From the first moment that the Dacia Spring began his commercial career in the German market managed to climb in the first places of sales since with her state subsidy of 9,570 euros the price was a lure for anyone looking for a practical and economical EV.
This resulted in their release today more than 30,000 units of Spring on German roads. However, as we had informed you since the beginning of Decemberthe German government decided to complete the electric car purchase subsidy program, in order to save resources. With this development the Dacia Spring, whose initial price in Germany is 22,750 euroslost a powerful trading weapon.
However, the Romanian brand did not sit idly by. As the German states Car Motor and SportDacia announced a of the most generous discounts that we have seen in a car, lowering its price by 10,000 with the promotional energy “Electrobonus».
So Spring is now with a difference Germany’s cheapest electric carsince the initial value for the Essential Electric 45 base version drops to 12,750 euros, at least until March 31 when the offer will be completed.
The Dacia Spring developed to make electrification simpler, offering everything the customer needs (navigation system, A/C, electric windows, smartphone connection). Below from its compact, SUV body hides a comfortable car, with spaces for 4 passengers, large luggage space (290 liters) for its dimensions (length 3,734 mm) and an efficient and reliable electric motor 65 PS.
Thanks to small battery of 26.8 kWh Spring is one of the lightest electric cars with its weight reaching 1.045 kg. Combined with the new electric motor ELECTRIC 65 ensures autonomy of the order of 220 km in mixed cycle and 310 km in urban cycle.
The average consumption does not exceed 14.5 kWh/100 kma number that falls into the extraordinary 10,4 kWh/100 km when Spring rolls into town. At the same time, with the cable and plug of the top Extreme version, charging can be completed in about 13.5 hours, via a simple household power supplytime falling on just under 60 minutes, if the optional fast charging (DC) option is used, for up to 80% of the battery charge.
She is just as tempting the price of Dacia Spring in Greece as well since it makes it the cheapest electric car on the market. The model is available in our country exclusively on the lavish Extreme equipment level with the price dropping to 18,950 euros with the government subsidy of the “Moving Electric” program.
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Source: Auto Motor und Sport