Today, there are many, many different types of electric vehicles (EVs). Some are all-electric (BEV), while some are plug-in hybrid (PHEV). Some are sedans, while others are SUVs.
Furthermore, each and every year there are more and more models. For example, in just 2021, there are over 15 new EVs. The most anticipated new models include the Cybertruck, Rivian R1T, and VW ID.4.
No matter what type of car shopper you are, there is an EV for you. This is especially true for family haulers. For families, a vehicle needs to have ample passenger and cargo space, plenty of range for long road trips, and affordably priced.
As such, car manufacturers have released their take on the ultimate family PHEV or BEV. Each one provides a different value with a focus on pricing, vehicle size, or performance.
Here are 12 great plug-in hybrid and electric cars for families:
12 Great Plug-In Hybrid and Electric Cars for Families:
As you can see, there are many different plug-in hybrid and electric cars for families. Each of these family electric cars have their own advantages and disadvantages.
For small families, crossovers like the ID.4, Tesla Model Y, or Toyota RAV4 Prime are great since they balance value with price. For larger families, the Tesla Model X, Rivian R1S, or Volvo XC-90 Recharge are great for the additional seating and cargo space.
In any case, any of these plug-in hybrids or all-electric cars will definitely save you money as each are significantly more efficient than a typical internal combustion engine (ICEV) or gas car.
If you are interested in making the switch to electric but aren’t sure which one is right for you, feel free to schedule a free consultation. We’ll go over your options and can help you find the most suited EV for your lifestyle. Through our services, we will also go over EV basics such as maintenance, incentives, and charging.
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