for an affordable electric car. Though it is not fully electric, this is the perfect combination of fuel and electricity for a responsive driving experience regardless of the weather or the roads that you are using on a regular basis.

Renault Zoe

If you are looking for the perfect small car for the city centre, the Renault Zoe is an ideal option for you. With a driving range of up to 245 miles and a starting price of £25,670, this affordable little car is ideal for a first-time driver and has an extra £1,000 as a deposit contribution. This not only acts as an incentive for a number of first-time drivers, but this also helps you to get on your feet and begin driving.

Kia e-Niro

If you are a fan of the traditional Kia, then this all-electric model of the Niro is the perfect option for you. With a range of up to 282 miles on a single charge as well as a 7-year warranty, you can enjoy the ultimate driving experience with zero emissions. With LED headlights, lane keeps assisting as well as forward collision assist you are not compromising on design at any point.

Kia Soul EV

The final car that is perfect for new drivers looking for an electric car is the Kia Soul EV. With a starting price of £33,795 as well as in-car technology and brand-new design, this is the perfect way to enjoy an all-electric car regardless of the budget. With a number of finance options available as well as a number of customisable options, you can begin to build your perfect first car in no time.

Whether you are a fan of the Nissan, the Toyota or the Kia, each of these options are the perfect way to get out on the road whilst reducing your carbon footprint. Which of these will you be choosing?

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3 Comments

3 Comments

  1. Oliver Ganiyu

    January 6, 2020 at 5:25 pm

    Great post Admin,

    Toyota cars are very popular in my country and that makes most wannabe car owners wanna buy Toyota. I like the Toyota Prius.

  2. Jennifer Newton

    January 7, 2020 at 9:26 am

    Wow, these cars are great! I’ve read a lot of articles about electric cars and reviews. So far, it gained positive feedback from those who have tried and owned it. My sister and I are planning to buy an electric Toyota Prius for our brother who is in college. Luckily, we’ve found a reliable dealer to help us get things done. We’re just waiting for my brother’s decision on which colour should he choose.

  3. Debbie Gillespie

    March 19, 2020 at 8:15 pm

    Its appears electric cars is going to be a competitive market in the coming years. With every car manufacturer releasing there own 100% powered electric cars. Its certainly a competitive space. I think the winner will be the company that can match the range of the tesla cars, which seem to be able to travel an extra 100 miles on a single charge.

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