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audi a4 1.4T fsi sport personal contract hire 6+23 vehicle contracts ltd £5,968.80 24m term.

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brand new 2017 spec Audi A4 1.4 T fsi sport manual black or white personal contract hire 10k pa £1,188.00 inc vat upfront £226.80 inc vat arrangement fee then 23 monthly pa…
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brand new 2017 spec Audi A4 1.4 T fsi sport manual black or white personal contract hire 10k pa
£1,188.00 inc vat upfront £226.80 inc vat arrangement fee then 23 monthly payments of £198.00 inc vat
less than £6,000 for 2 years motoring with a brand new car
6 month old cars on autotrader have lost more than this in depreciation .
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8 Likes
jordni
Much better than the dacia deal.
can actually drive around in comfort and not look like an idiot who wasted 6k on the lowest spec car on the market made in romania on the chasis of an old clio!
And after two years you're back on foot with this deal, whilst you'd still have a car with the Dacia deal.
7 Likes
vtec
good car but manual is not a good option especially the increase in traffic
I find i get the same traffic regardless of my transmission type.
6 Likes
I have an Audi A4 1.4 Tfsi Avante on same deal as this. I went to my local Audi Dealership who matched the deal and also saved me the £240 administration fee. Delivery was 7 days as well. Which beat the 3 months from the online company was offering at the time.
5 Likes
_johnboy_
1.4? does that engine have enough power to actually move the vehicle?
Well, yes of course.

150bhp, 0-60 in 8.7s.

So, good effort on the downer, but take a look first!

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#1
Anyone know how these companies are when handing them back re marks on car
#2
There is a booklet provided by and agreed by the lease companies of what is acceptable. Includes size of scratches etc so you know exactly.

I have never had any issues but then I do look after the vehicle
1 Like #3
porsche007
Anyone know how these companies are when handing them back re marks on car

They have to adhere to BVRLA guidelines regarding fair wear and tear.

I've leased since 1999 and only had one issue where I argued my point and a satisfactory conclusion was obtained.
#4
A question please. I've always bought my cars outright but it does seem good economics to lease. I never have credit agreements have never been in debt not even on credit cards, so does this cancel me out from getting a lease deal like this?
6 Likes #5
I have an Audi A4 1.4 Tfsi Avante on same deal as this. I went to my local Audi Dealership who matched the deal and also saved me the £240 administration fee. Delivery was 7 days as well. Which beat the 3 months from the online company was offering at the time.
#6
Jaybeam
A question please. I've always bought my cars outright but it does seem good economics to lease. I never have credit agreements have never been in debt not even on credit cards, so does this cancel me out from getting a lease deal like this?
Shouldn't do. As long as you have credit cards and bank accounts you will have a credit hiostory, as long as its reasonable you should get the credit.
Sign up (free) to see your credit score if you're concerned... http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/creditclub
#7
With regards to returning the car at the end, is it down to the customer to arrange that? With this company being in Birmingham, that's a long way away for me! Or do they organise a transporter pickup?
#8
Extremely attractive deal - thanks for posting OP. My lease is up in June...tempted...but don't think the lead times will allow to push back that far just yet.

Also, the 1.4T is a pretty pokey engine (150bhp) so is in standard power terms, comparable to the base 2.0 TDI that a lot of the deals have. Less torque, of course, but still reasonably efficient - our A3 is more than capable of 50mpg as a daily driver with the same engine.

Thumbs up from me.
1 Like #9
merkin51
With regards to returning the car at the end, is it down to the customer to arrange that? With this company being in Birmingham, that's a long way away for me! Or do they organise a transporter pickup?
Most will deliver and collect as part of the service. At least, that's my experience.
#10
merkin51
With regards to returning the car at the end, is it down to the customer to arrange that? With this company being in Birmingham, that's a long way away for me! Or do they organise a transporter pickup?


​It will go straight to auction, they don't care where you are based.
3 Likes #11
Much better than the dacia deal.
can actually drive around in comfort and not look like an idiot who wasted 6k on the lowest spec car on the market made in romania on the chasis of an old clio!
#12
Got a great deal in feb via select car leasing. Decent car, a bit slow but it is what it is. Ferries the kids about!
8 Likes #13
jordni
Much better than the dacia deal.
can actually drive around in comfort and not look like an idiot who wasted 6k on the lowest spec car on the market made in romania on the chasis of an old clio!
And after two years you're back on foot with this deal, whilst you'd still have a car with the Dacia deal.
#14
It is a nice car which I had been using for commute and travels for last 8 months in a similar deal. I use the 10K allowance and more - so a good reliable car is all I ask for!
4 Likes #15
Scorpion
jordni
Much better than the dacia deal.
can actually drive around in comfort and not look like an idiot who wasted 6k on the lowest spec car on the market made in romania on the chasis of an old clio!
And after two years you're back on foot with this deal, whilst you'd still have a car with the Dacia deal.
thats assuming the dacia lasts 2 years!
Ive gotten through my fair share of cars,
BMWs great when working but once you get one problem rid of it asap.
AUDIs when you get 1 problem, you're poor for a while but itll be fixed and you wont get another for a while.
Renault, when they have 1 problem, you might as well scrap it, as they're just going to keep on coming.
Peugeot, dont even go there.
citreon, not actually that bad assuming you know a little bit about cars to fix minor problems every so often.
volkswagen, same as audi
land rovers/rangerovers steer clear!
volvo, probably the most solid well built car brand ive ever owned and used. just abit bland on the interior
1 Like #16
You can get this deal directly with Audi and you won't have to pay the arrangement fee, I got mine in Feb from Guildford audi, £956 down and £183 a month. Give them a call.

Edited By: chrisgti on Dec 16, 2016 18:38: .
1 Like #17
1.4? does that engine have enough power to actually move the vehicle?
5 Likes #18
_johnboy_
1.4? does that engine have enough power to actually move the vehicle?
Well, yes of course.

150bhp, 0-60 in 8.7s.

So, good effort on the downer, but take a look first!
#19
jordni
Scorpion
jordni
Much better than the dacia deal.
can actually drive around in comfort and not look like an idiot who wasted 6k on the lowest spec car on the market made in romania on the chasis of an old clio!
And after two years you're back on foot with this deal, whilst you'd still have a car with the Dacia deal.
thats assuming the dacia lasts 2 years!
Ive gotten through my fair share of cars,
BMWs great when working but once you get one problem rid of it asap.
AUDIs when you get 1 problem, you're poor for a while but itll be fixed and you wont get another for a while.
Renault, when they have 1 problem, you might as well scrap it, as they're just going to keep on coming.
Peugeot, dont even go there.
citreon, not actually that bad assuming you know a little bit about cars to fix minor problems every so often.
volkswagen, same as audi
land rovers/rangerovers steer clear!
volvo, probably the most solid well built car brand ive ever owned and used. just abit bland on the interior


​thanks this is helpful to know, was gna ask I you talking about the Chinese owned Volvo?
#20
This car previously was 114 + VAT.
#21
chrisgti
You can't get this deal directly with Audi and you won't have to pay the arrangement fee, I got mine in Feb from Guildford audi, £956 down and £183 a month. Give them a call.
Was that ex.VAT? (take you meant "can get")
2 Likes #22
1.4 and sport in the same sentence lol
2 Likes #23
rdbradshaw
1.4 and sport in the same sentence lol
Again, read the actual 0-60 speed of this car...
#24
rdbradshaw
1.4 and sport in the same sentence lol

lovelybeer
_johnboy_
1.4? does that engine have enough power to actually move the vehicle?
Well, yes of course.
150bhp, 0-60 in 8.7s.
So, good effort on the downer, but take a look first!

Rinse, repeat... (_;)
1 Like #25
vultan999
rdbradshaw
1.4 and sport in the same sentence lol
Again, read the actual 0-60 speed of this car...

Again, this is ideal conditions, there is not a chance, this can ever do 0-60 in 8.7s and where is the BHP taken, hmmmm? :{
2 Likes #26
I've got one of these through a dealer on a 3+23 at £222 month, I've just checked and they are now quoting 244 for same deal so this is a better deal than that.

As for the car I really like it, loads of gadgets and CarPlay is a must for me in future. Engine is really good for the size of it and gets me mid 40s on my commute, mixture of A roads and dual carraigeway, can get 50+ on a run.
Only downside is the audio system is a bit crap, all sound seems to come from front centre speaker and the quality isn't brilliant
1 Like #27
M1LFHunter
vultan999
rdbradshaw
1.4 and sport in the same sentence lol
Again, read the actual 0-60 speed of this car...
Again, this is ideal conditions, there is not a chance, this can ever do 0-60 in 8.7s and where is the BHP taken, hmmmm? :{

Then use that argument on all cars with quoted figures.

I think people are really missing the point...

Anyhow - spoke to them about these - short lead times, as need registering in the next few weeks; Audi directly are quoting me as well, as they are attempting to match, less the arrangement fee (common for Audi) and have other colours available than Black/White standard.
#28
good car but manual is not a good option especially the increase in traffic
7 Likes #29
vtec
good car but manual is not a good option especially the increase in traffic
I find i get the same traffic regardless of my transmission type.
2 Likes #30
Jaybeam
A question please. I've always bought my cars outright but it does seem good economics to lease. I never have credit agreements have never been in debt not even on credit cards, so does this cancel me out from getting a lease deal like this?
Why not ask the lease company instead of seeking feedbacks from a bunch of random numpties who'll give you conflicting and nonsense answers?
#31
jordni
Scorpion
jordni
Much better than the dacia deal.
can actually drive around in comfort and not look like an idiot who wasted 6k on the lowest spec car on the market made in romania on the chasis of an old clio!
And after two years you're back on foot with this deal, whilst you'd still have a car with the Dacia deal.
thats assuming the dacia lasts 2 years!
Ive gotten through my fair share of cars,
BMWs great when working but once you get one problem rid of it asap.
AUDIs when you get 1 problem, you're poor for a while but itll be fixed and you wont get another for a while.
Renault, when they have 1 problem, you might as well scrap it, as they're just going to keep on coming.
Peugeot, dont even go there.
citreon, not actually that bad assuming you know a little bit about cars to fix minor problems every so often.
volkswagen, same as audi
land rovers/rangerovers steer clear!
volvo, probably the most solid well built car brand ive ever owned and used. just abit bland on the interior
You missed the 'in my not very humble opinion' bit on the end!
If all you're interested in is reliability and don't care about the driving experience then it has to be a bland Toyota or a weird Honda.
3 Likes #32
M1LFHunter
vultan999
rdbradshaw
1.4 and sport in the same sentence lol
Again, read the actual 0-60 speed of this car...
Again, this is ideal conditions, there is not a chance, this can ever do 0-60 in 8.7s and where is the BHP taken, hmmmm? :{

I have a new 1.4T auto s-line A3 and it easily does 0-60 in 8 seconds. My daughter has a 1997 1.2 Corsa which does 0-60 in a week. I know ones a turbo and ones a slightly smaller engine but these petrol Engines have vastly improved. My father laughed when I said I was geting a 1.4 petrol but ate his words when I took him out in it !
#33
jordni
Scorpion
jordni
Much better than the dacia deal.
can actually drive around in comfort and not look like an idiot who wasted 6k on the lowest spec car on the market made in romania on the chasis of an old clio!
And after two years you're back on foot with this deal, whilst you'd still have a car with the Dacia deal.
thats assuming the dacia lasts 2 years!
Ive gotten through my fair share of cars,
BMWs great when working but once you get one problem rid of it asap.
AUDIs when you get 1 problem, you're poor for a while but itll be fixed and you wont get another for a while.
Renault, when they have 1 problem, you might as well scrap it, as they're just going to keep on coming.
Peugeot, dont even go there.
citreon, not actually that bad assuming you know a little bit about cars to fix minor problems every so often.
volkswagen, same as audi
land rovers/rangerovers steer clear!
volvo, probably the most solid well built car brand ive ever owned and used. just abit bland on the interior

My Audi is nothing but problems.......... However most cars I have owned have had issues. Other half thinks it my driving. ......
#34
hukdbargain
muckspreader1
jordni
Much better than the dacia deal.
can actually drive around in comfort and not look like an idiot who wasted 6k on the lowest spec car on the market made in romania on the chasis of an old clio!
​Ha ha deluded audio driver who dosent realise he's the idiot for buying an overpriced box on wheels because he thinks it's a status symbol.Audi drivers certainly live up to their reputation.Audi the last car I'd even consider. :D
​And yet here you are on an Audi thread.
Probably a good place to start if you want to wind up Audi owners. Imagine.
#35
Besford
Jaybeam
A question please. I've always bought my cars outright but it does seem good economics to lease. I never have credit agreements have never been in debt not even on credit cards, so does this cancel me out from getting a lease deal like this?
Why not ask the lease company instead of seeking feedbacks from a bunch of random numpties who'll give you conflicting and nonsense answers?

To have conflicting replies you'd tend to need more than one...
#36
SilverBandit
Jaybeam
A question please. I've always bought my cars outright but it does seem good economics to lease. I never have credit agreements have never been in debt not even on credit cards, so does this cancel me out from getting a lease deal like this?
Shouldn't do. As long as you have credit cards and bank accounts you will have a credit hiostory, as long as its reasonable you should get the credit.
Sign up (free) to see your credit score if you're concerned... http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/creditclub
Thanks for your input
1 Like #37
rdbradshaw
1.4 and sport in the same sentence lol

Considering an F1 car is 1.6L, Not sure if statements like that hold true in this day and age.
#38
http://img.memecdn.com/thats-dope-man_o_1097042.jpg
#39
PDF guide to the car here with more details of the sport spec etc.

Edited By: jarjarmustdie on Dec 16, 2016 17:30
#40
This seems like a great deal. I'm paying 247 a month over 36 months for a 1.6tdi sportback A3 sport. And I thought that was a cracking deal at 15k miles a year.
The new interior and toys are nice on the audis, the A3 has dynamic suspension that can be adjusted from the central control unit. I presume this has the same

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