Really keen on getting a kona, but seems a lot of money for a hyundai. Starting to see prices coming down a bit, carwow quoting £32.5k for a premium. Hoping second hand prices will follow suit.
I think they are going to be around £30k for quite a while, including secondhand ones. The Kona snuck under the radar as a serious competitor to Tesla while the press were looking at Porsche, Jaguar, Mercedes, and all the other supposed "Tesla killers".Really keen on getting a kona, but seems a lot of money for a hyundai. Starting to see prices coming down a bit, carwow quoting £32.5k for a premium. Hoping second hand prices will follow suit.
If prices do come down, it has to be reflected in the "List Price" as that is what the "road tax" is based on. The Premium SE has a list price above the magic £40k level, which ensures it is liable for the luxury car tax. I know these are not the official terms but it is what people understand.
Good news, VED now zero on all EV’s for 5 years but no plug in grant for cars over 50K list price. So good news for the all Kona purchasers unless you bought one recently, ouch. If anyone has one on order hopefully the Coronavirus problems will delay registration into the new tax year.
Budget 2020: Electric cars exempt from VED surcharge. Providing a further incentive for drivers and fleets to switch to electric cars, the chancellor has announced that zero-emission cars will be exempt from the Vehicle Excise Duty (VED) 'expensive car supplement' until 2025.