Extra discount on new cars: Savings of up to 47 percent

At there are discounts on models with particularly short delivery times until March 31, 2022. After a maximum of six months, the desired car from the spring offer will be on your doorstep. You can save up to 47 percent. Whether electric car, SUV or sports car: everyone should find something here. AUTO BILD shows the five copies with the shortest delivery time. All offers of the spring campaign can be found here.

The offers with the shortest delivery times

Selected products in tabular overview

VW Taigo 1.0 TSI

VW Taigo (delivery time 2-4 months)

RRP from EUR 19,865, savings of up to EUR 4,332

Fiat 500e

Fiat 500e (delivery time 3 months)

RRP from EUR 26,790, savings of up to EUR 11,470

Mercedes EQB 300 4Matic

Mercedes EQB (delivery time 3 months)

RRP from EUR 52,343, savings of up to EUR 11,332

Cupra Formentor

Cupra Formentor (delivery time 3 months)

RRP from EUR 33,650, savings of up to EUR 13,531

Peugeot e-208 !! EMBARGOED FEBRUARY 25, 2019 04:00 !!

Peugeot e-208 (delivery time 3.5-5.5 months)

RRP from EUR 32,450, savings of up to EUR 11,265

1. VW Taigo: two to four months delivery time

With the Taigo, VW brought the coupé brother of the T-Cross onto the German market. The series originally came from Brazil, where it went under the name “Nivus”. In 2021, the SUV coupé also came to Germany – and it was immediately popular. We think its design is chic and classy! The fact that our name begins with a T is of course no coincidence, because the Taigo fits perfectly into VW’s SUV line (Tiguan, T-Cross, T-Roc).
VW Taigo 1.0 TSI

In 2020, the VW Taigo was launched in Brazil under the name “Nivus” – a year later it also started in Germany.

In the basic version, the Taigo has 95 hp and costs 19,865 euros. At there is a saving of up to 4332 euros on the VW Taigo. And that with an unbeatable delivery time of just two months!

2. Fiat 500e: three months delivery time

The Fiat 500 is truly a classic. The first model came onto the market in 1957, and in the past few decades the Italians have made many modernizations to their microcar – the most important thing in the current generation is of course the electric drive. Even if the optics have been tinkered with, you can still see the similarity to the original Fiat 500. The shape of the body and the round headlights are still similar after 60 years. It’s not just for nostalgics.
Fiat 500e

The Italians are still true to the cute design of the first Fiat 500 after more than 60 years.

The basic version of the Fiat 500e has 70 kW (95 hp) and has a maximum range of 190 kilometers according to WLTP. The standard version of the small Fiat costs 26,790 euros. It’s worth taking a look at – because there customers receive a price reduction of up to 11,470 euros (including the environmental bonus). The Fiat has a very short delivery time of three months there.

3. Mercedes EQB: three months delivery time

The Mercedes EQB also boasts a short delivery time of three months at And what else does the Stuttgarter have to offer? Definitely a lot of space, because the EQB has up to seven seats. The design remains simple and elegant — typical of the electro stars. Mercedes specifies a maximum range of 474 kilometers according to WLTP. Comfort and a sufficient range offer a good partner not only for the city.

Mercedes EQB 300 4Matic

According to the manufacturer, the all-electric Mercedes EQB should have a range of up to 474 kilometers.

The basic EQB has an output of 140 kW (190 hp) and costs 49,367. This makes it the most expensive of this list. At there is currently the opportunity to save a considerable part of this sum: Up to 11,332 euros price reduction (including environmental bonus) are possible.

4. Cupra Formentor: three months delivery time

The Formentor visually represents the athletes in this listing. Whether as a diesel, petrol engine or as a plug-in hybrid: Cupra has them all! We really liked the Formentor in the test and it turned out to be an absolute all-round talent. As a real special feature, the Spaniards have even released a limited five-cylinder. The electrified Formentor is also particularly popular. The plug-in hybrid is available with 150 kW (204 hp) or 180 kW (245 hp).
Cupra Formentor VZ5

The Cupra Formentor is available as a petrol, diesel or plug-in hybrid drive. The top model – the VZ5 – even has a five-cylinder under the hood.

But let’s stick to the basics. In the standard version, the Formentor is powered by a 150 hp four-cylinder petrol engine. According to the manufacturer, the SUV should cost at least 33,650 euros. At, customers can currently save up to 13,531 euros (including environmental bonus) – and only have to wait three months for their car.

5. Peugeot e-208: 3.5 to 5.5 months delivery time

The Peugeot e-208 follows with a slightly longer waiting time. Customers have to reckon with a delivery time of around 14 weeks. We find the e-208 a bit more luxurious than the combustion engine. There is hardly any visual difference – only the blue radiator grille, the missing tailpipes and the blue “e” on each side indicate that this car is an electric model.
Peugeot e-208 !! BLOCKING PERIOD October 02, 2019 7 a.m. !!

According to WLTP, the Peugeot e-208 has a maximum range of 362 kilometers.

The basic Peugeot e-208 has 100 kW (136 hp) and, according to the manufacturer, should have a maximum range of 362 kilometers. The standard version costs 32,450 euros. It’s cheaper at for a hefty price reduction of 11,265 euros (including environmental bonus), those interested in the small car should stop by there.

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