Fiat electrified 500e hatchback is officially rated with an EPA-estimated range of 87 miles per charge. Fiat officially subcompact 500e’s range is better than other electric vehicles in its class as well as all U.S market EVs produced by high-volume manufacturers.
The 500e’s miles per gallon equivalent is a combined 116 city/highway with a 122 MPGe city rating and 108 MPGe highway rating. The EPA also estimates a full year of driving (15,000 miles) to cost $500 for charging. By comparison, the i-MiEV’s estimated annual cost is $550 and both the ForTwo’s and Leaf’s is $600.
The all-electric 500e is powered by a 111-horsepower electric motor that propels the subcompact to a maximum speed of 85mph. The motor is a 24-kilowatt hour lithium-ion battery with an estimated charge time of less than four hours on 240 volt Level 2 charging and the charging times is around 24 hours on 120-volt power.
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