Range: 238 miles
MPGe: 128 city/110 highway
The Chevrolet Bolt EV is the longest-range electric car this side of a Tesla, and it’s much more affordable. It’s a small tall-roofed car with crossover SUV-like styling, and it’s roomier inside than it looks and its hatchback design makes it especially practical. With 200 horsepower, the Bolt EV is sufficiently peppy. Like the Nissan Leaf, the Bolt EV affords one-pedal driving with maximum regenerative braking, though the car can still be driven conventionally according to a motorist’s preference. Its estimated 238-mile operating range should suffice for long daily commutes and weekend day trips alike.