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Our Volkswagen lease deals are available to be delivered straight to your doorstep in the mainland UK, for both personal and business contract hire customers.

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Road Tax Included

Vehicle Road Tax is included in our Volkswagen lease deals for the entire duration of the contract. Meaning more peace of mind motoring and less stress.

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Full Manufacturers Warranty

Our Volkswagen lease deals come with the Full Manufacturers Warranty, meaning you can enjoy peace of mind when it comes to the health of your car and repairs. 

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Here at Stable Vehicle Contracts, we take pride in the fantastic leasing experience we offer. As such we have accumulated over 1,000 five-star reviews since 2009.

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Stable Vehicle Contracts was established in 2009 and is an industry leader in the supply of cars and commercial vehicles through leasing and contract hire in the UK. We are part of a large, privately owned, Volkswagen and Audi dealership group with over 25 sites.

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Volkswagen Lease Frequently Asked Questions

Anyone can lease a Volkswagen, provided they pass the required credit checks to be eligible and have a full UK driving licence. All of our Volkswagen models require a credit check and we generally advise our customers to have a good credit history in order to have the best chance of passing. When it comes to personal contract hire, this is the best type of contract for those after a Volkswagen lease for everyday use. Those who require a Volkswagen lease for their business activities will need to look into business contract hire, as this suits individuals who need it for work.

It's worth leasing a Volkswagen if you appreciate cars with a good value for money, as well as liking the VW lineup. The VW lineup includes iconic and popular cars such as the Golf hatchback, Passat estate, T-Cross and T-Roc compact SUVs, and finally, the larger Tiguan and Touareg SUVs. Volkswagen cars are known for being fuel-efficient, potentially leading to lower running costs, especially with the option of hybrid or electric models. Speaking of electric models, VW now has an extensive range of successful EVs (electric vehicles). This includes the popular ID.3 hatchback, ID.4 SUV, ID.5 SUV-coupe and the recently released ID.7 premium saloon. VW cars are focused on being fun to drive while being practical and versatile. They often come with a range of engine options and a host of safety features which are second to none. You also have performance variants of normal cars, such as the potent Golf R or the large but sporty Tiguan R. The GTX models are VWs EV performance models, with the ID.5 GTX being a dual-motor all-wheel-drive system that is designed to thrill.

With a Volkswagen lease, there is something for everyone. VW has done an excellent job in ensuring there is a vehicle to suit every occasion and situation. Starting from the smallest you have the popular VW Up and Polo superminis which are great city and urban cars. It also comes with a GTI variant which is a performance model boasting around 200 bhp. From there, you have the now iconic Golf hatchback (which also includes an estate model) which offers a bit more space. The Golf also comes in GTI, GTD and GTE variants which offer more performance. You also have executive cars such as the Arteon and Passat which are available in saloon and estate models respectively. Moving into the compact SUVs you have great all-rounders like the T-Cross, Taigo and T-Roc which are popular options. If you need more space you can move up to the larger VW Tiguan and Touareg. The Tiguan Allspace offers a 7-seater for large families. Volkswagen has been expanding on their electric cars as well, with the ID.3 remaining one of the most popular electric hatchbacks on the market.

Our Volkswagen lease contracts are typically from 24, 36 and 48 months long. In other words, two, three or four-year contracts. More often than not, 48 months is typically the smallest monthly payment, as it's spread across a longer amount of time. But this is not always the case and sometimes deals can be cheaper on 24 or 36-month contracts. It's best to check every single option when customising your Volkswagen lease contract, just to ensure you're getting the best deal for your budget.

As part of your contractual obligation, your vehicle will have to be serviced at a Volkswagen dealership once per year or when your VW tells you to have your vehicle booked in for a service. You can often include a maintenance package as part of your contract, meaning for a bit extra per month, your service fees are paid off monthly rather than in a lump sum once a year. You can read about the manufacturer's warranty here.

Stable Vehicle Contracts only offers brand new Volkswagen vehicles when it comes to leasing, both personal and business contract hire. Some leasing companies do offer used leasing deals but unfortunately, we do not. However, this should not be a problem thanks to the affordable costs of leasing. If you're after an in-stock vehicle, as used vehicles often are, our in-stock section on our website shows you all the current Volkswagen cars available with quick delivery. We're also part of a Volkswagen dealership group, meaning we can supply Volkswagen far quicker than other leasing companies can when it comes to stock vehicles.

This depends on the deals at the time. Typically, the smaller cars are often the cheapest Volkswagen cars to lease. An example would be the Volkswagen Up, Polo and Golf often commanding the lowest prices when it comes to lease deals. However, we often get very good deals on VWs like the T-Cross, Taigo, T-Roc and Tiguan that would rival the price of a Golf per month. The quickest way to find the cheapest Volkswagen lease deal is to scroll back to the top of this page and select your budget using the filter, or select the 'Price: Low to High' button on the right-hand side. Alternatively, signing up for our newsletter or following our social media means you can keep up to date with new VW lease deals when they come out.

Volkswagen is part of the Volkswagen AG, known as Volkswagen Group or VAG for short. If you're after a similar German car with a classy feel, rivals such as Audi, BMW and Mercedes-Benz are a great choice, as they offer a close build quality to VW. You also have brands like Toyota, Hyundai, Kia, Skoda, SEAT, CUPRA, Renault and Volvo who often have similarly priced cars, also with a similar build quality to Volkswagen. 

This is entirely dependent on the deals at the time. Sometimes there are some exceptional deals, with Golf models as low as £220 per month. Or a VW Tiguan for as low as £280 a month. However, these are often time-dependent, as stock is released and then once sold the prices rise again. The best way to keep an eye on the best and cheapest deals is to sign up for our newsletter or follow our social media channels. Then you can keep up to date with new VW lease deals when they come out.

These are all terms that you will see when it comes to Volkswagen vehicles For example, a Volkswagen Arteon model might be a 2.0 TDI 200 4Motion R-Line 5dr DSG. We'll explain what this means. 1.0, 1.5 or 2.0 refers to the size of the engine, 2.0-litres in this example. 200 is the number of bhp (horsepower) the engine produces. TSI stands for a petrol engine, while TDI stands for a diesel engine. 4Motion means the car has all-wheel drive (AWD). And finally, DSG simply means automatic gearbox. So the car in the example above is a 2.0-litre diesel 200 bhp all-wheel drive automatic.

Yes, Volkswagen cars generally have a good reputation for safety, as do most German-made vehicles thanks to their refined production facilities and long years of experience. Many Volkswagen models receive high ratings from independent organizations like the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in the US and the Euro NCAP in Europe. Volkswagen cars also come with the latest safety tech such as an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Stability Control (ESC), Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB), Blind Spot Monitoring and Lane Departure Warning. You should always feel safe when driving a Volkswagen, whichever car you choose to lease.

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