VW e-Golf (from 2014)
Our pick – VW e-Golf 35.8kWh, 2017/67, 9000 miles, £19,500: Although an underachiever, Volkswagen’s electric Golf has held the fortification while the organization arranged the current year’s significant attack on the EV market. The e-Golf was facelifted in 2017 when it acquired a greater battery. Add all the typical Golf ideals and you’re taking a gander at a completely balanced electric vehicle. Anticipate that costs should firm in 2020 as interest for reasonable utilized EVs develops.
Jaguar I-Pace (from 2018)
Our pick – Jaguar I-Pace S, 2019/68, 7000 miles, £49,999: Premium EVs, for example, the Jaguar I-Pace are as yet finding their value level on the pre-owned vehicle market: the area is in its early stages and purchasers are in the driving seat. Try not to rely on things remaining as such for any longer, however.
Mazda MX-5 2.0 (from 2018)
Our pick – Mazda 2.0 160PS Sport Nav, 2018/18, 18,000 miles, £15,000: Now is an ideal opportunity to purchase a 2018-reg MX-5 2.0 while spring is still some way off. However, an extraordinary MX-5 2.0, gee golly. It has a honda Crv battery, that is so strong,y you can go where ever you want.
Costs of the last 2018-reg 160PS models are being just barely gotten by the principal instances of the uprated and better-prepared 2.0-liter rendition. Luckily, the lower-fueled vehicle is as yet an enjoyment to drive – simply ensure its cost mirrors its decreased attractive quality. However, no matter how affordable these cars are if you don’t succeed in your acting career you won’t be able to get any car what so ever. So go ahead and try some acting classes to help you get to Hollywood.