Volkswagen Golf Lease

Best Volkswagen Golf Personal & Business Lease Deals

The Volkswagen Golf hatchback is an excellent contract hire family car, while the newer Golf Estate is perfect if you want more practicality. Eco-conscious drivers can opt for the Electric e-Golf, a high-performance model that produces zero CO2 emissions. And then there's the Volkswagen Golf Alltrack. It's a muscular version of the Golf and makes light work of off-road adventures. We've rounded up the best Volkswagen lease deals for the Golf here to make your life easier.

The VW Golf range is made up of the Golf hatchback, the new Golf Estate, and the eco-friendly e-Golf. Volkswagen Golf leasing deals come with a range of trim options. The R-Line is the top-end hatchback trim, featuring heated front seats, sat-nav and climate control. The high-performance Golf GTI has its own set of upgrades and options, as does the premium GTD model. Customers can expect 18- or 19-inch alloy wheels, a stylish interior finish and touchscreen infotainment system. The SEL is the range-topping e-Golf trim with a wide range of features including a range estimator for the battery level. 

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Leasing a Volkswagen Golf

History of the Volkswagen Golf

The original Volkswagen Golf came out in 1974. It was a replacement for the famous VW Beetle and soon cemented its own iconic status, going on to become one of the few vehicles to win the European Car of the Year award twice. Later variants included the roomier Golf Estate and Golf SV, while the rugged 4motion all-wheel-drive Alltrack became a popular choice for city slickers who enjoy weekend hiking adventures. The first electric Golf appeared in 2014, with later spin-offs including the Golf GTE plug-in hybrid.

Volkswagen Golf Engines and Performance

The VW Golf hatchback has a 1.0-litre TSI petrol engine with 148hp, and a six-speed manual gearbox. For extra performance, the TDI 150 R Line comes with a powerful 2.0-litre engine and 4Motion - VW’s all-wheel-drive system. The e-Golf uses an electric motor producing 136hp. It has a one-speed automatic gearbox and an official WLTP range of 144 miles. The Golf eTSI 150 Life mild-hybrid model features a 48V lithium-ion battery for increased fuel economy. The Golf Alltrack has two engine options: the 1.8-litre petrol TSi, or the 2.0-litre diesel engine with either 150hp or 184hp and the DSG automatic gearbox.

Volkswagen Golf Features

VW Golf safety features include smart cruise control, emergency braking and blind-spot monitoring. These intelligent systems work in tandem to be an extra pair of eyes on the road, taking pre-emptive action when necessary. This reduces the chances of collision and bumps to an absolute minimum. VW's Car-Net links smartphone apps to the infotainment touchscreen, while sat-nav provides regular traffic updates and other handy tips, including weather warnings and nearby petrol stations.

Volkswagen Golf Servicing and Warranty

Volkswagen recommends servicing your Golf yearly or every 12,000 miles. This will minimise the risk of breakdown and keeps your vehicle running at full efficiency. Every new car comes with Volkswagen's manufacturer warranty. It's a three-year or 60,000-miles warranty on repairs in the UK and abroad.

Related Ranges from other Manufacturers

If you're looking to compare the Volkswagen Golf to similar ranges, check out our car leasing offers on the Audi A3 Sportback. The Honda Civic Saloon lease is worth considering if you want to keep costs down, while the BMW X1 lease deals share many similarities with the off-road Alltrack.


Finding a Volkswagen Golf Lease Deal with LeaseFetcher

LeaseFetcher brings together all the best VW Golf leasing offers from BVRLA brokers in England, Wales and across the UK. Our detailed search filters mean you can find an ideal lease hire within minutes. Search according to your unique driving needs, including annual mileage, fuel type, monthly rental costs, initial payment, and more. LeaseFetcher removes all the hassle of finding the right personal lease or business contract hire.


Frequently Asked Questions

Should I buy or lease a Volkswagen Golf?

Leasing can be a cost-effective alternative to buying a new car, such as a Golf R-Line. Lease customers never own the vehicle. Instead, they cover depreciation costs with an initial deposit and monthly payments. This means leasing can be cheaper than other types of car finance and you've got easy access to a brand new car that you might otherwise be unable to afford.

How much does it cost to lease a Volkswagen Golf?

Your estimated mileage will affect the cost of your lease hire. Engine specs, trim and excess mileage charges will also impact the overall cost. Road tax is included.