Audi Q3 2.0L TDi SE 2 or 3 year personal high mileage lease - 25k miles - £338.08 per month @ national vehicle solutions - HotUKDeals
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Audi Q3 2.0L TDi SE 2 or 3 year personal high mileage lease - 25k miles - £338.08 per month @ national vehicle solutions

£338.08 @ National Vehicle Solutions
Been looking for high mileage lease deals and came across this offer. Seems quite good compared to other deals of this calibre which normally come in around £450+. The same website is advertising Fies… Read More
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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
Been looking for high mileage lease deals and came across this offer. Seems quite good compared to other deals of this calibre which normally come in around £450+. The same website is advertising Fiesta's at this price!

36 month lease, 25k miles for £338.08 with £1,248.18 down
OR
24 month lease, 25k miles for £346.49 with £1,846.08 down.

+ 239.99 admin fee. No maintenance unfortunately.

Not much difference between the two options - second one is good for people who like to change cars often.
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2 Likes #1
25K miles PA! That is superb. Heat.
3 Likes #2
Great deal! Obviously being voted cold by trolls and not users who have found it cheaper anywhere
1 Like #3
Works out under £420 for the 2yr with 25k PA, very good IMO. Or for 8k PA, 2yr would be just under £360pm. Figures include upfront and admin fees.
#4
Thanks for the positive comments. I half expected it to go cold because most people are used to seeing 8-10k mileage lease deals.

I wanted to post it regardless as I knew it would be helpful for somebody. The likes of company car users etc...
#5
dothedealnow
25K miles PA! That is superb. Heat.


You can always have 25k a year, but this is 2-3 times the price of most of the 'lease' deals on here...
1 Like #6
ezzer72
dothedealnow
25K miles PA! That is superb. Heat.
You can always have 25k a year, but this is 2-3 times the price of most of the 'lease' deals on here...

If you are comparing the Audi Q3 with Vauxhall Corsas and Fiat 500s then yes.
1 Like #7
There's nothing special about a Q3, but that wasn't my point. I was just underlining that there's nothing miraculous about getting a high mileage package.
#8
Good price but probably require expensive main dealer servicing with no maintenance included will may add around £60+ a month to that price
#9
ezzer72
dothedealnow
25K miles PA! That is superb. Heat.


You can always have 25k a year, but this is 2-3 times the price of most of the 'lease' deals on here...


It's actually quite easy to understand. You see, cars tend to depreciate more with more mileage on them. So, the leasing company will charge you higher monthly amounts based on this because it's their asset (the car) which will be worth less at the end of the lease term. This is why high mileage leases are 2-3 times more expensive - because they need to cover their increased costs.
#10
corred1964
Good price but probably require expensive main dealer servicing with no maintenance included will may add around £60+ a month to that price

£60 a month is excessive. For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change. Not sure about Audi but certainly won't be 10 times that.
1 Like #11
DevK
ezzer72
dothedealnow
25K miles PA! That is superb. Heat.


You can always have 25k a year, but this is 2-3 times the price of most of the 'lease' deals on here...


It's actually quite easy to understand. You see, cars tend to depreciate more with more mileage on them. So, the leasing company will charge you higher monthly amounts based on this because it's their asset (the car) which will be worth less at the end of the lease term. This is why high mileage leases are 2-3 times more expensive - because they need to cover their increased costs.


I am fully aware of how/why they work that way, I'm criticising the reactions of the people on here that bemoan the low mileage deals, but think this one has had divine intervention.
#12
donslibi
corred1964
Good price but probably require expensive main dealer servicing with no maintenance included will may add around £60+ a month to that price
£60 a month is excessive. For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change. Not sure about Audi but certainly won't be 10 times that.

I was talking about an average over 3 years when you start including major services ! Last time I had a major service on an Audi it cost over £400
#13
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
Good price but probably require expensive main dealer servicing with no maintenance included will may add around £60+ a month to that price
£60 a month is excessive. For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change. Not sure about Audi but certainly won't be 10 times that.
I was talking about an average over 3 years when you start including major services ! Last time I had a major service on an Audi it cost over £400

£400 / 36 =~£11pm for 36months.

And obviously with a 2 year lease, there is no need for a major service.
#14
donslibi
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
Good price but probably require expensive main dealer servicing with no maintenance included will may add around £60+ a month to that price
£60 a month is excessive. For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change. Not sure about Audi but certainly won't be 10 times that.
I was talking about an average over 3 years when you start including major services ! Last time I had a major service on an Audi it cost over £400
£400 / 36 =~£11pm for 36months.
And obviously with a 2 year lease, there is no need for a major service.

Over 3 years with servicing & other parts requiring replacement (excl consumables) my Audi cost over £900 a year on average....having covered 80k miles (true that included a new clutch but not a warranty repair)

Brake pads alone are £400 a set, a clutch around £800....services at 19k min £150 major £319 (plus non service parts)

Edited By: corred1964 on Dec 11, 2016 20:51: extra info
#15
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
Good price but probably require expensive main dealer servicing with no maintenance included will may add around £60+ a month to that price
£60 a month is excessive. For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change. Not sure about Audi but certainly won't be 10 times that.
I was talking about an average over 3 years when you start including major services ! Last time I had a major service on an Audi it cost over £400
£400 / 36 =~£11pm for 36months.
And obviously with a 2 year lease, there is no need for a major service.
Over 3 years with servicing & other parts requiring replacement (excl consumables) my Audi cost over £900 a year on average....having covered 80k miles (true that included a new clutch but not a warranty repair)
Brake pads alone are £400 a set, a clutch around £800....services at 19k min £150 major £319 (plus non service parts)

Interesting... new car or used? Secondly, 80k miles over 3 years, not 50k over 2 years. Thirdly, £900 per year for maintaining a new car? I know from experience it doesn't cost that much to run a brand new car. It used to cost that much to maintain my previous (10+ year old E-Class).

Edited By: donslibi on Dec 11, 2016 21:14
#16
donslibi
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
Good price but probably require expensive main dealer servicing with no maintenance included will may add around £60+ a month to that price
£60 a month is excessive. For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change. Not sure about Audi but certainly won't be 10 times that.
I was talking about an average over 3 years when you start including major services ! Last time I had a major service on an Audi it cost over £400
£400 / 36 =~£11pm for 36months.
And obviously with a 2 year lease, there is no need for a major service.
Over 3 years with servicing & other parts requiring replacement (excl consumables) my Audi cost over £900 a year on average....having covered 80k miles (true that included a new clutch but not a warranty repair)
Brake pads alone are £400 a set, a clutch around £800....services at 19k min £150 major £319 (plus non service parts)
Interesting... new car or used? Secondly, 80k miles over 3 years, not 50k. Thirdly, £900 per year for maintaining a new car? I know from experience it doesn't cost that much to run a brand new car. It used to cost that much to maintain my previous (10+ year old E-Class).


It was new......it had 2 full sets of pads in that time, a new clutch at 56k, a new wheel bearing at 60k & was serviced every 15k miles (mixed rather than all motorway).....not saying it will cost this much..but on a 3 year 25k lease that's 75k over the lease...I may have been unlucky but these days I'd only go for a fully maintained lease even if it cost £40 a month more.......not that I need to these days !!

Edited By: corred1964 on Dec 11, 2016 21:23
1 Like #17
donslibi

And obviously with a 2 year lease, there is no need for a major service.

At 25k miles PA you will. Inspection Service is 19k miles
#18
donslibi
And obviously with a 2 year lease, there is no need for a major service.

There is when the OP wants to do 50k in that time frame. He'd need at two majors and two minors/oil.
1 Like #19
donslibi
For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change

And that's why BMW has its recent issues with engines. Idiotic to service a car at 20k miles.
#20
m5rcc
donslibi
For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change
And that's why BMW has its recent issues with engines. Idiotic to service a car at 20k miles.

Do you have more information on that please?
#21
donslibi
m5rcc
donslibi
For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change
And that's why BMW has its recent issues with engines. Idiotic to service a car at 20k miles.
Do you have more information on that please?

Simply Google "BMW longlife N47": the main reason for the failures was BMW's longlife servicing. Any oil will get contaminated by 20,000 miles and start to block oilways. Every engine needs an oil and filter change at least every 10,000 miles or every 12 months whichever comes first. One doesn't need to be a car expert to know that.
#22
m5rcc
donslibi
m5rcc
donslibi
For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change
And that's why BMW has its recent issues with engines. Idiotic to service a car at 20k miles.
Do you have more information on that please?
Simply Google "BMW longlife N47": the main reason for the failures was BMW's longlife servicing. Any oil will get contaminated by 20,000 miles and start to block oilways. Every engine needs an oil and filter change at least every 10,000 miles or every 12 months whichever comes first. One doesn't need to be a car expert to know that.

And why some high performance cars like the Subaru Impreza recommend oil changes every 6k miles

Recommendation direct from a mechanic at a Subaru garage who actually changes the oil in his every 4.5k miles

Edited By: corred1964 on Dec 12, 2016 00:09
#23
corred1964
m5rcc
donslibi
m5rcc
donslibi
For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change
And that's why BMW has its recent issues with engines. Idiotic to service a car at 20k miles.
Do you have more information on that please?
Simply Google "BMW longlife N47": the main reason for the failures was BMW's longlife servicing. Any oil will get contaminated by 20,000 miles and start to block oilways. Every engine needs an oil and filter change at least every 10,000 miles or every 12 months whichever comes first. One doesn't need to be a car expert to know that.
And why some high performance cars like the Subaru Impreza recommend oil changes every 6k miles
Recommendation direct from a mechanic at a Subaru garage who actually changes the oil in his every 4.5k miles

Ideally yes of course. Id even go further by changing brake fluids and gearbox oil (if applicable) yearly too on high performance cars.
#24
m5rcc
donslibi
m5rcc
donslibi
For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change
And that's why BMW has its recent issues with engines. Idiotic to service a car at 20k miles.
Do you have more information on that please?
Simply Google "BMW longlife N47": the main reason for the failures was BMW's longlife servicing. Any oil will get contaminated by 20,000 miles and start to block oilways. Every engine needs an oil and filter change at least every 10,000 miles or every 12 months whichever comes first. One doesn't need to be a car expert to know that.

Fair enough, but an old issue that affected N47 engines manufactured between 2007 and 2011.
1 Like #25
donslibi
Fair enough, but an old issue that affected N47 engines manufactured between 2007 and 2011.

An old issue that has knocked BMW down a peg or two on the myth of reliability of German cars. BMW are not the only manufacturing imposing/suggesting longlife service plans. VAG do it group-wide too, so, as per the OPs requirements, not having a major service at all in 50k miles would be plain stupid.
#26
m5rcc
donslibi
Fair enough, but an old issue that affected N47 engines manufactured between 2007 and 2011.
An old issue that has knocked BMW down a peg or two on the myth of reliability of German cars. BMW are not the only manufacturing imposing/suggesting longlife service plans. VAG do it group-wide too, so, as per the OPs requirements, not having a major service at all in 50k miles would be plain stupid.

Just checked and new BMW oil change is every 10k miles.
1 Like #27
donslibi
Just checked and new BMW oil change is every 10k miles.

Lesson learned then...it's what it should have been from the start.
#28
donslibi
m5rcc
donslibi
Fair enough, but an old issue that affected N47 engines manufactured between 2007 and 2011.
An old issue that has knocked BMW down a peg or two on the myth of reliability of German cars. BMW are not the only manufacturing imposing/suggesting longlife service plans. VAG do it group-wide too, so, as per the OPs requirements, not having a major service at all in 50k miles would be plain stupid.
Just checked and new BMW oil change is every 10k miles.

In that basis with main dealer costs you could expect around £500 in servicing costs each year covering 25k a year
1 Like #29
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
Good price but probably require expensive main dealer servicing with no maintenance included will may add around £60+ a month to that price
£60 a month is excessive. For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change. Not sure about Audi but certainly won't be 10 times that.
I was talking about an average over 3 years when you start including major services ! Last time I had a major service on an Audi it cost over £400
£400 / 36 =~£11pm for 36months.
And obviously with a 2 year lease, there is no need for a major service.
Over 3 years with servicing & other parts requiring replacement (excl consumables) my Audi cost over £900 a year on average....having covered 80k miles (true that included a new clutch but not a warranty repair)
Brake pads alone are £400 a set, a clutch around £800....services at 19k min £150 major £319 (plus non service parts)
Interesting... new car or used? Secondly, 80k miles over 3 years, not 50k. Thirdly, £900 per year for maintaining a new car? I know from experience it doesn't cost that much to run a brand new car. It used to cost that much to maintain my previous (10+ year old E-Class).


It was new......it had 2 full sets of pads in that time, a new clutch at 56k, a new wheel bearing at 60k & was serviced every 15k miles (mixed rather than all motorway).....not saying it will cost this much..but on a 3 year 25k lease that's 75k over the lease...I may have been unlucky but these days I'd only go for a fully maintained lease even if it cost £40 a month more.......not that I need to these days !!


something wrong with the car or driver. I've had a few cars and no car has had to have a clutch replaced until at least 100000 miles. had my Peugeot for 14 years and I had the clutch changed for the first time 2 years ago at 108000. if my audi lasts only 58k I will complain.. either they badly designed, too stressed on you need some right foot treatment lol
#30
why would you want to take it to a main dealer in the first place?
#31
nougat
why would you want to take it to a main dealer in the first place?

It is possibly a condition of the lease.
#32
Surely no one services a car unless forced to?
I changed my oil and noted it had been 50,000 miles since the last one (about 2 years)

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