5 Electric Vehicles That Can Go More Than 250 Miles on a Charge

All of these EVs are practical choices for commuting and daily use

The charging port on an electric vehicle

With electric vehicles becoming more mainstream, paying less for one doesn't have to mean you'll be saddled with a short driving range. And you don't have to pay a big luxury-car price for an EV that allows you to drive farther between charges. American car shoppers can now find EVs across a range of prices and automakers.

In 2019 automakers introduced five EVs that can deliver more than 200 miles of range. By the end of 2020, automakers plan to introduce eight more. 

Each of the five models below can travel more than 250 miles on a single charge, according to their ratings by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). That means owners don't need to recharge them every day, and with planning, these vehicles can even be used for longer trips.

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2020 Tesla Model S

Price Range: $71,050 - $85,600

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