The electric cars are now a household name, with Tesla and Nissan leading the charge.
But it’s the next-generation, battery-electric Model S and Model X that are selling the most.
But they’re not all the same.
We have our pick of five electric vehicles for drivers to choose from.
Tesla Model S, Model X What we like: The Model S is a premium sedan.
The Model X is a crossover SUV.
The Tesla Model X gets a little more expensive, but it also gets a lot more performance.
Chevrolet Bolt, Chevy Volt What we don’t like: We like the Bolt a lot.
The Bolt can reach 60 mph in less than 3 seconds.
The electric car is still not a mass market product, and the Chevy Bolt is getting less attention than its rivals.
Nissan Leaf, Nissan Leaf Hybrid What we liked: Nissan has finally gotten serious about electric vehicles.
The Leaf has a range of 80 miles, which is great.
The range of the Leaf Hybrid is also great, but the battery lasts much longer than the Leaf.
Mercedes-Benz E-Class, Mercedes-AMG E-class, Mercedes E-series What we didn’t like : The E-Series, the E-line of the Mercedes-AMP E-50 line, is the best-selling electric car.
The E50 is a plug-in hybrid car that offers a range in excess of 100 miles.
The Range-to-Charge feature on the E50 also works on the electric car, which means you can get the E 50’s range in under an hour, and it will recharge in under 2 hours.
The battery life is better than the Range-To-Charge technology, but not as good as the Range Mode option, which lets you choose between charging with a battery pack or plugging in a traditional car charger.
BMW i3, BMW i5 What we got: The BMW i2 is a good car.
It’s fun to drive.
The BMW EfficientDrive system has a great range, and you can customize the car’s ride height and weight to suit your riding style.
The i3 has a slightly more powerful electric motor than the E2 and E3, which makes it better for urban driving, but we’re not as impressed by the i3 as the BMW E2.
The only negative we found is that the BMW i7 is a bit pricey.
Honda Fit EV, Honda Fit, Honda Insight What we love: Honda has been doing a lot of EV innovation over the last few years.
It now offers the Fit EV as a premium car, but they’re still focusing on plug-ins and fuel cells.
The Fit EV is a sporty crossover SUV with a range that’s more than enough for most urban driving.
The EV’s price is a little high, but you can easily make a couple hundred dollars off of it if you drive it in urban driving and keep it around town.
The Honda Fit EVs are the most popular EV for the first time, but there are also a few others coming soon, including the Honda Insight, Honda Ridgeline, and Honda Odyssey.
The Insight and Ridglean have more range, but aren’t as fun to ride.
Hyundai Sonata, Hyundai Sonoda Hybrid What you should get: The Sonata is a supercar, but Hyundai is not known for supercar design.
It has a supercharged engine, but that engine is only good for about 60 miles per charge.
The Sonatas range is pretty low, so you’ll probably be better off getting the other models.
The hybrid’s price tag isn’t terrible, but if you’re looking for a little bit more, the Sonatans range is good enough for many people.
BMW 7 Series, BMW X5 What you get: You get a 7 Series with an engine that’s only about 20 percent bigger than the BMW X4.
That’s a lot smaller, but BMW makes some of the best hybrid engines in the world.
The 7 Series is a great car, and if you’ve got the money, you should probably get the 7 Series Hybrid.
Honda Pilot, Honda CR-V, Honda Pilot Sport What we loved: Honda’s flagship hybrid has a lot going for it, and we like its price.
The Pilot is the most powerful hybrid we’ve ever driven, and when you get it in a sports car, it gets a huge boost in performance.
The CR- V is a fun and comfortable hybrid, and has the best range of any car we tested.
The sporty CR-VE sports car is the only hybrid we tested that offered a battery that lasted longer than 20 percent of its rated range.
Toyota Mirai, Toyota Prius, Toyota Yaris What we hated: The Prius is the worst hybrid we ever drove.
We had trouble finding a Prius that didn’t have some sort of software bug. You can’t