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I just leased an ID4 1st edition.
Here's what I paid
$3600 down .
$600 monthly payment for 30k mile/36mon
including 3 maintenances (2 were already there) and lease end return protection.

I like this car a lot more than the model y in terms of driving and build quality.
Went to 3 other dealerships, this is best price I can get.

Just wanted to provide a data point here for you guys.
Good luck and enjoy! Love the car a lot so far.
 

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I just leased an ID4 1st edition.
Here's what I paid
$3000 cash down (including license, registration and what not).
$600 monthly payment(including tax) for 30k mile/36mon
including 3 maintenances (2 were already there) and lease end return protection.

I like this car a lot more than the model y in terms of driving and build quality.
Went to 3 other dealerships, this is best price I can get.

Just wanted to provide a data point here for you guys.
Good luck and enjoy! Love the car a lot so far.
Would you share which dealership you leased from?
Thanks
 

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I just leased an ID4 1st edition.
Here's what I paid
$3600 down .
$600 monthly payment for 30k mile/36mon
including 3 maintenances (2 were already there) and lease end return protection.

I like this car a lot more than the model y in terms of driving and build quality.
Went to 3 other dealerships, this is best price I can get.

Just wanted to provide a data point here for you guys.
Good luck and enjoy! Love the car a lot so far.
Got a lease putting down $2500 (including my initial deposit), 15k miles per year for 39 months at $587.
 

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Where are you located? Any credits you received besides the Fed Tax credit of 7500?
in CA (I'm in OC) we got $7,500 deduction from VW for lease, $1,500 from CA clean fuel rebate and later I can apply for CVRP for another $2,000 (there is income limit qualification).
@Baldoqui doesn't the dealer only deduct $1,500 directly from the MSRP - the $2,000 you have to apply with the decal form ( CAV and CVRP)?
 

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In San Diego, we have a pre-approved CVRP program where you can get approval before you make the purchase. Then you go to your authorized dealer and they apply the rebate as a downpayment.
 

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Where do we go for our decals?
 
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Has anyone applied for their decals with their dealer plates?

I've got the form filled in and I don't want to waste it if I get rejected.
 

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Has anyone applied for their decals with their dealer plates?

I've got the form filled in and I don't want to waste it if I get rejected.
No, however having done this with an e-Golf the DMV requires the vehicle plates for the application to be processed. Without these the your application will get knocked back. The decals are numbered and assigned to the plates and vehicle VIN. You also required to carry the CAV certificate that comes with the stickers with the vehicle registration and insurance.
 
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