Price from: £32,180
This electric vehicle has a range of 217 miles after a single charge. When charging on the go, on a rapid half an hour charge, you can fill 80% of the battery. This car is much more spacious than many other electric cars on the market, with a large amount of boot space and enough seats for your family to sit comfortably.
Fiat 500 Electric
Price from: £22,335
This car has a range of between 115-199 miles, models that have a range of 115 miles are great for running errands and making short trips. However, if you need to make longer journeys, such as when you commute to work, it may be better to opt for a model that has a range of up to 199 miles.
Price from: £30,050
This EV is great for those that need a car to run errands in, as the range is only 124 miles on a single charge. Due to the smaller battery the car is cheaper, lighter and has a better agility than other EVs on the market.
MG ZS EV
Price from: £28,495
The MG ZS has a range between 163 and 250 miles, depending on where you are driving. This is definitely a family car with lots of room and a spacious boot. The car also comes with a 7-year warranty.
Price from: £27,900
Depending on the model, the MINI Electric ranges from below 100 miles to 145 miles, meaning it is a better choice of vehicle if you only need it for errands. The car is very similar to its petrol/diesel equivalent, but will start faster than the other fossil fuel models.
MG 5 EV
Price from: £26,695
This electric vehicle has a larger range than many of the other affordable electric cars on the market as it has a range of between 200 to 250 miles on a single charge. It is also bigger than many of the other cars, with 5 doors and plenty of room. Like the other MG model on this list, it also has a 7-year warranty.
Price from: £28,995
The Nissan Leaf has a range of between 168 to 180 miles on a single charge. The car has been around since 2011 and is still on the market proving it is a reliable car. It does, however, need some upgrades, but if you are looking for your first EV for your family this car might be a good starting point.
Price from: £28,550
Similar to its petrol equivalent, the Peugeot e-208 drives well and has a range between 217 to 225 miles on a single charge. In 20 minutes, on a fast charge, you can charge your battery up to the equivalent of 100 miles, which is great if you are taking a longer trip.
Smart EQ Fortwo
Price from: £20,350
This small, two-seater, electric car is perfect for driving around for errands as it has a range of 70-80 miles. To charge this EV to 80% will take 40 minutes on a fast charge, and will charge up fully at home in 6 hours.
Price from: £29,179
This four-seater EV has a range of 200 to 245 miles on a single charge. Due to upgrades the car now has 50 kW charging for a larger range. This car is spacious and great for a family of four.
Hyundai Kona Electric
Price from: £31,325
This EV has a large range of between 189 to 280 miles on a single charge, depending on the battery size and how you drive the car. The car is known to be reliable and has a warranty of up to five-years.
Price from: £29,305
The Vauxhall Corsa-e has a range of 160 to 222 miles depending on your journey type. For those who are worried about swapping to electric this car is very similar to its petrol alternative. The car is also spacious so is great for families.