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Ford Transit Custom Lease (BUSINESS) - from £179.99/month @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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For all tradesmen out there Lease for 2 years 5,000 MPA £179.99 8,000 MPA £189.99 10,000 MPA £199.99 All prices excluding VAT Easily the cheapest around. VANARAMA couldn't even comp… Read More
For all tradesmen out there Lease for 2 years 5,000 MPA £179.99 8,000 MPA £189.99 10,000 MPA £199.99 All prices excluding VAT Easily the cheapest around. VANARAMA couldn't even comp…
Bobathy Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago11 Comments
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Yeah I don't know how Ive messed that up oh well
But Ive just got the D/cab one at this price :D
Bobathy
I be been using google and searched many

Not well enough though! :p

Bobathy
This one Ive got is for the double cab version though (6 seats)

The OP deal is not double cab though...
m5rcc
Bobathy
Ive been searching for weeks to find this van how did you find this so quick!

Google


I be been using google and searched many.
This one Ive got is for the double cab version though (6 seats)
Bobathy
Ive been searching for weeks to find this van how did you find this so quick!

Google
m5rcc
Not a great deal when you can lease the same van on a 9+23 deal with 10k miles for a net £232.90/monty ex-VAT compared to the equivalent from your deal at £274.95/net/mth ex-VAT.


Ive been searching for weeks to find this van how did you find this so quick!
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Citroen Space Tourer Personal Lease £59.98 / 18mths £2400 deposit at freedomcontracts.com

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Cheap Lease deal for a 9 seat MPV Ideal for a large family or even needing the space of a van. £59.98 per month over 18 month lease £2400 initial deposit Read More
Cheap Lease deal for a 9 seat MPV Ideal for a large family or even needing the space of a van. £59.98 per month over 18 month lease £2400 initial deposit
DNATuning Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago80 Comments
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Did anyone order one of these?
Bertz99
No it doesn't as the context is incomplete.

But of course it is...
m5rcc
Bertz99
You seem to misunderstand I was always there - lease purchase was made ages ago but with far more consideration as to your premise of "if it appreciates buy it, if it depreciates lease it" which just does not cut the mustard.
But it does Bertie. You just don't want to see it in this context.
No it doesn't as the context is incomplete.
Bertz99
You seem to misunderstand I was always there - lease purchase was made ages ago but with far more consideration as to your premise of "if it appreciates buy it, if it depreciates lease it" which just does not cut the mustard.

But it does Bertie. You just don't want to see it in this context.
m5rcc
Bertz99
m5rcc
Bertz99
In my example even if I were to buy the same car second hand at 18 months old and keep for the same 3 years, the loss in its residue value after the same period is not far off the lease cost.
But it is not like-for-like is it? You know that you should not expect the same level of depreciation from new as you would from month 18. You will be buying a second-hand car and run it past the typical warranty period, whilst being more likely to encounter problems that cost more than the original lease cost, which as you also know, is fixed.
The car I have gone for you are not a fan of but has a longer warranty.
It's not like for like but it is a vehicle which is the first requirement and on buying I do position myself at the point the first big drop in value has already occurred. The pros on the lease are new car, no mot, no additional financing or sinking capital into the asset (actually as prior car is owned this releases the capital in that meaning I gain net equity).
I think we are agreeing here? that buying an 18 month old car and losing nearly the same amount as the lease cost, leads to the question why have an 18th old car rather than a brand new one!. Hence I have ordered a lease as it matches my requirements.
Congratulations Bertie! You finally got there after almost a week!
You seem to misunderstand I was always there - lease purchase was made ages ago but with far more consideration as to your premise of "if it appreciates buy it, if it depreciates lease it" which just does not cut the mustard.
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Misprice of the day (probably) - Audi A8 3.0 262 tdi Quattro sport £5054 dep + 35 x £51.59p Total £6,911.53 @ Freedom Vehicle contracts

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Yes it's clearly a misprice but it would be great if you got it . Total £6859 for 3 years motoring in a 60 grand car and 20000 miles per year . Read More
Yes it's clearly a misprice but it would be great if you got it . Total £6859 for 3 years motoring in a 60 grand car and 20000 miles per year .
salvadali Avatar7m, 1d agoFound 7 months, 1 day ago22 Comments
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MR1123
Gordinho
I rang them to ask if this was the correct price, they said they'll check and get back to me*.
*May not be true.
Did you find out if it was true?
Yeah, I wasn't telling the truth. ;)
order cancelled
boostii
I spend more than £51 a month on fuel alone, to get the car included is a bargain. Was thinking of leasing an A7 Sportback or Merc CLS in the near future. This doesn't look as sporty but it's got all the refinement and the space for like 10% of the price. I have completed the application straight away as usually a few get through before the price is revised.

This doesnt come with free fuel.
I spend more than £51 a month on fuel alone, to get the car included is a bargain. Was thinking of leasing an A7 Sportback or Merc CLS in the near future. This doesn't look as sporty but it's got all the refinement and the space for like 10% of the price. I have completed the application straight away as usually a few get through before the price is revised.
Gollywood
sofiasar
wish I had spare 7k

You love Audis!


yea, I have a A3
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr lease £5,518.57 2years 10k mile per year @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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as above cheap as chips Contract Length:24 months Contract Mileage:10000 Maintenance: No MRP:£27,300 on the road Free Delivery:(UK mainland only) Rental profile: Initial rental of £2000.00 p… Read More
as above cheap as chips Contract Length:24 months Contract Mileage:10000 Maintenance: No MRP:£27,300 on the road Free Delivery:(UK mainland only) Rental profile: Initial rental of £2000.00 p…
learoy69 Avatar10m, 1d agoFound 10 months, 1 day ago24 Comments
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yes
I have to cover a fair amount of mileage a month for work, claiming 50p a mile. I'm thinking it would be beneficial because I have the peace of mind with it being under warranty. The amount of mileage I do a month would cover the cost of the payments.

Do people think this would be wise?
muffboy
Deedie
I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.
You are obviously a very bad driver, accelerating harshly and braking hard, rather than reading the road ahead. Are you female by any chance?

no, this was on very winding roads on the isle of lewis and isle of skye. overtaking every camper van and caravan, and anything else that was driving stupidly slow, at every opportunity. so, yes a lot of harsh braking and acceleration etc.

no, I'm not female.

Edited By: Deedie on Aug 01, 2016 23:20
Deedie
I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.

You are obviously a very bad driver, accelerating harshly and braking hard, rather than reading the road ahead. Are you female by any chance?
I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.
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Brand new Seat Leon FR 184bhp 5 door on 24 month personal lease deal 10000miles £740.67 deposit at £246.89 a month. £6,666.00.03 over the 24months. £3,333 a year.

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In my opinion a great deal! Brand new Seat Leon FR 184bhp 5 door on 24 month personal lease deal 10000miles £740.67 deposit at £246.89 a month. £6,666.03 over the 24months. £3,333 a year. Metallic,… Read More
In my opinion a great deal! Brand new Seat Leon FR 184bhp 5 door on 24 month personal lease deal 10000miles £740.67 deposit at £246.89 a month. £6,666.03 over the 24months. £3,333 a year. Metallic,…
batezy_1984 Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago20 Comments
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Why are people comparing TSI card to diesels? Go away and give proper comparisons. Totally different purposes.
karlie88
batezy_1984
check_your_bank
poor you.
This isnt a bad deal, maybe others about though as lots of deals being done now.
If you need 5 doors i guess the cupra or the scirocco would be ruled out - and personally id advise against a diesel due to dpf problems and associated warranty.
I know it isn't. The thing is there are cheap deals at 5000miles all over this site so I thought I'd try and help all the moaners on these posts with a 10000miles option. Well I know not to bother again and keep my opinions to myself as the trolls are out in force
Whilst your input is appreciated, the bottom line is that you can get better cars with the same mileage for a lower price.

- Golf R Estate DSG 4Motion - 10,000 miles per year - £6500 over 2 years
- Leon Cupra 290 5dr - 10,000 miles per year - £6400 over 2 years

Both cars have more kit, more grunt, same mileage allowance and are cheaper.
and much worse mpg, higher insurance, etc. Depends what you want.
davver99
ride is terrible on these
not on 17 inch wheels it isnt. Mine is comfy!
and no dpf...

the milage argument is irrelevant to serious leasers , if you look into it properly you can see the figures, ignore them.

a lot of people are against leasing and see it as a massive waste of money, it takes some thought to get your head around the benefits, and it's a shake up to what they have for a long time seen as the best policy, me included.

keep posting even if it's cold , I did, there are lots of people that enjoy the posts.
batezy_1984
check_your_bank
poor you.
This isnt a bad deal, maybe others about though as lots of deals being done now.
If you need 5 doors i guess the cupra or the scirocco would be ruled out - and personally id advise against a diesel due to dpf problems and associated warranty.
I know it isn't. The thing is there are cheap deals at 5000miles all over this site so I thought I'd try and help all the moaners on these posts with a 10000miles option. Well I know not to bother again and keep my opinions to myself as the trolls are out in force

Whilst your input is appreciated, the bottom line is that you can get better cars with the same mileage for a lower price.

- Golf R Estate DSG 4Motion - 10,000 miles per year - £6500 over 2 years
- Leon Cupra 290 5dr - 10,000 miles per year - £6400 over 2 years

Both cars have more kit, more grunt, same mileage allowance and are cheaper.
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INSANE BRAND NEW SCIROCCO 2.0TSI GT MAN LEASE £106.69 per month £2400 deposit, other payment profiles available. 2 year contract. Total 2 year price = £5,093.87 @ Freedom Vehicle contracts

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ACT FAST NOT A FACTORY ORDER BUT FOR VEHICLES ALREADY ON THE FACTORY LINE Scirocco 2.0TSI 180ps GT Manual in White I've been watching lease deals for years and years and have had several. This d… Read More
ACT FAST NOT A FACTORY ORDER BUT FOR VEHICLES ALREADY ON THE FACTORY LINE Scirocco 2.0TSI 180ps GT Manual in White I've been watching lease deals for years and years and have had several. This d…
ahmedalshawi Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago302 Comments
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unknownorigin
rooney10
We all have different scenarios in which this lease deal would make sense or not.
I base mine on this .....
Last car - VW Passat , purchase price £6500 in 2011 (car was 5yr old with 90k on the clock)
Kept car for 5 years and travelled a total of 26k miles , total repair costs over this time were £3500 including servicing/ tyres/mots etc (had a new clutch/flywheel during this time !)
Traded car in this year for £1750 so total cost of ownership came to £8250.
5 years with a lease deal such as this would average a total of £12,750 - difference is obvious , my Passat was 5-10 year old whilst I was behind the wheel , the lease car would always be between 0 and 2 years old
The privilege of having the lease deal is you do not have to make such a big upfront payment and you get to drive a new car so to speak every couple of years which is nice.
The cost for me would equate to around £900 a year ( just under £18 a week ) so it is worth considering I guess.
That said , I now have a 5 series 3.0d m sport new shape and love it , have yet to see a lease deal on a comparable car which could get anywhere near my projected depreciation so cost difference would be substantial.
I'm happy to keep my current car for 5 years and take a £7-£8k loss when trading it in ;)
Last year 530'ds were between £299 and £399 (6m down) on 8k. 330d's were 299, shortly after this you could get 640d's (msport) for 399...I got a 535d (msport + bus nav) on 15k for £439 *23 and 6 months down.

Could you give us a wee heads up/starting point where to find deals similar to your post? I'm interested.. Thanks.
No more ridiculous than buying a new car and losing more than in depreciation over 2 years or show me where I can rent a car for £6.85 per day.


Edited By: barrydixon on Jul 22, 2016 13:47
£5k to rent a car for 2 years???? That's ridiculous
rambo_or_mark
antony1971
[quote=rambo_or_mark] Much rather p
Because basically it's a free car! It's £200 pm all in- the car it's self will depreciate more than that- oh and it's not a seat.
what does it matter how it depreciates if you aren't buying it? Watch out guys, we got a bad ass over here


? Wtf you talking about (please feel free to put a valid argument together if you don't agree)... Put some facts down or jog on, you have no logic.. If you purchased this car it WOULD depreciate more than £200 pm. Buy this car and it will drop more in value than the cost of the lease.
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Seat Leon Cupra 290bhp 5dr - heated leather seats, sat nav, 19" alloys, bluetooth phone prep, parking sensors, dynamic chassis control, auto lights/wipers, climate control etc. - £2400 deposit & £132/month - 2 yr lease - 5k pa @ FVC £5,674.00

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£31k list price. Also includes metallic paint. 1st monthly installment - £2400 (can be lowered). 23 monthly payments of £131.98. Admin fee - £239. Total payable over term - £5674. Equivalent t… Read More
£31k list price. Also includes metallic paint. 1st monthly installment - £2400 (can be lowered). 23 monthly payments of £131.98. Admin fee - £239. Total payable over term - £5674. Equivalent t…
karlie88 Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago246 Comments
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Feel free to join my Facebook group I just created. Leon Cupra MK3 owners

My car is currently on its way to the UK port.
Delivery is set for 25th November.
Received an email today with my contract to sign.
Lighters
I was previously told unconfirmed build week 39, that's obviously not happened and now I'm still awaiting further updates :/


Any updates? I'm in same position
Lighters
My last update was "Dear Customer,

We have been advised by the dealership that your vehicle in transit from the factory and is due in shortly we anticipate delivery towards the end of October (Subject to shipping and UK Customs).
As soon as we have contracts we will issue them approximately 2wks before.
We will keep you informed.

Kind Regards


Hi have you got your cupra yet? I was told my cupra was build week 39 and have not heard anything since, was due two weeks ago. Rang and they mentioned there's a contract problem. Just wondering if your in the same boat?
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24 Month Lease - GOLF GTD ESTATE 184 Manual - 199+ vat , 186.98inc x 23 + 2400inc £6,940.00 @ FreedomContracts

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Has anyone seen a better deal (that is still on) than this ? I will probably pull trigger on this later but just thought i throw it out there first - i believe as this has a 14 week lead time it wi… Read More
Has anyone seen a better deal (that is still on) than this ? I will probably pull trigger on this later but just thought i throw it out there first - i believe as this has a 14 week lead time it wi…
check_your_bank Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago14 Comments
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Here are insurance companies out there that give new for old in the first 2 years meaning you won't need gap insurance. I know Direct Line offer it for 1 year, which will at least save you a years gap insurance
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groenleader
I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are leases, all stone cold.
You're suppose to justify a deal, not post something and ask others too.
groenleader
I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are leases, all stone cold.
You're suppose to justify a deal, not post something and ask others too.
are posters supposed to justify their entries? Isn't that our job?

Taken from the Submit a deal button this website today:

http://i65.tinypic.com/334nk7q.jpg

See "details". Explain to members why it is a good deal, otherwise all that happens is we get threads on luke warm and stone cold posts that are not deals. It also helps the person posting rationalise if they are posting someone "hot" or not.
groenleader
I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are leases, all stone cold.
You're suppose to justify a deal, not post something and ask others too.

groenleader
I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are leases, all stone cold.
You're suppose to justify a deal, not post something and ask others too.

are posters supposed to justify their entries? Isn't that our job?
I am going to add heat to the cold - keep up the good work finding bargains! I am a personal lease lover (a change of car every two years, no depreciation, no tyrekickers, etc) and have in the past found some quality deals. I actually had a (returnable) deposit down on the new Audi Q2 but the thought of paying £30k for a quattro auto with all the trimmings the size of a postage stamp just made me wince! I presently have a 64 plate Skoda Octavia VRS Estate lease that finishes in September and then have a Yeti L&K 4x4 Diesel DSG on order to replace it - total £6,500 over 2 years with 20k miles - that's less than depreciation!! Now watch me get double trolled for Yeti and lease in the same post!!
Sorry , thought i had expired this , but the two sites i found it on both pulled it when i went to do business, so im still looking for something similar.

Thanks for the constructive comments
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VW Golf Match Edition 2 year Lease, £79.69 per month 5000 miles per year £4,471.67 all in

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1.4 TSI Match Edition Golf(125 HP) - Bluetooth - Sat Nav - Air Con - Adaptive Cruise Control - Winter Pack (Winter pack incl. heated front seats and headlight washers) - Solid paint 0-60mph Read More
1.4 TSI Match Edition Golf(125 HP) - Bluetooth - Sat Nav - Air Con - Adaptive Cruise Control - Winter Pack (Winter pack incl. heated front seats and headlight washers) - Solid paint 0-60mph
dominic54 Avatar1y, 3w agoFound 1 year, 3 weeks ago59 Comments
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a few quid more now
tom6195
is it heated leather seats?
Not leather as far as I can tell
is it heated leather seats?
Has anyone here have any experience buying the leased car at the end of the lease?
cmncomp
dominic54
poolman
dvdphile
poolman
Could we develop a std for car lease deals whereby the total cost(deposit, fees, monthly costs etc)/no of months of lease is quoted in the title? ie true net cost per month
eg. in this case it's £186
Just makes it easier to make comparisons. Big difference between £186 and £79
End of my two penneth. Have a good weekend everyone!
Surely the total price over the term is more useful? That is quoted in this case too. Quoting the true net cost per month isn't as useful as that's not what you'll be paying each month! ;).
Agreed BUT for comparison purposes, on the title, it makes it much easier to compare deals. If I have a net £100 per month available to spend, then I can ignore this and move on. At £79 I get all excited.....and then not! Obviously, I can spend 30 secs doing the calculation...but I'm far too lazy to contemplate that! :D
The title has the total in it... there are no lease deals without a deposit

There are plenty of deals with zero deposit.

I've not seen any that would be worth posting on here though...
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Volkswagen Tiguan 2.0 TDI Match Edition AWD Manual £2400 dep £4,773.00 @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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Large deposit but lower deposit available I make it £4773 over 2 years? Or just shy of £200 pm ** NEW MARCH DEAL ** Prices based on Solid White, Navigation, Bluetooth, DAB Digital radio, Keyless… Read More
Large deposit but lower deposit available I make it £4773 over 2 years? Or just shy of £200 pm ** NEW MARCH DEAL ** Prices based on Solid White, Navigation, Bluetooth, DAB Digital radio, Keyless…
aing69 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago21 Comments
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I have chatted to 3 lease firms, all have sold out of their stock of 2wd, but more may be on the way. There are some good deals on the 4wd versions too. I have contacted Freedom, they had stock last Friday.
Anyone know if this is still available?
Why would you expect to own it? It's a lease deal.
tyflux
it's 150hp. Yetis aren't that big. my 1.2 is plenty.
Fair enough. My other half has a 1.2 fiat 500 and I find myself shouting at it and hitting the dashboard every time I find myself on a slight incline.
it's 150hp. Yetis aren't that big. my 1.2 is plenty.
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Hyundai I30 1.6D Bluedrive SE 5Dr - Personal lease 24m £3,399.06 @ freedomcontracts

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Not a bad deal for a personal lease for 78.4mpg car 24m 5k miles £1,151.72 upfront £95.98 pcm total 3399.06 inc vat 24m 10k miles £1089.19 upfront £121.02 pcm total £4111.45 inc vat ** New Qua… Read More
Not a bad deal for a personal lease for 78.4mpg car 24m 5k miles £1,151.72 upfront £95.98 pcm total 3399.06 inc vat 24m 10k miles £1089.19 upfront £121.02 pcm total £4111.45 inc vat ** New Qua…
KapA Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago38 Comments
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ravmania
Can anyone confirm its actually a diesel. The D is a bit of a giveaway but Hyundai label the, at CRDIs and the web page actually lists it as a petrol.

Same here, it says a D in the title but says petrol.

Hmmm
Can anyone confirm its actually a diesel. The D is a bit of a giveaway but Hyundai label the, at CRDIs and the web page actually lists it as a petrol.
Halfmad
10K miles.. anyone had one of these deals and gone over? That's not far off my mileage but I do vary a fair bit :)

On my contract 4.08p + vat per mile over the 20k which I think is decent. I'll probably go over as well
Halfmad
10K miles.. anyone had one of these deals and gone over? That's not far off my mileage but I do vary a fair bit :)

There will be an excess mileage charge in pence per mile stipulated at the beginning of the contract. If you go over you just pay that amount at the end when you hand the car back
There was a good deal on these at rockar in blue water some time baco
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Citroen C4 Cactus 1.6 Blue Hdi Flair 5Dr £127.19/month 10k PA 12 month lease (£1,765.08 including processing fee) @ FreedomContracts

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Looks like a bargain for a 12 month contract (1 + 11) for the top of the range Flair model. * Metallic * Choice of colours * Bluetooth * Navigation * Cruise Control * Parking Sensors * Reve… Read More
Looks like a bargain for a 12 month contract (1 + 11) for the top of the range Flair model. * Metallic * Choice of colours * Bluetooth * Navigation * Cruise Control * Parking Sensors * Reve…
j_o_h_n Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago73 Comments
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We finally got our Cactus on Friday. We asked for our delivery to be delayed so we could get it on a 16 Reg.

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adamsxi
Englishzulu
adamsxi
Englishzulu
Englishzulu
adamsxi - please don't worry yourself I can easily afford it. Let me help as you as it looks like you didn't read it correctly. £30 is for a fully maintained package servicing including parts, maintenance, tyres replacement for any reason and breakdown assistance. But you may still think it's expensive, however like I say don't worry yourself you are not paying it!
Warranty doesn't cover everything!
We do a lot of miles and have had to replace several tyres.
Services are around £150
But you seem to still worry.
Maybe you can't afford it!
You are paying over 40% more a month for double the time of this deal you have been ripped off! Over year one you are paying £1320 more! £2640 over your two year deal!
Oh my God you still worry. I've told you I can afford it.
You are not as clever with you're maths as you think.
This deal £147.
So at my optional extras £1000 That's £83.33
Add my maintenance, service, tyre plan £30
That is £260.33.
I pay £257
But but but .... I can hear you saying it you pay over two years. Yes I know hence me putting my comment on saying this was a good deal! and then you attacking me for no reason
I didn't get ripped off because I chose it and knew what it cost.
Stop worrying about what I can afford.
Look after yourself and hand out love instead of hate.

You are a tad dramatic i was not "attacking you" merely saying you have been had. You have paid over the odds end off!


what great input you have to this site. You talk ****!
Englishzulu
adamsxi
Englishzulu
Englishzulu
adamsxi - please don't worry yourself I can easily afford it. Let me help as you as it looks like you didn't read it correctly. £30 is for a fully maintained package servicing including parts, maintenance, tyres replacement for any reason and breakdown assistance. But you may still think it's expensive, however like I say don't worry yourself you are not paying it!
Warranty doesn't cover everything!
We do a lot of miles and have had to replace several tyres.
Services are around £150
But you seem to still worry.
Maybe you can't afford it!
You are paying over 40% more a month for double the time of this deal you have been ripped off! Over year one you are paying £1320 more! £2640 over your two year deal!
Oh my God you still worry. I've told you I can afford it.
You are not as clever with you're maths as you think.
This deal £147.
So at my optional extras £1000 That's £83.33
Add my maintenance, service, tyre plan £30
That is £260.33.
I pay £257
But but but .... I can hear you saying it you pay over two years. Yes I know hence me putting my comment on saying this was a good deal! and then you attacking me for no reason
I didn't get ripped off because I chose it and knew what it cost.
Stop worrying about what I can afford.
Look after yourself and hand out love instead of hate.

You are a tad dramatic i was not "attacking you" merely saying you have been had. You have paid over the odds end off!
This expired days ago .....
TRIXXY DIXXY
sunnygilluk
Just contacted them. The offer is now over.
Yeah, I applied last week for one, got an email yesterday saying Citroen were pulling the offer but I could still get it. Paid my processing fee today.
Gone for Deep Purple with Black Alloys and Red insert on the C pillar

I went for the base colour - "Hello yellow" the only one of its type in Basingstoke I think!
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Seat Leon Sport Coupe CUPRA 280Bhp 3dr Personal Lease £6,281.77 @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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I know leasing is not widely accepted here on the forum but I think this is a good deal. Seat Leon Sport Coupe 280 CUPRA 3Dr Solid Red Paint Alcantara/Cloth int Seat Navigation Pack Rear Roof Read More
I know leasing is not widely accepted here on the forum but I think this is a good deal. Seat Leon Sport Coupe 280 CUPRA 3Dr Solid Red Paint Alcantara/Cloth int Seat Navigation Pack Rear Roof
krishna18388 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago10 Comments
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This is a cracking deal and if anyone comes across a deal similar now then please post as I'm looking to get one!
kvn618
I assume all the cold votes because its not as good as Golf R deal we had in the past?

It's a lease deal - not many fans of this method of car ownership on here...I think the ling deal is a bit more like it...I know someone who owns one of these and its a very nice car.

The Golf R deal back at xmas was pretty good though...
I assume all the cold votes because its not as good as Golf R deal we had in the past?
rob478
Different deal here with lower deposit and 10k miles.
Deposit: £281.53 x 3 = £844
Payments: 23 x £281.53 = £6475.19
Total: £844 + £6475.19 = £7319.19
Works out slightly more in the long run, but you get 10k miles and a lower initial deposit.http://www.lingscars.com/Seat/Leon_Cupra/2112773-2.0_TSI_16v_(280bhp)_Hatchback_3dr_1984cc-personal.html#models

Excess milage on this deal is 7.2p per mile so another 10K miles would cost £720

Bringing this to £7k ish
Different deal here with lower deposit and 10k miles.

Deposit: £281.53 x 3 = £844
Payments: 23 x £281.53 = £6475.19

Total: £844 + £6475.19 = £7319.19
Works out slightly more in the long run, but you get 10k miles and a lower initial deposit.

http://www.lingscars.com/Seat/Leon_Cupra/2112773-2.0_TSI_16v_(280bhp)_Hatchback_3dr_1984cc-personal.html#models


Edited By: rob478 on Oct 09, 2015 13:17
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Citreon C1 Airscape 1.2 Puretech £27.86 p/m for 18m, £1200 upfront and £210 admin (£1,911.55) @ freedom contracts

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I'll let the title and link speak for itself. Seems really cheap to me even though I appreciate 5000miles and 18 months may not be everyone's cup of tea. Effectively it works out at £106.20 a mont… Read More
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mark_trev Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago66 Comments
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help please, anyone know a good deal on a c1 automatic ? I have been stung by citreon direct. so now looking for a decent automatic lease c1
help please, anyone know a good deal on a c1 automatic ? I have been stung by citreon direct. so now looking for a decent automatic lease c1...

Edited By: lionh4rt on May 05, 2016 21:36
no upfront just per month
caron
I got an offer of 101 a month airscape or not with 12k miles -whatever I wanted direct from citreon by going onto lease page on citreon webpage and asking for quote . So I think money wise probably they can do according to her working out for a direct £95 ish a month.
What was the upfront cost?
I got an offer of 101 a month airscape or not with 12k miles -whatever I wanted direct from citreon by going onto lease page on citreon webpage and asking for quote . So I think money wise probably they can do according to her working out for a direct £95 ish a month.
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Volkswagen Golf 1.6 TDi Match 110BHP 5 Door = £80.39pm + £2400 Deposit - 24m Lease £4,487.72 @ Freedom Contracts

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Same Prices for Business / Personal Lease 5000miles pa on this deal & Excess mileage is £0.06ppm + VAT So handing the Golf back with 20k miles cost an extra £720 inc VAT or £30pm, which is cheaper… Read More
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simon-c Avatar1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago68 Comments
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Cracking motor
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raysmith1971
geek1981
Where's all our usual anti-carleasing army gone today? Was expecting some dismissive comments and praise on how much they save on their old banger! :p
not knocking leasing ,if it suits you go for it. But i cant see the appeal when i can buy a Honda Civic type r 07 plate (my car) over 3 years at £200 and i then own it. Its faultlessly reliable and great to drive. Being able to own something for the cost of leasing is probably what puts people off. Are people leasing for the reliability or just so they can gave a new reg car on their drive? probably a bit of both

Cars are evolving really fast in terms of technology, comfort etc. Some people like to experience them but If you just need just a basic car and you only care about going from A to B , leasing is not for you. Cannot compare the two as its personal choice buying what you like.
manimal_GB
Got one of these last November and it's great. I paid £1800 deposit on a 24 month lease, then was £99 a month plus vat(£120) on a 5k per year deal. My circumstances changed and I ended up over the 5k in 5 months so I rang vwfs, im now on a 15k per year deal which costs me £158 including vat per month. It's great on fuel and very nice to drive, I love the active cruise control.

That is better deal than paying the excess mileage
Got one of these last November and it's great. I paid £1800 deposit on a 24 month lease, then was £99 a month plus vat(£120) on a 5k per year deal. My circumstances changed and I ended up over the 5k in 5 months so I rang vwfs, im now on a 15k per year deal which costs me £158 including vat per month. It's great on fuel and very nice to drive, I love the active cruise control.
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Volkswagon Touareg 3.0 V6 TDI Bluemotion Tech Auto £208.99 Business Lease (24) Month (9+23) (5k Miles) £37,667.00 @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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crazydeals889 Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago11 Comments
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Just looking at the figures I can only reach about 5k. Someone got their sums wrong
brookysm
Street
You need to consider the 5000 miles but it shouldn't be a show stopper. Check the mileage rate.
I leased a golf on 5000 miles knowing full well I'd smash the allowance but the 7p per mile excess was cheaper then increasing the mileage allowance.
I also have the option to phone mid term to get a new quote on increasing the mileage. I have no idea if this would change over time.
You can also be fined heavily for going way over the contracted miles! The addition mileage charge is only meant for small amounts over the agreed mileage

Good advice if it applies. VW lease is a set 6p + vat between 0 - 999999 miles. No mention of a fine and I would assume a standard contract for VW. Worth checking though before you commit.
Street
You need to consider the 5000 miles but it shouldn't be a show stopper. Check the mileage rate.
I leased a golf on 5000 miles knowing full well I'd smash the allowance but the 7p per mile excess was cheaper then increasing the mileage allowance.

I also have the option to phone mid term to get a new quote on increasing the mileage. I have no idea if this would change over time.


You can also be fined heavily for going way over the contracted miles! The addition mileage charge is only meant for small amounts over the agreed mileage
You need to consider the 5000 miles but it shouldn't be a show stopper. Check the mileage rate.
I leased a golf on 5000 miles knowing full well I'd smash the allowance but the 7p per mile excess was cheaper then increasing the mileage allowance.

I also have the option to phone mid term to get a new quote on increasing the mileage. I have no idea if this would change over time.
Forget about the 5,000 miles, it's the £37,000 I flinched at for two years of being able to travel 13 miles a day!!
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Skoda Superb New Model 2.0 TDI SE Business Edition 5Dr, 24 month lease, 8k miles / year £5,331.00 @ Freedomcontracts

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Another lease deal I'm afraid, but one I think is good for those looking for a large estate for those with families or just who like the space! Not going for it myself unfortunately as I've just orde… Read More
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qboyd Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago73 Comments
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richgoulding
Can anyone please tell me if the initial first payment £2400 is due when you order or when you receive the car. Thanks
In my single experience of leasing, it's the first payment taken after you receive the car.
Thanks, I'm seriously considering this deal. I've got a test drive booked for the twelfth, I just hope the pricing doesn't go up for the new financial year
richgoulding
Can anyone please tell me if the initial first payment £2400 is due when you order or when you receive the car. Thanks


In my single experience of leasing, it's the first payment taken after you receive the car.
Can anyone please tell me if the initial first payment £2400 is due when you order or when you receive the car. Thanks
UPDATE!

I've completely changed my mind regarding the car. I've decided to ditch the idea of an estate, feel like I'm too young for an estate and decided I want an Audi A4 saloon, diesel. Undecided on which one atm.

If anyone can point me in the right direction for best places to lease, and offer any other helpful advice it would be appreciated.

Cheers!
Steve2377

So I've got a couple of questions for those who can help:
- When you take out a lease deal, can you specify add-ons? Or can you only apply and take out a lease deal exactly as it's advertised on the lease companies website?
- I've found a few lease company websites from searching on HUKD. But if anyone has any recommendations for good companies for me to talk to, please could you post their links?
- As mentioned, I'm pretty sure I'm going to go for an estate. I've so far considered and shortlisted the following;
- Skoda Superb Estate
- Skoda Octavia VRS Estate (I noticed today that the Octavia is, from memory, group 23 insurance compared to group 18 for the Superb. Both 2.0 diesels, but with a difference of about 0.5 seconds 0-62. But seems like quite a jump insurance-wise).
- Audi A4 Estate
- Seat Leon Estate (my mate's got a hatchback and it's a wicked car, and I only found out today that they do an estate, so I definitely want to test drive one of those).
Anything else I should be looking at?

1. can generally add options, the lease i took out was working out quite expensive at around £7-8 per 100 in cost the dealer reckoned. Still didn't stop me adding many options...

2. I have been using this company for my Octavia VRS: http://www.simpsonsskoda.co.uk/new-car-offers/pch-offers/ The base price was pretty good for me, but by time I added the DSG gearbox, heated seats, parking sensors, Tinted windows etc it started to add up: £270 per month. I was feeling indulgent though and didn't mind the extra costs for those things.

I've been very happy with the company and apart from build time of 12 weeks then no complaints at all. They even home delivered 200 miles for free for some reason should have been about £150-200 i think!

3. VRS estate diesel 184 is very nice to drive, great spacious cabin, boots great. There are some owner reviews complaining about road noise. I've not found it an issue at all. But the suspension is overly firm on roads which are not well surfaced (many in my neck of the woods). I would seriously recommend you test drive. I personally would consider the Skoda octavia scout: http://www.simpsonsskoda.co.uk/new-car-offers/scout-pch/

But don't get me wrong if a sporty estate is what you want then the VRS is a great car, was just unpleasant for the wife whilst pregnant over the bumps :)
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ifeelme Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago4 Comments
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for some reason the price in the title has increased...hmmm
no purchase after contract. it's hire only
Do you have to buy after contract up?
Gotta be a great deal at this price. Heat added.
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Volkwagen Golf R 5DR 300BHP hatchback 24 month personal lease - £8,340.86 @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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spratty Avatar1y, 11m agoFound 1 year, 11 months ago32 Comments
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springbrucesteen
Thats what I like about the Golf R (subtle) apart from four exhausts which i think is a bit ott its basically just like any other new golf to look at ( ok , double drl's ) but when you fancy having a blast its the kind of car that just makes you smile.
passing other traffic is incredibly safe as your past so fast and you would have to do something really stupid to end up in the scenery as the four wheel drive is like being on rails.
Can see why you like that - i'm the same when people mod cars. I like the understated of a powerful car family car or crossover - only exception is hatchbacks.
I love a hot hatch to be a bit loud, loved my Honda Civic Type R (FN2) when it came out and the new one looks mental. Also got a soft spot for the Focus RS.

Sure the golf r looks understated which is great. The new Honda type r looks hideous and something from the 1990s and like it had crashed into Halfords

Agree the Golf r is expensive to buy. A decent spec one will be nearer £40K, also the similar but much nicer Audi s3 is about the same price but with options most people actually end up spending just over £40K less discount

Edited By: royals on Jun 19, 2015 09:49
micsey
very cold,you could buy a mk5 golf r32 with low miles for about that keep it two years and sell for about £6k or more

The R32 is not in the same league and is old !! Plus there is no way you will get a decent R32 for £8-9K. Good luck with any repairs

Edited By: royals on Jun 19, 2015 09:45
spritey
monkeyhanger75
Looking purely at the RRP, the R is around the same price as the 170PS 1.8TSI, and the 2.0TDI 150PS version isn't much more. Whether yours is a much better deal depends purely on the engine you have. It may be a hatchback, but most of the money isn't in the bodyshell, and there's nothing in Black Edition Nav that comes close to the performance of the R. Comparing oranges to apples, completely different cars.
I have the 2.0TDI 190....
Yes different cars - but but comment is still valid.. The Golf R is still an expensive hatchback.. While i love the Golf R - it's just to damn expensive in my opinion.. Plus a hot hatch at that speed needs to look like it would eat a new born baby, the Golf R is to subtle in my opinion.


Depends on how you define expensive....VWs are expensive in purely RRP terms, but if you are buying new at 12% discount (achievable) and p/xing (or even better, selling privately) for a very good retained value then depreciation suffered in your ownership term and it gets quite cheap next to the competition. It is for this reason that buying German cars new is quite popular and not as expensive as some people might think. The R is subtle, but I like the "wolf in sheep's clothing" approach.

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Jun 07, 2015 19:10
springbrucesteen
Thats what I like about the Golf R (subtle) apart from four exhausts which i think is a bit ott its basically just like any other new golf to look at ( ok , double drl's ) but when you fancy having a blast its the kind of car that just makes you smile.
passing other traffic is incredibly safe as your past so fast and you would have to do something really stupid to end up in the scenery as the four wheel drive is like being on rails.

Can see why you like that - i'm the same when people mod cars. I like the understated of a powerful car family car or crossover - only exception is hatchbacks.

I love a hot hatch to be a bit loud, loved my Honda Civic Type R (FN2) when it came out and the new one looks mental. Also got a soft spot for the Focus RS.

Edited By: spritey on Jun 06, 2015 21:53
Thats what I like about the Golf R (subtle) apart from four exhausts which i think is a bit ott its basically just like any other new golf to look at ( ok , double drl's ) but when you fancy having a blast its the kind of car that just makes you smile.
passing other traffic is incredibly safe as your past so fast and you would have to do something really stupid to end up in the scenery as the four wheel drive is like being on rails.
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Does anyone have details of the excess mileage charges? I'd like to do the maths to work out whether I'd be better looking at a 5000/8000/10000 mile deal but can't see the information on the website?

Cheers
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groenleader
With falling sales, disappointed customers and new gearboxes on the horizon there are quite a few VW deals knocking around at the moment.
The deal might not be so bad, but its the car that's part of the problem.
The DSG, (its is holding VW's customers from becoming repeat customers) might be OK for manual drivers who are iffy about autos but for auto drivers it will never be as smooth. I do not even think the DSGs are as quick or efficient as the ZF autos used in a number of other brands like Jaguars and BMW?
I know VW are to introduce a selection of new DSG gearboxes and a CVT over next 2 years.
With regard not wanting the manual again. Well, you buy a sporty car that you driver hard and its only fluid in upward changes. After that it become laggy, confused, it has to switch the preselect. If your gunning it then it has to engage its torque protection to stop the clutches getting mangled which means frustrating delays and hesitation from the gearbox.
In a car like this, clutch down and in to 2nd might just be a lot better, after all this is the Mondeo man car of 201X's!
Absolutely agree with this. I have an X5 and the ZF box in that (some 10 years old) is considerably better than the DSG fitted to the Caravelle (brand new as of two months ago) I drive at work. With flappy paddles, the DSG makes sense, because it's quicker than a standard auto, but in full auto guise, the DSG is erratic, gets muddled up a lot, and doesn't work anywhere near as well as the 6 speed ZF in my BMW. I'd be interested to see what VW come out with CVT wise. I had an A6 previous to the BMW and the CVT box in that was truly sublime.


Thats a Caravelle though which is a heavy Transporter which will likely be underpowered and the gearing wont be right for the mass it has to haul around. Stick it in a Golf though and its sublime.
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donny1266
I'm sorry, but when someone writes "don't vote cold", for whatever reason, I vote cold. It's not my fault, I just have to.
me too!
Awaken
Eight and a half grand to borrow a car for 2 years (who the hell does 5000 miles a year).

How the hell is that a deal? It's not even a great car, just a distinctly average one. Ice bloody cold.


It's an average car ? okay. The normal golf is considered a great car for starters. And this is like the best golf out there....

You sir are clueless.
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groenleader
With falling sales, disappointed customers and new gearboxes on the horizon there are quite a few VW deals knocking around at the moment.

The deal might not be so bad, but its the car that's part of the problem.

The DSG, (its is holding VW's customers from becoming repeat customers) might be OK for manual drivers who are iffy about autos but for auto drivers it will never be as smooth. I do not even think the DSGs are as quick or efficient as the ZF autos used in a number of other brands like Jaguars and BMW?

I know VW are to introduce a selection of new DSG gearboxes and a CVT over next 2 years.

With regard not wanting the manual again. Well, you buy a sporty car that you driver hard and its only fluid in upward changes. After that it become laggy, confused, it has to switch the preselect. If your gunning it then it has to engage its torque protection to stop the clutches getting mangled which means frustrating delays and hesitation from the gearbox.

In a car like this, clutch down and in to 2nd might just be a lot better, after all this is the Mondeo man car of 201X's!


Absolutely agree with this. I have an X5 and the ZF box in that (some 10 years old) is considerably better than the DSG fitted to the Caravelle (brand new as of two months ago) I drive at work. With flappy paddles, the DSG makes sense, because it's quicker than a standard auto, but in full auto guise, the DSG is erratic, gets muddled up a lot, and doesn't work anywhere near as well as the 6 speed ZF in my BMW. I'd be interested to see what VW come out with CVT wise. I had an A6 previous to the BMW and the CVT box in that was truly sublime.
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