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MineralMan

(146,572 posts)
Sat Oct 30, 2021, 11:38 AM Oct 2021

Cheapest New EVs Available in the US Market - Would you buy one? [View all]

https://electrek.co/2021/10/20/the-cheapest-electric-vehicles-available-in-2021-2022/

Starting with the 2022 Nissan Leaf, starting at $27,400 before any rebates, and maybe $20,000 with rebate, this article lists the cheapest available new EVs sold in the USA that can be used anywhere in the country.


Some other, less expensive, low speed EVs are also listed in the article, but this poll is only about the ones you can use anywhere and on any roads, including Interstate highways.

So, could you or would you buy one of these?
36 votes, 1 pass | Time left: Unlimited
I could, and would.
6 (17%)
I could, but would not at this time.
4 (11%)
I could not afford one on my income, so no.
2 (6%)
I could not afford to buy any new car available at this time, so no.
6 (17%)
I would not buy an EV at any price at this time, so no.
4 (11%)
I would not buy any EV with less than a 300 mile range, so no.
9 (25%)
Other, and here's why.
3 (8%)
This is a stupid poll.
2 (6%)
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New cars not in my budget in any forseeable future... Wounded Bear Oct 2021 #1
Our next car will be electric or hybrid Freddie Oct 2021 #2
Same with us. phylny Oct 2021 #32
If I could afford a new car I would buy a Leaf. halfulglas Oct 2021 #3
I don't intend to own any car after 2022. Right now I have 2. sinkingfeeling Oct 2021 #4
I need a truck, MuseRider Oct 2021 #5
You're right, I think people Elessar Zappa Oct 2021 #6
I wish they would MuseRider Oct 2021 #7
Ford F-150 EV Deep State Witch Oct 2021 #16
Price? Chuuku Davis Oct 2021 #19
Exactly. MuseRider Oct 2021 #29
Not near enough MuseRider Oct 2021 #28
I'm eying a plug in hybrid of some kind. MLAA Oct 2021 #8
A used late-Model Volt might work for you caraher Oct 2021 #53
Thanks! I will check them out 🙂 MLAA Oct 2021 #54
I bought a new car once when I was young and full of myself. hunter Oct 2021 #9
We buy new Kia Optimas with lifetime warranties. marie999 Oct 2021 #30
The jury is still out... essaynnc Oct 2021 #10
absent from this posting is the new Ford Maverick Hybrid pick-up truck RicROC Oct 2021 #11
It needs to go from my house all the way across Glacier Park, Maru Kitteh Oct 2021 #12
Love my EV hurl Oct 2021 #13
The government should offer free trade-ins for our gas guzzlers Polybius Oct 2021 #14
That will not be happening. MineralMan Oct 2021 #18
I agree Polybius Oct 2021 #25
Yeah, but it's an unrealistic idea. MineralMan Oct 2021 #26
Probably in the next few years Deep State Witch Oct 2021 #15
I bought the last model year of the Chevy Volt in 2019, so I'm not going to be in the market... Silent3 Oct 2021 #17
Only American and Union made. LiberalFighter Oct 2021 #20
My next vehicle will be electric. I'd have to look at the safety ratings. gldstwmn Oct 2021 #21
Issue is not the cost of the vehicle... brooklynite Oct 2021 #22
Cost is a huge is a huge issue if you can't afford a new car. MineralMan Oct 2021 #31
In which case its irrelevant because you won't by a car using any power system brooklynite Oct 2021 #35
A NEW car. MineralMan Oct 2021 #39
Assuming you are in NYC, there's lots of fast charging in the Northeast tinrobot Oct 2021 #41
The Tesla network covers most of the country. Voltaire2 Oct 2021 #58
I drive my car within a 15 mile radius of my house Cairycat Oct 2021 #23
EV's go much faster than 50 mph. They are cars, not toys for children. The fastest zero to 60 Celerity Oct 2021 #44
Yes, my husband has learned to brace MissB Oct 2021 #51
My wife and I were just talking about that this morning. Jedi Guy Oct 2021 #24
I have an electric bicycle that I ride into town to take care of Roisin Ni Fiachra Oct 2021 #27
I live where I park in a lot. Can't charge. KentuckyWoman Oct 2021 #33
I would but my 2004 VW Golf TDI roody Oct 2021 #34
We sold off our GTI last year after 17 years (only 55,000 miles) and bought a new one... brooklynite Oct 2021 #36
Same with my 2011 MINI COOPER with only 68,000 miles. SammyWinstonJack Oct 2021 #55
Give me a 500-mile range, and a 15 minute capacity for full charge, and bullwinkle428 Oct 2021 #37
Message auto-removed Name removed Oct 2021 #38
Those people are irrelevant to this. MineralMan Oct 2021 #40
I've leased/purchased 4 EVs in the past 10 years. tinrobot Oct 2021 #42
Unfortunately the cost to upgrade my house is too much. hamsterjill Oct 2021 #43
Huh? You just need a dryer plug. Voltaire2 Oct 2021 #57
Wow! hamsterjill Oct 2021 #59
No, I had a licensed electrician install Voltaire2 Oct 2021 #60
A good friend has the Nissan Leaf, a 2019 model NickB79 Oct 2021 #45
It's best to not buy cars Ron Green Oct 2021 #46
Do not live in the US, but our next auto will be an EV. Celerity Oct 2021 #47
I didn't realize that the tax break still existed dsc Oct 2021 #48
By coincidence, I purchased a car just a few months ago in that price range. Dial H For Hero Oct 2021 #49
I don't need a car living in the middle of a city. smirkymonkey Oct 2021 #50
Seriously considering an EV; just got rid of my jalopy and the wife's car is old too. lagomorph777 Oct 2021 #52
Funnily enough I am in the process of getting a new car Dorian Gray Oct 2021 #56
I just bought a hybrid suv. Very pleased dsp3000 Oct 2021 #61
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