VW e-Golf (from 2014)
Our pick – VW e-Golf 35.8kWh, 2017/67, 9000 miles, £19,500: Although an underachiever, Volkswagen’s electric Golf has held the fortification while the organization arranged the current year’s significant attack on the EV market. The e-Golf was facelifted in 2017 when it acquired a greater battery. Add all the typical Golf ideals and you’re taking a gander at a completely balanced electric vehicle. Anticipate that costs should firm in 2020 as interest for reasonable utilized EVs develops.
Jaguar I-Pace (from 2018)
Our pick – Jaguar I-Pace S, 2019/68, 7000 miles, £49,999: Premium EVs, for example, the Jaguar I-Pace are as yet finding their value level on the pre-owned vehicle market: the area is in its early stages and purchasers are in the driving seat. Try not to rely on things remaining as such for any longer, however.
Mazda MX-5 2.0 (from 2018)
Our pick – Mazda 2.0 160PS Sport Nav, 2018/18, 18,000 miles, £15,000: Now is an ideal opportunity to purchase a 2018-reg MX-5 2.0 while spring is still some way off. However, an extraordinary MX-5 2.0, gee golly. It has a honda Crv battery, that is so strong,y you can go where ever you want.
Costs of the last 2018-reg 160PS models are being just barely gotten by the principal instances of the uprated and better-prepared 2.0-liter rendition. Luckily, the lower-fueled vehicle is as yet an enjoyment to drive – simply ensure its cost mirrors its decreased attractive quality.