Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TDi 6sp Match - 2 yr lease, £1999.99 initial payment, 24 months @ £135.02 - 5000 miles p/a (or 10k option available) - total cost £5240.47 (less than depreciation!) @ National Vehicle Solutions
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Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TDi 6sp Match - 2 yr lease, £1999.99 initial payment, 24 months @ £135.02 - 5000 miles p/a (or 10k option available) - total cost £5240.47 (less than depreciation!) @ National Vehicle Solutions

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Found 22nd Jan 2015
Looks like a very good deal to me - Depreciation on this car over the term would be estimated at approximately £8,500 so you are making a massive saving leasing.

A couple of lease providers have similar deals but this looks like the cheapest at a real total cost per month of £218.35.

You can change the mileage to 10,000 which increases the monthly payment by to £164.61 (real total monthly cost of £247.94, total cost £5950.63) - still seems to be a cracking deal.

Clearly a bit of a fire sale on the Tiguan!

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5000 miles a year is very very low at only 13 miles per day...6.5 each way if just using to commute locally..

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Agreed - as I say, the deal can be changed to 10k if needed for not a lot extra really.

Didn't need one but bought it anyway.
Damn you hot uk deals!

£199.99 admin fee as well

rubbish the depreciation in this car over 2 years and 10k miles is never 16k!

Does this not just mean that the buy new price is unrealistic?

still a good deal mind

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audioslim

rubbish the depreciation in this car over 2 years and 10k miles is never … rubbish the depreciation in this car over 2 years and 10k miles is never 16k!



My apologies - I've just double checked and got that calculation completely wrong.

Depreciation estimate is actually £8500. Still a very good deal leasing but not as inexplicable as before Will change the deal details

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jouster

£199.99 admin fee as well



Included in the price above. Down payment is £1800 plus £199.99 admin - hence £1999.99.

MrShed

Included in the price above. Down payment is £1800 plus £199.99 admin - h … Included in the price above. Down payment is £1800 plus £199.99 admin - hence £1999.99.



Apols

Slightly cheaper here:

centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/veh…tml

£2000+VAT Initial
£150+VAT Doc Fee
23 Months @ 89.99 + VAT

Add that all together and divide by 24 gives £210.99 inc VAT per month.

With most of these special deals you are best to sign up to the low (5000) miles and simply pay the excess miles which is normally around 5-7ppm + VAT

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teeboy1

Slightly cheaper … Slightly cheaper here:http://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/62152/volkswagen/tiguan/20_tdi_bluemotion_tech_match_5dr_2wd.html£2000+VAT Initial£150+VAT Doc Fee23 Months @ 89.99 + VATAdd that all together and divide by 24 gives £210.99 inc VAT per month.With most of these special deals you are best to sign up to the low (5000) miles and simply pay the excess miles which is normally around 5-7ppm + VAT



I saw that deal, but was somewhat confused by it. The £2000 is listed in one location, then elsewhere they refer to the initial payment being £2069 + VAT. The price works out virtually identical on the latter payment..

MrShed

I saw that deal, but was somewhat confused by it. The £2000 is listed in … I saw that deal, but was somewhat confused by it. The £2000 is listed in one location, then elsewhere they refer to the initial payment being £2069 + VAT. The price works out virtually identical on the latter payment..



I am dealing with them on a different car at the moment and the price in the big blue writing is the correct price - it is a special deal - I had to clarify with them, as it wasn't very clear.

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Thanks - that does make that deal cheaper than definitely a great deal for anyone after a crossover car.

Good price, was thinking of buying a new car but may go down the leasing route as I have own business so can get the business rates which are even cheaper. Bought a MB B-Class in October 2013 for £10k so presume would only get £6/7k trade in so £3-4k it has depreciated in 15 months. Tiguan's good though? Look nice but MPG not that great? Saying that, my B-Class only gets 32MPG.

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wozwebs

Good price, was thinking of buying a new car but may go down the leasing … Good price, was thinking of buying a new car but may go down the leasing route as I have own business so can get the business rates which are even cheaper. Bought a MB B-Class in October 2013 for £10k so presume would only get £6/7k trade in so £3-4k it has depreciated in 15 months. Tiguan's good though? Look nice but MPG not that great? Saying that, my B-Class only gets 32MPG.



Tiguan review here:

whatcar.com/car…9-3

Yeah, my main gripe with my B-Class is the firm ride. Can feel every bump so looking for something more comfortable. What has put me off previously about leasing a car is in case of any damage, scratches etc. Had a courtesy car once while my old car was in repair and ended up saying I had scratched it and got charges £300. Will look into it more though.
Edited by: "wozwebs" 22nd Jan 2015

wozwebs

Good price, was thinking of buying a new car but may go down the leasing … Good price, was thinking of buying a new car but may go down the leasing route as I have own business so can get the business rates which are even cheaper. Bought a MB B-Class in October 2013 for £10k so presume would only get £6/7k trade in so £3-4k it has depreciated in 15 months. Tiguan's good though? Look nice but MPG not that great? Saying that, my B-Class only gets 32MPG.



I am in the same boat - previously I have always bought 2-3 year old cars, but my last car BMW520 has lost about £8k in 2.5 years (obviously this is buying retail and selling trade - so worst case). So some of these special offer lease deals look very appealing when you can get a brand new car with warranty for < £300 per month even if you add on loads of excess miles.

I especially like the 24 month deals, as I get a bit bored with cars after a couple of years.

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teeboy1

I am in the same boat - previously I have always bought 2-3 year old … I am in the same boat - previously I have always bought 2-3 year old cars, but my last car BMW520 has lost about £8k in 2.5 years (obviously this is buying retail and selling trade - so worst case). So some of these special offer lease deals look very appealing when you can get a brand new car with warranty for < £300 per month even if you add on loads of excess miles.I especially like the 24 month deals, as I get a bit bored with cars after a couple of years.



Same here - I only bought mine 13 months ago but already looking to trade in/up!!

This one probably isnt for me although to be honest at the price I'm considering it for a crossover for a couple of years before I get the 3/4/5 series I really fancy!

Rare to get good lease deals on 3's and 5's (there are a few around on 1's) - Audi's occasionally appear in the special offers. Was tempted by a deal on and Grand 4 series, but looked a bit weird :-)

I got put off this company when i started to message them online way back when the Golf R deal came up - the spelling was shocking, the details they gave over a few days was different each time and even though itw as available online they never had any available when you actually messaged them!

Good deal, but new Tiguan due late 2015 - early 2016.

BTW ours with the engine in the example has returned an average of 49mpg in mixed driving. The most economical car we've ever had.

Like all of the slab fronted SUV's it doesn't do that @ a steady 80 on the motorway.

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teeboy1

Rare to get good lease deals on 3's and 5's (there are a few around on … Rare to get good lease deals on 3's and 5's (there are a few around on 1's) - Audi's occasionally appear in the special offers. Was tempted by a deal on and Grand 4 series, but looked a bit weird :-)



What was the deal on the 4 out of interest?

Banned

It's too dear

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sofiasar

It's too dear



Really? Show us cheaper?

Drive the Nissan then drive the Tiguan, you'll take the Tiguan every time.

Having said that, they are made for completely different market segments.
Edited by: "pstuart" 22nd Jan 2015

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Hi all. I'm so confused. I'm in a lucky position to have around 20000 saved in my other car. I'm having my first kiddie shortly and I have a car that isn't suitable. We r toying with the fact of getting a pcp or just buying outright. Now I'm really confused because of this leasing option. What am I best doing. We need a bigger car and the Mrs like the idea of a kia/kuga/Tiguan size car. What's my best option not to lose loads of money. We ain't too bothered about keeping car for years and years but would do if that's the most cost effective. Please can I get some advice from some people as I really have hit a wall. I keep thinking the people in the cars sales only want me to do what's best for their Commision etc. cheers

Original Poster

Difficult to help as it really depends on the circumstances, and more importantly, the specific car and deal. There isn't a general hard and fast rule that says one is more cost effective than the other.

In this example, leasing definitely is cheaper than going and buying brand new. However, if you are happy to buy nearly new (or even out and out second hand) the figures are totally different. This may not apply to kuga etc.

My general view is that leasing works well for high value premium cars (with the right deal) and for those who like to change car regularly - or those without the funds to purchase or place deposit for pcp.

Cher Mrshed still bit clueless

We lease a relatively 'high' value car every 3 years, don't do a high mileage but what we use it for ruins the car (short journeys, towing a heavy caravan etc.). It suits us well but probably more expensive than buying nearly new.

One point to mention is that we wouldn't
buy one of the modern diesels - too much to go wrong.

Purchase a petrol, lease a diesel.

Could this be cheaper deal at 5000 pa?

freedomcontracts.com/Vol…458

You need to select the personal lease option to see the Inc vat prices.

Works out at around £213 per month taking into account the upfront, the monthly and the 199+vat admin fee. £5x24 = £120 cheaper which is the half the cost if the service it will need. Having said that, if the car is supplied with long life oil (indicated by Q16 in the front of the service book where you see all the various 3 character option codes printed) then this is good for up to 18000 miles or two years so in theory may not need a service during a two year lease. This ,means you have £120 in case you need to replace a damaged tyre as you should not need to replace them due to wear at 10,000 over two years.

Please correct me if the figures don't add up.

teeboy1

Slightly cheaper … Slightly cheaper here:http://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/62152/volkswagen/tiguan/20_tdi_bluemotion_tech_match_5dr_2wd.html£2000+VAT Initial£150+VAT Doc Fee23 Months @ 89.99 + VATAdd that all together and divide by 24 gives £210.99 inc VAT per month.With most of these special deals you are best to sign up to the low (5000) miles and simply pay the excess miles which is normally around 5-7ppm + VAT



Can't see cost per mile on that one. Not listed. Tempted though

wozwebs

Can't see cost per mile on that one. Not listed. Tempted though



On the car I am looking at it is 6ppm + VAT, which is a Golf, so I guess it will be the same for the Tiguan - just ping them an email - they are friendly and not pushy :-)

I have been looking at the centralukvehicleleasing offers on Tiguans and golfs. I tried to list one on here but I wasn't allowed for some reason. Their £119 deal on the GTD seems pretty good as does the £89 Tiguan. Shame you can't raise the monthly price to reduce the deposit, I'd be happier with £139 a month and £1200 knocked off the deposit.

Have personally gone and ordered the Tiguan from nationalvehiclesolutions. Added in a few optional extras and still cheaper than any loan or PCP or hire purchase on a Tiguan of the same spec. Very professional company (the person who dealt with me was fantastic). Car should arrive in March on a 15 plate. Been given all the VW tracking numbers etc so I can know what stage the build and delivery are at. Recommended in my books.

rich_1986

Have personally gone and ordered the Tiguan from … Have personally gone and ordered the Tiguan from nationalvehiclesolutions. Added in a few optional extras and still cheaper than any loan or PCP or hire purchase on a Tiguan of the same spec. Very professional company (the person who dealt with me was fantastic). Car should arrive in March on a 15 plate. Been given all the VW tracking numbers etc so I can know what stage the build and delivery are at. Recommended in my books.



Did you go for the 2wd one or the 4wd. I'm thinking about getting one myself.

Can't choose between the two and not sure whether the 4wd would have any extras included as standard

Why so cold ?

Anyone received theirs as yet?
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