Get to work, to class, and everywhere else you need to go.

Welcome to America, where foreign college students* and business professionals** could qualify for vehicle financing through Volkswagen Credit. These programs make it easier for non-US citizens to purchase or lease a vehicle while studying or working abroad. That way you can get where you need to go and maybe even do some sightseeing along the way.

What the Program Covers:

• Finance or lease of any new or near new*** Volkswagen vehicle.
• Finance any Certified Pre-Owned Volkswagen vehicle.

Interested in learning more about these Volkswagen programs? Fill out the form on this page to speak with an automotive financing expert from the Norm Reeves Volkswagen Superstore in Irvine.

*Must be enrolled in a 2-or 4-year accredited U.S. college or university pursuing an Associate, Bachelor, Master, Doctoral, or Nursing degree. Must provide current I-20 form and copy of visa showing expiration date, proof of financial stability and confirmation of residence, two complete personal references from U.S. residents, phone number of school’s Registrar’s Office, and confirmation from school showing anticipated graduation date. A-tier credit required; lease or loan must mature before graduation. See dealer for complete details.

**Must provide letter from employer stating your position, hire date, income, and length of stay; contact name and phone number for Payroll or Human Resources Department at employer; copy of U.S. Social Security Card, copy of visa showing expiration date, two personal references from U.S. residents, and verification of residence and phone number. Minimum gross income of $45,000 per year required. Monthly payment may not exceed 25% of gross monthly income. A-tier credit required. See dealer for complete details.

***“Near New” defined as any untitled new, or titled pre-owned, previous or current model year Volkswagen, including Service Loaners with 10,000 miles or less. Lease programs are not available for previous model year. See dealer for details.

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