Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI S Line (10K P/A) £198 P/M + £1782 Initial Payment Total cost £6,636. @ CHL - HotUKDeals
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI S Line (10K P/A) £198.00 P/M + £1782 Initial Payment Total cost £6,636. @ CHL

£198.00 @ CHL
Just came across this on my facebook news feed of all places. Looks to be a very good deal. That price is £198pm for a car with an OTR of £30,460. With the initial rental at £1,782 and fees of £300; … Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
Just came across this on my facebook news feed of all places. Looks to be a very good deal.

That price is £198pm for a car with an OTR of £30,460. With the initial rental at £1,782 and fees of £300; all in this car lease will cost you just £6,636 for two years.

That means the total lease is 21.9% of list price – a superb deal. I will explain in more detail in a separate post exactly what this percentage value means, but as a brief introduction consider this. In the current lease market, anything below 25% cost of list is considered good, with anything approaching or below 20% considered outstanding.

The price is based on 10,000 miles p/a, with a rental/payment profile of 9+23. You can change the initial rental and the mileage allowances although this does change the pricing and value of the deal slightly.

This Audi A4 lease deal really is brilliant value. I have been unable to find any of the A4’s competitors for nowhere near a cost of 21.9% of list. I struggled to even get below the 25% mark!

£276.50 per month inc fees and advance rental
- ezzer72
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45 Likes
markymark34
Sorry. That is very slow by modern standards. Having said that, this is a great deal for someone who doesn't really care about the engine.

Are you the sort of driver who thinks everyone else is getting in your way, by any chance? :D
41 Likes
Indicators still an optional extra?
16 Likes
Sub 9 second 0-60 and 130mph top speed is hardly pathetic. You do know engine tech has come on somewhat?
CouldntThinkOfAUsername
1.4 lol. I don't think C class or 3 series come in an engine size that pathetic. To think some people think a glorified Passat can compete with the other two. There's a reason why you can't find the competitors at this price, cheap for a reason.

https://listers.co.uk/Reviews/Audi/A4/11079
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donslibi
Good find. Hope Audi has improved their car interior since when I last visited one of their showrooms in 2015 and was underwhelmed.

http://cdn1.carbuyer.co.uk/sites/carbuyer_d7/files/styles/gallery_adv/public/new-audi-a4-6.jpg?itok=Z7Ex7BlD

Certainly looks the part from what I can see.
10 Likes
Haha...Audi was always better interior wise than bmw or merc. Those are noisy full of cheap plastic

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2 Likes #1
Good find. Hope Audi has improved their car interior since when I last visited one of their showrooms in 2015 and was underwhelmed.
10 Likes #2
donslibi
Good find. Hope Audi has improved their car interior since when I last visited one of their showrooms in 2015 and was underwhelmed.

http://cdn1.carbuyer.co.uk/sites/carbuyer_d7/files/styles/gallery_adv/public/new-audi-a4-6.jpg?itok=Z7Ex7BlD

Certainly looks the part from what I can see.
2 Likes #3
ThaClarksta
[Image] Certainly looks the part from what I can see.


Certainly looks a bit better. Copied some bits from BMW but that screen has the stick on feel from Mercedes. Can't complain though as better than before and the price is right ;)
10 Likes #4
Haha...Audi was always better interior wise than bmw or merc. Those are noisy full of cheap plastic
1 Like #5
Looks the nuts...gonna get hot..
#6
Hold on.. do you need to add VAT onto these prices ? Or is that already on?
#7
airbiscuits
Hold on.. do you need to add VAT onto these prices ? Or is that already on?

"£198.00 incl VAT monthly rental
£1782.00 incl VAT initial rental"
#8
airbiscuits
Hold on.. do you need to add VAT onto these prices ? Or is that already on?
Yes it's included as a personal lease.
1 Like #9
Very nice ....heat!
8 Likes #10
1.4 lol. I don't think C class or 3 series come in an engine size that pathetic. To think some people think a glorified Passat can compete with the other two. There's a reason why you can't find the competitors at this price, cheap for a reason.
16 Likes #11
Sub 9 second 0-60 and 130mph top speed is hardly pathetic. You do know engine tech has come on somewhat?
CouldntThinkOfAUsername
1.4 lol. I don't think C class or 3 series come in an engine size that pathetic. To think some people think a glorified Passat can compete with the other two. There's a reason why you can't find the competitors at this price, cheap for a reason.

https://listers.co.uk/Reviews/Audi/A4/11079
7 Likes #12
pusus83
Sub 9 second 0-60 and 130mph top speed is hardly pathetic. You do know engine tech has come on somewhat? https://listers.co.uk/Reviews/Audi/A4/11079


Sorry. That is very slow by modern standards. Having said that, this is a great deal for someone who doesn't really care about the engine.
4 Likes #13
markymark34
Sorry. That is very slow by modern standards. Having said that, this is a great deal for someone who doesn't really care about the engine.


I have this car on a previous lease - I would give it a try before you make a judgement - its no BMW M3 but its also not priced in the same way - lots of modern cars have small engines these days with some 4x4's having as little as 1.0 and some 3 cylinder's as well!

I have had the car for 12 months now from a deal on here and I am really pleased with it and came from a BMW z4 - I find it nippy enough for a big car and it does 47-48 mpg on most trips
2 Likes #14
£276.50 a month then, not £198?
7 Likes #15
fugefa
Haha...Audi was always better interior wise than bmw or merc. Those are noisy full of cheap plastic


Problem is, Audi use too many plastic bits under the bonnet, leading to woeful reliability
45 Likes #16
markymark34
Sorry. That is very slow by modern standards. Having said that, this is a great deal for someone who doesn't really care about the engine.

Are you the sort of driver who thinks everyone else is getting in your way, by any chance? :D
2 Likes #17
ezzer72
Problem is, Audi use too many plastic bits under the bonnet, leading to woeful reliability


I've been buying Audi's for last 14yrs and nothing gets close to interior quality and or reliability IMO.
8 Likes #18
WHY and WHY would I go for this overpriced German toy when I can get myself a Dacia Sandero for £90 PM. The Sandero is a great car!
6 Likes #19
jbmnic
I've been buying Audi's for last 14yrs and nothing gets close to interior quality and or reliability IMO.

Interior quality I agree 100%, reliability I can only assume that you don't know any better, they are riddled with problems - though for some reason owners don't like admitting it.

I'm an ex VW Service Manager, I'm very experienced in what components they use and how often they fail.
1 Like #20
ezzer72
Interior quality I agree 100%, reliability I can only assume that you don't know any better, they are riddled with problems - though for some reason owners don't like admitting it.I'm an ex VW Service Manager, I'm very experienced in what components they use and how often they fail.


I said IMO, as my two S3's current RS3 and A1 have been perfect cars with no issues and I'm sure Audi will resolve any issues. This is a cracking deal and that's the point
41 Likes #21
Indicators still an optional extra?
1 Like #22
This is odd. Unless it's a new range change, there is no 1.4 S-Line. I have the Sport, which was the top model with that engine when I got it. Incidentally, the engine is great, plenty of poke and still frugal.
1 Like #23
Just checked the configurator and it is a new addition. Fantastic! I know what I'm getting next!
1 Like #24
Maybe trying to get rid of the 1.4 stock as the first 1.5 orders will be on the roads in the next couple of weeks. Hot all the same!
1 Like #25
The 1.4 is the outgoing engine and was no longer produced after week 22. 3 weeks ago.
4 Likes #26
vsy
Indicators still an optional extra?


These are standard on S Line now.
1 Like #27
I'd be interested to hear if anyone asks them for other prices on higher mileage. I'm sorted with the scirocco deal off here but always like to keep an eye on deals for 20k miles.

I got a Scirocco R-Line DSG diesel off here for sub £300 with no fees and just 3 months up front which was a decent deal.
3 Likes #28
did anyone see that news article about PCP deals, it looks like the lawyers who done the mis-selling fro banks, think car PCP deals are the next money back scheme, as all you will have to say is that it was not made clear to you that you would not own the car unless you made a large balloon payment at the end... or something like that... could be money back coming for all of is on PCP
1 Like #29
Very good deal. Have over a year to run on my current (first lease). Would have jumped on this one. Don't see the point in finance or owning a second hand car. Long as the lease is cheaper then the general depreciation of the car. Partner owns her car and for me a second car to lease is perfect.
Heat, great deal, nice car.
#30
ThaClarksta
[Image] Certainly looks the part from what I can see.

Nah they pit the steering wheel on the wrong side!
2 Likes #31
Aeschylus
did anyone see that news article about PCP deals, it looks like the lawyers who done the mis-selling fro banks, think car PCP deals are the next money back scheme, as all you will have to say is that it was not made clear to you that you would not own the car unless you made a large balloon payment at the end... or something like that... could be money back coming for all of is on PCP
This deal is a lease though, no balloon payment, the car is never yours and is never going to be yours - you probably couldn't buy it at the end of the lease period, even if you wanted to. But, i am sure there are some finance deals from dealers where salespeople are happy for the punters to have an unclear understanding, if it gets them a sale. I do think these lawyers are parasites though, they are smart people, they could be doing something much more useful.
#32
3+23 is about £100 less overall (I'm not for putting £2000 into a 2-yr deal, rather pay more per mth) = 21.5%.

Thought you were going to explain the Cost:RRP %equation to us.

I'm looking for a deal to replace my nearly-up 4yr PCP with Renault where I'm paying £239pcm and they keep trying to get me to renew (early) at the same price with £1,000 deposit!!

When I see these A4 deals I think to myself, that's a far better car for me than the underwhelmingly powerless Clio I'm currently driving, and at the same or less cost;

One question I still have is when do I start actually putting in for one of these deals leading up to my 4-year hand-back date? I don't want to have 2 cars for more than a few days if I can help it, certainly no more than a couple of weeks, and of course I can't be without a car totally, so don't want to leave it too late and be awaiting delivery??
1 Like #33
blanka
Very good deal. Have over a year to run on my current (first lease). Would have jumped on this one. Don't see the point in finance or owning a second hand car. Long as the lease is cheaper then the general depreciation of the car. Partner owns her car and for me a second car to lease is perfect.
Heat, great deal, nice car.
I agree with that, if you have to be a two car household, it makes sense to hedge a bit.
2 Likes #34
jbmnic
I said IMO, as my two S3's current RS3 and A1 have been perfect cars with no issues and I'm sure Audi will resolve any issues


Tell that to Audi DSG owners...
#35
M_z
Aeschylus
did anyone see that news article about PCP deals, it looks like the lawyers who done the mis-selling fro banks, think car PCP deals are the next money back scheme, as all you will have to say is that it was not made clear to you that you would not own the car unless you made a large balloon payment at the end... or something like that... could be money back coming for all of is on PCP
This deal is a lease though, no balloon payment, the car is never yours and is never going to be yours - you probably couldn't buy it at the end of the lease period, even if you wanted to. But, i am sure there are some finance deals from dealers where salespeople are happy for the punters to have an unclear understanding, if it gets them a sale. I do think these lawyers are parasites though, they are smart people, they could be doing something much more useful.

The real problem is for leasing companies heavily weighted into diesels that have based their lease payments on residuals that cannot be realised. No doubt there are going to be a few bankruptcies there.
2 Likes #36
Cheaper here by about £250 over the term.
#37
m5rcc
M_z
Aeschylus
did anyone see that news article about PCP deals, it looks like the lawyers who done the mis-selling fro banks, think car PCP deals are the next money back scheme, as all you will have to say is that it was not made clear to you that you would not own the car unless you made a large balloon payment at the end... or something like that... could be money back coming for all of is on PCP
This deal is a lease though, no balloon payment, the car is never yours and is never going to be yours - you probably couldn't buy it at the end of the lease period, even if you wanted to. But, i am sure there are some finance deals from dealers where salespeople are happy for the punters to have an unclear understanding, if it gets them a sale. I do think these lawyers are parasites though, they are smart people, they could be doing something much more useful.
The real problem is for leasing companies heavily weighted into diesels that have based their lease payments on residuals that cannot be realised. No doubt there are going to be a few bankruptcies there.

Yes, that is quite true - might be a good time for anyone after a good secondhand diesel though, depending on what they do do with the tax.
2 Likes #38
please can you change the £198 figure to the total overall figure or averaged monthly figure (including the initial charge). I know the total is in the title but there's no way anyone can get this for £198x24 months!
#39
m5rcc
jbmnic
I said IMO, as my two S3's current RS3 and A1 have been perfect cars with no issues and I'm sure Audi will resolve any issues
Tell that to Audi DSG owners...

I've had S Tronic in my cars and can only go by my experience, which is no issues and clean quick gear changes. Have you tried the RS3? This will demonstrate this fully. Anyway this is for a different forum.
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jbmnic
I've been buying Audi's for last 14yrs and nothing gets close to interior quality and or reliability IMO.

What else have you bought to compare them against?

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