Cars You can own a Volkswagen Up GTI for £139 a month

19:46  14 february  2018
19:46  14 february  2018 Source:   motoringresearch.com

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But to this, Volkswagen contributes a further £ 500 – and then it’s four years of paying just £ 139 a month , at 4.8 percent representative APR. 2018 Volkswagen Up GTI first drive. The final payment is £ 4,559 and the total amount paid is £ 14,595.

It concerns the new Up GTI , the kinda/sorta saviour of the performance car world, which you can now have for a mere £ 139 a month . You ’ll need to lay down a £ 3,493.38 deposit first, to which VW will contribute £ 500.

The Volkswagen Up GTI could be the cult pocket rocket of 2018. Fresh from rave reviews (and a GQ Car Awards 2018 gong), VW has opened ordering for the sporty new GTI in UK dealers, with prices starting from £13,750.

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The 2018 Up GTI has arrived in UK showrooms and Volkswagen UK is celebrating the occasion with an impressive PCP finance offer. VW UK gives you the chance to buy the smallest GTI in its range from just £ 139 per month , thanks to the brand’s latest PCP finance offer.

2018 Volkswagen Up GTI first drive review - Продолжительность: 4:02 Auto Trader40 402 просмотра. 2018 VW Up GTi (Driving) - Продолжительность: 5:34 TestDriven4 522 просмотра.

And while this is already something of a bargain for the 115hp junior hot hatch that does 0-62mph in 8.8 seconds, Volkswagen has heaped on yet more appeal with a tantalising launch PCP car finance offer.

The four-year, 10,000-miles-per-year deal requires a customer deposit of £3,493. But to this, Volkswagen contributes a further £500 – and then it’s four years of paying just £139 a month, at 4.8 percent representative APR.

2018 Volkswagen Up GTI © Provided by Motoring Research 2018 Volkswagen Up GTI The final payment is £4,559 and the total amount paid is £14,595. In other words, you fork out just £845 over four years for the privilege of owning a corker of a GTI for so little per month.

What’s not to like?

The standard equipment haul on all UK cars includes 17-inch alloys, air con, heated seats (trimmed in retro Jakara Red trim), five-inch touchscreen Composition Colour radio with Bluetooth and USB, red ambient lighting and front fog lights with cornering function. It also has a six-speed manual gearbox.

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The new VW Up ! GTI is back to basics driving fun with its powerful engine and small dimensions making it a joy out on the open road. With a finance package that'll set you back just £ 139 a month , pound-for-pound it's one of the most enjoyable cars on sale today.

WELCOME to the 2018 Volkswagen Up ! GTI – and now for the news. You don’t need to be Albert Einstein to do the maths – owning a really expensive, thirsty, super fast car doesn’t add up . With a PCP deal available with a £ 3,500 deposit and £ 139 a month payments you could argue the pocket

Buyers can pick from a choice of period 1970s Golf GTI-style colours: white, red, dark silver metallic and black pearl – and the roof of the white, red and silver ones can optionally be finished in contrast black.

2018 Volkswagen Up GTI © Provided by Motoring Research 2018 Volkswagen Up GTI The 1.0-litre TSI turbo engine is also fitted with an exhaust particulate filter, which reduces particulate exhaust emissions by up to 95 percent. Add in NEDC combined fuel economy of 58.9mpg and 110g/km CO2 and the proposition becomes even more tantalising.

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