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The Volkswagen ID.3 is a remarkably well-rounded small electric car. Not only is it one one of the few EVs that’s genuinely good fun to drive thanks to its well-weighted steering and fantastic body control, but it feels genuinely zippy too, matching the acceleration of the pricier Kia e-Niro Long Range and pummelling the rest of its key rivals, including the Citroën e-C4 and Peugeot e-208. It’s also surprisingly well-equipped in Life trim and benefits from slow predicted depreciation.get the best price
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Style introduces 18in alloy wheels, ambient interior lighting, a panoramic sunroof, keyless entry, illuminated door handles, a rear-view camera, better seats, a ski flap and rear-tinted glass over City trim. It’s only available with the 45kWh battery, though, so unless you’re not planning on any long journeys, we’d save some money and get Life trim for its bigger 58kWh battery.
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The entry-level Pure Performance has a 45kWh battery that's officially good for 217 miles on a single charge. It comes with a 148bhp motor that enables a claimed 0-62mph time of 8.9sec.
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