If one of your resolutions for 2022 is brand new carJanuary is not a bad time to look at deals. Brands seek to start the year on the right foot in terms of Sales numbers and they begin to apply very interesting discounts.
With gasoline engine, with ECO label of the DGT or with 100% electric mechanics to launch yourself fully into sustainable mobility: whatever type of car you prefer, here are three proposals to consider.
Volkswagen T-Cross in stock for less than 25,000 euros
The Volkswagen T-Cross It was the first B-SUV to reach the German brand and it has been available in Spanish dealers for three years. Although it has aspects in common with the best seller SEAT Arona and the Volkswagen Polo Y Volkswagen T-ROC could be considered “his brothers” of the range, the T-Cross has its own design language.
This car is an ideal size to navigate the city and beyond, as it is 4.1 m long, 1.78 m wide and 1.55 m high. It has a movable rear seat that adjusts up to 14 cm, which results in a variable boot capacity, between 385 and 455 liters.
Among its standard equipment, the Volkswagen T-Cross includes on-board computer, radio with 8-inch screen, fatigue detector, speed limiter, multifunction steering wheel and “Front Assist” with pedestrian detection, emergency braking system in city, hill start assistant and fatigue detection.
Volkswagen currently has available units in stock with a three-cylinder 1.0 TSI 115 hp engine for a price of 24,704 euros (after VAT and taxes) in Advance finish, which adds to the standard equipment elements such as the multifunction leather steering wheel, front and rear parking aid, height adjustment for the passenger seat -and storage under that seat-, wheels of 16 ”alloy, climate control and variable load surface in the trunk.
Renault Captur hybrid, with a discount of almost 4,000 euros
Hybrid (non-plug-in) variants of the Rumble urban SUV with the surname E-TECH came to our market in 2021 to expand the family of ECO variants of the Renault Captur.
This ECO-labeled compact SUV shares a heart with the Renault Clio hybrid as it combines a four-cylinder atmospheric gasoline engine, 1.6 liters and 90 hp power with two electric motors who, together, sign 145 CV y 148 Nm of maximum torque.
In the equipment section the Renault Captur E-TECH From the Intens finish, it includes elements such as LED headlights, rear-view mirror with day and night function, electric rear windows, electric exterior mirrors, automatic lights and windshields, keyless starting and opening or dual-zone climate control.
It also incorporates 7 ”digital instrumentation and a Renault Easy Link system compatible with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, but without an integrated browser. For this version there is currently available an offer of 22,697 euros, which are 3,958 euros less than the 2022 rate price (26,655 euros in this case).
For those considering LPG options, Captur units are currently available in stock. from 17,258 euros for the access version, which have a discount of 4,647 compared to the rate price (21,905 euros).
Electric Fiat 500, with 8,000 euros discount
The quintessential Italian utility It is one of those considered “caprice cars” (also in its electric version) mainly because of its design and because of its ample skills in its natural environment, the city. The third generation Fiat 500, which arrived on the market last year, is more attractive than the previous one on an aesthetic level and presents somewhat looser heights, as well as the most complete equipment.
The Fiat 500e aims to be a best seller, as it ended 2021 as the sixth best-selling electric car in Spain (950 units), behind the Peugeot e-208, the Dacia Spring, the Renault ZOE, the KIA e-Niro and the Tesla Model 3, which won the coveted crown of its market with a wide difference compared to the rest of its rivals and more than 2,800 units sold.
In addition to its attractive aesthetics, the Fiat 500e stands out as the first car in its segment with autonomous driving level 2.
Among others, it has adaptive cruise control with sensitivity to cyclists and pedestrians, lane keeping assistant, automatic speed adjustment according to the limits of the road, blind spot detector, driver attention alert and perimeter sensors of 360 degree overhead view.
This model with 87 kW electric motor (118 hp) and lithium-ion battery with a total capacity of 42 kWh promises a range of 320 km (according to WLTP cycle). It is recharged through an 85 kW fast charger that guarantees 50 km of autonomy with only 5 minutes of recharging and reaches 80% of the total capacity in 35 minutes.
Out of the different offers available that we find for this model today, the Icon finish stands out, which now costs 22,503 compared to the fare price 8,097 euros more expensive.
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