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[#2732724] 07.09.18 15:28
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A slovence pa elektrika ne zanima?
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[#2732760] 07.09.18 18:14
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Impresivne številke. Je pa realno to, da je taka rast nevzdržna. Rabljeni avtomobili se bodo oziroma se zaradi tega res fajn cenijo, kar bo pomoje povzročilo neko korekcijo pri števiui prodanih novih vozil v prihodnje. Dejansko danes (razen nekaterih nemcev), avto po treh letih izgubi 50%. Racionalen kupec bo tako popolnoma logično tehtal med istim modelom, samo da je en nov, drug pa rabljen (pa po možnosti še z ostankom garancije). Pa tudi če mora kaj popraviti, to pri razliki 8000€ ni nič.
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[#2732761] 07.09.18 18:25 · odgovor na: 0113ABANK3 (#2732724)
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[0113ABANK3]
A slovence pa elektrika ne zanima?
Zanima kako da ne, mesečna položnica predvsem :)
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[#2732773] 07.09.18 20:27
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Slovenske ceste postajajo vse
bolj nevarne in (pre)tesne.

Sodražan
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[#2733082] 10.09.18 15:07 · odgovor na: 0113ABANK3 (#2732724)
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A slovence pa elektrika ne zanima?
Brussels, 4 September 2018 – A recent report by FTI Consulting reveals that the European Commission underestimates the impact of a forced push for electric cars on EU employment.
According to the report, which brought together the results of various recent studies, a rushed shift to full electric vehicles will have a profound impact on employment. This is because the production and maintenance of battery electric vehicles is less labour intensive than conventional ones, given their lower mechanical complexity and fewer parts.
www.acea.be/press-re...y-european
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[#2733083] 10.09.18 15:16
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Zadnja sprememba: pobalin 10.09.2018 15:25
A 25,47% rast novih osebnih vozil v avgustu (na lanski avgust) pa za sta.sijevsko rejvanje ni vredna omembe? Kaj pa skok Renaultovega Capturja s 143 lani avgusta na 426 letos avgusta, za 168 kosov več od Clia, 262 več od Pola, 273 več od Golfa... da ima 7,56% trga?
docs.google.com/view...ZmUyOTg5YQ

Ker bi bilo treba malo razmislit, kaj vedet, kaj pokomentirat...? Še zlasti, ker se je podoben fenomen pokazal tudi drugod po Evropi.
Western Europe's car market grew by a staggering 26.6% year-on-year (YoY) in August, although this was largely a result of one-off effects linked to the change to WLTP emissions regulations.
From 1st September, the new and stricter WLTP testing regime must be used for all new cars in the EU, and only a limited number of cars tested under the old NEDC system can be sold after this date. Therefore, in August there was a strong incentive for self-registration of vehicles and heavy discounting on the part of retailers, while savvy buyers may have made purchases before higher taxes were applied where these are linked to CO2 emissions.
www.just-auto.com/ne...84439.aspx

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