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Have we any insight into financing terms for id4? Looks like most vw models offer 0 or 0.9%. Should we expect the same? My local CU has 2.29 for a 60 month as a backup but obviously prefer sub-1.

ps I’ve tried to reach the finance office at my dealer for weeks and just get voicemail and no call back.
 

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My dealer in Denver, Emich VW, gave me purchase quotes with 2.33% for a 60 month and 3.08% for a 72 month (and I have outstanding credit).
 

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0% financing is not always a good deal -
Never tell the dealer that you are paying cash -
or that you are putting cash down (ideally 20%) -
Don't ever tell the dealer how much you can pay per month. Negotiate the MSRP first -
Don't pay for unnecessary dealer fees -
 

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0% financing is not always a good deal -
Never tell the dealer that you are paying cash -
or that you are putting cash down (ideally 20%) -
Don't ever tell the dealer how much you can pay per month. Negotiate the MSRP first -
Don't pay for unnecessary dealer fees -
it is if you’re buying car at MSRP and financing anyways
 

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"Sign and Drive" financing offers posted for all other models.
  • 0%/72 months for Tiguan, Atlas, Arteon
  • 0%/60 months for GTI, Golf, Jetta, Passat

 
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