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2017 Volkswagen Golf TSI S ($22,235 MSRP) for $139/month $1,999 Due at Signing

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Found a deal on a 2017 Volkswagen Golf TSI S ($22,235 MSRP) for $139/month $1,999 due at signing. Total cost is $7,003 over 36 months which comes out to $194.53/month. Not a bad deal, and you can always try negotiating further. I also prefer putting $0 down so it's better to ask them to roll in the drive into the monthly payment so you put no money down.

I found this on Edmunds through their price/lease promise program.

Make sure to click on the model and select lease offers on the side.

This deal was found at Volkswagen Pasadena location.

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Created 10-02-2017 at 01:33 PM by munzdeals92
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After taxes and fees the monthly payment will be higher than 1% of msrp.
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After taxes and fees the monthly payment will be higher than 1% of msrp.
Is that the benchmark for these type of lease deals?
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Is that the benchmark for these type of lease deals?
It's a starting point but I've gotten about 0.85% of msrp but that required the use of MSD to buy down the interest rate. The MSD is refundable at end of lease.
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Seems mediocre.
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After taxes and fees the monthly payment will be higher than 1% of msrp.
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Is that the benchmark for these type of lease deals?
I agree 1% is a good benchmark. You can definitely get lower but like he mentioned it usually requires a heavy discount on the MSRP or MSDs (multiple security deposits) which lowers the money factor (interest rate) on the lease. This deal is still about or below 1% after taxes and fees. Also, this can be used as a starting point, there is always room to negotiate further, so you can try and get it even lower.
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the golf gti has like $7000 off right now on truecar... seems like you would have a good chance of trading one in 3 years down the road for a really high price.
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the golf gti has like $7000 off right now on truecar... seems like you would have a good chance of trading one in 3 years down the road for a really high price.
Yeah, you'd honestly be a lot better off with a 2017 GTI S, since the 2018 refresh is right around the corner. If you can deal with a manual even better deal.

significantly more powerful 2.0t, much better 18 inch tires/rims, upgraded MFD, heated seats, trim upgrades, XDS+ software diff, fog lights, 6MT vs 5MT for regular golf, DSG vs auto etc...

The DSG will hold value better but either way the GTI will be better for resale/trade value.
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Last edited by juggar October 2, 2017 at 02:57 PM.
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