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From now until 31 March 2008, Volkswagen Finance is offering a Solutions plan to all retail customers who purchase a new Tiguan. A worked example for the Tiguan 2.0-litre S TDI is set out below:

Term (months) 36
Mileage (per annum) 10,000
35 monthly payments of ?249.00
First payment fee ?95.00
Optional final payment ?10,046.00
Option to purchase fee payable with optional final payment ?60.00
On the road retail cash price ?20,500.00
Advance payment from customer ?5,203.68
Amount of credit ?15,296.32
Total amount payable ?24,119.68
Excess mileage (inc. VAT) 7.05p
(Typical APR 9.9% )
 

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nothing seems to be on offer from VW at the moment, however unless theres a 0% apr on the table, I'd always now go for the deal on the car (money off) then go elsewhere for a better finance offer.
 

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VW usually does not go for 0% deals, i might be wrong but talking to the guys there they seem to always have an APR.

I dont think we will see a 0% deal on Tig as it is very popular at the moment...so I would stick with their finance or find a better deal with a bank.
 

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Not usually. I always give the dealer the option to quote, however I always get it cheaper via MHC Finance (member kam100 on this and mytreg.com forums) - Kam has sorted my finance deals for my last 4 cars. You could always get a quote from VW and then PM Kam for a competitive option

Kaine
 
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