310BHP Golf R DSG Estate Lease 10k miles p.a, £220.80 per month (£1,987.20 initial) £7065.60 whatcar.com - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
913Expired

310BHP Golf R DSG Estate Lease 10k miles p.a, £220.80 per month (£1,987.20 initial) £7,065.60 whatcar.com

£7065.60 @ What Car Magazine
Volkswagen Golf Estate 2.0 TSI 310ps R DSG 4Motion MK7.5 This is the facelift model. There are other terms available and excess mileage is 8.4p / mile - you can usually get a better quote by calling … Read More
marathonic Avatar
2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago
Volkswagen Golf Estate 2.0 TSI 310ps R DSG 4Motion MK7.5

This is the facelift model. There are other terms available and excess mileage is 8.4p / mile - you can usually get a better quote by calling up midway through your lease to increase the mileage (but don't rely on this too much as it's not guaranteed).

£1,987.20 initial payment and £220.80 (Inc VAT) per month for the remaining 23 months (9 + 23). Smaller initial payments are available at a slightly increased total cost over term.

It's also available with an 8,000 miles p/a allowance at £1,933.20 initial payment and £214.80 (Inc VAT) per month for the remaining 23 months (9 + 23) - this saves £192 over the term for low mileage users.
More From What Car Magazine:

Top Comments

(1)
15 Likes
Incredible deal. No doubt there will be the usual plethora of face palm inducing "special members" who still fail miserably to grasp the concept of the value in this deal....
Brace yourself for comments such as "I brought (sic) my vauxhall nova for 100 quid from a scrap dealer and it runs fine after I rebuilt the entire car, much cheaper than 7k!"

Edited By: MrSweeney on Jul 03, 2017 11:17: typo

All Comments

(108) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
Great deal!
Act quick all who are interested, only 200 of these are available at the good rates (which isn't a lot) from what I have heard.
1 Like #2
About to get smokey , stonking deal. The original R hatch was usually around this for the manual and 5k mileage
#3
Had the 5 door hatch in this engine as a lease car. Amazing car. Currently driving a leased BMW 330e, still prefer the golf r !\x0d\x0avoted hot!
4 Likes #4
Not only have I voted hot, but did it AFTER placing my order... this is a SUPERB deal.Thanks so much - great spot.

Please note: Everything under this message is officially code green to try to get some of HUKDs more "special" members to grasp the concept of leasing something.
2 Likes #5
Damn. Still waiting for the non estate version.
1 Like #6
Wow, hot hot hot.
#7
jblonde002
Not only have I voted hot, but did it AFTER placing my order... this is a SUPERB deal.Thanks so much - great spot.Please note: Everything under this message is officially code green to try to get some of HUKDs more "special" members to grasp the concept of leasing something.
what was the delivery estimate on your order?
#8
how does leasing a car work? do you hand it back after the contract, do you get the option to buy it at the end? thanks
#9
Good deal ....Cant see how far out you can get it - dont like the website compared to most lease sites ? I'm not due for 5 months

What was the excess mileage ? Seems to vary deal by postcode on that site

Edited By: mgk on Jul 03, 2017 10:55
#10
Hello. Just a quick question as to why you would lease a car rather than buy one? I'm looking to change my car but would rather borrow money and pay back gradually than to lease one and end up paying same amount over five years and not keep the car? Obviously I'm after a second hand car about 3 years old with purchase. I Googled it but couldn't reach a conclusion so wanted to ask. Sorry if it's a silly question
#11
pimpchez
About to get smokey , stonking deal. The original R hatch was usually around this for the manual and 5k mileage
My R was £6700 ish on 2 year 10k, but the best deal there has been on these for a long time. Given the estate is DSG by default it's the best deal there ever has been if an estate is acceptable
#12
So begins the chicken and egg........
#13
callumxx55
Damn. Still waiting for the non estate version.
You may be waiting a while I think they know these are in more demand than the estate
#14
This is a perfect deal. One of my not dream cars, but a car that I am looking to buy after Uni. This exact one!
1 Like #15
shapalando
jblonde002
Not only have I voted hot, but did it AFTER placing my order... this is a SUPERB deal.Thanks so much - great spot.Please note: Everything under this message is officially code green to try to get some of HUKDs more "special" members to grasp the concept of leasing something.
what was the delivery estimate on your order?

Just phoned the guy even though I had done the online form. He told me he's received 15 emails in 10 minutes!! 0333 3233013. He secured the car and ran through the finance, the car is in white and then adding metallic paint changes it to about £15 a month more. They have greay, black and "La Piz" Blue. Don't know about delivery yet... but in no hurry as I have a car already. Fella said last time they did similar deal that 200 were gone in 8 hours.
1 Like #16
neotarum2017
Hello. Just a quick question as to why you would lease a car rather than buy one? I'm looking to change my car but would rather borrow money and pay back gradually than to lease one and end up paying same amount over five years and not keep the car? Obviously I'm after a second hand car about 3 years old with purchase. I Googled it but couldn't reach a conclusion so wanted to ask. Sorry if it's a silly question
If the depriciation of a new car is more than what it costs to lease, its a better deal. If you are looking at buying a 3 year old car, and comparing that to having a new car, you are comparing apples with oranges. Warranties, wear and tear etc is minimised with new cars than 3 year old purchases.

What you buy for the same price paying over 5 years, firstly wont be the same car, already 3 years old and prone to issues. Although after 3 years a car loses approx 50% of its value. Its all about new v old.
15 Likes #17
Incredible deal. No doubt there will be the usual plethora of face palm inducing "special members" who still fail miserably to grasp the concept of the value in this deal....
Brace yourself for comments such as "I brought (sic) my vauxhall nova for 100 quid from a scrap dealer and it runs fine after I rebuilt the entire car, much cheaper than 7k!"

Edited By: MrSweeney on Jul 03, 2017 11:17: typo
#18
I've just sold my Focus RS last week, this is very tempting
1 Like #19
neotarum2017
Hello. Just a quick question as to why you would lease a car rather than buy one? I'm looking to change my car but would rather borrow money and pay back gradually than to lease one and end up paying same amount over five years and not keep the car? Obviously I'm after a second hand car about 3 years old with purchase. I Googled it but couldn't reach a conclusion so wanted to ask. Sorry if it's a silly question


Just to add to this, you don't have to lease the car, you can do a PCP which has similar cost benefits to a lease, but you then also have the option to buy it at the end of 3/4 years if you like. I did PCP as I want to keep the car hopefully and it was a cheaper way into the car/spec I wanted rather than buying used where you have less warranty and no real idea what has happened to the car before.
#20
Wow. Wish I was in the market for another lease in the next few months, this would have been perfect!
#21
Good deal. Those looking for a similar vehicle may want to check out the Leon Cupra. Might be able to pick it up for a few bob cheaper.
#22
FocusST
neotarum2017
Hello. Just a quick question as to why you would lease a car rather than buy one? I'm looking to change my car but would rather borrow money and pay back gradually than to lease one and end up paying same amount over five years and not keep the car? Obviously I'm after a second hand car about 3 years old with purchase. I Googled it but couldn't reach a conclusion so wanted to ask. Sorry if it's a silly question
Just to add to this, you don't have to lease the car, you can do a PCP which has similar cost benefits to a lease, but you then also have the option to buy it at the end of 3/4 years if you like. I did PCP as I want to keep the car hopefully and it was a cheaper way into the car/spec I wanted rather than buying used where you have less warranty and no real idea what has happened to the car before.

To add to this as well, leasing one of these is very accessible in terms of monthly cost and initial rental, compared to a deposit and purchase on PCP. This would be around £420 a month, plus a deposit of approx £7,800. Making the lease over 2 years, cheaper than the deposit you would have to pay!
#23
SilverBandit
Wow. Wish I was in the market for another lease in the next few months, this would have been perfect!
Yeah if I was looking now I would be on this
#24
Any idea on delivery?
1 Like #25
TomScrut
pimpchez
About to get smokey , stonking deal. The original R hatch was usually around this for the manual and 5k mileage
My R was £6700 ish on 2 year 10k, but the best deal there has been on these for a long time. Given the estate is DSG by default it's the best deal there ever has been if an estate is acceptable

Didn't know you were on here as well as PH! Mine was a little cheaper at £6400 over the term.

Just to add - it's cheaper through Central Vehicle Leasing.

Their email states £179.99 x23 + £2400 plus a £180 admin fee. Comes out at £6,720.
#26
FocusST
neotarum2017
Hello. Just a quick question as to why you would lease a car rather than buy one? I'm looking to change my car but would rather borrow money and pay back gradually than to lease one and end up paying same amount over five years and not keep the car? Obviously I'm after a second hand car about 3 years old with purchase. I Googled it but couldn't reach a conclusion so wanted to ask. Sorry if it's a silly question
Just to add to this, you don't have to lease the car, you can do a PCP which has similar cost benefits to a lease, but you then also have the option to buy it at the end of 3/4 years if you like. I did PCP as I want to keep the car hopefully and it was a cheaper way into the car/spec I wanted rather than buying used where you have less warranty and no real idea what has happened to the car before.

I bought my previous car at the end of the lease. You can just phone them up and see how much they want for it if you want to keep it.
Always better to go for less miles than you think you'll do as they don't give you money back if you're under and you pay interest of the amount you're paying.
#27
aymanhd
TomScrut
pimpchez
About to get smokey , stonking deal. The original R hatch was usually around this for the manual and 5k mileage
My R was £6700 ish on 2 year 10k, but the best deal there has been on these for a long time. Given the estate is DSG by default it's the best deal there ever has been if an estate is acceptable

Didn't know you were on here as well as PH! Mine was a little cheaper at £6400 over the term.

Just to add - it's cheaper through Central Vehicle Leasing.

Their email states £179.99 x23 + £2400 plus a £180 admin fee. Comes out at £6,720.


But am sure thats for 5000 miles??
#28
aymanhd
Didn't know you were on here as well as PH! Mine was a little cheaper at £6400 over the term.Just to add - it's cheaper through Central Vehicle Leasing.Their email states £179.99 x23 + £2400 plus a £180 admin fee. Comes out at £6,720.


Sounds good - is that also for 10,000 miles p/a?
1 Like #29
Damn, this is a great deal. Shame it's a bit early for me. Hopefully there will be something like this towards the end of the year.
#30
bigbak
I bought my previous car at the end of the lease. You can just phone them up and see how much they want for it if you want to keep it.Always better to go for less miles than you think you'll do as they don't give you money back if you're under and you pay interest of the amount you're paying.
On the other hand if you are over, ringing up half way through or whatever and negotiating a new deal often works out cheaper than the excess miles.
#31
cheaper than my current one by 500 quid, v good deal, but go to the dealer direct if there is an admin charge.
1 Like #32
Hot hot hot - looking for a hot hatch at the minute, central vehicle leasing has got a good deal - but we’ll see, I prefer Cupras and Focus ST in all honesty .
2 Likes #33
Only if you could get this same deal on the hatchback...
#34
Just spoke to central and they said October 10 for delivery
#35
What happens insurance-wise if a lease car is written off.
Insurance companies seldom offer the true value of the vehicle in accident claims, do the lease company persue you for any difference, do the insurance company deal directly with the lease company ?

Thanks.
2 Likes #36
Some helpful info:

- Delivery has been quoted at 6-8 weeks on my paperwork
- Road tax is included.
- Four colours (white non-metallic - Free, black, grey and blue - all metallic, brings cost up by roughly £15 a month)
- Cloth upholstery
- No upgrade options
- Excess mileage at 7p plus VAT

Good luck everyone - I hear they're very busy!
1 Like #37
Great deal. Would have been all over this had I not signed up for a lease deal a couple of months ago.

Lease deals are great but sometimes your ideal deal like this one isn't available at the time you are swapping over your vehicle.
#38
Just over a year left on my deal :(

I would have gone for this deal if I was near the end of my current lease.

Deal I Went For (£175 per month, deposit £2400)

The pre-face lift model is just below 300bhp only downside is you will be become best friends with the staff at your local petrol station (_;)

My long term average is 27mpg but can get up 38mpg on a sensible long run.

I needed the estate for the extra space.

Fantastic Car, launch control is a hoot but not really much use in the real world, Don't hesitate!.
#39
DigiDougs
Just over a year left on my deal :( I would have gone for this deal if I was near the end of my current lease.Deal I Went For (£175 per month, deposit £2400)The pre-face lift model is just below 300bhp only downside is you will be become best friends with the staff at your local petrol station (_ ;) My long term average is 27mpg but can get up 38mpg on a sensible long run.I needed the estate for the extra space.Fantastic Car, launch control is a hoot but not really much use in the real world, Don't hesitate!.
For a 300PS petrol car it's not bad on fuel at all though is it?
#40
Im new to car leasing, does everyone start up a company and get the cheaper rate through business?

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!