If you need a stylish contract hire car with lots of space - the Volkswagen Golf Estate is for you.
The new Volkswagen Golf Estate is available to order as a great car leasing opportunity and it's more spacious than ever before.
Volkswagen has also added more style and equipment and the new model comes just a few months after its hatchback sibling's debut.
The entry model is the Golf Estate Life which costs £24,575.
Volkswagen has also revealed that their rugged new Golf Alltrack has also been updated.
The VW Golf Estate car lease features three models and along with the Life, there's the Style and R-Line.
The entry-level model features a 1.0-litre petrol engine developing 110 PS which is mated to a six-speed manual gearbox as standard.
There's also the opportunity of enjoying the Golf Estate with a mild-hybrid powertrain and this is mated to the firm's seven-speed DSG transmission.
Other engines include a 1.5-litre petrol engine developing either 130 PS or 150 PS, plus VW is offering a 2.0-litre diesel engine developing either 115 PS or 150 PS.
The new Golf Estate is slightly longer than the previous model, and this translates into more space in the cabin.
Five adults can be carried comfortably with plenty of rear legroom.
For those interested in the boot size, the Golf Estate has 611 litres with the rear seats in place.
With those seats folded, the Estate expands to an impressive 1,642 litres.
There's also a long list of standard equipment, certainly more than many other estate cars, and features include LED headlights and a body-coloured bumpers.
The contract hire VW Golf Estate also comes with 16-inch alloy wheels, a leather trimmed multi-function steering wheel, interior ambient lighting and a satnav system.
There's also a 10-inch touchscreen, Bluetooth connectivity and the firm's emergency services calling offering - eCall.
Volkswagen has also added its 10.25-inch digital instrument display, adaptive cruise control plus rear and front parking sensors.
The Style trim adds bigger alloy wheels, three-zone climate control air-conditioning and front sport seats.
Extra safety kit for the Style includes lane change assist, side and traffic jam assist.
Leasing the Volkswagen Golf Estate R-Line means enjoying a well-designed and sporty offering.
Along with R-Line body-coloured bumpers, drivers also get tinted glass, a heated three-spoke leather steering wheel, progressive steering, driving mode selection and a sports suspension to deliver a more responsive drive.
The Volkswagen Golf Estate is undoubtedly impressive and with a long list of kit and lots of space, it will be one of the most popular estate cars to lease in the UK.
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