Brand New 2022 Volkswagen ID.5 uk deals

Compare brand new 2022 Volkswagen ID.5 prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £1415 from our dealers. Our 2022 Volkswagen ID.5 deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Volkswagen manufactures 5 model variants.

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Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pro 77kWh 174 5 0.0 174 0 £52185 Save £1305
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pro 77kWh 174 5 0.0 174 0 £55785 Save £1413
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pro Perf 77kWh 204 5 0.0 204 0 £53620 Save £1348
Auto Electric 0.0Elec Pro Perf 77kWh 204 5 0.0 204 0 £57220 Save £1456
Auto Electric 0.0Elec GTX 77kWh 299 5 0.0 299 0 £60520 Save £1555

As we've said elsewhere in this review, there's a choice of Pro, Pro Performance or sporty GTX versions of this model, all using the same 77kWh battery. Prices are expected to start from around £47,000 and there'll be tough competition, not only from this model's identically engineered Skoda Enyaq iV Coupe and Audi Q4 Sportback e-tron cousins but also from cars selling at this point like the Polestar 2 and the Kia EV6.

New MEB software means improvements to Volkswagen's 'Travel Assist' system, which is standard and which can do most of the driving for you at highway speeds. Standard equipment also includes the brand intelligent 'IQ.Light LED matrix' headlights and 3D LED rear tail lamps.

It's a pity though, that the 'DCC' dynamic chassis control adaptive damping system is optional, even on the flagship GTX variant. Volkswagen expects a popular option to be it's 'Top Sports' front seats, which are distinguished by perforated ID logos at the tops of the backrests.

All models also include the brand's 'Car2X' communication system which uses crowd-swarm data to warn you about traffic hazards ahead. Also standard is the company's neat 'ID.Light' system in the cabin, which provides visual warnings of safety system issues using the ambient lighting..

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