Brand New 2019 Volkswagen Arteon uk deals

Compare brand new 2019 Volkswagen Arteon prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £4344 from our dealers. Our 2019 Volkswagen Arteon deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Volkswagen manufactures 12 model variants.

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Manual Diesel 2.0TDI 150 SS 5 2.0 150 112 £34040 Save £6569
DSG Diesel 2.0TDI 150 SS 5 2.0 150 118 £35440 Save £6720
DSG Petrol 1.5TSI EVO 150 SS 5 1.5 150 136 £33320 Save £6491
DSG Petrol 2.0TSI 272 SS 5 2.0 272 159 £39640 Save £7137
DSG Diesel 2.0TDI 190 SS 5 2.0 190 121 £36790 Save £6866
DSG Diesel 2.0TDI 190 SS 5 2.0 190 133 £38630 Save £7027
DSG Petrol 1.5TSI EVO 150 SS 5 1.5 150 136 £34105 Save £6576
Manual Diesel 2.0TDI 150 SS 5 2.0 150 112 £34825 Save £6654
DSG Diesel 2.0TDI 150 SS 5 2.0 150 118 £36225 Save £6805
DSG Petrol 2.0TSI 272 SS 5 2.0 272 160 £40425 Save £7221
DSG Diesel 2.0TDI 190 SS 5 2.0 190 121 £37575 Save £6951
DSG Diesel 2.0TDI 190 SS 5 2.0 190 133 £39415 Save £7112
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The old CC model was priced just below potential rivals like BMW's 4 Series Gran Coupe and Audi's A5 Sportback. This Arteon is priced just above them - or at least it will be at launch anyway.

Expect to pay in the £31,000 to £40,000 bracket for the various engines on offer, with most customers likely to opt for the 150 and 240PS 2.0 TDI models. If in future, Volkswagen's UK distributor decides to flesh out the range with more affordable engines, that could change.

Wolfsburg's 150PS 1.5 TSI EVO Petrol unit from the Golf is also available. Buyers are offered 'Elegance' and 'R-Line' trim options (the latter with sports suspension).

Either way, there's loads of kit provided as standard - as you'd expect for the money being asked. Predictably, the Arteon gets the same Active Info Display digital instrument display that's optional on the Golf.

It works well, apart from the 'gesture control' functionality - which is awkward to activate. As for safety, there's a barrage of camera-driven standard features. Autonomous braking naturally makes the kit list, as does 'Emergency Assist' which merges ACC (Adaptive Cruise Control), Side Assist, Lane Assist and Park Assist into one system.

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