End of Month VW deals?

Hmmm, new incentives or just dealer bait?
Saw an ad for 2019 Tiguan, if one can slice off additional $500 or so off negotiated price, might be a good lease:

*VIN: 3VV1B7AX0KM135905 Based on MSRP of $26,060 (including destination
charges) for a new, unused 2019 Tiguan S for $147 a month excluding first

payment, title, tax, acquisition fee, options and dealer fees. $1,999 Due
At Signing. One at this offer, Stock# KM158500. Selling price is $
21,240,00. Acquisition fee of $675 is excluded in amount due at signing.
No trade in is required. At lease end lessees responsible for $0.20/mile
over 10,000 miles and excessive wear and tear. Closed-end lease for 36
months offered to highly qualified lessees on approved credit by Volkswagen
Credit. Additional charges may apply at lease end, including a disposition
fee ($395). Not all customers will qualify for credit approval or
advertised APR. See dealer for full details. Offer expires August
31st 2019.


Drive-offs end up being over $3,500 once you account for first months payment, acquisition fee, doc fee, registration, and tax on CCR.

Ends up being a $260/month $0 drive-off lease with tax it seems.

Compared to @rubbergash deal of 206 with 39m 7500/y, the 300 for the extra dmv renewal after month 36 he asks for, plus 1000 drive off equates to about 236. Add in the fact that mileage is only 7500 and it seems like this advertised deal without negotiating is already a better deal. Negotiate a bit and you’ve hacked a great deal.