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Honda Civic Lease deal £89.00+ Vat(106.80 inc) for 5k miles, £109+ Vat (130.80 inc) for 10k, £129 + Vat (154.8) for 15k, £149 + Vat (178.8) for 20k Miles. £1000 + Vat initial payment including documentation fees)

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One of the best lease deals I've seen yet in my constant hunt! This Civic is £89 plus vat for 5000 miles. Add another £20 per month for each 5000 extra miles you do per year! Very helpful because it'…
j3rr3my8 Avatar2y, 2w agoFound 2 years, 2 weeks ago78 Comments
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HondaLad

Best way to tell if you have a DPF? Turn your ignition on and look for a DPF light.

I know it doesn't have a DPF and also there is no light.
Oh and my other car redlines at 9k and is DOHC. (nice username by the way)
justanotherpunter
Laura Palmer

The 2.2 has a DPF, the 1.8 which is a petrol doesn't (clearly) and the 1.6 diesel doesn't. The honest John article does not say it does.
I should know I have one.
lol, have you actually looked in the engine/under the car/inside the exhaust pipe?
Most blokes haven't even heard of a DPF, never mind a woman arguing over whether one is inserted in her exhaust pipe (or not) :p
How rude. And do you know who Laura Palmer is? Lol
you posted it. thanks.
so let the members decide who needs it.
Don't sell it.
ok.[/quote]
Although I might be talking out of turn here - are you admin? If not, let the members discuss the deals, don't dictate. ok.
princeprecious
j3rr3my8
princeprecious
j3rr3my8
wildrob68
The Volkswagon Up is £59.99 per month. its a 3door, and 1.0 litre.http://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/detail/53745/VOLKSWAGEN-UP-HATCHBACK.html
Yep. It also costs about half the price new and is restricted to 5000 miles. these cars are totally, totally different. One is a city run around and one is a small family five door car.
In fact, the rrp for the up is listed at £7000 on the website, while the civic is listed as 16000!!! Which would suggest to me that they're not really that comparable...
But for comparison purposes, you can buy a tin of beans in tesco for 50p, so that may be the best option for you
why so rude?
are you a hukd member or honda sales agent???
Because the car used to compare couldn't have been less relevant to whether or not this is a good deal. Apologies if it came across as rude, it wasn't intended. No I'm not a Honda Sales agent! This deal is from an email I received, so I like to think that I am a good hukd member for posting the deal up!
you posted it. thanks.
so let the members decide who needs it.
Don't sell it.
ok.

Highly appropriate name
I think this deal is BRILLIANT. I quite fancy the SLK.
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VOLKSWAGEN UP 1.0 Take Up 3dr - 35 months at £59.99 + £960 Initial payment, Total £3,239.39 - Equivalent to £90 a month at Central UK Vehicle Leasing

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You read it right, a brand new VW car for three years for only £90 a month. Amazing deal! Retail on this model is over £8k. Cost breakdown Initial Payment of £960 35 payments of £59.99 Documenta…
oddballjamie Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago158 Comments
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This site is about saving money??? Here's how!Look for a jap made Toyota Yaris (not french rebadge) 1.0 vvti pre 2000.These cars are statistically the best used mot pass vehicles out there. They are phenomenal vehicles. Both my wife and I own one. There are some recorded 300,000 milers still running on a 1.0 with diesel performance. Good ones are worth their weight in gold. Don't believe me....ask honest john. He raves about them:-)
Wise up buy a motorcycle and live your dreams.dreams. Lifes too short for under performing tin boxes.
springbrucesteen
Melbury
barbiegirl
Melbury
I don't think I could stand the worry of leasing because people in supermarket car parks just don't care what they bash their trolley into and when it is time to give the car back, undoubtedly the leasing company expect it to still look in showroom condition without a mark on it:(

Not quite, there's fair wear and tear allowed (see BCA guide on the issue). But if you bought a brand new car for cold hard cash, wouldn't you have the same fears?

True, but then at least I would own the car.

Where I work a couple of people who had leased cars had to pay out a fortune following the pre-return inspection and that really put me off leasing:(

had they been running the cars in the british touring cars championship or something

No, not at all, the cars looked perfectly fine to me. The inspector just wrote out mega reports detailing every little mark etc and just seemed like they expected the cars back looking like new. Also they didn't have a choice of where to get the required work done, they just had to pay the billoO

Edited By: Melbury on Nov 16, 2014 11:02
eslick
Guys last comment from me, if you saw the car you wouldn't spend a penny on it, you would be waiting for it to die too, next year there is no way it will pass its test, but then I was told that last year, spending money on oil and filters will not make a difference they would cost more than the car is worth now. I inherited the car 8 years ago, so have little attachment to it, it was never the intention to sell it on and I never thought it would last this long but it doesn't want to go. It's a banger, nothing to look at but starts and goes simple as that. It was in the garage a few weeks ago for something small, could have done it myself but to old for that now, and the garage who you can trust agrees no need for a service it's just not worth it and the oil and coolant are fine.

Each to their own its served us well for what it is and what we expected from it and outlay gas been minimal cheapest motoring but now not worth spending any more on it.

For just 3p a day you can prolong the life of your dying car. Thats all it costs for a diy oil and filter change on an old car. Not changing the oil is disrespectful to the car for what it gives you back.
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Audi S5 Quattro Black 2 year lease, Central UK Vehicle Leasing, £395.99 per month (incl. VAT), total £12,851.62

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This is only a deal if a) you are interested in leasing, and b) you are interested in a car such as an Audi S5 I acknowledge that if you don't answer yes to a and b you may not consider this to be
Darrelg Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago18 Comments
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Cold
I prefer the sound of the 4.2
Out of the 8000 miles per year, about 200 of that would be wheel spin :)
I like the S3 but my girlfriend is getting a golf R so was looking for something a little more further removed.
voted hot - this is a cracking deal for this car
I used to have an S3 Sportback but would love an S5 as feel its less boy racer. Would have one with DSG though.
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MINI HATCHBACK 1.5 Diesel Cooper 5dr + Chili & Media Pack XL - £191.99 p.m. inc VAT £6,323.62 over 2 years @ Centralvehicle leasing

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Great deal for a lease. £1,728 deposit + £180 fee. The 5 door model only became available in October of this year! With deposit and fee works this out at £6,323.62 over two years. A bargain for thi…
Tornado1966 Avatar2y, 3w agoFound 2 years, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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lolyehright
Ripoff.
nikolaj
too expensive mate
It might be more than some people can afford but it's still at least £4K cheaper than from the MINI dealer....


There are deals on prestige vehicle leasing for around this amount that pop up on here. This just isn't worth it.
I love lease deals but this is one hideous car, 5 doors on a mini just doesn't look right
£263.46 per month if you add the deposit and fee,

6323.62 divided by 24 months = £263.46
lolyehright
Ripoff.
nikolaj
too expensive mate
It might be more than some people can afford but it's still at least £4K cheaper than from the MINI dealer....
Ripoff.
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VOLKSWAGEN UP 1.0 Take Up 3dr - 36 months at £94.80 + £569 Initial payment, Total £4,067.00 at Central UK Vehicle Leasing

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At last a 36 month lease, get full value of the warranty and still no MOT, works out £113 a month for a brand new VW. Cost breakdown Initial Payment of £569 35 payments of £94.80 Documentation f…
oddballjamie Avatar2y, 4w agoFound 2 years, 4 weeks ago84 Comments
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gx909
karlie88
Believe it or not, CVL have got the VW Up 1.0 3dr Take Up car for the following:

Deposit: £960
23 monthly payments: £60/month
Admin fee: £180

All inclusive of VAT. 5,000 miles pa; extra 4p per mile excess.

Business and Personal on 2 year lease.

Works out at £105 per month.

It's now on their website (for 36 month lease though).

shows as POA for me when you choose 36 months
& anyone know the cost for 36months @ 8ooo miles pa please?

Edited By: J9STL on Dec 12, 2014 17:09
furbix
gx909
karlie88
Believe it or not, CVL have got the VW Up 1.0 3dr Take Up car for the following:
Deposit: £960
23 monthly payments: £60/month
Admin fee: £180
All inclusive of VAT. 5,000 miles pa; extra 4p per mile excess.
Business and Personal on 2 year lease.
Works out at £105 per month.
It's now on their website (for 36 month lease though).
Is that a personal lease though?

Details are here
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/volkswagen-up-1-0-take-up-3dr-35-months-59-99-960-initial-payment-total-3239-39-2050686
gx909
karlie88
Believe it or not, CVL have got the VW Up 1.0 3dr Take Up car for the following:

Deposit: £960
23 monthly payments: £60/month
Admin fee: £180

All inclusive of VAT. 5,000 miles pa; extra 4p per mile excess.

Business and Personal on 2 year lease.

Works out at £105 per month.

It's now on their website (for 36 month lease though).

Is that a personal lease though?
karlie88
Believe it or not, CVL have got the VW Up 1.0 3dr Take Up car for the following:

Deposit: £960
23 monthly payments: £60/month
Admin fee: £180

All inclusive of VAT. 5,000 miles pa; extra 4p per mile excess.

Business and Personal on 2 year lease.

Works out at £105 per month.

It's now on their website (for 36 month lease though).

Edited By: gx909 on Nov 14, 2014 00:46
Melbury
eslick
Melbury
eslick
I have seen many of these deals and in threads I post to I am always told that you are better off leasing being old school still can't understand it so here goes.

You can buy the same car for 6.5k, with 5000 miles and less than 6 months old. go for a bigger spec car and get a loan from sainsburys for double the cost here and pay over 3 years and at the end have a car worth 4k and no worries about having to pay any additional payment. Finance charge over 3 years works out at £450

And unlike a sandwich, I see a car as an asset but many now see it as something to throw away :(

And no one in their right mind buys new, so don't try pulling that one :)


Would love to find one of these 6-12 months old for circa £6,500. They have fantastic reviews and I just want a small economical car.

Please point me in the direction of where I might find one:)

http://usedcars.volkswagen.co.uk/Up!/1.0-60PS-Take-up!/Blackburn/3279264-604376091-123335.aspx?srcmdc=se_na_re_

just go into your local dealer and ask them to find one if its not close by :)

Thank you so much for the information, haven't been on here for a couple of days. That is an amazing deal, but too far from where I live.

Is the nearly new one I posted any nearer for you?
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VOlkswagen Golf 1.6tdi 105 Match lease - £1881.60 upfront, £117.60 pm + £180 document fees £4,844.00 @ CentralUK Vehicle Leasing

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99 Plus vat to lease the volkswagen golf match tdi for two years. 74 mpg combined make this an affordable car to use, and although this deal is restricted to 5000 miles per annum, since excess miles a…
j3rr3my8 Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago49 Comments
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£200 per month once all costs are counted ie 4844/24. Not sure if this is a good deal
abaxas
Youngy
In my experience 105bhp is a bit low for car Golf size

It's not about the ultimate power but the area under the torque curve.

http://www.sacarfan.co.za/wp-content/gallery/volkswagen-2010-polo/power-output-torque-1-6-tdi-cr.jpg

Plenty of omphhh there. 67 hp at 2000 rpm and almost 50hp at 1500 rpm.



Ok fair enough, where did you find that? Be interested in seeing for other cars.
Youngy
In my experience 105bhp is a bit low for car Golf size

It's not about the ultimate power but the area under the torque curve.

http://www.sacarfan.co.za/wp-content/gallery/volkswagen-2010-polo/power-output-torque-1-6-tdi-cr.jpg

Plenty of omphhh there. 67 hp at 2000 rpm and almost 50hp at 1500 rpm.


Edited By: abaxas on Nov 07, 2014 12:09
In my experience 105bhp is a bit low for car Golf size
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NISSAN X-TRAIL DIESEL STATION WAGON 1.6 dCi Acenta 5dr [7 Seat] £1900.69 plus £211pm & £180 fees @ centralukvehicleleasing £7,149.20

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There is also a £1,583.91 + VAT initial papayment Much cheaper than to "buy" from car dealer... i know i'll get flamed for this but i think its a great deal Need a car now? If you don't
chrisrichardson24 Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago5 Comments
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Forget the leasephobics. That's a very good price for 7str Acenta.
Much cheaper than to 'buy' from dealer ????

Makes no sense as u will not own this vehicle its a lease !
might want to change the title from Issan to Nissan?
prices you quote are all wrong. its followed by £175 plus vat a month
missy, nissy
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RANGE ROVER EVOQUE DIESEL COUPE 2.2 eD4 Pure 3dr [Tech Pack] 2WD (Personal Lease - Initial payment of £2,339.91 excl. VAT +23 monthly payments of £311.99 incl. VAT - 10k miles per annum) @ centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk £9,983.66

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Contract Length: 24 months Contract Mileage: 10000 Maintenance: No (about another £30 per month) MRP: £25958.33 on the road Free Delivery: (UK mainland only) Payment profile: Initial payme…
dajambo Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago10 Comments
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2wd can be cheaper to run than 4wd
ShaunnyBwoy
Better off buying it for that price, but then... who on earth would buy a 2WD range rover??


This model is aimed at the very popular 'cross over' market which the majority of models on sale don't have 4wd. Personally I'd prefer 4wd but this deal is too expensive anyhow IMHO.
ShaunnyBwoy
Better off buying it for that price, but then... who on earth would buy a 2WD range rover??
vanity cars
I think a 2wd drive makes perfect sense or do these struggle over speed bumps?
ShaunnyBwoy
who on earth would buy a 2WD range rover??
http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/5/20/1305900724317/Decline-of-living-standar-007.jpg

Makes absolute sense, actually.
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CITROEN C1 HATCHBACK 1.0 VTi Touch 3dr - £1377.86 upfront and £59.99 pm for five years & max 5k miles per year @ Central UK Vehicle Leasing £6,675.00

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First post be nice... Looks like a really good deal... 5k miles pa £150+vat fees £1000 deposit £60/month inc vat
hardy1976 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago55 Comments
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Anyone recommend a company that does 12 month lease?
What is it that people say? I don't need one but I'm going to buy one anyway!

Not sure if better deal is 18 or 24 months.
5000 miles per annum. Great if you only travel a max of 13 miles a day!!
Arold
But it's French

Technically toyota make these
But it's French
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Golf R TSI 300bhp Personal Lease - £178.79/month inc. VAT £6,692.17 @ centralvehicleleasing

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Stunning deal for a lease. £2400 deposit + £180 fee. With deposit and fee works out at £6,692.17 over two years. Absolute bargain for a car of this calibre. You can also spec it with a DSG and t…
r3tract Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago718 Comments
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It stated 15000 on the policy but that does sound quite a bit. According to what car after 3 years the car will be worth over 17000 grand. Not sure if the cars short fall would be over 15000 so 5000 grand should suffice. What does everyone else think
doddza69
markymark34
I haven't tried it yet but i think VP10 is the voucher code for 10% off an ala policy.
Voucher code does work and knocks it down to £251 for the two years. This includes the tyre cover as well. Not worth not getting it for this amount as two tyres would cost more than this. https://www.ala.co.uk/retail/quote.php?action=goto&group=cars&options=3
Also 10% off for quidco and topcashback but not sure if you can get both voucher code and quidco at same time


What GAP claim limit are people going for?

Surely £5000 is enough, thus a final price of £94 after the code?
markymark34
I haven't tried it yet but i think VP10 is the voucher code for 10% off an ala policy.


Voucher code does work and knocks it down to £251 for the two years. This includes the tyre cover as well. Not worth not getting it for this amount as two tyres would cost more than this.
https://www.ala.co.uk/retail/quote.php?action=goto&group=cars&options=3


Also 10% off for quidco and topcashback but not sure if you can get both voucher code and quidco at same time

Edited By: doddza69 on Feb 15, 2015 20:11
I haven't tried it yet but i think VP10 is the voucher code for 10% off an ala policy.
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iamdaman
whey man the pic looks awesome, made me so excited, mine is in the uk today :) yay........still waiting for 15 plate. what gap insurance value are people using, and price it costs, i know we had earlier posts of gap provider and discount code, maybe this should be re flagged as people are getting cars now..is it worth getting the gap service and tyres plan as they say replace same product..which are ££££££££££...



On checking with ala.co.uk you can get gap insurance for about 100 and with tyre cover 150. So if you buy over the two year that would be 300 and would include a new set of tyres just in case you manage to puncture them all accidentally !!!
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Citroen C1 airscape 1.2 flair - top range model, 24 months £88/month £1320 upfront @ centralukvehicleleasing £3,494.00

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A fantastic deal for the top range citroen c1. Has the much better 1.2 engine, the electric folding sunroof, touchscreen, air con etc. Ok, its no golf r or a 4 series, but its a good price. £1320 u…
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Very well, I'm man enough to admit I am wrong and this is a website glitch. Will expire the deal.
"For those drivers without the gift of sight, when you click the link it defaults to 5000 mile limit. Change this to 8000 to see this deal"

Added to the description an hour after my last comment. :p How sad. :(

I don't know how you can consider a website bug, which they won't honour to be a good deal.

ollie2001 contacted them and they said you only get the car for 18 months. What more proof do you want?

Get over yourself. :D
BarryRiley
jaydeeuk1
BarryRiley
ajgrahamdotcom
Astonished we're 9 comments in and we've not had the 'you're only renting the car', 'why wouldn't you just buy it?', 'can you explain leasing to me as I'm unable to research subjects myself?' brigade invade the thread yet.

It's a perfectly valid point though. For £3500 you can buy a pretty reliable car, have no mechanical problems whatsoever and only pay a single MOT in the 18 months you have it. Even if you don't service it and just buy some cheap tires it will still be worth something at the end. I can understand someone leasing something like a BMW or Audi but who can't find something used comparable in quality to a C1 for £3500?

Peace of mind, and knowing if your car does develop an expensive fault 6 months down the line you haven't got a SOGA fight on your hands as any warranty sold with an old car won't be worth the paper its written on. I wouldn't want to buy a car i've owned previously! £3500 for 24 months care free motoring is worth it imo. Do you just buy 2nd hand clothes and shoes?

Do you lease clothes and shoes? It's always a gamble, but most reasonable mileage cars you buy for £3500 aren't going to develop hugely expensive faults in 18 months if they're properly checked before you buy them. Even if they do develop a fauly which costs you £500, you're still up on any lease deal when you come to sell it. As I said, I can understand leasing a prestige badge car which is going to lose huge amounts of value and cost an arm and a leg should anything go wrong but not a C1

I think you're naive if you think that most people know how to spot a bad used car in the £3.5k region. You're either trawling dodgy used car markets or trying to find something privately. You're also being very one sided when talking about a possible £500 repair, you can easily buy a £3500 car and find it needs a £1500 repair. My dads old Mondeo was worth £3k and needed a new turbo for the TDi engine which would have cost £1500. A lot of used car garages whole business model is buying cars with issues that can be masked for long enough to flog to unsuspecting customers.

By your logic though a car like a C1 which will lose a huge percentage off it's value (compared to say a Mini or an S3) when first bought would be a good lease surely?
ollie2001
Checked with them, both the 5k and 8k deals are 18 months only :(

24 months is £20+vat extra a month.

Expired in my view as it never really existed.

Thanks for checking. Their website is really buggy. Changing the mileage to 8k does indeed display 24 months, but hit Refresh and it goes back to 18 months. Perhaps that explains why they say "Please be aware that prices may vary from those displayed" at the bottom of the page... (_;)

Agreed this deal should be expired, as it NEVER existed in the first place.
jaydeeuk1
BarryRiley
ajgrahamdotcom
Astonished we're 9 comments in and we've not had the 'you're only renting the car', 'why wouldn't you just buy it?', 'can you explain leasing to me as I'm unable to research subjects myself?' brigade invade the thread yet.

It's a perfectly valid point though. For £3500 you can buy a pretty reliable car, have no mechanical problems whatsoever and only pay a single MOT in the 18 months you have it. Even if you don't service it and just buy some cheap tires it will still be worth something at the end. I can understand someone leasing something like a BMW or Audi but who can't find something used comparable in quality to a C1 for £3500?

Peace of mind, and knowing if your car does develop an expensive fault 6 months down the line you haven't got a SOGA fight on your hands as any warranty sold with an old car won't be worth the paper its written on. I wouldn't want to buy a car i've owned previously! £3500 for 24 months care free motoring is worth it imo. Do you just buy 2nd hand clothes and shoes?

Do you lease clothes and shoes? It's always a gamble, but most reasonable mileage cars you buy for £3500 aren't going to develop hugely expensive faults in 18 months if they're properly checked before you buy them. Even if they do develop a fauly which costs you £500, you're still up on any lease deal when you come to sell it. As I said, I can understand leasing a prestige badge car which is going to lose huge amounts of value and cost an arm and a leg should anything go wrong but not a C1
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CITROEN C1 HATCHBACK 1.0 VTi Touch 3dr 18 month Lease £59.99 per month! £2,429.00

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CITROEN C1 HATCHBACK 1.0 VTi Touch 3dr Contract Length:18 months Contract Mileage:5000 (an extra £5 per month, plus VAT to take it to 8000 miles) Maintenance:Maintenance: No MRP:£6675.00 on t…
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Lease is another word for rental if you like
what will happen at the end of 17 months? will they take the car back?
I wouldnt trust a Citroen with " pyrotechnically" charged seatbelts as its likely to short circuit at some point blowing your knackers off ! oO

Edited By: hooray henry on Aug 13, 2014 16:19
The only bonus is the short lease. I bet compulsory servicing costs add another £500++++
Lol, I can get a PS4 for £5 a month for 12 months......................as long as I pay £350 up front!
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CHEAP LEASE DEALBMW 3 SERIES GRAN TURISMO DIESEL HATCHBACK 330d xDrive M Sport 5dr Step Auto [Business Media] (deposit £2560)320d M Sport 5dr [Business Media] £233.99 per month + 9 deposite(£7637.68) £9,100.00 @ centralukvehicleleasing

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CHEAP LEASE DEAL £284.99 A MONTH + 9 DEPOSITE BMW 3 SERIES GRAN TURISMO DIESEL HATCHBACK 330d xDrive M Sport 5dr Step Auto [Business Media] also BMW 3 SERIES GRAN TURISMO DIESEL HATCHBACK 320d M S…
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computer3780
pasheast
What happens at the end of the lease period?

Rev the car on 2nd or 3rd gear, put handbrake on at 60 mph....then make face like Forrest Gump and hand back the keys! oO


LMAO!
Can you give me a link to the 320d i can't find it

Edit-Found it

Edited By: MaJiiK on Aug 08, 2014 21:04: found
pasheast
What happens at the end of the lease period?

Rev the car on 2nd or 3rd gear, put handbrake on at 60 mph....then make face like Forrest Gump and hand back the keys! oO
pasheast
What happens at the end of the lease period?

A large spacecraft appears over the horizon, hovers above the car, and warps it up in a brilliant beam.

Or you can hand it back.
What happens at the end of the lease period?
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Citroen C1 1.0 VTi Touch 3dr 24 month lease - £554 initial payment, £92.40 per month VAT Included @ Central UK Vehicle Leasing

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Brand new Citroen C1 based on a 24 month lease, £554.40 inc VAT initial payment then 23 payments of £92.40 inc VAT per month. 5000 miles per year, unsure of charge per extra mile. On 8000 miles
Spiike Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago70 Comments
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Does this include insurance?
happychappy
gpawan
happychappy
gpawan
Toyota vvti engine. Superb way to get a toyota for citroen money!

Right so Freelander 1 that used BMWs 2 ltr diesel is really a BMW not a Land Rover then?
Are you aware that the Citroen C1, Peugeot 107/108 and the Toyota Aygo are manufactured in the same plant by the same engineers in Czech.
So your comment about Bmw's and Landrover's irrelevant. I hope I have taught you something today.
Good day.

Thank you, but on this occasion you have taught me nothing I did not know, however have you ever thought of buying a sense of humour? Sue if you keep you eyes open in hot deals one will come available for you.
Have a great happy and humorous day.
Oh the humor comment. I always see that from people who don't know what to say.
This is an amazing deal, please don't **** it is my point, we've got enough grumpy people on here.
gpawan
happychappy
gpawan
Toyota vvti engine. Superb way to get a toyota for citroen money!

Right so Freelander 1 that used BMWs 2 ltr diesel is really a BMW not a Land Rover then?
Are you aware that the Citroen C1, Peugeot 107/108 and the Toyota Aygo are manufactured in the same plant by the same engineers in Czech.
So your comment about Bmw's and Landrover's irrelevant. I hope I have taught you something today.
Good day.

Thank you, but on this occasion you have taught me nothing I did not know, however have you ever thought of buying a sense of humour? Sue if you keep you eyes open in hot deals one will come available for you.
Have a great happy and humorous day.
happychappy
gpawan
Toyota vvti engine. Superb way to get a toyota for citroen money!

Right so Freelander 1 that used BMWs 2 ltr diesel is really a BMW not a Land Rover then?
Are you aware that the Citroen C1, Peugeot 107/108 and the Toyota Aygo are manufactured in the same plant by the same engineers in Czech.
So your comment about Bmw's and Landrover's irrelevant. I hope I have taught you something today.
Good day.
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Lease MERCEDES GLA 200 CDI AMG Line 5dr - 24 Month Lease/8,000mpa - £263.99 per month - Initial £1583.93 + Doc fee £180 £7,835.68

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MERCEDES-BENZ GLA CLASS DIESEL HATCHBACK GLA 200 CDI AMG Line 5dr Looks like a good deal for a Merc.
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Leasing is the only way to go
Good find for an AMG Line Merc.

Consider buying this car instead....

Model costs £26,850. After two years it is worth £16,950

Total cost excluding finance = £9,900
Or lease and save yourself around £2k

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Tyranicus66
dwain
Tyranicus66
stuellis
I thought AMG were meant to be performance, the spec says otherwise.

M Sport used to be the same. Both now just badges for a shiner trim.

I can assure you that my M Sport is slightly better than that, admittedly not a true 'M' car, but at £25k cheaper good enough for me.

http://www.bmw.com/com/en/newvehicles/2series/coupe/2013/showroom/driving_dynamics/m235i.html

Aye, that's a peach of an engine. My brother had it in a 3 series, however you can still get a 316D M-Sport - just a trim level now. The really M cars are still about but BMW is becoming increasingly glitzy and badge heavy much to its detriment imo.

Yup, it's just a little more powerful now, even more so than the new 335i and 435i's they fall short by 20 horses, not much, but bragging power none the less.
dwain
Tyranicus66
stuellis
I thought AMG were meant to be performance, the spec says otherwise.

M Sport used to be the same. Both now just badges for a shiner trim.

I can assure you that my M Sport is slightly better than that, admittedly not a true 'M' car, but at £25k cheaper good enough for me.

http://www.bmw.com/com/en/newvehicles/2series/coupe/2013/showroom/driving_dynamics/m235i.html

Aye, that's a peach of an engine. My brother had it in a 3 series, however you can still get a 316D M-Sport - just a trim level now. The really M cars are still about but BMW is becoming increasingly glitzy and badge heavy much to its detriment imo.
Tyranicus66
stuellis
I thought AMG were meant to be performance, the spec says otherwise.

M Sport used to be the same. Both now just badges for a shiner trim.

I can assure you that my M Sport is slightly better than that, admittedly not a true 'M' car, but at £25k cheaper good enough for me.

http://www.bmw.com/com/en/newvehicles/2series/coupe/2013/showroom/driving_dynamics/m235i.html
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300BHP VW Golf R 5dr- 24 month lease - £1555 deposit (inc document fee) - £229.20 per month (all prices inc VAT) @ centralukvehicleleasing £6,826.80

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The most powerful production Golf yet, the 300 PS Golf R can be leased for a staggering £229.20 per month on this 6+23 month lease profile. Only 5,000 miles per annum, but if you've a short commute l…
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not available now please expire
Deals gone. And they're retracting orders now...

Dear Customer

It has come to light that Volkswagen Golf R campaign is only available to Business Ltd and Sole Trader Companies. The extra support on this campaign will not be available for personal applications. Unfortunately this means that Volkswagen will not be able to honour the personal orders placed.
That's 70p ****. And 6p after so another day 10k miles would only be 600 quid
poi55on
themorgatron
Do you not get stung for every little scratch, ding and scuff when you return the car at the end of the lease?

I'd be surprised if a Golf depreciated 7k in 2 years, especially with only 10k miles on the clock.

You lose £5k in vat as soon as you leave the forcourt(at the £30k people are quoting on here) Looking at autotrader it's more like 34-35k so that'd be £5833 off 35k

That's a complete myth, you do not lose any VAT on the car. Prices are dictated by the market. Look at the BMW mini, you could sell a year old example for the price you originally paid for it due to demand. So where did the VAT loss go?
lhurren
WillieGallimore
Golf R thats not normally aspirated? I'll pass.
A great model ruined by lazy engineering

It's far harder to engineer a two litre, four cly turbo engine to produce 300hp with minimal lag and good economy than it is to add a couple of clynders and let the displacement do the work. The latter is 'lazy engineering'.
you clearly don't know how wrong you are
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New Model 2014 MINI Cooper 1.6 £232.00pm inc VAT FULLY MAINTAINED _ 8k miles pa 6+23 @ centralukvehicleleasing

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- £180 pm inc VAT (£150 ex VAT) Looks like a very good deal but there are one off costs - upfront payment £1080 inc VAT - admin cost £180 inc VAT Overall works out to be £232 pm (£194 ex VAT) over…
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Samuelsmith87:

I think you'd have to define how a UK citizen could be milking the NHS. It is a service that is there for our use in medical need. If you have a medical need and you're British then what limitations would you apply to it's use? Is someone who hasn't paid into the taxation system, but who is British and of working age considered to be milking the NHS? Not by the current rules, anyone who is British has the right to use it. Should be we allowing dole wallers to go untreated?

Someone who arrives in the UK for the purposes of health tourism could be defined as milking the service because no matter what they are having done, they haven't contributed towards the costs, nor are they entitled to the service by citizenship.

The only way I could consider a British citizen to be milking the NHS would be to have treatment that provides little or no health benefit such as breast enlargements on the NHS (although some may argue that risk of low self esteem may lead to depression etc - that is another argument).

Apologies to the OP, this has nowt to do with the deal posted.
Exactly....sssshhhhhh............ bore
Samuelsmith87:

I think you'd have to define how a UK citizen could be milking the NHS. It is a service that is there for our use in medical need. If you have a medical need and you're British then what limitations would you apply to it's use? Is someone who hasn't paid into the taxation system, but who is British and of working age considered to be milking the NHS? Not by the current rules, anyone who is British has the right to use it. Should be we allowing dole wallers to go untreated?

Someone who arrives in the UK for the purposes of health tourism could be defined as milking the service because no matter what they are having done, they haven't contributed towards the costs, nor are they entitled to the service by citizenship.

The only way I could consider a British citizen to be milking the NHS would be to have treatment that provides little or no health benefit such as breast enlargements on the NHS (although some may argue that risk of low self esteem may lead to depression etc - that is another argument).

Apologies to the OP, this has nowt to do with the deal posted.
MaximusRo
samuelsmith87
MaximusRo
samuelsmith87
MaximusRo
samuelsmith87
This is why people are in financial trouble.
Dumb ass decisions such as renting everything (car/house) and then having nothing to show for all the money they've spent!
You see, you cannot be sure of that.
If some people would not redistribute their wealth to others, in this case leasing companies, and car manufacturers, those industries would die, and people would be out of jobs, so lots of people would be in financial trouble.
Just a different set of people.
It is like that time when the volcano erupted in Iceland and air companies were saying they would go bust if ban on flight is not lifted, and trying to impress saying people would lose their jobs. But weren't train companies going to employ more people?

So, no, I don't think this is the reason why so many people are in financial trouble.
Nah, because people get houses for free from the council which.......I contribute to via tax to.
If everyone could get their house in order and stop relying on hand outs most wouldn't be in financial ruin.
If you buy a car on finance, it's much better than leasing. Scratch your car, no worries. Scratch a leased car £££££sssss.
Your argument swings in roundabouts. From Lease cars to Volcanoes?
Bottom line is that people waste money by paying for something that is not financially rewarding at the end of it.
From cars to benefits system ?
You gave into daily mail type of argumentation... scratch a car £££ ? really? insurance, remember that?
Your type of argumentation is the typical narrow minded type we see these days in some daily mail type media.
Tax fraud from big companies is about 65 billion each year, banks manipulate EURIBOR, LIBOR etc and yet we talk about benefit fraud that barely touches 1 billion...
People spending money on someting you personally do not agree with is not wasting money.
You cannot waste money in an economy, you are just giving it to someone else.
So lets see, housing for free? So government pays the rent for some people, and that rent goes to where? Back to the governent, in the form of income tax, and the remaining is spent on goods that carry VAT, and fuel that carry huge amount of tax. It is a false issue, if you total VAT, income tax, fuel tax, road tax and so on, you soon realise government can give you any amount of money, as you are giving it back in no time.

By the way, you missed the point, volcanos were not the point... just like you miss the point about how the economy works.

BREAKING NEWS!!!!! THE ECONOMY IS FLAWED!
The government does shoot its self in the foot by not claiming tax from these HUGE companies......FLAWED
Non British nationals milking the NHS....FLAWED
Like you say £1 billion in benefit fraud is small fry......to whom? Another FLAW........
Yes spending money on what you want is fine....it's your freedom of choice to do so.
But doing so on rented things is a waste of money.
You failed to produce one single piece of evidence to support any of your points. Thus rendering them useless.
You probably failed to produce evidence as you cannot.
I will answer that question in your post though... to whom? To everybody interested. Be it government, newspapers, general population, politicians. Basic management rule: always try to solve the biggest issue first, the 80/20 outcome/efforts etc.
Talking about benefits when corporation and banking fraud is not solved, although it is much easier to do so, is useless.
By the way, "non british nationals"? Why is it better for a british national to milk the NHS?
Spending money on a leased car is not a waste of money. Why? Do you really care? I don't have to explain as you didn't bother..
It isn't ok for British nationals to milk the NHS...it should be looked after.
Have a look at Russell brands political views on YouTube. He makes great points.
You neither have produced no evidence to back up what you've said.......:{
MaximusRo
monkeyhanger75
If you want to drive a new car or a nearly new car and a rental/lease agreement will cost you the same or less per month than the depreciation in ownership term for buying it, why is rental a colossal waste of money (and a cardinal sin to some here)?

I do get visions of Samuelsmith and Co never eating out, because it's cheaper to eat beans on toast at home, faithfully cutting out tokens from the Sun to get a £9.50 holiday , because spending anything more is a waste, drinking indoors because those greedy pubs want more than 60p a pint etc. What a fun life to lead.

HUKD users should concern themselves with one thing. If you buy product X from supplier Y, is there a supplier Z that can supply it cheaper? If not, then it is a bargain if you're in the market to buy a product X. If you do see the same item for sale/rent cheaper elsewhere then please do tell us the details for supplier Z, so we can stop using supplier Y.

HUKD is for saving money on the things you'd buy anyway, not for passing judgment on people's lifestyles. Smart buying is not just for the skint and tight.

Good advice for anyone is to live within your means no matter what you buy. If you can run a nice car, live in a nice house and go on nice holidays within your means then why the hell not? My Grandad lived like a pauper for the 20 years after my Nana died, and left £300k in his will, which his kids spent. I'd much rather he spent it on himself and got out and enjoyed life a bit more before he died.

You're a long time dead, enjoy what you've got, while you've got it. If that includes the pleasure/appreciation/lack of hassle that some might get from driving a nice car then why not.
I liked the Samuelsmith and Co reference. I enjoy a decent debate, but he seems to think just using CAPITAL letters makes his personal views true...
am I not right?
the economy is flawed....there you go....no caps....just for you :|
monkeyhanger75
If you want to drive a new car or a nearly new car and a rental/lease agreement will cost you the same or less per month than the depreciation in ownership term for buying it, why is rental a colossal waste of money (and a cardinal sin to some here)?

I do get visions of Samuelsmith and Co never eating out, because it's cheaper to eat beans on toast at home, faithfully cutting out tokens from the Sun to get a £9.50 holiday , because spending anything more is a waste, drinking indoors because those greedy pubs want more than 60p a pint etc. What a fun life to lead.

HUKD users should concern themselves with one thing. If you buy product X from supplier Y, is there a supplier Z that can supply it cheaper? If not, then it is a bargain if you're in the market to buy a product X. If you do see the same item for sale/rent cheaper elsewhere then please do tell us the details for supplier Z, so we can stop using supplier Y.

HUKD is for saving money on the things you'd buy anyway, not for passing judgment on people's lifestyles. Smart buying is not just for the skint and tight.

Good advice for anyone is to live within your means no matter what you buy. If you can run a nice car, live in a nice house and go on nice holidays within your means then why the hell not? My Grandad lived like a pauper for the 20 years after my Nana died, and left £300k in his will, which his kids spent. I'd much rather he spent it on himself and got out and enjoyed life a bit more before he died.

You're a long time dead, enjoy what you've got, while you've got it. If that includes the pleasure/appreciation/lack of hassle that some might get from driving a nice car then why not.
I liked the Samuelsmith and Co reference. I enjoy a decent debate, but he seems to think just using CAPITAL letters makes his personal views true...
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BMW 120d 2yr lease - £900 uprfont and £180.00 per month @ Centralukvehicleleasing

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This looks a stunning deal to me! £180 a month for a 120d for 2 yrs. Yes there is £900 up front - so total cost over 2 yrs is just over £5k. Great engine as well.
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androoski
BargainHunter108
androoski
Bugeyed
It's a BMW. I don't believe I can drive that close to the car in front so they aren't for me

After Chris Bangle spell in BMW Styling and Design, those drivers all left BMW and went to Audi and it's usually an A3 or A4 grille that fills up rear view mirrors these days.
On the contrary I find more and more BMWs on the road.

I was talking about the habit of tailgating, not counting the number of cars.
Cant agree more. Also some VW golf/polo guys cutting across lately as well.
BargainHunter108
androoski
Bugeyed
It's a BMW. I don't believe I can drive that close to the car in front so they aren't for me

After Chris Bangle spell in BMW Styling and Design, those drivers all left BMW and went to Audi and it's usually an A3 or A4 grille that fills up rear view mirrors these days.
On the contrary I find more and more BMWs on the road.

I was talking about the habit of tailgating, not counting the number of cars.
androoski
Bugeyed
It's a BMW. I don't believe I can drive that close to the car in front so they aren't for me

After Chris Bangle spell in BMW Styling and Design, those drivers all left BMW and went to Audi and it's usually an A3 or A4 grille that fills up rear view mirrors these days.
On the contrary I find more and more BMWs on the road.
norville555
Merc A class is now a good looking smaller car than these.
Looks are subjective. I find Merc A class ugly but that does not mean they are. Its just my personal opinion. This deal would be a deal if the miles were better.
Bugeyed
It's a BMW. I don't believe I can drive that close to the car in front so they aren't for me

After Chris Bangle spell in BMW Styling and Design, those drivers all left BMW and went to Audi and it's usually an A3 or A4 grille that fills up rear view mirrors these days.
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