Charging infrastructure, short ranges and high prices – opponents of electromobility have had valid arguments in recent years as to why an e-vehicle is not worthwhile in everyday life. The VW ID.3 should change that. But whether the all-electric Wolfsburg really does everything better depends heavily on your personal driving profile. That’s why it’s worth the electric vehicle, which costs at least 31,960 euros test over a longer period of time. Volkswagen AG is now offering this option itself – via a Subscription offer from Volkswagen Financial Services. There it is ID.3 for a monthly flat rate of 539 euros.
The minimum term of the subscription is six months – it can also be shortened to three months, but the monthly rate then increases to 629 euros. After the minimum contract period of six (or three) months, the VW ID.3 can be returned monthly without giving reasons. In direct comparison, the car subscription is usually more expensive than leasingbut also a lot more flexible. The monthly rate already includes all costs such as registration, insurance (fully comprehensive with a deductible of 800 euros), vehicle tax, service and maintenance – tires that are suitable for the season are also included. ID.3 pilots only have to contribute the electricity they use.
800 silent kilometers included
The rate of 539 euros includes 800 free kilometers per month. Additional kilometers are billed at a flat rate of 0.30 euros/kilometer. However, it is also possible to book kilometer packages for an additional charge. A big advantage compared to leasing: The packages can be changed monthly, guaranteeing maximum flexibility and a perfect overview of costs. (These are the advantages of the car subscription)
Stromer with a range of over 400 kilometers
The ID.3 provided via the subscription is included a 58 kWh battery fitted. This allows the pilot of the 150 kW strong ID.3 with full batteries a maximum range of 424 kilometers between the charging stations. Since the offer is for warehouse vehicles, the vehicles can be delivered at short notice, according to VW Financial Services.