Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr £113.16 p/m for 24 months + £3000 initial payment £5602.68 @ Vehicles for business - HotUKDeals
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr £113.16 p/m for 24 months + £3000 initial payment £5,602.68 @ Vehicles for business

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Not Everybody's cup of tea, but a superb deal. Price is monthly and you obviously have to take into account that you need to put £3k down, but overall cost over 23 months and 10k mileage allowance ma… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Not Everybody's cup of tea, but a superb deal. Price is monthly and you obviously have to take into account that you need to put £3k down, but overall cost over 23 months and 10k mileage allowance makes this a great deal. If I wasn't only 18 months into a 3 year deal, I would be all over it!
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#1
its a lot for 18 months. sry cold
#2
tighty
its a lot for 18 months. sry cold

It's a 24-month lease deal. Decent total price but high deposit won't suit some.
#3
Waiting for the German car enthusiasts to roll up...:D
#4
pricebustme
Waiting for the German car enthusiasts to roll up...:D

It's not a bad car to be fair and given that you will never own it, it's not a problem.
1 Like #5
m5rcc
tighty
its a lot for 18 months. sry cold
It's a 24-month lease deal. Decent total price but high deposit won't suit some.
sry it says 18 months in the title???
#6
tighty
m5rcc
tighty
its a lot for 18 months. sry cold
It's a 24-month lease deal. Decent total price but high deposit won't suit some.
sry it says 18 months in the title???

Title is wrong. Read the OP and the link.
#7
tighty
its a lot for 18 months. sry cold

As has already been pointed out. When Admin added in the description they put the wrong term in. It is a 24 month deal
1 Like #8
barry2911
When Admin added in the description they put the wrong term in. It is a 24 month deal

I suggest you change it as it's misleading...
#9
m5rcc
pricebustme
Waiting for the German car enthusiasts to roll up...:D
It's not a bad car to be fair and given that you will never own it, it's not a problem.

It's a lot to pay for a bog(ish) spec, wheezy, German saloon for 2 years. If you really must have the badge fine..otherwise there is far better value out there. If you want real German quality, increase your budget to something like an A6, 5 series or an E-class. Not as solid as back in the day, but there is a real step up at that price point.

All in my opinion of course....
#10
Or for a few hundred pounds more get a brand new dacia, 3 year warranty, no milage restriction and yours to keep, yes it's very basic but if this is just mainly transport then it's a good investment.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/new-dacia-sandero-2017-facelift-still-only-5995-otr-2577574
#11
POWYSWALES
Or for a few hundred pounds more get a brand new dacia, 3 year warranty, no milage restriction and yours to keep, yes it's very basic but if this is just mainly transport then it's a good investment.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/new-dacia-sandero-2017-facelift-still-only-5995-otr-2577574

And still not a deal at £5995
#12
m5rcc
barry2911
When Admin added in the description they put the wrong term in. It is a 24 month deal
I suggest you change it as it's misleading...

Now showing correct term
#13
barry2911
tighty
its a lot for 18 months. sry cold
As has already been pointed out. When Admin added in the description they put the wrong term in. It is a 24 month deal

yes i know - ?????
#14
pricebustme
All in my opinion of course....

Clearly. The A6/5/E are a different class altogether and much dearer so not really relevant to this.

The pricing is OK - it has been on cheaper previously.
#15
barry2911
m5rcc
barry2911
When Admin added in the description they put the wrong term in. It is a 24 month deal
I suggest you change it as it's misleading...
Now showing correct term

Not really it's 23+1.
1 Like #16
m5rcc
barry2911
m5rcc
barry2911
When Admin added in the description they put the wrong term in. It is a 24 month deal
I suggest you change it as it's misleading...
Now showing correct term
Not really it's 23+1.

I've got a razor somewhere if you want to split some hairs..... :)
#17
barry2911
m5rcc
barry2911
m5rcc
barry2911
When Admin added in the description they put the wrong term in. It is a 24 month deal
I suggest you change it as it's misleading...
Now showing correct term
Not really it's 23+1.
I've got a razor somewhere if you want to split some hairs..... :)

Your call: You don't pay 24 x £113.16 and £3k, do you? It's 23 + the initial deposit.
1 Like #18
m5rcc
Clearly. The A6/5/E are a different class altogether and much dearer so not really relevant to this.
The pricing is OK - it has been on cheaper previously.

I think you are missing the point. This car isn't worth leasing unless:

1) You are specifically looking to drive this particular model.
2) You want cheap-ish entry to the Audi ownership 'experience'

You can find far better value leasing a non premium brand for similar money.
#19
pricebustme
I think you are missing the point. This car isn't worth leasing unless:
1) You are specifically looking to drive this particular model.
2) You want cheap-ish entry to the Audi ownership 'experience'

Given your previous comments, you appear to have not driven this car at all, but some leasers don't care too much which car they drive as long as it's good value. This price (as a total) is fine. It's just the 23+1 model it has is not very attractive.

Leasing is useful when it beats the depreciation rate. Given this car is £27.9k as RRP, the depreciation could well be over £5.6k in two years.

pricebustme
You can find far better value leasing a non premium brand for similar money.

That appears to be quite a contradiction. Why would you want to lease a non-premium brand for similar money?
1 Like #20
POWYSWALES
Or for a few hundred pounds more get a brand new dacia, 3 year warranty, no milage restriction and yours to keep, yes it's very basic but if this is just mainly transport then it's a good investment.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/new-dacia-sandero-2017-facelift-still-only-5995-otr-2577574


A car is never an investment unless it's a classic
#21
offtopic, but the same POWYSWALES on briskoda? :)
#22
m5rcc

Given your previous comments, you appear to have not driven this car at all, but some leasers don't care too much which car they drive as long as it's good value. This price (as a total) is fine. It's just the 23+1 model it has is not very attractive.
Leasing is useful when it beats the depreciation rate. Given this car is £27.9k as RRP, the depreciation could well be over £5.6k in two years.
pricebustme
You can find far better value leasing a non premium brand for similar money.
That appears to be quite a contradiction. Why would you want to lease a non-premium brand for similar money?

I've driven the latest A4 in the same trim with the diesel engine - nice enough car, but nothing special.

My point is that a non premium brand would give you far better specification for the same money. You are just paying for the badge here. Cloth seats, lousy audio, manually folding mirrors, standard headlights etc. There are many VW, Ford, Seat and Skoda lease deals which offer better value. More equipment, more power, perhaps better economy but lack that special badge on the grille.

As I said, if you want the badge, go right ahead :-)
#23
pricebustme
m5rcc

Given your previous comments, you appear to have not driven this car at all, but some leasers don't care too much which car they drive as long as it's good value. This price (as a total) is fine. It's just the 23+1 model it has is not very attractive.
Leasing is useful when it beats the depreciation rate. Given this car is £27.9k as RRP, the depreciation could well be over £5.6k in two years.
pricebustme
You can find far better value leasing a non premium brand for similar money.
That appears to be quite a contradiction. Why would you want to lease a non-premium brand for similar money?
I've driven the latest A4 in the same trim with the diesel engine - nice enough car, but nothing special.
My point is that a non premium brand would give you far better specification for the same money. You are just paying for the badge here. Cloth seats, lousy audio, manually folding mirrors, standard headlights etc. There are many VW, Ford, Seat and Skoda lease deals which offer better value. More equipment, more power, perhaps better economy but lack that special badge on the grille.
As I said, if you want the badge, go right ahead :-)

In your opinion.......

In my opinion its a pretty good deal, I have the car on lease from the 4.7k total price last spring and im very pleased with it - it doesnt have lousy audio, the seats might be cloth but lots of people prefer them, it has more than enough power for UK roads unless your a little boy racer and is way better interior dashboard wise than the brands you listed and if bought new would easily lose way more than 5.6k in depreciation over two years

Based on your opinion audi would be out of business, but plenty of others like them
#24
pricebustme
m5rcc
pricebustme
Waiting for the German car enthusiasts to roll up...:D
It's not a bad car to be fair and given that you will never own it, it's not a problem.
It's a lot to pay for a bog(ish) spec, wheezy, German saloon for 2 years. If you really must have the badge fine..otherwise there is far better value out there. If you want real German quality, increase your budget to something like an A6, 5 series or an E-class. Not as solid as back in the day, but there is a real step up at that price point.
All in my opinion of course....
Had this car on lease for just under a year now and cannot fault it. It looks the part both inside and out and is just as quick if not quicker than most 2l turbo Diesel engines of other premium brands. I would recommend this car without hesitation and definately lives up to whatcar car of the year
#25
I have this car except i pay 4300 for 2 years 10k miles.. would I recommend it, yes. for people saying it is the entry model there is a model below this so no it is not, for people saying it has no spec, high quality large screen with sat nav, android auto, apple car play, sd card, sim card slot for in car wifi, sports steering wheel, cruise control, audi assist (brakes if it senses a crash) very nice car imo.. faster than most 2.0 diesels with its 150ps.. 2nd gear is awful but other than that it's a bargaiinnnnn
#26
pricebustme
I've driven the latest A4 in the same trim with the diesel engine - nice enough car, but nothing special.

As I said, you havn't driven the car.

pricebustme
My point is that a non premium brand would give you far better specification for the same money

But why would you want to pay over £230/net/month on a non-premium car? You surely would be able to get it for much less?

pricebustme
There are many VW, Ford, Seat and Skoda lease deals which offer better value. More equipment, more power, perhaps better economy

Perhaps better economy? I doubt it if you opt for the same engine with a SEAT or Škoda alternative.

pricebustme
As I said, if you want the badge, go right ahead :-)

But as I, and now others, have said, it's a decent car for a decent price that beats depreciation if you bought it. Nothing to do with car snobbery.
#27
When you add on the £360 admin fee the total cost is £5902. A little bit cheaper (by about £100) than what is currently out there. Most deals are in the £6100 to £7000 range.

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