My Take: VW is waiving the 1st month payment, so I think the GTI is a pretty good deal right now. A well equipped model around $29,089 MSRP that is sold at invoice, should have payments of around $370 per month with your inception fees due at signing (minus the 1st month payment). With tax (depending on your county, you should expect around $400 per month). If you cut back on the options, you should a high-$300s monthly payment. I’m not sure what the 2-door version’s residual value is, but I would expect it to be a few percentage points higher than the 4-door.
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2010 VW GTI
2010 VW GTI 4-Door Hatchback
36-month | 15k miles | residual 52% | .00130 base money factor