According to what was decided by the wings of the Parliamentary arc, the 2021 incentives on the purchase of new and used cars is in the pipeline. For motorists, especially those with outdated or polluting cars, it could be the right opportunity to scrap and equip themselves with a more ecological or simply more technologically advanced car. There are different ranges to exploit, and regardless of the promotions put in place by the car manufacturers, you can get up to 10,000 euros discount for a new car, or 2,000 euros for a used car.
As for used cars, the maximum obtainable from the Ecobonus, two thousand euros, can be reached with a car whose emissions range from 0 to 60 g / km. In this sense, we can recommend an electric: Nissan Leaf it can be a good match, considering that it has a good range: with a second generation you can have a car that can travel 270 kilometers between charges, making it perfectly ideal for city life or even for commuter routes between home and I work. Moreover with a greater spaciousness than other electric minicars eligible for the bonus. The used electric road can be advantageous as it is possible that the market, growing, can keep the value of the car high should it be resold in the future.
On new cars, electric cars give the maximum discount, with as many as 6000 euros of state bonus, 2000 euros of extra bonuses and 2000 euros from the dealer. The ideal candidate to take advantage of this incentive and spend very little compared to the list price is Dacia Spring. The car is the entry level par excellence in the electric world, and even if there is not the same type of experience compared to a Tesla, it can represent the entry point for a different type of driving. The list price is around 22,000 euros for the Comfort Plus version with standard accessories.
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Of the same group, reachable with a higher expense (about 25,000 euros according to price list, before the eco-bonus), there is another opportunity. It’s a matter of Renault Zoe, car with more personality capable of reaching 400 kilometers of autonomy. The Zen outfitting, in particular, is advisable to make the most of the bonus and have a car with greater long-term value in your hands.
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For those wishing to spend a little more and take advantage of the 21-60 g / km emissions range, which should guarantee a saving of 6,500 euros at best, a good opportunity could be Skoda Octavia in plug-in hybrid version. The 1.4 TSI iV Plug-In Hybrid Executive DSG version at 37 thousand euros is already a good match, considering that it is a very well equipped, spacious and different sedan from the ‘usual’ more successful SUVs.
For a hyper-equipped and also good-looking car, imposing the right, there is Hyundai Tucson in plug-in hybrid version. The interior space is large, the technological equipment is of an excellent level. With the customer benefit and the eco-bonus you can get a nice saving, compared to a price list of over 40,000 euros, by bringing home a car with a premium soul.
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There are so many cars that can get the bonus, among those with emissions from 61-135 g / km. The patriotic choice is on Fiat Panda, perhaps in City Life hybrid version. But in the face of a lower incentive, of course: 3,500 euros.
Here is the 2021 incentive scheme for new cars:
- Emissions 0-20 g / km without scrapping: 4,000 euro State Ecobonus + 1,000 euro extra State bonus + 1,000 euro (+ VAT) concession holder; maximum total: 6,000 euros.
- Emissions 0-20 g / km with scrapping: € 6,000 State Ecobonus + € 2,000 extra State bonus + € 2,000 (+ VAT) concessionaire; maximum total: 10,000 euros.
- Emissions 21-60 g / km without scrapping: 1,500 euro State Ecobonus + 1,000 euro extra State bonus + 1,000 euro (+ VAT) concession holder; maximum total: 3,500 euros.
- Emissions 21-60 g / km with scrapping: 2,500 euro State Ecobonus + 2,000 euro State extra bonus + 2,000 euro (+ VAT) concessionaire; maximum total: 6,500 euros.
- Emissions 61-135 g / km with scrapping: 1,500 euros State + 2,000 euros (+ VAT) concessionaire; maximum total: 3,500 euros.
As for used cars:
- Emissions 0-60 g / km with scrapping: 2,000 euros;
- Emissions 61-90 g / km with scrapping: 1,000 euros;
- Emissions 91-160 g / km with scrapping: 750 euros.