Lease deal 5000 miles £132 per month 24 months Volkswagen Passat Alltrack2.0TDI SCR 4MOTION £3156 @ NVS - HotUKDeals
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Seems cheap. Add 30 pounds per month for 8000 miles per year.

More details from NVS:

"Important - All approvals in the system for the VW Passat Alltrack offer WILL be honoured where a valid finance approval is in place. This means that if we've confirmed your acceptance, we can order at the rate agreed.  We are working through a large backlog of order forms, please rest assured that these will be with you ASAP."
- pete1993
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DudleyGuy
Cold, can buy a classic sports car for less than this, and keep it!
Yeah fair one that's a pretty good comparison, I was in the market for a brand new 4wd estate to cart the kids and dog around but I ended up buying a classic sports car. I bet you're the type of guy who gets sent to the shop by your mum to get some milk and comes back with some magic beans.
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DudleyGuy
Cold, can buy a classic sports car for less than this, and keep it!
Almost a record. Nearly 2 hours before Amon-believer pitches in and spouts steam from their blown radiator/head gasket.

If it's not for you, don't let the leaf Spring slap you on the way out.
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Available direct from VW without the admin fees

http://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/volkswagen/passat-alltrack/?type=personal

Length Yearly Mileage Excess Mileage Initial Payment Monthly Payment Get Quotation
24 months (3+23) 8,000mpa 7.2p / mile £419.37 £139.79 (Inc VAT)
24 months (3+23) 10,000mpa 7.2p / mile £459.84 £153.28 (Inc VAT)
36 months (3+35) 8,000mpa 7.2p / mile £589.71 £196.57 (Inc VAT)
36 months (3+35) 10,000mpa 7.2p / mile £624.30 £208.10 (Inc VAT)
24 months (6+23) 8,000mpa 7.2p / mile £751.98 £125.33 (Inc VAT)
24 months (6+23) 10,000mpa 7.2p / mile £824.52 £137.42 (Inc VAT)
36 months (6+35) 8,000mpa 7.2p / mile £1,093.20 £182.20 (Inc VAT)
36 months (6+35) 10,000mpa 7.2p / mile £1,157.28 £192.88 (Inc VAT)


Edited By: codge on Mar 08, 2016 20:55
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_scott_
is this for a new registration car? not keen on the estate though and it's not coming up as a saloon. any one help out please?
Ex taxi, sick on the rear bench, galactic miles with a free wooden beaded seat cover (driver side only).

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1 Like #1
good deal but DSG version better
2 Likes #2
That is bonkers cheap, DSG is £119.99 inc for 5k but worth finding out the ppm before paying for 8k.
I`d consider this if I wasn`t a year into a lease already.
#3
great deal! Insurance cost counts me out I'm afraid, otherwise I'd be all over this. heated.
#4
That's a very good deal, even when you up the mileage to 10k.
#5
is this for a new registration car? not keen on the estate though and it's not coming up as a saloon. any one help out please?
#6
This is a crazy price, gotta be an error. Unless VW have lost a big fleet deal on these and need to shift them.

Get in quick and cross your fingers.
8 Likes #7
_scott_
is this for a new registration car? not keen on the estate though and it's not coming up as a saloon. any one help out please?
Ex taxi, sick on the rear bench, galactic miles with a free wooden beaded seat cover (driver side only).
#8
oddballjamie
_scott_
is this for a new registration car? not keen on the estate though and it's not coming up as a saloon. any one help out please?
Ex taxi, sick on the rear bench, galactic miles with a free wooden beaded seat cover (driver side only).


​dont understand. is it a new car registration or not and is it only an estate?
#9
Top deal!
2 Likes #10
how much road tax? who pays?
#11
Extra miles tend to be 7.2p so worth just paying that instead of the extra £30 a month. Mega deal. I got the Tiguan at £107 a month about a year ago but would defo be into this one!!
2 Likes #14
Great deal, unlike alot of lease companys NVS deals are often genuine - like the VW Golf R deal i posted a couple of years ago
1 Like #15


​Nice car, I'd be happy to drive that for the money, unlike most recent lease deals. 190bhp, 18" alloys, nice colour, 4wd, DSG.
#16
actually not a nice colour, urano is the non metallic grey if I remember right, but still great value....
#17
That is a stonking deal.

Heat
#18
Cold, can buy a classic sports car for less than this, and keep it!
2 Likes #19
_scott_
oddballjamie
_scott_
is this for a new registration car? not keen on the estate though and it's not coming up as a saloon. any one help out please?
Ex taxi, sick on the rear bench, galactic miles with a free wooden beaded seat cover (driver side only).
​dont understand. is it a new car registration or not and is it only an estate?
It is an item worth thousands of pounds that demands research before purchasing. It isn't a portion of baby rice.

Alltracks are estate bodied vehicles and lease cars are new. You never own it but don't foot the depreciation either.

Edited By: Oneday77 on Mar 08, 2016 19:40
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DudleyGuy
Cold, can buy a classic sports car for less than this, and keep it!
Almost a record. Nearly 2 hours before Amon-believer pitches in and spouts steam from their blown radiator/head gasket.

If it's not for you, don't let the leaf Spring slap you on the way out.
#21
Oneday77
_scott_
oddballjamie
_scott_
is this for a new registration car? not keen on the estate though and it's not coming up as a saloon. any one help out please?
Ex taxi, sick on the rear bench, galactic miles with a free wooden beaded seat cover (driver side only).
​dont understand. is it a new car registration or not and is it only an estate?
It is an item worth thousands of pounds that demands research before purchasing. It isn't a portion of baby rice.

Alltracks are estate bodied vehicles and lease cars are new. You never own it but don't foot the depreciation either.


​very vague there, I hope someone else helps out better!!!!
#22
Ridiculous deal! Get in there quick!! Hot hot hot!!
1 Like #23
oddballjamie
This is a crazy price, gotta be an error. Unless VW have lost a big fleet deal on these and need to shift them.
Get in quick and cross your fingers.

Just received the same offer from another leasing broker, so unlikely to be an error.

Works out cheaper to pay the 7.2ppm excess mileage than to commit to a higher mileage from the outset.

Edited By: iambigred on Mar 08, 2016 19:48
#24
I really want this now!!
#25
crackin deal
#26
Best car deal since the golf r deals! Awesome.
#27
Amazingly hot
#28
Any comparables but with stock vehicles?
#29
The current engine model this car uses is ,I believe, is one which is subject to a recall. My friend who has the Passat is still waiting as he has been informed they are waiting for a remedy from VW.
#30
nivvy34
The current engine model this car uses is ,I believe, is one which is subject to a recall. My friend who has the Passat is still waiting as he has been informed they are waiting for a remedy from VW.
I doubt the new ones are affected.
#31
oddballjamie
nivvy34
The current engine model this car uses is ,I believe, is one which is subject to a recall. My friend who has the Passat is still waiting as he has been informed they are waiting for a remedy from VW.
I doubt the new ones are affected.
they are, but for 2.0 diesels its just a software update to sort it out, so probably already been done before goes bck in market
1 Like #32
_scott_
Oneday77
_scott_
oddballjamie
_scott_
is this for a new registration car? not keen on the estate though and it's not coming up as a saloon. any one help out please?
Ex taxi, sick on the rear bench, galactic miles with a free wooden beaded seat cover (driver side only).
​dont understand. is it a new car registration or not and is it only an estate?
It is an item worth thousands of pounds that demands research before purchasing. It isn't a portion of baby rice.
Alltracks are estate bodied vehicles and lease cars are new. You never own it but don't foot the depreciation either.
​very vague there, I hope someone else helps out better!!!!

You should really let someone else look after your finances if you can't work it out.
#33
I might be being stupid but what is the actual process for ordering?
Do I just need to get a quote or do I need to apply for the personal finance?

Thanks
#34
shkapars
oddballjamie
nivvy34
The current engine model this car uses is ,I believe, is one which is subject to a recall. My friend who has the Passat is still waiting as he has been informed they are waiting for a remedy from VW.
I doubt the new ones are affected.
they are, but for 2.0 diesels its just a software update to sort it out, so probably already been done before goes bck in market
Surely they would do this before you get the car on new ones?
I really can't see them selling them now after they've been caught.
#35
Amazing deal! Gutted I'm still 9 months away from the end of my lease.
#36
QSECOFR
I might be being stupid but what is the actual process for ordering?
Do I just need to get a quote or do I need to apply for the personal finance?
Thanks
If you're happy with the mileage and price then you don't need a quote.
#37
Is there a deal for auto tranmission?
#38
Anybody think VW will match the deal to save on the administration fee?
#39
Gutted that I still have 15 months left on my lease, would have gone for this :(
#40
nivvy34
The current engine model this car uses is ,I believe, is one which is subject to a recall. My friend who has the Passat is still waiting as he has been informed they are waiting for a remedy from VW.

Nope, this already uses SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) to control NOX emissions, so no recall needed but it will need AdBlue.

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