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Electric Vehicles Cheaper than the Average New Car Price

Are you ready to hear this?  The average price for a new car in November 2013 in the U.S. is $32,769 according to Kelley Blue Book.   Now, that makes many of the hybrid and electric vehicles (EV) not so expensive any more in comparison.

If you factor in the federal tax rebate of $7,500, almost every plug-in electric car on the market is actually cheaper than that, excluding sports and luxury EVs like Tesla Model S of course.

Take a look at electric and hybrid vehicles current available in the market listed with its price (after the federal tax credit).  Keep in mind that there will most likely be other rebates and tax credits for your state and cities.

  1. Nissan Leaf – $21,300
  2. Chevy Volt – $26,685
  3. Toyota Prius Plug-in Hybrid – $27,490
  4. Ford C-Max Energi – $28,943
  5. smart electric drive – $12,490
  6. Ford Focus Electric – $27,700
  7. Chevy Spark EV – $19,995
  8. Mitsubishi i – $15,495
  9. Fiat 500e – $24,300
  10. Wheego Whip — $18,995
  11. Wheego LiFe — $25,495

There is no doubt that this list will grow rapidly each year giving consumers much more options.  The last L.A Auto Show was the perfect example of what we can expect to see.  EVs from almost every auto manufacturers dominated the show floor at the time.

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