French auto manufacturers Citroen has announced that its 2-passenger electric Quadricycle Citroen Ami, will be available for order for France from May, 11.
According to a statement from Citroën, the opening of orders will be on May 11, deployment in the Fnac and Darty stores is planned for mid-June 2020 while the Integration into the Free2Move fleet will be made from July 2020. Customers are expected to receive their delivery by July 2020.
New details of the electric car was also made available by the French company as well as the price of the electric car. € 6,000 is what you will have to pay, for the cash purchase, in order to acquire this electric city car with the help of the ecological bonus of € 900.
However, long term rentals was also offered over 48 months with a price of € 19.99 / month and a contribution of € 2,644 including tax. LDD is also available for 24 and 36 months.
The French company also promised to offer roadside assistance, power outage assistance if you are less than 100 km from your home, replacement of wearing parts, extension of the 2-year warranty for Friend and 3 years for drums for customers but a care contract fee of €9.99 will be paid monthly.
This launch is of particular importance for the French brand since it is launching in the cart type vehicles without a license.
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