VW Golf Cabriolet £1500 deposit contribution + 0% APR Finance on all models (From £189 per month)
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VW Golf Cabriolet £1500 deposit contribution + 0% APR Finance on all models (From £189 per month)

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Found 21st May 2012
If you're buying on finance this a great deal, and just as the weather is heating up. The new Golf Cabriolet is available with £1500 towards your deposit plus 0% finance on all versions (not sure if GTi is included but everything up to and including GT spec is).

Also 3 years servicing for £99 when buying on VW finance.

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Original Poster

Finance example:

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Original Poster

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Dunno why so cold. This seems like a reasonable deal. Decent marque, at an affordable price. Good if you have a newish car to trade in as the deposit. I think I'll vote hot on this.

I agree - not really in the market for a new car, but this seems like a very tempting deal.

Its a good deal... but its not a recent one

I bought a VW Golf with this deal in March

Banned

:p:p

Over 20 grand commitment just to lose 5 thou in a week ?

If you want a new Golf Cabriolet, this is the way to do it. Good deal.

spakkker

Over 20 grand commitment just to lose 5 thou in a week ?



this is very true, better to buy a pre reg.

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j8ulia

this is very true, better to buy a pre reg.



You won't get 0% finance on a pre reg, 0% will save you more than the saving on list price.

this is a great deal. bought this car on this deal about 6 weeks ago. Also not that hard to get dealer to knock another grand / grand and a half off the RRP.


Edited by: "Geoggy" 21st May 2012

Needless to say the finance quote is on the 1.2 S model - I had a mailer a few weeks ago on this and nearly got one for the wife. Then saw that £189 gets you the base model with the 3 cylinder engine A GT in metallic as pictured is approaching £26K

Heat thou, as the deal is still good for a drop-top with solid residuals and build quality.

I beleive the £1500 deposit contribution ends at the end of this month
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