Pre-lockdown I had an i3 from them for a year or so and was happy with the service / vehicle. The flexibility of being able to hand it back when lockdown was upon us was good too. Haven’t felt the need for an additional car alongside the main family one since, but I’d certainly consider them again if I wanted a shorter-term solution.BTW, for anyone curious about what it's like to have an EV, this is an interesting option: Get The Best Electric Car Subscriptions - All-Inclusive | Onto
Really?! Wow. I know that they're well above the threshold for government grant here. So how much is the standard RWD M3 there (that's £42,990 over here)?The tesla M3s seems exceedingly expensive compared to sale prices in Norway where they are en Kona/ID3 territory broadly speaking (or just slightly above).
We've waived VAT and CO2 fees. I just noticed that the lease prices for the M3 seemed to be way over the ID3 and ID4 leases, while the sale prices doesn't seem that different in Norway.Really?! Wow. I know that they're well above the threshold for government grant here. So how much is the standard RWD M3 there (that's £42,990 over here)?
Edit - a simple reading of the Tesla site suggests £30,547.93! Does that include a big grant? I've heard that Norway may waive VAT on EVs. But even so, the price over here without VAT is £35,825.
Edit2 - I see that we also have to pay a 10% import duty (which you don't). So knocking that off would make it £32,568 - still not quite as cheap... perhaps there's more of a competitive pricing.