The best Volkswagen deals
Browse the latest offers on new Volkswagen models, with deals starting from just £167 per month...
If you're looking for a great deal on a new Volkswagen, you're in the right place. Be it the Up city car, the Golf hatchback or the Tiguan SUV, we've rounded up the latest and best Volkswagen deals currently available.
Our testers consistently rate Volkswagen's cars highly, and considering how the brand spends more money on research and development than any rival, that's hardly surprising. Most of its cars share common underpinnings, too, so if one car is good, chances are its siblings will be as well.
Here, we've listed the deals currently offered by Volkswagen for each of its models on a Personal Contract Purchase (PCP) basis. This is the most common way of buying a new car in the UK, because you're only financing a small percentage of the car's value rather than the whole thing. In fact, it usually means you can afford to drive something that might otherwise be out of your price range.
In each case, you can read more about all of the cars listed here in our detailed reviews, or see how much we can save you with our Target Price deals, which give you a big discount without the hassle of haggling and are available exclusively to What Car? readers. We've also quoted Target PCP figures if you're looking to buy on finance. Our Target PCP quotes are based on a 15% deposit and an annual mileage limit of 10,000 miles across a three-year deal.
Volkswagen hatchback offers
Target Price from £9663 | Target PCP from £167 per month
What Car? says: The Up is fundamentally the same car underneath as the Seat Mii and Skoda Citigo, but adds an extra dash of luxury inside. It's good to drive, especially in town, and has an economical range of three-cylinder petrol engines.
Target Price from £14,490 | Target PCP from £200 per month
What Car? says: The Polo is the best small car you can buy right now, offering a superb interior that's surprisingly spacious, a peppy range of engines and impressive refinement.
Target Price from £19,907 | Target PCP from £238 per month
What Car? says: Ask 10 people to name a family car and chances are most of them will mention the Volkswagen Golf. It's consistently among the most popular new cars sold in the UK, and with good reason: with such a wide range of engines and versions on offer – from frugal petrols through to diesels and even electric versions – there's a model to suit everyone. It's also brilliant to drive and competitively priced.
Volkswagen estate car offers
Volkswagen Golf Estate
Target Price from £20,310 | Target PCP from £256 per month
What Car? says: All the benefits of the Golf family hatchback, plus an enormous boot – what's not to like? As it turns out, not much at all. This estate is well equipped and has a supple ride, which helps to offset the fact that some models can be expensive.
Volkswagen Passat Estate
Target Price from £27,185 | Target PCP from £365 per month
What Car? says: If you're looking for an estate with a vast boot, lots of high-tech equipment and a beautifully built interior, then the Passat Estate deserves to be on your shortlist.
Volkswagen SUV offers
Target Price from £16,672 | Target PCP from £179 per month
What Car? says: The T-Cross is the best small SUV you can buy right now – it's great to drive, spacious inside and comes with an impressive array of safety equipment. Plus it's competitive on running costs, so whether you're a company car driver or private car buyer, it deserves to be on your SUV shortlist.
Target Price from £19,081 | Target PCP from £214 per month
What Car? says: Volkswagen was quite late to the small SUV party, but its T-Roc is an excellent choice if you want a smaller SUV which has a premium interior. It's also spacious by the standards of this class, and has a comfortable ride.
Target Price from £22,436 | Target PCP from £240 per month
What Car? says: The Tiguan has to compete with the Volvo XC40 and Range Rover Evoque, and with other prestige-badged rivals from the likes of Audi, BMW and Mercedes. However, it makes a good case for itself with a spacious interior and a strong range of engines.
Volkswagen Tiguan Allspace
Target Price from £27,930 | Target PCP from £275 per month
What Car? says: Take the regular Volkswagen Tiguan, add some more space and two extra seats, and hey presto, you've made the Tiguan Allspace. Its high-quality interior and flexible seating are impressive, and it remains good to drive.
Target Price from £45,244 | Target PCP from £584 per month
What Car? says: The Touareg is the largest SUV Volkswagen makes, and is very spacious inside for both passengers and luggage. It's also exceptionally good at towing, and is comfortable even at motorway speeds. It doesn't feel as luxurious inside as you'd expect at this price point, though.
Volkswagen executive car offers
Target Price from £25,370 | Target PCP from £348 per month
What Car? says: If you're in the market for an executive saloon, and don't fancy having either an Audi, BMW or Mercedes badge on your bonnet, then the Passat is a great – and cheaper – alternative. It offers a frugal range of diesel engines and a spacious and reasonably plush interior and is comfortable and refined at high speeds.
Target Price from £28,234 | Target PCP from £360 per month
What Car? says: The Volkswagen Arteon is designed to take on sleek prestige executive rivals such as the Audi A5 and Jaguar XE. It makes a good case for itself, too, with a strong range of engines and generous standard equipment.
Volkswagen MPV offers
Volkswagen Golf SV
Target Price from £21,729 | Target PCP from £266 per month
What Car? says: This more practical version of the Golf offers more space than the standard hatchback, as well as a frugal range of engines and a well-built interior. Alternatively, if you need even more luggage space, the Golf Estate should be on your shortlist.
Target Price from £24,222 | Target PCP from £338 per month
What Car? says: If you need seven seats, the Sharan will suit you well. It has a strong range of engines, and you get plenty of equipment for your money.
Target Price from £22,271 | Target PCP from £286 per month
What Car? says: The Touran is a fantastic MPV; it's spacious, good to drive and feels very well built. It does carry a premium price tag, but hefty discounts ensure this isn't a problem.
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