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Fuel-saving tips: The best electric car drivers should choose now to save money on fuel

Fuel-saving tips: The best electric car drivers should choose now to save money on fuel

The cost of filling an average family car with petrol broke the £100 mark earlier this week. And with that in mind, motorists could start thinking about electric driving. Express.co.uk is now looking at some of the best EVs motorists can buy in the UK to save money on fuel while still enjoying the driving experience.

Buying an electric car can be quite daunting for several reasons.

First, many motorists are concerned about the charging network and the availability of chargers.

Second, the initial cost of buying an EV can be incredibly high.

However, experts from MotorEasy have now come up with the biggest EV bargains.

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Renault Zoe came second on the list after losing £10,000 in value since 2019.

Drivers can now expect to pay just under £16,000 for a used version of the car.

The range of the car is approximately 250 kilometers.

Jaguar I-Pace

Jaguar I-Pace came in third after losing over £20,000 in value.

However, despite the drop, the car still costs around £42,000.

While it may seem out of reach for most people, purchasing a used I-Pace will result in a £20,000 savings.

Smart ForTwo EQ

A used Smart ForTwo EQ can now be picked for £14,700.

The car has fallen in value by almost 40 per cent since 2019 from its original price of £22,775.

It is a perfect car for city driving with a range of about 60 miles.

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