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Inside EVs have listed which EVs are the most affordable per mile of range and the ID.4 is 6th on the list. According to their numbers the ID.4 Pro costs $164/mile. With the federal tax credit it could be $134/mile.


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Inside EVs have listed which EVs are the most affordable per mile of range and the ID.4 is 6th on the list. According to their numbers the ID.4 Pro costs $164/mile. With the federal tax credit it could be $134/mile.


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This chart does not compare apples for apples. Therefore, it is incorrect. They have AWD compared to RWD. They also aren’t comparing the extra’s in each vehicle, ie: leather, sunroof, heat pump, etc. It must be broken down into categories. It is just a range comparison. It is misleading!
 

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This chart does not compare apples for apples. Therefore, it is incorrect. They have AWD compared to RWD. They also aren’t comparing the extra’s in each vehicle, ie: leather, sunroof, heat pump, etc. It must be broken down into categories. It is just a range comparison. It is misleading!
I would say these stats are still very valuable when isolating cost per mile
With what you said factored in, I bet the ID.4's position might change around a bit, just nothing significant.
 

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I would say these stats are still very valuable when isolating cost per mile
With what you said factored in, I bet the ID.4's position might change around a bit, just nothing significant.
Well maybe? But my main point was the ID 4 AWD PRO S is 49k and so is the Model Y. I know the tax credit is factored in too but how about range? Then it becomes a different story. The 39k ID has no leather, it’s RWD and 250 mile range. I’m just saying you really can’t compare like that, unless range and price are your only concerns.
 
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