If you do get one I would demand that the check/fix the battery coolant before it leaves the lot. Pumps are not meant to be ran dry. I have had mine for 2 weeks, already had the coolant bleed/refilled and now waiting on the pump. I will most likely be using my states lemon law for this car since my reasonable “30-45 days” for it to come in was laughed at and the tech said if I was lucky.
My first post on this blog, I've been going reading up on the ID.4 on this forum and over on Reddit for ID.4 owners and I find myself a bit turned around on pulling the trigger on getting an ID.4. I currently have a 2016 Passat and I've always liked VW cars for their design and build quality but reading some of the recent post I'm a bit nervous. For me the logistics of where I live might be a serious headache should I have any issues with the ID.4 should it just break down completely. I work in San Diego but live south of the border in Tijuana. Mostly I work remote but 1 or two days out of the week I head into San Diego for either work or errands.
I know its been said in other post that it's possible that the vast majority of ID.4 owners have no issues what-so-ever but those that do are more likely to search for answer in places such as this fine forum Are issues like the ones bluebaron is having more regular than we know of?
Thank you all for such a great forum, really helpful.