Patser wrote: »
So I had contacted Opel for details and received email today
Am I reading that right, €43k before grants for top of range, so around €34k after grants (roughly). I had started thinking of a Tesla Model 3, but the 50k price tag is a killer.
haphaphap wrote: »
41k for top of the line stuffed to the gills model in Germany before 9k rebate from manufacturer and government. Doesn't answer your question but it is an impressive lump of a thing for that sort of money.
MarkN wrote: »
Boot smaller (350 L), rear legroom wouldn't be as big and tunnel in the floor due to it being based on a ICE platform.
Seriously impressive sound proofing from the outside world, interior one of the best for the price of it - particularly compared to other EVs but that's again because it's not a ground up.
daheff wrote: »
I'm seeing <34k on the opel.ie website for the top spec with metallic paint & every option I can see to pick.
Might be in market for a full ev in Jan as my PCP is up with the Niro. @ 6k less than e-Niro I'm definitely interested. Be good to get an idea of size. Anybody know how this compares to Niro?