Published on February 20th, 2014 | by Zachary Shahan12
Volkswagen e-Golf For Sale In Germany, Price Of €34,900 Almost Same As BMW i3
February 20th, 2014 by Zachary Shahan
An electric version of one of the most successful cars of all time, the Volkswagen e-Golf, has just gone on sale in Germany. As you can see in the title, the all-important starting price is €34,900. Compare that to a price of €26,900 for the Volkswagen e-Up!, €18,910 (+ battery rental) for the 2013-market-leading Smart Electric Drive, €21,700 for the Renault Zoe, €23,790 for the Nissan Leaf, and €34,950 for the BMW i3. Well… I think the e-Golf will have trouble competing with these other electric cars at that price, but perhaps I’m wrong. Here’s more info from EV Obsession:
The VW Golf is the most-sold European car in history, and now there’s an electric version of it. The VW e-Golf, unveiled at the LA Auto Show in November, has just been made commercially available in Germany. The starting price is €34,900 (~$47,…
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