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Why the Renault Megane E-Tech is suddenly thousands of thousands of euros cheaper -

Renault lowered the prices of the Megane E-Tech. And sometimes they are not nice. The most expensive version saves you just 6000 euros.

All versions of the electric Renault Megane have become cheaper and are now eligible for the SEPP subsidy. That can be of great benefit to you. The most expensive version of the Megane E-Tech has cost 47,900 euros (Optimum Charge Iconic) so far. Renault reduced that amount to 44,870 euros. They didn't do that for nothing, because that means that the most expensive electric Megane suddenly falls into the price range where private buyers receive a SEPP subsidy. And so, on top of the price reduction of 3000 euros, they receive another 2950 euros 'discount'. This way the benefit increases to 5980 euros.

Also cheapest Megane E-Tech cheaper

Renault reduced all prices of the Renault Megane E-Tech. The entry-level Megane with 130 hp first cost 37,300 euros, but that is now 36,370 euros. Saves you 930 euros. You can then also deduct 2950 euros SEPP subsidy from the amount. The range of the EV40 with 130 hp is 300 kilometers.


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Renault Megane E-Tech (2023) new prices

  • EV40 130 pk Boost Charge 36.370 euro
  • EV60 220 pk Optimum Charge Equilibre 39.370 euro
  • EV60 220 pk Optimum Charge Techno 41.870 euro
  • EV60 220 pk Optimum Charge Iconic 44.870 euro
  • Business Edition EV60 130 pk Optimum Charge  39.370 euro

Price difference Volkswagen ID.3

Due to the price reduction, the difference with the Volkswagen ID.3 on. The updated ID.3 costs 42,690 euros. Real bargain hunters also stick their nose around the corner of the MG dealer, because the MG4 is a bit cheaper. It costs 32,285 euros.

Not that the French had any complaints about interest; Renault managed to sell 3000 Megane E-Tech models in the Netherlands this year. The colleagues from Volkswagen did not get further than 2347 ID.3s. 1483 of the MG4 Electric have so far passed the dealer thresholds.

This post was last modified on September 6, 2023 1:17 pm


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