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2 used Volkswagen Golf SV cars for sale near Fife

Prices from just £11,798

Why choose Arnold Clark?

  • We offer the UK's best used car deals, guaranteed.
  • Reserve your car online for a deposit of just £99.
  • No hidden fees - the price you see is the price you pay.

Recently added used Volkswagen Golf SV cars near Fife

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For used Volkswagen Golf SV cars in Fife, choose Arnold Clark

At Arnold Clark, we offer the UK's best used car deals guaranteed, as well as some of the lowest prices on new and nearly new cars in Fife.

You'll find great deals on used cars at our franchises across the Kingdom of Fife, such as Arnold Clark in Glenrothes, Kia, Mazda, Fiat and Peugeot franchises in Kirkcaldy and Dunfermline Fiat.

And if you're looking for fantastic offers on BMW and MINI models, Harry Fairbairn in Kirkcaldy can help.

Just a short drive away you'll also find incredible car deals at our branches in Seafield, Edinburgh, including Seafield Motorstore.

Plus, we're here for the journey. Our Fife dealerships provide manufacturer approved servicing, fixed price servicing and MOTs.

Whatever make or model you're looking for, you'll find the right car at the right price.

Seen a car you like in Fife?

Enquire online and reserve it for a fully refundable deposit of just £99.

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Popular models

Representative example
Monthly Payment £205.33
Deposit £249
Term (Months) 48
Cash Price £11798
Credit Amount £11549.0
Completion Fee £1
Total Amount Payable £14,647
Fixed Interest Rate 4.6%
Representative APR 8.9%
Arnold Clark Automobiles Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority for general insurance and consumer credit purposes. Harry Fairbairn Limited is an appointed representative of Arnold Clark Automobiles Limited. Offer subject to status, terms and conditions. Click here for details including our panel of lenders.
* MPG figures are obtained in laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. Please be aware they’re not intended to represent real world efficiency.