8. Kia Soul EV — $24,750
Speaking of “normal” electric cars, take a look at the 2017 Kia Soul EV. It’s one of the many options on this list that requires incentives to qualify for a list of electric cars under $30,000, but it’s worth it. The Soul EV starts at $32,250, which is a lot of money for a Soul, but federal tax credits bring it down to a much-more-palatable price of $24,750. The Soul EV can travel up to 93 miles on a charge, and offers the same flexibility as the regular Soul, with comfortable space for up to five passengers. Plus, the Kia Soul has been around for a long time, so this electric version blends right in with traffic.