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Volkswagen Touareg Prices Paid



  • I'm in the DC area as well. Did you close the deal? If so, from which dealer did you purchase. I'm looking for a V6 with package 3. Thanks.
  • kmbakmba Posts: 1
    dealer has accepted this offer but I have not taken car:

    2004 V6, leather, power seats, NAV, park assist, bi-xenons, upgraded stereo, 7300 miles, certified pre-owned for $35.5K


    Good deal?
  • On a v8 with a sticker of $54,185, I've been quoted the following lease price: no money down, except title, tax and 1st month payment, and a payment of $599 a month 4 years, 12k miles per year. This looks pretty good to me, but I wanted to get a sanity check. Thanks.
  • Thats a great deal, i wish we had those deals where i live, in so cal!! they have that one national deal for the v-6 with no options for 439 on a 42 with a little over 3,700 down! thats not a very good deal, and it doesn't seem much of a upgrade to your quote on a touareg v-8 with everything on it!!
  • jts1jts1 Posts: 7

    Thanks for the info!


    They started building 2005 models with the DVD based Nav at the end of September. Cars are just starting to show up with it. I'm in the bay area, but two of the exact car I'm looking for exists in your area (with the new Nav) none are in the bay area. I'll contact Fladeboe and see if they have one or can make a trade. How do you like it so far? Did you get pkg 3 or 4?


    Does anyone know of any new incentives for 2005?
  • ypshanypshan Posts: 103


    Are you sure they are DVD based? If so, does it support Bluetooth and touch screen?


  • rob222rob222 Posts: 49
    Did you go through with deal? That sounds perfect to me. 04 or 05? The is totally loaded, through 4zone, heated rear seets, and auto suspension Did you get to pick your colors?


    I love the black and teal mix. What part of the country do you live in? Where do I sign?
  • Hey jts and trojan-


    I just bought a 2005 V8 black with Teak with Premium package and loaded at Fladeboe. They gave me a great price that would not be beat anywhere else and did not jerk me around 1 bit. Dennis and Sean there were GREAT.


    By the way, the car is a dream!. The air suspension, premium package, and the V8 make it all worth it.
  • Sorry about that - yes it is a 2005....fully loaded. Only tihng it doesnt have is Onstar. Auto suspension is nice and the air suspension DOES make a difference. I live in Orange County is CA and bought it from Fladeboe in Irvine. Dennis Bigham and Sean Oneil did not jerk me around one bit while other dealers tried to play all the games. Highly recommend giving them a call.
  • trojantrojan Posts: 4


    So far I love driving the Touareg. My previous car was an Acura Integra, so being able to still drive somewhat aggressively is great.


    I bought the V8 with package 3 and parking control. No regrets.


    Waiting until the DVD nav was available may have been nice, but for tax reasons I couldn't wait. I rarely put music CDs in the in-dash player (the 6-disc changer is better for when I'm driving); I wasn't overly concerned. I assume that nav technology, like computers, will continue to improve significantly every year, so there's no point in waiting for the next best thing.
  • trojantrojan Posts: 4


    Glad to hear you also had a good experience with Fladeboe in Irvine. I wish they sold Infiniti . . . the shopping experience for my wife's car hasn't been as smooth.
  • mcmuneymcmuney Posts: 64
    Hi guys, I'm about to purchase a Toureg this weekend. 2005 Toureg V6 w/ Package #4 @ $40.5K (exclucing tax & license). And my research shows that I might be able to get the Cayenne for a few grand more just with the Convenience and Touring package. Am I completely wrong, would it be much higher?


    If the difference is withing $3K, will it be worth going for the Cayenne instead?
  • why dont you drive both and see what you think about both of them?
  • Hi, I want to lease a V8 Toureg. The MSRP is $46875 and the going price in my area is $44,975. I am not sure what a good lease deal would be. I was quoted $590 a month for 48 months with $1000 out of pocket for fees. Does anyone know if this sounds good.




  • I just wanted to give you the following information additionally. Car salesmen sent this info to me:


    The lease does not reflect MSRP, it is based on a $3392 discount (so I am wrong on the adjusted cap), which is the best I can do. The $1000 is all the out-of-pocket money you need. Volkswagen Credit is by far the best leasing company, although I have several others at my disposal. The residual is $21493.50, which is based on 46% of MSRP. The money factor is .001370
  • chips1chips1 Posts: 1
    seems that the residuals on a 36 month lease of a toureg are incredibly low at less than 50%! this drives up the monthly price and prevented me from getting one last month. i figured the 2005 residual would be higher, but it is the same.... what's the deal? the volvo i am looking at is 58%!
  • tdo123tdo123 Posts: 102
    Hey new 2005 owners. Start posting some of your opinions on the new 05 on the Toureg SUV board. That way we can hear some good ones as compared to all the 04 problems.
  • Kirstie_HKirstie_H Posts: 11,025
    Hi joec1210 - In order to help you, we'll need to know YOUR negotiated purchase price for the vehicle, and the money factor & residual value you were quoted, along with the annual mileage.


    Additionally, you'll find that most of us will immediately recommend against leasing for such a long term. Leasing beyond the factory warranty is rarely a good idea, and also locks you in to paying for that vehicle for a very long time since leases are not generally easy to terminate early.



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  • jts1jts1 Posts: 7


    I'm sure its DVD based. They are just hitting dealer lots now. I have not seen one yet, my guess its the same one as the one in Porsche which about 6 month ago switched to the DVD based Nav. Not sure about Bluetooth or touch screen, I should see one soon and will keep you updated.
  • nanny5nanny5 Posts: 10
    the money factor on a 36 month lease is .00122 or about 2.9% the residual is indeed a bit low at 53% for 36 month there is 500 customer loyalty cash as well. I just leased the V6 with premium package with a cap at invoice there is a 575 acquisition fee as well
  • Looking for an 05 loaded Toureg. Are there still factory rebates of 2k? I see posts here of guys buying them for under invoice by like 5k? Are these types of prices still avail? Is there any low rates from VW now? Once I make the deal for say 2k under invoice, and then decide to lease, is the money factor the same from vw for everyone, or do i need to watch how they construct the lease?
  • tdo123tdo123 Posts: 102
    I was coming up with about 500 - 1000 over invoice on V8 loaded up Treg's. The problem right now is that none of the dealers have a Package 3 or above car in inventory.
  • can anyone help me? my wife and i just leased a 2005 toureg v6 w/ the premium package. we now have two small children and needed a bigger safe car. we put $2500 down ($2000 w/rebate)plus another $750 rebate and we were offered $460/mo. was this a good deal? we were assured that we would not find a better deal anywhere else. we had previously leased a passat from the same dealership and they paid out the last two months of our lease for that car. this was a lot of money for us to spend so i want to be sure it was worth it.
  • So no rebates any longer? no under invoice deals to be had on loaded 05 touregs?
  • uafly1uafly1 Posts: 25
    I just purchased a 2005 Base, Shadow Blue with the dark gray leatherette. Traded my 2005 Pathfinder LE. Price was $34,500. Took a hit on the trade as it only had 500 miles on it. Should have gone with VW in the first place. The T-reg does appear to be a little sluggish not sure if because the Pathfinder had a bigger engine. Over all the experience was fine. Can't complain about the price. Payment are only $4 more month.
  • panzerpanzer Posts: 125
    Congratulations. Was the new Pathfinder that bad? You definitely have a machine to be proud of now. Sluggish. Remember, you are moving maybe 800 pounds more truck with about 80 percent of the power. You will find it keeps momentum pretty well, but needs a bit more time to get to speed.
  • uafly1uafly1 Posts: 25
    I actually gave up a 1999 Volvo C70 that was a great little car. Hated the Pathfinder, was made on the drive home. Love the T-reg. Can't wait to go driving. And over all the price was not to bad.
  • bradsterbradster Posts: 6
    I am going to purchase a 05 T-reg in the next few weeks. I test drove the V-8 a few months ago but want to test the V-6 before I make a decision.

    Is the dealing receiving any cash back from the manufacture? I live in SoCal is it possible to get this vehicle under invoice?

    Thanks much
  • panzerpanzer Posts: 125
    Local Dealers in Colorado are offering $5000 off, including the $1000 loyalty money. So, it seems there is some incentive from VW to get them pretty close to invoice. I bought mine this time last year and paid invoice plus 350 dealer handling. Prices got better in the summer, but selection on the lots was pretty poor.
  • I got an offer from a VW dealer in VA for 38.4K for V6 Package 4.
    I told the dealer I was looking to pay 36K. Is 38.4k a good deal?

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