While the e-up! has an impressive turn of speed and its 93 mile range is decent, it’s somewhat handicapped by its price: after government grants are taken into account, the e-up! costs about £20,000 – over twice as much as a petrol-powered up!. The e-up! makes up for this slightly with generous levels of equipment, including heated front seats, climate control, touchscreen sat-nav, automatic emergency braking and cruise control, but it’s still expensive. Read the full review here.
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