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The Citroën Ami, the first electric vehicle that you can buy at Fnac – News – Hybrids and Electric

Until recently, in Fnac shopping centers we could find a variety of items such as books, video games, computers and electronics or stationery items. From now on, you can also buy an electric vehicle, specifically the Citroën Ami, which is already on sale in the well-known chain of shopping centers.

Fnac has added to its product catalog the new Citroën Ami, a light electric two-seater quadricycle that offers up to 75 kilometers of autonomy that It can be purchased in their physical stores and through their website. Citroën calls the Ami a “mobility solution” because, due to its small size and focus, it is a very appropriate alternative to move around the city at low cost.

In this way, Fnac and Citroën import the model they started in France, where 16% of Citroën Ami are sold in Fnac stores (physically or through the chain’s website). Fnac thus becomes the only non-Citroën dealer to sell the new Citroën Ami. Remember that, either through Fnac or through Citroën itself, the configuration and purchase process is completely online. Fnac offers the possibility of delivering the Ami at home (in the Peninsula and the Balearic Islands), as if we do it through Citroën (it has an extra cost of 200 euros).

Citroën Ami.

The price of the Citroën Ami in Spain starts from 7,200 euros, with the possibility of opting for a grant of up to 1,600 euros thanks to the MOVES III Plan. There are several configuration options that mainly affect the design and decoration of the vehicle, not so much the standard equipment, with different packages that bring changes to both the exterior and the interior.

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Being a light quadricycle, the Citroën Ami can be driven from 15 years with the AM driving license. For the same reason, its maximum speed is legally limited to 45 km / h and it is prohibited to circulate on motorways and expressways. The Ami has a 5.5 kWh lithium-ion battery that can be fully recharged in three hours with a conventional 220 V household plug and a cable that is built into the vehicle.


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