Well a 2020 is over a year old now, so the residual will be less versus a newer 2021. But it all depends on how much lease cash they're throwing at the 2020 to make up for that.I haven't looked into it since the asking prices are higher and there are no incentives specific to 2021s anyway. Worth asking, though.
Hard to tell how good the deal was. What was the MSRP? Is it a Golf or a Golf GTI?Hi all, I'm new to this forum and thought this would make a good post. I purchased the last brand new 2019 Golf S off the lot last week and thought I got a good deal. It has the rear spoiler, Bumperdillo and 2 year prepaid maintenance package. Dealer also swapped the stock 15" wheels for 16" alloys off a 2021 loaner. Those had snow tires with less than 5K miles on them and he threw in the brand new all-season tires that the loaner came with from the factory. So 16" instead of 15" alloys, brand new all season tires and snow tires with 5K miles on them.
Price was $20K even out the door / $18,550 before tax. What do y'all think?
It's a Golf 1.4T S with an MSRP on the sticker of $25,485 including Destination Charge.Hard to tell how good the deal was. What was the MSRP? Is it a Golf or a Golf GTI?
Congratulations, regardless! A new VW with the 2019 warranty of 6 years/72K miles will be very nice to have.