Volkswagen Golf 1.6 TDI Match 110 BHP 24 month Personal Lease for £89.19PM, Initial £1800, total £4091.37 at National Vehicle Solutions
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Volkswagen Golf 1.6 TDI Match 110 BHP 24 month Personal Lease for £89.19PM, Initial £1800, total £4091.37 at National Vehicle Solutions

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Found 28th Oct 2015
£500 cheaper than the freedom contracts posted a month ago, star deal from NVS, seems cheap enough.

Based on 5000 mpa, and in Solid Urano Grey. Initial payment of £1800 incl VAT and admin fee of 239.99 incl VAT.

Yes its a VW, yes the emission scandal was awful, yes its a lease deal.

Dealt with them before, seem like a good company.






The Golf 1.6 TDi is not affected by the current scandal




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works our roughly £165 a month for 5000 miles ...
desdan

works our roughly £165 a month for 5000 miles ...


is that good ?
same deposit and £113.79 a month for 10k miles
Great value for a £19k car. Not a Golf fan myself, but good if that's what you're after.
Is this really a 19k car?
http://i.imgur.com/lhpUDCY.jpg
Personally, I wouldn't pay the extra to lease a German car over any other. Yes, German cars are generally better, but you aren't going to benefit from the residual value and you have the warranty to cover any faults. I'd go for a focus or Astra over something like this. Just my opinion and not voting either way!
Original Poster
This works out cheaper than many other cars of this size, regardless of marque. A similar spec ford focus deal is around £5400 for the 2 year term;

nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/For…682

As commented above steer clear of all Diesel VW at the moment and be careful of the petrols secondhand prices are well below GMFV at the moment and will stay that way for a while. Where this company will be in 2 or 3 yrs no one knows but be aware you take a risk in the immediate future buying VW. The law suits are going to cost them a fortune and they may have to buy back into the market later by reducing prices or enhancing customer deals which hurt a buyer or owner now then.
A VW? A diesel? I'll stick with Renaults, German cars are well past their sell by dates now and are no longer anything special or more reliable.
oddballjamie

Great value for a £19k car. Not a Golf fan myself, but good if that's … Great value for a £19k car. Not a Golf fan myself, but good if that's what you're after.



Thought the same before driving one. Test drive the latest versions and see if you change your mind...
Does anyone know if you can part ex as a deposit?
74zep

As commented above steer clear of all Diesel VW at the moment and be … As commented above steer clear of all Diesel VW at the moment and be careful of the petrols secondhand prices are well below GMFV at the moment and will stay that way for a while. Where this company will be in 2 or 3 yrs no one knows but be aware you take a risk in the immediate future buying VW. The law suits are going to cost them a fortune and they may have to buy back into the market later by reducing prices or enhancing customer deals which hurt a buyer or owner now then.



​nah! In a few months something else will happen and we'll all forget about this.
johnnyboyuk

Thought the same before driving one. Test drive the latest versions and … Thought the same before driving one. Test drive the latest versions and see if you change your mind...



Could be the best driving car in the world, still wouldn't have one. Don't like the image.
Allosunshine

Does anyone know if you can part ex as a deposit?



Would also like to know this
krizw

Is this really a 19k car?



That's through a broker too, list is around £22k.
krishman

This works out cheaper than many other cars of this size, regardless of … This works out cheaper than many other cars of this size, regardless of marque. A similar spec ford focus deal is around £5400 for the 2 year term;http://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Ford-FOCUS-HATCHBACK-1.6-TDCi-115-Zetec-S-Navigation-5dr-Personal-Lease/41682



Fair enough - I have seen cheaper alternatives in the same class but maybe they were just offers
Otto.uk

​nah! In a few months something else will happen and we'll all forget a … ​nah! In a few months something else will happen and we'll all forget about this.



Exactly.... Same as with Toyota a few years ago
oddballjamie

Could be the best driving car in the world, still wouldn't have one. … Could be the best driving car in the world, still wouldn't have one. Don't like the image.



Each to their own. I felt that the interiors were significantly improved on previous versions and the onboard computer/screen was great. Combined with decent driving (2 litre TDI) gave a solid all round offering. Depends what you compare with I suppose.
The radar cruise control on the Golf is good, makes for a relaxing drive.
Cyrus

is that good ?



​Good? That's bloody fantastic for 5000 miles a month. :-)
Only diesels that are affected are the 2.0 TDI engines from 2009-2015
VAG has set aside around £8 Billion for compensation and remedial solutions.
You'll be fine with this.
A 1.6 Tdi with only 110bhp seems a bit underpowered to me, especially for a golf?! I'm sure it's pretty good on the fuel economy and such though, a good deal if that's the sort of car you're after.
74zep

As commented above steer clear of all Diesel VW at the moment and be … As commented above steer clear of all Diesel VW at the moment and be careful of the petrols secondhand prices are well below GMFV at the moment and will stay that way for a while. Where this company will be in 2 or 3 yrs no one knows but be aware you take a risk in the immediate future buying VW. The law suits are going to cost them a fortune and they may have to buy back into the market later by reducing prices or enhancing customer deals which hurt a buyer or owner now then.



​you're NOT buying it
Cracking deal
Banned
My local chimney sweep now offers to clean these.
badumtish

A 1.6 Tdi with only 110bhp seems a bit underpowered to me, especially for … A 1.6 Tdi with only 110bhp seems a bit underpowered to me, especially for a golf?! I'm sure it's pretty good on the fuel economy and such though, a good deal if that's the sort of car you're after.


If you want a rally car yeah it will be slow. Otherwise it's fine.
I've gone from a 1.8tdci Focus to a 16.tdci. Power is down but torque was up. So engine size is no longer the be all and end all.
Lots of opinion around VW diesels,
Does anyone actually know what VW have done ? Is it a simple EGR defeat,some creative DPF management, are they fiddling the emissions or just trying to maintain their reputation for reliability by bypassing some notoriously problematic exhaust components.?
VW must be desperate. They are doing a VW Tiguan 2.0 TDi EDTN 2WD BMT - Cruise Control-Keyless Entry-Navigation-18"Alloys for the same price!
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howard9

VW must be desperate. They are doing a VW Tiguan 2.0 TDi EDTN 2WD BMT - … VW must be desperate. They are doing a VW Tiguan 2.0 TDi EDTN 2WD BMT - Cruise Control-Keyless Entry-Navigation-18"Alloys for the same price!



Where/who?
johnnyboyuk

Thought the same before driving one. Test drive the latest versions and … Thought the same before driving one. Test drive the latest versions and see if you change your mind...



​i tested 2l diesel with dsg. hi spec one. I prefer my Kia Ceed and Ford Focus i was driving. Even Civic was better in my opinion. numb steering for me. kia and for are more direct.
krishman

Where/who?



got an email in this morning. Suspect all lease companies will be doing the same deal though.

Hi,
Volkswagen have released these only this week (WC 26th Oct 2015) ! See list below.

We are currently accessing vehicles with monthly prices way below the traditional 'main dealer' market place. The reason this week is despite VW producing some of the best made vehicles out there, the recent press storm has forced them to release offers like those below to us, and us able to offer them to you. Manufacturers release them in small numbers to companies like ours to ease production pressure at their end without disrupting the main dealerships and their traditional european vehicle sales structure. To have our packages explained more clearly or reserve a vehicle please call (T. 01903 331966). or reply to this email and we will respond immediately.
Also If the vehicle you are looking for is not in this list, let us know and we can send you an alert immediately when something that matches your requirements comes up or simply reply to this email with your exact requirements or call us on 01903 331966 and we will take the details over the phone.

MAKE
& MODEL ANNUAL
MILEAGE DEPOSIT NUMBER
OF MONTHS BUSINESS PRIVATE MONTHLY
COST

VW Tiguan 2.0 TDi EDTN 2WD BMT - Cruise Control-Keyless Entry-Navigation-18"Alloys 5,000 £2500 23 YES YES £79.99

VW Golf 5dr 1.6TDi 110 Match 5,000 £2500 23 YES YES £79.99

Nissan Juke 1.6 Visia 6,000 £2000 23 YES YES £79.99

Mercedes E220 SE Auto Saloon 4dr Includes Navigation and Leather 10,000 £3000 23 YES YES (POA) £169.99

Mercedes SLK 250D Cabriolet SE Automatic 10,000 £3000 23 YES YES £199.99

Audi A6 2.0 TDI SE Saloon Including Navigation and Leather 5,000 £3000 23 YES YES £169.99

Mercedes A180 D SE 10,000 £2500 23 YES YES £179.99





We offer competitive part exchanges and all makes and models will be considered.
Email us by replying to this email or call us direct on T. 01903 331966.


spinks

Only diesels that are affected are the 2.0 TDI engines from 2009-2015VAG … Only diesels that are affected are the 2.0 TDI engines from 2009-2015VAG has set aside around £8 Billion for compensation and remedial solutions. You'll be fine with this.


Not true I'm afraid. Our 1.6 TDI Touran is affected. It's leased though, so makes no difference to me.
Oneday77

If you want a rally car yeah it will be slow. Otherwise it's fine. I've … If you want a rally car yeah it will be slow. Otherwise it's fine. I've gone from a 1.8tdci Focus to a 16.tdci. Power is down but torque was up. So engine size is no longer the be all and end all.



Agreed. The engine size is only relevant to its maximum power - not its designated power.
Remember F1 cars now run a 1.6 engine....!
spinks

Only diesels that are affected are the 2.0 TDI engines from 2009-2015VAG … Only diesels that are affected are the 2.0 TDI engines from 2009-2015VAG has set aside around £8 Billion for compensation and remedial solutions. You'll be fine with this.


Not true VW are looking at further engines, expect more news. Ask a dealer from any mark except VW what a trade in would be on a 2011 Passat 2.0 tdci and he will offer you a price well below Cap for two reasons they do not know what the car is worth due to VW not saying what needs doing and when and what effect it will have on performance.
Second they can sell cars very easy at the moment so why take the risk of doing a px on a VW diesel.
VW make good cars but stay away for a few years to see how this story develops or it could cost you dearly. Afterall this site is about Hot deals not getting burnt deals.
luridtricycle

A VW? A diesel? I'll stick with Renaults, German cars are well past their … A VW? A diesel? I'll stick with Renaults, German cars are well past their sell by dates now and are no longer anything special or more reliable.



Renault?? I used to work for a company that sold Nissan & Renault and can honestly say I've never known cars to have so many problems especially with the electrics. French garbage! All steer well clear of Renault cars!!!
What about prices on petrol models, I bought a 2011 Passat 1.8TSi in February, prices down or are petrol vehicles not affected.
kingchris

The radar cruise control on the Golf is good, makes for a relaxing drive.


I had a new golf for a week as a loaner, that radar nearly put me through the windscreen several times. If a car ahead of me is turning off, I slow down early and time it well that they clear the road just as I pass thus not needing to brake or accelerate hard again (wasting fuel and brake wear). With about 2-3 car lengths to go, the radar picks up the slow moving car and does an emergency stop for a brief second before it realises the car is not actually in front of me and has turned off the road. happened to me 3 times in that one week. o_O
kingchris

The radar cruise control on the Golf is good, makes for a relaxing drive.



Wonder if they have tweaked that as well, to warn you when a emissions inspector is nearby....
74zep

Not true VW are looking at further engines, expect more news. Ask a … Not true VW are looking at further engines, expect more news. Ask a dealer from any mark except VW what a trade in would be on a 2011 Passat 2.0 tdci and he will offer you a price well below Cap for two reasons they do not know what the car is worth due to VW not saying what needs doing and when and what effect it will have on performance.Second they can sell cars very easy at the moment so why take the risk of doing a px on a VW diesel.VW make good cars but stay away for a few years to see how this story develops or it could cost you dearly. Afterall this site is about Hot deals not getting burnt deals.



I think most VW owners will not bother with the fix; ok apart from green party members and Guardian readers.... :p. If however VW force the 'fix' i.e. de-tuning, to be installed e.g. at service time then there are going to be some even more p***** off VW owners....
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