Seat look similar from the brochure, fabric clearly different. adjustment of head support seams to be missing on standard seats.Has anyone had a good look around a Life or even a test drive?
If so any view on the quality of the interior and seats?
(I’ve test driven a 1st Edition just wondering if the Life interior will be a significant step down or not!) thanks.
To be honest it’s mainly the Life seat coverings that put me off. Like a American golfer’s shorts from 1972.I’m in the same dilemma on the life model I think if I’m wavering on the bassi ness of it now it’s gonna grate quite quickly.
What are led reflector headlights exactly?! The trim pattern on the seats also looks a bit naff in the pics to me not sure how it looks in real life? Annoyingly in terms of tech kit etc it’s fine for me it’s the scrimping on trim etc that puts me off
Yep exactly this I’m trying to see if my local dealer will bite on a 9k discount (inc grant) on a first edition as a few on here have been offered/ managed this!To be honest it’s mainly the Life seat coverings that put me off. Like a American golfer’s shorts from 1972.
This Life is now very reasonably priced but as you say will it grate? Sadly the next trim up Style seems up to 3k dearer.
Maybe best to look at 1st edition deals. Now 124 1st editions on Autotrader!
Great deal and I see the logic, does the 1st come with both chargers and matts as standard? I was hoping they did? (Further Man maths to justify over the life!)we were looking at the life but the interior put us off the seats reminding me of our old 53plate polo's. We bagged a deal on a 1st edition for pretty much the same price total of £9.5k off after some haggling with servicing, full rubber mats and charger included. seemed like a no brainer even with the knowledge they were the first of the production line.
No granny charger as standard with any ID.3, just the 32A type 2 cable.
It comes with carpet mats as standard but we’re a muddy family and always have rubber mats so asked them to include in the deal.