2010 Volkswagen GTI Lease Rates – February 2010

logo_vwMy Take: These numbers don’t look too bad. It got me thinking a little bit about maybe swapping out my G37 for a GTI should my wife decide to get the Jetta Wolfsburg. Of course that thought went out the window by lunchtime when I walked to the parking lot and hopped into my ride. Haahaa. Well, residuals look somewhat weak, but money factors are pretty good. Just be aggressive with your negotiations and you shoudl come way in decent shape. There is a slight shortage of 4-door models here in Southern California, but plent of 2-doors. Seems like VW is controlling their manufacturing a bit. I haven’t seen THAT many GTIs on the road these days so I can’t imagine demand is THAT high for them, but I could be wrong.

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2010 VW GTI

2010 VW GTI 2-Door HB
36-month | 15k miles | residual 51% | .00060 base money factor

2010 VW GTI 4-Door HB
36-month | 15k miles | residual 52% | .00082 base money factor

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    • I think I will. I was really contemplating this for about 5 minutes. But I really want to get the most out of my G37 lease since I will probably look for something cheaper and more practical for the next lease. Hopefully the Golf R will work out. I remember the R32 was quite the horrible lease a few years ago.

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