Electric driving
Buying and owning

Buying and owning

Whether you’re thinking of financing or buying outright, the costs involved with electric cars are different from conventional cars. Some local governments are currently offering substantial subsidies to offset the full purchase price, and the running costs of electric cars are generally lower.

Buying and owning

Whether you’re thinking of financing or buying outright, the costs involved with electric cars are different from conventional cars. Some local governments are currently offering substantial subsidies to offset the full purchase price, and the running costs of electric cars are generally lower.

Financial incentives in Australia

Government grants and other financial incentives may be available when you buy an electric car. Find out which local subsidies you can take advantage of when you’re calculating the purchase cost, or thinking of installing a wallbox for cheaper charging at home.

See the savings

Cost of ownership

One big benefit of electric cars is their ongoing cost of ownership, which is generally lower than for conventional cars. Find out how much you could save on fuel, and why maintenance costs are likely to be lower.

Compare the costs
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