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2014 Volkswagen Tiguan Lease Questions

steverstever Viva Las CrucesPosts: 41,309
edited February 1 in Volkswagen
Welcome to the Edmunds discussion dedicated to 2014 Volkswagen Tiguan leasing questions.

Here you can find and discuss all the latest lease details for the 2014 Volkswagen Tiguan, including cap costs, money factors, residual values, acquisition fees, etc. Please post any leasing questions you have or any details you’d like to share about your own lease deals.

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  • yangzyangz Posts: 1
    Hi car man,

    I just got this lease offer last weekend.
    2014 Tiguan SE AWD w/ App no Nav no roof
    MSRP 32710
    offer 29966
    42 month term
    0 due at sign
    397 per month
    10k per year

    I dont think it is a good deal. Is there any suggestions? What is a reasonable price? Thanks.

    Yang
  • zoolizooli Posts: 1
    edited November 2013
    Hi All,

    I am about to lease my 1st car and would like some help choosing the right deal, i am not so knowledgeable w/the money calculations, tax etc.

    Volkswagen offer promotion on 2014($279) 2013 ($199) Tiguan S fwd with automatic transmission. 36-month lease, $2,999 due at signing. (Excludes title, tax, options and dealer fees) there is another promotion running also on 42 month lease.

    I got an offer this week for:
    2014 Tiguan S AWD (4 Motion) 36month / 12k / $311 ($2335) OR 42month / 12k / $299 ($2140).

    I would like to stay below $200 a month and was wondering if you guys can help me pick up the right lease terms for the base model Tiguan S?
    Did anyone leased a similar model lately in New York?

    Thank You!
  • I have received a quote from this dealer:

    Tiguan S AWD
    MSRP 28300
    36 mo/12000 mile
    $1000 trade in
    No down, zero at signing which covers first payment, tax, acquisition fee and title.

    Monthly pay of $289.

    Is this a good deal?
  • I am looking for the best lease deal on a Tiguan with navigation and sun roof with a trade in car Honda CRV 2001 I am ready to sign up by Tuesday Dec 2. I heard there is a $210 per month offer on Tiguan. Anyone have any tips?
  • amandasfamandasf Posts: 10

    Hello- I am trying to help my friend get one of these. Can someone tell me what the current residual and money factor is?

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936

    @amandasf said: Hello- I am trying to help my friend get one of these. Can someone tell me what the current residual and money factor is?

    4 different Tiguan models, with different terms. Is your friend looking for an S, SE, SEL or R-Line?

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  • verrucktverruckt Carlsbad, CAPosts: 5
    edited March 5

    Hi, I'm looking at a lease for a 2014 Tiguan S.

    Would like to know current MF and residual value for 3yr/36k mile lease for:

    Tiguan S - would buy manual or auto - is there any difference in MF or residual?

    Thank you kyfdx!

    PS is there a "best deal" model? For instance, are the best residuals on the S or SEL? Thank you

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936
    edited March 6

    @verruckt said: Hi, I'm looking at a lease for a 2014 Tiguan S.

    Would like to know current MF and residual value for 3yr/36k mile lease for:

    Tiguan S - would buy manual or auto - is there any difference in MF or residual?

    Thank you kyfdx!

    PS is there a "best deal" model? For instance, are the best residuals on the S or SEL? Thank you

    .00006 MF and 57% residual. $750 lease cash.

    The S model definitely has the best program.. The SE is almost as good.. SEL and R-Line are not as good.

    No difference for manual transmission.

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  • verrucktverruckt Carlsbad, CAPosts: 5

    @kyfdx@Edmunds said: No difference for manual transmission.

    So I drove the S and the SE - I much preferred the V-Tex leatherette over the cloth interior.

    Do you have the RV on the SE / SE with Appearance? Same MF of .00006? Same terms... 3 years/12k miles per year

    Thank you! B)

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936

    @verruckt said: Thank you! B)

    .00002 MF and 56% residual.

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  • frito_golfsfrito_golfs Posts: 3

    Could I get current MF, Residual, Lease Cash for 2014 Tiguan SEL. Thanks, you guys rock.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936

    @frito_golfs said: Could I get current MF, Residual, Lease Cash for 2014 Tiguan SEL. Thanks, you guys rock.

    .00017 MF and 52% for 36mo, 15K/yr. $1250 lease cash

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  • verrucktverruckt Carlsbad, CAPosts: 5

    @kyfdx@Edmunds said:

    The dealer I am negotiating with is telling me that the $1000 Manufacturer to Dealer incentive on the 2014 Tiguan SE is not valid if I lease the car at the .00002 MF and 56% residual 3year/36k mile quote I was looking at. He said the $750 Customer cash is good, just not the $1000 Manufacturer to Dealer incentive that I'm seeing on online pricing tools. Can you please tell me if this is true? That extra $1000 incentive would make this lease a smoking good deal. Thanks carguy!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936

    I have no way to verify that, but it wouldn't be unusual for a vehicle to have different incentives for purchase or lease. The lease deal is basically "free" financing at that money factor. I'd be really surprised if they gave that lease incentive on top of other incentives.

    You can probably find that out easily, by shopping that at another dealer.

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  • verrucktverruckt Carlsbad, CAPosts: 5

    @kyfdx@Edmunds said: I have no way to verify that, but it wouldn't be unusual for a vehicle to have different incentives for purchase or lease. The lease deal is basically "free" financing at that money factor. I'd be really surprised if they gave that lease incentive on top of other incentives.

    You can probably find that out easily, by shopping that at another dealer.

    I'm hitting the phones now. Will report back. Thanks again for putting in the overtime on a Sunday... :)

  • verrucktverruckt Carlsbad, CAPosts: 5
    edited March 12

    Leased my vehicle yesterday from a San Diego area VW dealership. I am reporting back to the community - hopefully this will help you folks with your negotiations.

    2014 Tiguan SE with Appearance Package

    3 year, 12k miles per year lease. Tier 1 credit rating. 8% Tax Rate in my city.

    31,100 MSRP

    27,800 Negotiated price

    28,425 Subtotal financed (27,800 + 625 Lease Acquisition fee)

    56% Residual Value on that model/trim = 17,416

    Term Depreciation = (27,800 - 17,416) = 10,384 + 625 Aquisition Fee = 11,009 / 36mo = 305.81/mo depreciation

    .00002 Money Factor = (27,800 + 625 + 17,416) * .00002 = .92/mo Monthly Lease Rate

    State Sales Tax Rate = 8% = (.92 + 305.81) * .08 = $24.53/mo Tax

    $750 Total Drive Off (tax/dmv/first payment/$80 doc fee)

    $332/month (305.81 + .92 + 24.53)

    I recommend dealing directly with Internet Sales. They are used to people price shopping and you will usually get a better deal more quickly from them than you will sitting in a high pressure sales office. I actually walked out of the first VW dealership because they wouldn't budge on the price I wanted (I researched on TrueCar). When I shopped the price I wanted to the Internet Sales reps at 3 different dealerships, they all tried their best to give a competitive offer quickly. Let them know you are serious and willing to buy the car today if the deal is right. They will work for you. A sale for them with a modest profit is much better than no sale at all. I locked up a deal within an hour.

    Knowledge is power, folks. When I negotiated with these guys over the phone or by email, I plugged in every number to a lease calculator to make sure every variable used to determine price was accounted for. I even emailed a copy of my worksheet which showed them a) I know how to calculate a lease and b) I understand how money factor and negotiated price directly influence the monthly payment. Once they had my offer broken down in a spreadsheet, they pushed back on price a bit (I offered low, naturally) but they didn't try to mess with the money factor since they knew I was lease savvy. A couple back and forth offers, and one dealer clearly wanted the business, so I agreed to their deal.

    Once the "winning" dealership was determined, I asked them to take a picture and email me their offer sheet showing the numbers their lease calculator was spitting out. Once I had a printout of their offer sheet, I made an appointment to sign papers. I walked into the dealership, they ran my credit, went over all the car's features, then walked me to the finance guy. I double-checked numbers one last time as I signed the contract, and I was out of there within 1 hour. No fuss and a pleasant buying experience.

    I will never try to negotiate in person again - it was a total waste of time. Internet Sales is the way to go in my humble opinion.

    I hope this info was useful to some of you.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936

    $0.92/mo. finance charges... You have to love that... ;-)

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  • insureusinsureus Posts: 8

    Please provide lease incentives, mf and residual for 15,000 miles yr S Manual. thank you

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936

    @insureus said: Please provide lease incentives, mf and residual for 15,000 miles yr S Manual. thank you

    .00006 MF and 55% residual for 36 months.. $750 lease cash

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  • Firstly, thanks to everyone contributing to this forum community! It proved to be an invaluable resource when researching our current lease.

    We're looking to possibly lease a SEL, w/AWD, 36 months, 15K mi/yr in NJ and need to know what the numbers are this month.

    Thanks in advance.

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936

    @casperspooks said: Firstly, thanks to everyone contributing to this forum community! It proved to be an invaluable resource when researching our current lease.

    We're looking to possibly lease a SEL, w/AWD, 36 months, 15K mi/yr in NJ and need to know what the numbers are this month.

    Thanks in advance.

    .00017 MF and 52% for 36mo, 15K/yr. $1250 lease cash

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  • candminvacandminva Posts: 2
    edited March 20
    Do you have current MF, residual (12k), 36 month, lease cash for tiguan rline 4motion in Virginia? Thank you
  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936

    @candminva said: Do you have current MF, residual (12k), 36 month, lease cash for tiguan rline 4motion in Virginia? Thank you

    .00017 MF and 53% residual. $1250 lease cash.

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  • candminvacandminva Posts: 2
    Thank you very much
  • Piaya20Piaya20 Posts: 8

    Hi kyfdx!

    Do you have the residual value and money factor for a 36mos, 15k/year lease on a 2014 Tiguan R-Line 4Motion?

    Thanks in advance!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936

    @Piaya20 said: Hi kyfdx!

    Do you have the residual value and money factor for a 36mos, 15k/year lease on a 2014 Tiguan R-Line 4Motion?

    Thanks in advance!

    .00017 MF and 51% residual. $1250 lease cash.

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  • Piaya20Piaya20 Posts: 8

    Thank you, kyfdx!

  • MichaellMichaell ColoradoPosts: 6,496

    @Piaya20 said: Thank you, kyfdx!

    Best of luck in your shopping - please come back and let us know how it all turned out.

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  • nabsfnabsf Posts: 2

    Are these good numbers? I'm looking to lease a 2013 Tiguan SEL 4MATIC, blue on beige in California, since the dealers are trying to sell thru the remaining 2013 stock.

    MSRP - $39,425 Cap cost - $31500 MF - .00017 Residual - 55% 36 mo / 10K 2999 due at signing

    Thanks!

  • kyfdxkyfdx Posts: 29,936
    edited April 2

    @nabsf said: Are these good numbers? I'm looking to lease a 2013 Tiguan SEL 4MATIC, blue on beige in California, since the dealers are trying to sell thru the remaining 2013 stock.

    MSRP - $39,425 Cap cost - $31500 MF - .00017 Residual - 55% 36 mo / 10K 2999 due at signing

    Thanks!

    What is the payment? Also, that seems like a pretty high residual for a leftover 2013 model.. And, I'd expect a money factor of .0017, rather than .00017

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