Autotrader editors considered some objective factors including maximum range, electric-only range (for PHEVs) and price. Other factors, such as drivability and value, were a bit more subjective in nature.
On Monday, Fiat Chrysler and Cummins Inc. were hit with an amended class-action lawsuit stating the companies colluded to develop and conceal no less than two emissions-cheating defeat devices used in pickups.
This is notable because Chrysler has, historically, been very hesitant in its EV/hybrid development. But by 2019, the FCA Group will launch its electrification plan, and by 2022 at least half of its range will be electrified.