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Outgoing Transporter: great VW finance deals

Benefit from end of stock Transport deals, too

VW IS putting contract hire in the chiller and finance in the freezer in the run up to Christmas.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ has plenty of end of year offers to warm your value for money fire – especially for any remaining stocks of the current Transporter.

Ahead of the launch of the new generation Transporter in January 2010, the Contract Hire and Finance Lease offers on the current Transporter continue at the same price: from £229 a month.

Also included in the deal now are three years/45,000 miles servicing, plus an ‘S’ pack upgrade – bulkhead, alarm, electric windows, electrically heated and adjustable mirrors, and an internal central locking control.

The three years/45,000 miles service offer is also available to retail and small business customers buying the current Transporter through Volkswagen Commercial Vehicle Finance before the end of December.

The Caddy and Caddy Maxi also benefit from a price freeze on the current Contract Hire and Finance Lease rates. Theses start from £189 and £209 a month, respectively.

Prices for the fixed-price service plans are also frozen until the end of the year. There are four service plans available all over 36 months or 45,000 miles, 60,000 miles, 75,000 miles and 90,000 miles. Prices start from £295 (ex VAT).

“Volkswagen vans are more affordable than many people think,” commented Simon Elliott, director of Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles. “Our above average and mostly class-leading residual values not only reward Volkswagen van operators with lower whole life costs but also mean Volkswagen can offer better finance rates – and with these offers the last of the current Transporter models will soon be snapped up.”

Full details of all the finance offers are available from

You can read more about the new VW Transporter in our story Go-further engines for new-style Transporter.

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