The Volkswagen Good as New event is taking place at EuroCanterbury between the 7th and 17th of May. Take advantage of EuroCanterbury's offer to make fantastic deposit contributions for VW buyers, ranging from £250 to £1,000, plus 3 years of servicing on all used Volkswagens!
If you’ve been waiting for the perfect moment to purchase a pre-loved Volkswagen, now is your chance. The Good as New event offers incredible savings of up to £1,000, as well as a range of useful warranty and servicing bonuses.
If the deposit contribution offering is not enough to convince you, don't forget that EuroCanterbury also includes superb extras on used cars as standard. Such as the Das WeltAuto programme which includes a 30-day ‘No Quibble’ exchange in case you change your mind, a 12 month warranty and 142-point check and 12 months’ roadside assistance – so you can count on your prized VW running as ‘Good as New' for even longer.
The Good as New deposit contributions are available with our Solutions Personal Contract Plan on the Volkswagen Up! and Polo (£250), the Golf, Beetle and Jetta (£500), the Passat, CC, Scirocco, Tiguan, Touran, Sharan, and Touareg (£1,000)... so you’ll have plenty of choice on your brand new (to you) car!
Pop in to see us at EuroCanterbury between the 7th and 17th of May and save yourself hundreds on a Good as New Volkswagen.
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Volkswagen has been working on its new budget range of cars since its first announcement in 2012. The new range will consist of three affordable estate cars, due for release soon.
Martin Winterkorn, CEO of Volkswagen, said at the Geneva Motor Show that another update is coming soon, and that the delay in release is due to Volkswagen’s engineers trying to find a way to keep the cost of the vehicle as low as possible.
Volkswagen Cutting Car Costs
It seems that Volkswagen is succeeding in keeping the costs down as the exciting new budget range is set to cost between just £4,335 and £5,060 (based on current Euro exchange), making it a more affordable option for many drivers. The new budget range will be based on an old model Volkswagen Golf and buyers will be able to choose from a saloon, an estate and an MPV version, each costing from €6,000 to €8,000.
Volkswagen is following in the footsteps of Renault, who released the budget Dacia back in 1998. The company saved costs by basing a budget model car on older Renault models and using refurbished parts to create a more cost efficient family car.
Going along the same route, Volkswagen’s budget range will have all the specifications of a top-of-the-range model, with air conditioning and side airbags optional to keep basic costs down. Features like front airbags and ABS will come as standard and the new engines will comply with EU6 emissions regulations.
Here’s hoping to a release date soon, the new budget Volkswagen range has been much anticipated and the company hopes to provide its high quality, reliable cars to a much wider audience, showing that, like the brand’s slogan, it really is ‘the people’s car’.
So keep an eye on EuroCanterbury if you're interested in test driving a budget Volkswagen in the near future!