Volkswagen Offering Great Lease Deals on 2012 Models
Volkswagen is offering deals on both the 2011 and 2012 models. With pricing nearly identical, it makes more sense to lease the 2012 model.
In most cases, you'll only be paying an extra $10 per month for the newer model.
Surprisingly, with the Volkswagen Eos, you'll actually pay $10 less for the 2012 model.
Unfortunately there are no lease deals on the fuel-efficient diesel models; which makes sense considering there's large demand for those vehicles.
These lease deals expire August 31st. If you're considering buying a competing model, you may want to wait to see if incentives rise as some experts are predicting.
According to our calculations, all of these lease deals are a great bang for your buck so you really can't go wrong with these.
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