Dacia has begun accepting pre-orders for the Spring EV Comfort Plus version in Germany. This version of the electric car will go to dealers this fall at a price of 21,790 euros or 12,220 euros with a government subsidy of 9,570 euros.
Includes a 7-inch touchscreen navigation system, smartphone integration, rear parking sensors, a rearview camera and metallic paintwork, plus orange accents inside and out. Customers can order a 30 kW fast charger as an option.
Entry-level comfort will be even more affordable – € 10,920 with a grant for an electric vehicle and comes standard with manual air conditioning, Bluetooth radio and Mode 2 charging cable. White will be the main color and metallic paint will be available at an additional cost.
Both versions have an electric motor with 45 PS and 125 Nm. Power is supplied by a 27.4 kWh battery. Spring has a total cruising range of 305 km in the city and 230 km combined in the WLTP cycle. It accelerates to 100 km / h in a disappointing 19.1 seconds and has a top speed of 125 km / h.
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At 3734 mm, 1.579 mm wide and 1488 mm high, with a 2.423 mm wheelbase and 151 mm ground clearance. By comparison, the third-generation Sandero hatchback, which entered production last year on the Renault CMF-B platform, is 4088 mm long, 1848 mm wide and 1499 mm high.
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