The 5 Cheapest Electric Cars in Spanish Market

 

It’s no secret that the future of the automobile industry is the electric car. Anti-pollution regulations are forcing manufacturers to develop cars with fewer and fewer emissions, seeking that the average number of cars sold does not exceed the known 95 g/km of CO₂. Otherwise, they will pay fines of millions of dollars.

The main consequence is that the supply of 100% electric cars is growing a lot. The problem is that, although more and more affordable options appear, we are still talking about expensive cars, at least in terms of initial investment. Yet, it’s important to know that when it comes to electric cars, besides the price there are other factors to pay attention to.

If you are considering purchasing an electric car, we leave you a list with the 5 cheapest electric cars currently on sale in Spain. These lists only include electric cars that you can currently buy in Spain.

 

Seat Mii Electric (from 18,490 euros)

Seat’s first electric car has hit the market through the big door, placing itself as the cheapest electric car in the Spanish market. With a 36.8 kWh battery and a range of 259 kilometers, it has positioned itself as the great alternative for urban and peri-urban mobility. It is based on the Mii combustion platform, which is shared with the Skoda eCitigo and the Volkswagen e-up.

 

Skoda eCitigo (from 19,850 euros)

The Skoda eCitigo is the first electric car from the Czech manufacturer. It is exactly the same car as the SEAT Mii Electric and Volkswagen e-up. All three are manufactured in the Czech Republic and are set to be a bestseller this year, 2020.

 

Peugeot iOn (from 21,852 euros)

The Citroën C-Zéro is the twin of the Peugeot iOn and the Mitsubishi i-Miev (now discontinued). It is for strictly urban use, both in terms of size and autonomy, of about 100 km in real conditions of use. The lack of updates and the arrival of more attractive proposals have greatly limited its possibilities.

 

Citroën C-Zero (from 21,877 euros)

The Citroën C-Zero is one of the oldest electric cars in the Spanish market. Based on the Mitsubishi i-MiEV, the French model is reluctant to die. Its price and its limited autonomy have limited its use to the fleet market for private and public entities. It is common to see it as part of eMov carsharing.

 

Volkswagen e-up! (from 22,585 euros)

The Volkswagen e-up! is the third of the “triplets” in the ranking. Despite being the same car, if you want to have the Volkswagen badge, you will have to pay a little more. Like the other similar models, it has more than worth 259 kilometers of autonomy, enough to go beyond the borders of the city.