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A Volkswagen electric vehicle can be a way to drive savings

There are many ways to save money with a Volkswagen electric vehicle, from government grants and incentives, lower running costs, easier maintenance and servicing, to free parking and exemption from congestion charges. 

See how you’re saving

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    Car Comparator

    This useful tool compares the running costs and key features of any Volkswagen electric vehicle with your existing car or any other vehicle brand you might be looking at.

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    Grants & tax breaks 

    View our guide to a wide range of government grants, tax breaks and a host of other money saving incentives available to Volkswagen electric vehicle owners. 

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    Running cost simulator

    Use our simulator to map your driving profile and estimate the cost of running your chosen Volkswagen electric vehicle. Then compare it to a petrol or diesel equivalent. 

Switch on the savings

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Latest electric finance offers

Browse our latest electric finance offers and find out how you can benefit from a variety of options designed to fit in with your lifestyle.

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Servicing and maintenance

Volkswagen electric vehicles have fewer moving parts compared to their combustion engine equivalent, so they require less servicing and maintenance

Empower your fleet with Volkswagen electric 

Lead the charge towards sustainability, savings and more

As a company car owner, or fleet decision maker, it might be time to consider Volkswagen electric vehicles. Longer ranges, faster charging times, and an ever-growing charging infrastructure, plus government grants and tax breaks, make making the switch a very viable option. Add to that the possible savings on running costs, along with the very latest in Volkswagen safety and comfort, and the pros keep adding up. To help find out how ready you and your drivers are to make the transition, visit our e-mobility tools.

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What it costs to charge an electric car

How much does it really cost to charge an electric car? We reveal all – and also tell you how to save money when charging.

Cost comparison: is an electric car more expensive than a petrol one?

Here we’ll explore the costs of owning a Volkswagen electric vehicle and how switching can be a worthwhile investment, not just for the environment, but for your wallet too.

Running costs: what an electric car costs

Find out more about the running costs of electric cars, including maintenance and servicing, electricity versus fuel, tax and insurance

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Important information :

^If you are selecting a Volkswagen ID.3, ID.4, ID.5, ID.7, ID.7 Tourer or ID.Buzz then prices shown are the MDP (Manufacturer's Direct Price).  This is the price set by Volkswagen which you pay for the vehicle.  Volkswagen ID vehicles are sold by Volkswagen UK, a trading division of Volkswagen Group United Kingdom Limited (please note that you will need to visit an authorised Volkswagen Retailer (acting as agent for Volkswagen UK) to order, purchase and take delivery of your Volkswagen ID vehicle).  The MDP includes delivery to an authorised Volkswagen Retailer (acting as agent for Volkswagen UK), number plates, new vehicle registration fee, the first year's Vehicle Excise Duty and VAT (calculated at 20%).  You can find out more about the Volkswagen model for selling ID vehicles by clicking https://www.volkswagen.co.uk/en/legal/mdp-explained.html.

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