5 new models available for less than 300 euros per month

Even with government assistance, electric vehicles are still quite expensive. But with the financial solutions that exist today, one can afford an electric model for reasonable monthly payments. We have selected 5 models for you up to 300 euros per month.

At the beginning of the year, we offered you a choice of 5 electric vehicles available for less than 100 euros per month. They were few, but some interesting models emerged, including the highly successful MG ZS EV or the queen of electric city cars, the Renault Twingo E-Tech.

A little later, we increased the budget from 100 to 200 euros per month, adding more versatile models to the batch, such as the Opel Mokka-e or Peugeot e-208.

From now on, we will move to a cut even higher, namely, what is between 200 and 300 euros per month. Pretty decent budget for a good electric car, enough to even touch some of the top models.

Electric Renault Mégane E-Tech from 260 euros per month

This is the novelty of the year among French electric vehicles. We had the opportunity to try it out, and we were blown away by the new electric Renault Mégane E-Tech, to say the least. While things aren’t perfect, the diamond firm’s electric car has a serious chance of becoming the best-selling electric car in France.

Endurance is announced at 300 km WLTP for the corresponding model, namely the Mégane E-Tech EV40. It has a 44 kWh battery and a 130 horsepower electric motor.

  • Contribution (bonus deducted): 4000 euro
  • Duration of funding: 37 month
  • Mileage: 30,000 km (i.e. 10,000 km per year)
  • Monthly payments: 260 euro
  • Total cost (fee + monthly payments): 13 360 Euro

Electric Kia e-Niro from 269 euros per month

The next generation Kia Niro has just been unveiled, but financing offers are already available. We haven’t had a chance to test the car yet, but on paper the numbers are interesting, very interesting even, with particularly good autonomy for a truly versatile use.

Kia is offering its new single-battery Niro at the moment in France. The brand estimates that it has a power of 64.8 kWh and a range of 463 km. It has a single 204 horsepower electric motor.

  • Contribution (bonus and conversion premium deducted): 2500 euro
  • Duration of funding: 49 month
  • Mileage: 40,000 km (i.e. 10,000 km per year)
  • Monthly payments: 269 ​​euros
  • Total cost (fee + monthly payments): 15 412 Euro

Volkswagen ID.3 from 279 €/month

A few weeks ago, the offer of the Volkswagen ID.3 in France was significantly reduced, in part due to a shortage of components, but also due to low sales of a small battery. The large 77 kWh battery also disappeared from the catalog.

At the time of writing, the Volkswagen ID.3 was only available with a 58kWh battery, giving it a claimed range of 425km. It is indexed by a 204 horsepower electric motor. The car is available only in the “Active” configuration.

  • Contribution (bonus and conversion premium deducted): 4000 euro
  • Duration of funding: 37 month
  • Mileage: 30,000 km (i.e. 10,000 km per year)
  • Monthly payments: 279 euros
  • Total cost (fee + monthly payments): 14 044 Euro

Hyundai Ioniq 5 from 279 euros per month

The tech cousin of the Kia EV6, the Hyundai Ioniq 5 is a successful electric vehicle we were able to get our hands on last year. This is a rather expensive model with the right equipment, but the Korean company manages to offer its crossover under the threshold of 300 € / month.

The Ioniq 5 is available with two batteries, a smaller one with 58 kWh and a larger one with 73 kWh. The model covered by the proposal benefits from the least, but this model still claims a range of 384 km according to the WLTP cycle. The kit is equipped with a 170 horsepower engine.

  • Contribution (bonus deducted): 4820 euros
  • Duration of funding: 37 month
  • Mileage: 30,000 km (i.e. 10,000 km per year)
  • Monthly payments: 279 euros
  • Total cost (fee + monthly payments): 14 864 Euro

Citroën ë-C4 from 289 euros per month

The Citroën ë-C4 is the technical cousin of the Peugeot e-208 and the other DS 3 Crossback E-Tense. The Citroën electric sedan is characterized by comfort and rather unconventional style.

With Citroën, the choice is simple, with only one battery available, which is claimed to be 50 kWh. Its autonomy is claimed at 340 km per charge, but the relatively high consumption we were able to note during our test does not allow this value to be reached in mixed use. The car is driven by a 136 horsepower engine. The advantage of this offer over others is that Citroën will not require you to make a contribution, which is absorbed by the environmental bonus and the conversion bonus.

  • Contribution (bonus and conversion premium deducted): 0 euro
  • Duration of funding: 48 month
  • Mileage: 40,000 km (i.e. 10,000 km per year)
  • Monthly payments: 289 euro
  • Total cost (fee + monthly payments): 13 872 Euro

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