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The Best Environmentally Friendly Cars

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Environmentally Friendly Cars. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

Nissan Leaf EV

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The Nissan Leaf EV is the best eco-friendly car because it has a zero emission. It is environmentally friendly, has a long battery life, and has an affordable price tag. The battery of the Nissan Leaf EV can be charged by plugging it into a power outlet or using a charging station. It has an average range of 150 miles on one charge and can be fully charged in just six hours. Nissan Leaf also has a regenerative braking system, which charges the battery when you brake the car. The Nissan Leaf has other features that make it environmentally friendly like its heat pump, which reduces emissions by recycling waste heat from the engine into heating and cooling for the cabin.

Tesla Model 3 Long Range

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This electric midsize sedan did not turn out to be the $35,000 Tesla for the masses that company co-founder Elon Musk initially promised. Still, starting at about $39,500 before any available tax credits, the Model 3 is currently the lowest-priced new Tesla. However, buyers have to drop another $10,000 on top of the base price for the long-range battery to reach 130 MPGe and an industry-leading range of 325 miles per full battery charge.

Hyundai Ioniq Electric

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The Hyundai Ioniq full-electric doesn’t burn fuel, which means no air pollution while driving. Moreover, the interior cover of the car was made with a combination of plastic, powdered wood, and volcanic stone. The paint ingredient is extracted from soybean, and part of the material used for the carpet, headliner, and door trims is extracted from sugar cane.

BMW iX

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I’ve switched to electric this year because I wanted to be as environmentally friendly as possible and I am now driving a BMW iX. I was a bit reluctant at first getting a fully electric SUV but I have been very surprised at how well it performs, and how fast it can go! It drives exactly how an SUV should drive while doing its bit to save the environment..

Mercedes EQS

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If you want to do your bit for the environment but still want to drive in luxury, then I recommend the Mercedes EQS. Not only does it have the luxury that you would expect from a Mercedes, but it will also rapidly charge in around half an hour, allowing you to go around 730km on a full charge.

Ford Mustang Mach-E

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It’s the natural evolution, and the twenty-first-century version, of the Pony car. The Mustang is a bonafide American classic, and while this family-friendly version of the ‘Stang might not look like its forebears, it’s still got it under the hood, and with a range of around 300 miles when fully charged, it’ll rear up and go wherever you need it to, whenever you need it to.

Honda Insight

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The Honda Insight is the perfect combination of commitment to providing an environmentally friendly car and giving drivers a practical means of transportation. As a result, owners enjoy up to 50 mpg, know they can arrive at their destination without losing power, and feel good about their minimal contribution to pollution.The combustion engine on the Insight is very small. Even when it’s using fuel, the battery boosts power from the electric motor, greatly reducing fuel consumption and greenhouse gases. Honda typically leads the vehicle manufacturing industry in safety features, and none of those were left out of the Insight. So, in addition to being one of the most environmentally-friendly cars, it’s also one of the safest.

Mini Cooper SE

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MINI Coopers have always been the most adorable cars on the market, but they are also some of the most efficient cars you could ever hope to own. This is especially true of the SE, as you are provided with a fully electric car that emits zero emissions, comes with unique digital interior features like a visually updated dashboard, and can even be driven up to 145 miles on its battery. Furthermore, the Cooper SE’s battery can be rapidly charged up to 80 percent in just 36 minutes and despite it being a mini, the vehicle is also extremely spacious, as all of the backseats can go down, thereby making it a great choice for those looking for a car with lots of baggage room.

Volkswagen ID.4

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Volkswagen’s all-new ID.4⁠ AWD Pro is an all-wheel-drive electric SUV with a maximum range of about 275 miles per charge. It comes with a larger 12.0-inch infotainment display, as well as sharpened performance features like 5.4-second acceleration to 60 mph. Impressive, isn’t it? But what I like most about the ID.4⁠ is its starting price: just $37,495. That’s right, Volkswagen’s all-electric SUV starts at under $40,000, making it one of the most affordable EVs on the market today. And with its impressive range and performance, the ID.4⁠ is sure to be a hit with consumers looking for an affordable, efficient EV SUV.

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