These are the most common questions about the Zacua, electric car.
On tax and service savings
With Zacua you are exempt from paying tenure and verification, it has no expenses for fluids, cooling, or gasoline, and because it is zero emissions, it does not enter the “Hoy No Circula” program (whome main objective is to prevent, minimize and control the emission of pollutants from vehicles that circulate in the CDMX). In addition, electric cars do not participate in the New Automobile Tax (Impuesto Sobre Automóviles Nuevos, ISAN).
What is the battery life?
The battery of a Zacua has a life of 3,000 cycles (0 to 100% charge), which can translate to 8 years of life (if charged from minimum to full every day).
Where can I find a charging point?
In Mexico, there are approximately 1,500 electric gas stations, of which about 70% are public and 30% private. These stations are mainly located in Mexico City, Nuevo León and Aguascalientes, which account for 50% of the total. Most of these stations are free of charge and are located in commercial plazas, but private stations charge no more than 80 mexican peso for a full recharge. The authorized recharge time can range from 30 minutes to 2 hours.
Currently Mexico City is counting on the launch of its first production line, Zacua will gradually open around 150 electrolineras (charging points) in Mexico City, which it will map on a smartphone app, along with all other functional electrolineras in Mexico City.
We are a company committed to the environment and sustainable development.
At Zacua, we believe and trust in the approach of a better urban mobility with less environmental impact. We also believe in a commitment to a better future for all by supporting Mexico’s transition to greener industries.
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