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Electric SUVs are quickly becoming the car to have if you're keen on doing away with fossil fuels, with more manufacturers releasing electrified SUVs than any other body style.

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The Kia EV6 is the brand’s first dedicated electric vehicle and its top-spec GT-Line AWD variant was the winner of Wheels Car of the Year in 2022.

As standard, the EV6 Air gets features such as; three USB ports (one type A and two type C) in the front, plus two USB Cs for rear occupants, a wireless phone charger and a six-speaker sound system. It also has 19-inch machined alloy wheels.

Electric Car Ev Buyer Guide 65 K To 80 K 2022 Hyundai Ioniq 5 23

Hyundai Ioniq 5

Rapid performance, ultra-fast 350kW charging and a palatial, thoughtfully designed cabin? Hyundai’s breakthrough EV is a compelling package. And at a reasonable price, too…

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Tesla Model Y

The midsize Tesla Model Y SUV went on sale in Australia in 2022, priced from $68,900 – although the entry price increased to $72,300 just weeks later.

In Australia, Tesla offers the Model Y alongside the Model 3 sedan, enhancing appeal with the benefits of a higher seating position and a full hatch-style boot.

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Volvo XC40

Volvo delivers you a five-door SUV with 20-inch alloy wheels, panoramic sunroof, active LED headlights, auto wipers, keyless entry and start, powered tailgate, leather seats, dual-zone climate control, a 9.0-inch touchscreen in portrait mode, sat-nav, wireless charging, leather interior and power everything.

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The iX 40 xDrive comes in two battery capacities and three specifications, starting at $135,900 before on-road costs. For that you get 21-inch wheels, auto LED headlights, 18-speaker stereo, 2.5 zone climate control, heated and massaging front seats, and keyless entry/start.

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