Tesla Model 3, Next-Gen Nissan LEAF Or Chevrolet Bolt – Which Should You Buy

1 month ago by Eric Loveday 4

Should you wait it out? Or buy what’s available today?

On the fence in regards to which EV is right for you?

With the final reveal of the product Tesla Model 3 now confirmed for sometime this July (and a special viewing on June 2nd for contest winners) and the next-generation Nissan LEAF supposedly set for debut this September; the long-range, semi-affordable electric car offerings will soon triple from the lone option available today: the Chevrolet Bolt.

This has been a highly discussed topic long before we knew the reveal dates for either the Model 3 or the LEAF, but now it’s heating up even more as the arrival of those two cars near.

Long-time YouTuber, electric vehicle advocate and electric car owner The Electric Israeli brings this discussion front and center in his latest video titled “Should you buy the Chevy Bolt EV, or wait for the 2018 Leaf or Tesla Model 3?”

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“Should you buy the Chevy Bolt EV, or wait for the 2018 Leaf or Tesla Model 3?”

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4 responses to "Tesla Model 3, Next-Gen Nissan LEAF Or Chevrolet Bolt – Which Should You Buy"

  1. Rhaman says:

    A decision matrix should be used. Price, range, charging capacity and charging station availability, insurance costs and purpose of vehicle, for starters. Most people want a Tesla but need a 100 mile EV. If long distance travel capability is needed, the Tesla wins hands down. People to carry is another factor. If prices are similar, Tesla wins. If near Supercharger station, Tesla wins. Winner:Tesla Model 3!!

    1. KevinZ says:

      From a Michigander.
      Longest Distance to travel to purchase a vehicle, Tesla wins. Longest distance to travel for service, Tesla wins.

  2. Stefan Ko says:

    I purchased the IONIQ Electric since it is able to charge with up to 70 kW CCS DC and it is also very efficient.

    1. Dr gez says:

      I was looking at the Ioniq but Hyundai said in 2018 it will have 200 mile range so won’t that make the 2017 value plummet. Did the dealer say if Hyundai will offer the ability to increase the battery if the 2018 does get longer range?

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