Electric SUVs combine style and practicality with low running costs so we understand why they are so popular. Here are our top 7 favorites you can buy right now in 2022. Find the best electric SUV for you on the list provided by the editors of Kelley Blue Book. They gave each SUV a test drive and ranked them in terms of drivability. Car Series Technology Features Cargo Car Value Safety
There’s no shortage of options for electric SUVs in 2022. From the affordable MG ZS EV (winner of our 2022 Car of the Year and Best Value Electric Vehicle awards) to the exciting Ford Mustang Mach-E and the highly anticipated Tesla Model Y these zero-emission home haulers car Brings together a set of desirable attributes: stylish styling practicality and low running costs.
Company car drivers will also benefit from the lowest Benefit-in-Kind (BiK) rates for electric SUVs while those who drive to London regularly will benefit from their exemption from congestion charges.
The variety of electric SUVs on the market is also expanding. Polestar Smart Toyota Subaru and Lotus are both due to launch new models this year while Kia’s upcoming flagship will be a zero-emission seven-seater and the all-electric Range Rover is due in 2024.
So to make it easier to find the right electric SUV for you we’ve rounded up the 7 best electric SUVs of 2022 and video reviews of all of them below so you can learn more:
1. MG ZS EV
Since its launch in 2019 the MG ZS EV zero emission vehicle offers many very affordable avenues. For 2022 MG has given it a facelift updated its styling and introduced a new long-range version with a range of up to 273 miles.
Prices still start well below £30,000 and there’s plenty of interior space as well as a 470-litre boot which should make the ZS EV an ideal choice for most families. The update also brings a new digital driver display behind the steering wheel and a 10.1-inch center Touchscreen with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity. Read our full review to learn more.
2. Skoda Enyaq iV
Skoda is known for producing high-value and well-thought-out family cars with petrol and diesel engines but the Enyaq iV is its first attempt to do the same with electricity. This is a very good one. Using the Volkswagen Group-specific MEB electric vehicle architecture means Plenty of interior space for passengers and luggage not to mention the all-round visibility through those large windows.
In terms of technology you can choose from three different powertrain options: the Enyaq iV 60 the Enyaq iV 80 and the all-wheel drive Enyaq iV 80x. They offer 255 to 336 miles of driving range and all models have decent fast charging capabilities so you can fast charge for longer periods of time travel. There are also a variety of interior ‘themes’ to choose from using sustainable materials to give the cabin a unique feel. Read our full review to learn more.
3. BMW iX
The iX is the German premium brand’s flagship electric SUV and the largest model in its rapidly expanding range of zero-emission models. That means you get all-wheel drive and impressive performance thanks to the dual-motor setup in all three versions announced so far. It’s also great to drive in a car of this size with 380 miles on a full charge.
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At the heart of the iX cockpit is a slim instrument panel with a 14.9-inch curved display and a 12.3-inch digital driver’s display both crisp and responsive. The interior of the iX feels light and airy as a whole plus there’s room for adults Back and 500 liter boots. Read our full review to learn more.
4. Ford Mustang Mach-E
The Mustang Mach-E is Ford’s first proper effort at a purpose-built electric vehicle: designed to compete with Tesla and beat it at its own game. It’s drivable enough to justify the Mustang badge but at the same time it’s not a hardcore sports car: it’s big and practical enough to satisfy Family SUV introduction made easy.
Available in a variety of models range from 249 to 379 miles in rear- or four-wheel drive and feature remarkable fast-charging capabilities. However if you want more a high-performance GT model is now also available. Read our full review to learn more and be sure to check out our Head-to-head twin test between Mach-E and Tesla Model 3.
5. Audi Q4 e-tron
The Audi Q4 e-tron uses the same underpinnings as the Skoda Enyaq iV and Volkswagen ID.4 so it has a range of up to 316 miles and 125kW fast charging. It also means it’s Audi’s most affordable EV right now and it’s a great family car because The interior is spacious and comfortable to drive.
The Q4 e-tron’s interior is as upscale as you’d expect from an Audi and it’s more user-friendly than the ID.4’s cabin without losing the amount of technology available. Lots of rear leg and headroom even for adults and big boots.
The Audi isn’t as good a value as the Skoda but if you want something a little more upscale the Q4 e-tron is a solid choice. Read our full review to learn more and be sure to check out our head-to-head twin test between the Q4 e-tron and Tesla Model Y here.
6. Tesla Model Y
The Model Y is the small electric SUV many have been waiting for. Based on the Model 3 sedan the mid-size SUV boasts a roomy cabin infotainment system and practicality thanks to a 117-liter “trunk” under the hood and a whopping 854 liters of luggage space. it is good.
Plus performance remains astounding thanks to the dual-motor setup found in the currently available range and high-performance models. Prices start from almost £55,000 but one of the main benefits of owning a Tesla is access to the brand’s extensive Supercharger network. use a With the latest V3 supercharger you can charge your Model Y’s battery from 0% to 80% in 36 minutes. Read our full review to learn more.
7. Mercedes EQB
Before the Mercedes EQB the only seven-seat EV options were some van-derived minibuses and the super-premium Tesla Model X. All versions of the EQB sold in the UK will come standard with three rows of seats with the rearmost seat providing plenty of room for children and get ISOFIX points.
Both the EQB 300 and EQB 350 feature a 66.5kWh battery with a range of over 250 miles and with all-wheel drive even the entry-level version will satisfy most people’s daily needs and provide a smooth and relaxing driving experience. EQB also gets Same great MBUX infotainment setup as the more expensive EQC. Read our full review to learn more.