Audi A6 Saloon 2.0 TDI 190ps S Line Ultra S tronic Lease 10k per year 24 months £7120.44 @ Gateway2lease - HotUKDeals
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Audi A6 Saloon 2.0 TDI 190ps S Line Ultra S tronic Lease 10k per year 24 months £7,120.44 @ Gateway2lease

£7120.44 @ gateway2lease
Not bad for a £37k car Good spec too 10k miles per year £7120.44 total for 24 months £296.69 per month including £180 fees Choose personal deal and move 3/6/9 according to your liking. Read More
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3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago
Not bad for a £37k car
Good spec too

10k miles per year

£7120.44 total for 24 months
£296.69 per month including £180 fees

Choose personal deal and move 3/6/9 according to your liking.
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Seriously, it's not hard to work out. Why do we all need to be spoon fed?

3+23 term

£7,129.44: £800.82 followed by 23 x £266.94 and a £180 fee.

It's a £38,140 car, available from brokers at £28,911.

The overall cost of £7120.44 is less than 25% of the discounted price. The car is highly likely to depreciate more than that in 2 years - and that's before even considering the finance costs were you to buy it.

Good Deal.... voted hot!
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Rusty82
Very good price that! Bloody hope there is some good deals towards the end of year when I'm ready to pounce! Always at the wrong time for me!
HUKD is all about buying things on the cheap when you don't need them.

At the time you need something, you do a search on HUKD and all the deals are expired so you pay the full price. The next day someone posts a deal for it.

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#1
+ initial payment of £1,438.80 (inc VAT)
So a total of £8,559.24

Edited By: andyat2002 on Jul 03, 2017 16:35
1 Like #2
andyat2002
+ initial payment of £1,438.80 (inc VAT)So a total of £8,559.24
Nope - I think they've factored that in, though would help to show their full workings.

Seems like a good deal for under £300 per month all in.
1 Like #3
andyat2002
+ initial payment of £1,438.80 (inc VAT)
So a total of £8,559.24

Make sure you choose personal hire option!
25 Likes #4
Seriously, it's not hard to work out. Why do we all need to be spoon fed?

3+23 term

£7,129.44: £800.82 followed by 23 x £266.94 and a £180 fee.

It's a £38,140 car, available from brokers at £28,911.

The overall cost of £7120.44 is less than 25% of the discounted price. The car is highly likely to depreciate more than that in 2 years - and that's before even considering the finance costs were you to buy it.

Good Deal.... voted hot!
1 Like #5
Agree, also voted hot.

Not really my cup of tea, but if you're in the market for a new A6 or similar you'll struggle to do much better than this.
1 Like #6
After an A5 ideally on PCP or even lease, one number off for me!
1 Like #7
good deal.
1 Like #8
Great deal
#9
Better than the golf r estate deal?
#10
Good deal .. they have electronic configurable dials / dash thingy don't they
#11
Very good price that! Bloody hope there is some good deals towards the end of year when I'm ready to pounce! Always at the wrong time for me!
1 Like #12
Rusty82
Very good price that! Bloody hope there is some good deals towards the end of year when I'm ready to pounce! Always at the wrong time for me!

With VW group the best deals seem to be on the first working day of each new quarter, so potentially Monday 2nd October.
2 Likes #13
after the emissions fiasco caused by VAG I shall be keeping well clear. If you are currently a diesel driver and are thinking about their fix please do look into it first as it is not a safety issue and will probably cause further problems to your car
#14
Guzzle
With VW group the best deals seem to be on the first working day of each new quarter, so potentially Monday 2nd October.
Hmmmmm, interesting. Cheers. Will keep an eye out (y)
1 Like #15
mattwarby7692
after the emissions fiasco caused by VAG I shall be keeping well clear. If you are currently a diesel driver and are thinking about their fix please do look into it first as it is not a safety issue and will probably cause further problems to your car

This is lease, so it would not be your problem. Besides, this is a new car that has nothing to do with the "emissions fiasco".

The "fix" relating to older cars will only work if the injectors are in tip-top condition and the EGR valve stem is not worn. Problems have arisen when injectors were old, dirty or worn and where the EGR valve stem was worn. As a result, VAG have been replacing EGRs free of charge.
1 Like #16
Shame they are so common.
#17
Great deal. Voted hot.
2 Likes #18
djh1975
Shame they are so common.

True. Aldi's are becomming really boring. it's like when everyone had a Rover!

lol I'll leave the Aldi mistake in ;)

Edited By: Gonz on Jul 03, 2017 21:58
1 Like #19
dangab
After an A5 ideally on PCP or even lease, one number off for me!


The A5 has just been updated whereas this is still the C7 model A6. It's pretty rare you find the best deals on coupes - just the low-emissions compact and mid-size executives.
#20
marathonic
Seriously, it's not hard to work out. Why do we all need to be spoon fed?3+23 term£7,129.44: £800.82 followed by 23 x £266.94 and a £180 fee.It's a £38,140 car, available from brokers at £28,911.The overall cost of £7120.44 is less than 25% of the discounted price. The car is highly likely to depreciate more than that in 2 years - and that's before even considering the finance costs were you to buy it.Good Deal.... voted hot!
So it works out better instead of buying new cars, to lease them instead to beat the depreciation you would normally loose?
#21
Good deal
2 Likes #22
only buy what you can afford. HP is a slow death...
2 Likes #23
This isn't HP, it's PCH.
#24
Need a new car but put down a deposit on a Tesla Model 3... it isn't going to be delivered for another year but 2 year deal doesn't work :/ sad times otherwise I'd be all over this!
5 Likes #25
Rusty82
Very good price that! Bloody hope there is some good deals towards the end of year when I'm ready to pounce! Always at the wrong time for me!
HUKD is all about buying things on the cheap when you don't need them.

At the time you need something, you do a search on HUKD and all the deals are expired so you pay the full price. The next day someone posts a deal for it.
1 Like #26
My A4 deal went tits up. Glad now as im gonna have me an A6 instead
#27
10k miles. Nope.
3 Likes #28
tazinio
HUKD is all about buying things on the cheap when you don't need them. At the time you need something, you do a search on HUKD and all the deals are expired so you pay the full price. The next day someone posts a deal for it.


Just wait an extra day then.
#29
Don't know what is up with their calculation but if you select 9 months in month 1 then the price goes up to £473! oO

Edited By: newmann on Jul 04, 2017 09:30
#30
This is one of the best lease deals I have seen in a long time!
#31
PERCY_LONG_PRONG
My A4 deal went tits up. Glad now as im gonna have me an A6 instead

Would you mind me asking what was the issue with your A4 deal? I believe mine is the same (A4 S line from gateway). Please PM me if you wouldn't mind! Just hoping to avoid any issues myself.
#32
Has this deal expired already?? The figures on the website are coming in nowhere near those that are quoted in this deal. 2 year, 10k miles with 9 payments up front is coming in at a total of £15162.09 ($4262 initial + 23x £473). If you want 3 or 6 payments upfront it won't quote a price, it just says ask for a written quote......
#33
Seems like a good deal but think it's expired now as doesn't seem to be visible online any more.
2 Likes #34
could buy a brand new Dacia for that, have change, still get from A to B, and save £296 a month every month for a long time after 24 months is up.

Nice if you have money to burn!! My advice is don't subscribe to the rat race, do stuff with your life instead.
1 Like #35
clsss
My advice is don't subscribe to the rat race, do stuff with your life instead.


Okay, but what if you like diesel Audis? In which case wouldn't you be "doing your own life"?
1 Like #36
clsss
could buy a brand new Dacia for that, have change, still get from A to B, and save £296 a month every month for a long time after 24 months is up.Nice if you have money to burn!! My advice is don't subscribe to the rat race, do stuff with your life instead.

How are you saving money every month, you've just paid for a brand new Dacia costing what between 12-20k rather your saving money and you've got yourself a better looking car than Dacia. Fudge me
3 Likes #37
clsss
could buy a brand new Dacia for that, have change, still get from A to B, and save £296 a month every month for a long time after 24 months is up.Nice if you have money to burn!! My advice is don't subscribe to the rat race, do stuff with your life instead.


Here it is, winner of the most idiotic comment award.
#38
Price have changed massively since I requested a quote last night. Has anyone actually had a response or was this just a pricing error?
#39
i think they do this to get traffic on the website. still waiting on firm quote
1 Like #40

Here it is, winner of the most idiotic comment award.
Sorry cannot accept that, the most idiotic so far has been "10k miles. Nope."

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