GriefHammer· Registered User
Only issue is that a Q4 is a car/SUV and a model Y is software and tech on wheels. They feel night n day when I drove them back to back. To each their own I guessWhat VW Canada has done with the ID4 is tame compared to what Audi Canada is doing with the Q4. I placed an order last Sep for a base Q4 before Volksklick opened (worked out to be around 5K more than AWD ID4 with statement package).
Last month, people were informed that in order to guarantee a 2023 Model Year, you need to pay up to $8-12K in option packages to guarantee your spot in the production line, or potentially get pushed out to 2024 Model Year, where they will raise the base trim price by $4K, and makes it federal rebate ineligible (so out of pocket a $9K price hike). Oh, and they are also removing heatpumps from the Q4, and giving back $1K CAD for the inconveniance caused.
My Audi salesperson offered us a cancelled order fully loaded which we declined, and told him we are flexible on colour but not pricing. For what they're asking (75-85K after taxes and rebates), I'd rather stick with a ID4 with statement package at the cheaper price or a Model Y at 77K after BC rebate.