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9 Longest Range Electric SUVs Available in US | 2022 Ranking

We listed 9 longest range electric SUVs available in the United States. 2022 Tesla Model X offers by far the longest range figure, according to EPA.

Bilal Akgunduz

August 7, 2022 1:11 PM
Last Update: August 8, 2022 1:04 AM
Longest range Electric SUVs

Who doesn’t like to go on a road trip with a very spacious, smooth-riding electric SUV? The only problem is, that annoying battery keeps emptying and you have to stop for a quick charge every a few hours. Or is it? Thanks to more energy-dense lithium-ion batteries, electric cars nowadays will last longer than ever. If you are looking for a longer range electric SUV, this article will help you find the best electric SUV with the highest price-range ratio in the United States.

We listed 9 longest range electric SUVs available in the United States. 2022 Tesla Model X offers by far the longest range figure, according to EPA. The Long Range version of the luxury SUV can travel 371 miles when fully charged. Tesla Model Y Long Range ranked second, with an EPA estimation of 330 miles of range. Model Y clearly has the highest price-range ratio among EVs on our list.

Here is the full list of long range electric SUVs you can purchase in the USA:

Longest Range Electric SUVs in US Ranked

Rank EV Model Range (EPA) US Price
1. Tesla Model X Long Range 371 miles $120,990
2. Tesla Model Y Long Range AWD 330 miles $65,990
3. BMW iX xDrive50 324 miles $84,100
4. Rivian R1S 314 miles $72,500
5. Ford Mustang Mach-E ER RWD 314 miles $52,450
6. Kia EV6 310 miles $52,995
7. Hyundai Ioniq 5 RWD LR 303 miles $44,000
8. VW ID.4 Pro Performance 275 miles $46,205
9. Hyundai Kona Electric 258 miles $34,000

We ranked these electric vehicles based on their range estimates made by EPA, as they conduct EV range tests more suitable to real-world scenarios.

Unfortunately, the price info we put on our table is what manufacturers recommend. Chances are very low for a customer to complete its purchase at the same level as MSRP. Dealerships will most likely try to charge you for extras/or add a hefty markup fee. You should consider these before making your budget.

9. 2022 Hyundai Kona Electric

Hyundai Kona Electric is probably the most popular EV that Hyundai sold worldwide. With the new 2021-2022 model, Hyundai switched to a smoother look on the front of the Kona Electric. It comes with a single electric motor that can produce up to 204 HP and 395 Nm of torque. Kona Electric can go from 10 to 80 percent of charge in 47 minutes.

The compact electric SUV is a regular-looking family car that happens to be one of the most efficient electric SUVs out there. It will only need 14.7 kWh per 62 miles, according to combined test figures. EPA rated the Kona Electric at a combined 120 MPGe.

Price: $34,000

Range: 258 miles (EPA)

8. Volkswagen ID.4 Pro Performance

Volkswagen ID.4 has recently become one of the cheapest SUVs in its segment, thanks to the American-made version of the vehicle that has finally started to hit the dealers. But the version made into our list is different. ID.4 Performance Pro model can travel 275 miles when fully charged, while the cheaper model can only offer 204 miles with its 58-kWh battery pack.

ID.4 is the first pure-electric Volkswagen model widely available. The German carmaker has been producing ID.4 at three different factories. These factories are located in China, Germany, and United States.

Price: $46,205

Range: 275 miles (EPA)

7. Hyundai Ioniq 5 RWD Long Range

With its unique retro design, Hyundai Ioniq 5 is not a boring car. In fact, it is by far the most eye-catching EV out there. Technically, Ioniq 5 can be called SUV, even though it doesn’t look like one. It has an AWD option that can produce 320 HP and 650 Nm of torque. Hyundai packs a 77.4-kWh battery inside the compact SUV. 800V electrical architecture and 350 kW DC charging support are offered as standard in all trims. Thanks to that, Ioniq 5 can be charged from 10% to 80% in only 18 minutes.

Price: $44,000

Range: 303 miles (EPA)

6. Kia EV6

Kia EV6 is the modern-looking version of the Hyundai Ioniq 5. Both models are based on Hyundai-Kia Group’s latest modular vehicle platform called e-GMP. This new platform gives EV6 the chance to offer an 800V electrical architecture and ultra-fast DC charging support at a rate of 350 kW.

Kia’s crossover can travel farther than Ioniq 5 does. Its EPA estimation is around 310 miles, as it ranked 6th on our list of long-range SUVs. EV6 is not only good for long road trips but also some speeding as well. It can go from 0-60 mph in 4.6 seconds, faster than Porsche Cayenne Coupe Kia claims.

Price: $52,995

Range: 310 miles (EPA)

5. Ford Mustang Mach-E RWD Extended Range

The electric Ford Mustang has recently been selling better than conventional Mustangs in the US. It’s not pure luck, as Mustang Mach-E satisfies American drivers with its performance and range figures. EPA estimates a range of 314 miles for the electric Ford.

The highest range can be achieved with the Mustang Mach-E RWD Extended Range version. This model has a single electric motor that produces 294 HP and 430 Nm of torque. The top speed is 180 km/h, and a 0-62 mph run can be completed in 6.1 seconds. The long-range Mach-E comes with a huge 98.8-kWh battery.

Price: $52,450

Range: 314 miles (EPA)

4. Rivian R1S

Rivian officially delivered its first electric SUVs this year. It is widely known for its electric pickup called R1T. There is also a pure electric SUV model available to order as well. Rivian R1S is a high-end rugged SUV that is capable of traveling up to 314 miles. R1S has a four-motor option offering 800 horsepower, and a whopping 1,220 Nm of torque. 200 kW DC charging comes as standard. Although the Rivian electric SUV consumes around 30 kWh per 62 miles, the huge battery pack will be enough to supply energy for a trip longer than 300 miles.

Price: $72,500

Range: 314 miles (EPA)

3. BMW iX xDrive50

BMW iX has the biggest battery of all. Luxury SUV stores 105.2-kWh energy inside the huge pack. This energy is enough to give iX an EPA range estimate of 324 miles. German automaker’s large-size SUV also features a dual motor AWD electric powertrain, which is capable of producing 523 HP, 765 Nm of torque.

iX xDrive50 has the best range among other iX versions. It is the second most expensive model on our list. And it is also the first pure electric SUV that BMW ever sold in the United States.

Price: $84,100

Range: 324 miles (EPA)

2. Tesla Model Y Long Range

Tesla Model Y is on its way to becoming the best-selling vehicle worldwide this year. It is so popular that Tesla dedicated two of their newly-opened gigafactories for only Model Y production. The new version of the electric SUV carries a structural battery pack that replaces multiple parts of the chassis and acts as a structural element. Tesla improves both range and safety of the vehicle, thanks to this groundbreaking battery pack design.

The mid-size SUV offers the second best range among the 9 electric SUVs we listed. It is not too expensive as well. Model Y packs a 75-kWh battery, offers 384 HP, an all-wheel-drive fully electric powertrain, and 250 kW DC charging support.

Price: $65,990

Range: 330 miles (EPA)

1. Tesla Model X Long Range

The longest-range electric SUV available in the US is no other than Tesla Model X Long Range. It is the most expensive SUV on this list as well. But it can travel up to 371 miles when its 100-kWh battery is full. Tesla can offer more range with a smaller battery with Model X than the BMW iX with the bigger pack. Because the Model X has a more energy-dense pack that only weighs 585 kilograms, bringing the total weight difference between Model X and iX to around 815 pounds.

Efficiency is the key here, and Tesla vehicles are surely one of the most efficient ones. If you’re looking for a long-range, high-performance fully-electric SUV, you should consider buying a Tesla Model X. But if you can find one, of course. You can get one delivered to you in April 2023 if you place your order right now. That will be a dealbreaker for most.

Price: $120,990

Range: 371 miles (EPA)

If you are satisfied with our list of long range SUVs, feel free to leave a comment down below. Couldn’t find what you are looking for? We’re happy to hear your feedback. Thanks for reading.

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