Electric cars and ISEE bonus: all models available

Electric cars and ISEE bonus: all models available

Electric cars and ISEE bonus

Families with an income of less than 30,000 euros will soon be able to buy an electric car directly from the dealership with a 40% discount from the list value and without having to scrap any car. The practices, similar to the Ecobonus, are managed directly by the concessionaire and to leave, only the publication of the implementing decree by the Ministry of Economy is awaited.

At present, funds of approximately 20 million euros are expected. which, assuming a discount of around 10,000 per car, should cover around 1,800 families. In order to access the bonus, however, some simple requirements are necessary: ​​

have a family ISEE income of less than 30 thousand euros; purchase (or lease) an electric car that has a price without VAT of less than 30 thousand euros (36 thousand net of VAT); buy an electric car with a maximum power of 150 kW (204 hp) - currently the market offers more than 50; join the initiative by 31 December 2021. The bonus is aimed at all those who do not have a car, compatible with the methods described by the Ecobonus, to be scrapped. We remind you that the ISEE bonus is an alternative and cannot be combined with those already provided by the Government with the 2021 Budget Law. Therefore, scrapping incentives are excluded but the economic aid provided by regions, provinces and municipalities remains in place.

In this regard, it is good to carefully evaluate whether it is more advantageous to join the current Ecobonus or to benefit from the ISEE bonus; in some scenarios, which we will report to you below, it may appear more advantageous to join the new initiative. We reiterate once again that in order to apply for the ISEE bonus it is essential that the student has an income of less than 30 thousand euros, therefore the choice is limited only to certain categories.

Ecobonus, ISEE bonus and scrapping: what is worthwhile?

In fact, if there is the possibility of scrapping, less affluent families should consider both hypotheses carefully because depending on the list price it could be more convenient to use the current Ecobonus instead of the ISEE bonus. For example, the real convenience of the ISEE discount arises for electric cars that have the highest list prices, those on which the 40% discount exceeds the maximum € 10,000 of the Ecobonus + scrapping, or over the list price of 25,000 euros.

Model Isee discounted price - (-40%) Discounted price with scrapping - Ecobonus + incentives (-10,000 euros) Discounted price without scrapping - Ecobonus + incentives (-6,000 euros) Citroen e-C4 price list 21,090 euros 25,150 euro 29,150 euro 35,150 euro Dacia Spring 11,940 euro 9,900 euro 13,900 euro 19,900 euro Renault Twingo Electric 13,770 euro 12,950 euro 16,950 euro 22,950 euro Volkswagen ID.3 20,880 euro 24,800 euro 28,800 euro 34,800 euro

Which cars are compatible?

If you have the opportunity to access the bonus, you can choose from a series of cars produced by Citroen, Dacia, Fiat, Kia, Opel, Peugeot, Renault and many others. More in detail:

Manufacturer Model Equipment Citroen New e-C4 Electric Feel Dacia Spring Comfort Fiat 500 and 500 3 + 1 Action, Passion, La Prima, Icon Honda e - Hyundai e-Niro - Mazda MX-30 Exclusive e Launch Edition Mini Mini Full Electric Cooper SE Nissan Leaf Acenta Opel e-Corsa Elegance, GS Line, GS Line + Opel e-Mokka BEV Edition Peugeot e-208 Active, Allure Renault Zoe Life, Business, Zen Skoda Enyaq iv - Smart forfour Pure, Passion, Pulse, Prime Smart fortwo Pure, Passion, Pulse, Prime Volkswagen ID.3 City Volkswagen Up! e-Up!

Romania increases scrappage bonuses and budget for electric car subsidies

The Romanian Government will increase the car scrappage bonus by some 15% to RON 7,500 (approx EUR 1,500), environment minister Barna Tanczos announced on Tuesday, March 23.

'Additionally, we have two eco-bonuses that come on the top of the car scrappage bonus and support those who buy hybrid cars. Here, the eco bonus increases from RON 2,500 to RON 3,000 (EUR 600). In the case of cars with CNG or LPG systems, the eco-bonus increases from RON 1,000 to 1,500 (EUR 300),' the environment minister explained, Economica.net reported.

The total budget of the Rabla Clasic program will increase to RON 440 mln (EUR 90 mln) this year, from RON 405 mln in 2020, which will cover some 55,000 to 60,000 beneficiaries, according to the minister.

Meanwhile, the budget of the Rabla Plus program, which finances those who buy plug-in hybrid and electric cars, will double this year to RON 400 mln (EUR 82 mln). The program offers EUR 10,000 bonuses to those who buy full electric cars and EUR 4,500 to those who buy plug-in hybrids. The environment minister expects over 10,000 beneficiaries this year.

Separately, he announced that the Environment Ministry would resume the program for renewing home electronics with more energy-efficient ones in the last week of April. The scheme was blocked last fall, hours before its launch, and the Government announced security issues related to the online registration platform.

Those who replace their laptops will get the highest bonuses (RON 500, just over EUR 100). The bonuses for purchasing energy-efficient refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners, and TV sets were set at RON 400.

The Government earmarked RON 75 million (EUR 15.4 mln) for such bonuses provided to those replacing their old electronics. In the previous similar scheme carried out in 2019, the budget was only RON 40 mln.

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