I am surprised that the Chevy Bolt EV was passed over as top ten EV's.
They are are currently selling for less than $30k, have Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration, thermal battery management which extends cold weather range and they get 259 miles per charge.
Add me to the list of annoyed people. How do you leave the Bolt off the list and have the Leaf (which isn't a bad car, mostly) up there with "proven reliability" as a justification? The Leaf's battery pack is passively conditioned, and thus degrades more quickly than others on your list (and the Bolt).
This is just incomplete, or John Quain doesn't much like GM.
What? The all-battery EV that is actually available in all 50 states and in several other countries around the world, has been around since 2016, and is a SOLID performer with very high quality ratings, great range, and utility... isn't even ON THE LIST? The CHEVY BOLT EV. I've tried almost all the cars on this list, and for the money, utility, egress/ingress, and range the Bolt wins. And why aren't the upcoming VW's on this list? Or the Kona Niro, which is a great car.
Publishing stuff like this doesn't do you or anyone a service. It's like Fox News. Lies or out of context BS for money.