7 of the best Volkswagen cars

Wondering which Volkswagen is right for you? Renowned for being some of the most popular cars around – you can’t go wrong with a Volkswagen.

In a time when cars were considered a luxury, Volkswagen (VW) was originally founded in 1937. VW were on a mission to create a car that was affordable and more accessible for everyone.

Today the German car brand have a diverse collection of vehicles ranging from city cars to hatchbacks to estates to SUVs. The manufacturer even has a range of electric and hybrid models for those who are looking to go green.

If you're considering leasing a Volkswagen, we offer a range of VW lease deals. Here are seven of the best Volkswagen cars that you can lease now with Carparison.

Volkswagen Polo

1. Volkswagen Polo

One of the best superminis around, the Volkswagen Polo came out in 1975 and has been successful ever since.

Showcasing a sporty character, the small car has some big features. It’s well-built, smart, and easy to drive, making it an attractive option for a lot of drivers.

From air conditioning to a media system and a driver-friendly digital cockpit, the Polo’s slick interior comes fully equipped. Along with navigation, connectivity and an array of driver assistance systems, the compact car has all the intelligent gadgets you could possibly need.

A breeze to drive around and affordable to run, the Volkswagen Polo is an excellent option if you’re looking for an entry-level option for your car lease.

Volkswagen Tiguan

2. Volkswagen Tiguan

When it comes to family cars, the Volkswagen Tiguan is the must-have family SUV and it’s the German brand’s best-selling model too.

This family wagon has had heads turning since its 2007 launch. But the most recent exterior showcases a confident design with precise lines, pronounced shoulders and an expressive silhouette. While the spacious interior provides plenty of room for passengers and cargo and it has multiple safety features available to help keep everyone safe.

In the Tiguan, there’s a 10.25-inch digital display and you have access to state of the art technology to keep all occupants entertained. There’s even a Wi-Fi hotspot that allows your passengers to be online.

We know that life can be complicated so if you’re looking to lease a car that’ll fit into family life as smoothly as possible, the Volkswagen Tiguan is the car you need.

Volkswagen Golf

3. Volkswagen Golf

Described as the perfect companion for everyday life, the Volkswagen Golf is popular worldwide and continues Volkswagen’s tradition of quality.

Now onto the eighth generation, the Volkswagen Golf has come a long way and is the first VW model to feature the e-TSI engine with mild hybrid technology, so if you want to enjoy a powerful engine along with the benefits of an electric car, the VW Golf is the one for you.

The sporty and stylish car has been designed to make you feel at home, with ambient lighting and its smart, modern design. You’ll find handy storage around the car to keep bottles of water or your phone close by.

If you want something practical, the VW Golf has enough room for your weekly shopping or a small buggy. Like most hatchbacks, you can split and fold the rear seats 60:40, so you can expand your boot capacity if need be.

Responsive, intuitive and good value for money, the Volkswagen Golf is a great option if you’re thinking of car leasing.

Volkswagen ID.3

4. Volkswagen ID.3

If you’re thinking of electric car leasing, why not consider the German manufacturer’s affordable long-range electric car, the VW ID.3? With a claimed range of up to 347 miles if you opt for the 77kWh battery.

The first model from the ID range, the VW ID.3 looks to make the transition to an electric car much easier. With flexible charging options, the pure electric car can be charged up anywhere to keep you going. 

In terms of technology, all ID.3s come with a 10-inch touchscreen, a sat nav comes as standard, and it’s compatible with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. There’s also a voice command so you can access the tech features you need in just seconds.

There’s an optional panoramic glass roof that’s incredibly eye-catching, and the use of high-quality materials ensures you have a comfortable interior to spend long journeys in. Ambient lighting can be used to set the mood, which is a nice touch if you want to create a relaxing environment. 

One of the cheapest electric car lease deals you can currently get your hands on, there is lots to love about the Volkswagen ID.3. 

Volkswagen T-Roc

5. Volkswagen T-Roc

Manufactured in 2017, the Volkswagen T-Roc is a compact crossover SUV and has been a big seller across Europe and the UK. But what makes it such a strong option in the small SUV class?

The T-Roc has a sharpened SUV design that’s complemented by its LED highlights, chrome strips and finishing touches, giving it a powerful presence on the road.

The interior doesn’t disappoint either, it’s filled with high-quality equipment, including a digitalised cockpit and an 8-inch touchscreen display. Plus, the multi-function steering wheel allows you to answer a call or adjust the audio, so driving has never been so easy.

There’s lots of head and leg room for you and your passengers, both in the front and the rear. The boot is practical with 445 litres to play with – if you’re away for the weekend, it should be able to swallow the whole family’s belongings and any extra gear.

One of the most comfortable cars in its class, while its cabin and big boot are suitable for families, the Volkswagen T-Roc makes a fine lease car.

Volkswagen Up

6. Volkswagen Up!

Cute looks, low running costs, and inexpensive insurance, if you want a little city car that’s dependable and cheap to run, Volkswagen’s smallest car will be right up your street. 

Its compact size and tight turning circle will allow you to navigate narrow streets and tight spaces easily. Plus it’s entertaining to drive and is zippy around town. 

The Volkswagen Up has had many changes since it was first introduced in 2011. It now has a phone dock which allows your phone to become your navigation screen and you’ll have quick access to your playlists and contacts. There’s also a USB connector to ensure your phone is always charged up. 

Its boot is surprisingly roomy, so you’ll easily be able to fit in a pram or a large suitcase. Plus, the seats can be folded down to offer extra room if needed. 

The Volkswagen Up is the perfect option if you’re looking at personal car leasing, especially if you’re wishing to stick to a budget.

Volkswagen ID.4

7. Volkswagen ID.4

The Volkswagen ID.4 is an attractive electric car and one that would be a compelling option for your next electric car lease.

First launched in 2020, the ID.4 is the sibling to the electric ID.3 hatchback. With the ID standing for Intelligent Design, the ID.4 is a smart piece of kit. It has a turning circle of a small compact car, it’s packed with clever technology, and it looks great – both on the inside and out. 

There are five battery variants, the biggest can provide up to 328 miles of range and the smallest is capable of up to 223 miles which is still a pretty decent range. So, you’ll be able to comfortably drive to work, take the kids to school beforehand and get home again with no issues. 

The VW ID.4 would be a great option for your next business lease, especially if you’re looking to make the switch to electric.

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Laura Henley

Laura Henley

Laura is a Digital Copywriter in our (award-winning) marketing team, tasked with keeping you up to date with all the latest industry news and gossip. With a wealth of experience under her belt, there's no one better to keep you entertained and informed.