Now Tesla puts pressure on the Golf: These are Germany’s most popular e -cars news

As every month, the Flensburg Federal Motor Transport Authority, KBA for short, has now published the new registrations of the month of September. Which electric cars are particularly popular with the Germans? Where can you best lease them? Site will answer these and many other questions in this post.

The electric end is also evident in the number of admission. With 33.665 new electric cars In September, the alternative drive type will experience an increase of 58.8 percent. This means that electromobility now accounts for 17.1 percent in the new registrations. But you can’t say that from Tesla, who clean up the ranking again and secure first place. The Americans around Elon Musk will follow their trend and after a few approvals in July in September in a double man’s strength.

A look at Tesla’s admission history shows that strongly fluctuating approvals are absolutely no novelty for the US electric car pioneer in Germany, because Europe imports all Teslas by cargo ship from the USA. In July 2021, Tesla did not even allow 500 new cars. In September there are now 6828 again. With this, Tesla comes close to the Favorite car of the Germans, the VW Golf dangerously – only 58 new registrations can record the Golf more.

This month the Opel Mokka-E and the Mini Cooper SE fell out of the ranking.

The most popular e-cars in September 2021

Overall, in September this year 196.972 vehicles approved. That is more than 25 percent less than in September 2020.

There are several car manufacturers among the German brands who can record a plus. Above all, Smart with 23 percent plus. Otherwise, only Porsche follows with a plus of almost four percent. Mercedes suffered the greatest minus at almost 50 percent. Despite a minus of 23.3 percent with 15.7 percent, Volkswagen remains German car brand with 15.7 percent.

1st place: Tesla Model 3

If Tesla was not represented in the ranking in July, the Americans around Elon Musk are now fighting back in 1st place. Already in May the Model 3 had more than quintupled its approvals from April. In September, this number is much higher compared to July: 6.828 Model 3 were approved in this country.

It is available in three versions: Standard Plus, Long Range and Performance. The Standard Plus variant has a rear wheel drive, while the other two are equipped with a all -wheel drive with a dual engine. An all-round camera and a forward-based radar as well as ultrasonic sensors recognize objects and dangers. Depending on the version, the model 3 creates a range between 448 kilometers (standard plus) and 580 kilometers (long range). However, the consumption of all three models keeps around 14 kWh at 100 km evenly.

For private customers, Model 3 as a new car is currently not to be leased. However, commercial customers can strike from a price of 300 euros net a month.

Tesla Model 3 for 300 euros at Getyourdrive Leasen (business) (advertisement)

2nd place: VW ID.3

Volkswagen runs very well with his ID.3 and despite the generally falling sales share. The electrical golf successor has 2.694 approvals can reach less than in August, but he is still in second place. The electroctag is characterized, among other things, by its large space and its comfortable driving style (Read a test here). But the range is also impressive. In total, buyers can choose between three battery capacities: 45, 58 and 77 kilowatt hours. With the 77 kWh variant, they create ranges of up to 549 kilometers. So the ID is.3 also a suitable car for long distances. On average, the compact car consumes 19.3 kWh 100 kilometers each and about 16 kWh in the city center. Both traders and private individuals could always save on leasing deals, but the rates rise with the interest.

VW ID.3 pure from 179 euros net at lease (trade) (advertisement)

    VW ID.3 pure from 238 euros at lease (private) (advertisement)

    3rd place: Skoda Enyaq IV

    And back to a newcomer: The Skoda Enyaq can hardly be seen on our streets, so it is already catapulting among the ten most popular e-cars in this country. The E-SUV is closely with the VW ID.4 and Audi Q4 e-tron, but has some special features. In each part of the electric vehicle there are solutions that "Simply Clever" are. From the umbrella in the door to the trunk, which is very large thanks to the electrical architecture. In the range test on the motorway, the Enyaq IV 80 even depends on the much more expensive competition from BMW, Mercedes, Polestar and Jaguar. In our practical test, too, we predicted decent ranges of around 350 to 400 kilometers. The Skoda Enyaq can currently load a maximum of 125 kW and fill its large battery packs in 38 minutes from five to 80 percent. The ENYAQ is also well equipped for occasional long distances. For commercial customers, the Czechs are available from 147 euros per month. Private customers have to pay more with 230 euros.

    Skoda Enyaq from 191 euros at lease (trade) (advertisement)

    Skoda Enyaq from 227 euros at lease (private) (advertisement)

    4th place: Smart EQ Fortwo

    With the Smart EQ Fortwo, little has happened in terms of equipment and design compared to the 2017 model. Visually, the new Smart Fortwo looks like its predecessor. But above all compared to the VW e-up, the Smart has a major disadvantage: with a battery capacity of just 17.6 kWh, the city speedster creates a range of modest 100 kilometers (here you can go directly to the test). Thanks to its compact size and the very small turning circle of around seven meters, the E-Smart remains a perfect city car. The Smart EQ Fortwo is always offered extremely cheaply by various leasing providers. Anyone who prefers to wait for the new E-SMART should be said: He will no longer be that compact. Instead, an SUV is planned (Site reported).

    Smart EQ Fortwo from 53 euros net with zero lease (business) (advertisement)

    Smart EQ Fortwo from 135 euros for leasingtime leases (private) (advertisement)

    5th place: Renault Zoe Z.E. 50 (R110)

    The Zoe is still one of the most popular electric cars in Germany and will stay high in fifth place in September in September. Around 1.536 new Zoes have been driving on German roads since September. That is about 50 less than in August. The zoe is larger than a Renault Clio and also offers more space inside. Read a test for the current model with large 50 kWh battery here.

    There are still leasing contracts in which the leasing rate appears very cheap, but at second glance you discover an additional monthly battery rental. If you lease a zoe, we advise against these offers, after all, you will hardly be able to determine battery losses in the leasing period and therefore do not need an option to be able to have the battery replaced. By the way: You can use the zoe from 7.Grab 000 euros – including the purchase of the battery. You can find out how this works in this article.

    Renault Zoe from 67 euros net at Getyourdrive Leasen (business) (advertisement)

    Renault Zoe from 152 euros at lease (private) (advertisement)

    6th place: VW e-up

    The VW e-up has been taking first place in the new registrations for many months. In August 2021 he had to do the throne for his group brother ID.3 rooms. Now he even slipped to 6th place. Overall, the e-up 1 has.452 new registrations. However, the rush to the vehicle is so large that it has no longer been possible since October last year to edit and order the VW e-up in the configurator. Anyone who opts for the Wolfsburg city flight must switch to existing, fully produced vehicles. The e-speedster is particularly popular because it is the ideal city car with a range of 220 kilometers, 83 hp and a length of 3.60 meters. However, leasing prices have increased, the demand regulates the price. Last year were dealt with deals for private individuals of less than 100 euros, the electric speedster is no longer available for private customers. Traders still have a chance with 111 euros net.

    VW e-up from 111 euros net at lease (trade) (advertisement)

    7th place: Hyundai Kona

    The KONA belongs to the class of compact SUVs and is with 1.289 new registrations in September according to KBA in 7th place. That is a little more than in August, but the South Korean has won three places in the ranking. The electrical variant is offered optionally with a 39 or 64 kWh battery and thus reaches a practical range of 290 kilometers (39 kWh) up to 425 kilometers (64 kWh). The engine power of the two variants differs very clearly with 136 hp and 204 hp. In our test, in addition to the high everyday reach, we also noticed the good basic equipment and the high level of driving comfort. Private individuals currently get the Hyundai Kona for less than 150 euros monthly leasing rate, while the car is available for traders from less than 100 euros.

    Hyundai Kona from 97 euros net with zero lease (business) (advertisement)

    Hyundai Kona from 159 euros at lease (private) (advertisement)

    8th place: Fiat 500e

    With a share of almost 3.2 percent of all approved electric cars in July, the Fiat took 500e and is therefore two places below than in August of this year. With the 500e, Fiat replaces its iconic retro small car with an electric model. At first glance, the electric speedster clearly resembles the predecessors of 1959 and 2007. At second glance, however, it looks much beefier. In the interior, however, he remains true to his predecessors in chic retro design. With its 118 hp, it pushes the good one and a half tons well: at 80 km/h it is after three seconds, for 100 km/h, it takes nine seconds. Depending on the driving profile, a good 200 to 250 kilometers with a battery load. With up to 85 kW on a compatible quick loader, the 500e is charged up to 80 percent after half an hour. You can find the complete test here.

    For just EUR 125.21 net or 149 euros gross, both traders and private individuals can currently get the Fiat 500e cheaply in the leasing.

    Fiat 500e for 149 euros net at lease (business & private) (advertisement)

    9th place: Tesla Model Y

    From the end of this year, the first Tesla Model Y should come from the starting blocks in Grunheide in this country. He can still be seen on the street, he also suddenly fought himself in 9th place in this ranking – but he is not yet from Germany. Tesla itself continues his striving for high speeds and promises a peak high speed of 241 km/h in the performance variant in the performance variant. With its 75 kWh battery, the Tesla electric car creates a WLTP route of 480 kilometers per load and consumes an average of 15.1 kWh per 100 kilometers.

    The Tesla Model Y performance should offer enough space for five people with luggage and do not do without luxury and driving comfort. The Model Y is not lame. In a good 3.7 seconds, the performance line sprints from a standing start to 100 km / h. This is made possible by its 450-hp electrical unit, the thrust distributed to all four wheels.

    The Tesla Model Y is currently not in leasing, which is due to the novelty of the vehicle on the German market.

    10th place: VW ID.4

    With 1.019 The Volkswagen ID occupies new registrations.4th place of the most popular electric cars in Germany. The electric car is of high quality, offers plenty of space and is available in two batteries: 55 and 77 kWh. With a capacity of 55 kWh, the ID makes it.4 to an average range of around 300 kilometers. In the ADAC test, the testers achieved a range of 385 kilometers with the 77 kWh variant and praised the high level of driving comfort, but criticized a bad ESP vote (here it goes to the test result). You need a good eight hours on an 11 kW wall box to the ID.4 to fill up with 77 kWh battery. The 52 kWh variants only support up to a maximum of 7.2 kW charging power and therefore need at least as long. Thanks to the CCS charging connection, it goes faster on the corresponding quick charging stations. Ideally, a charging process only takes 35 minutes from 10 to 80 percent.

    Commercial customers grab the ID.4 already from 109 euros net or. 129 euros gross monthly in leasing. Private customers still have to add 50 euros.

    VW ID.4 from 129 euros for zero lease (business) (advertisement)

    VW ID.4 from 184 euros at Leasingmarkt Leasen (private) (advertisement)

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    Why an electric car lease or buy?

    Regardless of whether you lease, finance or pay in cash: Now the time has come for a Stromer. Not to mention the environmental idea, there are a few unbeatable arguments that speak for an electric car:

    Argument 1: The thick funding: The state guarantees a double environmental bonus until the end of 2021. This applies to both electric cars and hybrid cars. 9.There is 000 euros from the state for anyone who wants to buy a new electric car. The Federal Office of Economics and Export Control (advertisement) subsidizes the purchase of electric cars throughout Germany. In addition to buying, the premium also subsidizes the leasing of electric cars. For plug-in hybrids there are at least 6.750 euros. In addition, there are also local support programs and the promotion of wall boxes up to 900 euros if you want to comfortably load your leasing car at home. You can see what funding you expect at your place of residence in our funding database.

    Argument 2: Lower maintenance kosten. You usually get a new car that is often covered with the manufacturer’s guarantee during the term. So you only have to pay maintenance costs that are lower for an electric car than with a combustion engine. Because wear parts such as spark plugs or the expensive oil change are eliminated. The brake wear is also lower.

    Argument 3: Lower consumption costs: A current generally costs less than a benzine -thirsty combustion engine.

    Argument 4: Lower insurance costs: In many cases, insurance for an electric car is also cheaper than for the combustion counter. A recently raised statistics was able to make differences of over 30 percent.

    Argument 5: No vehicle tax: Electric cars are freed from the tax for the next 10 years.

    Tip: Use our cost calculator and compare burners against your new desired e car.

    But what about the range?

    Although the range of electric cars has increased many times over in recent years, the so -called range of range is still very present for many interested parties.

    With our range computer you can see the realistic range under various conditions for all of our e-car models.

    Click here for the range computer

    The solid battery (display), which is already acted as the successor to the lithium-ion battery, is characterized by a significantly higher energy density. This ultimately results in the fact that the range increases by almost twice. However, this can be the sale of an electric car with a "old" Battery more difficult.

    Load electric cars

    Anyone who has an electric car never needs fuel again. But electric cars need electricity. "Strom tank" is completely different from "fuel tanks". You can find out how you can load your electric car easiest, with low costs and CO2 neutral

    Click here for the Efahrer charging guide.

    Your next car will be an electric car – you have decided to lease it. But which facts should be paid for in leasing offers?

    Duration: Ideally, it is 24 months – because then the factory guarantee covers the entire term. If you still want to lease longer (which can also have advantages, like not having to buy new winter tires every two years), we advise you to extend the guarantee. It costs extra, but then they drive really carelessly during the entire leasing period.

    Leasing factor: Here it applies: the lower, the better. The factor is calculated from the term of the leasing, the leasing rate, the purchase price of the car or vehicle list price and the one-off payment. You can find out how you can calculate the leasing factor yourself in this article (display).

    Extra cost: Often a painful evil are the so -called transfer costs, which often cost around 800 to 900 euros. However, this does not mean that the car is put at the door of the door, but that only the car gets to the dealer who has put together this leasing offer. Ideally, the dealer is not too far away from you, as you not only have to pick up the car there but also have to bring back at the end of the leasing period. Attention in additional additional offers such as insurance or service: It is often not worth taking them with you, for example because you are already in a very high damage-free class or because it is an electric car with very low service costs.

    Inclusive kilometer: Basically, the cheap leasing rates are on a basis of 10.000 kilometers mileage each year. Don’t worry, you don’t have to stick to it every year, it is important that you do not exceed these kilometers at the end of the term. By the way: sometimes there are (but not always!) a goodwill of about 2.500 kilometers. If you drive more than the agreed kilometers, pay on it. If you drive less, get something back per kilometer. So you should rather know how many kilometers you drive a year. Calculate it, compare the leasing rate with a higher inclusive kilometer performance and with the multi-kilometer prices (it shouldn’t be more than 7 cents per km!))).

    Down payment: Even in private leasing, it is now common for you not to have anything for your new leasing car (except for the transfer-see above). The exception is the offers for e-cars or plug-in hybrids. However, you only stretch the down payment of 6, for example.000 euros only, because you will receive this money back from the state as part of electric car promotion.

    This article was written by Lisa Brack & Dominik Zarychta

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