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2021 Volkswagen ID.4


MSRP* $39,995 - $48,175
Invoice* $38,396 - $46,248


City 104 Hwy 89

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2021 Volkswagen ID.4 Overview

The 2021 Volkswagen ID.4 is an all-new, all-electric compact SUV with EPA-estimated range of 250 miles. It is powered by a 201-hp electric motor with a 77kWh lithium-ion battery mated to a single-speed transmission. Fuel economy for the ID.4 is an EPA-estimated rating of 104/89 MPGe city/highway.

Inside, the ID.4 features a standard 10-inch touchscreen multimedia system, heated front seats, heated steering and wireless smartphone charging. Available features include a panoramic moonroof, a 12-inch touchscreen display, a power liftgate, and 20-inch wheels. With the rear seats up, cargo volume is 30.3 cubic feet. 

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Overall Rating:
5 (out of 5)
Value 5
Exterior 5
Interior 5
Comfort 5
Performance 5
Reliability 5
New VW ID.4 Experience

by ID4 Owner from Greenville SC | May 11, 2021

The ID.4 has been great so far as an early adopter (in the US). The ID.3 and ID.4 platforms have been available in Europe for many months. Lots of the early model issues resolved. Typical fine German handling, fit, finish, and comfort. Great set of safety features. Range has been consistently at or better than EPA 260 miles (unlike experience with Tesla). This is a easy switch from gas to EV for SUV segment. Car has tons of space and plenty of room front and rear. There are a list of improvements and bugs that early owners have identified. Since VW is using over the air updates now, I expect the upgrades will be easier to implement. Nothing that is a major concern for me at this point. Finally, the maintenance requirements are like "fill the fluids and inspect" !

Move Over, Elon. You've Got Company

by Jewopaho from Houston | May 02, 2021

We've never been VW fans. Each time we test-drove one, the vehicle fell short of the competition. However, the ID.4 not being your typical Volkswagen, we pursued a possible purchase. We drove a demo, and were impressed. The general consensus from three dealerships was that we'd have to order one to our specs online, then wait for it to be built and shipped from Germany. The fourth dealer in the area showed one available. By the quirk of luck, a model (1st Edition) dressed exactly as we would have ordered it was sitting on that showroom's floor. Apparently, the purchaser declined delivery, and we were able to buy it. For starters, it doesn't look like any EV on the road ... no funny shape (looks just the same as a standard SUV) or cheesy interiors (actually borders on the upscale). Range is around 250 miles, three years of free charging through Electrify America, $7500 tax credit (provided you owe that much on your return) ... priced fairly (MSRP $45,100, we paid $44,400). Driving is a pleasure, smooth without being sloppy, plenty of pickup (entered the freeway with no problem), responsive handling, comfortable seating, not to mention quiet. We've also driven a Tesla Model Y ... no comparison whatsoever. If you can get to drive an ID.4, do it. You'll be impressed, too.

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