These are the best electric cars for dog owners
If you need a car that will provide more than enough space for you and your dog, then there are plenty of options. However, what if you feel like switching to an electric car, but still want to take your four-legged friend with you?
Well, these days there are more options than you might think. Here we’ll take a look at some of the best electric vehicles on sale today for dog owners.
Ford Mustang Mach-E
Ford took a while to enter the electric car market, but is now moving forward with the Mustang Mach-e. Wearing the iconic pony badge that has graced countless performance Mustang models over the years, the new Mach-e aims to capture some of that magic while adding electric power.
With its practical SUV shape and large trunk, the Mach-e is a great choice if you are looking for a comfortable EV option to take your dog with.
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BMW is really increasing its electric car offering and the iX3 is one of its latest battery-powered models to hit the market. Essentially an electric version of its last X3, the iX3 is first and foremost a practical, well-finished SUV – it just happens to have an electric-only powertrain.
Plus, its wide and roomy boot will provide more than enough room for your dog to stretch out on long trips.
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Hyundai IONIQ 5
The Hyundai Ioniq 5 is arguably one of the most striking electric vehicles on sale today. With a futuristic exterior and an equally avant-garde interior, one would think that this is a car that was not designed for practicality.
But this is not the case. Its interior features a lot of tough but high quality materials, while its boot is more than large enough for most dogs.
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If you’re looking for a low-cost entry into the world of electric vehicle ownership, the MG5 is one of the best ways to do it. Arriving as the UK’s first electric station wagon, the MG5’s starting price of just under £ 26,500 makes it one of the cheapest electric vehicles on sale today.
But it is also convenient to save its affordable price. Its large trunk and roomy cabin mean it is not only good for dogs, but also for all the bulk they tend to bring with them!
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Volkswagen quickly expanded its line of electric ID cars, but the compact ID.3 was the first. Although it’s a bit smaller than the other cars on this list, its bespoke electric platform means it offers more space than a conventional gasoline or diesel sedan.
The cabin is endlessly helped by a flat floor, while the decent sized boot will undoubtedly prove to be a hit with dog owners.
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Skoda Enyaq iV
Skoda’s previous electric car – the Citigo-e – wouldn’t have been a great option for dog owners. However, its latest electric vehicle – the Enyaq iV – is really profitable thanks to its incredibly large trunk and well-designed interior.
It also offers a decent range while its variety of “Simply Clever” features should help make transporting your dog less stressful.
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