Ahead of the 66-plate introduction next week, Volkswagen has announced a series of finance offers for its popular new Tiguan SUV.
When we drove the new Tiguan earlier this year, our biggest criticism of the revamped crossover was the high retail price – with the current entry-level 2.0-litre diesel starting at more than £25,000.
But today’s announcement has gone some way to offsetting those concerns, offering the Tiguan S for just £229 a month on its 5.1% Solutions PCP package.
That’s following a £1,000 deposit contribution from VW and a further £6,471 from you. Significant, but not unreasonable – especially if you have a car to trade-in.
The plan is split over four years, with an average mileage limit of 10,000 miles a year. After the four-year period, hand it back or purchase it outright for £10,167.
If you prefer to change cars regularly, Volkswagen is also offering the Tiguan R-Line through its personal contract hire scheme for £229 a month.
This is over two years, with a high initial rental of £9,744. Again, it might be easier to justify if you have a car to part-exchange.
Being the top-spec Tiguan R-Line, you’ll be able to enjoy 20-inch alloys, LED headlights and a 12.3-inch TFT colour display screen.