VW Tiguan 2 year lease 8,000 miles a year - £216pm £648 deposit - no additional fees £5616 @ whatcar
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VW Tiguan 2 year lease 8,000 miles a year - £216pm £648 deposit - no additional fees £5616 @ whatcar

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Found 15th Dec 2015
Been looking at these for a while. It is the standard 2wd model, but great price for what you are getting (ignoring emissions scandal).

Depreciation calculator for the model shows £8,815 reduction in value for this car over 2 years.

Total cost £5,616 with no fees included from the dealership.

Free UK delivery.

"Volkswagen Tiguan Match Edition 2WD Manual in Urano Grey 2.0TDI 150ps Offer while stocks last - Available for fast delivery Please ask for other colour options. **No Fees attached Deal with a Reputable Franchised Dealership "
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Decent deal, largely because Mk2 is around the corner. 0.06p per additional mile makes 12K mileage an extra £240 per annum.

The emissions thing doesnt apply of course, but beleagured VW dealers might be less than attentive to a warranty claim should one occurr (and VW has long since lost it's 'reliable' brand cachet to the Japanese)
Sulphur Man

Decent deal, largely because Mk2 is around the corner. 0.06p per … Decent deal, largely because Mk2 is around the corner. 0.06p per additional mile makes 12K mileage an extra £240 per annum. The emissions thing doesnt apply of course, but beleagured VW dealers might be less than attentive to a warranty claim should one occurr (and VW has long since lost it's 'reliable' brand cachet to the Japanese)


Agree with you absolutely on reliability. VW is at best average. But VW might well try to repair the brand damage by being more attentive to warranty claims.

The Skoda equivalent (Yeti) is much better priced, using essentially the same VW components, though - and a lot more fun!
Sulphur Man

Decent deal, largely because Mk2 is around the corner. 0.06p per … Decent deal, largely because Mk2 is around the corner. 0.06p per additional mile makes 12K mileage an extra £240 per annum.



To avoid confusion, it's £0.06 per mile, not 0.06p and is plus VAT, so 7.2p per mile for consumers.
I lease this car, alot cheaper than this mind you, and it is fantastic. Very well specced, and the current MK2 has had a features upgrade, so you get the new Discover navigation headunit (which is amazing) and keyless entry/drive and cruise control... All as standard (originally around £1500 to add as extras). The 150 diesel will do you proud, the economy is great, even driving heavy footed it returns the worst figures of 45mpg, while conservative driving I'm achieving 63mpg. And as previously mentioned, the depreciation or 'scandal' emission test is not your problem because its a lease. Hot for me.
rich_1986

I lease this car, alot cheaper than this mind you, and it is fantastic. … I lease this car, alot cheaper than this mind you, and it is fantastic. Very well specced, and the current MK2 has had a features upgrade, so you get the new Discover navigation headunit (which is amazing) and keyless entry/drive and cruise control... All as standard (originally around £1500 to add as extras). The 150 diesel will do you proud, the economy is great, even driving heavy footed it returns the worst figures of 45mpg, while conservative driving I'm achieving 63mpg. And as previously mentioned, the depreciation or 'scandal' emission test is not your problem because its a lease. Hot for me.

Where did you get your lease from cheaper please?
This is a decent deal and im very tempted as i need something more practical and fuel economic than my TTS. Im just unsure what these are like interior wise and if the boot is actually a decent size if anyone can feedback? Im looking to use it as a bit of a work horse. 5k for 2 years seems a decent deal to me.
My handbrake failed on many occasions- be careful.....
Looks like a good deal. I was looking around a lot when I ordered a Kuga a few months ago and the deals were generally £30 a month more back then.
JJJZ

This is a decent deal and im very tempted as i need something more … This is a decent deal and im very tempted as i need something more practical and fuel economic than my TTS. Im just unsure what these are like interior wise and if the boot is actually a decent size if anyone can feedback? Im looking to use it as a bit of a work horse. 5k for 2 years seems a decent deal to me.



Wouldn't classify it as a "workhorse"
Excuse my ignorance about car leasing deals but I assume you have to take out your own car insurance to cover the cars or is that included in monthly fee.
Sulphur Man

Decent deal, largely because Mk2 is around the corne



http://images.honestjohn.co.uk/imagecache/file/width/640/media/9973146/vw-tiguan-2015-f34.jpg
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21 miles per day - so don't plan any long day trips at the weekend.
weg43

Excuse my ignorance about car leasing deals but I assume you have to take … Excuse my ignorance about car leasing deals but I assume you have to take out your own car insurance to cover the cars or is that included in monthly fee.



You get your own insurance as you would for your own car...
psychdee

My handbrake failed on many occasions- be careful.....



Yup - Electric parking brake of diesels gives problems, failing to release on inclines and leading to clutch and DMF damage. To avoid problem it is necessary to release handbrake by using over-ride system (ie depress auto hold or auto release button whilst foot on brake pedal).
Dull, dull, invisible car, and you're paying a premium for the (undeserved) VW image (as was).

Go for it if it suits you but don't pretend it's anything special. As Newbold said, Yeti is a far better buy (but, of course, the ignorant and the vain can't live with their long outdated brand perception - so sad).
Edited by: "Besford" 15th Dec 2015
m5rcc

Yup - Electric parking brake of diesels gives problems, failing to … Yup - Electric parking brake of diesels gives problems, failing to release on inclines and leading to clutch and DMF damage. To avoid problem it is necessary to release handbrake by using over-ride system (ie depress auto hold or auto release button whilst foot on brake pedal).



I avoided a Passat which had the Electronic Parking break - I've mild OCD and I would have ended up putting bricks behind the wheels every time I parked. Nothing like the ratchet sound of a well applied handbreak.
Besford

Dull, dull, invisible car, and you're paying a premium for the … Dull, dull, invisible car, and you're paying a premium for the (undeserved) VW image (as was).Go for it if it suits you but don't pretend it's anything special. As Newbold said, Yeti is a far better buy (but, of course, the ignorant and the vain can't live with their brand perception - so sad).



Fair points with the brand snobery however the Yeti is one of the ugliest cars I have seen since the Fiat Multipla.
Besford

Dull, dull, invisible car, and you're paying a premium for the … Dull, dull, invisible car, and you're paying a premium for the (undeserved) VW image (as was).Go for it if it suits you but don't pretend it's anything special. As Newbold said, Yeti is a far better buy (but, of course, the ignorant and the vain can't live with their brand perception - so sad).



Yeti only better with the 1.8TSI AWD
kreig

Fair points with the brand snobery however the Yeti is one of the ugliest … Fair points with the brand snobery however the Yeti is one of the ugliest cars I have seen since the Fiat Multipla.



Facelift wasn't that bad...
kreig

Fair points with the brand snobery however the Yeti is one of the ugliest … Fair points with the brand snobery however the Yeti is one of the ugliest cars I have seen since the Fiat Multipla.


I think you must be confusing it with that 'mini hearse' thing they make - can't remember the name.

Edit. Just remembered: Roomster. Looks like it was designed to take your pet to the pet cemetery! oO
Edited by: "Besford" 15th Dec 2015
gordo1964

I avoided a Passat which had the Electronic Parking break - I've mild OCD … I avoided a Passat which had the Electronic Parking break - I've mild OCD and I would have ended up putting bricks behind the wheels every time I parked. Nothing like the ratchet sound of a well applied handbreak.


Your OCD doesn't run to spelling then?
Besford

Your OCD doesn't run to spelling then?


Spelling seems to be ok but on the third door handle on my car.:3
Besford

I think you must be confusing it with that 'mini hearse' thing they make … I think you must be confusing it with that 'mini hearse' thing they make - can't remember the name.



A Roomster?

http://s1.cdn.autoevolution.com/images/gallery/SKODARoomster-1153_14.jpg
gordo1964

Spelling seems to be ok but on the third door handle on my car.:3




What?

PS break vs brake.
m5rcc

Yup - Electric parking brake of diesels gives problems, failing to … Yup - Electric parking brake of diesels gives problems, failing to release on inclines and leading to clutch and DMF damage. To avoid problem it is necessary to release handbrake by using over-ride system (ie depress auto hold or auto release button whilst foot on brake pedal).


Thanks for clearing that up for me,Happy Christms and New Year.
m5rcc

You get your own insurance as you would for your own car...


Thanks for the info,Happy Xmas.
diamond321

Where did you get your lease from cheaper please?



I got mine from nationalvehiclesolutions. But this was March 2015, but they constantly have deals on their website, which are always updated and negotiable (fees wise etc)
Extra info for you guys asking. The boot is a decent size, and can be extended by sliding the entire rear seat/bench forward if need be...which doesn't effect cabin space as its very roomy (head and leg wise) I'm 6'1" and a large lad, with bundles of room.

The parking brake issue is definitely isolated between the people on this discussion as I am a member on Tiguan and VW forums, and not one has experienced a failing E-Handbrake. It works like a gem, never fails to engage (auto or manual hold options).

The interior is nice, but has a ruggedness about it, and I have seen countless Tiguans in use as 'work horse' cars, from building sites to explorations and long trips.

People have mentioned the Yeti, again, another great car... Its just what you prefer... Both from VW factories... Tiguan has more class, but the Yeti is extremely durable and seen to be more for an 'active' owner.
rich_1986

The parking brake issue is definitely isolated between the people on this … The parking brake issue is definitely isolated between the people on this discussion as I am a member on Tiguan and VW forums, and not one has experienced a failing E-Handbrake. It works like a gem, never fails to engage (auto or manual hold options).



Really?
gordo1964

I avoided a Passat which had the Electronic Parking break - I've mild OCD … I avoided a Passat which had the Electronic Parking break - I've mild OCD and I would have ended up putting bricks behind the wheels every time I parked. Nothing like the ratchet sound of a well applied handbreak.



Just leave it in gear as well, simples
m5rcc

Yup - Electric parking brake of diesels gives problems, failing to … Yup - Electric parking brake of diesels gives problems, failing to release on inclines and leading to clutch and DMF damage. To avoid problem it is necessary to release handbrake by using over-ride system (ie depress auto hold or auto release button whilst foot on brake pedal).


easier said than done when living on a Welsh Mountain
m5rcc

Yup - Electric parking brake of diesels gives problems, failing to … Yup - Electric parking brake of diesels gives problems, failing to release on inclines and leading to clutch and DMF damage. To avoid problem it is necessary to release handbrake by using over-ride system (ie depress auto hold or auto release button whilst foot on brake pedal).



Who cares when you have a full warranty and only have it for 24 months anyway? It's the leasing company/the next owners problem.
I am 2 years 6 months into having a Tiguan and cannot wait for the car to go (It is my wife's company car and we now have an Evoque on order to replace it). It has to be one of the worst cars I have ever had, the only thing that surpasses it for sheer horribleness is a Nissan Primera Diesel we were once unfortunate enough to have for two years. As others have said, the facelift does make it a reasonably good looking car, however, once you have said that, there really is little else to commend it. Worst of all is the handling, reminiscent of my childhood 'space hopper', followed closely by the unrefined and lack luster diesel engine, sloppy gear box and uncomfortable seating position. Small details are also intently irritating, including the necessity to have the door mirrors dip on reverse, OR, de-mist, they can't be set to do both. I could go on but I really think there are better cars available at the price of this 'deal' I certainly would not be tempted even if the price was £99 a month!
m5rcc

Really?



Yes, really. Using a generic website, like honest john, rather than actually interacting with the community and owners of said vehicles is pointless. If you did that all the time you'd end up never owning anything, from cars to electric whisks.
BuddyBear

I am 2 years 6 months into having a Tiguan and cannot wait for the car to … I am 2 years 6 months into having a Tiguan and cannot wait for the car to go (It is my wife's company car and we now have an Evoque on order to replace it). It has to be one of the worst cars I have ever had, the only thing that surpasses it for sheer horribleness is a Nissan Primera Diesel we were once unfortunate enough to have for two years. As others have said, the facelift does make it a reasonably good looking car, however, once you have said that, there really is little else to commend it. Worst of all is the handling, reminiscent of my childhood 'space hopper', followed closely by the unrefined and lack luster diesel engine, sloppy gear box and uncomfortable seating position. Small details are also intently irritating, including the necessity to have the door mirrors dip on reverse, OR, de-mist, they can't be set to do both. I could go on but I really think there are better cars available at the price of this 'deal' I certainly would not be tempted even if the price was £99 a month!



The mirrors can separately dip on reverse aswell as heat... Its in the settings. Funnily enough the handling is considered class leading, in compact SUV's, although I will say the turning circle is particularly large for a vehicle of its size.
rich_1986

The mirrors can separately dip on reverse aswell as heat... Its in the … The mirrors can separately dip on reverse aswell as heat... Its in the settings. Funnily enough the handling is considered class leading, in compact SUV's, although I will say the turning circle is particularly large for a vehicle of its size.


Well I have had a BMW X1 as a loan car a couple of times when my X5 has been in for service and the the handling on the X1 is in a completely different league (as is the engine, the driving position and the quality). Don't get me wrong, I am an admirer of some Volkswagen Group products, I have had a number of TTs in my time, but the Tiguan is far from a great car. By the way I can confirm we have had issues with our Electronic Hand Brake - the car was in the dealership last week for this!
Edited by: "BuddyBear" 15th Dec 2015
Think ive been out off. Might wait and see how the new one fairs or look at the bigger toureg.
iambigred

Who cares when you have a full warranty and only have it for 24 months … Who cares when you have a full warranty and only have it for 24 months anyway? It's the leasing company/the next owners problem.



You will care when you need to waste time with the lease firm to get it repaired...
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