Should you go to Germany to buy Dacia’s new small electric car?
The Dacia Spring has established itself by far as the cheapest electric car on the market. It costs € 16,990 first price, and € 12,403 once the ecological bonus has been deducted. The high-end version claims € 13,498 once the ecological bonus has been deducted. An interesting sum in absolute terms, even if there is still something to hesitate with a classic Sandero (even cheaper and more comfortable).
In Germany, this new Dacia Spring costs more: from € 20,490 in the basic version. But the ecological bonus linked to the purchase of a new electric vehicle is also more interesting there: it reaches € 9,570! Enough to lower the starting bill for Spring to € 10,920 in Germany. Yes, it is € 1,500 cheaper than in France …
Buying a Spring in Germany, the right plan?
So, should you buy your Dacia Spring in Germany rather than in France? And is it possible to add the French ecological bonus when registering a German Spring for the first time on French soil? It would be interesting to see if an imported vehicle is eligible for this bonus with us. If so, would it be possible to benefit from the bonuses in both countries?