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Electric vehicles run the gambit from lower-priced hatchbacks to luxurious SUVs. Here, we present eight recently tested EVs broken into two price groups, below $60,000 and above $60,000.

EVs Over $60,000

The luxury EV category was launched by Tesla, and Tesla still dominates in this price range. But Jaguar now offers a model, and others are poised to join the field. Here are the three that CR has rated, ranked by Overall Score.

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2019 Tesla Model S

Price Range: $64,250 - $87,350

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2019 Jaguar I-Pace

Price Range: $44,275 - $51,550

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2019 Tesla Model X

Price Range: $74,025 - $96,025

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EVs Under $60,000

The field of more reasonably priced electric cars is growing. Here are the five EV models under $60,000 that CR has rated, ranked by Overall Score.

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2019 Chevrolet Bolt

Price Range: $19,050 - $21,000

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2019 BMW i3

Price Range: $24,250 - $29,250

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2019 Tesla Model 3

Price Range: $33,525 - $55,325

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2019 Nissan Leaf

Price Range: $17,375 - $24,825

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Editor's Note: This article also appeared in the September 2019 issue of Consumer Reports magazine.

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