https://insideevs.com/news/348991/kia-n ... mechanics/Popular Mechanics Declares Kia Niro EV Its Car Of The Year
I'm correcting your grammar only to help you avoid embarrassment in larger forums. It's "Best of the new BEVs" not "better" which is used only when comparing two things, not more than two. You can also write "One of the better" which is ok, for some reason, or "One of the best" which is more grammatically correct.OrientExpress wrote:We are doing the same at Green Fleet Report. Mainly because the Niro is the better of the new BEVs on the Market today.
https://www.google.com/search?q=when+to ... e&ie=UTF-8When you use best, you say it in absolute terms. While better is used in relative terms. "Better" is a comparative, i.e. it is a relationship between two things. "Best" is a superlative, i.e. it states the position of this one thing compared to all the other things under discussion.