2009/2010 VW Tiguan, CC, Jetta, GTI, Golf, Eos Lease Rates – October 2009

logo_vwMy Take: Took me longer than expect to wrap up all the lease rates I’ve found, bit this is the last bit. I do have numbers for the Toyota Venza, but due to the fact that not all options can be residualized (weird thing to do Toyota), the residual value is probably inaccurate. In any case, here is a collection of VWs I’ve found. As I mentioned before, my folks got a Tiguan earlier this month and they love it. I would lease one right now due to the low residual value and lack of cash. The CC is a pretty good deal right now because there are being heavily discounted right now. In any case, browse through the list and see what catches your eye. Remember that the key is the sale price. Stop negotiation payments. You have to negotiate sale prices and watch for the any fees that seem too high.

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2009 VW Tiguan

2009 Tiguan SEL 4W
36-month | 15k miles | residual 45% | .00115 base money factor

2010 VW CC

2010 VW CC 2.0T Sport
36-month | 15k miles | residual 52% | .00134 base money factor

2010 VW CC 2.0T Luxury
36-month | 15k miles | residual 49% | .00113 base money factor

2010 VW Jetta

2010 VW Jetta SEL Sedan
36-month | 15k miles | residual 49% | .00048 base money factor
48-month | 15k miles | residual 42% | .00120 base money factor

2010 VW Jetta Wolfsburg
36-month | 15k miles | residual 51% | .00133 base money factor

2009 VW Jetta

2009 VW Jetta Wagon SE
36-month | 15k miles | residual 44% | .00084 base money factor

2009 VW GTI

2009 VW GTI 4-door
36-month | 15k miles | residual 44% | .00062 base money factor

2010 VW GTI

2010 VW GTI 4-door
36-month | 15k miles | residual 53% | .00187 base money factor

2010 VW Golf

2010 VW Golf 4-door
36-month | 15k miles | residual 54% | .00212 base money factor

2010 VW Eos

2010 VW Eos Komfort
36-month | 15k miles | residual 56% | .00162 base money factor

2009 VW Eos

2009 VW Eos Komfort
36-month | 15k miles | residual 51% | .00127 base money factor

20 thoughts on “2009/2010 VW Tiguan, CC, Jetta, GTI, Golf, Eos Lease Rates – October 2009

  1. Hey G,
    I’m picking up a 2010 CC Sport with DSG on Wednesday.
    The deal I got was $375/mo including NYC Taxes. $0 Gap cost reduction. Transferring plates. The total out of pocket is coming around $1200.
    Most dealers I dealt with wanted $379/mo with the same conditions. Some wanted low $400s. I got lucky that this place was the closest. I hope I got a decent deal.

  2. @Stan B. Assuming the same numbers as mine and NY sales tax 8.75% you should be at around $377/month with only first month due. And with $1,200 out of pocket (I guess – $575 acq. fee, $375 first month and $250 dealer fee) – at $350/month. Make sure you get $1K lease cash.

  3. @ursus I don’t know dude. Where are you getting your car from? Everywhere I shopped around did not want to go lower. I went through about 8-10 dealerships/leasing agencies. I’m pretty content with the price considering they also had to locate the car for me. (I wanted a certain color combo)

  4. @stan. I’m in DC area, which is where VW’s US headquarters are. Maybe they have better deals here 🙂 My dealer also did not have the car in stock. He’s getting it from the port and it’s the only one for the whole area in a color combination I wanted 🙂

  5. Just got a Black CC Sport 2.0 T W/Auto Tran:

    Out of Pocket: $221.00
    Cap Cost: $25937.01
    Residual: $15314
    Lease: 39 Mos/39K Miles
    Pmt: $323.94 +tax
    MF: 0.00125

    • thanks for the feedback the F PRIME C. I think it looks pretty good. My wife might consider a CC as her next car as well, so it is good to know that they seem to lease fairly well right now. I’m guessing that these numbers will probably carry over to early January since we are in the holiday season. Good stuff!

  6. Got mine on October 31. Sport Auto/iPod/mats/chrome tips, shadow blue/black. $371.92 with $500 out of pocket. Thanks G.

    • that’s pretty awesome ursus. i remember reading about your dealer last month. I really hope the CC leases well into the new year. If so, wifey might opt for that. How do you like it so far? Pros? Cons?

    • OH NO! Are you serious? Did it time out? Doh! I don’t seen anything being archived as spam or anything. I don’t think there’s a max characters allowance for the comments box. But i could be wrong. Maybe a summary? LOL. I’d love to know more about your experience with the CC. Its really eye catching and I’m extremely tempted. HAHA. I just compiled a list of potential leases for the wifey and the CC looks very enticing. We’ll prolly have to do a round of test drives to weed out the bad choices. So far I got 11 cars on the list. Will be adding the IS250, G37 sedans and maybe a couple of Subarus to the mix. Auto leasing is always an exciting time for me. HAAHAA.

  7. Oh yes 🙂 Tried it twice and it was shorter than your post.
    OK, summary. Seats are a bit firm and a bit narrow for my 225 lbs (after my ’07 S80). In traffic asks for more at low speeds/rpm below 1500. But nice pick up at 2500 rpm and up. Drives nicely. DSG started acting weirdly, though. During steady breaking it suddenly slows down at around 1200 rpm and then rmp jumps 200 and goes back. Just found out there was a VW DSG recall in August.

    • yickes! that doesn’t sound good, did you take it in to get it fixed yet?
      Oh by the way, I did find your earlier posts hidden in a mountain load of spam. Haahaa. Weird.

  8. Going to the dealer on Friday. Just delete these 2 earlier posts.
    Haha, it does not like the word that starts with “s” in describing CC vs TSX. 🙂

  9. G, getting a 4 Door GTI, Automatic, sunroof and xenon lights sign and drive for $389/ month. They took $1200 off the sticker…..what do you think?

    • @Leo. Whats the MSRP? The best way to know if you got an awesome deal is to take the monthly payment and divide it by the MSRP. If the number comes out below 1.25%, then your deal was pretty good. The closer you get to 1% or lower, the better the deal.

  10. G,
    The MSRP is 27,639. The payment with taxes and first month payment built in is $390 so the number is 1.41. The payment with the taxes and first month out of pocket is $345 and the number is 1.25.

    • @leo. ahh, its a borderline good deal. Based on what I am seeing, you are being offered about $250 over invoice. Not bad, but VW has a 2% holdback ($550) you aren’t tapping into. See if you can get the dealer to knock off another $300-400 bucks, that should shave another $12 off per month. It doesn’t look like much, but that’s an extra one or two lunches for me every month. Heehee.

      I do have to say this though to all dealers out there trying to make a buck. I do feel like an ass asking consumers to tap into holdbacks and all, but we work hard for our money too.

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