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These are the most interesting e-SUVs under 50,000 euros

Electric SUVs offer plenty of space and comfort – and at the same time protect the environment. From Dacia Spring to Mercedes EQA – AUTO BILD shows six E-SUVs under 50,000 euros and explains what makes them so interesting. Purchase advice!

Six electric SUVs under 50,000 euros

Selected products in tabular overview

Skoda Enyaq iV !! EMBARGO 1 September 2020 7:30 p.m. !!

Skoda Enyaq IV

RRP from EUR 42,100, savings of up to EUR 9,406 / best leasing price EUR 49

VW ID.4

VW ID.4

RRP from EUR 46,335, savings of up to EUR 8,306 / best leasing price EUR 128

Polestar 2 long range single engine

Polestar Polestar 2

RRP from EUR 43,725, savings of up to EUR 9,570 / in leasing from EUR 278

Mercedes EQA 250

Mercedes EQA

RRP from EUR 47,802, savings of up to EUR 9,974 / best leasing price EUR 299

Kia e-Niro

Kia Niro EV

RRP from EUR 47,590, savings of up to EUR 11,139 / best leasing price EUR 58

Dacia Duster Spring Electric !! EMBARGO 15 October 2020 5:30 p.m. !!

Dacia Spring

RRP from EUR 22,550, savings of up to EUR 8,021 / best leasing price EUR 49


1. Skoda Enyaq – the solid

No flashy design or outstanding performance, but solid and reliable. The Skoda Enyaq offers a lot of space and fulfills all the tasks that an electric SUV should fulfil. This includes a range of 350 kilometers measured in the AUTO BILD test and some digital equipment in the interior. Including a 13-inch display in the center console and Laura, the voice recognition.

When designing the Enyaq, Skoda focused on inconspicuousness. While many electric cars catch the eye on the road with their particularly futuristic look, the Enyaq is a bit more reserved. But a simple design can also please. Because small features can also be found here: such as the narrow and sleek headlights, the sharp edges on the front or the small spoiler above the rear window. All variants of the Enyaq – from the basic equipment IV 60 (42,100 euros) to the top model, the 80 X (49,050 euros) – are priced below 50,000 euros.

2. VW ID.4 – the practical one

With the ID.4, VW is primarily focusing on practical benefits. Therefore, the SUV also comes with a trailer hitch and roof rails, for example. And the ID.4 can pull a lot: up to 1200 kilograms! In terms of dimensions, the Wolfsburg car is larger than the VW Tiguan, but remains true to its practical line with a turning circle of ten meters. Externally, the ID.4 has a more elegant design than its little brother, the ID.3, but the interior is almost identical – but the materials of the ID.4 appear to be of higher quality.
VW ID.4

The VW ID.4 is above all practical. He can pull up to 1200 kilograms!


Only the Pro model of the ID.4 is currently available for less than 50,000 euros. This is available from 46,335 euros. Here the customer is offered a lot. In addition to 150 kW (204 hp), a large battery with 77 kWh (range up to 537 kilometers) and a roof load of up to 75 kilograms, the ID.4 Pro is a real all-round talent.

3. Polestar 2 – the all-rounder

The Polestar 2 is a whole new star in the sky. It combines elegant and high-quality design with a focus on a long range. The standard version has a maximum range of 444 kilometers, while the long-range edition is a whopping 100 kilometers more. The SUV also impresses with an attractive and familiar design, because the Volvo is clearly recognizable in the shapes and details. For example in the distinctive headlights, in which an image based on Thor’s hammer was immortalized.
Polestar 2 long range single engine

The top model of the Polestar 2 has an impressive 300 kW (408 hp) and accelerates from 0 to 100 in 4.7 seconds.


The basic model (standard range single motor) is 43,725 euros and it gets a bit more expensive with the next higher model (long range single motor): 47,425 euros. With a base price of 51,424 euros, the top model is just above the set mark of a maximum of 50,000 euros.

4. Mercedes EQA – the comfortable one

The EQA is only available in the basic configuration (EQA 250) and as the EQA 250+ for less than 50,000 euros. Prices start at 47,802.30 euros. And what do you get with the standard equipment? A whole lot! Starting with the technical data, Mercedes promises a maximum range of 428 kilometers for the EQA. It has 190 hp and takes 8.9 seconds from 0 to 100. And the look is also pleasing. Mercedes has dared something new and connected the headlights and rear lights to form a line. However, the design remained within the scope of the typical electric look of the Stuttgart company.
Mercedes EQA 250

The EQA scores particularly well when it comes to driving comfort. The car is full on the road, springs binding, steers accurately.


The theoretical data is also good in practice: the conclusion of the AUTO BILD test is consistently positive. We particularly liked the driving comfort. The car is full on the road and does not sway, has binding springs, steers accurately.

5. Kia Niro EV – the long-distance runner

The electric Niro has been on the market for three years. The South Korean should achieve a maximum range of 455 kilometers according to WLTP. That’s definitely enough to cover a long distance! The e-Niro is currently only available with one engine. And this has an impressive 150 kW (204 hp). The basic price here is 47,590 euros.
Kia e-Niro

According to the manufacturer, the Kia e-Niro should have a range of up to 455 kilometers.


The e-Niro remains simple in design and could also be mistaken for a normal combustion engine. Basically, there are hardly any visible differences to the hybrid. Little futuristic and not as flashy as many other electric cars. This design appeals to the big crowd. And that is by no means to be equated with a boring look. On the contrary: His look is very fresh.

6. Dacia Spring – the price miracle

The Dacia Spring impresses with an unbeatable price. It is by far the cheapest among the most interesting electric SUVs. Only the Essentiel equipment line is currently available. The small SUV will then cost 22,550 euros.

The spring is also the smallest in this list. With a length of 3734 mm and a width of 1770 mm, the Romanian is the perfect SUV for the city. The 33 kW (44 hp) are also sufficient. Visually, you have the choice between four different paints for the basic equipment. If you choose the Comfort Plus variant, you get orange applications, for example on the side mirrors. In the How To Cars test, the small Spring comes off very well! Not only does it please in terms of price, because the electric car is one of the few of its kind in which the weight hasn’t gotten out of hand. Little power and a small battery are enough.

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