When shopping for a new vehicle, or a used SUV, fuel economy is important to consider. The less you spend on gas, the more cash you get to keep in your pocket. Of course, no vehicles save on gas quite like electric vehicles. Electric cars don't need gas at all; just charge them up either at home or at a charging station and you are good to go. Of course, you might wonder if an Audi e-tron can drive as far on a full charge as a gasoline-powered vehicle can on a full tank. With that in mind, here is a comparison of range of the e-tron compared to the competition.

The Driving Range of the Audi e-tron

The 2021 Audi e-tron comes with an EPA-estimated driving range of 222 miles. At first, this might seem significantly less than the driving ranges of comparable midsize luxury gasoline-powered SUVs, like the Lincoln Nautilus (378 miles) and Genesis GV80 (485 miles). However, there is much more to these numbers than meets the eye. For starters, you never have to worry about finding a gas station or heading out to refill your tank at night before work in the morning. When you drive an Audi e-tron, just recharge your vehicle overnight, every night.

A Nationwide Network of Charging Stations

When you need to drive for a while, the e-tron has a crucial edge on gas vehicles. When you start to run low on gas in a standard SUV, it can be a scramble to try to find a gas station nearby before you run out. When you are out on the road in an e-tron, you can use one of the more than 800 charging stations available throughout the country. They are on average only 70 miles apart, and your e-tron is programmed to know where every single one is, so finding one is easy.

Learn More About the Audi e-tron Today!

If you are interested in getting an Audi e-tron to drive in Traverse City, then you should get in touch with Audi Petoskey and learn more about this exciting electric SUV. Call us today!

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