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BMW i3 REX 60Ah Mr Porter with Range Extender Auto Add to compare

  • OTR £Used model
  • Including OLEV grant (Category 1)
  • Plug-in Petrol Hybrid, Supermini
  • 647cc (0.7 litre), Automatic, 5 door
NGC
25
EST.
MPG
471
NEDC
CO2
13
NEDC

BMW i3 review

NGC verdict 29.04.2020

BMW has seemingly given the i3 more updates that your smartphone's operating system, but that's all to the good for buyers. Having previously seen larger battery packs fitted, new styling come along, and the addition of a sportier i3s model, this latest update is perhaps the most significant yet; but more on that later. NGC tests the latest version of BMW's electric supermini - the i3 120Ah.

Review by Chris Lilly

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Fuel
Economy

Official MPG
471 mpg
Real MPG
40 mpg
Fuel only
Fuel cost
8 p/mile
Fuel: 107 p/litre

Vehicle
Emissions

Official CO2
13
g/km
NEDC
Euro Std
0 euro
NOx:1 mg/km
NGC Ratings
29GHG
AQ19
0 least polluting

Vehicle
Taxation

Standard
£0
NEDC
Premium
£465
NEDC
BIK rate
5%
2020/21

BMW i3 REX 60Ah Mr Porter with Range Extender Auto key information

  • Practicality
    5 door, 4 seats
  • Motor Power
    647cc + 125 kW (elec)
  • Transmission
    Automatic
  • Engine Power
    170 HP / 172 PS
  • Acceleration 0-60
    7.9 seconds
  • Top Speed
    93 mph / 150 kph
  • NCAP Safety Rating
  • Congestion Charge
    100% Discount ULED
  • Vehicle Inlets
    CCS, Type 2
  • Eligible for OLEV grant
    Yes
  • Official EV driving range
    106 miles
  • Rapid charging option
    Yes [DC]

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Author:Chris Lilly
Date Updated:4th Aug 2020

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