Greece is the most economical country for an electric car [Έρευνα]

According to a survey for the annual Car Cost Index of LeasePlan, Greece is the most economical country to use an electric car, with the cost of using it being lower than the cost of using a car with an internal combustion engine ( ICE).

At the same time, the cost of using cars with diesel engines in our country is the lowest among the 22 European countries that participated in the survey, with Poland being the country with the lowest cost of using cars with gasoline engines.

Overall, Greece is the most economical country for driving a car, as it has the lowest total monthly usage costs, € 743 on average, compared to other countries. Switzerland is more expensive with the total monthly usage costs being € 1,138 on average.

In relation to the GDP of each country, the total cost of use is the highest for drivers in Switzerland and Portugal and the lowest for drivers in Denmark and Germany.

In terms of electric cars in the B-segment they are cost competitive in 8 European countries, C-segments are cost competitive in 14 European countries, while electric cars in the D1 category are cost competitive in 16 European countries and in the D2 category in 17 countries.

The Car Cost Index is a comprehensive analysis that reveals the actual cost of using a car – including fuel costs, depreciation, taxes, insurance coverage and maintenance costs – in 22 European countries: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland , France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Slovakia, Luxembourg, Poland, Romania and the United Kingdom.

In the 2021 Car Cost Index, the cost is estimated at an average of the first four years of use and requires 30,000 kilometers of driving per year. “Competitive cost” is defined for the purposes of the Index as: Electric vehicles that are not more than 5% more expensive than their respective internal combustion vehicles.


Source: Autoblog.gr by www.autoblog.gr.

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