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From: kidl2/26/2021 11:17:31 AM
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Tesla coming in at #17 out of 34 cars tested in this comparison.

E-cars with the cheapest range: The price winner comes from Germany
by Moritz Diethelm on 02/26/2021

Price and range are crucial factors when buying an electric car. EFAHRER.com has put together the e-cars with the best price-range ratio.

Electric cars are on the rise: every tenth new car registered in 2020 was an electric car. Many drivers hesitate because of the limited range and higher purchase prices. The car comparison portal Carwow has now analyzed current offers for e-cars and determined the price-range winners.

A German small car classic made it to first place. Other small electric cars also offer excellent value for money. Cars with a full range of 400 kilometers are also becoming increasingly affordable, writes Carwow.

The price range is calculated from the best offer price of an electric vehicle and the range. The aim is to find out how many euros a kilometer range costs in relation to the purchase price of an e-car. In the price component of the ranking, all discounts including the manufacturer and BAFA subsidy premiums and the transfer costs are factored in. It is based on what, in the best case scenario, the vehicles actually cost the buyer.

The range component of the ranking is based on the specified WLTP range of the battery of the respective base model. These standard ranges can sometimes differ considerably from the practical range of the cars, as the practical tests by EFAHRER.com show.

The range of electric cars often deviates from the manufacturer's specifications. This is due to factors such as driving style, speed and outside temperature. The EFAHRER range calculator takes this into account and shows how far e-cars can really go under different conditions.

Full article translated from German: translate.google.com
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