2020 Hyundai Kona Electric vs. 2021 Kia Soul EV: Which Is Better?

Affordable, long-range electric vehicles are gradually showing up at your local auto mall. Then again, it depends on what you mean by “affordable.” Chevrolet kicked the party off in 2016 with the Bolt EV. That’s roughly a $40,000 car before tax credits. Now, less than three years later, there are several models from which to choose. Spend just a bit more, and you can even get into a basic Tesla Model 3. Nissan’s Leaf Plus is also notable.

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