Canada in Top 10 Countries for EV Pricing

Nissan’s LEAF served as a benchmark for this study. (Photo: Nissan)

It’s more affordable to purchase an EV in Canada than we might think.

U.K.-based Compare The Market has published a study that shows which countries offer the most affordable EVs, as well as which countries are the most expensive.

The Global EV Index from comparethemarket.com used the price of the Nissan LEAF as a benchmark for this research, since the LEAF is one of the most widely available EVs around the world:

10 cheapest countries to purchase an EV:

1. Spain – $28,620

2. Réunion – $28,730

3. Portugal – $29,702

4. Poland – $30,680

5. Japan – $30,703

6. Norway – $31,439

7. United States – $31,600

8. Canada – $31,893

9. France – $32,487

10. Republic of Ireland – $33,028

10 most expensive countries to purchase an EV:

1. Singapore – $110,326

2. Thailand – $64,675

3. Argentina – $61,600

4. Taiwan – $50,362

5. Malaysia – $46,655

6. Israel – $45,757

7. Brazil – $45,630

8. Costa Rica – $42,500

9. Finland – $42,211

10. Sweden – $41,288

(Currency in USD)

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