For many years, the average person wouldn't consider an electric car because of the lack of range, the unproven new technology, or the excessive cost. All of these concerns have been assuaged in recent years. For $37,000, you can get an electric car with a range in excess of 250 miles. And with automakers like Tesla and Chevrolet selling models for more than 10 years, the techology is hardly new. It's time to stop uneccesarily polluting. In 2019, the average price of a new car is $36,270, in the same price range as some of the best electric cars out there.
Here, you can quickly compare basic specifications for electric cars aka "EVs". You'll find MPGe, range, price, safety ratings from iihs and nhtsa, as well passenger space, interior space, and cargo space as availabile.
The numbers for the federal tax credit were updated on January 1, 2020. Tesla vehicles are no longer eligable for any credit and Chevrolet EVs are due to lose their remaining credit at the end of March 2020.

Here's an example comparison set:

 
Make
Electric Vehicle
Trim
Starting Price
Range
Zero to 60
IIHS Safety Rating
NHTSA Safety Rating
Cargo Space
Interior Space
Passenger Space
Combined MPG
Federal Tax Credit
*Best of Category is Highlighted
2020 Chevrolet Bolt
Chevrolet
Bolt (2020)
LT
$36,620
259 mi.
6.3 sec.
Green Minus
5/5
17 ft³
94 ft³
94 ft³
110 MPGe
$0 ($0 after 3/31/20)
2020 Nissan Leaf
Nissan
Leaf (2020)
S
$31,600
149 mi.
7 sec.
Green
N/A
30 ft³
116 ft³
92 ft³
111 MPGe
$7500
2020 Tesla Model 3
Tesla
Model 3 (2020)
Standard Range Plus
$37,990
250 mi.
5.3 sec.
Green
5/5
15 ft³
112 ft³
97 ft³
141 MPGe
$0
2019 Volkswagen e-Golf
Volkswagen
e-Golf (2019)
SE
$31,895
125 mi.
5.6 sec.
Green Minus
N/A
22.8 ft³
116.3 ft³
95.3 ft³
119 MPGe
$7500
2020 BMW i3
BMW
i3 (2020)
N/A
$44,450
153 mi.
7.2 sec.
Green
N/A
15 ft³
N/A
84 ft³
113 MPGe
$7500
2020 Mini Electric Hardtop
Mini
Electric Hardtop (2020)
N/A
$29,990
110 mi.
7 sec.
N/A
N/A
8.7 ft³
N/A
N/A
107 MPGe
$7500