This little electric car is outdated with the tiny 14,5 kWh battery, but it could sell if it had a more reasonable price. Considering that Citroen and Peugeot sell the more recent gas models C1 and 108 in the same country for 8.890 €, they can drop the price of the old electric car even more. 17.850 € is still overpriced and shows the lack of interest in selling electric cars.
But if the little Mitsubishi MiEV brothers are still expensive in Germany, what can we say about other countries where they are sold for more than 30.000 €? For example, in Italy they cost 30.690 €.
It is expected a similar price drop in other European countries in the next few weeks.
In my opinion it shouldn’t cost more than 14.000 € before any government incentives.
If you live in Germany you can check the link below. They are now selling the Peugeot iOn for 14.454 €, but they change the price a lot.
You can thank Marcel Optenhöfel for the info 🙂
And in the links below Peugeot iOn costs 14.523 €.
And if you live in other country where this car costs a lot more, you can contact Citroen and Peugeot (email or Facebook) and tell them you are interested in buying the car, but only at a fair price. That’s what I did. At least they now know that electric car buyers exist, but aren’t stupid.
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