The 15 Best Electric Cars for 2020

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We Rank Every EV on the Market Today

The number of fully-electric vehicles on the market is growing. However, many still don’t offer enough range to be practical, and several are only available in select markets.

Electric vehicles (EVs) are typically more expensive than their gas-powered cousins. However, you may be able to qualify for a federal electric vehicle tax credit of up to $7,500, depending on your tax situation and which EV you buy. In addition, electric cars are more efficient than gas cars and cost less to operate and maintain. 

We’ve ranked every electric car available in 2020, based on overall USN Scores. On each slide, you’ll find information related to each EV’s price, range, pros, cons, features, and availability.

It’s important to note that our vehicle scores are updated regularly as new data and expert research become available, so the scores you see on the following slides may not match those in our individual reviews and rankings.

Keep reading to learn more about today’s best electric cars.

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