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Although not as popular as SUVs and city cars in the best-seller rankings, electric sedans remain popular in France, as they meet the needs of some drivers. Indeed, the different body styles offered by the sedan (saloon, compact, family...) enable drivers to achieve a certain versatility with this range of electric cars.

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Why choose an electric sedan?

Electric sedans are primarily designed to reduce CO2 emissions. They also address other issues that motorists may encounter:

The best electric sedans of 2020 come in all types, from family sedans to compacts. What's more, their prices are in the same range as those of combustion-powered cars.

What is an electric sedan?

The sedan is an emblematic car body, divided into two distinct categories. The first is the hatchback sedan, which has a silhouette with an indentation in the windshield, more commonly known as a compact.

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On the other hand, there are the much larger three-box models. Three-body models are distinguished by the much greater space allotted to the hood, passenger compartment and trunk. 

The strength of sedans lies in the volume of luggage and passenger space available. That's why three-box models are so popular in the automotive market, especially with professionals who need to cover a lot of miles.

With its sturdy bodywork, the sedan has become one of the most popular vehicles for travel, thanks to its attractive, safe silhouette. On the other hand, the advantages of the sedan lie in the comfort of the cabin, its roadholding and the high level of connectivity provided by automakers.

Top electric sedans

We've ranked the best electric sedans for you, so you can find out more about the different models, or make your choice based on our expertise.

Tesla Model 3

Tesla model 3

The Tesla Model 3 is undoubtedly the electric vehicle with the best value for money. Indeed, this electric family sedan, elegant on the outside and luxurious on the inside, impresses with its innovative comfort and safety features.

Thanks to Tesla updates, the Model 3 is constantly improving and can be reconfigured to suit your needs and desires, even after you've bought the car.

The Model 3 starts at €41,990 in its Standard Autonomy plus trim. It has a range of 491 km on the WLTP cycle in this trim, and up to 560 km in the Long Range trim.

When it comes to recharging, Tesla is deploying a network of fast-charging stations, known as "superchargers", which enable the Model 3 to be recharged much more quickly. In fact, it takes 26 minutes to charge from 10% to 80%.

What's more, a circuit mode available only in the Performance trim will enable you to reach a top speed of 261 km/h. What's more, thanks to its driver assistance system, the Model 3 will take the monotony out of freeway driving.

  • Range: 491 km (WLTP)
  • Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h: 5.6s
  • Fast recharge (0 to 80%): 26 min.
  • Price: €41,990 (excluding environmental bonus)

Tesla Model S

Tesla Model S blue
Like the Tesla Model 3, the Model S has all the features of a sedan, and much more besides. What's more, it's one of the most efficient electric cars on the market.

Priced from €103,990, the Model S also comes in a Plaid finish from €128,990, which is much more focused on performance than range.

The 1st trim level achieves a WLTP range of 600 km on a fully charged 100 kWh battery. The Model S accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in 2.1 seconds, and in 3.2 seconds in its Plaid trim, thanks to its 252 kW front engine and 252 kW rear engine, giving a total of 605 hp.

When it comes to charging, the Tesla Model S also has access to Tesla 's Supercharger network, enabling it to charge from 10% to 80% in 38 minutes.

The Model S has all the features of a sedan for both short and long journeys. What's more, its road-safety technology makes the Model S one of the best road-going electric sedans on the market.

Range: 600 km (WLTP)

Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h: 2.1 s

Fast recharge (0 to 80%): 38 min.

Price: €103,990 (excluding environmental bonus)

Nissan Leaf e+

Nissan Leaf

The Nissan Leaf e+ is the new long-range version of the Nissan Leaf. It is one of the most complete electric cars on the market. Nissan positioned itself very early on the electric car market with the Leaf. Indeed, the first generations of Leafs appeared in 2010. This has enabled the Japanese automaker to ensure the vehicle's successful development, making it Europe's best-selling electric car of 2018, with over 40,000 units sold.

Available from €43,050 in its 62 kWh version. The Nissan Leaf is an affordable compact sedan with a range of up to 385 km in its 62 kWh powertrain, providing up to 160 kW (218 hp).

The Nissan Leaf e+ is equipped with new technologies such as parking assistance and e-pedal, which helps you avoid having to brake manually. Another highlight is the Pro Pilot function, which is very similar to Tesla' s Auto-pilot in terms of driving assistance.

  • Range: 385 km (WLTP)
  • Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h: 7.3s
  • Fast recharge (10 to 80%): 35 min.
  • Price: €43,050 (excluding environmental bonus)

Volkswagen ID.3

Volkswagen ID.3

First revealed at the Paris Motor Show in September 2016, the Volkswagen ID 3 takes on the appearance of a compact sedan. It is the German group's first model to debut on the new MEB platform dedicated to electric vehicles.

The Volkswagen ID 3 is available in three trim levels (Life Plus, Style and Style Exclusive) and will aim to propel Volkswagen to the forefront of the market. Not least by making electric cars much more accessible.

Starting at €42,990 for the Volkswagen ID 3 Life Plus, the model's entry-level trim will be equipped with a 58 kWh battery capable of achieving a maximum range of 427 km in the WLTP cycle. This compares with a range of 557 km in the Pro S trim from €49,990 for the Style trim.

Inside, the electric Volkswagen ID.3 has two infotainment screens. The first is similar to that of the Volkswagen e-Golf, providing traffic information thanks to its integrated GPS. The second screen is located in the center of the dashboard, and is required for navigation information. This screen can also provide a detailed analysis of the car and driving parameters. 

  • Range: 427 km (WLTP)
  • Acceleration from 0 to 100 km/h: 7.3 s
  • Fast recharge (0 to 80%): 31 min.
  • Price: €37,990 (including environmental bonus)

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