DS offer plug-in grant incentive | New Release - Car News Mar 2020

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09:26 Thursday 19 Mar 2020

DS are plugging the gap left by Government cuts to the Plug-in Car Grant.

This month’s budget saw the grant cut from £3,500 to £3,000, but the manufacturer will fund the difference by offering an extra £500 contribution to orders on the new DS 3 CROOSBACK E-TENSE until the end of March.

The new all-electric DS 3 CROSSBACK E-TENSE SUV is powered by a 50kWh battery and a 100kW electric motor, with a range of up to 200-miles from a single charge.  It comes with three-years’ free, free POD Point Home Charging Unit, and a six-month free subscription to the UK’s largest public charging network Polar Plus.


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