Published on March 8th, 2014 | by Jake Richardson0
BMW i3 Has New “OwnersChoice with Flex” Financing Option
March 8th, 2014 by Jake Richardson
Editor’s note: As you know, I’m a fan of the BMW i3. It’s not the Tesla Model S, but it’s not supposed to be, and the price of the i3 is about half the price of the Model S. I’m happy to see that BMW is offering a financing package that will make the i3 available to more people. I’m a little unsure about a plan that involves a “balloon payment” at the end of the financing plan, but the gas savings from driving an electric car rather than a gasmobile should allow customers to easily save up for that. Check out the Planetsave post below for commentary from Jake and chime in below with your own comments.
The BMW i3 is a five-door all-electric urban vehicle with an appealing design, sporty performance and zero tailpipe emissions. It has a typical range of 80 to 100 miles but can achieve another 20 when in efficiency mode. (A small gas engine may be available…
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