Electric Honda e:Ny1: temporarily unloaded and less expensive

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Honda e:Ny1

Honda is introducing a temporarily available and fully loaded version of the electric e:Ny1. This does a clever trick. The Honda e:Ny1 Limited Edition qualifies for a SEPP purchase subsidy, which on paper gives it an extra major advantage.

Those in the market for an electric Honda currently have little choice in the Netherlands. The mischievous E can no longer be ordered, which makes the electric variant of the HR-V – the Honda e:Ny1 – the only option. It is available as an Elegance from €48,750 and as a packed Advance from €52,820. Honda is now introducing a temporarily available special edition. It has plenty of equipment and is smartly priced.

The e:Ny1 Limited Edition is packed as standard with all the goodies that Honda has to offer in terms of indulgence. The standard equipment is the same as that of the regular top version Advance, supplemented with some extras. This way you can choose one of Honda’s Metallic/Pearl paints free of charge, which normally cost €800 to €1,500 extra. The brand has given the e:Ny1 Limited Edition a starting price of €46,149, making it – although it is fully loaded – slightly cheaper than the e:Ny1 in Elegance trim (€48,750). The price difference with the normal and the top version called Advance is even greater. The fiscal price (list value) of the Honda e:Ny1 Limited Edition is €37,189 below 45 grand. This means: €2,950 SEPP subsidy.

Standard equipment includes a 10.2-inch digital instrument cluster, a 15.1-inch multimedia screen, an extensive audio system, heated front seats, a heated steering wheel, Honda Parking Pilot, Honda’s Multi View camera system, parking beepers all around, a panoramic glass roof, an electrically opening and closing tailgate and 18-inch alloy wheels. The Honda e:Ny1 always has a 204 hp electric motor and a 68.8 kWh battery pack, good for a range of up to 412 kilometers

– Thanks for information from Autoweek.nl

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