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Which of 2017's Best Electric Cars should I buy?

With 2017 comes a variety of different electric cars from the most popular automakers around. You can find these cars easily by looking at your local dealership or searching online to find a dealer that offers one. There you can find the best electric cars offered to-date. Search this year’s best electric cars with increased driving ranges and sportier stylings. The best electric cars of 2017 include the 2017 Nissan Leaf, the Smart Car and the 2017 VW e-Golf. Read on to learn more about these fun-to-drive electric cars.

The 2017 Nissan Leaf improves upon truly one of the best electric car offerings. It offers a range of

107 miles and includes plenty of features such as cruise control, Bluetooth capability, heated front seats and a NissanConnect infotainment system that offers numerous apps to download. Smart Car is becoming increasingly popular offering electric cars at affordable prices. The Smart Car offers the equivalent of 107 mpg and can fully charge from 0 to 100% in just 6 hours. Meanwhile, Volkswagen e-Golf is both sleek and efficient, and also offers the quality and features only Volkswagen can provide.

Electric cars may have been rare in the past, but are becoming increasingly popular. With soaring gas prices, there’s little doubt that electric cars are the way of the future. Offering a more environmentally friendly transportation method that’s also a lot quieter and more efficient, electric cars surpass internal combustion engines in a variety of ways. And though electric cars in the past have been disappointing, the latest offerings are sure to attract more buyers. Now is the age of the electric car. If you are interested in purchasing an electric car, answer these questions to help you find one that’s right for you.

Are you looking for a popular brand?
How important is price in your decision?
How important are aesthetics in your decision?
Are you looking for a vehicle with a ton of features?
Do you like vehicles with a lot of headspace?
Are you looking for a convertible?
Do you plan to drive longer distances?
Do you have a family you'll be driving with?