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Hi all,

This week VW have changed to their Q3 finance offer which is now £1500 manufacturer contribution across all Tiguan models. Has anyone that is still awaiting delivery contacted their dealer to ask if there will apply the additional £500? If so what did they say?
 

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I would imagine there'll be a 500 pound drop in dealer discounts to compensate for this
 

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I read it as up to 1500 apart from 1000 pounds for SEL and RLine, when bought with PCP finance.
 

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niggly58 said:
I read it as up to 1500 apart from 1000 pounds for SEL and RLine, when bought with PCP finance.
The SEL and R-Line exclusion is removed in the new offer. It's £1500 across the range
 

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Their current page must be out of date.
Have you a link to the new offers?
 

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Thanks johnny5uk.
Good news- but still only if you take the car on PCP.
 

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When I bought mine last year they changed the contribution and apr, this was after I ordered and the dealer honoured the new rates/contribution. Meant I could have more extras for the same monthly figure.
 

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Too late now for me, but my dealer told me at the time that if the contribution went up, then I would get it and it would not drop below the rate offered at time of purchase
 

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Good to know, thanks. I recently ordered and have an unconfirmed build week of w34. I'll be looking to ensure that additional £500 contribution benefits me not the dealership's margin!
 

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When exactly did this rate change? Was it Monday 3rd? As that when I collected my Tiguan and they did not mention it (even that I distinctly recall that saleman stating at the time of ordering, that if the rate change to one more favourable to the customer then they would pass it on and it was less favourable then they would suck it up at the time of collection) ?

Now that I've signed the paperwork, I presume its too late for me now?
 

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Hi

Yes the new offer went on the VW website on Monday. If I were you I would do everything I could to have that amended.
 

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Once you have signed the paperwork you have agreed the terms and conditions. You must accept that any changes to the offers subsequent to your signature will not apply. Prices for all commodities change all the time and unless there are specific clauses to cover price changes, you pay the price agreed on completion.
 

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niggly58 said:
Once you have signed the paperwork you have agreed the terms and conditions. You must accept that any changes to the offers subsequent to your signature will not apply. Prices for all commodities change all the time and unless there are specific clauses to cover price changes, you pay the price agreed on completion.
I think there is basis for him to escalate it with VW if need be as the offer was in place at the time he paid for the car. I would agree with what you say if the offer had come out a day later even, but the offer was available when he signed his paperwork.
 

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Spoke to my dealer and he will be applying the new offer, so more money off 😁
 

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Just to circle back on this one. My supplying dealer passed on the additional £500 finance contribution now available on my PCP financed SEL ordered in June. Should pick it up this Saturday - can't wait!
 

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You would hope the offer is from when you actually sign the finance agreement.
 

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When did everyone sign their finance papers? Was it when placing the order?
Just asking as thinking of taking the discount then withdrawing from the pcp.
 

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You have 14 days after drawdown of the funds (ie when you take delivery) to withdraw from the pcp. You will obviously need alternative funds to pay it off 😊
 

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Windrush VW are offering 4k ...on all variations of Tiguan!

They have a good stock too!

Also a whopping 12k contribution on the Toureg!!! :eek:
 
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