Volkswagen has once again announced their long-awaited Sign then Drive Sales Event.
If you’ve been waiting for the right time to get a new Volkswagen now is the time. The Volkswagen Sign then Drive Sales Event is designed to make getting a new lease as easy as possible by minimizing up-front costs and maintaining an already affordable payment.
$0 Due at Signing
When you lease, down payment isn’t the only up-front cost. There are other fees that are typically required at the time of signing. With the Volkswagen Sign then Drive Sales Event you can drive home with your new Volkswagen without paying a nickel at signing.
$0 Security Deposit
Security deposits are often required as a refundable fee that is paid at the time of signing your lease agreement. This deposit ensures their are funds available for any excessive wear on the vehicle when returned. With the Sign then Drive Sales Event you don’t have to worry about it.
$0 First Monthly Payment
With a lease drivers are generally required to pay their first payment before driving home. With the Sign then Drive Sales Event we cover your first month’s payment so you can start enjoying your new Volkswagen right away.
As you browse the ins and outs of our Volkswagen Sign then Drive Event, take note of our range of new Volkswagen vehicles for lease. We are offering the latest and greatest Volkswagen SUV offers. Our lease offers come with competitive mileage options and low monthly prices, ensuring that anyone can lease the vehicles they love.
While we are all aware of the fundamentals that come with buying a car (e.g., down payments, interest rates and vehicle values) there are other factors to consider. Repair costs and warranties play a vital role when one is comparing if a lease is right for you. When you’re purchasing a vehicle, you’ll have a higher down payment, higher
monthly payments and higher repair costs.
With a lease, you can drive a nicer newer car for less. Keeping your car for less time means avoiding the costly repairs that come with long-term ownership. Our Volkswagen models are covered for 4-years or 50,000 mile bumper-to-bumber limited warranty so you’ll never be unprotected during your lease. It’s nice to not worry about issues outside of regular wear and tear. In addition to the information provided, the pros of lease deals are as follows:
– Drive a better vehicle for less money down
– Upgrade to newer models often
– Repair and upkeep is affordable
Most people don’t know this, but yes, you can choose to buy out your Volkswagen lease. If you fall in love with your Volkswagen and want to keep it after the lease expires you will have the opportunity to purchase it at a predetermined price from Volkswagen Credit.
If your lease end is approaching and you’re considering making a buyout decision, you can consult one of our Volkswagen of Marion Finance Professionals We will work with you to ensure that you’re assessing the costs of long-term repairs, monthly payments and factory warranties.
Volkswagen is now offering new Carefree Coverage program on most new 2023 and all 2024 Volkswagen Models making ownership of a Volkswagen easier than ever.
– 2 years of Service
– Scheduled Carefree Maintenance for 2 years or 20,000 miles
– 3 years Help
– Roadside Assistance for 3 years or 36,000 miles
– 4 years Cover
– New Vehicle Limited Warranty for 4 years or 50,000 miles
Depending on the car and the specific offer, this answer can vary. However, most VW lease deals fall somewhere between 10,000 miles and 12,000 miles per year. More or less miles per year are available if you need it. When you meet with our Product Specialists they will custom tailor a lease for you with miles that work with your driving habits.
Volkswagen lease mileage overage fees are pretty straightforward. As long as you’re honest about your driving habits before negotiating your mileage limit, you likely won’t have much to worry about. But, life happens. So, if you do run over on your miles, you normally have the option of purchasing more miles or paying the overage fee at the end of your lease period, which is usually between $0.20 and $0.35 per mile you went over. The good news? This rate is more than 20% under what other European auto manufacturers charge for mileage overages.