Starting today, with the publication in the Official Gazette, the process of “green incentives” for cars, which will start immediately – with the possibility of requiring contracts at dealerships – but will have to wait until May 25 to activate the platform on commercial companies who will have to “book” the practice to receive the bonus . Discounts can range from €2,000 for cars with conventional low-impact engines, up to €5,000 for 100% electric vehicles with vehicle scrapping below the Euro5 rating.
Even if price lists can change in the next few hours, due to the arrival of incentives that will in many cases replace those practiced by homes, here are some examples of potential savings.
Among the diesel engines, the best-selling model in April was the Peugeot 3008 BlueHDi 130 S&S Allure which costs €36,000 and emits 104g/km of CO2. It falls within the range of conventional low-emissions engines (61-135 g/km) with prices up to €35 thousand excluding VAT. So you will benefit from a reduction of €2000 but only through scrapping. The Fiat 500X 1.6 TD (€26,400; 121g/km CO2) and Jeep Compass Longitude (€32,900; 135g/km CO2), second and third in the market, will also get an incentive, again with scrapping , worth 2000 euros.
Even Mhev or Hev hybrid petrol models will get a €2,000 bonus. This bonus will apply to the best-selling model in April, the Fiat Panda 1.0 FireFly 70Cv S&S Hybrid (€13,850, 111-109 g/km CO2), to the Toyota Yaris Hybrid (€24,950, 115 g/km CO2). ) and the Valencia Ypsilon (14,000 €, 110/112 g/km CO2), second and third, respectively.
For plug-in hybrid models that can travel up to 60-70 km in 100% electric mode. Scrap bonus up to 4000 euros. This is the discount for the Jeep Compass 4xe Phev whose list price of €45,890 is in the allocation range (45k + VAT), the Jeep Renegade 4xe Phev (38,550) and the Bmw X1 Phev (46.499).
The greatest benefits are obtained by purchasing a 100% electric model. Bestseller in April, the Nuova 500 Elettrica benefits from a total bonus of 5,000 euros with scrapping and thus goes from 27,300 euros to 22,300 euros, as long as new software by the manufacturer is also not included on the financing front. Same benefits as the second best selling electric car, the Smart Eq Fortwo (starting at €25,026) and the third, the Dacia Spring EV (€22,103) which drops to just over €17,000.
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