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Volkswagen Golf diesel hatchback 1.6 TDI 110 GT edition 5 door £4,799.66 inc VAT firstvehicleleasing

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2 year lease. 5k miles pa. £1349.89 up front then 23x £149.99 inc VAT Air conditioning, Discover navigation + 6.5" colour display screen, 18" Durban alloy wheels , Sport seats, Bluetooth Telephone
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muddassarsardar
what do these lease companies get if someone sticks to the mileage and doesn't damage the car as looking at cars pricr after 2 years they are less than the price someone pays for the lease u can pick up a used one for around 15k/16 on 16 reg new price is 21k for this so after 2 years in assuming these would be difficult to sell for say 21k minus the 5k they would get back on the lease payment or is there some other nack to thus business of leasing companies
Don't know the answer, but will you be returning to finish off your (very long) sentence?
This deal was previously £80 for a Golf Match with similar sort of spec from SelectCarLeasing.
what do these lease companies get if someone sticks to the mileage and doesn't damage the car as looking at cars pricr after 2 years they are less than the price someone pays for the lease u can pick up a used one for around 15k/16 on 16 reg new price is 21k for this so after 2 years in assuming these would be difficult to sell for say 21k minus the 5k they would get back on the lease payment or is there some other nack to thus business of leasing companies
Actually not a bad deal for the car. Golfs seems to be very well spec'd these days too. Diesel vs Petrol when it comes to leasing is often a moot point, as the pricing pattern doesn't always follow the new car market e.g. in leasing a diesel can be cheaper than a petrol (from my experience).
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