50 cities in comparison: where the switch to electromobility is particularly worthwhile

Electricity instead of fuel

50 cities in comparison: where the switch to electromobility is particularly worthwhile

50 cities in comparison: where the switch to electromobility is particularly worthwhile-switch
Arne Dedert/dpa/symbol image A pictogram of an electric car can be seen in a parking space.

The comparison portal Verivox has examined electricity and fuel costs in the 50 largest German cities. Drivers in Munich and Bremen particularly strongly reduce their fuel costs – there are electricity prices well below the German average.

Despite government funding, electric cars are usually more expensive than combustion engineers when buying. The running costs are significantly lower, if only because of the many tax privileges for electric drivers. With the same mileage, the necessary current costs almost half less than gasoline and over a third less than diesel.

Electricity is more expensive than it should be

The prices for super gasoline and diesel fluctuate in the 50 largest German cities, but rarely deviate more than two percent from the national average, such as the tank data for the period to May 2021 from clever tank.de show.With the electricity prices that are much higher due to the energy transition in Germany than in other EU countries, there are significantly larger fluctuations in the same period, which are particularly due to network fees of different locations. The comparison portal has taken a closer look at the German cities.

50 cities in comparison: where the switch to electromobility is particularly worthwhile-electromobility
verivox.de E-cars and electricity prices: where the changeover is particularly worthwhile

Munich and Bremen in first place

The cheapest electricity in the cities examined is available in Munich – According to the Verivox data, the electricity price is around eleven percent below the nationwide average, While the fuel prices show no significant deviation from the federal average. If you switch to electricity, you also save the most here – namely around 517 euros.

The drivers in Bremen and Mulheim would also benefit above average from switching to electrical drive – drivers can save 480 euros average here a year.

E-car driver VS. Combined driver: Who continues in the year?

50 cities in comparison: where the switch to electromobility is particularly worthwhile-cities

Site E-car driver VS. Combined driver: Who continues in the year?

Stuttgart is going too

The highest electricity prices in the 50 largest cities are due, according to Verivox data in Stuttgart. They are around ten percent above the German average. The saving by switching to an electric car drops to 401 euros. In Hamburg, electricity costs are eight percent above the average, the savings are then still 408 euros.In Ludwigshafen, electricity prices are around six percent higher than in the national average. For this, the cost of petrol and diesel is around two percent lower than in the German average. The saving from the electric drive is reduced to 400 euros – the lowest value in the 50 cities examined.

50 cities in comparison: where the switch to electromobility is particularly worthwhile-switch
Sven Hoppe/dpa/archive picture An electric car is loaded on a charging station.

Change to electricity lowers average fuel costs everywhere

After all: in all cities examined, electricity is the cheaper fuel. With an annual mileage of 10.000 km the electricity costs in the national average are around 586 euros in 2021. The tank costs (Super E10 and Diesel Termined) for the same route are around 1038 euros. This corresponds to an annual saving of 453 euros. The savings should still grow, with the now third CO2 tax for drivers, gasoline and diesel drivers still have to be more cross-financed.

Electric car brand self -made: This car can do more than a Tesla

50 cities in comparison: where the switch to electromobility is particularly worthwhile-particularly

Cameraone Electric car brand self -made: This car can do more than a Tesla

"The switch to an electric car usually goes hand in hand with higher acquisition costs, but the fuel costs decrease considerably," says Thorsten Storck, energy expert at Verivox. “With the same mileage, the necessary current costs only about half as much as gasoline and over a third less than diesel."

Favorable electricity tariff can further reduce charging costs

If you are also looking for a favorable electricity tariff with recommended conditions by switching to an electric car, you can achieve even higher savings."By purchasing an electric car, the annual electricity consumption increases significantly," says Thorsten Storck. “The selection of a good electricity tariff is all the more important. The recommended offers are currently around 16 percent cheaper than the average prices. Who more than 10.000 kilometers a year, should also think about the purchase of a separate electricity meter. Because then energy suppliers can calculate cheaper network charges and generally significantly reduce the electricity costs again", so stork.

Charging the electricity when driving: This is how Teslas Cybertruck should become a solar car

50 cities in comparison: where the switch to electromobility is particularly worthwhile-switch

Site Charging the electricity when driving: This is how Teslas Cybertruck should become a solar car

Everything about electromobility

On our e-mobility portal site you will find all e-vehicles & hybrids available on the German market with technical data, prices, delivery times and model comparisons. There are ongoing insider news, tests of all important vehicles, an overview of charging stations and a range computer.

You can also arrange a test drive for your desired car for free and start e-mobility easily.

Related articles

Please follow and like us:

16 thoughts on “50 cities in comparison: where the switch to electromobility is particularly worthwhile”

  1. Strange….
    …actually thought you can, should and can express his opinion here ? There is now and … …actually thought you can, should and can express his opinion here ? There are fans of these cordless speedsters and the other side that still question the whole event or sometimes look across the border of Germany. Why should I bind this crutch to the leg, I can’t even charge at home ! It is also undisputed that the real environmental sinners sit here, here in Germany definitely not. And please stop with the long-term memory ala "….What world do we leave our children…." Don’t pull with me….. Don’t think I’m the only one who thinks so ! Unfortunately there are "Thumb" no more….

    Reply
  2. Mr. Hahn,
    Not everyone can express opinions, especially not in the form of respect for the other thinking. It is your right to question e-mobility, but everything that doesn’t fit must be broken to it? And since when have German car fans have been able to look outside the box or the German borders?

    Reply
  3. Fuel at the petrol station is also more expensive than it
    would have to be. So make the fuel cheaper. Spread a few taxes that are raised on it. If you whine about expensive streams, you also have to talk about too expensive fuel. The new CO2 price is fictional and is only used to control the buying behavior. Why should you get a 40.Buy an e-car e-car again if the combustion engine can drive another 20 years? CO2 is not only created when combining the engine of a combustion engine. But also when building an electric car. Likewise when recycling from the cars. Instead of now 30.000euro as a loan for a new electric car, I prefer to drive my old combustion engine on. Repairs are incurred, but price 1/10 of what a new electric car would cost. I also reduce my garbage mountain for a car or 1 ton of mixed scrap. Think about it…

    Reply
  4. Sensible ?
    Great, the battery boxes are considered nicely about the subsidies. The 1. Mistake. Obviously, this technique is miles away from a real mass -compatible alternative. The user just thinks about whether there are cuts in life or not.If I can’t load at home, I’m outside. Not everyone has time to operate charging station hopping all day. Well, everyone should drive what is suitable for him. PS: The world climate will not change it in any way, from "Rescue" You don’t start to start anyway….. Topic like vegan, you just have to believe it (want)

    Reply
  5. Mr. Hahn,
    In contrast to others, I don’t think that your opinion is wrong. What you write is absolutely understandable. I also mean that everyone should decide for themselves all of their own what suits their own life. What is right and wrong looks different for everyone. We will not save the climate with any drive.

    Reply
  6. From my own experience I can confirm that…
    with an electric car in total, a maximum of half of which has to spend on the additional electricity, which the fuel costs for a combustion engine. But also in other areas (vehicle tax, maintenance, repairs, sometimes also insurance), you do not spend any or significantly less money with e-car. The bottom line is that this is financially worthwhile.

    Reply
  7. Perhaps right for you, Mr. Hutzler
    I have had completely different experiences. I once had a BMW five G30, which was on average easy to drive with 6 liters of diesel, which was around € 8.50. My wife’s e-mart extends around the 22 kWh of electricity at the same pace (100), which approx. 7 € are. Differentially € 1.50, because of a maximum of half. And the smart is really not a five that comfort, security u.V.m. matters.

    Reply
  8. Save even more
    You can save even more if the first oil service is due. With my last burner, they wanted to have 380 euros for it. Just fall away from the electric car! Even without subsidies, the prices of some electric vehicles are now quite cheap! If I would need a car, I would currently flirt with Peugeot E208 or the E-Corsa. Really strong cars! Burners slowly become really uncool.

    Reply
  9. who
    Does that actually decide what "not cool" will? she? I drive three burners and find them very cool. A van for the whole family stuff, a mini for my wife for the city and a convertible for the fun. Very uncool, but I like it.

    Reply
  10. I just read recently
    The EnBW at its charging stations increased the prices by 6 cents. For the fact that you can start about 18 kWh to 100km at an e-car and a petrol engine/diesel should drive below 8 liters, this almost reduces a gasoline price increase of almost 14 cents.

    Reply
  11. 500 € a year?
    Very little, you don’t save anything at all, for the purchase price of an e-mobile I get a decent, large car without disadvantages as with these, why should you be satisfied with the inferior, which have many other disadvantages? 5000 € in 10 years, that does not get the price advantage and equivalent.

    Reply
  12. @ Rudiger Hutzler
    Repair costs are hardly cheaper on the e-car. With my combustion engines of the past 35 years, something was rare on the engine. There were more parts around it or body.

    Reply
  13. Electricity is good and nice but
    For many people who live in the city, there should be a very practical problem: if there is a separate TGS, there are no charging spaces (OK, you could solve that). If there are too many charging requests per neighborhood, the power grid should cause problems (possibly. also to solve). It is difficult for residents of the city centers in the old stock, which very often do not have their own parking space and park their car on the street every evening. Where should these people charge? Kilometer further after a public, still free pillar was found? And you can then block them all night, or you have to get up at night and drive your car away for the next one? The crux lies u.A. in the loading time. I’m curious to see if this question can be solved.

    Reply
  14. @Hutzler
    And as long as it doesn’t happen, it’s just a hype with a million disadvantages. Or believe that after the maybe 15-20-minute shopping, I wait another hour until I get home with the stream?

    Reply
  15. Price battle
    I’m looking forward to this price driver soon, it will be funny. You should stop shearing all over a comb because of your delusion to improve the climate until 2030. And the climate does not stop at the border… If the electricity price is not increased as expected, then we increase everything that has to do with combustion/dieseling, please follow it all. Do not know what’s going on in some politicians, but these decisions are beyond good and evil. How can you please lure people to switch to e-cars when you give them money? Is that now "I buy you", or everything subordinate to the climate? And the electricity price will be € 0.55 kWh in 2026, diesel € 1.60, gasoline € 1.85, then you can continue to subsidize violently….

    Reply
  16. Mr. Hutzler
    How much do they want to lose weight the diesel/burner driver? An effect only comes about when you let e-mobility out of the subsidies, because then you have better statistics, it is the statistics 😉

    Reply

Leave a Comment