5.5 million electric appliances can be found in US homes, but just 7.8 million of them are fully plug-and-play, according to the latest data from Consumer Reports.
That number includes an estimated 7,500 hybrids, but only about 2,200 are fully electric.
The average price of an electric appliance, adjusted for inflation, is $1,836, but the average price per kWh of plug-ins in the US is only $0.40.
The average price for an electric stove, which can cook multiple meals at once, is about $1.35, and the average cost of an energy-efficient refrigerator is about twice that amount.
There’s also a big difference between the cost of buying a hybrid and buying an electric car.
Consumers spend an average of $1 million a year to buy an electric vehicle, but electric cars cost about $10,000 less per year to fuel than an internal combustion engine.
The top five electric appliances in the world are the Toyota Prius, the Ford Fusion, the Mitsubishi Outlander, the Nissan Leaf, and Hyundai Tucson.
These are the most popular hybrids on the market, with average prices of about $2,400 for the Fusion, $1 to $2.25 for the Toyota, $2 to $3 for the Ford, and $1 for the Mitsukis.
These prices don’t include financing.
The Leaf is the cheapest of the five, costing $37,900.
The most expensive electric appliance is the BMW i3, which has a $30,400 price tag, according the Car and Driver.
The Prius has a much higher average price than the Nissan.
Nissan has the best average price.
The Chevrolet Volt, the best price, is the most expensive.
The Honda Fit, the Toyota Highlander, and Toyota Camry are also popular electric cars.
The cheapest hybrid is the Tesla Model S, with a price of about half that of the other cars in the list.
The cheapest electric vehicle in the car list is the Nissan LEAF, which costs $27,500.
The Toyota Tacoma, which comes in at $26,000, has a top-of-the-line electric motor, and has a price that is $2 cheaper than the LEAF.
The Tesla Model X, which is $38,500, has an electric motor and a price lower than the other three.
The Nissan Leaf is a more affordable hybrid than the Toyota.
The Nissan Leaf has an average price that’s half the price of the Toyota’s.
The Mitsubishis, who are the largest automaker in the United States, have the best pricing in the entire car market, at about $9,500 per year.
The Mitsubisheris, which include Mitsubisha, Mitsubizuki, and Mitsubi, have a price tag of about two-thirds of the price for the Model S.
The Toyota Highlander has the second-lowest average price in the industry.
The best price for a hybrid car is the Mitsumi Highlander, with an average retail price of $37 and an average cost for an average model of $27.
The best price of any plug-up hybrid car in the USA is the Lexus ES 350h, which cost $23,000.
The Lexus RX 300h has the third-best price, with the Lexis RX 400h at about half the cost.
The Honda Fit has the fourth-best average price, at $34,500 for a 2017 model.
The Porsche Panamera, which goes for $37 to $41,000 per year, is a hybrid, but not a plug-out car.
The Audi Q5 has the sixth-best pricing of any electric car, with prices starting at $30 to $39,000 for the 2017 model year.