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2013 and earlier Volkswagen Tiguan Lease Questions

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Kudos jeffkresh. That is a very attractive payment on a Tiguan. The prices certainly have come down on them lately.

    I hope that your wife enjoys it.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Wow is your username a reference to the Eagle Talon. A friend of mine used to have one. I remember all of the brands that went away, Chrysler, Plymouth, Oldsmobile, Daewoo, Saturn, Mercury, Isuzu, Hummer, now Suzuki...and those are just the recent ones.

    I digress...I'm glad that we were able to help you out. Thanks for stopping back to share the details of your deal. Enjoy your new ride!

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  • Hi Car_man,

    I need some advice and hope you can help.

    I am at the end of a lease on a 2010 GTI and I'm looking at a Tiguan. The GTI Buy Out price is about 2K lower than it's trade in value.

    First question: I am getting conflicting responses about using the GTI's positive equity towards the Tiguan. One dealer says they had to buy it 90 days before my lease is over, another seems to be open to it. Is trading in a lease unusual? This is the first time I attempt it>

    Second question: I am interested in a Tiguan SE, w/sunroof and navigation. The True Car price (which I'm aiming for) is $29,848 and includes $825 destination fee. Could you work up what the lease would be with 12000miles, 36month, and no out of pocket cost? Would you mind telling me what the Money Factor and Residual % it is you use?

    I believe there is a $1000 VW loyalty incentive going on this month? Is there any other cap reduction I should keep in mind?

    Thank you so much for your advice!
  • cliffpozcliffpoz Posts: 51
    What is mf and residual on see with sunroof and navigation? Also what rebates are available?
  • Hi again Car_man,

    So I moved on the Tiguan. Here's what I got:

    SE, 4motion, Sunroof and Navigation for $31600
    36 months, 12000 miles/yr
    Dealer took to GTI equity ($2100) as down payment
    No out of pocket and $350.39 a month

    I believe he called it a "keys 4 keys" sale...

    Does this sound good, just curious.

    I love the car!

    Thanks.
  • vdubluv4vdubluv4 Posts: 1
    edited March 2013
    I have an offer for a 2013 SEL Tiguan (4Motion) for $3k down $321 a month (inc tax, title, license), residual value approx $20k (oh and 12k mi/year). (I think sticker price was $38k) Sounds great! Am I missing anything here or is this awesome?
  • va_4011va_4011 Posts: 2
    This is an excellent deal. Would you mind sharing the dealer details.
  • va_4011va_4011 Posts: 2
    What is the best lease price for 2013 Tiguan SEL FWD with 12K miles/year with 0 down?
    What is the best lease price for 2013 Tiguan SEL (4Motion) with 12K miles/year with 0 down?

    Thanks in advance
  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hi privera10. More often than not consumers do not have any equity on their leased vehicle that they can use on their next deal.

    I need both the MSRP and selling price of the new car that you're interested in to work up a payment on it for you. I can tell you though that VW Credit's March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Tiguan SE with 12,000 miles per year .00003 and 56% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    Volkswagen is currently providing a $1,000 cash incentive on leases of this truck. There's an additional $500 loyalty cash incentive on top of that. There's also some regional cash as well. If you tell me what state you are in I can tell you if there's any in your area.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hey cliffpoz. VW Credit's March buy rate lease money factor and residual value for a 36-month lease of a 2013 Tiguan SE with 15,000 miles per year are .00003 and 54% for consumers who qualify for its top credit tier.

    Volkswagen is providing a $1,000 cash incentive on leases of this truck plus another $500 for loyal customers. These's some regional cash on top of that that I can tell you if you're eligible for if you tell me what state you are in.

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  • CarMan@EdmundsCarMan@Edmunds Posts: 38,515
    Hey privera10. Wow that's great that the dealer gave you two grand in equity on your GTI. What is this truck's MSRP? If will help me to evaluate the selling price and deal.

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  • Hi Car-man,

    Thank you for the reply.

    According to Edmunds the MSRP is $34,270 with the options it came with: sat radio, navigation, 4motion, sunroof, splash guards, rubber mats, and first aid kit.

    The selling price on my lease documents is $31,600

    There was nothing out of pocket.

    My monthly payment is $350.49 for 36 month/12,000 mile lease

    I feel that I got a decent deal, but there's always that little nagging voice that says I could have negotiated more/better...

    I'm curious to see what your numbers are, maybe they'll help me learn how to get an even better price next time around.

    Thanks!
  • hugo5hugo5 Posts: 68
    Hi Car_man
    I am interested in leasing the same car, Tiguan SE with Sunroof, etc..10 000/month. Has any of the above info changed for March (would you know for April ?) and what would the same be for the SE without sunroof?
  • cliffpozcliffpoz Posts: 51
    Sorry carman, I was looking for residual and mf for 10k miles, 36 month on tiguan sel 4 motion with nav and sunroof. What regional cash in NYC area as well as national incentives?

    Thanks!
  • Carman can you inform of any regional cash back for Walker vw Metairie, LA 70003

    In a market for Tiguan SE with Nav.
  • sdoran2sdoran2 Posts: 2
    Just leased a 2013 Tiguan SE but was not offered the $1,000 incentive you mentioned, only the $500 VW loyality here in Denver. How do I double check on my 10K per year lease that I got the .00003 % 54% as I have credit score of 838. Have not found many resources about double checking figures and some of the math dealer used seems fuzzy/fishy. MSRP $31275 Neg $30675 Down/Trade $5601 ($11k trade - loan balance, $500 VW, $500 my $) residual $18340, rent $2100, $500 doc fee, $625 Acq fee, $630 Simonize (Fargo scam?) Taxes/title $100. First time leasing. I gave up my beloved 2006 Touareg for 120% fair price MSRP. Don't have a warm fuzzy feeling here and already have cases open with VW cares & VW credit and ready to call in the big guns about fuzzy math. Thanks
  • ktwallisktwallis Posts: 1
    edited March 2013
    Hi all,

    First time leasing a car - and just want to check in that I'm getting a good deal. I'm willing to do some more negotiations if necessary but want to make sure there is room to negotiate first!

    It's also been difficult to get info on the Tiguan S as most postings are about the SE/SEL models.

    I've been offered the following on a 3 year lease Tiguan S fwd with sunroof:
    $25500
    $1800 down including taxes
    $285/mo
    12K miles/year
    $14500 residual

    Good deal to sign away?

    Thanks in advance!!
  • sdoran2sdoran2 Posts: 2
    Follow up. Dealer fat fingered RLMF at .00113 when it should have been .00013 (still high) which would explain the massive overcharge in Rent $2100 vs $212. Asked dealer to redo paperwork with corrected rate of .00003/59% as VW Credit has not received my paperwork yet for me to ask for an audit. Will keep you posted on the results. Thanks for posting all the figures in previous posts so I figured out why my payments were so high $247 vs $315.
  • Hi Car_Man -

    Can you post April money factor and residual value for a 2013 Tiguan SE 4MOTION 36 months/12,000 miles.

    Thank you.
  • hugo5hugo5 Posts: 68
    Apparently I can't get it without the mats and first aid kit, as I was told they all come with it. I don't understand that, since it's an option, but help me out here.
    I was quoted an
    MSRP $32505 - Edmunds says $31,960
    Invoice $31188 - Edmunds says $30,706
    selling price $30188 ($1000 incentive off HIS invoice, I was told)
    $1000 out of pocket
    $374/month

    Is this a good deal and can I assume that the roughly $500 difference is what the dealer is making, but not telling me about?
    Also, he said the $500 returning customer cash is worked into the initial fee, so I really only have to pay $1000 when I pick it up...does that make sense, or is he now pocketing $1000 (either one is not the end of the world, but I am still trying to get this car for $1000 out of pocket and $350/month.
    Anybody think I can get there?
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