The sale of fully electric cars is growing
In the first quarter of 2018, 3.945 were sold, an increase of 136 percent. The e-Golf is the most popular this is partly due to their all-inclusive proposition.
Recently, Volkswagen delivered the two thousandth e-Golf in the Netherlands. Since 2014 - the year this electric Volkswagen came on the market - sales in the Netherlands more than doubled year after year. In the first four months of 2018, even more copies of this electric Golf found an owner than in the whole of 2017.
The basis of this success is, among other things, the various all-inclusive propositions, including the HollandseWind charging subscription. Together with the competitive leasing rates of the e-Golf, this charging pass makes electric driving not only easier and CO2 neutral, but also more accessible than ever. "With this subscription e-Golf drivers at all charging stations in the Netherlands Eneco HollandseWind can charge (fast) electricity for a fixed amount per month and save up to 50 percent on fuel costs compared to those of a comparable Golf on petrol ", According to the VW importer. The charge subscription is from 35 euros per month.
The expectation is that private lease of electric cars may well grow considerably. Now by far the most new registrations of electric cars are business, about 87 percent. At the moment, private individuals are reservedly this is mainly caused by the currently high purchase prices of electric cars. "Private leasing can be an interesting option for this group of people, especially in view of the low fuel costs. The expectation is that the number of private leased electric cars will grow in the coming period. "