Top 5 Electric SUV

With electric cars becoming cheaper to run, improving technologies and the looming petrol ban in the UK, combined with customers increasing demand for SUVs, we have put together a top 5 of the most popular electric SUVs here at Perrys.

Hyundai Kona Electric


First on our list is the Hyundai Kona Electric. This model is available with two choices of batteries; a smaller 39 kWh one with a range of 180 miles on a single charge, or a bigger 64 kWh battery with a range of 279 miles, allowing you to pick the best one depending on your driving needs. Whether you choose one or the other, Hyundai claims that if you’re carrying out a long-distance drive and you’re almost out of charge, a 100-kW fast charger (these are most commonly found on the motorway) will allow you to recharge your car up to 80% in less than 1h. The Kona Electric features lane assist, blind spot collision assist, speed limiter, adaptive cruise control and smart regenerative braking; which tops up your battery by constantly calculating the optimum level of braking regeneration based on the vehicle ahead of you. Inside it also features a 10.25-inch touchscreen display compatible with Apple Car Play and Android Audio, sat nav and wireless charging. And last but not least, with its 332 litres of storage space, it’s perfect for shorter and longer drives alike, combining comfort and style.

Our offers for the Hyundai Kona Electric can be found here.

Ford Mustang Mach-e


If you’re looking for a more family-oriented car, then the Ford Mustang Mach-e may be the right car for you. It’s Ford’s first fully electric SUV, and despite being named after the iconic classic model, it has little to do with it. It features a sporty exterior combined with the practicality of an SUV. The Mustang Mach-e has a choice of two batteries, a 68 kWh or a 98 kWh one, with the former providing a 240-mile range and the latter a 379-mile one. The Mach-e features comfortable legroom, a 402-litre boot space, perfect for the holidays, and a whole set of driving aids such as different drive modes, adaptive cruise control, pre-collision assist, blind spot information and cross-traffic alerts, evasive steering, auto high beam, driver profile and personalisation and remote vehicle control. When it comes to infotainment, it features a 15.5-inch display compatible with all your Apple Car Play and Android Audio needs, as well as Wireless device charging, available as standard. Combining legacy, technology and family-friendliness, the Ford Mustang Mach-e is perfect for both shorter and longer drives.

To book a test drive with our Ford Mustang Mach-e click here

Mazda MX-30


A compact yet stylish electric SUV, the MX-30 represents Mazda’s first step towards the electric revolution with its 35.5 kWh lithium-ion battery and a range of up to 124 miles. All MX-30 models feature LED headlamps, front and rear parking sensors, heated electric folding mirrors, rain-sensing wipers and a reversing camera. Regarding infotainment, the MX-30 has an 8.8’’screen that integrates Apple CarPlay and Android Audio and can be controlled through a central knob. With its 124 miles range, this Mazda is perfect for city driving and short-distance commutes, it features a sharp yet practical look with plenty of front legroom and driving aids, making it reliable and safe.

Our offers for the Mazda MX-30 can be found here.



A surprisingly large SUV, the Kia EV6 comes with a 77.6 kWh battery offering a range of well over 300 miles and making it the perfect car for longer drives and holidays. With a 238-kWh charger, you will even be able to top up the battery to 80% in less than 20 minutes, similarly to a Tesla Model Y. All versions of the EV6 come with a 12.3 inches touchscreen display that is easy to use as well as responsive (so it won’t distract you when you drive). The display is compatible with both Apple Car Play and Android Audio and all EV6 models also feature a wireless phone charging system. Due to its size, with the Kia EV6 you won’t have any legroom or headroom issues, even if you’re over 6ft tall. It has a remarkable 490-litre boot space, perfect for suitcases and carry-on; however, you’ll also have extra space on the floor under the seats if you need to. Lastly, when it comes to driving aids, the EV6 features forward collision warning, automatic emergency braking, pedestrian recognition, blind spot detection and cross-traffic alerts, just to name a few. This is the perfect car for you if you’re looking for a longer range without sacrificing storage space.

Our offers for the Kia EV6 can be found here



A 5-door compact SUV, the MG ZS Electric features a choice of two battery sizes, a 51 kWh one launched in early 2022 which will offer you a range of 198 miles on one charge and a bigger 72.6 kWh which will allow you to complete 273 miles in a single charge. The ZS EV will allow you to get 0-60mph in an impressive 8 seconds as well as offering a large cabin and interiors, making it perfect for couples and families alike. It comes with a 10.1-inch infotainment touchscreen featuring clear graphics and responsive inputs. The ZS Electric driving aids include adaptive cruise control, automatic emergency braking, lane keep assist, blind spot monitor, traffic sign recognition and traffic jam assistance, catering to your different needs on the road. It offers enough space for a family of five and features an impressive 470-litre boot space or 1,100 litres with the rear seats down, making it perfect if you need plenty of storage, but would still prefer a compact design.

Our MG ZS EV offers can be found here

We hope our article has helped you find out a bit more about our most popular SUVs; however, if you have any further questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us and we’ll be happy to help. 

Written by Lucrezia | 4 min read
01 Aug 2022

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