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Best electric SUVs of 2022

If you’re looking to make the switch to electric for your next new car and also want the benefits of an SUV, you’re spoiled for choice. There are shedloads to pick from in this not-so-niche category, with the boom in popularity for high-riding cars resulting in a variety of emissions-free options. With so much to choose from though, you might find yourself a little stuck. Well, here are the 10 best all electric SUVs to help you out.

kia EV6

1. Kia EV6

9/10
Battery range up to 328 miles
carwow price from
£399* / month (£41,080)
audi Q4 e-tron

2. Audi Q4 e-tron

9/10
Battery range up to 314 miles
carwow price from
£476* / month (£43,162)
bmw iX

3. BMW iX

Battery range up to 380 miles
carwow price from
£823* / month
skoda Enyaq

4. Skoda Enyaq

8/10
Battery range up to 329 miles
carwow price from
£385* / month (£40,970)
hyundai Ioniq 5

5. Hyundai Ioniq 5

8/10
Battery range up to 300 miles
carwow price from
£396* / month (£39,206)
tesla Model Y

6. Tesla Model Y

8/10
Battery range up to 331 miles
carwow price from
£487* / month (£55,990)
ford Mustang Mach-E

7. Ford Mustang Mach-e

8/10
Battery range up to 379 miles
carwow price from
£592* / month (£47,530)
volvo XC40 Recharge

8. Volvo XC40 Recharge

8/10
Battery range up to 264 miles
carwow price from
£508* / month (£45,250)
peugeot e-2008

9. Peugeot e-2008

7/10
Battery range up to 191 miles
carwow price from
£360* / month (£31,513)
audi e-tron

10. Audi e-tron

8/10
Battery range up to 310 miles
carwow price from
£524* / month (£57,742)

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Electric SUVs FAQs

Just like a car running out of petrol, an EV running out of charge will simply come to a stop. You’ll have to call for a recovery vehicle to tow you to an available charging point — it’s not quite as easy as bringing a jerry can along.

Keeping your electric car on charge at home overnight may be wise if you’re using it often and for longer journeys, particularly if you’re unsure when the next available charging point may be.

You can get a discount on the price of brand new low-emission vehicles through a grant the government gives to vehicle dealerships and manufacturers. This is called the Plug-in Car Grant.

You do not need to ask your dealer about the grant nor do you have to apply for it – the dealer will include the value of the grant in the vehicle’s price.

The grant means you can get up to a maximum of £2,500 off the price of an electric car – for EVs priced under £35,000. This grant was £3,000 for vehicles under £50,000 but was changed in March 2021 when the government announced it wanted to target less expensive models and allow the scheme’s funding to go further.