The Cargo version starts at €54,430.
Pricing includes Germany’s 19% VAT but not the incentives.
Pre-sales begin on Friday.
We are getting closer to the ID. Buzz’s North American market launch, yet we’re still about two years away… In the meantime, we can watch Germany and other European markets parade about in their new ultra-cool Volkswagen ID. Buzz minivans this fall. We knew that, but for the first time, we get an idea of pricing.
In Germany, the ID. Buzz Passenger will be priced from €64,581, an amount that includes the country’s 19% VAT, or Value Added Tax. This price is for the 5-seater short wheelbase (SWB) version in Pro trim with the 77 kWh (82 kWh gross) battery powering a single rear-mounted 150 kW (204 PS) electric drive motor.
As we know, North America will not get the SWB but instead have access to a long-wheelbase (LWB) one. This means that pricing should be similar if not greater here. If we subtract the VAT, we’re looking at about €52,500 or about $55,300 US before taxes and, again, incentives. This amount seems about right for a RWD Pro LWB in the US, assuming there will be a well-equipped Pro offered.
If we were to speculate for Canada, we’d guess that the starting price will hover between $60,000 and $62,000 for the same version.
We’re still about a year away from any actual pricing information on Canada and US ID. Buzz models.