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VW e-up! pricing announced

VW has revealed the e-up! will be priced at £19,250, including the £5,000 Government grant

The all-electric VW e-up! will cost from £19,250, including the £5,000 government plug-in car grant, when it goes on sale 3 December this year, although first deliveries aren’t expected until February 2014.

At that price, the e-up! costs £4,857 more than its biggest rival, a top-spec Renault Zoe. The Nissan Leaf, in range-topping Tekna trim, costs a substantial £6,240 more but comes with far more interior space.

Powered by an electric motor producing around 81bhp and 240Nm of torque, VW claims the e-up! is able to cover up to 93 miles on a single charge. Top speed is 81mph, while the sprint from 0-62mph takes 12.4 seconds. A full recharge takes less than nine hours from a standard household socket.



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