Volkswagen is launching into social leasing with two of its electric models. The ID.3 and e-Up! are now available as part of the government system at very competitive prices.
Volkswagen plays the government’s game
Social leasing is a government initiative to promote electric vehicles. Especially to ensure that they are accessible to households with the lowest incomes. To benefit from this system, several criteria must be met. In particular, the household is required to have a reference tax income per unit of less than 15,400 euros.
This is what’s left of the battery capacity of a Volkswagen ID.3 after 100,000 kilometers
More and more manufacturers are playing the game in France. Stellantis is the group that monopolizes the most orders. We also find offers from Hyundai (with the Kona) and Nissan (the electric Leaf is 65 euros per month). And so Volkswagen comes to enter the dance. The German brand offers the ID.3 for 109 euros per month and the e-Up! (there are still a few units available in stock) for 89 euros per month.
The ID.3 and the e-Up! offered within the framework of social leasing
The German manufacturer specifies that the financing of these offers is carried out through Volkswagen Financial Services, the largest provider of automotive financial services in Europe. As part of this government scheme, the brand is offering its ID.3 Pro (with the 58 kWh battery) in Life Max finish. Suffice to say that it is a rather well-equipped version (ACC adaptive cruise control, Lane Assist, etc.).
Volkswagen cuts prices for the ID.3
For the electric compact, you will have to pay 109 euros per month, for 37 months and 40,000 km. No contribution is required, this being in fact covered by purchasing aid. This is obviously an unbeatable price. Concerning the e-Up!, and although its production has been stopped, the price is 89 euros per month for 37 months and 40,000 km. Two new low-cost electric models which reinforce the government measure.
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