Don't like: quirks. Too many to list here. As with pretty much all newly introduced cars, you'll learn them 😬.
Yea the more I've been reading the more I wonder if I will see it through to the end.
Note Nai3t's recent very well articulated review:
"I join you today on my FE's 6 month anniversary.
The ID.4 has been stellar. Reliable. Smooth and quiet. Snappy. Versatile. Spacious for five.
I'm only the occasional driver. My wife is getting along quite well with EV life, manages her battery and charging well, and handles the occasional EA visit without any drama.
My boys are smitten. The 10 year old will sit in the front seat and poke at the screen all day long if I'd let him. Somehow the light interior is surviving their abuse with my minimal efforts at the occasional wipe down and vacuum.
My nanogenarin father in law never runs out of compliments and repeatedly expresses how lucky he is he's gotten to experience the wonder of electric cars. This from the front seat! (He hasn't experienced the view out the skylight from the back seat yet.)
I look forward to seeing what VW throws at us with new capabilities over the next year. I don't expect the world. I do expect some impressive refinements.
I'm glossing over the ID.4's bugs. But they're minor, pretty well known, and don't affect the way we use or charge the car in any substantive way. Yeah, I suppose that's giving VW a soft pass, but it doesn't change our satisfaction with the car."