We’ve made comparing our Electric Vehicle range easy

With ample choice on the market, we’ve made it easy and as stress-free as possible to compare electric vehicles (EVs). In this guide we’ll be comparing some of New Zealand’s best electric vehicles on the market, including electric hatchbacks, electric SUVs, and electric performance vehicles. We’ll also be explaining WLTP and anything else you need to know to go forward with confidence in your car-buying journey.

The future is electric. Given the numerous advantages that come with owning an EV, (including zero-emissions and lower operating costs), many kiwis are considering stepping into an EV now more than ever. However, moving into an electric era can feel overwhelming, with all the new terminology and rapid advancements in technology that have happened in a short period of time. If you’re in this boat, don’t stress – we’re here to break down and explain everything you’ll need to know. Got a burning question? Live chat with us in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen and we’ll do our best to help.

Browse our EV FAQ below, or view some of the best EVs in New Zealand below.

When you’re ready to test drive your selection of EVs, be sure to read this handy article about what you can expect when test driving a vehicle.

Simply speaking, an electric vehicle (EV) has an electric motor that is powered by a battery that is charged by connecting to an external source of electricity. There is no internal combustion engine (ICE). The battery is charged by connecting the vehicle’s power supply input to an external source of electricity; a wall outlet in your home or at work, or a dedicated EV charger. As the EV market continues to grow, the Miles Group is delivering more EVs to those looking to make a better environmental choice while saving on day-to-day running and general maintenance costs.

There are two main electric vehicles available in the New Zealand market – a battery electric vehicle (BEV) and plug-in hybrid electric Vehicle (PHEV). While there is ongoing debate about whether our popular Hybrid vehicles can join our PHEV and BEV friends in the EV category, we like to think they have a special category of their own, and are working on creating a PHEV vehicle guide.

WLTP stands for Worldwide Harmonized Light-Duty Test Procedure – a long-winded way of saying a new standard to measure fuel consumption, CO2 emissions, and range. Electric ranges referenced in this guide are WLTP tested. 

Introduced in Autumn 2017, the WLTP measures vehicles in realistic driving situations and determines their fuel consumption, range, and emissions. Mandatory to all manufacturers, this test replaces the former NEDC test and helps consumers make informed decisions about their vehicle purchases.

The NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) has long been criticised as unrealistic by specialists and the public. The test simulates driving a petrol vehicle on European streets in a laboratory setting – not a great measure when no one drives in a laboratory. 

Developed in the 1980s and not updated within this millennium, the test has been criticised for not simulating response to current traffic, being difficult to replicate, not taking optional equipment and accessories into account, and more. Not to mention, the test has since been used to evaluate diesel cars, hybrids, and all-electric vehicles, even though it was only designed to test petrol vehicles.

Meanwhile, the WLTP delivers consumption and CO2 emission figures that are similar to real-life driving.

Range anxiety is a thing, but rest assured, with New Zealand’s commitment to reducing CO2 emissions and road transport contributing half of our carbon emissions, the New Zealand Transport Agency are backing the establishment of public charging facilities in metropolitan areas and on popular state highways across the country. Find your closest public charging station through their app.

Charging at home

Charging your electric vehicle at home is the simplest and cheapest way to charge. If you’re considering an EV, it is essential to have off-street parking with access to a wall socket. If you have both of these, you’ll also want to consider having an electrician install a 240-volt wall-mounted charger so you can charge the battery up with ease each night. Anything less than that will take days to charge.

Most EV owners charge their EV overnight, and some chargers allow the user to set timers and charge percentage cut off points. This allows you to keep your battery in tip-top shape and ensure your car is ready for the morning commute.

Charging on the road

According to NZTA’s EVRoam, there are public charging stations in New Zealand at least every 75km on most of the state highway network. Most EVs are able to far surpass that range, so this means charging on the go is easy! Beating range anxiety while out and about takes a bit of planning, but preparing for a journey by using EVRoam’s trip planner keeps things easy, especially when on a road trip.

If you are planning a road trip where charging will be necessary, keep in mind this will add to the length of your trip and you’ll want to plan an activity to pass the time while your car is charging. Many charging stations are conveniently located in supermarket carparks or in the middle of shopping centres, so running errands or stopping in for a snack is a good option.

There are plenty more apps to pinpoint the locations of public chargers, and provide useful data like if the chargers are slow, what type of connectors or sockets are provided, and even say if the charger is currently in use. There is also the option to fast-charge at a number of stations, allowing you to top up approximately 100km in 20-30 minutes.

Electric vehicles drive like a dream. You can expect smooth, instant acceleration thanks to the battery motor with no gears to worry about. Hit the ‘gas’ and you’re at full power, instantly.

They’re great for the environment. Outputting zero emissions, EVs are fantastic for the environment.

Expect cheaper ownership costs. Electric vehicle technology is newer than your traditional ICE, and therefore the upfront cost of purchasing an EV is often higher than a petrol or diesel car. However – the numbers have shown that your EV will quickly return dividends, as they’re often cheaper to run and maintain. According to driveelectric.co.nz, most EV drivers save over $2,000 per year in petrol bills.

Receive up to an $8,625 Government Clean Car Rebate.

They’re already getting cheaper to purchase. As EVs increase in popularity, there are more on the pre-owned market. Plus, with a multitude of businesses utilising EVs for their fleets, we can expect to see a range of EVs entering the open market soon. If you’re purchasing a new EV, you’ll also benefit from a rebate.

No more trips to the petrol station. Charge at home for the ultimate convenience, or while you’re out and about on the go.

According to driveelectric.co.nz, the cost of running and maintaining an EV is significantly cheaper than a petrol or diesel car, and most EV drivers save over $2,000 a year in trips to the petrol station.

Power vs petrol

According to driveelectric.co.nz, if you drive on average 30km a day (like most of us do), the cost of charging an EV is equivalent to paying 30c per litre of petrol.

You can also charge while you sleep for about $3.00 per 100km, depending on the model. Wanting to charge on the go? A fast charge at public place can cost up to $10 for 100km, taking about 20 minutes.

Your average daily drive wont be depleting much of your battery’s charge, so it could only cost $1.00 to recharge the next night.

Did we forget to mention – no more trips to the petrol station?

Maintaining an EV vs ICE Vehicle

An EV has about 10% of the moving parts of a combustion engine. Gone are the days of getting your spark plugs changed, oil replaced, etc.

According to Consumer Reports and studies from We predict, EV owners halve the maintenance costs of a vehicle when they switch to electric.

Vehicle to load (V2L) is a relatively new technology in the world of electric vehicles, particularly in New Zealand. Keep reading as we explore how to use your electric vehicle to power tools, lighting, electronic devices, and more.

It allows Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs, or EVs) to act as mobile power stations and portage energy sources.

Learn more about V2L on our blog, where we explain the benefits and use cases.

Test driving an Electric Vehicle

Test driving an EV is an exciting experience – If you know what you’re looking for, feel free to complete a test drive booking to get the ball rolling.

Preparing yourself for a test-drive? Be sure to read this handy article about what you can expect when test driving a vehicle.

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To help find an EV that suits your lifestyle and budget, choose your preferred category below.

Compare Hatchback EVs

These everyday electric hatchbacks are exactly that; suitable for everyday use and offering appeal to a wide market. Whether taking the kids to school or heading to the bach, these cars get the job done while offering excellent value.

View our range of electric hatchbacks below.

Kia Niro EV green driving on the road.

Representing Kia’s leap forward in electric vehicles, the Niro features athletic lines, an optional two-tone body, and a suite of technological advances. 

“A fantastic EV that’s simple to use and nails the basics. Also no longer mind-numbingly boring to look at. Result” – Top Gear Team

Kia Niro

  • Finalist - World Car of the Year Awards 2023

Peugeot e-208 blue parked in the city.

Put good times on repeat with the Peugeot e-208, which offers a lively and stimulating drive thanks to an all-electric drivetrain. 

“Electric version of the 208 is a mature and accomplished car.” – Top Gear Team

Peugeot e-208

  • Up to 382 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 50 kW Lithium-ion polymer battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/100,000 km Peugeot warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 km Peugeot battery warranty*
  • Explore the Peugeot e-208
GWM Ora small electric hatchback

The Ora combines a classic, timeless design aesthetic with 100% electric power. Zippy, funky, convenient and good for the Ora is definitely worth a look. 

“Having driven the car in and out of town we can report that it is fun to helm and surprisingly feisty. Almost as racy as BMW’s i3…at likely half the cost.” – Peter Louisson, Autocar

GWM Ora

  • Up to 420 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • Up to a 64 kW Lithium Ion Battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/100,000 km GWM warranty*
  • 8 year/ulimited km GWM High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the GWM ORA

Behold, the CUPRA Born. A triple threat of stimulating design, instantaneous performance and an all-electric drive, it’s perfect for those that desire a ride that’s environmentally conscious but dynamic and exciting at the same time. 

“The all-electric Cupra Born offers a sporty edge over its EV hatchback rivals.” – Paul Adam, Autoexpress.co.uk

CUPRA Born

  • Up to 548 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 77 kW battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/100,000 km CUPRA warranty*
  • Explore the CUPRA Born
  • WHATCAR? Awards 2022: Best Small Electric Car

Compare Electric Compact SUVs

A weekly urban commuter and backyard explorer, the crossover SUV is a small hatch-like-SUV that has plenty of boot space and a decent amount of clearance. Browse our range of electric compact SUVs below. 

Audi Q4 e-tron parked in a field of leaves in New Zealand.

Audi’s first ever all-electric compact SUV, the Q4 e-tron range showcases innovative technology, functionality, and premium design, all in one zero-emission, stylish compact SUV. 

“If you’re after a premium family SUV and ready to ‘go electric’, then you must consider the Audi Q4 e-tron.” – Auto Express UK

Audi Q4 e-tron

  • Up to 554 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 82 kW lithium-ion battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/150,000 km Audi warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 km Audi High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the Audi Q4 e-tron

Near perfect weight distribution, world car of the year for 2019, and an incredible 0-100 kph time of 4.8 seconds, the I-PACE makes taking the step into electric a breeze. 

“Little wonder it won a bunch of awards when it first launched at the end of 2018. In fact, it is ostensibly the most highly decorated production car (of any powertrain type) in modern history, according to its Wikipedia page, receiving 62 awards in total in its first year, including the 2019 World Car of the Year Award.” – Stuff Motoring NZ

Jaguar I-PACE

  • Up to 470 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 90 kW lithium-ion battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/160,000 km Jaguar warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 km Jaguar High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the Jaguar I-PACE
  • World Car of the Year 2019

  • World Car Design of the Year

  • World Green Car of the Year

Mercedes-Benz EQA Electric SUV

The EQA shapes the urban habitat anew: fully electric, with zero local emissions and virtually silent. Thrillingly dynamic and with convenient charging services, the EQA is an enjoyable transition to electric mobility. 

“Instead, it was nearly the complete opposite. First-off, EV’s are quiet and refined, which is the perfect basis for a luxury car. Then throw in everything that makes it a Merc – a supremely comfortable cabin, excellent materials, good ride quality, and some of the best in-cabin and driver’s tech on the market.”- Fred Alvrez, Drivelife

Mercedes-Benz EQA

  • Up to 480 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 66.5 kW battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/unlimited km Mercedes-Benz warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 high voltage battery warranty
  • Explore the Mercedes-Benz EQA
Volvo C40 recharge charging in Christchurch.

Built to stand out. Volvo’s first pure electric crossover SUV showcases leather free interior, clever storage solutions, a lofty seating height and Google built in. Delivering an exhilarating driving experience, it also looks fantastic on the roads with a streamlined silhouette, contrast roof, and backlit ambience. 

The Volvo C40 is a coupe version of the existing XC40 Recharge, with a lower and sleeker roofline.

“… the whole experience is built around ‘simplicity’. The C40 is for those sick of being bombarded with a fistful of modes and a dizzying array of buttons when they climb inside a car…” – Top Gear Team

Volvo C40 Recharge

  • Up to 451 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 78 kW lithium-ion battery
  • 5-seater
  • 3 year/unlimited km Volvo warranty*
  • 8 year/unlimited km Volvo High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the Volvo C40 Recharge

Compare Midsize and Large Electric SUVs

Looking for something with a touch more space? Let us drive you into the future with our range of midsize and large electric SUVs. These vehicles can often tackle tougher terrain but are also a breeze to drive through town. With the latest in performance, technology, and safety features, there’s a reason they’re often touted as the go-anywhere, do-anything SUV that Kiwis love. 

Browse our range of medium and large electric SUVs below. 

Toyota bZ4X electric suv

“It might not be the most exciting car in the world, but the bZ4X is comfortable and surprisingly fun when you want it to be.” – CarWow.co.uk

Toyota bZ4X

  • Up to 485 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 71.4 kW battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/150,000 km Toyota Warranty*
  • 8 year battery warranty*
  • Explore the Toyota bZ4X
Audi Q8 e-tron driving on the road.

The Audi Q8 e-tron represents a new generation and name for the larger rendition of the Audi e-tron SUV line-up, and will be replacing the original e-tron badge to help differentiate the model from future e-tron models. Successfully building on its predecessor, this top-of-the-line electric SUV is ready to impress with an optimised drive concept, improved aerodynamics, increased charging performance, battery capacity, and more. 

“Looking to set a tentative foot into the future? This is the safest stepping stone yet” – Top Gear Team

Audi Q8 e-tron

  • Up to 582 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • Battery capacity TBC
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/150,000 km Audi warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 km Audi High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the Audi Q8 e-tron
Audi e-tron in Christchurch in front of Archipro house.

The GLC is a symbol of modern luxury. Showcasing classic hallmark SUV presence and features without being overly imposing, the GLC understands what you say and recognises your gestures, making it a true driver’s vehicle. 

Audi e-tron

  • Up to 452 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 95 kW battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/150,000 km Audi warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 km Audi High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the Audi e-tron range
Volvo XC40 recharge electric SUV

Built to stand out. Volvo’s first pure electric crossover SUV showcases leather free interior, clever storage solutions, a lofty seating height and Google built in. Delivering an exhilarating driving experience, it also looks fantastic on the roads with a streamlined silhouette, contrast roof, and backlit ambience. 

The Volvo C40 is a coupe version of the existing XC40 Recharge, with a lower and sleeker roofline.

“… the whole experience is built around ‘simplicity’. The C40 is for those sick of being bombarded with a fistful of modes and a dizzying array of buttons when they climb inside a car…” – Top Gear Team

Volvo XC40 Recharge

  • Up to 438 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 78 kW lithium-ion battery
  • 5-seater
  • 3 year/unlimited km Volvo warranty*
  • 8 year/unlimited km Volvo High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the Volvo XC40 Recharge

Three words sum up the Kia EV6: Pure electric genius. Far from your average SUV, the EV6 sets the standard for electric vehicles in terms of design, performance, luxury, comfort, and efficiency. Not to mention – it turns heads. 

“It delivers a controlled ride and any unruly dips and dives are mopped up purposefully.”- Kyle Cassidy, New Zealand Autocar

Kia EV6

  • Wheels World Car of the Year 2022

Volkswagen ID.4 parked on the beach in New Zealand.

Dynamic, powerful and intelligent the ID.4 combines the best of two worlds: the versatility of an SUV with the sustainable performance of an electric vehicle. Now you can have everything – without any compromises.

Volkswagen ID.4

  • 2021 World Car of the Year

Volkswagen ID.5 parked front quarter shot.

With powerful electric performance and a flowing silhouette, the all-new ID.5 successfully achieves a modern symbiosis of SUV and coupé. The same incredible power, performance, and all-electric range as the ID.4, wrapped up into a sleek and stylish coupé silhouette. 

Volkswagen ID.5

The Enyaq is truly a game-changer for both city traffic and long hauls alike. Boasting striking Sportline styling, a spacious interior, cutting-edge design and technology, and an incredible WLTP range of 544*, this is the perfect family SUV.

“Factoring in this new price and its ability to whisk its occupants around in rather refined surroundings while stylishly sipping away at the electrical go-juice means the Skoda Enyaq has been further elevated to a standout position in an ever growing and competitive market.” – Ben Selby, Tarmac Life 

Škoda Enyaq

  • Up to 544 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 77 kW Lithium Ion battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/150,000 km Škoda warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 km Škoda High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the Škoda Enyaq at Miles Škoda
Lexus UX 300e driving in Auckland.

Ready to take you anywhere and everywhere, the Lexus UX 300e retains all the comfort and luxury as your traditional ICE Lexus vehicles, with zero emissions. 

Lexus UX 300e

  • Up to 360 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 5-seater
  • 4 year/unlimited km Lexus warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 km Lexus High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the Lexus UX 300e
Lexus RZ 450e

Designed from the driver-out, the Lexus RZ is Leuxs’ first dedicated battery-electric vehicle. Every sight, sound, and turn in the RZ connects you to the road, creating the most visceral, electrified driving experience to date.

“It’s seductively quiet and spacious of course, and the sleeker, more aerodynamic body shape beats the RX for style hands down (check out the fins atop the tailgate).” – David Linklater, Driven Car Guide. 

Read our team’s thoughts on the Lexus RZ after taking it for a spin around Canterbury.

Lexus RZ 450e

  • Up to 435 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 5-seater
  • 4 year/unlimited km Lexus warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 km Lexus High Voltage Battery warranty.*
  • Explore the Lexus RZ 450e
Peugeot e-2008 blue parked in the city.

Savour the unexpected sensations of driving a 100% electric vehicle without having to compromise on, space, technology, or style in the Peugeot e-2008. 

“Like the e-208, the e-2008 is a thoroughly lovely little EV that does pretty much everything right and has a decent range to match.”- Stuff Motoring’s review on the Peugeot e-2008. 

Peugeot e-2008

  • Up to 372 km all-electric WLTP range*
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/100,000 km Peugeot warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 km Peugeot battery warranty*
  • Explore the Peugeot e-2008
Volvo EX90 parked front quarter.

Savour the unexpected sensations of driving a 100% electric vehicle without having to compromise on, space, technology, or style in the Peugeot e-2008. 

“Like the e-208, the e-2008 is a thoroughly lovely little EV that does pretty much everything right and has a decent range to match.”- Stuff Motoring’s review on the Peugeot e-2008. 

Volvo EX90

Mercedes-Benz EQB parked charging.

Savour the unexpected sensations of driving a 100% electric vehicle without having to compromise on, space, technology, or style in the Peugeot e-2008. 

“Like the e-208, the e-2008 is a thoroughly lovely little EV that does pretty much everything right and has a decent range to match.”- Stuff Motoring’s review on the Peugeot e-2008. 

Mercedes-Benz EQB

  • Up to 507 all-electric WLTP range*
  • 66.5 kW battery
  • 5-seater
  • 5 year/unlimited km Mercedes-Benz warranty*
  • 8 year/160,000 high voltage battery warranty*
  • Explore the Mercedes-Benz EQB
Kia EV9 7-seater electric SUV

The Kia EV9 is the full-size, electric SUV you’ve been waiting for. Fusing a bold attitude with all the credentials of a modern EV, this standout vehicle sits at the top of the 7-seater EV class.

Kia EV9

Compare Electric Performance Vehicles

Sportscar performance meets zero emissions. There are no compromises with these performance electric vehicles. 

Kia EV6 GT

Get ready to meet the fastest Kia ever. Introducing the Kia EV6 GT, the ultimate performance EV.

With an incredible 0-100 km/h time of just 3.5 seconds, an all-electric range of 424km WLTP*, and unheralded levels of power, the EV6 GT boasts all the capabilities befitting of a modern-day GT.

“Kia proving that forward-thinking doesn’t need to be entirely wacky. An extremely attractive package that makes a lot of more premium manufacturers look at least two steps behind” – Top Gear Team

Explore the Kia EV6 GT at Cockram Kia Christchurch

Porsche Taycan EV

The Karoq Sportline model boasts a 2L engine, four wheel drive, DSG transmission and sporty styling features. The Sportline model was created for drivers keen on a spot of dynamic driving in both appearance and performance, with the upgraded design features complimenting a powerful engine.

The Sportline Model provides an array of upgrades, including a sporty new engine. With the added benefit of Driving Modes with Off-Road Function, Gloss Black Roof Rails, Sports Steering Wheel, Digital Dash Instrument Panel, Tiptronic DSG Gear Paddles, Sportline Upholstery, Front Sports Seats and more.

“It has the brand’s signature outsider charm mixed with a premium European feel, a ripping little drivetrain, handsome design, plenty of space inside given the small footprint, and reasonable running costs…”  – Car Expert.com

Explore the Porsche Taycan

Audi e-tron GT

Welcome to the first fully electric addition to the Audi Sport family, the Audi e-tron GT EV sportscar. With a trophy cabinet packed to the brim (Most Beautiful Car and Sports Car of the Year), to name a few, this incredible vehicle offers an all-electric range of up to 487km WLTP*, and an incredible 0-100 km/h time as low as just 3.3 seconds thanks to a peak electrical output boost.

“Spectacular looks and performance, plus contemporary EV tech, make the Audi e-tron GT one of the most desirable luxury saloons around.” – Auto Express

Explore the Audi e-tron GT >

Compare Pre-Owned Electric Vehicles

With access to 20 car brands across our network, we also have a large number of pre-loved EVs ready for their next home.

With new vehicles coming onto our yards daily our stock is always changing so we encourage to you to view the full range online. More often than not used vehicles come with their own warranty, and when you purchase a car from Miles Group the service doesn’t just stop when you drive off the yard. Our exceptional after-sales service, including personalised service and WOF reminders is designed to ensure you get the very best vehicle ownership experience around.

If you don’t see exactly what you’re after send our friendly team an enquiry and we’ll be more than happy to assist. Alternatively, chat live to one of our Miles Group members using the live chat function in the bottom right.

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*Driving range figure standards are calculated using the World Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). Actual results achieved will differ according to operating conditions and driving style.

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*Warranty information:

  • Every new Volkswagen comes with a 5-year/150,000 km warranty.
  • Every new Kia comes with a 5-year/100,000 km warranty.
  • Every new Toyota comes with a 3-year/100,000 km warranty.
  • Every new ŠKODA comes with a 5-year/150,000 km warranty.
  • Every new PEUGEOT comes with a 5-year/100,000 km warranty.
  • Every new Audi comes with a 5-year/150,000 km warranty.
  • Every new Mercedes-Benz comes with a 5-year/unlimited km warranty.
  • Every new Lexus comes with a 4-year/unlimited km warranty.
  • Every new Volvo comes with a 3-year/unlimited km warranty.
  • Every new SEAT comes with a 5-year/100,000 km warranty.
  • Every new Jaguar comes with a 3-year/100,000 km warranty.
  • Every new Porsche comes with a 3-year/100,000 km warranty.
  • Every new Peugeot comes with a 5-year/100,000 km warranty.
  • Every new Range Rover comes with a 3-year/100,000 km warranty.
  • Every new GWM comes with a 5 year/150,000 km warranty.

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