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Vauxhall Mokka 1.7 CDTi SE 5dr Auto - Jet Vehicle Finance - £136.21 per month plus £1,225.91 initial - 24 month lease £4,359.74 @ contracthireandleasing

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High Spec Mokka Auto for £4,359.74 over 2 years - works out as £181 per month. based on 10,000 miles per annum. Great price for high spec car. leather seats heated front seats front and r…
theshiznit Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago24 Comments
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Great deal, thanks OP.
2-3 weeks delivery. Colours available
Borocay Blue
Deep Espresso
oddballjamie
Joe90_guy
My lad wants a cross-over to replace an ancient Toyota Corolla that he inherited from his kind old Dad. Ideally he wants a Nissan Qashqai diesel or Kia Sportage which are both lovely cars. Sadly he only has £3k in ready cash and even second-hand ones cost an arm and a leg!
My lad works really hard. He needs, and I want him to have, a decent motor. So I get on the case. And I find him exactly what he needs. It's a Ssangyong Tivoli 1.6 SE petrol in metallic blue. You may never of heard of this car but it's actually rather tasty. It comes with a/c, electric everything, Bluetooth, cruise control, stop-start...virtually everything you could ever want. It's list price is £13,450 but there's a demonstrator on offer at £12,400. I talk to a really nice salesman who will take the Corolla as part-ex and reduce the price to £12k. The car is exactly two months old and has 1,123 miles on the clock. The car comes with almost all of it's five year unlimited mileage warranty intact. The warranty, whilst not as long as Kia's is brilliant as it covers things like the stereo and, for the first year, stuff like brakes and tyres. The car is pristine both inside and out. I tell the boy I'll cough for half and lend him £3k at zero interest because I'd rather he had something new rather than 3 years old.
I drive us to the dealers. I know he's thinking 'Dad's taking me to see some cheapo pile of 1970's butt-ugly East-European tat'. But he's sort of surprised because it actually looks, feels, smells and sounds okay. We go for a test drive. It's quiet and, if you put your foot down, quite pokey.
So, does he go for it? An almost brand new, fully warrantied car for £12k of which all he has to pay is £3k upfront and £3k on tick?? Nope! Not a snowball's chance in Hell! It's not kewl like a Qashqai or Sportage apparently...
Kids today. What can you do with them??
Sounds like your son has his head screwed on, no one sensible would buy a new/nearly new Ssangyon, the depreciation is horrendous.

This says otherwise...

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/92792/i-love-ssangyong-s-determination-to-deliver-good-value-for-money

Anyway, people get stupidly hung up on depreciation expressed as a percentage over three years, when what they should focus on is absolute depreciation over the actual length of time you are actually going to keep the car (at least five years in my lad's case). The latter definitely favours cars that have a low price in the first place.
Joe90_guy
My lad wants a cross-over to replace an ancient Toyota Corolla that he inherited from his kind old Dad. Ideally he wants a Nissan Qashqai diesel or Kia Sportage which are both lovely cars. Sadly he only has £3k in ready cash and even second-hand ones cost an arm and a leg!
My lad works really hard. He needs, and I want him to have, a decent motor. So I get on the case. And I find him exactly what he needs. It's a Ssangyong Tivoli 1.6 SE petrol in metallic blue. You may never of heard of this car but it's actually rather tasty. It comes with a/c, electric everything, Bluetooth, cruise control, stop-start...virtually everything you could ever want. It's list price is £13,450 but there's a demonstrator on offer at £12,400. I talk to a really nice salesman who will take the Corolla as part-ex and reduce the price to £12k. The car is exactly two months old and has 1,123 miles on the clock. The car comes with almost all of it's five year unlimited mileage warranty intact. The warranty, whilst not as long as Kia's is brilliant as it covers things like the stereo and, for the first year, stuff like brakes and tyres. The car is pristine both inside and out. I tell the boy I'll cough for half and lend him £3k at zero interest because I'd rather he had something new rather than 3 years old.
I drive us to the dealers. I know he's thinking 'Dad's taking me to see some cheapo pile of 1970's butt-ugly East-European tat'. But he's sort of surprised because it actually looks, feels, smells and sounds okay. We go for a test drive. It's quiet and, if you put your foot down, quite pokey.
So, does he go for it? An almost brand new, fully warrantied car for £12k of which all he has to pay is £3k upfront and £3k on tick?? Nope! Not a snowball's chance in Hell! It's not kewl like a Qashqai or Sportage apparently...
Kids today. What can you do with them??

Sounds like your son has his head screwed on, no one sensible would buy a new/nearly new Ssangyon, the depreciation is horrendous.
Joe90_guy
bankerscum
Joe90_guy
My lad wants a cross-over to replace an ancient Toyota Corolla that he inherited from his kind old Dad. Ideally he wants a Nissan Qashqai diesel or Kia Sportage which are both lovely cars. Sadly he only has £3k in ready cash and even second-hand ones cost an arm and a leg!
My lad works really hard. He needs, and I want him to have, a decent motor. So I get on the case. And I find him exactly what he needs. It's a Ssangyong Tivoli 1.6 SE petrol in metallic blue. You may never of heard of this car but it's actually rather tasty. It comes with a/c, electric everything, Bluetooth, cruise control, stop-start...virtually everything you could ever want. It's list price is £13,450 but there's a demonstrator on offer at £12,400. I talk to a really nice salesman who will take the Corolla as part-ex and reduce the price to £12k. The car is exactly two months old and has 1,123 miles on the clock. The car comes with almost all of it's five year unlimited mileage warranty intact. The warranty, whilst not as long as Kia's is brilliant as it covers things like the stereo and, for the first year, stuff like brakes and tyres. The car is pristine both inside and out. I tell the boy I'll cough for half and lend him £3k at zero interest because I'd rather he had something new rather than 3 years old.
I drive us to the dealers. I know he's thinking 'Dad's taking me to see some cheapo pile of 1970's butt-ugly East-European tat'. But he's sort of surprised because it actually looks, feels, smells and sounds okay. We go for a test drive. It's quiet and, if you put your foot down, quite pokey.
So, does he go for it? An almost brand new, fully warrantied car for £12k of which all he has to pay is £3k upfront and £3k on tick?? Nope! Not a snowball's chance in Hell! It's not kewl like a Qashqai or Sportage apparently...
Kids today. What can you do with them??
A Cashcow is certainly not cool. They are very popular as mobility / DLA cars around here, due to home visits from the dealers.
We went to see a three year old Qashqai at the weekend. £14k for a car that smelled of dogs and who's tyres looked as if the dealer has painted them with creosote! Warranty? Errr..sorry sir, that's expired. We also took a new Mokka for a spin. Now I'm not a big petrol-head. To me a car is just a machine much like any other (a fridge, a boiler, etc ). However I did think the Mokka was a tad noisy and felt a bit cheap inside. Without doubt, for me, the stand-out car of the three was the Tivoli by quite some margin. If you're into this kind of car (I'm not) then I'd say a trip to your local Ssangyong dealer is well worth it. You might be pleasantly surprised...


Ex-mobility car I imagine. You probably missed the stains on the seats!
bankerscum
Joe90_guy
My lad wants a cross-over to replace an ancient Toyota Corolla that he inherited from his kind old Dad. Ideally he wants a Nissan Qashqai diesel or Kia Sportage which are both lovely cars. Sadly he only has £3k in ready cash and even second-hand ones cost an arm and a leg!
My lad works really hard. He needs, and I want him to have, a decent motor. So I get on the case. And I find him exactly what he needs. It's a Ssangyong Tivoli 1.6 SE petrol in metallic blue. You may never of heard of this car but it's actually rather tasty. It comes with a/c, electric everything, Bluetooth, cruise control, stop-start...virtually everything you could ever want. It's list price is £13,450 but there's a demonstrator on offer at £12,400. I talk to a really nice salesman who will take the Corolla as part-ex and reduce the price to £12k. The car is exactly two months old and has 1,123 miles on the clock. The car comes with almost all of it's five year unlimited mileage warranty intact. The warranty, whilst not as long as Kia's is brilliant as it covers things like the stereo and, for the first year, stuff like brakes and tyres. The car is pristine both inside and out. I tell the boy I'll cough for half and lend him £3k at zero interest because I'd rather he had something new rather than 3 years old.
I drive us to the dealers. I know he's thinking 'Dad's taking me to see some cheapo pile of 1970's butt-ugly East-European tat'. But he's sort of surprised because it actually looks, feels, smells and sounds okay. We go for a test drive. It's quiet and, if you put your foot down, quite pokey.
So, does he go for it? An almost brand new, fully warrantied car for £12k of which all he has to pay is £3k upfront and £3k on tick?? Nope! Not a snowball's chance in Hell! It's not kewl like a Qashqai or Sportage apparently...
Kids today. What can you do with them??
A Cashcow is certainly not cool. They are very popular as mobility / DLA cars around here, due to home visits from the dealers.

We went to see a three year old Qashqai at the weekend. £14k for a car that smelled of dogs and who's tyres looked as if the dealer has painted them with creosote! Warranty? Errr..sorry sir, that's expired. We also took a new Mokka for a spin. Now I'm not a big petrol-head. To me a car is just a machine much like any other (a fridge, a boiler, etc ). However I did think the Mokka was a tad noisy and felt a bit cheap inside. Without doubt, for me, the stand-out car of the three was the Tivoli by quite some margin. If you're into this kind of car (I'm not) then I'd say a trip to your local Ssangyong dealer is well worth it. You might be pleasantly surprised...
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BMW 335d xDrive M-Sport Auto Touring [Prof Media] - £8,006.01 inc VAT - 9 + 23 @ contracthireandleasing

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Not sure if this one is just business or personal as well: BMW 335d xDrive M Sport Auto Professional Media 9+23 £1876.41 exc. VAT (£2251.69 including) £208.49 per month exc. VAT (£250.18 includi…
enragedbeard Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago22 Comments
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Cracking deal but now sadly expired.
cunningm
Great deal - Tighty did you get anything back from the dealer to confirm if this is pre or post facelift?

sry man wasn't me asking, i was just pointing out it might be a ruse to get rid of old stock
Great deal - Tighty did you get anything back from the dealer to confirm if this is pre or post facelift?
colin_worldcup
335d is a new engine. New model - not 'pre face lift' as above.

Nope, the 335d engine was also in the previous generation 3 series, the E90 but the previous gen didn't have the xDrive system.
335d is a new engine. New model - not 'pre face lift' as above.
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Ford Ecosport Zetec 1.5TDCI 3+23 10k £125.08 per month £3,552.00 @ CHL

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3+23 10k Miles p/a Initial Payment: £375.24 Additional Fees: £300 INC VAT
deanyouk Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago240 Comments
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ok guys the oil change..........who did you people use?? i was told any garage who can stamp it but then told a ford approved..so??
ClaireGoodi
Am I the only one that sees another one of these cars and gives the driver a knowing sort of grin to say "Hot deals bargain?" lol
ha we still think this :)
Am I the only one that sees another one of these cars and gives the driver a knowing sort of grin to say "Hot deals bargain?" lol
ClaireGoodi
Just got back from a weekend away 150mi each way ish... Drive not bad at all... Still haven't sorted Bluetooth! Will do that later though!

motorway is lovely..have now got kids seats sorted :) all good x
Just got back from a weekend away 150mi each way ish... Drive not bad at all... Still haven't sorted Bluetooth! Will do that later though!
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5 door Citroen C1 with aircon, DAB, touchscreen for under £95 pcm £93.25 pm 8k miles 24 months deposit £279.75 - £2,424.50 @ CHL

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I am not sure if this has been posted before but this looks like an excellent lease deal (just ordered one for delivery in a couple of weeks for my daughter-in-law) that beats depreciation. £280 down
sierra111 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago165 Comments
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crazydave16
Bobbajob
Ours turned up yesterday. It's a cool little car. my son is chuffed.
Bob,
Can I ask if you had any problems with delivery?
The merchant is trying to charge me £350 for delivery.
Not happy here, as they are threatening to withhold my deposit even though no delivery cost was reflected on the original paperwork.

Delivery for me was £90 + VAT to the West Midlands.
£350 seems like a lot unless you are in the Outer Hebrides.
Bobbajob
Ours turned up yesterday. It's a cool little car. my son is chuffed.

Bob,
Can I ask if you had any problems with delivery?
The merchant is trying to charge me £350 for delivery.
Not happy here, as they are threatening to withhold my deposit even though no delivery cost was reflected on the original paperwork.
Bobbajob
Ours turned up yesterday. It's a cool little car. my son is chuffed.


What a funny name for a boy !!
Ours turned up yesterday. It's a cool little car. my son is chuffed.
Yes it looks like it is finished but there are plenty more on CHL. I spotted this one with 10k miles. https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/car-leasing-companies/independent-brokers/cort-vehicle-contracts-ltd/citroen/c1/57603241/
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Hyundai i30 - 1.6CRDi - 5dr - bluetooth phone prep/voice recognition, 75+mpg, parking sensors, intelligent stop/go, cruise control, etc. - 10,000 miles pa - 24 month PCH - £460 deposit & £153 per month (£3,990.74) @ CH&L

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Equivalent to £166 per month. - 1st monthly installment - £460.47 - 23 monthly payments of £153.49. - No admin fee. Total payable over term £3990.74. List price for the car is £18.5k. Pa…
karlie88 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago311 Comments
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Only the anti perforation check is neccessary and cost £24
MagicGS
I paid £150 for the full service.

Hello, who was this with and servicing did you have carried out?

Thanks.
I paid £150 for the full service.
Uzi
I think it says in the service book the check is optional. I opt not to do it. Simples!
Oh cool. Ill check tomorrow
I think it says in the service book the check is optional. I opt not to do it. Simples!
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Ford Focus ST-1 6+23 month lease, 10k miles p/a £5,771.00 for 2 years @ CH&L

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6+23 month lease Total ~£5771 for 2 years Model ST-1 185 PS model
444000 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago7 Comments
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Don't you realise you could buy a Dacia for almost the same price?

Two years of pleasure or a lifetime of pain.

I'll take the Ford thanks. :)
Seems a pretty good deal tome...heat
Borat
Yes nice car but st1 is pants st2 would be better choice


St2 is undies st3 would be a better choice.

Great deal, voted hot.
Yes nice car but st1 is pants st2 would be better choice

That price is only 5K miles
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SEAT Leon Diesel Hatchback : Initial Payment: £1,628.91 : £180.99 Per Month, INC VAT : 8,000m 24 months PA £5,791.68 @ Contracthireandleasing

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fantastic cars to drive, great looks and great economy. this has the technology pack too. good price for a new car lease.
coconutheed Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago7 Comments
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There was talk of introducing a scrappage scheme for diesels 10 years or older. However all new diesel models after September 2014 meet the euro six emissions regulations which are on a par with their petrol equivalents.
i heard that diesel vehicles are going to be scrapped. any idea.
ranandg
Can't be better than a VW polo that was for c £100pcm with 10km
Like comparing apples and oranges?
Great cars. I have the ST version. This is the equivalent of the VW Golf but better value
Can't be better than a VW polo that was for c £100pcm with 10km
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Mercedes Benz C220 CDI AMG Sport Edition 2DR Auto (6+23) £283.36 inc VAT (10k) Miles £8,500.80 @ Contract Hire & Leasing

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Hi for people who prefer Mercedes Benz over maybe an Audi or BMW this deal might be good as it is a good spec for its class as it is the AMG Sport edition and also a 2 year lease which some people pre…
crazydeals889 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago5 Comments
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Outgoing coupe, new one launching sept. Loads of deals around this money. Not very nice inside, dated.
Pic is misleading if you're a car gimp (like me).
Mmm leasy
I think this is for the older version of the C class in 2 dr guise. It was generally poor all around, it was not a 3 series coupe rival that it was intended to be.

That said, this rental deal is probably not great as you pick them from various online car discounters from £22K.

At £22K they are long in tooth and were far from on point as compact executive 2 doors, might worth be a punt for the right person.
Awful interiors generally unless top leather models. Lots of fake carbon fibre or aluminium
Do they allow to licence in PCO?
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Audi A6 2.0 Ultra SE (9+35) £240.40 inc VAT Monthly (10k) Miles £10,818.00 @ Contract Hire Leasing

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Hi as i have gone through the lease deals and have found the BMW 4 series deal, i have also come across this lease deal too which seems like a great lease deal at the moment comparing to other lease d…
crazydeals889 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago2 Comments
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why cold ?
Mmm leasy
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Land Rover Discovery £181.27 contracthireandleasing.com

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This is a 3 year lease. On 8k mile/year. 6months deposit of £181.27 + 35 monthly payment of £181.27
ricthecute01 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago6 Comments
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is this for the new discovery?
Not a valid deal. Missprice
If this is for the new Discovery, it's a great deal.
Image (https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/media/global/3/1/21604/1024/768/)
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Ta.
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Range Rover Sport 3.0 Diesel SDV6 Auto £147.59 x 35 + 6 - £6,231.19 @ contracthireandleasing

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Not a bad deal for a range rover sport! Let the leasing debate begin! 3.0 SDV6 [306] HSE 5dr Auto 6+35 8k Miles p/a Initial Payment: £885.54 Additional Fees: £180 INC VAT £147.59 Per Month, INC…
hamidshahid Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago36 Comments
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lutherinlondon
Confirmed misprice via email.
who emailed you and what did it say
Confirmed misprice via email.
Hot deal hamid. Well done.
too good to be true?????
It's scale model at this price .....
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Mercedes Benz A-Class 5dr Automatic - 2.1 CDI - £5,270.00 (+£180 VAT) 3yr Lease 8k miles pa £726 Deposit, £121.21 per month. £20pa road licence fund. contracthireandleasing

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Was looking for a deal for the wife and came across this. Not sure if I am missing something, but this seems an awful lot of car for the price and considering the other vehicles in the same kind of pr…
burnleymik Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago170 Comments
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Minhaz461
Just got off the phone to them. It was a code error so that's what resulted in the incorrect price. They will pull all the deals off their website (GB leasing) and have everything back up and running tomorrow afternoon. They have said they will waive the £180 administration fee if anyone is interested in taking out a deal tomorrow.
And here we have the real reason behind these scam bait deals. This company should be banned from HUKD
Just received the 'error' email.

 
Over the weekend you made an enquiry to GB Vehicle Leasing on one of our personal leasing deals. Unfortunately, due to an error, the deals that had been fed through to a marketing partner were incorrectly displayed.

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused you and if you do require any information or quotations please reply to this email (and one of our consultants will be more than happy to help) or visit our website (the website should have updated prices by midweek).

Any deals we do for the people inconvenienced over the weekend will not pay our normal vehicle sourcing fee (normally £180) if they do proceed with a new deal

Thank you for taking time to read this email and we look forward to welcoming you back to the site in the near future

Kind regards
as for the Android hotukdeals app, did a short sighted idiot design it
ban these jokers
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Citroen C1 Airscape 1.2 - 5dr - bluetooth phone preparation, 7" touchscreen, air con, DAB radio, LED daytime running lights etc. - 24 month personal lease - 8,000 miles pa - £261 deposit & £87 per month £2,261.48 @ contracthireandleasing

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Equivalent to £94 per month. Don't think I've seen a sub-£95 per month lease deal with a decent amount of mileage for this spec. £11,345 list price. 1st monthly installment - £260.94. 23 mon…
karlie88 Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago166 Comments
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Well we have had,or my husband has had the car for a week.

£31 to fill up dash says will be roughly 380 miles in tank (first time filling tank)
I filled my car up £60 and I only get 370 ish miles!
Think I need to change my car ;)
Our car arrived today,so far so good :)
dcx_badass
takethatfan1978
Finally have an update on our C1,delivery will be next week sometime. Just awaiting confirmation of date :)
Offered two colours black or silver,went for the standard silver :)
Did it arrive? We ordered two of these, a navy and the dark silver. Got to wait till Oct/Nov though.

Not yet,it was postponed as stuck on a lorry in Calais apparently. Expecting delivery on Wednesday,should be advised tomorrow of estimated delivery time :)
Gosh Oct/Nov is a long time
takethatfan1978
Finally have an update on our C1,delivery will be next week sometime. Just awaiting confirmation of date :)
Offered two colours black or silver,went for the standard silver :)
Did it arrive? We ordered two of these, a navy and the dark silver. Got to wait till Oct/Nov though.
Finally have an update on our C1,delivery will be next week sometime. Just awaiting confirmation of date :)

Offered two colours black or silver,went for the standard silver :)

Edited By: takethatfan1978 on Aug 03, 2015 20:40
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VW GOLF 1.4 TSI GTE 5dr DSG - 1709.94 deposit and 23 x 284.99 monthly payments £8,414.71 @ contracthireandleasing

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In the market for an electric car. My daily miles are only around 30 so the range is ok. Need a medium size family car that is fun to drive. 0-60 in under 8 secs and has good reviews - video review…
mrathletics Avatar1y, 4m agoFound 1 year, 4 months ago10 Comments
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You'd be much better off looking the Renault Zoe offers.

Fully Electric with a range of 60 - 80 on a full charge.

Mine is costing £154 a month for 3 years, mileage is limited to 7500PA.

A month in and I cannot fault it. Bloody brilliant little car, that isn't that little!!
I do love the idea of the GTE, and if you live in a congestion charge area i'm guessing you will reap the benefits the most, but for now i think i will stick with my 21mpg Golf R32
mrathletics

In the market for an electric car. My daily miles are only around 30 so the range is ok. Need a medium size family car that is fun to drive.
0-60 in under 8 secs and has good reviews - video review https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QytLehr8pRE
http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/volkswagen/golf-vii-gte-2015/
6+23 10k Miles p/a
Initial Payment: £1,709.94
Additional Fees: £150 INC VAT
You could save £100 a month in fuel if you are doing under 30 miles a day vs conventional engine.

This isnt an electric car, its a hybrid.
Ouch. You could get a Golf R for this money
Had one of these for 3 days to test last week. It is a very nice car, did around 100 miles and it cost me approx £4, would have cost a lot more in my Fiesta ST as I didn't hold back either. Charged it for free in my local town centre and it was chucking it down. They are indeed safe to charge in the rain btw.
Smooth drive and good power. The biggest downer for me was not having to charge it, but the time it took to charge it - 3 1/2 hours.
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Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost Zetec S Red SPECIAL EDITION 140bhp, PCH 9+23 £129.37 --Wessex Fleet Solutions £4,139.84 @ contracthireandleasing

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Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost 140 Zetec S Red 3dr 9 months rental upfront (£1,164.33) +23 months (£2975.51) 10k Miles p/a Additional Fees: £150 £129.37 Per Month (after initial 9 upfront) = £4,139…
sc03tye Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago39 Comments
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This deal is still on I phoned up!
Yeah, drove one a few months ago, I like it personally, nice bit of umpf, its pretty much the updated version of my Fiesta 'Metal' special edition
sc03tye
Just signed up for this deal in the end! Couldn't resist!

So have you actually driven one or did you just go for it?
Just signed up for this deal in the end! Couldn't resist!
I got rid of my Audi A4 and switched to this due to running costs. I have a 1.0 125bhp Titanium X Ecoboost and I've got to say I love it! Insurance and fuel is very cheap. It costs under £50 for a full tank!
This deal looks very good for the trim .
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BMW 730d SE Auto - BMW DEALER - £10,788.00 - 2 Year Contract Hire - 8k Miles - 6 + 23 @ contracthireandleasing.com

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BMW Dealer Special Car: BMW 730d SE Automatic Term: 24 Months Payment Plan: 6 + 23 Monthly Cost ex. VAT (6 + 23): £310 Monthly Cost inc. VAT and downpayment: £450 Total Cost over Term: £10,788…
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This_Is_My_Username
The 2016 7 Series is rather good in some ways, parking using the key fob being the main one.

Nothing new there. ;)

http://cdn.cultofmac.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/CAR-CHASE-TOMORROW-NEVER-DIES.jpg
The 2016 7 Series is rather good in some ways, parking using the key fob being the main one.
The Audi A8 is a newer (more recently refreshed) car and can be had for similar money.

Audi A8 Diesel Saloon 3.0 TDI Quattro SE Executive 4dr Tip Auto
6+23 10k Miles p/a
£2879.94 initial payment
£479.99 Per Month, INC VAT
Personal Car Leasing Deal By: Southern Audi
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/car-leasing-companies/main-dealers/southern-audi/audi/a8/51468883/

Yes, it's an extra 30quid a month and you get an extra 2000 miles to play with a year but the equipment list is much better whilst not feeling so dated
I bought this in 2008 06 plate fr 24k on HP very economical car
Turbo was better than any other car i ever drove sold for 3k loss after a year but was a good experience but at 8k miles its not a good deal
oddballjamie
Oneday77
Doesn't let me drive from the back seat while hiding below the window line. So people will see
My driving the highest depreciating car BMW sell
The X6 has gotta come close too.
True, there is also the GT. Just shows that cars can mate. Clearly a Randy X6 caught a 5 series picking up the soap one day.
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Peugeot 208 3 year lease £153.00 pm £4,859.64 @ Contract Hire & Leasing

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Looking for a new car for the wife. This seems like a decent deal. I'm new to leasing... Would be interested in your thoughts. £129.99 per month but works out at £153 per month after initial
LKBdeals Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago81 Comments
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Is this with insurance??
royals

compared to vauxhall, hahahaha
Yes my 3 yr old Renault, has bits that come loose all of the time and has water in the lights. Not had a probably with any Vauxhall's doing this over my 28 years of driving.
My last Vauxhall was a quick one, so yes most people I left behind were laughing in my dust!


Edited By: mantamagic on Jun 29, 2015 08:01
I personally not voted ether way as I got of the fantastic 208 GTI prestige for only £168 pm and the spec/power of that makes this one look billy basic and expensive.
mantamagic
Not a bad deal. French cars are generally ok, but expect things to break or fall off. Build quality is shocking on Peugeot/Citroen/Renault. I currently have a Megane RS250, but the fit and finish is rubbish compared to my previous Vauxhall's.


compared to vauxhall, hahahaha
Spango
oddballjamie
French petrols are generally ok, it's the diesels that can be problematic.
Sorry - But have to disagree. Pug diesels are excellent. I've had several pugs (both petrol and diesel), and never had any significant problems with any of them. Renault on the other hand ... welll that's a different story. Not had a Citroen. Of course, none are up in the BMW & Audi class.
Spango
oddballjamie
French petrols are generally ok, it's the diesels that can be problematic.
Sorry - But have to disagree. Pug diesels are excellent. I've had several pugs (both petrol and diesel), and never had any significant problems with any of them. Renault on the other hand ... welll that's a different story. Not had a Citroen. Of course, none are up in the BMW & Audi class.


lol, Mercedes use renault engines in some of their models. bmw use peugeot engines in the mini
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Lease deal - Audi A1 Diesel Sportback 1.6 TDI SE 5dr - 24 months - 8k miles - £200 per month £4,810.00 @ contracthireandleasing

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Seems like a good car for around £200 per month. Please check my figures (Karlie). Video review here: http://www.carbuyer.co.uk/reviews/audi/a1/sportback/video#video
redadmiral Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago56 Comments
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I am at a loss with these lease deals could someone please explain what its all about
way i see it is why not just take it on credit and then you have a car to sell at the end
never voted simply because i do not understand the benefit of leasing

The car would depreciate a hell of a lot if you was purchase a new car...You'd probably loose at least this amount as soon as you drive away. Lease are excellent if you want a new car otherwise finance on a used is often cheaper but cannot be compared...

You are paying for the depreciation ! That's what lease is all about. Add interest to this as well ! You basically paying interest on the whole price of the car minus deposit. You then pay the amount the car devalues during your lease period. The clever bit that many don't realise is that the less the car depreciates the better deal you are getting. Basically an Audi A3 for example . Not a Kia proceed !
It's not a great deal. Go to drivethedeal.com then see how much more you can save
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ffs, lease deals allow people to buy something they want, if you don't like the car fair enough, but some of us like to have something a bit nice, sure I can't afford a new car, but I can afford to lease one, and it allows people who think people who lease cars are mug's to buy them at a lower cost later on, I imagine many people here have electricity bills, well your stupid, why 'lease' electricity when you can generate your own for free! .... does that argument make sense?
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VW Up 1.0 Take Up 3dr. £471.24 + £78.54/month - KG Vehicle Solutions Ltd. £2,277.66 @ contracthireandleasing

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Personal Contract Hire/Lease deal that may be of interest to someone - seems like a very cheap way to get mobile to me! Total cost is £2277.66 which is equivalent to £94.90 a month for 24 months.
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The depreciation is of interest if you're interested in how the lease price is generated, but not something you need to understand to get the best price. That's what I like about leasing. You can much more easily and reliably work out what the car will cost you over x years. The only fly in the ointment for me is possible disputes over fair wear and tear when you return the car.

That's a gorilla, not a fly. This aspect completely puts me off leasing.
Pspvita
Is this better than a C1


​Old model? Absolutely, new one? Not so sure. The Up does feel well screwed together even tho the plastics like everything in this class can leave a lot to be desired.
The depreciation is of interest if you're interested in how the lease price is generated, but not something you need to understand to get the best price. That's what I like about leasing. You can much more easily and reliably work out what the car will cost you over x years. The only fly in the ointment for me is possible disputes over fair wear and tear when you return the car.
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Pspvita
Is this better than a C1
On par really
Depreciation is worse on C1 with it being a Citroen?

Depreciation will have absolutely no bearing if you are renting!
it has everything to do with renting. for exaple if a £10k car depreciates by £4k in 3 years your lease will be for s little over £4k over 3 years where as if it depreciates more by £5k ove 3 years then you have a higher monthly payment cos you have a little over £5k to pay over 3 years.... sorry for the vague example but the point stands all the same
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This has not expired. How to unexpired?
It has...looks like it was a misprice.

OK your link dead, original still showing...
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VW GOLF MK7 1.6 TDI 110 Match 5dr - No Doc fees, £1295.91 Deposit + £143.99 p/m INC VAT. 24 Month Term, 8k annual mileage (Total cost £4,607.68, equivalent to £191.99 p/m) @ Contracthireandleasing

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I've been looking at getting a diesel MK7 Golf on lease for a while now, and this seems to be the cheapest I can find. Previous deal for a little more went hot so hopefully this slightly better deal w…
NotMyRealName Avatar1y, 5m agoFound 1 year, 5 months ago32 Comments
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So for those that understand leases, and aren't voting cold out of ignorance, spite etc. Can anyone confirm that there is no cheaper deal for this model of Golf on this term?
simont_space
NotMyRealName
£143.99 x 23 = £3,311.77
£3,311.77 + deposit of £1,295.91 = £4,607.68.
£4,607.68 ÷ 24 months = equivalent cost of £191.99 p/m.
You argue deposit is too high but also include it in your monthly figure???
Your figures show over 23 months not 24 months. Total is equiv of £199.99pm. You have to include the initial payment as it is a cost you bear. 9 months payments up front is rather high, 3/6 is more acceptable.

It's a 24 month lease and you make 23 monthly payments in addition to the deposit. If you'd taken the time to just click the link, you'd see that.....................
NotMyRealName
£143.99 x 23 = £3,311.77
£3,311.77 + deposit of £1,295.91 = £4,607.68.
£4,607.68 ÷ 24 months = equivalent cost of £191.99 p/m.
You argue deposit is too high but also include it in your monthly figure???

Your figures show over 23 months not 24 months. Total is equiv of £199.99pm. You have to include the initial payment as it is a cost you bear. 9 months payments up front is rather high, 3/6 is more acceptable.
DBXdarkangel
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DBXdarkangel
I have a audi a3 and if you mugs wanna pay me 100 amonth to "lease" it then pm me. suckers
Excellent, when will you deliver?
soon as you deposit £2000 into my account. ready when you are bro

So now it's £2k deposit & £100 a month?

That would make this £4,300 over the same term.

I'll stick with the Golf thanks.
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