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A3 Sportback with SE 1.0 TFSI 6-speed 116 PS £4,642.00 for 24 month lease @ NVC

£4642.00 @ National Vehicle Solutions
What more need I say? This is the cheapest I've seen one of these in a long time. £2400 initial payment and £87pm. Increasing mileage barely adds much cost. Out of interest I priced one up direct on a… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
What more need I say? This is the cheapest I've seen one of these in a long time. £2400 initial payment and £87pm. Increasing mileage barely adds much cost. Out of interest I priced one up direct on a 2 year PCP from Audi with the same deposit and it would be £251pm. And before someone says, "but you don't own it at the end of a lease" you don't own it at the end of a PCP either unless you're paying a big lump sum.
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How are you meant to drive like a nob and try and bully people out of the way in a 1 litre Audi! X)
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Speedbirdjw
Don't know if they are still doing it but VW were previously offering a service deal of £149 for your first two years servicing which was also available to leasers. The Audi contract will state 'serviced at a Volkswagen authorised repairer.'

You forgot to mention you had a Golf R in this post.
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Chrisrules334
it's also nigh on impossible to find the cost of servicing from Audi!

Really?

https://s11.postimg.org/aaxk3wosz/Capture.jpg
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dwaynepipe
But you don't own it!!!

Your holidays must be expensive, what with purchasing every hotel you stay in.
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vladdy
]That's not the point. I think that if you pay more than 10% of your net income on a car lease it is pure stupidity. But I am fairly sure there's lot of those in the world, so pardon me to anyone who felt offended.

Well no one has the right not to be offended but as others have suggested, if a lease deal is close to or beats depreciation and you want a new car that offers peace of mind in terms of no MOTs and just one interim service (as in this case), then it is a no brainer.

If an asset depreciates, lease it. If it appreciates, buy it.

If people spunk money on fags, booze, Sky and iPhone, yet cry about not being able to afford something else, whose fault is that?

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how many miles a yer?
2 Likes #2
5,000 but 8,000 (£95.86) and 10,000 (£101.69) options available.


Edited By: COUPONKEV on Nov 29, 2016 21:42
4 Likes #3
But you don't own it!!!
24 Likes #4
How are you meant to drive like a nob and try and bully people out of the way in a 1 litre Audi! X)
1 Like #5
I don't know mate I've got a Golf R so don't have to worry about that.

To the previous post. £87.05 x 23 months = £2002.15 + £2400 initial rental = £4402.15 + £239.99 admin = £4642.14. Have I missed something?
#6
Why is this expired?
1 Like #7
I have no idea...the deal is clearly still on!!
#8
Anyone know how to 'unexpire' this deal?
3 Likes #9
dwaynepipe
But you don't own it!!!

I wouldn't expect to own it for less than £5k ... not sure what your point is?
1 Like #10
dwaynepipe
But you don't own it!!!
The word 'lease' gives that impression.
1 Like #11
Not a big fan of these small engine cars. Can't be good for fuel economy since you'll be sitting on boost for most of the power
#12
It's got the best fuel economy of the whole petrol range with a combined mpg of over 62.

Edited By: Speedbirdjw on Nov 29, 2016 23:20: Typo
#13
Acceleration 0-62 mph: 9.9 seconds

Under 10 sec, what I need!
1 Like #14
Just seen some total wally in one of these at my local leisure centre car park. Left his massively loud stereo blaring with the doors wide open and blocking the car park entrance so he didn't have to walk far over to the ticket machine. His reg plate was A3 CUM. Says it all really about Audi drivers :(
4 Likes #15
Yes, all those Audi drivers are the same!
1 Like #16
It's not just me then that gets cut up by these fools?!
#17
COUPONKEV
5,000 but 8,000 (£95.86) and 10,000 (£101.69) options available.



cheers
1 Like #18
Speedbirdjw
It's got the best fuel economy of the whole petrol range with a combined mpg of over 62.

Test situation vs real life driving. Back in the real world you'll be pushing this car hard a lot of the time just to get it moving. The 1.4TSI COD 150ps is more economical than this engine in the real world (but will cost more). You'll likely see a realistic 45mpg in this 1.0 car vs 50mpg in the 1.4 COD.

The wife has a 1.6TDI (116PS) Audi A1 and it is only 2mpg more economical than a 2.0TDI 150ps Audi A3 when driven the same way (in the real world), despite lugging almost an extra 180kg and having 29% more power.
4 Likes #19
have any of the critics of this engine actually driven an A3 with this engine?

As someone who actually has I can confirm the performance is fine. No need to thrash it to make progress.

Ignore the comments from the ignorant few who just see 1.0L turbo and assume it won't be any good.
#20
it's a cracking deal, I've just taken delivery of the sport 1.6tdi version and the new interior and toys are very nice. Feels like I'm driving a go kart compared to the old A4 Avant barge I had before. No bow thrusters needed on the A3. I put 1500 down and pay 247 a month over 3 years (12k miles per year). would have gone for this but need the economy of the diesel
#21
This looks good to me. Hot.

Have enquired as I am a high mileage user - c. 12-13k per annum. Want to see if it's cheaper to go 5k miles + fee or get 13k miles which should cover me over the 2 years...
1 Like #22
Excess mileage is 4.78p per excess mile. I might just order this, the 1.0l engine is only thing putting me off..
#23
It's certainly cheaper to order with the mileage you need. I'd suggest ordering 10k and then during the contract contact VW finance for a mileage adjustment. I did this with my golf and the rate was less than half the excess mileage
#24
SulZero
the 1.0l engine is only thing putting me off..

Don't let it put you off: it replaces the 1.2 TFSI and 200Nm of torque with better fuel efficiency
3 Likes #25
notavalidaddress
have any of the critics of this engine actually driven an A3 with this engine?
As someone who actually has I can confirm the performance is fine. No need to thrash it to make progress.
Ignore the comments from the ignorant few who just see 1.0L turbo and assume it won't be any good.

I had one as a courtesy car a short while ago. I've a fairly economical method of driving - I accelerate quite hard to get up to my required speed, but do maintain my momentum when i'm there - I have a low brake pad/disk wear rate on my cars. In my Golf R I average 33mpg on my 20 mile commute, My old Golf GTD (184ps) averaged 54mpg on the same journey, the wife's A1 1.6TDI averages 58mpg on the journey (smaller, lighter car with 42% less power and only 7% more efficient. The A3 courtesy car managed 46mpg on the same commute. These little engined cars are nowhere near as efficient in the real world as they are wound up in most real life driving situations.
#26
monkeyhanger75
notavalidaddress
have any of the critics of this engine actually driven an A3 with this engine?
As someone who actually has I can confirm the performance is fine. No need to thrash it to make progress.
Ignore the comments from the ignorant few who just see 1.0L turbo and assume it won't be any good.

I had one as a courtesy car a short while ago. I've a fairly economical method of driving - I accelerate quite hard to get up to my required speed, but do maintain my momentum when i'm there - I have a low brake pad/disk wear rate on my cars. In my Golf R I average 33mpg on my 20 mile commute, My old Golf GTD (184ps) averaged 54mpg on the same journey, the wife's A1 1.6TDI averages 58mpg on the journey (smaller, lighter car with 42% less power and only 7% more efficient. The A3 courtesy car managed 46mpg on the same commute. These little engined cars are nowhere near as efficient in the real world as they are wound up in most real life driving situations.


I made no mention of fuel economy. I was only commenting on the way the car drives.
#27
was tempted by this a few days ago but 12-14 week wait put me off need a car asap :(
#28
good deal but not quite what I'm looking for - deserves more heat!
#29
Why is this not hot...? For 12k miles a year, I have been quoted:

£2400 initial + £87.05 x23pm + £240 admin fee + 4.78p per mile = £5,311 or £221p/m

So I pay 27% of the value to own the car for 2 years. Not bad.

My only issue is maintenance/tyres/servicing. They say I need to follow their schedule... And the cost of having to take it to a main dealer is far too much for me. I can get my car serviced by a mate for £50 or so... so paying out £400, twice in a 2 year period probably breaks leasing for me.

Oh well. Time to save!
1 Like #30
matth5182
it's a cracking deal, I've just taken delivery of the sport 1.6tdi version and the new interior and toys are very nice. Feels like I'm driving a go kart compared to the old A4 Avant barge I had before. No bow thrusters needed on the A3. I put 1500 down and pay 247 a month over 3 years (12k miles per year). would have gone for this but need the economy of the diesel

That is exactly what I am after. Mind sharing where to get this?
1 Like #31
Chrisrules334
Why is this not hot...? For 12k miles a year, I have been quoted:
£2400 initial + £87.05 x23pm + £240 admin fee + 4.78p per mile = £5,311 or £221p/m
So I pay 27% of the value to own the car for 2 years. Not bad.
My only issue is maintenance/tyres/servicing. They say I need to follow their schedule... And the cost of having to take it to a main dealer is far too much for me. I can get my car serviced by a mate for £50 or so... so paying out £400, twice in a 2 year period probably breaks leasing for me.
Oh well. Time to save!

£400 a service? No chance. More like around £130 for the first service (oil/filter change) and £200 for the second (major) service. My Golf R doesn't cost much more than that to service.
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notavalidaddress
monkeyhanger75
notavalidaddress
have any of the critics of this engine actually driven an A3 with this engine?
As someone who actually has I can confirm the performance is fine. No need to thrash it to make progress.
Ignore the comments from the ignorant few who just see 1.0L turbo and assume it won't be any good.
I had one as a courtesy car a short while ago. I've a fairly economical method of driving - I accelerate quite hard to get up to my required speed, but do maintain my momentum when i'm there - I have a low brake pad/disk wear rate on my cars. In my Golf R I average 33mpg on my 20 mile commute, My old Golf GTD (184ps) averaged 54mpg on the same journey, the wife's A1 1.6TDI averages 58mpg on the journey (smaller, lighter car with 42% less power and only 7% more efficient. The A3 courtesy car managed 46mpg on the same commute. These little engined cars are nowhere near as efficient in the real world as they are wound up in most real life driving situations.

I made no mention of fuel economy. I was only commenting on the way the car drives.

Fuel economy is related to how you have to drive these things. It'll be about 60ps output when off boost, so you really do have to work these small units when not in first or second gear, that's not a lot of power for a car the size of an A3.

It's not a VAG thing though, the Ford 1.0 125ps Ecoboost unit is just the same - you need to work them and when you do they are relatively thirsty. These small engined high output cars are economical on the test cycle, but in real life it'll be pumping out as much CO2 per mile as a 1.4 that doesn't have to be driven as hard to do the same.

I was also answering the question of whether I have actually driven one - yes I have.
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monkeyhanger75
Chrisrules334
Why is this not hot...? For 12k miles a year, I have been quoted:
£2400 initial + £87.05 x23pm + £240 admin fee + 4.78p per mile = £5,311 or £221p/m
So I pay 27% of the value to own the car for 2 years. Not bad.
My only issue is maintenance/tyres/servicing. They say I need to follow their schedule... And the cost of having to take it to a main dealer is far too much for me. I can get my car serviced by a mate for £50 or so... so paying out £400, twice in a 2 year period probably breaks leasing for me.
Oh well. Time to save!
£400 a service? No chance. More like around £130 for the first service (oil/filter change) and £200 for the second (major) service. My Golf R doesn't cost much more than that to service.
Is that with an Audi dealership? As that's where it has to go to...
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Why is this not hot...? For 12k miles a year, I have been quoted:

£2400 initial + £87.05 x23pm + £240 admin fee + 4.78p per mile = £5,311 or £221p/m

Try going back and selecting 10K to begin with. This brings it to £101.69pm with the same initial. That'll save you a couple of hundred pounds over the lease. It's better taking the contract with the mileage you need as the mileage is cheaper than paying the excess mileage. I changed the mileage on my golf r and paid less than half the excess mileage. Around 3p instead of 10p. Maybe just give NVS a call and ask for a quote with 12000. I think it would bring it down to around £5000-5100
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Chrisrules334
monkeyhanger75
Chrisrules334
Why is this not hot...? For 12k miles a year, I have been quoted:
£2400 initial + £87.05 x23pm + £240 admin fee + 4.78p per mile = £5,311 or £221p/m
So I pay 27% of the value to own the car for 2 years. Not bad.
My only issue is maintenance/tyres/servicing. They say I need to follow their schedule... And the cost of having to take it to a main dealer is far too much for me. I can get my car serviced by a mate for £50 or so... so paying out £400, twice in a 2 year period probably breaks leasing for me.
Oh well. Time to save!
£400 a service? No chance. More like around £130 for the first service (oil/filter change) and £200 for the second (major) service. My Golf R doesn't cost much more than that to service.
Is that with an Audi dealership? As that's where it has to go to...

Audi prices are competitve with VW prices as all the serviceable parts are the same with similar labour costs, even cheaper if you get a service pack (not sure whether the lease company can get this for you as a stated optional extra). £400 for a single oil change service is pushing towards Porsche prices.
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Chrisrules334
Why is this not hot...? For 12k miles a year, I have been quoted:
£2400 initial + £87.05 x23pm + £240 admin fee + 4.78p per mile = £5,311 or £221p/m
So I pay 27% of the value to own the car for 2 years. Not bad.
My only issue is maintenance/tyres/servicing. They say I need to follow their schedule... And the cost of having to take it to a main dealer is far too much for me. I can get my car serviced by a mate for £50 or so... so paying out £400, twice in a 2 year period probably breaks leasing for me.
Oh well. Time to save!

Although it's usually cheaper to get a less mileage and pay the excess, at 4.78p/excess mile, it isn't:

https://s15.postimg.org/kofjv3h6z/Capture.jpg

So if you need 12k/yr, then get the 10k deal + excess = £4,978.86 + £191.20 = £5,170.06 or £215.42/net/month
#37
m5rcc
Chrisrules334
Why is this not hot...? For 12k miles a year, I have been quoted:
£2400 initial + £87.05 x23pm + £240 admin fee + 4.78p per mile = £5,311 or £221p/m
So I pay 27% of the value to own the car for 2 years. Not bad.
My only issue is maintenance/tyres/servicing. They say I need to follow their schedule... And the cost of having to take it to a main dealer is far too much for me. I can get my car serviced by a mate for £50 or so... so paying out £400, twice in a 2 year period probably breaks leasing for me.
Oh well. Time to save!
Although it's usually cheaper to get a less mileage and pay the excess, at 4.78p/excess mile, it isn't:https://s15.postimg.org/kofjv3h6z/Capture.jpg
So if you need 12k/yr, then get the 10k deal + excess = £4,978.86 + £191.20 = £5,170.06 or £215.42/net/month
Cheers - the excess mileage charge does shoot up when you include maintenance which is a pain... it's also nigh on impossible to find the cost of servicing from Audi!
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Chrisrules334
it's also nigh on impossible to find the cost of servicing from Audi!

Really?

https://s11.postimg.org/aaxk3wosz/Capture.jpg
#39
m5rcc
Chrisrules334
it's also nigh on impossible to find the cost of servicing from Audi!
Really?https://s11.postimg.org/aaxk3wosz/Capture.jpg
Oh dear. I must be getting old if I can't understand the internet. Cheers lol
#40
Don't know if they are still doing it but VW were previously offering a service deal of £149 for your first two years servicing which was also available to leasers. The Audi contract will state 'serviced at a Volkswagen authorised repairer.'

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