Top 2014 Electric Cars Tesla Model S, Honda Fit EV, Nissan Leaf Price & Leases: Mileage Range, Insurance & Battery Charge Improve On Newer Vehicles
As the call for clean environmentalism and alternative renewable energy sources increases, several companies have initiated a policy to implement these techniques in their manufacturing processes. The car manufacturing industry is one of the areas with the most to benefit from pursuing this cause by building eco-friendly vehicles.
The new cars, which will be known as electric cars, are equipped with smaller, lighter and inexpensive batteries. Even the driving range of these new cars has increased significantly. Add to that the fact that insurance on some electric car models that have been out for a while is now comparable to that of standard cars and the lease options that are available, electric vehicles are becoming a more compelling choice to new car buyers. Below are some of the top 2014 electric cars:
Tesla Model S takes the lead by accelerating from 0-60 miles per hour in only 5.6 seconds while producing a 125 mph speed capacity. It is fitted with revolutionary features like a touchscreen driver interface, panoramic roof, and internet access via WiFi. Tesla Model S is a 5-seater electric car with a 362 horsepower motor. It is retailing at $71,070.
Honda Fit EV is Honda's version of the electric car with a 118 miles per gallon EPA rating that will save you from frequent refilling. It features faster acceleration and the 20 kWh lithium-ion battery pack recharges quickly. This vehicle can run even with a dead battery, as long as it was completely charged for three hours. The suggested retail price is $389/month on a 3-year contract.
Nissan Leaf is a 5-seater vehicle run by a lithium-ion rechargeable battery. It can go up to 90 miles per hour. Providing power to the Nissan Leaf is a lithium ion rechargeable battery that allows the car to obtain a speed of 90 mph or higher. The range of the Nissan Leaf is currently 73 miles. The Nissan Leaf starts as low as $21,480.