Three affordable everyday EVs

Fiat 500e, Renault Zoe & Nissan Leaf

Small electric cars have become popular since Nissan first launched its electric vehicle, LEAF twelve years ago. If you’re looking for a ‘mini’ electric car, read the comparison of three beautiful and affordable electric cars: Fiat 500e, Renault Zoe E-Tech and Nissan LEAF. You won’t completely have to empty your wallet or fight hard to squeeze your car into a parking spot at the parking lot, if you drive one of these money and space saving electric superminis.

Fiat 500e

Retro! Classic! Electric!

The third generation of the ever-popular retro-styled city car, has once again ditched the power from a combustion engine in favor of a pure-electric powertrain. The result? A tech-friendly electric car that makes everybody’s knees week. The new fully electric Fiat 500e keeps the earlier generation’s image, and with the addition of updated technology, it has a range of up to 313km. It is one of the only electric cars you can get as a convertible. The spacious interior is equipped with a practical 7-inch display, and controls are light and user friendly. The car is quiet, fantastically comfortable, agile in the city, but also a great choice for a longer journey.

Fiat 500e **Fuel type: **Electric **Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain: **FWD Body:Hatchback Doors: 3 **Top speed: **150 km/h Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h:9.0 s Battery capacity:42 kWh **Electric Range WLTP: **313 km **CO₂- emissions WLTP: **0 g/km


Renault ZOE

French Electricity

Renault’s iconic Zoe E-Tech is a perfect electric all-rounder with quick acceleration and enhanced range. Zoe E-Tech is a practical and affordable electric car in the supermini size, and perfect for errands in the city, dropping the kids off at activities, or transport your groceries home after shopping. From behind the wheel, the Zoe E-Tech feels like a traditional combustion engine powered supermini – albeit a much quieter one. Its modern and dynamic design, bold curves and sleek lines are as easy on the eyes, as its 100% electric platform (and the environment). Its stylish interior offers many elegant touches, and an infotainment touchscreen as standard. The impressive range of up to 395km (conditions permitting), makes the Renault Zoe E-Tech an attractive car.

Renault ZOEFuel type: Electric Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain: FWD Body: Turismo Doors: 5 Top speed: 135 km/h Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h: 13.5 s Battery capacity: 22 kWh Electric Range WLTP: 210 km CO₂ - emissions WLTP: 0 g/km


Nissan LEAF

Buzzing and electric

The all-electric 2022 Nissan LEAF impresses in every area. With instant acceleration, incredible range, nimble handling, and plenty of cargo space, it stands out as a great all-rounder. The new LEAF is easy to drive, has a comfortable interior with plenty of modern technology, and can seriously be considered as your family’s only car. It has all the finesses you can expect from a hatch-back, including an extensive suite of Nissan Intelligent Mobility features as standard. Plus, it drives like a charm. Often you forget that you drive an electric car, because the LEAF drives as fast and as far as a petrol car. All told, the 2022 LEAS is an affordable and simple electric car, that offers a lot of value for your money.

Nissan Leaf **Fuel type: **Electric **Drive wheels - Traction - Drivetrain: **FWD Body:Hatchback Doors: 5 **Top speed: **157 km/h Acceleration 0 to 100 km/h:7.1 s Battery capacity:62 kWh **Electric Range WLTP: **385 km **CO₂ - emissions WLTP: **0 g/km


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