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The Cheapest Electric Vehicles You Can Buy

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5. Hyundai Kona Electric
> Starting price: $35,245
> EPA-estimated range: 258 miles
> Eligible for federal plug-in credit: Yes

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4. Mazda MX-30
> Starting price: $34,695
> EPA-estimated range: 100 miles
> Eligible for federal plug-in credit: Yes

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3. Chevrolet Bolt EV, EUV
> Starting price: $32,495
> EPA-estimated range: 247-259 miles
> Eligible for federal plug-in credit: No

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2. Mini Cooper SE Hardtop
> Starting price: $30,750
> EPA-estimated range: 114 miles
> Eligible for federal plug-in credit: Yes

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1. Nissan Leaf
> Starting price: $28,425
> EPA-estimated range: 149-226 miles
> Eligible for federal plug-in credit: Yes

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