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Electric Vehicle Selector
SelectSmart.comChoose from the options of the following questions and this selector will provide you with unbiased electric vehicle recommendations based on your preferences. It will answer the question which EV is right for me? We included over 100 of the best-selling and widely available EVs sold in America both foreign and domestic. All the specifications of the EVs are based on US federal government data.


1. Which of these automobile manufacturers do you prefer?
Check as many or as few as you want.

Audi

BMW

Cadillac

Chevrolet

Ford

Genesis

Hyundai

Jaguar

Kia

Lucid

Mazda

Mercedes-Benz

Mini Cooper

Nissan

Polestar

Porsche

Rivian

Subaru

Tesla

Toyota

Volkswagen

Volvo

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2. Which of these body styles would you like?

SUV

Sedan and/or Wagon

Pickup

No preference

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3. What is your price range for your car or truck?
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$25K - 40K

$40K - 49K

$51K - 69K

$70K - 93K

$100K - 129K

$130K - 160K

$170- 190K

Used car (prices vary)

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4. How much are you willing to pay per hundred miles to operate your vehicle?
The operation costs are based on the average American electric utility prices. An electric vehicles costs a fraction of what it costs to operate a gas-powered vehicle. Check as many or as few as you want.

$3.50 to to $3.99

$4.00 to $4.99

$5.00 to $5.99

$6.00 to $6.99

$7.00 to $7.99

$8.00 to $8.99

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5. What sort of range do you need to have between charges?
Consider the distance of your daily commutes and the likelihood of an occasional long distance trip. The time it takes to charge an electric car can be as little as 30 minutes or more than 12 hours.

100-199 miles

200-282 miles

300-396 miles

405-516 miles

No preference

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6. What sort of drivetrain do you prefer?
Consider the climate and topography of where you will be driving.

All-wheel drive. AWD vehicles have better traction than front-wheel-drive vehicles, since every wheel gets power.

Front-wheel drive. FWD systems are usually lighter and more fuel-efficient than all-wheel-drive systems.

Rear-wheel drive. RWD tends to have less costly maintenance since there aren't as many parts packed into a small space.

Part-time four-wheel drive. Part-time 4WD allows drivers to select the best drivetrain mode for the specific driving conditions. This gives the driver some more flexibility and control behind the wheel. In everyday driving situations, the maximum fuel economy can be achieved by keeping the truck in rear-wheel drive mode.D

No preference

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7. How many seats will you need for the passengers including the driver?

Four seats

Five seats

Seven seats

No preference

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Now that you have answered all the questions, continue to the Show Me My Results button below.