Haha, yes I caught that after I posted and updated.Congrats! Your sig says RWD, did you change your order at one point?
Nice, Vancouver VW has been quite communicative in recent months with regards to availability and delivery delays.Haha, yes I caught that after I posted and updated.
I’d originally ordered a RWD with the understanding it would be delivered much sooner than AWD.
Back in October my dealership let me know that RWD production for Canada was being scaled back considerably and they couldn’t estimate when, if ever, I may actually get my vehicle as spec’d. It may have just been an upsell tactic, but after seeing reviews of the AWD model coming out I decided I wanted to upgrade anyways (especially now that AWD models are supposed to deliver sooner than RWD).
For reference I went for the “non-refundable” $3k factory-order deposit option back in June.
That schedule is not complete, PWL has not released a new official one in quite a while so we're in the dark for future arrivals in Halifax. With a January delivery your vehicle is unlikely to be on the Conductor, there should be other arrivals in December for January deliveries.@Perry Rhodan I have a vin for my car - do you think that it would have to be on SFL conductor given that the shipping schedule you linked has no further Canadian deliveries this year. That is - would they bother building a car when there isn’t a ship to take it probably for a month or two?
They will introduce a $5000 levy to offset lost revenue from fuel taxation…. Kidding…well this is an interesting turn of events. The Ontario Liberal gov't said they will introduce an 8k dollar EV rebate if they are elected this spring. I wonder if the conservatives will respond.
I'm sure they will, but I doubt it'll roll out before 2023. I won't hold my breath. Federal liberals could choose to stop the rebate after it expires this coming March.well this is an interesting turn of events. The Ontario Liberal gov't said they will introduce an 8k dollar EV rebate if they are elected this spring. I wonder if the conservatives will respond.
They only managed to qualify by offering that low range model (150km?) that just about nobody bought. They found a loophole and benefited from it more than any other ev maker. Guess with them rising the base m3 MRSP it would no longer qualify anyway. They no longer qualify for the BC rebate too.Well I suppose the fact that the Tesla model 3 no longer qualifies for the federal rebate might make the remaining money last a little longer. Fingers crossed my ID.4 arrives in time next year!
I haven’t even talked to an electrician yet! I ordered July 27th but have no idea when it registered with VW - my salesman left to join Volvo and all I know is that I have a commission number. Will check in the New Year. I’m guessing March as the salesman thought December- January.Me too! I think we're in the same boat and ordered at the same time. I'm just happy I managed to get my hands on a 50 amp breaker! There's a shortage apparently.
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if the Feds stop giving rebates the EV sales will crater in Ontario. That's what happened when Ontario dropped their 14k dollar rebate and there was no Fed rebate. As for the Ontario Liberal offer, who knows when it will roll out. I'm just saying, given the reality of EVs rolling out in Ontario, whether it be the ID4, Ioniq 5, EV6, Ariya, we probably won't see them until spring anyways. The VW dealer here was saying 12 months for delivery. Maybe Doggie reintroduces a EV rebate in Jan or Feb. All I know is I won't be getting a car until summer anyways given the delivery times and delays.I'm sure they will, but I doubt it'll roll out before 2023. I won't hold my breath. Federal liberals could choose to stop the rebate after it expires this coming March.
I'm more curious if anyone has/will get calls to upgrade/downgrade their order if someone walks from there order.
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