GreenNCAP experts have placed Dacia Spring at the top of the list of the most efficient electric cars on the old continent, reports the Romanian site greatnews.ro.
The Spring, which is also the cheapest electric car in Europe, managed to achieve very satisfactory consumption values, namely 16.2 kWh/100 km. In a cold weather test at highway level, the value jumped to 23 kWh per 100 km.
Even at low temperatures, the Dacia Spring consumes 22.5 kWh/100 km, with a range calculated at 180 km. Regarding this value, it should be noted that the autonomy announced by the manufacturer is 230 kilometers. Under the worst conditions, Spring had a range of 141 kilometers and a consumption of 23 kWh. At the end of all these tests, the electric Dacia achieved a score of 9.8 for efficiency and 10 for the clean air index and greenhouse gas emissions. As a result, Dacia’s first electric vehicle achieves the overall average score of 9.9.
It should be noted that in the same ranking, after Dacia Spring, were Tesla Model 3, the Chinese model NIO ET7 and Renault Megane E-Tech.
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