DRAFT ONLY - AT THE MOMENT THIS CALCULATOR IS ONLY A DRAFT FOR REVIEW. THANK YOU FOR ANY FEEDBACK.
The calculator below works out the financial consequences of selling your current conventional car and trading it in for an electric vehicle. It is primarily meant as a comparison between a compact car (e.g. Ford Focus, Toyota Yaris, Honda Civic, etc... etc...) and a Nissan Leaf.
The scenario is that you sell your current car, purchase a similar electric vehicle (same level of comfort and quality), without having to pay any cash up front (we calculate the savings based on the scenario where any additional money needed will be provided by a car finance company at a relatively high rate of interest, as shown in assumptions below). The calculator below will work out how much money you would save (or lose) in this type of scenario.
You can change all the settings and assumptions to match your own situation. What you will find is that if you drive more than around 50km a day - i.e. 18,000km a year, you will start to see significant savings. You can save and share your results at any time.
save, lock, and load data
purchase your electric vehicle
More information to come ...
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Please send us an e-mail: email@example.com if you have any comments.
Please use completely at your own risk.
This tool is meant to be used as an indicative guide only.
Please seek professional advice for any decisions you may make and do not make any decisions based on what is presented to you in this tool.
ALPHA VERSION ... this page is for testing only ... stay tuned for the first release ... if you have any questions then please contact modules [at] sunnysideup.co.nz
- review: https://www.quora.com/What-are-some-APIs-for-retrieving-car-value-data, http://www.programmableweb.com/api/kelley-blue-book-infodriver, http://developer.edmunds.com/faq.html#faq-2, https://developer.ibm.com/apimanagement/2014/10/31/whats-driving-apis-automotive/, http://www3.epa.gov/otaq/tcldata.htm, https://www.carvoyant.com/
- make it easier to understand save methods
- make a list of links for each assumption / variable