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Better Place’s new owner looks to sell remaining fleet of electric cars

ed the financially troubled electric car infrastructure firm Better Place has begun the process of selling off the company’s stock of Renault electric cars.

The new owners, Success Assets, have set a NIS 80,000 selling price for the company’s new cars, stored at Ashdod Port and a Renault factory in Turkey. The price does not include charges related to the electrical supply for the car, which are billed separately. The stock of vehicles up for sale were purchased by Better Place, but it did not manage to clear the cars through customs before going bankrupt.

The cars still cannot clear customs, because Better Place has to post a guarantee enabling it to reinstate its importer’s license. Although the cars slated to be sold have never been driven, some may have sustained damage due to the lengthy period they have been out in the open. Some are also more than a year old.

Better Place is therefore required to title them in its own name and sell them to members of the public as used cars.


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