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Just like most things, driving an EV isn't one-size-fits-all. Pick the vehicle category that fits your lifestyle. For now, most EVs are sedans. But pickups and SUVs are coming on the market and that trend will continue. Please note our tool displays models that the automakers say are for sale in Canada – availability and wait times may vary.
Everyone in Canada has access to the federal EV incentive program. However, some provinces offer additional incentives. Knowing your province will help us show you the real cost of an EV, after incentives.
Please input the amount you would like to spend in total, our tool will calculate potential incentives based on your location and apply them at the end. There are many different makes and models of eligible zero-emission vehicles for purchase or lease that provide consumers with incentives of up to $5,000 from the Government of Canada's Incentives for Zero-Emission Vehicles (iZEV) Program or available incentives in your province.
When answering this question, think of your average day and not your busiest or longest day. The average Canadian commute is 15 km each way, for instance, and EVs these days average 250-400 km of range. If you drive long distances on a very regular basis, without nightly access to a charging outlet, a hybrid may be better for you and our tool will display that.
An average EV has a range of 250-400km per full charge. If you drive long distances on a very regular basis, without nightly access to a charging outlet, a hybrid may be better for you and our tool will display that.