Pros and Cons
- EVs often feature the latest technology
- Emissions-free driving and cheaper running costs
- Usually more expensive to buy
- You'll sometimes need to plan ahead due to charging and range
Thinking of going electric?
Thanks to ongoing development in powertrain technology, electric cars are now readily available from a wide variety of the world's top automotive manufacturers.
Emitting zero emissions, their all-electric powertrains are the cleanest available, while range has been significantly improved in recent years to make EVs a serious contender for everyday life.
Due to increasing interest in the electric car market, it has become one of the most competitive there is, which means you'll have plenty to choose from.
Road Test Review: Nissan ARIYA Advance
The ARIYA is an all-electric front-runner in the Nissan range, with Advance specification adding a welcome host of tech.
Road Test Review: Kia EV6 Air
Bold, efficient, and packed with hi-tech equipment, the EV6 Air is an all-electric SUV with plenty of road appeal.
Road Test Review: Kia Soul EV Maxx
The Kia Soul EV Maxx is a practical and versatile electric car with considerable mile range available.
Road Test Review: Renault ZOE GT Line
With top-drawer technology and safety features on offer with the range-topping GT Line spec, the Renault ZOE is an excellent all-electric front-runner.
Road Test Review: Ford Mustang Mach-E GT
The Ford Mustang Mach-E GT is a state-of-the-art fully-electric SUV. Is the Mustang name justified? It may not sound like a V8, but it's actually faster from 0 to 62mph.
Road Test Review: Nissan LEAF e+ Tekna
The Nissan LEAF's additional EV range in e+ Tekna form negates the effects of range anxiety well, making for a popular car with those after something green.
Road Test Review: Citroën ë-SpaceTourer Business Edition
The ë-SpaceTourer in Business Edition form comes with a host of tech and gadgets to suit both personal and business lives alike.
First Drive Review: Nissan ARIYA
The Nissan ARIYA leads the way for the Japanese brand's EV charge, and if the ARIYA is anything to go by, then there's no doubt it will be a successful one.
First Drive Review: Ford Mustang Mach-E
The Mach-E will prove to many of its doubters that it's more than deserving of the famous Mustang moniker.
First Drive Review: Renault ZOE
Greatly reducing range anxiety with its impressive electric range, the new Renault ZOE proves small electric cars are no longer a gimmick.
First Drive Review: Nissan LEAF
Read our expert Nissan LEAF first drive review. Explore the key features and discover if it's the right car for you.
First Drive Review: Kia Soul EV
The new Kia Soul EV has levelled up in almost every way while retaining its distinctive boxy looks.
First Drive Review: Kia EV6
The Kia EV6 breaks the electric car mould, coming with a futuristic design language, plenty of tech, and a practical all-electric range.