In the world of electric vehicles, the range rules all. It’s king, and if a particular EV can’t keep up with the king, then it falls to the wayside. And when it comes to getting around Massachusetts, the last thing you need is a car that can’t keep up with the traffic and demands of your morning commute or road trips.
EV models are constantly being updated to maximize their range, which is why it’s essential to have professionals like those at Drivrz Financial on your side to help you make the right used EV leasing choice. Today, we wanted to dive into our top five longest-range electric cars of 2021 so that we could help make your car search as easy as possible. All our range ratings are based on data from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Tesla Model S
Speaking of the king—Tesla leads the way in EV driving experience and battery capabilities. And it all started with the Model S. The Model S Long Range tops out at 373 miles of battery range. If you’re looking for the most cutting-edge driving experience, the fully autonomous driving option on the Model S will blow your mind!
Tesla Model X
Not far behind the Model S but offering a bit more cargo and seating room than its sibling, the Model X is hot on her tail. With an EPA-rated range of 371 miles and room for up to seven passengers, you can practically go anywhere you want in style inside your Model X!
Tesla Model 3
Yes, another Tesla. But, as we said, they’re king of the EVs, and the Model 3 holds up its end of the bargain there too. This Tesla’s least expensive vehicle still offers a whopping EPA-rated 353 miles of range on a single charge. And just like the rest of the Tesla models, it’s super minimalistic inside yet full of incredible technology and entertainment features.
Tesla Model Y
That’s right, the top four EVs on our list are all made by Tesla. But remember, this list is the five longest-range EVs of 2021, and these four are the cream of the crop—the Model Y included. The Model Y rides comfortably and can transport almost anything inside its surprisingly large cargo room as a compact SUV. All of that while getting an EPA-rated 326-mile range on a single charge.
Ford Mustang Mach-E
Our fifth entry on the list is the all-new Ford Mustang Mach-E that provides you with the sporty performance and driving experience that Mustangs are famous for but without the need for gas. The Mach-E can go from 0-60 in under four seconds and comes with an EPA-rated range of 305 miles on a single charge.
Start your search for the perfect electric vehicle for all your driving needs in and around Massachusetts with this list, and we promise you won’t be disappointed. And when it comes time to get behind the wheel, be sure to call the used car leasing financing specialists at Drivrz Financial! We’ll help get you the right financing options to fit your needs and your budget. Call us today to find out how we can help at 1-800-436-0476.
And for a deeper dive into the EVs on the market, be sure to check out our other EV blog posts here!