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Top 10 The 10 Electric Cars With The Longest Range In Canada

The 10 Electric Cars With The Longest Range In Canada

The biggest consideration for most consumers when it comes to electric cars is range.

Given that you can’t just stop by a gas station to fill up your vehicle and be on your way, how far you can travel on your EV’s battery has major implications.

The longer the range, the further you can go and more importantly the less you have to worry about getting where you’re going or getting back. Many buyers have resisted electric cars because of range anxiety, but thankfully automakers are progressively increasing the range offered on their new EVs.

Here’s a look at the 10 electric cars by order of range currently offered in Canada.

1) Tesla Model S – 416 to 539 kilometers

Tesla Model S Range
Tesla Model S | Photo: Tesla

2) Tesla Model 3 – 354 to 499 kilometers

Tesla Model 3 range
Tesla Model 3 | Photo: Tesla

3) Tesla Model X – 381 to 475 kilometers

Tesla Model X
Tesla Model X | Photo: Tesla

4) Hyundai Kona EV – 415 kilometers

2019 Hyundai Kona Electric
2019 Hyundai Kona Electric | Photo: Hyundai

5) Chevrolet Bolt – 383 kilometers

Chevrolet Bolt range
Chevrolet Bolt EV | Photo: Chevrolet

6) BMW i3 – 246 kilometers

BMW i3 range
BMW i3 EV Range | Photo: BMW

7) Nissan LEAF – 242 kilometers

Nissan LEAF range
Nissan LEAF | Photo: Nissan

8) Hyundai IONIQ – 200 kilometers

Hyundai IONIQ EV range
Hyundai IONIQ EV | Photo: Hyundai

9) Volkswagen e-Golf – 201 kilometers

Volkswagen e-golf
Volkswagen e-Golf | Photo: Volkswagen

10) Kia Soul EV – 179 kilometers

Kia Soul EV
Kia Soul EV | Photo: Kia

A few notes are needed here. For one, the Kia Soul EV will completely change next year and will offer over 450 kilometers of range according to early reports. You should also take into account availability. The Volkswagen e-golf, for example, has a long waiting period that can exceed 6 months. Same goes for the Tesla Model 3 with the smaller battery and more affordable price tag.

To learn more about each electric car in this list, check out our EV coverage here.

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