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How Far Can My EV Go on a Single Charge?

How far can an electric car go on one charge - Lectron

Perhaps you have reservations about the range and charging capacity of electric vehicles, like some EV skeptics do.

Indeed, older electric vehicle models did face limitations in terms of range and charging capacity. However, advancements in newer EVs have addressed these issues, resulting in improved performance and capabilities.

Wondering how far a single charge can take you? That’ll depend on the type of EV you drive.

Data from the Electric Vehicle Database show the average range of an electric car on a full charge is around 205 miles, but note that your car’s single charge will differ from that of other models/brands.

Cars from luxury and EV-focused carmakers like Lucid, Tesla, Mercedes-Benz and Porsche will typically have longer single-charge ranges than their more affordable counterparts.

Recently, even more affordable automakers like Hyundai, Kia, and Chevrolet have released EVs at a much lower starting price ($30,000 - $40,000) and can push around 300 miles of range on a single charge. 

While topnotch brands will be the automatic choice for some, be aware that they are no longer your only option for getting the most bang for your buck with your EV purchase. 

Lectron is Leading the Charge

Lectron is on a mission to make electric vehicle charging fast, easy and affordable for all EV drivers. We offer a wide selection of convenient and easy-to-use EV charging stationschargers and adapters. Lectron is pioneering ways of eliminating range anxiety and compatibility issues for both Tesla and J1772 EV drivers by making it easier and more reliable than ever to charge EVs at home and on the road.

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