rewrite this content and keep HTML tags Do you see yourself driving a Nio ET5 with a replaceable battery? First read our 3 advantages and 3 disadvantages to know whether the electric sedan suits you. You will already find a lot of messages about the Nio ET5 on our website. So we have the Nio ET5 range tested, 13 facts about the replaceable battery written and the opening of the first Nio House attended. And yet there are still three advantages and three disadvantages that we should take into account. Observations that help you find the ideal electric car. Advantage 1: Ready for autonomous driving With 33 sensors, the Nio ET5 is hardware-ready for the self-driving future. You can clearly see them sitting on the roof. Now that European regulations are still… Benefit 2: How fast do you want to sprint? Nio lets you choose from different sprint times (0-100 km/h) when fine-tuning the driving program. We find this more pleasant than buttons with words like ‘power’ or ‘turbo’ on them. At least now it’s clear what you get. Advantage 3: Talking to a puppet Talking to your car is still a bit strange. Thanks to Nomi, the funny ‘tennis ball’ on the dashboard, the bar for using voice control is much lower. Action Compare your car insurance Compare your car insurance now and receive a 20% discount on all car insurance through UnitedConsumers! This way you save up to € 175.00 per year. Disadvantage 1: Always sit high You take a seat behind the wheel and think: how high am I? And despite the extensive seat adjustment options, there is nothing you can do about it. You’ll have to get used to it. Disadvantage 2: Unpleasant cruise control It is difficult to explain how the cruise control ‘yo-yo’ with the speed. Do you know drivers who drive jerkily; roll out, speed up, roll out, speed up? The cruise control does that in miniature. Disadvantage 3: Small rear window The rear window is narrow as a letterbox, so in the interior mirror you mainly look at the roofs of traffic coming from behind.