Brand New 2022 Volkswagen ID.4 uk deals

Compare brand new 2022 Volkswagen ID.4 prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £1091 from our dealers. Our 2022 Volkswagen ID.4 deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Volkswagen manufactures 11 model variants.

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Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pro Perf 77kWh 204 5 0.0 204 0 £43500 Save £1044
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pro Perf 77kWh 204 5 0.0 204 0 £47585 Save £1167
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pro Perf 77kWh 204 5 0.0 204 0 £54000 Save £1359
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pure 52kWh 148 5 0.0 148 0 £36550 Save £836
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pure 52kWh 148 5 0.0 148 0 £39300 Save £918
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pure Perf 52kWh 170 5 0.0 170 0 £37950 Save £878
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pure Perf 52kWh 170 5 0.0 170 0 £40700 Save £960
Auto Electric 0.0Elec GTX 77kWh 299 5 0.0 299 0 £50540 Save £1255
Auto Electric 0.0Elec GTX 77kWh 299 5 0.0 299 0 £57270 Save £1457
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pro 77kWh 174 5 0.0 174 0 £42100 Save £1002
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pro 77kWh 174 5 0.0 174 0 £46185 Save £1125
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The ID.4 range kicks off with base 'Life'-spec variants. Choose the smaller 52kWh battery and the smaller 148PS 'Pure' Electric motor with this level of trim and you'll get yourself the only ID.4 model in the range that costs under £35,000 and therefore can qualify for the government's Plug-in Car Grant.

Which means that this entry-level ID.4 can be yours for just over £32,000 after grant deduction. There's a big price jump to the other models in the range which have to do without any grant assistance.

The same 'Life'-spec 52kWh model with the faster 170PS 'Pure Performance' motor costs from around £36,000. And a 'Life'-spec model with the bigger 77kWh battery, which must be had with the 204PS 'Pro Performance' motor, costs from around £41,500.

Going further up the line-up, just under £40,000 gets you mid-range 'Style'-spec, where the smaller 52kWh battery is offered with either the 148PS 'Pure' or the 170PS 'Pure Performance' motors.

From there on in the line-up, your only battery option is the bigger 77kWh unit, offered with the 204PS 'Pro Performance' motor with 'Family' and 'Max' trimmed models priced between £45,000 and £50,000.

If you want to go further, there's a top GTX high performance 4WD model which uses the 77kWh battery and has two motors (one on each axle) offering a 299PS total output.

The GTX costs from around £49,000 in standard form - or costs just over £55,000 in top-spec GTX Max trim..

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