Electric car: Dacia launches the Spring and unveils an extremely aggressive price …

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Electric car: Dacia launches the Spring and unveils an extremely competitive price ... The Dacia electric car at 10,000 €. Photo credit: Dacia

We all know the Dacia car brand, renowned for its low prices for new cars. Dacia, the entry-level brand of the Renault group, has made two successive announcements in the area of ​​electric vehicles. Until then, only the Zoe marked the group’s electric engagement with the diamond.

Now it will also be necessary to reckon with the Mégane eVision from Renault and the little Spring from Dacia! As usual, the Dacia Spring will not be encumbered with frills or gadgets but will provide the essentials … And Dacia even announces the price of its Dacia Spring … Very small so as not to change optics!

Several versions of Dacia Spring will emerge, and the price of the top of the range appears on the Hungarian market: 6,490,000 HUF (Hungarian Forint) or 17,800 € excluding government bonus. Admittedly, we expected rather a price around 15,000 € but the announced price concerns the high-end models.

Two levels of finishes will be available, which explains the price difference. However, the government bonuses offered in France will drive prices down considerably. Thus, the Dacia Spring should cost 13,140 € in its high-end version and 10,950 € in its basic version.

Photo credit: Dacia
Electric car: Dacia launches the Spring and unveils an extremely competitive price ...The Dacia electric car at 10,000 €

Reminder of conversion bonuses

Until December 31, 2020 for the moment, the conversion bonus for a car or van is as follows:

The vehicle must meet the following conditions:

Have a maximum CO2 emission rate of 50 g / km (electric or plug-in hybrid car)
Purchase or lease for at least two years
Be a new vehicle
Final registration in France
Not be sold within 6 months of purchase or before having driven at least 6000 km.

The amount of conversion bonuses varies depending on CO2 emissions and the purchase price of the car. It can go up to € 7,000 for a vehicle with a CO2 rate of g 20g / km and costs less than € 45,000. Find the details of the conversion bonus on the Public Service website.

Source: www.neozone.org

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