Used Volkswagen e-Up 2013-present

Used Volkswagen e-Up 2013-present review

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What alternatives should I consider to a used Volkswagen e-Up hatchback?

The Renault Zoe is larger than the e-Up, and it shows in interior and boot space. It also has a much longer claimed range. It’s good to drive, too, and quiet and comfortable inside.

The Hyundai Ioniq is available in three distinct power sources: petrol-electric hybrid, plug-in petrol-electric hybrid and pure electric. It’s larger again than the e-Up and the Zoe, with plenty of space inside. In electric variety, it’s quick off the line, easy to drive and well equipped inside.

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The VW e-Up is great to drive and easy to park, but the Renault Zoe is bigger, cheaper and will get you much farther between charges

  • Great to drive
  • Well equipped
  • Expensive
  • Limited range
  • Not huge inside