Black Friday leasing deal: VW ID.3 for 215 euros gross per month

VW ID.3 performance for cheap 215 euros in private leasing

The VW ID.3 is available as a Black Friday leasing deal for a very affordable 215 euros. The offer applies to private customers. AUTO BILD has all the details!

D.he VW ID.3 has arrived. The first customer vehicles are on the road, and in the electric car country of Norway, the ID.3 even replaced the Tesla Model 3 as the best-selling electric vehicle in October. Just in time for Black Friday, the VW ID.3 is available in the 150 kW performance version at an affordable price in leasing!

Leasing duration and free kilometers can be adjusted

In the case of the ID.3 offered, the leasing contract runs for 48 months with a total mileage of 40,000 kilometers. If desired, however, both the contract duration and the number of free kilometers can be adjusted. For 36 months with 10,000 free kilometers per year, the ID.3 costs 227 euros gross per month, for example. Frequent drivers can increase the mileage to a maximum of 20,000 kilometers per year – then the ID.3 still costs a fair 253 euros per month. However, the cost of providing the car is relatively high at 1099 euros.

Changing the equipment is not possible

The vehicles offered are immediately available storage vehicles in the color “moonstone gray”. It is therefore no longer possible to change the equipment. With lane departure warning, heated steering wheel, “Discover Pro” navigation system, PDC, DAB +, seat heating and more, the equipment of the ID.3 Life, which costs at least 36,326 euros in the basic version, is okay. Due to the high demand, the offer may no longer be available at short notice, according to Sparneuwagen. You can find an overview of all interesting leasing deals here!

* Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions and, if applicable, the power consumption of new cars can be found in the “Guide to Official Fuel Consumption”, which is available free of charge at all sales outlets and from “Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH” (www


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