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VW offers zero per cent finance on e-Golf

Wednesday, 15th May, 2019 4:27pm

Volkswagen’s e-Golf is now available, for a limited period only, with 0 per cent PCP finance, making this car more affordable and more accessible than ever before.

Plus, customers wishing to move into the new Volkswagen ID. will be able to do so easily, thanks to a special new two-year PCP solution.

The e-Golf is available in two specifications, the e-Golf and the e-Golf Executive Edition.

The latter model adds even more equipment to the already generously- equipped model, with 17 inch Madrid alloy wheels, LED tail lights, a full leather interior, active info display, a rear-view camera and keyless access.

The e-Golf starts from €35,995 after Government incentives and now with 0 per cent PCP starts from as little as €349 per month. The e-Golf Executive Edition offers the ‘ultimate e-Golf’ and costs from €39,495 or with 0 per cent PCP from as little as €379 per month.

Mindful that potential e-Golf owners might want to transition into the new ID. range when this product begins to land in Ireland, Volkswagen is now offering a special two-year PCP solution on the e-Golf. This costs from €399 per month on the e-Golf and €489 per month on the e-Golf Executive Edition.

“Customers of the e-Golf can save around €50 per month by driving this model compared to a 1.6 litre diesel Golf of similar specification,” said Volkswagen Ireland Head of Marketing, Mark McGrath.

“And with this new two-year PCP product customers can get into the e-Golf now and then readily move into the new ID. products.”

The ID. range will include hatchback, SUV and MPV models, with the first of these models, for now named ID. Neo, set to be revealed later this year.

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