Which EV’s Have the Longest Range?

Electric Vehicle Range

In the market for an electric vehicle that will elevate your drives in the Cerritos, Irvine, and West Covina, California, area? With a variety of amazing models to choose from, you can easily find a perfect match for your driving style. However, you’ll also need to consider each model’s driving range. Which EVs have the longest range? Norm Reeves Superstore is here to answer that question with our informative guide. Keep reading to see how long your favorite electric vehicle can stay on the road between charges!

2022 Volkswagen ID.4Volkswagen ID.4

The VW ID.4 is the first electric vehicle released by this reliable brand. Under the hood, this compact SUV boasts a hardy 82 kW battery that pumps out 201 horsepower when standardly outfitted with rear-wheel drive, but when you opt for available all-wheel drive, that jumps up to an impressive 295 horsepower. With RWD, you’ll see an EPA-estimated driving range of 260 miles, allowing you to stay on the road for quite a while before needing to recharge.1 When you go with the available AWD, you’ll have an EPA-estimated driving range of 249 miles, giving you great range and capability.1

EPA-Estimated Range RWD

EPA-Estimated Range AWD

260 miles1

249 miles1

Hyundai IONIQ 5

2021 Hyundai Ioniq ElectricAnother first is the Hyundai IONIQ 5, the beginning of this brand’s EV series. When standardly equipped with rear-wheel drive, this SUV has a 168-kW battery that pumps out 255 horsepower. When you choose all-wheel drive, dual motors are found under the hood—a 74 kW and 165 kW—giving you a whopping 320 horsepower! Just because this model is powerful doesn’t mean it lacks a reliable driving range. In fact, when standardly outfitted, you’ll have an EPA-estimated 303 miles under your belt.2 With AWD, an EPA-estimated 256 miles will keep you behind the wheel.2

EPA-Estimated Range RWD

EPA-Estimated Range AWD

303 miles2

256 miles2

Hyundai Kona Electric Hyundai Kona Electric

Another all-electric SUV in the Hyundai lineup is the new Hyundai Kona Electric. This model provides you with a lively drive thanks to a 150 kW battery that gives you a respectable 291 horsepower and 291 lb-ft of torque to play with. Across all trim levels of the Kona Electric, you’ll be able to travel far distances with an EPA-estimated 258-mile driving range.3 This equals a remarkable EPA-estimated 132 city/108 highway/120 combined MPG!3

EPA-Estimated Driving Range

258 miles3

Which EV’s Driving Range is for You?

Electric vehicles drive you into the future with a progressive performance that is completely free of fuel. No matter which one of the models you choose for your Huntington Beach, San Diego, and Vista, CA, adventures, you’ll find yourself worrying less about charging and enjoying the drive. When you’re ready to test drive your favorite EV, contact Norm Reeves Superstore and schedule a test drive! Our team is eager to earn your service and help you change the way you drive with an electric vehicle today!

1. ID.4 Pro RWD EPA estimate: 99 combined city/highway MPGe. EPA estimated total range is 260 miles. ID.4 Pro S and 1st Edition RWD EPA estimates: 97 combined city/highway MPGe. EPA estimated total range is 250 miles. ID.4 AWD Pro EPA estimate: 97 combined city/highway MPGe. EPA estimated total range is 249 miles. ID.4 AWD Pro S EPA estimate: 93 combined city/highway MPGe. EPA estimated total range is 240 miles. Actual mileage and range will vary and depend on several factors including driving and charging habits, weather and temperature, battery age, and vehicle condition. Battery capacity decreases with time and use. See owner’s manual for details.
2.2022 IONIQ 5 RWD 303-mile range based on a fully charged battery and combined MPGe. SE/SEL/Limited RWD: MPGe 132 City/98 Hwy/114 Combined MPGe and 303-mile driving range. SE/SEL/Limited AWD: MPGe 110 City/87 Hyw/90 Combined MPGe and 256-mile driving range. SE RWD (Standard Range): MPGe 127 City/ 94 Hwy/110 combined MPGe and 220-mile driving range. MPGe is the EPA-equivalent measure of gasoline fuel efficiency for electric mode operation. All figures are EPA

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