Best Electric Cars for 2021 | Top Rated EV Cars & SUVs | Model 3, Leaf, Taycan, Bolt, Rivian & More!

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Mark Takahashi runs through the best electric vehicles on the market today, as well as a few upcoming electric cars that are scheduled to be released in 2021 and 2022. The experts at Edmunds go through an extensive evaluation process on all the vehicles we test, and EVs are no exception.

We’ve rated and ranked all of these cars and SUVs to bring you the very best electric cars you can buy today, from the ever-popular Tesla Model 3 and Nissan Leaf to the new players in the game, the Rivian R1T and Polestar 2. Mark also covers luxury electric vehicles, such as the Porsche Taycan and Ford Mustang Mach-E, as well as the EVs we can expect in the coming years, such as the electric F-150, the Nissan Ariya and the GMC Hummer EV. So join us today as Edmunds brings you the very best electric cars for 2021.

Tesla Model 3 prices, reviews and pictures:
Kia Niro EV prices, reviews and pictures:
Hyundai Kona Electric prices, reviews and pictures:
Chevy Bolt prices, reviews and pictures:
Nissan Leaf prices, reviews and pictures:
Ford Mustang Mach-E prices, reviews and pictures:
Porsche Taycan prices, reviews and pictures:
Audi e-tron prices, reviews and pictures:
Jaguar I-Pace prices, reviews and pictures:
Polestar 2 prices, reviews and pictures:
Tesla Model Y prices, reviews and pictures:
Nissan Ariya prices, reviews and pictures:
Volvo XC40 Recharge prices, reviews and pictures:
GMC Hummer EV prices, reviews and pictures:
Rivian R1T prices, reviews and pictures:
Ford F-150 electric:
See our list of the Best Electric Cars:

Intro 00:00
Tesla Model 3 1:06
Kia Niro EV 2:46
Hyundai Kona Electric 3:28
Chevrolet Bolt 4:21
Nissan Leaf 4:36
Ford Mustang Mach-E 4:54
Porsche Taycan 6:08
Audi e-tron 7:02
Jaguar I-Pace 7:42
Polestar 2 8:15
Tesla Model Y 9:05
Volvo XC40 Recharge 9:52
Nissan Ariya 10:13
GMC Hummer EV 10:42
Rivian R1T 11:16
Ford F-150 EV 11:49

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25 replies on “Best Electric Cars for 2021 | Top Rated EV Cars & SUVs | Model 3, Leaf, Taycan, Bolt, Rivian & More!”

I bought into Tesla early. Prompted by the Tesla philosophy on science, engineering, innovation, recharging- the whole spectrum. Ordered the S85D in 2013, unseen, never saw or drove one before my own car collected October 2015. Previous cars 3 Audi A8 2 Merc SL and Porsche Boxster S. Still have the S85D and looking forward to another S as soon as RHD becomes available. From 2014 started buying shares in Tesla, shares that gave risen in value driven by the rapidly increasing sales. Every car sold gets demonstrated to friends and that is an exponential effect. Cost of ownership decreases, the car improves with over the air updates. Don’t listen to professional reviewers alone. Ask owners as well. You cannot drive what you have bought in the area of dealership costs , servicing, advertising. You pay for these but get little benefit. Do it differently.

A very long way to go before I would consider abandoning Tesla. I do seriously wonder about the mind set of those who knock Tesla and if they have any capability of logical thought. I suspect influences of massive advertising budgets (paid for by customers) being relayed by lazy people who do not research before buying what for most is the largest or second largest purchase they make.

You did not include VW ID4 which is shipping but reviewed nissan Arya which is yet to show up!!!? Was VW not willing to pay the bribe to be included !? Way to discredit the authenticity of your content


I wonder if the great green brains have considered this? :thinking::thinking:

Snow, Traffic Jams, and Electric Cars.
Can we show a little forethought and practicality? Has anyone thought about it?
If all cars were electric … and were caught up in a three hour traffic jam… dead batteries! Then what?
Not to mention, that there is virtually no heating in an electric vehicle.
And if you get stuck on the road all night, no battery, no heating !!!
You can try calling 911 to bring women and children to safety!
But they can not even come to help you since all roads are blocked !!!
And when the roads become unblocked no one can move!
How do you charge the thousands of cars from the traffic jam?
Same problem during summer vacation departures with miles of traffic jams.
This will make cars run out of "fuel" and cause never ending traffic jams.
But that, nobody talks about, of course!

I like that they are faster than petrol cars, but why are most electric cars so damned ugly. plus be real they generate a lot of CO2 during manufacturing. Also. I like that they are so expensive because it keeps the poor people of the roads.

People have no idea what they are wishing for and the implications….
China holds the cards for those rare earth minerals and that makes the US dependent once again, on another country or regime for energy. Remember the oil crisis in the 70’s ?
Also, electricity is generated by burning a fossil fuel… natural gas. We will still need oil for those reduced-weight plastics inside and out. Tires as well.

Making any car is extremely impactful on the environment, even those EVs.. yeah they are cars no matter how they spin the message and going to electric isn’t the solution to cleaner emissions.. we’ve been doing that with higher and higher cafe standards and cars run cleaner now than ever before .

Think range anxiety. Think battery death and disposal. Seeping toxins into landfills. Think competition for electricity on an antiquated grid. Yes, just like when demand goes up for gas…gas prices rise… and so will your electric bill. DRASTICALLY!!

The US and Europe will bare the brunt of crazy high priced EVs while China, Russia and India keep belching carbon. The US and Europa will also be held hostage especially by China as they’ll mine those rare earth minerals for batteries and over the years have watched us like deer in the headlights, running around like idiots toward electric cars and laughing all the time knowing they’ll have us over the barrel… uh well, maybe the battery?

Also don’t buy a gas powered car anytime soon if you usually keep a car more than 6-8 years. Yes the average monthly payment is 580.00 and an EV will set you back closer to 800.00 even with the so-called tax break.
Lastly, save your pennies for an electrician to install the charger. 4-7,000 bucks if you don’t want to run a cable thru a window into your basement and unplug the dryer every night. Many municipalities won’t allow you to run a cable across your lawn or down your driveway.

EV’s are a fashionable way for car makers to engage a certain audience and with governments going insane and mandating a horizon for EVs to be on the road, mfgs are investing your investor money in a bad deal any way you loo at it.

Like I said, DO NOT BUY A GAS POWERED CAR TODAY IF YOU USUALLY KEEP A CAR MORE THAN 6 YEARS. You’ll be left holding a car that no one will want. And god forbid you still owe on that SUV or pickup truck in the drive way because you can’t convert an internal combustion engine to run on electricity.

I’m confused on why people keep saying they wish Tesla’s came with android auto or CarPlay. They are so much inferior to the onboard System in Tesla. As some who’s used all 3 I can say this with confidence. Those are only great when your cars system is outdated.

Like the idea of a EV but the idea that I own the hardware but none of the software that makes it run and must continue to pay a licensing fee or have my car become a lawn ornament …no thanks.

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