Lease immediately available VW Polo for only 229 euros gross

The Polo has been part of the VW range for almost exactly 47 years. The sixth generation of the small car is now available, which has been on the market since 2017 and only received a comprehensive facelift last year. The series used to be known for its spartan equipment, but today the Polo inspires with just as much comfort as a Golf.
But that also has its price. At least 19,925 euros are due for a VW Polo. In leasing, however, the small car is currently available at attractive conditions.

At (cooperation partner of AUTO BILD) the VW Polo 1.0 TSI with 95 hp is available to private customers from EUR 229 gross per month. Commercial customers pay at least 189 euros net per month. In order to realize these installments, no one-time special payment is necessary.

In order to get the best conditions, both private and business customers have to take out a leasing contract with a term of 48 months, including 10,000 kilometers per year. Under these conditions, the total leasing costs for private customers amount to EUR 12,181 gross (EUR 229 times EUR 48 plus EUR 1189), business customers have to calculate EUR 10,071.16 net over four years (EUR 189 times EUR 48 plus EUR 999.16).

In both examples, the gross transfer costs of EUR 1189 are already included. If you choose a shorter term or more free kilometers per year, the leasing rate can sometimes increase significantly. (maintenance costs to calculate? To the car insurance comparison!)

Top-of-the-range polo available immediately

Since the VW Polo on offer is a warehouse car that is immediately available, the equipment can no longer be changed. In addition to the sporty look of the top R-Line equipment, the digital instrument cluster, LED headlights, stylish aluminum rims, adaptive cruise control, the Discover Media navigation system and a reversing camera are also on board.

As a contrast to the high level of equipment, there is the weakest petrol engine available in this version, the 1.0 TSI with 95 hp. The three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine sends its power to the front wheels via a manual five-speed gearbox, enabling the small car to sprint from 0 to 100 km/h in 10.8 seconds.

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