Italy Ecobonus 2023: what are the best cars to buy

Here’s how to take advantage of the 2023 Ecobonus incentives and what are the best all-electric, plug-in hybrid and low-emission models of the moment in Italy.

The Ministry of Enterprise and Made in Italy (Mimit) has allocated 630 million euros to encourage the purchase of green vehicles. The amount we can receive varies.

For example, you can get 3,000 euros for full electric vehicles, or 5,000 with scrapping another vehicle with its environmental emissions classed at Euro 0 to Euro 4. For hybrid engines it is possible to get between 2,000-4,000 euros with scrapping a vehicle, whereas for low-emission cars it is 2,000 euros.

Now let’s look at what electric, hybrid, or low-emission models are the best and most affordable.ù

 

The full electrics for Ecobonus 2023

Ranking first as the best full electric car to get the 2023 Ecobonus we choose Italy’s best-seller: 

  1. The Fiat 500 electric. Its turnkey price starts at 29,950 euros with the Action configuration, with 23.8 kWh battery, 95-horsepower motor and a range of about 180 km: the final cost with scrapping will drop to 24,950 euros.
    The image shows a Fiat 500 electric, in first place as the best full electric car to obtain the 2023 Ecobonus.

    © Fiat

  2. Next we have the Renault Twingo electric with a 22 kWh battery, 82-horsepower motor and 190 km range, which drops from 22,950 euros to 17,950 euros.
    The image shows a Renault Twingo electric, considered one of the best full electric cars to obtain the 2023 Ecobonus.

    © Renault

  3. The Dacia Spring with a 27 kWh battery, 44-horsepower motor and 225 km range, which drops from 21,450 euros to 16,450 euros.
    The image shows an electric Dacia Spring, considered one of the best full electric cars to obtain the 2023 Ecobonus.

    © Dacia

  4. And finally the Smart EQ fortwo with 82 horsepower, 17.6 kWh and 133 autonomy, which drops from 25,210 euros to 20,210 euros.
    The image shows a Smart EQ fortwo, considered one of the best full electric cars to get the 2023 Ecobonus.

    © Mercedes-Benz

Hybrids for the 2023 Ecobonus

  1. Once again we find a Fiat car among the top mild hybrid choices, the Fiat Panda, which in its 1.0 FireFly 70cv S&S Hybrid version starts, with incentives and scrappage, at 13,400 euros.
    The image shows a Fiat Panda hybrid model, one of the most popular for obtaining the 2023 Ecobonus.

    © Fiat

  2. We continue with the Lancia Ypsilon, which shares its powertrain with a 1-liter, 70-hp Firefly engine, starts at a little higher, 13,600 euros.
    The image shows a Lancia Ypsilon hybrid model, one of the most popular for obtaining the 2023 Ecobonus.

    © Lancia

  3. In the “ranking” there is also the full hybrid Toyota Yaris Cross basic Active version, which drops to a starting price of 26,050 euros.
    The image shows a Toyota Yaris Cross hybrid model, one of the most popular for obtaining the 2023 Ecobonus.

    © Toyota

  4. Or there is the Mazda 2 from 19,000 euros.
    The image shows a Mazda 2 hybrid model, one of the most popular for obtaining the 2023 Ecobonus.

    © Mazda

     

  5. While for plug-in hybrids, reigns Jeep Compass PHEV 1.3 Turbo T4 4xe with 190 hp drops to a starting price of 48,750 euros.
    The image shows a Jeep Compass hybrid model, one of the most popular for obtaining the 2023 Ecobonus.

    © Jeep

Ecobonus 2023 also for CNG vehicles 

Despite the disadvantageous period for this fuel, people can also take advantage of the Ecobonus 2023 with a CNG vehicle. Particularly, the Seat Arona model triumphs in the basic version, whose purchase price starts at 20,100 euros.

 

The image shows a CNG Seat Arona.

© Seat

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