Electric car convertion?

#1
Hi All, Is it possible to convert my micra k11 to electric ie via electric motor instead of petrol engine? As I'm in London and the fuel emission zones have just come in to effect now charging us all £13 per trip in london and by 2020 in the north & south circular aeras.
yours Peter0003
 

John_D

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#2
No :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
The ULEZ currently only applies to the current Congestion Zone, which would have been costing you money to go into any way. If you have not been venturing in there already you will be no worse off till 2020, when as you say the ULEZ will extend to the boundaries of the North and South Circular roads.... While my Saab will then be affected and trips to Ikea in Tottenham in it will no longer be viable, my 2005 Micra K12 will not be affected by the ULEZ at all, either now or in 2020, as it complies with the emission levels allowed. I suggest that you change over to a K12 petrol engined car, instead of the K11, sometime before the date in 2020 when the extended ULEZ comes into effect.....
 
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#3
Hi John D, I came across this youtube clip when looking up How to convert to electric
Nissan Micra CVT - electric car conversion
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Jacek PawlikowskiPublished on Feb 1, 2015
Nissan Micra CVT - electric car conversion

Yours peter0003
 

John_D

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#4
Hi John D, I came across this youtube clip when looking up How to convert to electric
Nissan Micra CVT - electric car conversion
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Jacek PawlikowskiPublished on Feb 1, 2015
Nissan Micra CVT - electric car conversion

Yours peter0003
While it might be 'possible', the cost would be prohibitive and without single vehicle compliance, which in itself would be very expensive to get, DVLA would not change it's emission rating, so it would still incur the ULEZ charge.........:rolleyes:
Oh and have taken the trouble to make your bold lettered bit a real hyper link that can be followed to the Youtube video. See HERE
 
#5
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While it might be 'possible', the cost would be prohibitive and without single vehicle compliance, which in itself would be very expensive to get, DVLA would not change it's emission rating, so it would still incur the ULEZ charge.........:rolleyes:
Oh and have taken the trouble to make your bold lettered bit a real hyper link that can be followed to the Youtube video. See HERE
so sorry ABOUT ALL THIS I'M BIT THICK SOMETIMES!!!!!!!!!!!
 
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