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Best electric SUVs and crossovers 2021

Given the popularity of crossovers and larger SUVs these days, it is no surprise that so many manufacturers are choosing to launch their first EVs on this body style, whether they are existing models or brand new cars.

In fact, the range of options available is impressive, spanning a wide price range – from cheaper electrical crossovers valued at £ 25,000 to luxury models at six-figure prices.

So if you are thinking about switching to an electric model and you are interested in an SUV, these are the best options …

Ford Mustang Mach-E – from £ 41,330

While it may have been a bold decision for Ford to introduce the “Mustang” name for its new electric SUV, with an exciting driving experience and attractive muscle car design, it actually fits better than expected.

With a fantastic high-tech interior resembling that of a Tesla and an impressive electric range of up to 379 miles on the longest range model, this is an extremely attractive SUV.

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BMW iX3 – from £ 58,850

BMW is really preparing its offensive for electric cars. The iX3 is one of several battery-powered cars that the company will launch in the coming year. This model is the first electric SUV and is essentially a battery-powered version of the company’s popular X3 model.

With its high-quality and spacious interior, it makes a good family model, while a large 80 kWh battery also enables an impressive electric range of 279 miles.

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Skoda Enyaq – from £ 31,995

Skoda has always managed to make affordable and extremely practical family cars, and that hasn’t changed with the company’s transition to electrification. The company’s first bespoke EV is the Enyaq, which uses the same MEB platform as Volkswagen’s ID.4 (also on this list) and offers a very spacious interior and impressively classy design.

With prices starting at £ 31,995, it’s fantastic value for a model of this type, while an electric range of up to 333 miles makes the car more than capable even on longer journeys.

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Peugeot e-2008 – from £ 30,730

If you don’t need an EV as big as the others on this list – and still want SUV looks – then you should take a look at the Peugeot e-2008. It puts a lot of emphasis on style and has a fantastic, high-quality interior that’s packed with tech, especially in higher-end cars.

Spaciousness is not the greatest asset, but it offers a lot more space than a conventional electric super mini. It has a 50kWh battery that gives a reasonable range of 206 miles and a 100kW fast charge function that allows for quick recharging.

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Audi e-tron – from £ 62,025

Audi is also expanding its range of electric cars, but its first model of this type is the e-tron – a classic, high-quality electric SUV that is somewhere between the company’s Q5 and Q7 in terms of size.

You can choose it as a conventional model or a sleeker Sportback model, both of which are some of the most impressive electric SUVs on the market today. A variety of battery options are available, with models offering an electric range of up to 249 miles.

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Mercedes EQA – from £ 44,495

The EQ electric models from Mercedes are increasing rapidly, and the latest addition is the EQA – the cheapest EV based on the conventional GLA SUV.

It has a really impressive interior that perfectly combines engineering and quality, while there are a number of different powertrains to suit different buyers. There is currently only one battery option that offers a range of up to 264 miles. However, models with a longer range are also in preparation.

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Volkswagen ID.4 – from £ 32,150

Shortly after the introduction of the electric ID.3 hatchback, the ID.4 was introduced as Volkswagen’s first electric SUV. It has the same fast drivetrain as its smaller sibling and is capable of driving up to 323 miles in top equipment.

But possibly the ID.4’s strength lies in its interior, which offers plenty of space for the whole family – possibly even more than the regular VW Tiguan. With entry-level options recently added to the range, the price drops to a respectable £ 32,150, including the government subsidy for electric cars

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Jaguar I-Pace – from £ 65,245

Although Jaguar is best known for its sedans and sports cars, in recent years the brand’s SUVs have proven to be the most popular – not least the electric I-Pace.

This model made a serious impression when it was launched in 2018 thanks to its sportier driving experience, while still maintaining the upscale interior and fantastic design of this British brand’s models. A powerful electric drive train and a spacious interior make it one of the best models in its industry.

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Hyundai Kona Electric – from £ 27,950

Today, Hyundai is one of the leading companies in the field of electric cars. The model that really got people talking was the Kona Electric – a compact crossover that features an impressive powertrain that allows for a very generous range of 300 miles with its larger 64 kWh battery,

While the Kona Electric is on the more compact end of the spectrum, it gets a ton of off-the-shelf gear for the price, while a recently released update for 2021 has more tech and bolder design.

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MG ZS EV – from £ 26,095

If you’re looking for an affordable electric crossover, the MG ZS EV should be a model that should be at the top of your shopping list. It starts at just £ 26,095, including the government electric car grant.

Despite its low price, this MG still offers a spacious interior, a long list of standard equipment and an electric range of 163 miles. While this may not be the longest, it should prove sufficient for those who spend most of their time on shorter trips or driving around town.

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