What electric car is included in the MOVES 2020 plan and can it be purchased at a discount? The price limit of the car rises to 45,000 euros, which was the maximum in the previous edition and exclusively for people with reduced mobility.
Listed below are a few interesting electric cars that you can buy with financial aid. The prices that are collected are RRP or with promotions of the brand if they exist, but the MOVES 2 discount is not applied.
The SEAT Mii Electric is the cheapest electric car on the market today. Its Retail Price (RRP) in its most affordable option starts at 21,230 euros (17,800 euros with brand promotional discounts).
Nissan LEAF (from 25,900 euros)
The long-lived and successful Nissan LEAF was recently updated and its more affordable version, the Nissan LEAF Acenta, hit the market with a starting price of € 25,900.
This model has an electric motor that develops up to 110 kW (150 hp) of power and 320 Nm of torque, with a maximum electric range of 270 km WLTP in combined cycle thanks to a 40 kWh battery.
Renault ZOE (from 29,128 euros)
The renewed electric Renault ZOE landed on the Spanish market at the end of last year and its offer was recently modified, eliminating the option of rental batteries. Now it can only be purchased together with the batteries and starts at 29,128 euros.
The Renault ZOE Life R110 is the entry version and is equipped with a 40 kWh battery that powers the 80 kW (109 hp) electric motor. Its WLTP homologated autonomy is 300 kilometres.
Peugeot e-208 (from 30,000 euros)
The Peugeot e-208 is designed like the Opel Corsa-e on PSA's new e-CMP electric modular platform, so it also shares the 100 kW (136 hp) engine and 260 Nm of maximum torque. It is powered by a lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 50 kWh , certifying a maximum autonomy of 340 kilometers (WLTP). Its base price is 30,050 euros.
Kia e-Niro (from 30,000 euros)
The Korean compact SUV (measuring 4,375 millimeters long) can be chosen in different versions. The most affordable [Kia e-Niro] (Kia e-Niro) is equipped with a zero-emission powertrain that delivers up to 100 kW (136 hp) and a 39.2 kWh battery capacity for 289 km of range .
Volkswagen e-Golf (from 33,225 euros)
The electric version of the iconic Volkswagen Golf hit the market in 2014 and now, six years later, it is running out of its last months of commercial life before giving way to the new Volkswagen ID.3 , which will hit Spanish roads in September .
The Volkswagen e-Golf in its access version mounts an electric motor that develops 136 hp and is powered by a 35.8 kWh battery to offer up to 232 km of NEDC electric range . Its starting price is 33,225 euros.