Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TDi BMT 150 SE Nav 5dr lease deal from National Vehicle Solutions - £285.96 pm plus admin fee £239.99 - £7103.03
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Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TDi BMT 150 SE Nav 5dr lease deal from National Vehicle Solutions - £285.96 pm plus admin fee £239.99 - £7103.03

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Found 25th AprEdited by:"BigD21"
This is a 1+23 profile so no upfront payment. £285.96 x 24 + £239.99 fee = £7,103.03 total. 10k miles.

I like to drive a new car every 2 years so this suits me. No upfront payment is a bonus. This will need one oil service and shouldn't need tyres under normal wear and tear. My current lease car goes back in Oct so 16 week lead time isn't an issue.

OTR price is £28,910. Given a 17 plate is going for c£20k, depreciation is likely to be more than the rental cost.

I don't want to buy a car 12 months old and keep for 10 years. But that's just me. I'm sure there will be the usual counter argument for buying but I'm on about my 6th lease now and personally I would never want to own a car.
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Fancy the bi turbo r line. 600 quid a month
My wife has this very car but in white (everything except the solid grey costs more). She got it on a 24 month lease for £2400 down and £120 per month direct from the fleet dept of Preston VW. No admin fee, so £5,160. (Admittedly that was October 16 but I’ll wager this deal price can be beaten.)

I have leased a Golf R from NVS before and they were excellent. I’m not sure this is hot though.
Edited by: "lhurren" 25th Apr
Probably a good alternative option to buying a new one and replacing after 2 years. I do wonder though, with demand for diesels apparently in the doldrums, if you went into a dealer how much of a discount you could get on that £28,910 price?
lhurren2 m ago

Admittedly that was October 16 but I’ll wager this deal price can be b …Admittedly that was October 16 but I’ll wager this deal price can be beaten.


One assumes this is the mkI Tiguan?
M_z2 m ago

Probably a good alternative option to buying a new one and replacing after …Probably a good alternative option to buying a new one and replacing after 2 years. I do wonder though, with demand for diesels apparently in the doldrums, if you went into a dealer how much of a discount you could get on that £28,910 price?


£23.5k or 18% off list
m5rcc14 m ago

One assumes this is the mkI Tiguan?

I would say Mk 2 as thats what they are making at the moment - I got one delivered a few weeks cheaper than this but those deals have gone
Stan12 m ago

I would say Mk 2 as thats what they are making at the moment


I only asked as the crossover was late in that year.


Stan12 m ago

I got one delivered a few weeks cheaper than this but those deals have gone


Naturally they have gone. Last year. there was a surplus of new diesels so the fleets were getting them cheaper in the first place and residuals were not the worry they would have otherwise had been. But now, manufacturers have not been building as many (for public perception on emission maintenance, Dieselgate and the fact that they are more expensive to make than petrols), so diesels won't be as heavily discounted, yet residuals will still be poor and for that reason leasing prices will have to rise. Hence this deal that you got eighteen months ago is now some 40% dearer.
Here for the "my £500 banger has never let me down" comments.
I ordered this exact car recently to replace my Yeti - it's currently "In transit" so will arrive in about 4 weeks .

I added the optional Winter pack and I'm paying £286 pm on a 1+23 from Inchcape Volkswagen (can't remember if there was an admin fee or not but I don't think so) so it was cheaper than this deal - might be worth hitting them up for a quote if you're seriously considering this.

If memory serves the Winter pack added £17 pm so I could have had it for £269 pm (£6504) without.

edit: Oh, and they told me 16 week lead time as well but it's actually going to end up being about half of that!
Edited by: "me_lee" 25th Apr
m5rcc1 h, 19 m ago

One assumes this is the mkI Tiguan?


Nope...
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I have had a 1.4TSI 150 DSG 4 Motion for nearly four weeks.
Equivelent of £258 per month on a 2 year 8kpa lease direct from a VW dealer.
I see similar deals are out there
Absolutely love it.

I added the Service/Maintainence/Tyres package for £13pm as the tyre wear on my previous VW was high and the tyres are expensive.

I have put photos of the correct model on the deal thread here
lhurren7 m ago

Nope...


Might be an idea to mask those number plates...
Excuse my ignorance but after 2 years if I wanted to keep the car for instance what would that cost?(roughly)
m5rcc12 m ago

Might be an idea to mask those number plates...


Cheers but they’re registered to the lease companies’ addresses, not mine
burntoast5 m ago

Excuse my ignorance but after 2 years if I wanted to keep the car for …Excuse my ignorance but after 2 years if I wanted to keep the car for instance what would that cost?(roughly)


You can't with a lease. To extend the lease is a re quote so who knows.bear in mind leasing it, no one has paid VAT on it. So it's a vat applicable used. So not a great deal anyway
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 25th Apr
burntoast6 m ago

Excuse my ignorance but after 2 years if I wanted to keep the car for …Excuse my ignorance but after 2 years if I wanted to keep the car for instance what would that cost?(roughly)


This is a PCH not a PCP. There is no balloon payment to buy it outright (although some lease firms may offer you the opportunity to do so). Given they PCP works on list with a contribution, I would have thought given the residual value of this car is £17.4k, that the balloon would be less than that. Maybe @ezzer72 could advise?
Im seriously considering getting a leased car. However I'm new to the whole concept so excuse my ignorance. Is there like a compare the market type website that you can compare majority of deals to find the cheapest?
trickytree198417 m ago

You can't with a lease. To extend the lease is a re quote so who …You can't with a lease. To extend the lease is a re quote so who knows.bear in mind leasing it, no one has paid VAT on it. So it's a vat applicable used. So not a great deal anyway


Vwfs will let you get a price to buy the car 3 months before the return date It’s difficult to predict the figure 2 years in the future. My a4 that I had before the Tiguan was under 14k with 45k miles on it not bad for a 28k car. I might have bought it if I had not already ordered the Tiguan. People often say you can’t buy a lease car. Vwfs (via bca) offer the car for sale to
You or a family member
Adam_9012 m ago

Im seriously considering getting a leased car. However I'm new to the …Im seriously considering getting a leased car. However I'm new to the whole concept so excuse my ignorance. Is there like a compare the market type website that you can compare majority of deals to find the cheapest?


|Yep - Try contracthireandleasing.com Very good
burntoast35 m ago

Excuse my ignorance but after 2 years if I wanted to keep the car for …Excuse my ignorance but after 2 years if I wanted to keep the car for instance what would that cost?(roughly)


I got a letter from vw finance asking if I wanted to buy my skoda yeti. So I'm assuming they will do the same with all their lease vehicles. No idea what they are offering it at, as I didn't call them. Might do it just out of curiosity.
Deedie9 m ago

I got a letter from vw finance asking if I wanted to buy my skoda yeti. So …I got a letter from vw finance asking if I wanted to buy my skoda yeti. So I'm assuming they will do the same with all their lease vehicles. No idea what they are offering it at, as I didn't call them. Might do it just out of curiosity.



I had the same letter from VWFS for the previous Passat Alltrack, the day after BCA collected it
CrazyBob10 m ago

I had the same letter from VWFS for the previous Passat Alltrack, the day …I had the same letter from VWFS for the previous Passat Alltrack, the day after BCA collected it


My yeti is due to go back in June and I don't have a replacement for it yet. Almost went for the Tiguan deal you have but I wanted away from that 1.4 engine that is in it. Same one in my yeti, it's pretty thirsty. I was hoping for a good deal on the new 1.5 in Skoda karoq, but no decent deals around for it unfortunately.
Deedie6 m ago

My yeti is due to go back in June and I don't have a replacement for it …My yeti is due to go back in June and I don't have a replacement for it yet. Almost went for the Tiguan deal you have but I wanted away from that 1.4 engine that is in it. Same one in my yeti, it's pretty thirsty. I was hoping for a good deal on the new 1.5 in Skoda karoq, but no decent deals around for it unfortunately.


Arona?
m5rcc1 h, 3 m ago

This is a PCH not a PCP. There is no balloon payment to buy it outright …This is a PCH not a PCP. There is no balloon payment to buy it outright (although some lease firms may offer you the opportunity to do so). Given they PCP works on list with a contribution, I would have thought given the residual value of this car is £17.4k, that the balloon would be less than that. Maybe @ezzer72 could advise?


To be honest I only have limited experience of people trying to buy their PCH vehicle at the end of the term, but the few I have spoken with have been quoted relatively high prices - I would think as a rule it's not a good idea to buy one this way.
me_lee8 m ago

Arona?


The Arona is a tiny thing, I don't think it compares to this or a Karoq.
me_lee10 m ago

Arona?


I had a look at one. But it appears much smaller than the karoq/Tiguan. Ateca is the same size as these. Again, no great deals on it just now.
ezzer725 m ago

To be honest I only have limited experience of people trying to buy their …To be honest I only have limited experience of people trying to buy their PCH vehicle at the end of the term, but the few I have spoken with have been quoted relatively high prices - I would think as a rule it's not a good idea to buy one this way.


Naturally. I personally wouldn't pay the balloon on a PCP, but then again, I wouldn't have a PCP in the first place.
lhurren52 m ago

|Yep - Try contracthireandleasing.com Very good


I'm staggered you managed to get that url up...
Deedie22 m ago

I wanted away from that 1.4 engine that is in it. Same one in my yeti, …I wanted away from that 1.4 engine that is in it. Same one in my yeti, it's pretty thirsty.


You should be getting at least 36mpg on the 2wd 1.4 TSI Yeti....
m5rcc8 m ago

Naturally. I personally wouldn't pay the balloon on a PCP, but then again, …Naturally. I personally wouldn't pay the balloon on a PCP, but then again, I wouldn't have a PCP in the first place.


It depends on the brand and how they set their PCPs to be fair mate. Some (including 'mine') set them low, so at the end of the term you can buy a £14,000 car for £10,000, for example (those example figures don't apply to every model, but that scenario does arise quite often).

Other brands set the GFV ridiculously high to artificially reduce the monthly payments, but leave you with nothing - except a wear, tear and excess mileage bill - at the end of the term.
ezzer7225th Apr

It depends on the brand and how they set their PCPs to be fair mate. Some …It depends on the brand and how they set their PCPs to be fair mate. Some (including 'mine') set them low, so at the end of the term you can buy a £14,000 car for £10,000, for example (those example figures don't apply to every model, but that scenario does arise quite often).Other brands set the GFV ridiculously high to artificially reduce the monthly payments, but leave you with nothing - except a wear, tear and excess mileage bill - at the end of the term.


Not mentioning names, do you mean Kia/Hyundai vs Audi/BMW/MB?
m5rcc21 m ago

Not mentioning names, do you mean Kia/Hyundai vs Audi/BMW/MB?


Haha, those examples work

To be fair though, even Peugeot/Citroen screw up GFVs, it's not just the Germans.
m5rcc25th Apr

You should be getting at least 36mpg on the 2wd 1.4 TSI Yeti....


I don't think there is a 2wd 1.4tsi 150ps. It was only available in the laurin and klement 4x4 when I got mine.
Deedie4 m ago

I don't think there is a 2wd 1.4tsi 150ps. It was only available in the …I don't think there is a 2wd 1.4tsi 150ps. It was only available in the laurin and klement 4x4 when I got mine.


If it's the 150ps version then you ought to be touching 40mpg, no?
m5rcc3 m ago

If it's the 150ps version then you ought to be touching 40mpg, no?


We have had this conversation before about this engine. You post links to honest John, I post links to owners forums where everybody tells you the mileage is terrible, but you stick with honest John as gospel. I can't be bothered having that conversation again tbh.
Edited by: "Deedie" 25th Apr
Deedie3 m ago

We have had this conversation before about this engine. You post links to …We have had this conversation before about this engine. You post links to honest John, I post links to owners forums where everybody tells you the mileage is terrible, but you stick with honest John as gospel. I can't be bothered having that conversation again tbh.


I wrote ought to be. You're not one of these people that likes to extrapolate an uncommon issue to be a widespread one, are you?
Deedie3 m ago

We have had this conversation before about this engine. You post links to …We have had this conversation before about this engine. You post links to honest John, I post links to owners forums where everybody tells you the mileage is terrible, but you stick with honest John as gospel. I can't be bothered having that conversation again tbh.


Honest John's figures are submitted by owners/drivers, so should be pretty realistic.
m5rcc1 m ago

I wrote ought to be. You're not one of these people that likes to …I wrote ought to be. You're not one of these people that likes to extrapolate an uncommon issue to be a widespread one, are you?


Like I said. We have had this conversation before. So let's just leave it there.
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