Best van deals A-Z November 2020

The latest finance deals and offers from the UK's new van and pick-up truck market

If you're a business owner that needs a van or pick-up truck, manufacturers offer plenty of ways to get you behind the wheel. There are offers available whether you're buying on finance or with cash, and landing the right financial deal will be essential for smart business owners. Here we've rounded up the finance deals on offer that can help you to keep costs down on your new van or pick-up.

While buying a van outright is one option, it's not necessarily the best deal financially if your outgoings and income are limited. If you secure a van or pickup on finance, then you have the option of upgrading to the latest model when your deal is up for renewal. That means you'll have a well turned out new van every few years that will give customers a

Many manufacturers offer competitive deals for commercial vehicle users, with small deposit amounts and surprisingly affordable monthly costs. But there's more to these deals than simply offering low repayments, because maintenance and servicing deals and other incentives are likely to be the kind of sweeteners that will be included to tempt buyers into the van of their choice.

Here we'e compiled an A-Z rundown of commercial vehicle deals that are available today, although of course the current lockdown rules mean you won't be able to haggle any finance deals in person. All of these offers are as advertised by each manufacturer, and the figures quoted are excluding VAT, because it will typically be reclaimable for business users, while the finance figures here are a starting point based on example figures provided by manufacturers.

A-Z of van and pick-up offers: November 2020

Citroen

There are a number of offers across the Citroen Berlingo, Dispatch, e-Dispatch and Relay van ranges, covering business contract hire, finance lease and cash purchases. And if you've got an old van to trade in, Citroen will offer a 'Swappage Bonus' of up to £10,000 on top of the value of your trade-in, depending on which van you're looking to buy.

The Berlingo Van (our current small van favourite, alongside its Vauxhall, Peugeot and Toyota siblings) is available on Citroen's Free2Move Lease plan, with business contract hire offers starting from £209 per month on a three-year plan, with a 6-month initial rental payment. This deal has a 10,000-mile annual mileage limit, and is available until 31 December. Go for a finance lease plan, and the Berlingo Van starts from £187 per month for a BlueHDi 100 Enterprise. Again, this is on a three-year deal with a 6-month initial rental, but there's also a balloon payment at the end of the term to keep the van, or you can just return it. This offer also runs to 31 December. If you're buying with cash, then you can add the 4 Year Business Class Package, which offers four years' servicing (up to 60,000 miles) and four years' roadside assistance for an extra £299.

The Dispatch is a car-like van to drive, and current offers mirror those of the Berlingo Van. The Free2Move Lease business contract hire deal on a 3-year/10,000-mile term with an initial 6-month payment starts from £245 per month, while a maintenance package can be added for an extra £14 per month. On a finance lease deal, the Dispatch is available from £225 per month, while cash buyers can also take advantage of the £299 4 Year Business Class Package.

If you're looking at the all-electric Citroen e-Dispatch, then the van qualifies for the Government's £8,000 plug-in electric van grant, which helps to bring the Free2Move Lease business contract hire monthly payments down. You'll be paying £339 per month (as well as a 6-month initial payment) on a 3yr/10k miles per year offer if you sign up before 31 December. Citroen also offers a maintenance package for an extra £9 per month.

The full-size Relay is available on the same terms as its smaller siblings, with monthly repayments starting from £295 per month if you take out a Free2Move Lease business contract hire plan. Finance lease starts from £275 per month, while the £299 4 Year Business Class Package is also available for cash buyers. And if you need something other than a Relay panel van, Citroen's finance offers also cover its Ready To Run conversions, including Tipper, Dropside, Luton, Curtainside, Low-Floor Luton and Box Van variants. These are slightly pricier, starting from £325-£403 per month, depending on which conversion you choose.

Fiat Professional

The range of Fiat Professional models, from the tiny Fiorino through the Doblo, Talento and Ducato, offers a van for all sizes, and some intriguing special body variants, especially on the Doblo. Fiat offers a number of finance schemes, including an advance payment plan, where you have a single payment up front, then at the end of the agreement you pay the balance remaining after the guaranteed minimum future value has been deducted.

The baby Fiorino is an old stager in the van market, but it fills a niche, and Fiat is tempting buyers with a Business Contract Hire offer that only requires buyers to stump up one initial rental to get behind the wheel. This offer is available on Tecnico trim models, and sees the 1.3 Multijet diesel version available for £195 a month over 48 months and with a 10,000-mile annual limit. Also available is Fiat Professional's 555 offer. This sees warranty, roadside assistance and servicing available for five years (or 100,000 miles) for any retail purchase of a Fiorino in Tecnico or Sportivo trims.

The Doblo is a small van that comes in a variety of body styles, including the Work Up pick-up. As with the Fiorino, you can have it with the 555 offer in Tecnico and Sportivo trims only, while Fiat Professional's single initial rental offer also applies. In two example contract hire offers, you can have the Cargo Maxi 1.6 Multijet 105 Tecnico for £225 per month on a four-year plan with a 10,000-mile annual mileage limit, or you can have the 120 engine in the same spec for £229 a month.

Moving up to the Talento, and again, if you can stump up one initial rental, then you can get behind the wheel on a 48-month finance term. For example, a 2.0 Multijet 145 Tecnico LWB can be had for £295 a month, while the same van with the Multijet 170 engine is £299 a month. These contract hire plans have a 10,000-mile annual limit. Go for a Tecnico or Sportivo trim Talento, and Fiat's 555 deal is available to you.

The 555 offer also applies to the Ducato in Tecnico and Sportivo trims, and there's a single initial rental offer for business contract hire buyers. Again, on a 48-month plan, you can drive a 2.3 Multijet 140 MWB high-roof Ducato for £319 a month, while going for the LWB version bumps that up to £329.

All of Fiat Professional's offers run until 31 December 2020.

Ford

With a wide range of vans and pick-ups available from Ford's Transit Centres, there's sure to be a Ford van to suit your business needs. Even better is that Ford's financial power means it can offer plenty of promotions across its entire range of vans and pick-ups. Among these is a four-year zero per cent APR finance deal that is running until 31 December on selected models bought via Ford Acquire. This hire-purchase offer sees you pay a 20 per cent deposit, which is then deducted from the price of the vehicle and you're left with your monthly repayments for the remaining 47 months. At the end of the term, there will be three options: either make a final (usually large) payment to keep the vehicle, return the vehicle, or use its value against the purchase of a new one. The four-year zero-per cent interest deal is available on selected models in the Fiesta Sport Van, Transit Connect, Transit Custom and Ranger pick-up ranges.

Elsewhere, the Fiesta Sport Van is also available from dealer stock on Ford Lease contract hire for £235 per month over 4 years, with 6 rentals up front.

The recently revised Transit Courier 1.5 TDCi 100PS Limited is also available on Ford Lease contract hire for just £193 per month. This is a 4-year deal and again requires 6 monthly rentals in advance. While the Courier doesn't qualify for the zero per cent Ford Acquire deal, there is 3.8% APR four-year deal available on the same model, which requires a deposit of £5,740 (helped by a combined customer saving and deposit contribution of £3,240), has monthly repayments of £189, with a final balloon payment of £3,770 at the end of the term.

Moving to the next Transit in the range, the Connect, the same 4-year contract hire terms are available on dealer stock of EcoBlue 120 Limited 200 models, which sees monthly repayments of £226. As well as the 0% Acquire scheme, there's also a balloon payment option offered on the Transit Connect 1.5 EcoBlue 120PS Limited 200 L1. There's 3.9 per cent APR with a £5,902 deposit, monthly repayments of £199 and a final payment of £4,848.

Sticking with the four-year terms, Auto Express's Van of the Year 2020, the Transit Custom, has some healthy finance options on offer. Go for a well-specced Transit Custom L1 H1 2.0 EcoBlue 130PS Limited 280 on Ford Finance Lease with balloon payment, and you can pay £241 a month over 4 years, with an 8,000-mile annual limit. This requires 9 advance monthly rentals (£2,169), while the final balloon payment after 48 months is £8,600.

If you're interested in the petrol-electric Transit Custom Plug-in Hybrid, there are a trio of offers available, and all include the £8,000 Plug-in Van Grant, which the Transit Custom PHEV qualifies for. On Ford Contract Hire, you can pay £353 a month over 4 years. This requires 6 advance monthly rentals (£2,118), and there's an annual 8,000-mile limit, while the offer is only available to business users. Via Ford Acquire there are monthly repayments of £330 and 0% APR, but the initial deposit is a lot higher at £13,349. The final balloon payment is £9,902. Finally, purchase via Ford Options (also at 0% APR), and you need a deposit of £12,149 and a final balloon payment of £9,902, while there are 48 monthly payments of £355.

The full-size Transit is available via Ford Contract Hire, with the EcoBlue 130PS 310 Limited L2 H2 Auto available for £326 per month over 4 years and with 6 advance rentals paid. There's a 9,000-mile annual limit. Go for Ford Acquire, and you can drive the same van for £299 per month over the same 4-year period. There's a £12,329 deposit and a final balloon payment of £7,900 to factor in as well.

Finally, the award-winning Ranger pick-up has special offers on its top-spec Wildtrak and Thunder limited edition variants. Go for a Wildtrak on Ford Finance Lease, and you pay £328 per month for 47 months, plus an advance of 6 monthly rentals and a 10,000-mile annual limit. Go for the same truck on Acquire, and as well as 0% APR and £4,400 combined dealer and deposit contributions, there are 36 monthly payments of £249, plus a final balloon payment of £12,443. The special edition Ranger Thunder can be had on a 3-year Ford Options plan with £2,000 deposit allowance taking your initial payment to £11,550. This results in monthly payments of £399, while the final payment is £13,160. There's a generous 12,000-mile annual limit, too. Go for the same truck on Contract Hire, and it's £369 a month for 4 years, but you need to find 9 advance monthly rentals (£3,321) to get behind the wheel.

Isuzu

It's a relatively niche maker, but that hasn't stopped Isuzu offering competitive Business Contract Hire deals on the D-Max pickup truck. The work-focused Utah model still comes reasonably well equipped, and it's available for £215 a month over 47 months if you stump up an initial rental of £2,580. Go more upmarket, and the D-Max Blade comes in at £245 a month on the same terms with a first rental of £2,940. Finally, the sporty looking D-Max XTR can be had for £275 a month with an initial rental of £3,300. All of these offers are available until 31 January 2021, but an annual 5,000-mile limit is a little short when compared with some rivals.

LEVC

Newcomer to the van market LEVC has teamed up with Lex Autolease to offer contract hire options to get behind the wheel of the new VN5 range-extending van. Come up with an initial payment of £4,653, and this innovative medium-sized van will cost £517 a month over 60 months. That's a pretty long finance deal to be tied into, although the 20,000-mile annual limit is attractive. It's worth noting that this finance offer is before the £8,000 Plug-in Van Grant is factored in, so you'll definitely be able to save on this.

Mercedes

With the demise of the X-Class, Mercedes is back to being a pure van manufacturer, with the small Citan, medium-sized Vito and large Sprinter. As well as the van offers below, Mercedes is also offering two services plus filter and brake fluid changes on all vans for £360 via its ServiceCare Maintenance plan until the end of December.

The small Citan can be had in 109 CDI Pure L2 spec for £149 a month on a 48-month Contract Hire agreement if you have a deposit of £3,003 to spare, which Mercedes will match with a £4,238 contribution. If you'd rather not hand the van back after the end of the term, then you can choose to purchase via Agility finance. This sees the deposit bump up to £5,009, but Merc's contribution is also up slightly at £4,588, while 48 monthly payments remain at £149. There's a 10,000-mile annual limit, while a final purchase price of £6,375 is offered at the end of the plan. If you want a Hire Purchase plan of up to 36 months, then 0% APR finance is available until 31 December for those able to come up with a 20% deposit, while Mercedes will provide a modest £250 deposit contribution.

Moving on to the Vito, and Mercedes offers a £1,114 deposit contribution if you pay a £4,400 advance rental on a front-drive 114 CDI Progressive L2 panel van. This will leave you with £299 a month to pay for 48 months, while you can only drive 10,000 miles each year. On Agility personal contract terms, you pay the same £299 a month over 48 months, but the deposit is £7,618 and you have a final payment of £8,875 if you want to keep the van. As with the Citan, Hire Purchase is available for buyers that can stump up a 20% deposit.

If a Vito Crew Van is more to your needs, then finance on this is similar to the standard Vito panel van above, but the costs are slightly higher. Contract Hire is £325 a month with an advance rental of £4,652, while Agility costs are £325 a month with a £8,267 deposit and optional purchase payment of £9,600.

As for the Sprinter, we're big fans of this big van, thanks to the sheer variety of body options available. Go for a more modest front-wheel drive 314 CDI Progressive L2 H2 model, and you can pay £365 a month on Contract Hire if you've stumped up an advance rental of £3,954. Again, there's a 10,000 mile annual limit, and your only option at the end of the 48 month agreement is to hand the van back. Pay the same £365 a month on Agility finance, and while the £10,193 deposit is a lot larger, you have the option of a final purchase payment of £10,375 to keep the van.

All of these offers are available until 31 December 2020.

Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi is making the most of its remaining time in the UK, and has offers on its 4x4 commercial vehicles, including deposit contributions of £2,000. Leading the charge is the L200 pickup, and if you go for the well-equipped Warrior model, you can get behind the wheel on a Contract Hire finance plan with an initial rental of £2,205 and 36 monthly payments of £245. There's an 8,000 mile annual limit, but that's 3,000 miles longer than Isuzu's limit for the D-Max. 

However, Mitsubishi does offer flexible finance where you can specify the length of the term, your annual mileage and the size of your initial rental payment. These flexible finance options are also available on the Outlander PHEV Commercial and the Shogun Sport Commercial, too, simply put in your preferred figures on the Mitsubishi Finance site, and it'll work out the best deals for you.

Nissan

While Nissan largely relies on its partnership with Renault for its commercial vehicle range, that's no bad thing, because all of its vans are competitive, and the finance deals are pretty good, too. Be aware that the following offers are all valid until 17 December 2020.

The entry point to the Nissan van range is the NV250. The Kangoo-derived van has a Finance Lease offer available with monthly payments of £149 per month over 60 months for the entry-level model. There's just one advance payment needed, but there is a final payment of £3,593 to stump up at the end of the agreement. Go for Contract Hire, and you're looking at £195 a month for the base van, while the top-spec Acenta comes in at £199 a month (over 48 months) irrespective of whether you choose the dCi 80 or dCi 95 engine. Contract Hire plans require 6 months advance rentals over 48 months, while all of these plans have an annual 10,000-mile limit.

Moving on to the all-electric e-NV200, this electric van is feeling a bit dated these days, but the Plug-in Van Grant does help take a hefty £8,000 off the list price. With this included, a 36-month Contract Hire plan can be had for £259 on a Visia model, £289 for the Acenta version, or £309 for the high-spec Tekna variant. All three have 10,000-mile annual limits, while there's a six-month advance rental to pay at the start of the plan.

The NV300 is a spacious medium-sized van that benefits from a range of punchy 2.0 dCi diesels. On a Contract Hire plan, you can choose either a L1H1 or L2H1 dCi 120 Acenta on a 48-month contract and pay £269 a month. The initial rental is £1,614 (or 6 months advance), while the annual mileage limit is 10,000 miles. On a 60-month lease, you can pay an initial rental of £2,508 and monthly repayments of £209, while there's a final payment of £4,457.

At the top of the range, the Renault Master-based NV400 can be had for £299 per month (in dCi 135 Acenta L3H2 panel van guise) on the same Contract Hire terms as the NV300, while the Finance Lease terms start from £244 per month over 60 months. This features an initial rental of £2,928 and a final payment of £5,223.

Finally, the Navara pickup is available with 36-month Contract Hire terms, with a 9-month initial rental seeing monthly payments of £250 for the dCi 190 Tekna, while the auto version is £279 per month. Finance Lease costs over 60 months on the Tekna manual see payments of £199 per month, an initial rental of £5,125 and a final payment of £8,412.

Peugeot

The Peugeot van range mirrors that of Citroen, but through the rest of 2020 Peugeot is offering free signwriting up to the value of £500 for anybody buying any van during the qualifying period. In addition, everyone who takes up the offer will be entered into a competition to have their business name displayed on a digital billboard advertising the Peugeot Expert. As with all of the offers below, the signwriting offer is available until 31 December 2020.

The Peugeot Partner is a small-van favourite, and Peugeot has Conditional Sale, Contract Hire and Finance Lease offers available across the range. Go for the former, and a BlueHDi 100 Grip can be yours for £229 a month on a 48-month contract with a £5,876 deposit. The same van on Contract Hire from Free2Move Lease is yours for an initial rental of £1,194 and 35 monthly payments of £199. On Finance Lease there's an initial payment of £1,074 and the van is £179 a month over 34 months. The final balloon payment is £6,675. Go for the latter two finance options for your Partner and Peugeot offers free plylining to keep the cargo area tidy.

Move up to the Expert, and you get the same range of finance offers, and the plylining offer on Contract Hire and Finance Lease options is also available. Choose a BlueHDi 100 Professional van, and the Expert is yours for £299 a month on the same terms as the Partner above. That's with a £7,558 deposit and 4.9% APR representative. Go with Free2Move Lease, and a Contract Hire deal is £245 a month for three years with an initial payment of £1,470, while Finance Lease sees the monthly payment at £225, with an initial payment of £1,350 and final balloon payment of £8,025.

The Peugeot Boxer large panel van is available with free plylining when you take out Contract Hire or Finance Lease, while these offers are also available on Dropside and Luton variants. Go for a BlueHDi 140 L3H2 Professional panel van, and a 48-month Conditional Sale contract sees you paying £369 a month after paying a £6,666 deposit on 4.9& APR representative finance. Go for Contract Hire, and the costs are £299 a month with an initial payment of £1,794, while Finance Lease sees the monthly payment at £281, with an initial payment of £1,686 and a final balloon payment of £9,200.

Peugeot's Contract Hire offers are subject to a 10,000-mile annual limit, while Peugeot offers a 3-month payment deferment option within the terms of its Conditional Sale contracts.

Renault

Just like Ford, Renault seems to have a van for every occasion. And with more electrified models than any other company, there's more choice for buyers looking for a green option. The below offers are available until 15 December 2020.

The smallest commercial vehicle in the Renault range is the all-electric Zoe Van. Based on the five-door Zoe supermini, the Van does without the back seats, but has the same electric running gear and benefits from the £8,000 plug-in van grant. It's available with a free wallbox installation (subject to survey), while monthly repayments on a 36-month Contract Hire plan range from £204 to £219 per month, with an advance payment of up to £1,314. Go for a 60-month Hire Purchase plan, and there are monthly repayments of £333-£357 and a customer deposit of up to £5,095, with a similar deposit contribution from Renault.

The small Kangoo is getting on a bit these days, but that means Renault is offering good value finance on it. Go for a 48-month contract hire, and you can get a dCi 80 Business van for £209 a month with a £1,254 advance payment. The more powerful dCi 95 is available for £212 a month with a £1,272 advance payment, while the higher spec Business+ model with the dCi 95 engine is £222 a month with £1,332 in advance. Choose a 60-month hire purchase plan, and you get 0% APR if you can come up with a 20 per cent deposit (which is up to £3,418 with the top-spec Kangoo dCi 95 Business+). Then you have a monthly repayment of £214, £219 or £228 on the three variants listed above.

Go for a zero-emissions Kangoo ZE, and not only do you get the benefit of the £8,000 plug-in van grant, but Renault is also offering a free wallbox charger for any potential buyers (subject to survey). On a 36-month Contract Hire package, you can expect repayments of up to £192 a month, with a maximum advance payment of £1,152. On Hire Purchase, there's 0% APR representative, a maximum deposit of £4,437 and maximum monthly repayments of £296 a month for the ZE 33 LL21 i Business.

Moving on to the excellent Renault Trafic, and while there is no electric option, there are deals to be had on the efficient diesels. There are 48-month contract hire offers, and you can bag a top-spec Trafic dCi 145 Black Edition for £279 a month with a £1,674 initial rental. On a 60-month Hire Purchase agreement, the monthly rate is £350 and there's a £5,237 deposit, while a final purchase fee can be arranged at the end of the contract.

Moving on to the Master large van, and Contract Hire starts from £299 a month on a 48-month plan and with an advance payment of £1,794. Pay £350 a month on a 60-month Hire Purchase agreement, and there's 0% APR representative and a £5,249 deposit. Again, the final payment can be arranged when the contract is arranged. Renault is also offering favourable finance rates on its Off-the-Shelf conversions, which includes chassis cab, platform cab, Luton low loader, tipper, dropside and Luton box van variants.

Finally, the electric Master ZE is available in MM31 Business guise on a 48-month Contract Hire plan from £719 a month with an advance payment of £4,314. A BP Chargemaster home wallbox is included in the price, subject to survey.

Toyota

The Toyota range is small, but there are offers to be had. Starting with the Proace City (sister car to the Citroen Berlingo/Peugeot Partner/Vauxhall Combo), on Kinto One Contract Hire, you can drive a 1.5D 75 Active for £210 a month for 36 months and with an initial rental of £1,260. Go for Icon trim with the same engine, and those figures are £232 and £1,392 respectively.

The medium-sized Proace van, and on an Access Toyota PCP plan you can arrange finance with a low, medium or high deposit on a 42-month plan. Stump up £3,242 and you can pay £499 a month, while a big deposit of £9,659 sees repayments of £329 available. Both of these PCP deals have a final payment of £8,000 if you want to keep the van, or you can hand it back, or renegotiate a new van on PCP using the trade-in value of this one. On Toyota's Kinto One business contract hire, you can get behind the wheel of a Proace 1.5D 120 Icon medium-length van for £265 a month with a £1,590 initial rental, and this deal includes maintenance during the 36-month duration of the plan.

Elsewhere, the legendary Toyota Hilux is available with 0% APR finance and a £2,000 deposit contribution when you choose an Invincible or Invincible X model via Toyota Financial Services. With a deposit of £13,760, there are 60 monthly payments of £339 on the Invincible variant. Via Kinto One contract hire, the Invincible is available for £300 a month for 36 months, after an initial rental of £1,800, or you can increase the monthly repayments to £318 (and initial rental to £1,908) and have maintenance included. The Invincible X has similar offers available, too.

For something completely different, the Land Cruiser Utility Commercial is available for off-road focused business users. This two-seat 4x4 doesn't have any special offers at the moment, but is available via Toyota's flexible Finance Quote system.

All of these offers are valid until 15 December 2020, while Toyota's five-year/100,000 mile warranty gives added peace of mind.

Vauxhall

With the might of the PSA Group now behind it, Vauxhall is able to offer competitive finance deals on all of its vans. One special offer across the range is the 4x4x4x4 deal. Buy a new van, and you can get four years 0% APR representative finance (if you can stump up an 18% deposit), plus 4 years' free servicing (up to 80k miles), 4 years' warranty (up to 80k miles) and 4 years' RAC roadside assistance

Our small van favourite, the Combo Cargo, is available with 0% finance on a Conditional Sale finance plan. On Vauxhall's example deal, the 60-month agreement on a 1.5 Turbo D 100 L1H1 Sportive requires a deposit of £3,606, which results in 60 monthly payments of £219. Go for a Contract Hire deal, and after an initial rental of £1,194, there are 35 monthly payments of £199. There's a 10,000-mile annual limit, while you'll have to hand the van back after the end of the agreement. On Finance Lease, you can pay a deposit as little as one month's advance payment and have a term ranging from 24-60 months, while you also have the option to add a balloon payment to the end of the contract. Pay this, and you can keep the van for a nominal annual fee, or you can sell the van, and if you sell the van for more than the balloon payment, you keep the extra (you have to meet the shortfall if it sells for less). You can also ask Vauxhall to sell the van on your behalf, with the same stipulations applied.

Moving to the latest Vivaro, and the same 0% APR Conditional Sale and Business Contract Hire offers are available, although of course you'll be paying a bit more for a bigger van. Find a deposit of £5,200, and you can drive a Vivaro 1.5 Turbo D 100 L1 H1 Dynamic van for £259 a month over a 60-month deal. The contract hire rate is over 36 months and sees monthly repayments of £239 and an initial rental of £1,434, plus a 10,000-mile annual limit.

The new electric Vivaro-e is our favourite electric van, and it's available on a 36-month Contract Hire deal. Go for the van fitted with the smaller 50kWh battery, and it'll be £361 a month after paying an initial rental of £2,166. The bigger 75kWh battery is only offered in high-spec Elite trim, so the Contract Hire figures are £437 and £2,622 respectively. Both feature a 10,000-mile annual limit. Vauxhall is also offering Finance Lease offers on the Vivaro-e, with flexible terms available.

The Movano large van also features 0% APR Conditional Sale, Business Contract Hire and Finance Lease offers available. For the former two, a Movano 2.3 Turbo D 135 L2H2 can be had for £329 a month over 60 months with a £5,723 deposit, while the numbers on a 36-month contract hire deal are £309/£1,854, with the same 10,000-mile annual limit.

Volkswagen

VW's headline finance offer across the whole van range is 3 months' of Contract Hire payments paid at the start of your agreement if you take out a 4-year plan with an annual 10,000-mile limit. The offer is available on all vans, including five-seat Transporter Kombi vans, California and Grand California camper vans and Crafter chassis cabs. VW is also offering two services for £99.

With the imminent arrival of the new Caddy Cargo 5, VW is shifting remaining stocks of the Mk4 Caddy van. As such, VW is offering contract hire with a £1,000 deposit contribution as well as the 3-monthly rentals. On a 2.0 TDI 102 Startline SWB, this leaves you with 44 monthly rentals of £199, plus an initial rental of £1,194. Use Solutions PCP, and VW will provide a £2,500 deposit contribution while the 36-month plan sees payments of £279 and 2.9% APR representative. There's a 10,000-mile limit and a customer deposit of £3,321, while the final payment is £7,056. Be quick, though because stocks will be running low before the new Caddy Cargo arrives before the end of the year.

Monthly payments for the Transporter T6.1 T28 2.0 TDI 110 Startline on a 4-year Contract Hire deal are £249 with an initial rental of £1,494, plus a £1,000 rental contribution from VW. The same van on a 36-month Solutions PCP plan is £315 a month, with a customer deposit of £6,360 and a £1,500 VW deposit contribution. There's an optional final payment of £12,006 to keep the van. VW is offering similar deals on Transporter Kombi crew vans, Caravelle people carriers and the California motor home, too.

If the electric VW Abt e-Transporter looks appealing, then VW has finance offers for you here, too. Go for a 48-month Hire Purchase agreement, and a minimum 40% deposit is required, which works out at £20,429, and that's after the £8,000 Plug-in Van Grant has been applied. Then it's £459 a month for the rest of the term until you own the van. On a 4-year Contract Hire agreement, there's a more reasonable initial rental of £2,490 and 47 monthly payments of £415, although of course there is no ownership option at the end of this agreement.

A VW Crafter large van can be had on a 48-month Contract Hire agreement, and a CR35 2.0 TDI 140 MWB Trendline can be had for £299 a month with an initial rental of £1,794 and a £2,000 deposit contribution. On Hire Purchase, the 36-month plan works out at £599 a month, with a customer deposit of £11,455 and a healthy £7,500 deposit contribution.

If you're looking at an Amarok, then there are currently no special offers available, and there are unlikely to be any in the future, either. Production of the V6 pick-up has ceased, and VW has enough stock to meet demand for another 12 months, but will not be discounting the stock vehicles it has remaining.

All of Volkswagen's offers are available until 3 January 2021.

For more options visit our sister site BuyaCar for new and used van deals.

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