Our Top Picks for Electric Vehicles (EV)


Electric vehicles (EV) are becoming increasingly popular and desirable as the world strives to combat climate change with governments offering incentives to those who join the movement. EVs produce zero emissions, which is a great improvement over combustion engines that pollute our air. The technological advances in the industry have made EVs become easier to use and have provided us with more options.

Here are our top picks

RRP: $44,990
Range: 263 km

The MG ZS is the most affordable option for those looking to get into the EV market in the mid-sized SUV category. The ZS EV features equivalent specs to its highest model of petrol version with extras. Some key features include 17-inch wheels, an 8-inch multimedia screen with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and Satellite navigation, a panoramic sunroof, keyless entry/start ignition, power adjustable seating and MG Pilot Safety technology; the ZS EV is surely a no-brainer at its price tag.

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Nissan LEAF 40kW
RRP: $53,190
Range: 270 km

If you’re in the market for a smaller electric car then the Nissan LEAF is the car for you. The second generation received a face lift and consists of a bigger battery seeing a longer range. Featuring ‘One-pedal Driving’, it allows the car to recuperate energy when you ease off the accelerator. The LEAF has plenty of comfort features including auto LED headlights, intelligent cruise control, heated seats, power folding mirrors, and many more.

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Hyundai IONIQ Electric
RRP: $54415
Range: 311 km

With its sporty aesthetics, the IONIQ is sure to be a head turner. Feature-packed with a 10.25-inch multimedia panel and all the goodies you would expect including 7 airbags with Hyundai’s Smart Sense driver assist system, premium audio system with 8 speakers – the IONIQ is certainly a crowd pleaser.

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Tesla Model 3
RRP: $59,048
Range: 448 km

Featuring the capability of an Autopilot mode, Tesla is known for its forward-thinking innovative technology. A security function, ‘Sentry Mode’ allows the car to monitor the environment around via cameras when unattended. Ample storage space at 542L, large 15-inch dashboard/multimedia touchscreen; the Tesla a unique one.

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Kia Niro EV
RRP: $67,490
Range: 455 km

Regenerative technology producing longer range, spacious interior equipped with intuitive technology inclusive of enhanced driver-assist features like autonomous emergency braking and smart cruise control, the Niro EV is the perfect car for the family road trips.

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At beCarWise, we are experts at sourcing and negotiating fleet pricing on new EVs. Get in touch with our consultants to arrange a novated lease on your electric vehicle today. Read more about the savings you could take advantage of here.

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