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They are the cheapest electric cars: Now they are sold out

Sounded a electric car for around 150.000-170.000 kr. as a good deal for you, you must arm yourself with patience. the Volkswagen Group, behind Denmark's che

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They are the cheapest electric cars: Now they are sold out

Sounded a electric car for around 150.000-170.000 kr. as a good deal for you, you must arm yourself with patience.

the Volkswagen Group, behind Denmark's cheapest electric car in the form of the VW e-Up, Skoda Citigo e iV and Seat Mii electric, the latter with a starting price of 149.990 kr. is the cheapest electric car you can buy right now.

the Problem is just that you have to have great patience in order to get your hands on one, they are sold out.

It writes the FDM.

On Skodas website reports Citigo is no longer of modeloversigten, and according to the FDM is the electric Citigo 'totally sold out the rest of the year'. At Seat, you can still find the cheapest electric car on the website, but it is followed by a subject.

- the Interest and the demand of Denmark's cheapest electric car, the Mii electric, has been so great that we already now sold out. You can still order the Mii electric at your Seat dealer, however, delivery is expected in 2021, writes the Seat of the electric car.

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According to the FDM, you can also still order the VW e-Up, but here is the delivery time of six months, and why the deliveries to new customers at the earliest can be about 1. december.

part of the reason why there p.t. out of the three cars from the Volkswagen Group, is, that the Danish car buyers are positive about the models.

Figures from the Bilstatistik.dk shows that danes have received the updated versions of the electrical mikrobiler. Thus, up to and including 30. april been registered 112 Volkswagen e-Up, 23 Seat Mii electric and six Skoda Citigo e iV.

But the sales figures are not the only explanation.

the FDM also suggests that deliveries from the three factories has been very limited, why there would not have been a particularly large number of models, customers have been able to get with the same.

See also: Electric Up do it well: But has VW dummet themselves?

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