As a contender for the title of Europe’s cheapest EV, the Dacia Spring Electric performs commendably in terms of performance and range. Despite being a light car at 970kg, the Spring handles easily thanks to a 43bhp electric motor and power steering. A top speed of 125km is enough for the city and turning radius of 4.8m should help ease into the tightest parking spots. Upfront, the battery range of 225km may seem low, but Dacia says it stretches to six days of city driving. The entry-level Dacia Spring Electric Comfort version is priced from €17,890 in northern Europe, but rates vary by market, government incentives and leasing options. Still, it’s a lot of car for not a lot of money.