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VW Commercials offer zero per cent finance for 192

Wednesday, 5th June, 2019 3:59pm

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles has recently announced its 192 plans, among the best offers available in the Irish market.

VW say the new offers are designed to give buyers the best possible choice to suit their needs and represent the best choice for motorists considering a purchase of a commercial vehicle between now and the end of July.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles (VCV) will offer a contribution of up to €4,000 towards an order which can be combined with a market leading HP rate of 0 per cent. Additional offers include Ireland’s only commercial vehicle PCP solution and Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles’ own leasing offer from €45 per week with no upfront deposit.

2019 has seen Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles increase both in volume and market share. The main reasons for the continued success are attributed to the Caddy, Ireland’s best-selling vehicle year to date and the Crafter which has increased by nearly 90 per cent (year-on-year).

In anticipation of a growing commercial vehicle market, VCV has also invested in stock on the ground with over 50 per cent more stock than 2018 ensuring a quicker response to customer demand.

Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles is preparing a new service offer at €259 (excl. VAT) for all models which includes the replacement of engine oil, all filters, brake fluid, free AdBlue refills for 12 months from the date of service, free tyre insurance and 12 months free roadside assistance.

For vehicles registered in 2011 or before, all service and repairs have 20 per cent off and when you combine this saving with the economy parts range which offers up to 50 per cent reduction compared to the genuine parts range, customers can avail of great savings when it comes to maintaining their vehicle.

Alan Bateson, Managing Director at Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles said: “We are having an exceptional year in 2019 and we want to continue this and give Irish commercial vehicle drivers and owners the best offers in the Irish market, with our own bank offering; 0 per cent HP, PCP and lease options. When you consider that you can then add up to €4,000 in savings on top of this, we believe that our offers are the best possible.

“Most manufacturers quote ‘or, up to’ when they advertise a low HP rate and a cash savings, we are different, we don’t say ‘or’. We will allow customers to combine both, the lowest rate 0 per cent HP and savings of up to €4,000, that’s what makes it special. On top of this we have a high loan approval acceptance rate which has grown again this year and if the customer does not want to put down a deposit, they can choose our new lease product where there is no deposit required and they can be on the road for just €45 per week.”

All Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles are available to test drive before purchase with a 24 hour ‘try before you buy’ test drive.

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