Image by Vauxford The buying and selling of electric vehicles in Australia is escalating even with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic situation. The Federal Automotive Industries stated that it sold over 1000 electric vehicles in the better part of this year. […]
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The buying and selling of electric vehicles in Australia is escalating even with the ongoing coronavirus pandemic situation. The Federal Automotive Industries stated that it sold over 1000 electric vehicles in the better part of this year. The quantity is less than one percent of Australia’s sales of vehicles this year. However, this quantity is exclusive of Tesla sales, whose sales have exceeded 2000.
The following are electric vehicle brands that have been affordable for the Australian people to enjoy.
First is the MG ZS electric vehicle, which goes for a minimum of $43990. The car has been strolling the market this week as the latest affordable electric car. The car has a mileage range of 263km before it can take a recharge. The car comes with a five-year warranty, while the battery covers 160000km before the warrant expires.
Next is the famous Nissan Leaf, whose lowest price in the country is $53000. Initially, this car was the cheapest in the country until the MG ZS electric vehicle came. The vehicle has a mileage range of 270km and enjoys a five-star rating from the last two years till now. Additionally, the car enjoys the same warranty as MG ZS electric vehicle.
The Renault Zoe comes in at an affordable price, not less than $53800. The car is the smallest in the market and has a mileage range between 200km and 300km, depending on the season. The car covers a distance of 100000km before the warranty of the battery expires. However, its ratings are still shaky until the industry makes its analysis concerning the car.
Next is the Hyundai Ioniq, which goes for a minimum of $53000 in the Australian market. This car is the only cheap market model with two hybrid variants and its pure electric model. The car has a mileage range of 311km in ideal conditions with a warranty similar to that of the MG ZS electric vehicle.
Then there is the Hyundai Kona SUV goes for a price of $63500 on the lower side. The battery has a potential of 64kWh for its battery. The car boasts of a 450km mileage range in a perfect season. The battery has a 160000km warranty, and a five-year contractual acceptance in case the car fails due to the defect of its components.
In conclusion, these models have been the most affordable in the Australian market. The citizens will be enjoying them for a season until the manufacturers develop other affordable models with excellent specifications.