Volkswagen ID.5 From £376 + VAT Per Month For Business Users At Yeomans Volkswagen in Cornwall

The ID.5 offers a powerful electric performance, combining the strengths of an SUV with the aerodynamic silhouette of a coupé. As standard, innovative IQ.LIGHT technology allows continuous driving with the main beam without dazzling other road users. The panoramic glass roof extends over almost the entire width of the roof, allowing an unobstructed view of the sky which can be operated by voice control. Ambient lighting illuminates the interior, whilst AR head-up display projects important information directly onto the windscreen. Innovative technology makes journeys even easier, including Travel Assist with swarm data, voice assistant and the Discover Pro navigation system.

The Volkswagen ID.5 comes with an impressive specification, including:

  • Alloy wheels "Hamar" 8J x 19, Black, diamond-turned surface
  • 'Interior Style' comfort seats in Art velours microfleece
  • 'Air Care Climatronic' (3-zone) with rear air conditioning control panel
  • "Discover Max" 12-inch Navigation infotainment display
  • Park assistance plus with front and rear parking sensors

Drive away the Volkswagen ID.5 Match 77kWh Pro 286PS 1-speed automatic 5 Door from £376 + VAT per month for business users.

​Duration36 Months​
Monthly Rental£376.37 + VAT
Initial Rental £2,258.22 + VAT
​Annual Mileage10,000​

For more information and to organise a test drive please contact Yeomans Volkswagen.

Yeomans Volkswagen Helston01326 670079
Yeomans Volkswagen Indian Queens01726 259 119


No ownership option. Excess mileage and damage charges may apply. All business user prices exclude VAT payable at 20%. 18s+. Subject to status and availability. T&Cs apply. Ordered by 01 October 2024 from participating Retailers. Indemnities may be required. Subject to changes in vehicle or equipment prices. Not available in conjunction with any other finance offer and may be varied or withdrawn at any time. Accurate at 07/2024. Freepost Volkswagen Financial Services. #46694