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Brand New VW Passat 1.4 TFSI S - £15,911 (£5,698 saving) @ Drivethedeal.com £15,911.00

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Brand new, latest model VW Passat 1.4 TFSI 125PS variant in solid grey. Quote available for colour variations but expect +£300 for white, +£595 for metallics. 16" 'Aragon' alloy wheels Bluetooth tel… Read More
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1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago
Brand new, latest model VW Passat 1.4 TFSI 125PS variant in solid grey. Quote available for colour variations but expect +£300 for white, +£595 for metallics.

16" 'Aragon' alloy wheels
Bluetooth telephone connection
DAB digital radio receiver
Lumbar support
Composition Media 6.5" colour touchscreen infotainment system
MDI with USB and aux-in
Multifunction leather trimmed steering wheel
Mis-fuelling prevention

Big car for a small price!

(Price assumes you take the VW Finance PCP deal to get a £4,000 deposit contribution - this can be paid off immediately)
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19 Likes
edd666999
Payments should be around £245 on a pcp deal over 4years with £1780 deposit.


Borrow £14,000 over 4 years with a cheap loan and you could own it outright for £308pm....

https://money.gocompare.com/loans?gcclickid=f809a150-e05e-4fcc-9a87-8b0b6f3ec2c9#/?amount=14000&timeQty=4&timeUnit=years&propertyValue=250000&debtAgainstProperty=125000&sortingcode=apr&page=1
14 Likes
I know I'm going to get flamed, but:
1. Great deal OP.
2. I don't get why people would buy, personally, a dull looking car when they could get something that looks decent...each to their own and fair enough...but normal rrp:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/images/2016/10/21/Passat-new-main-xlarge_trans_NvBQzQNjv4Bq0Z8BtIsc1NmXhcYBvOqw3ckl0o4cp7NlllXDRPQLjGs.jpg

Or

https://res.cloudinary.com/carsguide/image/upload/f_auto,fl_lossy,q_auto,t_cg_hero_low/v1/editorial/mazda-mazda6-2015-sedan.jpg

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15 Likes #1
Upgrading to SE spec with metallic paint, giving you parking sensors front & rear, adaptive cruise, NAV, auto lights, auto wipers, 17 inch alloys and folding mirrors and costs around + £1600.

Upgrading to the 150BHP adds around +£250
1 Like #2
Payments should be around £245 on a pcp deal over 4years with £1780 deposit.
1 Like #3
pgilc1
Upgrading to SE spec with metallic paint, giving you parking sensors front & rear, adaptive cruise, NAV, auto lights, auto wipers, and folding mirrors and costs around + £1600.
Upgrading to the 150BHP adds around +£250

I have a Passat with all of these features and would suggest that for £1600 it would be well worth doing.
1 Like #4
Mada06
pgilc1
Upgrading to SE spec with metallic paint, giving you parking sensors front & rear, adaptive cruise, NAV, auto lights, auto wipers, and folding mirrors and costs around + £1600.
Upgrading to the 150BHP adds around +£250
I have a Passat with all of these features and would suggest that for £1600 it would be well worth doing.

+1

My 2016 Passat is the SE Spec with metallic paint and its a very worthwhile difference.
19 Likes #5
edd666999
Payments should be around £245 on a pcp deal over 4years with £1780 deposit.


Borrow £14,000 over 4 years with a cheap loan and you could own it outright for £308pm....

https://money.gocompare.com/loans?gcclickid=f809a150-e05e-4fcc-9a87-8b0b6f3ec2c9#/?amount=14000&timeQty=4&timeUnit=years&propertyValue=250000&debtAgainstProperty=125000&sortingcode=apr&page=1
1 Like #6
tempting!
1 Like #7
might be worth listening to the report on PCPs here:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08p4zxq
1 Like #8
simba2585
tempting!

I'd strongly recommend the Passat.

We've a 2016 1.6TDI and its a fantastic car. I'd have had the petrol engined variant had one existed at the time.

I'd probably recommend finding the extra for the SE variant if you can. Theres some very nice touches with it.
#9
speculatrix
might be worth listening to the report on PCPs here:http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b08p4zxq

I'd personally take the PCP offer and either clear it with car or with a cheap bank loan.

With around £2000 deposit you could have this car for £300 a month over four years and own it outright.
3 Likes #10
This has been my favorite car for nearly a decade, can't comment on recent ones but older passats made to last. Beautiful car.
1 Like #11
I thought folding mirrors and sensors are standard now and not a chargeable extra. Ahh I forgot, it's a vag car, even dacia gives more nowadays.
#12
pablomalin
I thought folding mirrors and sensors are standard now and not a chargeable extra. Ahh I forgot, it's a vag car, even dacia gives more nowadays.

It's the entry level car. The SE Business spec gives you all the bits you'd really want for not a big hill of beans more.

Worth it IMHO but you pays your money.. .
#13
Where is this deal? Link takes me to home page with no sign on special offers?
#14
millenium9
This has been my favorite car for nearly a decade, can't comment on recent ones but older passats made to last. Beautiful car.

I bought a brand new passat in 2010, stupidly sold it after 18 months and have ended up buying another 7 years later. I'd have had the other one paid for long since and it would still be fresh looking and going strong.

Maybe I will have the wit to keep this one long term....
1 Like #15
fireman1
Where is this deal? Link takes me to home page with no sign on special offers?

You need to go to vw, then passat, then pick the specific model.

No direct link that I could find
1 Like #16
Please don't get a fake steer by reading any of sycophantic reviews by VAG loving motoring press. Read Clarkson's review of its brother the Skoda Superb
https://www.driving.co.uk/car-reviews/the-clarkson-review-2016-skoda-superb-estate/
#17
any thoughts if this car will last someone over 10 years and 150k miles?
#18
Krizzo3
any thoughts if this car will last someone over 10 years and 150k miles?
My colleague owned his previous Passat (06 plate, 2.0TDI) for ten years and did over 210k, as he travels all over the country because of his job. There was nothing wrong with the car when he got rid of it. I don't know how reliable these petrol engines are but generally Passat's been long known for its reliability.
14 Likes #19
I know I'm going to get flamed, but:
1. Great deal OP.
2. I don't get why people would buy, personally, a dull looking car when they could get something that looks decent...each to their own and fair enough...but normal rrp:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/images/2016/10/21/Passat-new-main-xlarge_trans_NvBQzQNjv4Bq0Z8BtIsc1NmXhcYBvOqw3ckl0o4cp7NlllXDRPQLjGs.jpg

Or

https://res.cloudinary.com/carsguide/image/upload/f_auto,fl_lossy,q_auto,t_cg_hero_low/v1/editorial/mazda-mazda6-2015-sedan.jpg
#20
Went through the prices and the cheapest seems to still cost over 21k, which is after the discount, according to small print:


EXTRA INFORMATION
The quoted prices include:

£3,125 discount on S, Bluemotion, SE and SE Business models
£3,375 discount on GT models
£3,625 discount on R-Line and GTE models
This discount is conditional upon you taking out PCP finance at 5.8% APR Representative arranged by the dealer. If you do not wish to take out this finance, then you will need to add the above amounts to the prices that we quote.

VW are offering PCP finance at 5.8% APR Representative over 18 to 48 months with a 5% minimum deposit. Terms and conditions apply. The dealer that we put you in touch with will arrange the finance if required. Subject to Status. Written quote available on request.

Volkswagen are offering 2 years or 20,000 miles servicing for a reduced price of £149 when you buy your car on Volkswagen PCP Finance.

NOTE: ALL VW MODELS ORDERED VIA US WILL BE SUPPLIED BRAND NEW. YOU WILL BE THE FIRST AND ONLY REGISTERED KEEPER. SOME BROKERS ARE OFFERING PRE-REGISTERED CARS OR CARS REGISTERED TO YOU “CARE OF” AN UNRELATED COMPANY.


Please note that quoted discounted prices on Passat GTE models include a £2,500 Plug-in Car Grant provided by the Government.

Quotes and offers are for cars ordered after 1st July and delivered by 30th September 2017.

Edited By: pablomalin on Jul 09, 2017 23:44: :)
#21
Do they do the cc version?
#22
Good deal if you're into VW's but it does nicely illustrate how big a mark up there is on new car prices........
#23
How do you get it for the price the OP posted? Can't seem to find 4K contribution and price still not near 16k mark. Can OP post the steps please
#24
nevermind I got it now you have to click get discounted price
#25
Krizzo3
any thoughts if this car will last someone over 10 years and 150k miles?
My Passat 2.0L Highline, petrol, registered 31/12/2003, done 86500 miles, had it for 9 years, all the boys toys, running as sweet as a nut, luv it!!!

Edited By: bazza60 on Jul 10, 2017 00:28
1 Like #26
DemonUK
Do they do the cc version?
They separated Cc altogether it became a model in its own right. But is about to be discontinued.

The Arteon will replace the cc and looks gorgeous.
2 Likes #27
jonspurs
I know I'm going to get flamed, but:1. Great deal OP.2. I don't get why people would buy, personally, a dull looking car when they could get something that looks decent...each to their own and fair enough...but normal rrp:Or


Never ending discussion on same level as whether tits or ass is more important.

Seeing how mazdas are rust buckets puts me away in this case as I would like to keep the car over 10 years.
1 Like #29
Krizzo3
Seeing how mazdas are rust buckets puts me away in this case as I would like to keep the car over 10 years.

Really?
1 Like #30
I have an 04 plate Bora (little brother to the Passat / Golf with a boot) which is on 224K. Original clutch and DMF lasted to 191K, still on original turbo. Never had any real issues other wear & tear. So, I would recommend VW for reliability.

And, I've always only ever run it on supermarket fuel!
1 Like #31
Bought two cars from DriveTheDeal approx 12 and 10 years ago - Renault.
All good, genuine Company.

Edited By: deany76 on Jul 10, 2017 05:34:
1 Like #32
I owned VW SHARAN it was 2015 without steering wheel controls and that's really annoys me and I finally sold it.
Always buy SE variant
I will never buy a VW again in my life this is what I decided. They have still 10 year old look and charge you for things which even kids toys cars have for free now a days.
#33
jonspurs
I know I'm going to get flamed, but:
1. Great deal OP.
2. I don't get why people would buy, personally, a dull looking car when they could get something that looks decent...each to their own and fair enough...but normal rrp:http://www.telegraph.co.uk/cars/images/2016/10/21/Passat-new-main-xlarge_trans_NvBQzQNjv4Bq0Z8BtIsc1NmXhcYBvOqw3ckl0o4cp7NlllXDRPQLjGs.jpg
Orhttps://res.cloudinary.com/carsguide/image/upload/f_auto,fl_lossy,q_auto,t_cg_hero_low/v1/editorial/mazda-mazda6-2015-sedan.jpg

Yup. You pays your money...

Looks are subjective. If someone prefers the looks of the Mazda6 then thats their choice.

Lots of very good cars in this category now, so lots of room for choice.
#34
DemonUK
Do they do the cc version?

The CC is a different model - worth noting its based on the older B7 Passat, not this latest B8 variant.

Also the CC is about to be superceded (or overshadowed by) the launch of the Arteon (which will be a lot more expensive that either the CC or the Passat.

I looked in to all this a couple of months ago before i bought the 2016 Passat.
#35
ezzer72

It was a good car - hamstrung by the engine problems in the 2.0TDI variant in the early days. I dont think it fully recovered.
1 Like #36
listen to file on 4 on 11th July to hear about VW and the emissions scandal before choosing a VAG vehicle
3 Likes #37
mattwarby7692
listen to file on 4 on 11th July to hear about VW and the emissions scandal before choosing a VAG vehicle

This is the petrol variant.
#38
mattwarby7692
listen to file on 4 on 11th July to hear about VW and the emissions scandal before choosing a VWG vehicle

FYP.
#39
Sold my 2008 Passat with 180k on the clock last year. Never had any problems or cost more than maintenance. I think the key is that this milage was mostly on motorways and VAG serviced for the first 120k miles. Never buy one with any unknown history.
#40
M_z
Sold my 2008 Passat with 180k on the clock last year. Never had any problems or cost more than maintenance. I think the key is that this milage was mostly on motorways and VWG serviced for the first 120k miles. Never buy one with any unknown history.

FYP2

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