That’s a question only you can decide really, based on your regular journeys alongside any one off trips you make.I've been offered an older model e-up for not a bad price and I'm trying to decide if it's worth going for or waiting to see if I can get the newer one with more range
Is the older 90 mile range easy to live with ? I'd expect that to drop significantly over winter. I only have a short commute but I'm not entirely sure I can live with < 100 mile range but the price seems reasonable enough
If you never travel more than 30 miles from home, it might be ideal, but it could be quite tiresome if you regularly do longer away from home out of range trips.
Not sure if the early e-Ups have rapid CCS charging as standard, but if so that will make it easier to live with on those longer trips.