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Electric Volkswagen e-Up is back, but still too expensive

Electric cars are expensive. We cannot escape that for the time being. We know it, we understand it, but sometimes we still find it hard to swallow. You bought a Volkswagen Up ten years ago from 8,000 euros. Then the current starting price of 16,900 euros is already swallowing, but 25,850 euros for an e-Up all the way.

Volkswagen e-Up with 83 hp and 32.3 kWh

Volkswagen withdrew its electric mini from the delivery program at the beginning of this year. Now it’s back, with the same specs, the same range, but with a slightly higher price. The Volkswagen e-Up is 83 hp strong, has a 32.3 kWh battery and a WLTP range of more than 250 kilometers.

Full on the fast charger in an hour

If you place the Volkswagen e-Up on the wallbox at home, its battery will be full again after 5.5 hours. If you choose to connect it to a 40 kW CCS DC charger, you will see the charge level of the car at 80 percent after about an hour.

Volkswagen e-Up in two versions

The Volkswagen e-Up is available in two versions: the basic version costing 25,850 euros and the E-Up Style for 27,200 euros. The main difference between the two is that the Style has high-gloss black mirror caps, body-colored bumpers, alloy wheels, tinted windows, mood lighting and chrome accents in the interior.

You drive the Volkswagen Up for a fixed low amount per month via Volkswagen Private Lease

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