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Lowest Price Guaranteed
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Road Tax & Roadside Assistance Included
FREE & Fast Delivery

Volkswagen Golf Estate1.5 eTSI 150 Life 5 Doors DSG

£0 ADMIN FEESOnly When You Lease With Vanarama

Vehicle Highlights

Fuel TypePetrol
Boot Capacity611 Litres
0-62mph8.7 Seconds
Sat Nav
Rear Parking Sensors
Cruise Control
Air Conditioning

Why Choose Vanarama?

  • Our unique Price Promise means we’ll find you the very best deal on your chosen vehicle. And if you do find a competitors’ quote we can’t beat, we’ll give you £100.Full terms and conditions can be found here.

  • If you change your mind up to 30 days after your vehicle has been delivered, you don’t have to worry! As long as haven't exceeded your mileage by 50 miles, we’ll collect it from wherever you are, free of charge.Full terms and conditions can be found here.

  • Unlike many of our competitors, we won’t charge you anything to arrange your lease. You simply pay your initial payment and monthly rentals and we'll cover the rest.

  • Delivering a 5-star service to you is at the heart of everything we do. That’s why we’re rated excellent on Trust Pilot for our customer service.

  • There's no need to worry about the hassle of collecting your vehicle. Once it's ready, we’ll get it delivered straight to your door, drama-free.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How Long Will My Vehicle Delivery Take?

    Delivery time really depends on several factors, including the vehicle you choose, whether it's in stock & if you're having accessories fitted. If your vehicle is in stock, available & already kitted out the way you want it, it could take as little as 2-3 weeks to be delivered.

    Can I Lease A Vehicle With Bad Credit?

    Leasing is a form of vehicle finance or credit, which means funders will look into your credit history when you apply to lease. If you’ve missed payments or cancelled finance in the past, these can negatively impact your credit score. Vanarama works with more than 10 potential funders & we’ll always try to match you with a funder to suit your needs.

    Can I Cancel A Lease Part Way Through?

    A lease contract can be cancelled by requesting an early termination. If you request this, the vehicle must be returned to the funder & you’ll pay a penalty fee - the amount varies depending on the funder & the type of lease agreement you have, but it could be more than 50% of all remaining payments. If you lease a car with us, you will be covered by Redundancy Protection. This means if due to an unexpected life event you are suddenly unable to afford your payments, we may be able to help. See more about this here.

    Which Businesses Can Lease Vehicles?

    In general, any business can lease a vehicle & benefit from the cost savings leasing offers - even new businesses.

    Can I Change My Annual Mileage Limit Mid-Contract?

    Yes, although the process will depend on which funder your lease is with & if you are eligible to do so. If you think your mileage limit needs changing, call us straight away so we can discuss your options.

    What Is The Shortest Lease Contract I Can Take?

    The shortest lease term available from Vanarama is 2 years, up to a maximum term of 5 years.

    How Does Fair Wear & Tear Work?

    If your lease contract requires you to hand your vehicle back at the end, it will be inspected by the finance company for any damage that isn’t considered ‘fair wear & tear’. The odd bump, scratch or scuff is fine - after all, you could have been driving this vehicle for up to 5 years - excessive damage is not & penalties are often charged to repair it.

  • Is the Volkswagen Golf Estate a good car?

    It is for the same reason that the smaller-booted Golf is: it’s a comfortable, very well built and conservatively stylish family hatchback. And so you add extra practicality to that and, viola, a very useful family car that doesn’t take up much space on the road. And nor is it a crossover SUV, which is a bonus for plenty of buyers.

    What engines does the Golf Estate come with?

    Your basic petrol choice is 1.0-litre TSI with 110hp and returning between 47.9mpg and 53.3mpg, or a 1.5 TSI petrol with either 130hp or 150hp and giving you 45.6mpg to 51.4mpg, officially. There’s no GTI version, but there is an R model with a 320bhp 2.0-litre turbo, should you need to get your large loads places quickly. Diesel is well suited to an estate car and there are two of those, both 2.0 litres large with either 115hp or 150hp. They’re the most economical too, returning somewhere between 49.6mpg and 61.4mpg depending on model and gearbox; most of the engines are available with either a manual or a DSG automatic.

    Is the Volkswagen Golf Estate well-equipped?

    The Golf Estate range is a little more streamlined than the hatchback, meaning there are fewer models to choose from. This is no big deal though because all of them come with a lot of standard stuff. In order to give the latest Golf a techy vibe, all models come with twin digital displays incorporating the instruments and the infotainment controls - and even ‘Car2X’ tech, a sort of car networking feature that helps avoid collisions and mitigate traffic jams. Alloy wheels are standard, as is adaptive cruise control, air conditioning and rain sensing wipers. There’s also an Alltrack version with underbody protection, making it a bit more countryside-friendly.

    Is the Volkswagen Golf Estate practical?

    Anyone who’s owned an older Golf will find no surprises here. That’s no problem though, because the Golf has always had lots of interior space, a decent amount of cabin storage and, in estate form, both an elongated wheelbase for improved legroom and a very versatile boot. Compared to the 380-litre boot of a standard Golf hatchback, the 605 litres of the Estate dwarfs it. Drop the rear seats and the capacity lifts to 1620 litres, and there are loads of versatility flourishes including a twin-floor, cargo nets and a ski hatch.

    Is the Volkswagen Golf Estate reliable?

    The latest Volkswagen Golf is a couple of years old now so we’ve had time to figure out if it lives up to the cast iron reputation of the versions that went before it. That does seem to be the case, with Golf owners reporting few mechanical issues, although the car did debut a new infotainment setup that has suffered a few electrical niggles. Most of these have been ironed out by now, and any issues that may arise are covered by Volkswagen’s warranty, and easily fixable with software updates.

Customise Your Lease

Is this for you, or for your business?
How many miles will you be driving a year?
6000 Miles
How long do you want your vehicle for?
48 Months - 4 Years
How much do you want to pay upfront?
9 Months - £3005.91 inc. VAT
Vehicle Options3-4 Month Delivery
Select Paint Colour:
Solid - Urano grey
Select Interior:
Maze cloth - Soul - leatherette door armrests and centre armrest, fabric door inserts
Add Vanarama Service Plan (Our Maintenance Package):£38.39 Per Month inc. VAT


Processing Fee:
Initial Payment:
£3005.91 (inc. VAT)
Contract Length:
48 months
Annual Mileage:
6000 miles
Vanarama Service Plan:
Solid - Urano grey
Trim / Interior:
Maze cloth - Soul - leatherette door armrests and centre armrest, fabric door inserts
3-4 Month Delivery
3 Years Manufacturer Or 60000 Miles
Road Tax:
Roadside Assistance:
PM inc. VAT
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