Volkswagen eup! – Designed for the City

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Volkswagen e-up! – Designed for the

Mike Bourne | 19th 2013

Volkswagen’s electric has arrived amidst constantly charging infrastructure in the UK. So does make the new e-up! all the more to own? Let’s find

The New e-up!

Britain’s charging is getting better by the day. And it that e-up! has arrived in time. We recently grabbed an to cruise this all-electric VW around on UK roads.

The first that we are going to break to you put you off for once. It is priced at around which is definitely nothing to being cheap. This is including the £5,000 grant the Government and makes it more than the bigger Renault ZOE similar specs by £5,000.

The e-up! is quite comfortable and to drive; quite similar to its counterpart. It does feel a lot sophisticated though. Its expensive and limited driving range, are expected to restrict the number of buyers.

Nevertheless, if you are someone forward to take a plunge the world of EVs, then seems to be the one with a distinct of genius.

The Appearance

One thing that’s about the e-up! is that it brags about its zero emission aspect. e-up! and the up! can be told apart due to the former’s LED front lamps, aerodynamically alloy disks and subtle badges in their blue

The dashboard and centre console are taken from the standard up. the easily operable controls familiar.

The 81bhp electric weighing 210kg, sits the floor between the axles. It, doesn’t hog on boot capacity, 250l baggage space

The e-up! offers a 93-mile on full charge, almost at par close rivals. This version is dexterous at handling, minimum body roll cornering and is as sprightly as the 74bhp variant.

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e-up!’s regenerative brakes end up slightly under the most setting out of the five. However, you ever need to push the as soon as you get off the throttle, in stop-start traffic.

There are two eco modes to aid increasing the driving range by the power generated by the electric However, even when modes are selected, you have to to notice any remarkable difference in the motor’s performance.

Press the throttle gently and electric up! version surges in total silence. It can go from to 62mph in 12.4 seconds, is 0.8s quicker than model. The initial acceleration is however, it does have to past 40mph.

But this is not a you would want to drive on a even though it can travel at a speed of a sound 81mph. The from the tyre and wind are felt largely due to the absence of any from the engine.

The e-up. however, happily within the city, its designated So, if the metropolitan rush hour is the that you are habituated to, then might just be your cup of

This article is written by Bourne who has 17 years experience in the industry. Michael is Marketing for National Tyres and Autocare, the largest independent tyre Michael also sits on the committee of the influential not-for-profit organisation, TyreSafe.

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