Premium SE 28kW 2017
EV60 220bph Techno 2022
An EV that is great for both EV Beginners and Experts. The 22KW AC option is a must have for the most charging options.
Great second family car or even main car (if you are single, couple without children/dogs or if you are not a car-dependent family).
Easily 200km in summer, in winter or on highway less.
I liked this car, but with a baby, stroller etc. it was little bit complicated to fit in.
RWD 73kwh Premium 2022
I replaced my eGolf with the Ioniq 5 in February 2023. I have driven 4000 miles, my expected annual mileage is around 12000 to 15000 miles.
I was influenced heavily by the many positive reviews of this ev , and the Musk effect disrupting ev values made a nearly new model affordable. I found this dealer ex demo on AutoTrader.
Am I pleased with the car? Does it live up to expectations? Read on.
Even as a man, who does innovation for a living, I can barely digest some stuff on my Taycan 4S. But at the same time, I love this car so much that I cannot imagine a switch to Tesla or anything else.