Oh yeah I knew it was close, it would be great to drop by as it has been years since I saw you at Ringmeet. Just scouting for ideas at the moment, I was supposed to go to Albufeira in 2020 but we know how that went. They have Tuk-tuk tours rather than Twizy.Sintra is very close to Lisbon and if you don' t stop to say hi I will be very offended!
Been at the local Renault dealership today (it's more of a small pop-and-son garage with a few colourful Megane E-Techs lined outside), and we went through the numbers: A snazzy new Twizzy with doors and lockable windows is a frugal 205.- SFR/EUR per month in my case. Not bad. I haven't singed anything so far, but thas was a really easy and informative time.
One negative point of course in the fact that a brand new Twizzy will not just turn up tomorrow afternoon, so it could take quite some time until they have clomped one together for me, but even with that I think going for a new one is a good option.
How do you mean this? You mean the planned successor?Also maybe consider that twizzy replacement if they can get one
With the contract option I discussed at Renault I would basicly buy the thing. I would have to pay a initial down payment (at my choice), then the monthly fees of 205.- for 48 months, and in the end I can pay up the leftover balance which wouldn't be much. - Or I could use the equity to go for another new one, or I could just pay up the overall balance at any time and the thing would be mine too.I assume a delivery date wasn't discussed? Also is that lease price per month or financing?
That totally baffeld me too: No documents were required, no employment contract or bank statements, at all!It was almost too easy to set up the PCP lease on my Tesla, it's no wonder people get into debt they can't afford with them.