In this week’s edition of The Price is Right, we explore the different models in each segment of the electric car market and the best deals you can get on them.
First up: the electric-car segment.
If you want a premium electric car but want to get out of the luxury SUV, consider the Tesla Model S. If that car’s all you want, then consider the Porsche Cayenne.
Both have great fuel economy and top-notch safety, but the Model S is available with a range of about 100 miles (160 kilometers), while the Cayenne has a range to go with its 0-60 time of 4.8 seconds.
The Tesla Model X is a luxury sedan with an impressive range.
It’s also the only electric car available in the US, and it has a claimed range of 500 miles (802 kilometers).
However, you won’t get the same range and fuel efficiency as the Model X. If it was offered with a 300-mile (470-kilometer) range, it would have a claimed price tag of $100,000.
The Tesla Model 3 will come in at $65,000 and will come with a 600-mile range.
This range is just enough to get you to work, but not enough to be a serious competitor to the Porsche and Cayenne, and not enough for the Model 3 to be the best car for you.
If you want an electric car that’s not too expensive but not too pricey, the Tesla Roadster has a great range, a top-of-the-line interior, and is available in many colors.
However, if you want to add some more performance, the Model 2 will come out with a claimed top-speed of 315 mph (483 km/h).
The Roadster costs $70,000, while the Model 5 is available for $65 and the Model 8 is $85.
If the Roadster comes with a base price of $60,000 (which it does), you’ll get a 200-mile-range Model 3 and a 400-mile Range Rover Sport.
If your goal is to get a great deal on a new electric car and you want the best price, the Nissan Leaf can be a good choice for you, especially if you’re looking for a compact car that can go places and can take you places without taking up a lot of space.
The Leaf is available as a hatchback with a 4,400-mile battery and is $37,000 with a six-month, $1,500 financing offer.
If your budget is limited, you can buy the Leaf for $25,000 without a lease.
The BMW i3 is the best all-electric car available, and if you need a hatch that is also a fun car to drive, you’ll find the BMW i8 the perfect choice.
The i8 has a top speed of 310 mph (503 km/hr), and the BMWs are very affordable.
However the i3’s range is not that great, and you’ll need a $40,000 finance package to get one.
If we had to guess, the i5 would be the better option, as it has even more range and a great interior.
If that’s all your budget can handle, then the Toyota Prius V has a very impressive range of more than 800 miles (1,000 kilometers) and is also available in a few colors.
If its the right choice for your budget, the Prius is an excellent all-wheel-drive electric car with a top performance rating of 86 mpg (30 km/l) and a claimed EPA rating of 40 mpg combined.
You can get the Priuses for $30,000 to $40.000 without financing.
The Toyota Priuse is a great all-around car, but if you prefer a bit more performance and safety, you may be disappointed.
The Toyota Corolla has a high-performance EPA rating and a top rating of 80 mpg.
However there’s a $60 fee for the Priuse, which means you’ll only get to use it for about 12 miles (20 kilometers) of daily driving.
You’ll also need a good credit score to get an electric-vehicle loan, which can be difficult for low-income customers.
The Audi A4 has an impressive array of performance features, but its range is only about 140 miles (240 kilometers) without a range extender.
The A4’s range will only be about 120 miles (186 kilometers) with the range extenders, and the A4 costs $80,000 for a base model and $100k for a $50,000 loan.
The Audi A6 has a slightly better range and is only available in black.
If a lot more performance is your aim, the Volkswagen Passat can be the perfect all-round car, especially for the price.
It has a fantastic range and top performance, but you’ll want