VW Tiguan Diesel 150 SE Nav Lease. £254.87 on 3+35m profile / 10k/yr  (+ £298.80 fees)  Fleetprices
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VW Tiguan Diesel 150 SE Nav Lease. £254.87 on 3+35m profile / 10k/yr (+ £298.80 fees) Fleetprices

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Found 12th Oct
Obviously no good if you want to own the car...

I've driven this, it's a bit boring but appears to do everything very well.

Works out under £280pm overall. Good price
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Does the price include insurance ?

Seems like a good deal if you need something this size.

I've been looking at lease deals and will probably take one within the next 6 months.

This Seat Leon deal looks good too.
fleetprices.co.uk/per…539

Any better deals for this size of car?

Yeah what about insurance any one ?

Gogo99919 m ago

Does the price include insurance ?


No

This Peugeot 308 looks like a bargain for pretty much cheap (fixed price), reliable motoring : fleetprices.co.uk/per…494

£198 deposit and £198 a month.
Edited by: "morpheus" 12th Oct

I am looking at taking one of these on lease. The review sites seem to suggest the seat alteca is the better car for the money (as it's cheaper to buy) but this lease deal beats any I have found for the seat. Looks a good car for a fair price point I think.

wgeorge999029 m ago

I am looking at taking one of these on lease. The review sites seem to …I am looking at taking one of these on lease. The review sites seem to suggest the seat alteca is the better car for the money (as it's cheaper to buy) but this lease deal beats any I have found for the seat. Looks a good car for a fair price point I think.


Say £10000 in total depends on spec...is that fair and is there a tax benefit or cost

Got one of these on a lease deal last year, brilliant car

It won't include insurance as it's a PCP . You would be advised to get Gap Insurance as well to cover the eventuality of the car being written off and you are left with the remaining repayments of the contract. That said it's a great dea

Sorry I'm just looking into leasing, so apologies for the stupid question

So this would work out at £9983 over 3 years (inc processing fee) as long as I don't do more than 30K

If the car is returned with say a scuffed alloy or a car park dent caused by someone opening the door into your car
Do they accept those are general wear & tear or would there be penatlies to be paid?

JayMistry39 m ago

Sorry I'm just looking into leasing, so apologies for the stupid …Sorry I'm just looking into leasing, so apologies for the stupid questionSo this would work out at £9983 over 3 years (inc processing fee) as long as I don't do more than 30KIf the car is returned with say a scuffed alloy or a car park dent caused by someone opening the door into your carDo they accept those are general wear & tear or would there be penatlies to be paid?


there is a standard fair wear and tear guide, but scuffed alloys will be £55, dents are not considered fair wear and tear, you are in the lap of the gods with the kind of inspector you get...

but it basically you need to treat it like a rental, or expect a big bill

I have this car on a lease from last year. The car in itself is very good, it's not the most exciting car and not the quickest, but it's a nice family car. The stipulate the boot is quite large, which I guess for it's class it is, however, I find that with a buggy and a couple of other bits, it's not quite big enough, but that is a minor gripe. Would I get it again? Yes.

I don't seem able to quote people... however the 308 deal should be taken off the site. I tried to order it the other day and it isn't available. They offered me a completely different car for the same price which wasn't half as good.

wgeorge999012th Oct

I am looking at taking one of these on lease. The review sites seem to …I am looking at taking one of these on lease. The review sites seem to suggest the seat alteca is the better car for the money (as it's cheaper to buy) but this lease deal beats any I have found for the seat. Looks a good car for a fair price point I think.


The Seat has a much cheaper feel to it, I recently bought the tiguan and I'm pleased with it. I used Car Wow to get £6k off the price - but I noticed the price of these has gone up recently so on a lease anything under £300 per month is good. There are notable differences in styling with the seat but if price is more of interest then small things and a bit of plastic may not be in context

Be careful with the latest gen Tiguan in particular this model, there’s a recall on the horrendously dangerous auto parking brake .. in my fathers case his rolled backwards fortunately in to the garage door rather than one of the grandkids or dogs .. make sure the recall has been carried out if it’s already imported stock

I am still not decided on these yet. My biggest concern for me is driving position. I'm quite tall, and I found that the arm rest was just so low down. To compensate I reduced the height of the seat, but then I just lost all sense of that great high up driving position you achieve in this style of car. It has really put me off. Got a full day test drive on Friday to see what it's like to live with. Bit fussy I know, but it's a lot of money for something you don't like spending your commuting time in!

hyenadog3 h, 19 m ago

Be careful with the latest gen Tiguan in particular this model, there’s a r …Be careful with the latest gen Tiguan in particular this model, there’s a recall on the horrendously dangerous auto parking brake .. in my fathers case his rolled backwards fortunately in to the garage door rather than one of the grandkids or dogs .. make sure the recall has been carried out if it’s already imported stock


That's terrible. Possible handbrake failure has been with us as long as we've had cars, I thought everyone left their car in gear? It's effectively impossible to leave an automatic in neutral, or an old SAAB.

hyenadog15th Oct

Be careful with the latest gen Tiguan in particular this model, there’s a r …Be careful with the latest gen Tiguan in particular this model, there’s a recall on the horrendously dangerous auto parking brake .. in my fathers case his rolled backwards fortunately in to the garage door rather than one of the grandkids or dogs .. make sure the recall has been carried out if it’s already imported stock


I've just started year 2 of a 24 month lease on a Tiggy and I have had this issue. Whenever it happened the car made a loud beeping noise and logged a fault on the infotainment system...it also had a bright orange triangle on the dashboard so that I knew something wasn't right. It is fixed by a 10 minute software update at your local VW garage. Failing that, mine always reset the fault if I stopped the car, took the key out of the ignition, and then re-inserted and started the car.
You fathers may be a different issue but it was hard to miss the fact that there was a fault.

I have the SEL version with the 150bhp TDI engine....not the most exciting car ever but it is a decent sized, dependable family workhorse until the midlife crisis sets in next year and forces me to pick up a cheap Golf R or Octavia VRS on lease.
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