The Cheapest Electric Car in  2022

The Cheapest Electric Car in  2022

 Looking to buy an electric car? but don’t want to break the bank.

2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 price : $41,245  Hyundai Ioniq 5 comes standard with a lone rear-mounted motor and EPA-rated driving range : 220 miles

Starting at $41,659, the entry-level Ford F-150 Lightning Pro is the cheapest way to get into an electric pickup. 

The cheapest Kia electric car will want to take a look at the Niro EV, which has a $41,285 sticker in EX guise.

With a starting price of $35,295, the Hyundai Kona Electric is one of the best values in the EV segment.

While its $34,495 starting price may not make the Bolt EUV the cheapest EV EPA-rated driving range: 259 miles.

Those looking for an EV to putter around town, it's a sad figure for a car that stickers for $34,695. Sure, the MX-30 is a cheap EV, 

Like its larger Bolt EUV stablemate, the $32,495 Bolt EV will be available with a steep discount, as the 2023 model's base price

Much like the Mazda MX-30, though, the Mini's affordable starting price of $30,750 strikes us as rather expensive for a vehicle with such limited mileage.

A mere $28,495 is enough to bring home a 2022 Leaf. This amount nabs the entry-level Leaf S, which employs

MG says you'll get a maximum of 273 miles from the ZS EV, and naturally, we found the Cdate driving to be about 240 in real-world accuracy.