VW Tiguan 2.0 TDi BMT 150 4Motion R-Line 5dr DSG - £233.74 x23 + £2103.62 deposit + £300.00 Processing fee = £7779.64 - HotUKDeals
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VW Tiguan 2.0 TDi BMT 150 4Motion R-Line 5dr DSG - £233.74 x23 + £2103.62 deposit + £300.00 Processing fee = £7,779.64

£7779.64 @ Yes Lease
Deposit - £2103.62 23 monthly payments - £233.74 Processing fee - £300.00 Total - £7779.63 Net cost per month - £324.15 So there are the usual draw backs here like only 5k miles and a £300 pr… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Deposit - £2103.62
23 monthly payments - £233.74
Processing fee - £300.00
Total - £7779.63

Net cost per month - £324.15

So there are the usual draw backs here like only 5k miles and a £300 processing fee etc but I though Id post this deal incase it works for someone out there. If I were ready for my next car now, Id be very tempted here.

Worth noting that VW charge 7.2p per mile over the allowance so 10k a year would cost £30 a month more when you come to hand it back that is.
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#3
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
#4
very nice car
1 Like #5
AJ92
very nice car

I agree - I had a look at the R-Line today at the local VW dealer and well worth getting over the other Tiguan model deals that have been listed on HotUKDeals as you get DSG, sunroof and heated seats as standard.

I've got a Golf R on lease and coming to the end of the contract in the next few months. I wouldn't buy another car again and convinced the OH to go down the lease route as the depreciation on the Tiguan would total more than the 2 year lease cost in the first year alone; if you'd bought it.

IMO, the only negative is that the only 'free' solid paint colour is white, but that depends if you like white cars! Always keep options to the things you can't live without as you pay for the full cost of any other colour/options over the term of the lease and they get a better car back at the end of the lease that you've paid for.

What was noteworthy was that my local VW dealer could nowhere near match the deal I highlighted in my earlier post.
#6
HertzVanRental
AJ92
very nice car
I agree - I had a look at the R-Line today at the local VW dealer and well worth getting over the other Tiguan model deals that have been listed on HotUKDeals as you get DSG, sunroof and heated seats as standard.

Is DSG really a benefit given the non-ownership issues it has?
#7
m5rcc
HertzVanRental
AJ92
very nice car
I agree - I had a look at the R-Line today at the local VW dealer and well worth getting over the other Tiguan model deals that have been listed on HotUKDeals as you get DSG, sunroof and heated seats as standard.

Is DSG really a benefit given the non-ownership issues it has?


The dsg, is an auto box. What do you mean?
#8
That is one ugly SUV, most reviews slate the engine, the ride and lack of space and are particularly drawn towards the on-going VW emissions recall scandal. :D
#9
#10
Sharpharp
That is one ugly SUV, most reviews slate the engine, the ride and lack of space and are particularly drawn towards the on-going VW emissions recall scandal. :D

I like it; it looks quite aggressive from a majority of angles and those rather large alloys do look the part - although will likely become royally f'ed from kerbing due to its relatively low profile.

Although, the rear of the vehicle does give me déjà vu.. I feel like I've seem them on another VW, but i just can't seem to pinpoint which one..
#11

You are spot on, however I have been trying to take Inchape Chester up on their offer for 7 days now and cannot get anyone to come back to me about it. Every time I call I get to leave another message with the desk girl and am promised a call back.

Either the deal doesn't exist, they aren't interested in PCH's on this model or their admin is rubbish.

It does make their deal a bit of a non-deal if you can't actually take them up on it.



Driving_range_sm
Worth noting that VW charge 7.2p per mile over the allowance so 10k a year would cost £30 a month more when you come to hand it back that is.

But surely the deal isn't financed through VWFS and the pence per mile is set by the financer of this deal. I can't see p/mile quoted on the offer to know the answer.

Edited By: FOAD on Sep 03, 2016 20:36: I can't spell
#13
m5rcc
HertzVanRental
AJ92
very nice car
I agree - I had a look at the R-Line today at the local VW dealer and well worth getting over the other Tiguan model deals that have been listed on HotUKDeals as you get DSG, sunroof and heated seats as standard.
Is DSG really a benefit given the non-ownership issues it has?

I guess that depends if an auto/DSG option is important in your wish list - it is for my OH after an ankle injury makes an auto essential.

However, I would suggest that it is an advantage for 3 reasons. Firstly, from a cost perspective it is a £1600 option compared to the manual version that you are not paying the full cost for. Secondly, automatics are now far more efficient than they used to be and it gets 0.9 mpg better in urban, but is 1.6 mpg worse off in combined so it's similar(ish) to the manual; if you believe VW's figures!!! Finally, this model also has Adaptive Cruise Control that I also have on my Golf R. Because my Golf R is manual, I can't use it to the full extent as it comes out of the mode when at low speed due to the gearing ratios - with an auto it would stop/start when going down to zero speed so it could be left in that mode rather than having to manually change gear and is a massive benefit to use this in traffic jams.

If I got another Golf R then I would have a DSG gearbox rather than manual - like you get as standard in the Golf R estate.
#14
Sharpharp
That is one ugly SUV, most reviews slate the engine, the ride and lack of space and are particularly drawn towards the on-going VW emissions recall scandal. :D

Ugly? Oddly I think it is pretty much the best looking crossover out there at the minute, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder of course.

Lack of space? You are kidding?

I haven't seen any bad reviews of the car in any guise, with most reviewer's main negative being that it costs a lot more than some of its rivals. This is countered by looking at leasing and it is actually cheaper than most of them, and as this thread is about leasing....

If you can point me to an SUV/crossover for this sort of money on a PCH from a decent brand with the amount of kit this has that's better then I am all ears, as my Mrs is in the market for one to replace her 120d MSport which has suddenly become too small due to a family addition.

I have driven two cars from the same type that are similar in terms of space and size that I would consider, those being the GLC and the X3 and speccing either up to the level of this car would cost an extra £5k on top of the already massive price difference on lease or purchase that they have.

I drive a new 335d MSport touring with ACS springs, and I can see me wanting to use the Tiguan more for family stuff when we get one. For me it is a cracking vehicle and at c. £250 pcm for 8-10k miles, a bargain.


Edited By: FOAD on Sep 03, 2016 20:54
#15
planthead
The dsg, is an auto box. What do you mean?

Yes I know it's an "auto box", but it's always suffered from hesitation under acceleration and had the necessity to brake to move the lever from N to D.
#16
HertzVanRental
If I got another Golf R then I would have a DSG gearbox rather than manual - like you get as standard in the Golf R estate.

Get as standard? No - it's the only option.
#17
FOAD
Sharpharp
That is one ugly SUV, most reviews slate the engine, the ride and lack of space and are particularly drawn towards the on-going VW emissions recall scandal. :D
Ugly? Oddly I think it is pretty much the best looking crossover out there at the minute, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder of course.
Lack of space? You are kidding?
I haven't seen any bad reviews of the car in any guise, with most reviewer's main negative being that it costs a lot more than some of its rivals. This is countered by looking at leasing and it is actually cheaper than most of them, and as this thread is about leasing....
If you can point me to an SUV/crossover for this sort of money on a PCH from a decent brand with the amount of kit this has that's better then I am all ears, as my Mrs is in the market for one to replace her 120d MSport which has suddenly become too small due to a family addition.
I have driven two cars from the same type that are similar in terms of space and size that I would consider, those being the GLC and the X3 and speccing either up to the level of this car would cost an extra £5k on top of the already massive price difference on lease or purchase that they have.
I drive a new 335d MSport touring with ACS springs, and I can see me wanting to use the Tiguan more for family stuff when we get one. For me it is a cracking vehicle and at c. £250 pcm for 8-10k miles, a bargain.

BMW X3.... Nuff said, it whazzes all over this feeble VW effort in every area
#18
m5rcc
HertzVanRental
If I got another Golf R then I would have a DSG gearbox rather than manual - like you get as standard in the Golf R estate.
Get as standard? No - it's the only option.

In the estate, but not the hatchback.....
#19
Sharpharp
FOAD
Sharpharp
That is one ugly SUV, most reviews slate the engine, the ride and lack of space and are particularly drawn towards the on-going VW emissions recall scandal. :D
Ugly? Oddly I think it is pretty much the best looking crossover out there at the minute, but beauty is in the eye of the beholder of course.
Lack of space? You are kidding?
I haven't seen any bad reviews of the car in any guise, with most reviewer's main negative being that it costs a lot more than some of its rivals. This is countered by looking at leasing and it is actually cheaper than most of them, and as this thread is about leasing....
If you can point me to an SUV/crossover for this sort of money on a PCH from a decent brand with the amount of kit this has that's better then I am all ears, as my Mrs is in the market for one to replace her 120d MSport which has suddenly become too small due to a family addition.
I have driven two cars from the same type that are similar in terms of space and size that I would consider, those being the GLC and the X3 and speccing either up to the level of this car would cost an extra £5k on top of the already massive price difference on lease or purchase that they have.
I drive a new 335d MSport touring with ACS springs, and I can see me wanting to use the Tiguan more for family stuff when we get one. For me it is a cracking vehicle and at c. £250 pcm for 8-10k miles, a bargain.

BMW X3.... Nuff said, it whazzes all over this feeble VW effort in every area

That it does, correct. At about £10k more with the same spec, or £100 more on a PCH minimum without any decent spec.


Edited By: FOAD on Sep 04, 2016 00:48: Missed a bit
#20
Sat nav?
1 Like #21
tom6195
Sat nav?

Yes, and virtual cockpit, Apple Carplay etc.
1 Like #22
HertzVanRental
m5rcc
HertzVanRental
If I got another Golf R then I would have a DSG gearbox rather than manual - like you get as standard in the Golf R estate.
Get as standard? No - it's the only option.
In the estate, but not the hatchback.....

Erm, yes I know. That was my point...
#23
m5rcc
planthead
The dsg, is an auto box. What do you mean?

Yes I know it's an "auto box", but it's always suffered from hesitation under acceleration and had the necessity to brake to move the lever from N to D.


Never had an issue on the audi Q3. Took the Tiguan out for a short spin, not so long ago. And thought it was fab in the r line spec. Not such value in basic trim.
#24
bestbuy123
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
#25
bestbuy123
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
Can you please share with us where? Can't find any deals on HUKD. I'd definitely be interested.
#26
kpj35
bestbuy123
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
Can you please share with us where? Can't find any deals on HUKD. I'd definitely be interested.


https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-contract-hire-and-leasing/volkswagen/golf/

Third one down for starters - loads on there.
#27
This is a good deal .. Had I not purchased a 63 plate Tiguan R Line DSG 7 speed 177ps earlier this year I would've gone for this.
#28
planthead
m5rcc
planthead
The dsg, is an auto box. What do you mean?
Yes I know it's an "auto box", but it's always suffered from hesitation under acceleration and had the necessity to brake to move the lever from N to D.

Never had an issue on the audi Q3. Took the Tiguan out for a short spin, not so long ago. And thought it was fab in the r line spec. Not such value in basic trim.

Likewise. I find the DSG in the Tig silky smooth comapred the TCT in my Giulietta.
#29
FOAD
kpj35
bestbuy123
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
Can you please share with us where? Can't find any deals on HUKD. I'd definitely be interested.
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-contract-hire-and-leasing/volkswagen/golf/
Third one down for starters - loads on there.

...3rd one down wasn't a Golf R. Cheapest I could find was £7945.56 which I agree is a good deal, but not cheaper than this post as you stated.

If you've found some great deals, why don't you post it?
#30
kpj35
FOAD
kpj35
bestbuy123
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
Can you please share with us where? Can't find any deals on HUKD. I'd definitely be interested.
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-contract-hire-and-leasing/volkswagen/golf/
Third one down for starters - loads on there.

...3rd one down wasn't a Golf R. Cheapest I could find was £7945.56 which I agree is a good deal, but not cheaper than this post as you stated.

If you've found some great deals, why don't you post it?


Was when I was on that link, didn't twig that it changes each time.

And not interested in Golf R's mate, was just andwering the question.

Could be here all day posting great leases. **** knows why someone even mentioned a Golf R on a Tiguan thread anyway, different sort of vehicle and kinda pointless :)
#31
FOAD
kpj35
bestbuy123
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
Can you please share with us where? Can't find any deals on HUKD. I'd definitely be interested.
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-contract-hire-and-leasing/volkswagen/golf/
Third one down for starters - loads on there.

...3rd one down wasn't a Golf R. Cheapest I could find was £7945.56 which I agree is a good deal, but not cheaper than this post as you stated.

If you've found some great deals, why don't you post it?
#32
kpj35
FOAD
kpj35
bestbuy123
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
Can you please share with us where? Can't find any deals on HUKD. I'd definitely be interested.
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-contract-hire-and-leasing/volkswagen/golf/
Third one down for starters - loads on there.

...3rd one down wasn't a Golf R. Cheapest I could find was £7945.56 which I agree is a good deal, but not cheaper than this post as you stated.

If you've found some great deals, why don't you post it?


I have replied to this once already!
#33
FOAD
kpj35
FOAD
kpj35
bestbuy123
You can get the top of the range golf r for this price
Can you please share with us where? Can't find any deals on HUKD. I'd definitely be interested.
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-contract-hire-and-leasing/volkswagen/golf/
Third one down for starters - loads on there.
...3rd one down wasn't a Golf R. Cheapest I could find was £7945.56 which I agree is a good deal, but not cheaper than this post as you stated.
If you've found some great deals, why don't you post it?
I have replied to this once already!
#34
Sorry mate, I know you did & ain't got a clue how my post was reposted again??? Any ideas HUKD???
#35
Does the R-line not have keyless go or cruise control?

Seems strange, I thought it was supposed to be the top spec?
#36
Has active cruise. Keyless is extra on all models IIRC.

It is pretty well spec'd compared to an Audi/BMW/Merc of similar class. Not looked at anything else.
#37
Foad. I am having similar problems to yourself but with VW Synter Leeds.

Missus went down to see the salesman. Got a quote. But for some reason won't return calls or emails.

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