Volkswagen Launches "Electric Trade-In" Offer for Electric ID. Range
Volkswagen has announced its "Electric Trade-In" offer, providing an exciting opportunity for those considering buying an electric car.
Until the 30th of November, Volkswagen invites customers to bring in any electric item that may be gathering dust in the cupboard, whether it's an old iron, a Casio keyboard, that cake mixer that you haven’t got around to using, or an unused hairdryer, and receive an incredible $14,000 off a brand-new Volkswagen SUV Electric ID. vehicle.
Volkswagen's Electric ID. range, which was recently launched, has already captured the attention of consumers who value sustainability and practicality. These 100% electric SUVs offer a perfect combination of space, range, technology, and performance.
"As a leader in electric mobility, we wanted to offer our customers an even greater reason to explore the ID. range. The ID. range has been thoughtfully designed to meet the everyday needs of our customers while delivering an impressive driving experience," says Chanelle McDonald, General Manager of Volkswagen New Zealand.
Designed to cater to the modern lifestyle of the target consumer, the ID. range stands out in the electric SUV segment with its striking design and electric performance. The ID.4 offers a WLTP driving range of 519km, while the ID.5 offers a WLTP range of 530km, ensuring that drivers can confidently navigate their daily routes. Both models offer notable all-electric range and energy consumption, providing drivers with a reliable option for their daily driving needs.
The introduction of the ID. range is part of Volkswagen's commitment to sustainable mobility and its broader roadmap to become net carbon-neutral by 2050. By offering customers a trade-in option for their old electric items and incentivising the purchase of sustainable electric vehicles, Volkswagen aims to contribute to a greener and more sustainable future.
The ID.4 combines the functionality of an SUV with practicality and ample space, while the ID.5 is stylish and sporty. The ID.4 has the standard SUV body shape with a strong masculine appearance and the ID.5 enjoys the distinctive coupe style. Further features include 3D LED taillights with dynamic turn signals and a visionary light bar that extends to the front and rear of the vehicle.
Inside the ID. vehicles, you'll find a spacious and comfortable interior, providing plenty of legroom and customisable features for a personalised driving experience. With a 12-inch central touch display (exclusive to ID.4 PRO+ and ID.5s), multifunction steering wheel with touch operation and vibration feedback. The convenient electric adjustment and memory function for the seats are included in the PRO+ models.
Safety is paramount, and the ID. vehicles do not disappoint as they come with a 5-Star ANCAP safety rating. They are equipped with new technology and driver assistance features to ensure a secure and comfortable driving experience.
Now is the time to act if an electric car has been on your mind. Don't miss the opportunity to take advantage of VW's "Electric Trade-In" offer and experience the performance and sustainability of the ID. range. All traded items will be donated to charity or sustainably recycled, contributing to community and environmental well-being.
With your “Electric Trade In” item, the ID range of vehicles starts at $65,975.
Visit your nearest Volkswagen dealership before November 30th to participate in this exciting offer.
For more information about the Volkswagen ID. electric trade-in offer, visit: https://www.volkswagen.co.nz/en/finance/electric_trade_in.html
For more information, please contact:
Guica Eroles, Brand Specialist
Volkswagen New Zealand
Mob: 027 534 9468
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