Van Lease – Transporter V Transit Custom
Do you need a van for your business?
Have you a passion for sports vans?
Do you need lots of space for your large family?
Whichever it is, you know you’re buying, but which one?
At Swiss Vans, our two best sellers are the Volkswagen Transport Kombi and the Ford Transit Custom. It’s clear to see why….
Choosing is easy for some.
Once a die hard VW fan, always a die hard VW fan?
Could you be tempted over to the dark side with a Ford?
Van Lease: VW Kombi or a Ford Transit Custom Double Cab?
The Ford Transit Custom Double-Cab-In-Van Limited 310 130ps
This top of the range ‘Limited’ Spec gives a luxurious feel. It’s packed with extras and features to sway you:
- 16″ Alloys
- Rear privacy glass
- Heated seats
- Digital radio with steering wheel controls
- Body coloured body mouldings, bumpers and door handles
So we know it looks good, but how does it perform?
The 2.0 130ps has a max payload of 1275kg. This means you can carry 11,200 more tea bags than you could in the VW Kombi! Handy!
It’s super efficient ECOnetic engine can give you 45.6 mpg. To make life easier there a wide load side door, giving access to 3.5 cu.m of load space. The front and rear parking sensors make parking a breeze.
Tempted yet? The price might just do it for you. At Swiss, we can arrange finance lease on this vehicle from as little as £255 a month. (£2500 deposit, 47 x £255, plus final balloon figure).
So, if the Ford is giving you all you need, why pay more for a VW?
Volkswagen Kombi T32 150ps Highline.
Volkswagen vans are iconic, they draw a loyal fan base of both business and leisure users.
Their popularity means they hold a high resale value. Swiss have these Kombi Vans available on finance lease from £289 a month (£2500 deposit, plus final balloon figure).
So is it worth the extra?
The 2.0 BlueMotion 150ps is capable of 47 mpg.
The Highline is an impressive specification. The T32 gives you
- 17″ alloys as standard
- Leather trim steering wheel and gearknob
- Rear parking sensors.
- The T32 has a max payload of 1240kg.
The VW name has always been associated with reliability, you can’t put a price on that.
The VW Kombi will cost your more, but will be worth more when you come to trade in. For a lower payment, you’re gaining the extra payload, the parking sensors, and heated seats in the Custom. Is this enough to convince you to move away from the VW badge?
Only you can decide. Swiss always carry a stock of both, so you can have your new Kombi or Custom on your drive in as little as 2 weeks.