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Personal lease: Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Lease deal - £1907.65 Deposit & £280.74 per month (Total = £8,645.41) @ allvehiclecontracts

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Seems like a good lease deal for this car. Land Rover Range Rover Evoque : 2.0 Ed4 150ps Se 5dr 2wd 6Mt 16Mdy £284.78 with £1908 initial payment for 24 months. 8k Miles per year. Thoughts?
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Besford
tallphilc
brookysm
tallphilc
fishmaster
benrussell
We looked at this or Qashqai and went for the Qashqai in the end. Great car. What Car?
The new Qashqai with 360 degree cameras is a decent motor, however one of its biggest problems is that it's very underpowered, the Range Rover wins easily, that's why I couldn't consider a Qashqai if I was in to getting this style of car. It's something you need to check out as that's the biggest problem with the Qashqai.
I have had a new QQ for nearly 2 years now (1.5DCi) model and it is far from underpowered. It pulls well in all gears and returns me 50mpg combined. It is never going to be a hot hatch and neither is a 2WD RR EVoque!
QQ is by far the cheaper and better car to run.
You're trying to compare the Motobility special to a luxury brand?
Oh please give over....
Motobility special? I think you are the deluded one. Thinking that a RR Evoque is the pinnacle of luxury! lol I own a couple of Maserati's ....
Maserati's what?


That's wasted on him, you know...
xchaotic
8k Miles per year, £4k per year, works out to 50p per mile - you could use a taxi instead.


Taxi is cost about 3-4 times that amount. Good research lol
I am in the Motor Sales industry as well, 33 years. I even ran my own dealership twice.
Maserati are generally pits of endless pain...infact i would say they are only good for blowing your cash very quickly. A total impulse purchase in every sense. Don't get me wrong, they are a thing of beauty, the first time i turned one over and heard that ROAR......WOW! .......But would i spend real money on one..NO!
The BMW Z8, is a prime example of even the big boys can push a dog out of the door.
The Evoque is a similar money pit, the servicing is horrendous, the engines are a bit behind the times, ( yes i include the "NEW" ingenium as well). It may be worth getting a lease one, if you have a necessity to park it on your suburban drive for the neighbours to look at, but would i buy one with real money?..er NO!
tallphilc
brookysm
tallphilc
brookysm
tallphilc
brookysm
tallphilc
fishmaster
benrussell
We looked at this or Qashqai and went for the Qashqai in the end. Great car. What Car?
The new Qashqai with 360 degree cameras is a decent motor, however one of its biggest problems is that it's very underpowered, the Range Rover wins easily, that's why I couldn't consider a Qashqai if I was in to getting this style of car. It's something you need to check out as that's the biggest problem with the Qashqai.
I have had a new QQ for nearly 2 years now (1.5DCi) model and it is far from underpowered. It pulls well in all gears and returns me 50mpg combined. It is never going to be a hot hatch and neither is a 2WD RR EVoque!
QQ is by far the cheaper and better car to run.
You're trying to compare the Motobility special to a luxury brand?
Oh please give over....
Motobility special? I think you are the deluded one. Thinking that a RR Evoque is the pinnacle of luxury! lol I own a couple of Maserati's so I don't need you to tell me what luxury is. The fact of the matter is that the RR Evoque is just so flawed it is not real. As an everyday car and in its class the QQ is the BEST.
Nissan provide more Qashqua's to motobility than they sell to private customers and businesses so yes its a motobility special fella. And sorry to burst your bubble but Land Rover are aspirational products, something's that all Nissan's lack even the GTR.
Btw bragging about owning a couple of Maserati's is nothing to be proud of either, buckets of nothing but expensive trouble hence why they go for peanuts 2nd hand compared to their competition!
With comments like that it shows you how clueless you really are. A woman's car special with input from Victoria Beckham just shows what sort of person will go and buy one.
Pub talk about reliability of Maserati's too, or listening to Clarkson who knows feck all about motors. I've owned high end Porsche's. M cars but nothing gives you the buzz of owning a trident. I'll let you go and enjoy your little Chelsea Tractor lol
Yeah cold hard facts are what the clueless know....
OK then clever clogs, what makes a Maserati lose thousands and can be bought for peanuts after a decade then? Guess my Ferrari factory trained mechanic mate must have been listening down the pub too instead of having to fix em eh....
You obviously know as about fashion as you do cars too fella, M's Posh owns quite a successful fashion company these days and theres nothing wrong with using consultants in business especially when you're aiming a car to please the wealthier clients who would know this.
Stick to bigging up ya Motobility scooter somewhere else, you ain't fooling anyone here....
Again clueless!
Any large cars loses money, look at M5 Prices, Look at XK8 prices (5k for a 1998 car). Look at any large NA engined car and it will lose value and then good examples will appreciate in price. 2 years ago you could but a Ferrari 360 for 30k, it is only because people are turning to cars as an investment that prices are rising. It is a better option to put money into cars than in savings and that has helped the market.
Ok so to put your theory to test let's look now at 1967 Ghibli prices which are at £250k! Yeah that's depreciation right there, whilst they won't be expensive as Ferrari's because the sheep don't follow them they are a true icon of design and quality.
I've been in the car industry for years, you are preaching to the wrong fella about all this so quit while you are losing now. You've already been picked up in this thread for mis-information so why continue to dig a deeper hole?
I'm in the industry idiot! Have been for over 20 years! What miss information have I posted eh? 1 model that's nearly 40 years old, how many owners has Maserati gone through since eh? What about all the tosh they have put out, where's the value in them eh? What's a 3200GT worth compared to other Luxury GT's? They are worth less than an equivalent year and mileage Boxter ffs.....

Btw, how much is a BMW Z8 worth these days?...
brookysm
tallphilc
brookysm
tallphilc
brookysm
tallphilc
fishmaster
benrussell
We looked at this or Qashqai and went for the Qashqai in the end. Great car. What Car?
The new Qashqai with 360 degree cameras is a decent motor, however one of its biggest problems is that it's very underpowered, the Range Rover wins easily, that's why I couldn't consider a Qashqai if I was in to getting this style of car. It's something you need to check out as that's the biggest problem with the Qashqai.
I have had a new QQ for nearly 2 years now (1.5DCi) model and it is far from underpowered. It pulls well in all gears and returns me 50mpg combined. It is never going to be a hot hatch and neither is a 2WD RR EVoque!
QQ is by far the cheaper and better car to run.
You're trying to compare the Motobility special to a luxury brand?
Oh please give over....
Motobility special? I think you are the deluded one. Thinking that a RR Evoque is the pinnacle of luxury! lol I own a couple of Maserati's so I don't need you to tell me what luxury is. The fact of the matter is that the RR Evoque is just so flawed it is not real. As an everyday car and in its class the QQ is the BEST.
Nissan provide more Qashqua's to motobility than they sell to private customers and businesses so yes its a motobility special fella. And sorry to burst your bubble but Land Rover are aspirational products, something's that all Nissan's lack even the GTR.
Btw bragging about owning a couple of Maserati's is nothing to be proud of either, buckets of nothing but expensive trouble hence why they go for peanuts 2nd hand compared to their competition!
With comments like that it shows you how clueless you really are. A woman's car special with input from Victoria Beckham just shows what sort of person will go and buy one.
Pub talk about reliability of Maserati's too, or listening to Clarkson who knows feck all about motors. I've owned high end Porsche's. M cars but nothing gives you the buzz of owning a trident. I'll let you go and enjoy your little Chelsea Tractor lol
Yeah cold hard facts are what the clueless know....
OK then clever clogs, what makes a Maserati lose thousands and can be bought for peanuts after a decade then? Guess my Ferrari factory trained mechanic mate must have been listening down the pub too instead of having to fix em eh....
You obviously know as about fashion as you do cars too fella, M's Posh owns quite a successful fashion company these days and theres nothing wrong with using consultants in business especially when you're aiming a car to please the wealthier clients who would know this.
Stick to bigging up ya Motobility scooter somewhere else, you ain't fooling anyone here....

Again clueless!

Any large cars loses money, look at M5 Prices, Look at XK8 prices (5k for a 1998 car). Look at any large NA engined car and it will lose value and then good examples will appreciate in price. 2 years ago you could but a Ferrari 360 for 30k, it is only because people are turning to cars as an investment that prices are rising. It is a better option to put money into cars than in savings and that has helped the market.

Ok so to put your theory to test let's look now at 1967 Ghibli prices which are at £250k! Yeah that's depreciation right there, whilst they won't be expensive as Ferrari's because the sheep don't follow them they are a true icon of design and quality.

I've been in the car industry for years, you are preaching to the wrong fella about all this so quit while you are losing now. You've already been picked up in this thread for mis-information so why continue to dig a deeper hole?
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Lexus IS 300h hybrid car £2477.50 plus 18 payments of £249.28 (personal deal, all inclusive price) Two year lease £6,964.54 @ allvehiclecontracts

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This is a hybrid car with a 2.5-litre naturally aspirated 4-cylinder 16-valve engine with maximum 181bhp, and also an electric motor with maximum 143bhp. You don't plug it in, it just works like a nor…
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marcimark
OrribleHarry
scorpio iscariot
I was actually going to wait for the new mondeo but I'm unsure now

Your actually comparing a Mondeo to a Lexus?? there is no comparison a Lexus is a premium brand, fantastic cars.

a Lexus is a Toyota make no mistake. give me a fast ford any day

He's right and it'll get your pulse going :)
OrribleHarry
scorpio iscariot
I was actually going to wait for the new mondeo but I'm unsure now


Your actually comparing a Mondeo to a Lexus?? there is no comparison a Lexus is a premium brand, fantastic cars.


a Lexus is a Toyota make no mistake. give me a fast ford any day
7k over 2 years do you get to keep it afterwards? what kind of moron uses these. pay 4k for a used car and then you have 3k on running cost. worlds gone absolutely bonkers honestly.....bonkers
fishmaster
5557223
Lexus.. high spec good car without the disco lights on dash that come standard on most German variants :p

That's interesting, I own a German car which is around 5 years old, I've not noticed any disco lights on my dash, I must be doing something wrong. The new Audi TT dash I actually think is quite innovative. This Lexus certainly has a more complex dash and is more multicoloured than my car. I'm guessing you don't own a German car then and just make it up out of prejudice?

Sarcasm dude... I have owned many BMWs and 1 VW albeit not new and always had one problem after the other... call it my bad luck but coming from a circle of friends and family who almost entirely own German tractors its hard not to notice that is an issue
jordni
Fr £7k you can buy a new shape Renault megane 1.5dci or similar get 60+ mpg
Then after 2 years sell it for £5.5k

Cost of ownership with unlimited mileage £1500
A saving of £5500

I owned a Megane once, awful car.

Besides which, it's a smaller, cheaper, much slower car.

And on top of that there's no way in hell that a £7k Megane will depreciate only £1.5k in 2 years - try £3k, servicing will add another £1,000, and miles aren't unlimited- more miles means a lower selling price.
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LEASE CAR Skoda Yeti Outdoor 2.0TDI 170PS L+K. £210/month inc vat + 9months deposit £6,750.00

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Top spec Laurin and K.... model. List price over £26k Price includes vat, road tax and maintenance. met paint extra£17. 24month deal (9+23), longer leases are more expensive. Broker is AVC, nev…
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Stu
I actually like them Bob, although I like the later model more than the previous - But I think that can be said for pretty much any car that has a mid life facelift.

I'm trying to have a reasonable debate about what people would think are other options for £26k.

I'd like to see what Kia do with the Sportage next as the 7 year warranty is handy and owners seem to like them.
I actually like them Bob, although I like the later model more than the previous - But I think that can be said for pretty much any car that has a mid life facelift.

I'm trying to have a reasonable debate about what people would think are other options for £26k.
Stu
Newbold

And in any event the Reliability Index is based entirely on hard facts as found by an insurance company - no opinions there at all.

Driver Power is just that, not insurance company related.

Driver Power 2014

The top 3 overall are Skoda's. You can sort into reliability etc, and I refer you to my earlier statement, when the cars are essentially built on shared platforms, mostly shared components and in some cases even built in the same factory then I don't see how you can argue the results are not flawed. It's about owner perception.

I'm not slating Skoda at all but rightly or wrongly I am assuming you are an owner and feel a little protective of the brand (somewhat corroborating my argument) where as having owned a number of Skoda's and other VAG cars I am trying to offer a more balanced view.

As for pricing, without considering in depth specifications but using the base model, 1.0, 60ps, 3 door and manual.

Seat Mii £8195
Skoda Citigo £8210
Vw UP!! £8635 (Includes DAB)

Again without looking at specs, just top of range...

Seat - There is a new X-PERIENCE but price not known
Skoda Yeti Laurin & Klement 2.0 TDI CR 170PS 4x4 DPF - £26,740
VW Tiguan 2.0 ltr TDI BMT R LINE 4MOTION - £30,245
Audi Q3 S line Plus 2.0 TDI quattro 177PS 6-speed manual £33,085

Personally I paid just over £21K new for my TDI170 SE Plus including £1200 of options.
To get the same spec with a VW or Audi badge was going to be much more.
It has everything I need including Navigation.

http://i47.tinypic.com/juy23p.jpg

Patiently waiting for people to tell me it looks rubbish and I can't park









Edited By: CrazyBob on Sep 02, 2014 17:08
Newbold
unlike some of the fools in here who know so little about cars (but like to pretend they do).

Not me I hope as I could 100% promise I would know more about Skoda than many.

Newbold

I'm not an owner, by the way (sorry to disillusion you) - just considering a switch, though from VW.

Rest assured I am not disillusioned.
Stu
Newbold


And by the way, in the Reliability Index referred to a couple of posts above, BMW were 29th and Mercedes 32nd out of 39 - Skoda were 9th. :p

Warranty Direct Top 100

Merc is at 7th with the CLC

BMW is at 13th with the Z3

Skoda is 24th with the Fabia

Those are the ratings for individual models - and they don't yet list the Yeti. These are the overall manufacturer ratings:

http://www.reliabilityindex.com/manufacturer

Showing Mercedes at 32nd, BMW at 29th and Skoda at 9th.

I'm not an owner, by the way (sorry to disillusion you) - just considering a switch, though from VW.
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Audi TT Coupe S Line Lease Deal at £193.11 + VAT per month on a 6+23 Contract Deal £5,600.00

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Good deal for a Audi TT sports version for under £200 in a 2 year deal. Note there is a £185 admin charge as well. The Total price is for business users with no VAT added. I am unsure on per…
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I drive an Audi A6 S-line Avant and use my indicators all the time....

Although, when I see 'poor' people in Skoda's I generally don't indicate......just because a can!!!
Makes me laugh that the same people on here vote cold because they don't own a business. The same people who voted the 150month Nissan juke deal 2weeks ago on here at 500+heat which has to rated as one of the ugliest cars ever made
New Audi TT model coming around April next year - Audi offering good deals to those willing to pick up the run-out production? This is usually the time VAG group start giving a few freebies in spec like when Golfs and Sciroccos get "free" leather in the last year of the outgoing model.
aljack
Speeding, tailgating, no indicators and under taking...... Have I missed anything?

Lane hogging especially the middle lane & fast lane.

If you see any matrix signs, not to hog the middle lane (overtaking) then this doesn't mean you can constantly travel on the fast lane (overtaking) throughout the journey.
Speeding, tailgating, no indicators and under taking...... Have I missed anything?
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