What’ll it be:
A new Nissan Leaf for less than $25,000, a new Chevy Volt for around $37,000, a new Cadillac ELR for $76,000, a new Tesla Model S for upwards of $80,000 or maybe the new BMW i3 or i8 or Mercedes-Benz B-Class electric?
A growing number of used electrics are also hitting the market. Prices for those range from the high teens to $400,000. (More on that later.)
How’s a car shopper supposed to decide the best course of action to go electric for the first time?
Read on, friends, for the answer awaits.