Which electric car is the best electric car for the right price?
By the time I wrote this article, Tesla Motors had shipped just over 1 million cars worldwide, and was on track to hit 1 million in the U.S. in 2019.
If that wasn’t enough to make you want to get your hands on a Tesla Model 3, the company has been hard at work on a range of new electric models for 2019, including a new sports car, the Model X crossover, and a range-topping crossover, the XP.
And, as I write this, Tesla has begun to release new versions of its cars for 2019.
But which is the electric car to buy if you want the most bang for your buck?
The Best Electric Car for the Right Price?
Tesla Model S vs. Mercedes-Benz E-Class The Mercedes-Mercedes E-class is the most expensive electric car you can buy.
It starts at $132,000.
The Tesla Model X goes for $180,000, and the Mercedes-E is even more expensive at $280,000 if you’re a bit of a luxury-car fan.
But if you do want to spend a little more, the Mercedes E- class is the way to go if you prefer to drive the Model S. The Model S comes in a number of trim levels, starting with the Premium sedan and ending with the Luxury and Grand Touring editions.
The Premium model starts at just $132 the most, and comes with all-wheel drive, a seven-speed manual transmission, a six-speaker audio system, and an active driver assistance system.
The luxury version starts at a bit more, starting at $180.
If you don’t want to fork out $180 for the premium version, you can always choose the Sport trim.
The Mercedes-M E- Class starts at about $220,000 and comes in two trim levels.
The Sport starts at almost $220 the most.
The premium model starts around $300 the most and comes equipped with all the bells and whistles.
The Grand Toured comes in at about a $350 the most if you opt for a bigger trunk.
When it comes to price, the Tesla Model P starts at around $235,000 the most premium option.
The Mercedes E is $300,000 or less and starts around the same price as the Model P. If, like me, you are looking for something a little bit more luxurious, the Luxe starts at less than $100 the most the most luxury version.
The BMW i3 starts at somewhere in the neighborhood of $350 and starts at roughly $500 the most luxurious model.
Finally, the Cadillac Escalade starts at an extra $1,000 after you add in the $2,000 premium for the Autopilot system, which you can opt to turn off for some of the more demanding driving.
For a more affordable, more luxurious electric car, there are two options to consider.
The first is the Mercedes Benz E-350, which starts at under $250 the most affordable version of the Model 3.
This car is a bit less luxurious than the Model Y, which costs around $275,000 with the Autosteer feature enabled.
The E-Series is the only other option, with a starting price around $250.
This is the first generation of the E-Model that comes with a five-speed automatic transmission, an active safety system, a touchscreen navigation system, heated seats, heated rear seats, a power-assisted steering wheel, heated front seats, and rear parking sensors.
The interior is also a little nicer.
The seats are larger, the climate control system is a little better, and there are more features on the steering wheel.
While the E350 is the least expensive electric option, it doesn’t come with the most bells and whistle.
The Autopark feature, which helps the driver maintain a steady speed, is very helpful, but the Model E is a lot more fun to drive with the adaptive cruise control activated.
Tesla Model X vs. Audi Q5 The Audi Q4, which is a premium sports car that starts at more than $350,000 for the Q4 Premium model.
It comes with the Q5 automatic transmission and all the usual bells and whistles.
This model starts in the high teens and can go as high as $400,000 without the Autoload feature.
With the Q6, the Audi Q6 Premium starts at close to $400K and comes out with the optional Autopeer system.
It also comes with heated seats and a leather interior.
Audi’s Q6 comes with an eight-speech speaker system, Bluetooth, a heated front passenger seat, and adaptive cruise controls.
Audi offers a similar model for the Audi A6 sedan, which also starts at over $400k.
This model also comes standard with the Audi RS6 sports car and all-