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Ik was vanmiddag met kia aan het chatten omdat in de ceed prijslijsten staat aangegeven dat alleen de prijs geld voor voorraadmodellen. 
Nu gaf de medewerker aan dat er eind deze maand 1.5 mild hybrid motoren komen. 

Heeft iemand al meer informatie van zijn/haar dealer of nieuwe prijzen en hoeveel PK deze motoren gaan leveren?

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Wie kan mij uitleggen wat het voordeel is van de 1.5T-MHEV tov de 1.5T.

Naast de uitstoot natuurlijk.


Komt het erop neer dat je meer betaald bij de aankoop en dat je dit dan terugverdiend aan de pomp. (En het milieu)

Beetje net als zonnepanelen, eerst investeren en dan terugverdienen.






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Wie kan mij uitleggen wat het voordeel is van de 1.5T-MHEV tov de 1.5T.
Naast de uitstoot natuurlijk.
Komt het erop neer dat je meer betaald bij de aankoop en dat je dit dan terugverdiend aan de pomp. (En het milieu)
Beetje net als zonnepanelen, eerst investeren en dan terugverdienen.
Inde praktijk zijn die uitstoot- en verbruiksverschillen vaak erg klein, maar dat zal nog moeten blijken bij gebruikerstesten.

Is vooral een fiscaal verhaal natuurlijk (CO2 gekoppelde BPM)

Verstuurd vanaf mijn LG-H870 met Tapatalk

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51 minuten geleden, pdakkerman zei:

Maar voor mijn bijtelling zal het waarschijnlijk niet uitmaken. 

IK ben waarschijnlijk duurder uit met de mild hybride met mijn bijtelling.

Maar m'n baas wellicht niet met de brandstof

Bijtelling is altijd op basis van Fiscale waarde, dus dat kan je wat meer in bijtelling kosten als de MHEV een duurdere waarde heeft. Het kan echter wel - gek genoeg - qua leasebedrag gunstiger zijn, omdat bijvoorbeeld de verwachte restwaarde en/of operationele kosten lager uitvallen dan de andere versie.

Op basis van de cijfers kan ik niet zien hoeveel  duurder de MHEV-versie is, maar als het bijvoorbeeld €1500,- is zal dat qua bijtelling geen extreem verschil maken.

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