Best Electric Cars for 2020

Electric Cars

Electric vehicles are available in all forms, from compact cars to SUVs and beyond. You will find that electric cars include many of the features that you have come to expect from more traditional fuel-fed cars, such as seating for up to seven passengers, all-wheel drive and more.

We have brought you a list of the best electric cars for 2020. You will notice that we have included two Tesla models on the list. While these models were top-sellers, CarMax no longer sells Teslas.

Mercedes-Benz B250e

The Mercedes-Benz B250e is an upscale car in an electrified version. The B250e is excellent if you are looking for an electric car to commute to work in. The B250e models come in three different levels – Premium, Premium 2, and Premium 3. Mercedes-Benz B250e, 2017, comes with features such as keyless proximity key, radar-based recuperation system with paddles and SiriusXM® satellite radio.

Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3

Tesla Model 3 is one of the best options for someone who is looking for an electric car. The 2019 Model 3 comes in three trim levels that are related to the battery range that you prefer. The trim levels consist of standard battery range, standard battery range plus, long-range battery, and performance. The Tesla Model 3 Performance comes with features such as 20-inch wheels, carbon-fibre spoiler, upgraded brakes and lowered suspension.

Tesla Model S

The Tesla Model S is significantly larger than Model 3 and also comes with a variety of trim levels. It is a great option if you are looking for a Tesla but prefer more luxury. The self-driving capability of the Model S is commendable, so look out for those. The 2018 Tesla Model S comes with features like seventeen-inch touchscreen with navigation, twelve-way power and heated front seats, heated power-folding side-view mirrors and all-wheel drive.

Mitsubishi i-MIEV

Mitsubishi i-MIEV

The Mitsubishi i-MiEV was discontinued in 2017 but is still an excellent option for Electronic Vehicle shoppers. It comes with a 66-horsepower electric motor, which can achieve an EPA-estimated range of 50 miles on 2017 models. The model’s small size makes it ideal for congested roadways. Standard features include a leather-wrapped steering wheel and shift knob, fifteen-inch alloy wheels, heated front seats and side mirrors and remote system to pre-activate air conditioning.

Chevrolet Spark EV

Chevrolet’s Spark EV was produced from 2014 through 2016, for three years, and was General Motors’ first electric car since the early 1990s. Standard features include a leather-wrapped steering wheel, seven-inch touchscreen display and heated front seats.