The headline-grabbing offer is a £175 a month deal for the entry-level 1.0 TSI 115 SE, which has a list price of £20,425. You can take £500 right off that though, as Volkswagen is throwing in a £500 deposit contribution – a surprise move for a brand new car.
For the TSI 115 SE, buyers need to find a further £5,483 themselves for the deposit, then it’s £175 a month for four years. The APR rate is 4.9 percent and the final payment is £8,391.
The total amount payable is £22,610, for those who want to own their T-Roc outright: thanks to the deposit contribution, that’s not an outrageous sum for four years’ finance, although most will probably sign up for another PCP after that. The T-Roc’s low depreciation means there’ll be plenty of equity to get a good deal on a new car.
Volkswagen dealers will be tailoring PCP deals on other T-Rocs in the build-up to the car’s December showroom launch, and for many, this will require time with the dealer to hone the deal. Such is the configurability of the new model, and the various trim levels on offer, not many T-Roc models nor their respected PCP deals are likely to be the same.
Check out our first drive of the new Volkswagen T-Roc, the model Volkswagen reckons will not only fill the gap between the Golf and the Tiguan, it will also become a UK top 10 best-seller as soon as next year.
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