Mercedes-Benz EQC driving report from "Voice over Cars". Today the waiting period for the Mercedes-Benz EQC has dropped. That's why we can show you the video of "Voice over Cars". In the video itself you get the vehicle presented again. Jens shows it from the outside, from the inside, goes into the built-in technology and describes his subjective driving impression. Fun-Fact: In the video he even greets you, so he is the first YouTuber targeted to you as a target group and of course he is right with his statement.
Mercedes-Benz EQC driving report from "Voice over Cars":
We are pleased to add something to his Mercedes-Benz EQC driving report: the base price of the EQC is less than 60,000 euros (net). Thus, the vehicle can be promoted in Germany. The environmental bonus is € 2,000 from the state in Germany, € 2,000 is paid by Daimler. So save 4,000 euros, thanks to environmental bonus. By the way, only the base price counts here, the individual equipment does not matter.
When the company car taxation is paid, if purchased before the end of 2021, only 0.5% instead of 1.0% equity and until at least the end of 2020, the Mercedes-Benz EQC once exempt from the motor vehicle tax. The EQC gets a green environmental badge and on request also an E-mark is obligatory.
Driving a car in Oslo – not a cheap pleasure?
Dangers is Jens the EQC in Norway. By the way, all roads leading to Oslo are subject to tolls. The prices depend on the time and environmental aspect. During rush hour and with a diesel it is more expensive. Gasoline and hybrid vehicles pay the normal price and we with the electric car? Paying nothing!
Norway is a very long country. From bottom to top you drive 30 hours. No matter if day or night: In Norway you always drive with light. If you do not do it, you pay at least 250 euros. Otherwise, Norway is not exactly the most car-friendly country.
Too fast in Norway? That will be fast expensive!
The top speed is 100 km / h, which is of course excellent for electric vehicles. In the city one drives between 30 and 50 km / h, on country roads 80 km / h. Who drives 20 km / h too fast and gets caught, pays the equivalent of about 375 euros. At 50 km / h too fast 900 euros are due.
On the other hand, it is cheap to drive an electric vehicle in Norway, because electromobility has been or is being strongly promoted in Norway. First, the electric vehicles are cheaper, moreover, you save the toll and can also park more often for free. You can tell by the number of registrations. Over 50,000 pure electric vehicles are e.g. approved around Oslo. For the electric driver 1300 public charging stations are ready, which were all free of charge. This should change now to ensure the rotation.
Now we wish you a lot of fun with the Mercedes-Benz EQC driving report from "Voice over Cars":
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