Volkswagen Guaranteed Value is the safe way to keep your options open. In just a few steps you'll be driving away in your new Volkswagen, secure in the knowledge of the minimum value it will retain at the end of your term. Plus, you don't have to lock yourself into anything that will restrict your options down the track - what you do at the end of the term is up to you. Yes, that means we'll carry the risk, so you don't have to.
How it works
First, you pay a flexible deposit - we'll work out an amount you're comfortable with. Your trade-in may even cover this. Then, we need to decide how many kilometres you will do every year, 20 000km, 25 000km, or 30 000km and choose how many months you want to make your fixed monthly payments - 24, 36 or 48 months. Based on these number we will come up with a guaranteed future value for your Volkswagen and then structure a finance deal with monthly repayments At the end of your contract you have three options:
The best part of Volkswagen Guaranteed Value is that it's so easy to get into the latest, greatest Volkswagen! You can upgrade your vehicle at the end of your term by simply trading in your old vehicle for a brand new one under the Volkswagen Choice program to continue your journey.
Fallen in love? Can't bear to be parted? If that's the case, you can purchase your vehicle outright for the Guaranteed Future Value price you locked in at the start of the contract. Or we can help you refinance that amount if you have the intention of keeping your vehicle at the end of that period.
So long as you've kept to your agreed kilometres and taken good care of your vehicle, you can just return your vehicle to your Volkswagen dealership and know that we'll pay you the agreed Guaranteed Future Value amount. Couldn't be simpler!
Fair Wear and Tear
To protect your guaranteed minimum future value, your Volkswagen must be in an acceptable condition when you return it to us, and be within your stipulated kilometre limit. Reasonable fair wear and tear from every-day use is only to be expected, but needs to stay within the guidelines set in your contract. A detailed document will be supplied to you when you sign your contract, but some guidelines are indicated below:
for more information on the Fair Wear and Tear Guide