How far can an EV travel on one charge?

The typical battery range for all-electric battery-only EVs is now between 200 and 300 miles for new models, with some models achieve a range as high as 400 miles.

Plug-in hybrid (PHEV) models have typical battery ranges of 15-60 miles, and then the fuel-powered engine adds another 200-300 miles of range. This means that many PHEVs can achieve a typical day’s driving needs on battery alone for most people.

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1. What are considered "electric vehicles"?
2. Where can I learn more about electric vehicles?
3. How long does it take to charge an EV, and what’s the difference between level-1, level-2, and level-3 chargers?
4. What are the different plug or connector types?
5. Where can I charge my electric vehicle in Durango?
6. How far can an EV travel on one charge?
7. What types of vehicles can use the DC fast charging stations (level-3 stations) at the Transit Center?
8. Are EVs affordable?
9. How do winter conditions affect electric vehicles?
10. Do electric vehicles really reduce emissions?