InsideEVs ranks the best plug-in electric cars by range per dollar.
The graph below shows cars with prices per mile of official EPA range for all-electric cars – both at MSRP and after destination charges and tax credits.
Cars are ordered by results for price per mile MSRP, although as you can see in some the ranking after destination and tax credit is different than the MSRP ranking.
The best example for this is Chevrolet Spark EV, which was almost the winner by MSRP, but after including Tax Credit it won with ease. Spark EV stands at just $307/$226 per mile of EPA range. Not strange that after recent price reductions this is a hot seller.
Tesla Model S is strong too thanks to its large battery packs and long range.
The best selling EV in the world, Nissan Leaf comes just after.
On the left side you’ll can find the BMW i3, but here the result is high compared to the others because this is premium vehicle.
The average for all BEVs stands at $390/$316.
Plug-in cars with range extenders / conventional engines are listed in the graph below.