It was only nine years ago that the first won’t-break-the-bank electric cars arrived.
Those non-Tesla EVs — like the Nissan Leaf and Chevy Volt — weren’t priced at $80,000 like the Model S and the first- and second- generations of those cars have been hitting the used car market over the last several years.
And with a Long Range 2020 Tesla Model 3 starting at about $47,000, “dirt cheap” for an EV is anything under $20,000.
A couple of the better sites for used EVs are MYEV and CarGurus.
Most of the used EVs cited below are first- and second-generation electrics that were sold roughly between 2011 and 2017.