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Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D 3 7 seat lease - 10k miles - 36m - total £264.01 per month / £9,504.44 - gateway2lease

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Edit: price increased by £5 per month (previously, and advertised as £258.32 per month / £9299.61), but recent quote noted £5 price increase. Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D 3 lease. This is a very Read More
Edit: price increased by £5 per month (previously, and advertised as £258.32 per month / £9299.61), but recent quote noted £5 price increase. Mitsubishi Outlander 2.2 DI-D 3 lease. This is a very
damcnaught Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago61 Comments
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tonerodgers
m5rcc
tonerodgers
Nothing spectacular, but a good work horse off road, towing etc and around 50mpg, which is 10mpg better than many of its rivals.
40.5mpg is more likely...

I get around 54mpg from mine, however my journey is mainly motorway and I am never in a rush.


Do you go above 60? I struggle to get 40!
tonerodgers
Nothing spectacular, but a good work horse off road, towing etc and around 50mpg, which is 10mpg better than many of its rivals.


I get 35mpg on average in mine. Sometimes get above 40 but rarely.
I took out my first ever private lease on a VW tour an last year. I have a brand new touran and over my 2 year lease it will cost me just over £4500. When I looked into buying exactly the same car when you take into confederation the depreciation. The lease wins hands
down. Leasing a car works when you are not fussy about the car you are after. As some amazing offers can be found but they get snapped up quickly.
I am one of the people who don't want to borrow or have something I can't afford to buy. But as a single parent who's 7 seater has just given up, ive been looking into leasing options.

I am still undecided, however I am interested to hear from those who have done this successfully. I agree that times are changing and this may be the way we buy cars in the future. I'm thinking that we pay for so many things that we use and never own outright in the end... broadband, phone line, sky.

Can anyone give me an example of what they were offered to buy the car after the lease ended? Ive heard it's a good discount.

Also does every lease agreement have it's own terms and conditions or are the fairly standard with just a few differences?
square88
Can someone confirm who is the registered owner and registered keeper with private leases please.

Generally the lease company are the registered owner and personal leasing it is the registered keeper.
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Audi A6 Saloon 2.0 TDI 190ps S Line Ultra S tronic Lease 10k per year 24 months £7,120.44 @ Gateway2lease

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Not bad for a £37k car Good spec too 10k miles per year £7120.44 total for 24 months £296.69 per month including £180 fees Choose personal deal and move 3/6/9 according to your liking. Read More
Not bad for a £37k car Good spec too 10k miles per year £7120.44 total for 24 months £296.69 per month including £180 fees Choose personal deal and move 3/6/9 according to your liking.
square88 Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago59 Comments
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manbearpig
People with very low incomes signing contracts like these like pigs, and the debt is packaged up and sold on with a promise of good returns to institutional investors. This is a huge disaster waiting to happen. These cars were never meant for simon living with his mum and working the tills at your local ASDA. Go buy a 10 year old fiesta - because that is your place in life.
T1T
People with very low incomes signing contracts like these like pigs, and the debt is packaged up and sold on with a promise of good returns to institutional investors.

This is a huge disaster waiting to happen. These cars were never meant for simon living with his mum and working the tills at your local ASDA. Go buy a 10 year old fiesta - because that is your place in life.

Edited By: manbearpig on Jul 05, 2017 19:05:
DudeyGeeza
any idea how much a 2 year old one of these goes for with 20k on the clock?
Well, after a quick check on Auto Trader... That anyone can do... Looking about 20-21k for 2 years old with 20k ish miles.
andypolack
Just wait an extra day then.
I've tried that, but the deal is always a day after you buy it.
any idea how much a 2 year old one of these goes for with 20k on the clock?
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T sline 150 bhp lease 10k miles p/a.£190 P/M & £1892 initial payment,this includes £180 fee Total over 2 years £6,269.30 @ Gateway2lease

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Price based on solid white or black. delivery September. for a 30k list price car this is got to be one of the cheapest deals to lease it 10k miles p/a This deal has a charge of 9.6ppm for going over Read More
Price based on solid white or black. delivery September. for a 30k list price car this is got to be one of the cheapest deals to lease it 10k miles p/a This deal has a charge of 9.6ppm for going over
john1972 Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago151 Comments
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Very tempted in this deal and new to leasing, just got below quote for initial rental + 23, solid white and no extra's delivery SEP/OCT Driver maintained quote

Initial rental £1,908.94 incl vat
Monthly rental £190.60 incl vat
Admin fee £180

Total £6,472.74

Excess mileage 8.37ppm

Not sure why the price has gone up.
MrHot
ridgers84
I have one of these on a two year lease. Mine is the 1.4TFSI A4 Avant Sport in white. I pay £242 p/m and my initial payment was 3 months advance.
The car itself it brilliant! Sat nav standard, 10 speaker sound system with subwoofer under the rear seat, parking sensors front and rear, electric tailgate etc etc.... also this car has the comfort suspension not the rock hard sports (S Line) suspension. The car itself is so so quiet. Obviously this is helped by the petrol engine, but when the car is on the move the cabin is eerily quiet.
As someone else mentioned the engine is more suited to the A3 but is perfectly acceptable in the A4. It still gets up to speed reasonably well and can be remarkably economical when wanted. My commute to work is 11 miles each way, normally when not in a rush I just drop myself behind a lorry doing 56mph stick the cruise control on. I achieve (according to the computer) between 57.4-60.1mpg, which for a heavy petrol car is not too shabby. I get 400-500 miles between fill ups. My previous car was a Mk7 Golf GTD, it had the same size fuel tank as my A4, yet I only averaged 420-440 miles per tank in that.
Overall I'm very impressed with the car. My only two gripes are 1) the offset pedals - the clutch pedal is roughly in line with the steering wheel. 2) although it has an electronic parking brake, I had to pay £50 extra for the hill hold and auto handbrake feature. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B52fMqv_UfqsNTR0X0J1ZVRQQlEhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=0B52fMqv_UfqsNWVFa3FCYWxaUmM
I had hill hold on my 1994 Subaru, didn't know I had it until sometime in and it was fantastic, worked with the manual handbrake back then too - never needed to use it.
Modern cars with electric handbrakes never seemed to pull off the handbrake smoothly - is this better now or just better after you get used to working with it?

Not very smooth on my 2016 VW Passat.
MrHot
ridgers84
I have one of these on a two year lease. Mine is the 1.4TFSI A4 Avant Sport in white. I pay £242 p/m and my initial payment was 3 months advance.
The car itself it brilliant! Sat nav standard, 10 speaker sound system with subwoofer under the rear seat, parking sensors front and rear, electric tailgate etc etc.... also this car has the comfort suspension not the rock hard sports (S Line) suspension. The car itself is so so quiet. Obviously this is helped by the petrol engine, but when the car is on the move the cabin is eerily quiet.
As someone else mentioned the engine is more suited to the A3 but is perfectly acceptable in the A4. It still gets up to speed reasonably well and can be remarkably economical when wanted. My commute to work is 11 miles each way, normally when not in a rush I just drop myself behind a lorry doing 56mph stick the cruise control on. I achieve (according to the computer) between 57.4-60.1mpg, which for a heavy petrol car is not too shabby. I get 400-500 miles between fill ups. My previous car was a Mk7 Golf GTD, it had the same size fuel tank as my A4, yet I only averaged 420-440 miles per tank in that.
Overall I'm very impressed with the car. My only two gripes are 1) the offset pedals - the clutch pedal is roughly in line with the steering wheel. 2) although it has an electronic parking brake, I had to pay £50 extra for the hill hold and auto handbrake feature. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B52fMqv_UfqsNTR0X0J1ZVRQQlEhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=0B52fMqv_UfqsNWVFa3FCYWxaUmM

I had hill hold on my 1994 Subaru, didn't know I had it until sometime in and it was fantastic, worked with the manual handbrake back then too - never needed to use it.

Modern cars with electric handbrakes never seemed to pull off the handbrake smoothly - is this better now or just better after you get used to working with it?


It's definitely better. I have no gripes about mine. It's just a smooth transition
ridgers84
I have one of these on a two year lease. Mine is the 1.4TFSI A4 Avant Sport in white. I pay £242 p/m and my initial payment was 3 months advance.
The car itself it brilliant! Sat nav standard, 10 speaker sound system with subwoofer under the rear seat, parking sensors front and rear, electric tailgate etc etc.... also this car has the comfort suspension not the rock hard sports (S Line) suspension. The car itself is so so quiet. Obviously this is helped by the petrol engine, but when the car is on the move the cabin is eerily quiet.
As someone else mentioned the engine is more suited to the A3 but is perfectly acceptable in the A4. It still gets up to speed reasonably well and can be remarkably economical when wanted. My commute to work is 11 miles each way, normally when not in a rush I just drop myself behind a lorry doing 56mph stick the cruise control on. I achieve (according to the computer) between 57.4-60.1mpg, which for a heavy petrol car is not too shabby. I get 400-500 miles between fill ups. My previous car was a Mk7 Golf GTD, it had the same size fuel tank as my A4, yet I only averaged 420-440 miles per tank in that.
Overall I'm very impressed with the car. My only two gripes are 1) the offset pedals - the clutch pedal is roughly in line with the steering wheel. 2) although it has an electronic parking brake, I had to pay £50 extra for the hill hold and auto handbrake feature. https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B52fMqv_UfqsNTR0X0J1ZVRQQlEhttps://drive.google.com/open?id=0B52fMqv_UfqsNWVFa3FCYWxaUmM

I had hill hold on my 1994 Subaru, didn't know I had it until sometime in and it was fantastic, worked with the manual handbrake back then too - never needed to use it.

Modern cars with electric handbrakes never seemed to pull off the handbrake smoothly - is this better now or just better after you get used to working with it?
robot1000
PERCY_LONG_PRONG
ordered mine went for the white S Line on 3+23
What did they quote you for that?

My quote on that came in at around £6750. It was around £500 more over the course of the lease. As I stated above, I went for 6+23 as it made basically no difference to the overall cost but reduced the upfront hit somewhat.
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Mercedes CLA 180 Coupe 1.6 Sport - £225.88pm + £2,032.99 upfront + £180 admin at Gateway2lease £5,571.12

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this website does amazing lease deals car dealers cannot get near, I have posted one example of an amazing deal the Mercedes cla 180 coupe brand new for £2k down and only £225 a month!!!! the same dea… Read More
this website does amazing lease deals car dealers cannot get near, I have posted one example of an amazing deal the Mercedes cla 180 coupe brand new for £2k down and only £225 a month!!!! the same dea…
stargateroy Avatar8m, 3w agoFound 8 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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m5rcc
RJUK
1.6
sport
LOL

A lovely Renault engine it is too...


potato more like
Is this not £7,408.46 over the two years?

Not the £5,571.12 that brought me to this deal...!
RJUK
m5rcc
RJUK
1.6
sport
LOL
A lovely Renault engine it is too...
Oh great. Buy German, get French!
Presumably the "sport" but means it has fog lights and alloy wheels?! They'll put a sport badge on anything these days.

Not necessarily an issue - Renault and Mercedes-Benz have been co-operating for years.

The latest C-Class also has a Renault derived engine. But this is the much more sophisticated chain cam 1.6DCI, re-engineered by Mercedes with a supercharger instead of a turbocharger.
m5rcc
RJUK
1.6
sport
LOL

A lovely Renault engine it is too...


Oh great. Buy German, get French!

Presumably the "sport" but means it has fog lights and alloy wheels?! They'll put a sport badge on anything these days.
RJUK
1.6
sport
LOL

A lovely Renault engine it is too...
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Gateway2lease Mercedes E class E220d 2.0 AMG Line Auto 36 months £347.99 3 months deposit 10k a year £13,403.61

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E220d 2.0 AMG Line Auto for £347.99 per month with 3 month deposit and £180 admin fee - it is a lot but for £347.99 I think you will struggle to find it cheaper. Works out at £372 per month - not as c… Read More
E220d 2.0 AMG Line Auto for £347.99 per month with 3 month deposit and £180 admin fee - it is a lot but for £347.99 I think you will struggle to find it cheaper. Works out at £372 per month - not as c…
james02 Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago22 Comments
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benjai
tighty
you know you can buy a nearly new version for £25 grand?

This deal is for a new car? Who cares how much a nearly new one costs?


and that makes it worthy of voting hot? hey lease a NEW car and pay for too much because it's new. some people's kids man. I have a new lease as it happens a 208 gti that was £140 a month so I understsnd lease and the value of such cars. but to spend £13 over three years is just plain crazy. but then you probably rent rather than have a mortgage right?
Itsabargain69
tighty
you know you can buy a nearly new version for £25 grand?


new shape e class for 25k? tell me where and I'll put a deposit down first thing in the morning


http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201607185959787?search-target=usedcars&make=mercedes-benz&model=e_class&postcode=cv472uj&radius=1501&keywords=amg%20line&onesearchad=used%2Cnearlynew&fuel-type=diesel&year-from=2016&transmission=automatic&sort=atcustom&adPos=2

this one?
Co car tax likely to be 20% bik on £40k, so £8k, 40% on that £3200 per year plus loss of car allowance £3k net approx, total of £500 a month approx. Probably actually not much in it after insurance and maintenance added in which you would get with co car
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VW Tiguan 2.0 TDI SCR 150 6speed SE Nav Lease £2,400 + 23 - £119.99 (£5,339.77 over 24 months) @ Gateway2lease

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Seems like a fantastic deal for a new Tiguan, decent spec, which is £28k OTR. Only 5k miles but even with allowing for excess miles, it's a great deal for an average of £222 per month over the peri… Read More
Seems like a fantastic deal for a new Tiguan, decent spec, which is £28k OTR. Only 5k miles but even with allowing for excess miles, it's a great deal for an average of £222 per month over the peri…
sbang Avatar10m, 4w agoFound 10 months, 4 weeks ago218 Comments
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Interested in a Tiguan 2.0l but cant find any deals close to this at the moment - is anybody aware of any good current deal? Thanks
xbassyx
cava83
Just received a letter from VW finance, saying first payment is £3371.37. Gateway to lease did inform me a while ago stating that if there is a difference, the dealer covers it. I presumed this meant that the DD would be adjusted, that's not the case. The full payment will be taken out, then the dealer refunds the difference into my account. Seems like a lot of hard work :)

Apart from that, the car is great, wifey loves it. !

I had the same thing. I went through vw though, they put £700 something in my bank then took £3100 something.

What colour did you go for??

You paying a different monthly amount, as the deposit is different?

I went for Urano grey and it's better than I thought, was worried about it not being metallic but an extra £38 a month to me was not worth it, as then I would have wanted an automatic too, might as well have gone for the R Line ;)

Had the car 2 weeks, driven it once properly. Definitely not my car, but the wife's, I'm toddling along in a beaten A3 2007 model :S
ronzza
did u get gap insurance too, or are u basically covered with your normal aviva car insurance? quoting around seems aviva for me too

I did not, my insurance was through Aviva and they cover new vehicles apparently, I have it in writing just in case. :)
cava83
Just received a letter from VW finance, saying first payment is £3371.37. Gateway to lease did inform me a while ago stating that if there is a difference, the dealer covers it. I presumed this meant that the DD would be adjusted, that's not the case. The full payment will be taken out, then the dealer refunds the difference into my account. Seems like a lot of hard work :)

Apart from that, the car is great, wifey loves it. !


I had the same thing. I went through vw though, they put £700 something in my bank then took £3100 something.

What colour did you go for??
did u get gap insurance too, or are u basically covered with your normal aviva car insurance? quoting around seems aviva for me too
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Audi A6 Saloon 2.0 TDI 190ps SE lease, 10k miles, 9 + 23 £7,475.66 @ Gateway2Lease

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No idea why it's not on their offers page as it's quite a good one. £2051 initial rental, 23 x £227.99, plus £180 admin fee. https://www.gateway2lease.com/cars/audi/a6-saloon/a6-4-door-saloon-2.… Read More
No idea why it's not on their offers page as it's quite a good one. £2051 initial rental, 23 x £227.99, plus £180 admin fee. https://www.gateway2lease.com/cars/audi/a6-saloon/a6-4-door-saloon-2.…
dnc316 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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This is expensive.
sao
This quote is for solid paint. It's worth noting that choosing metallic paint on a lease car should actually reduce the premium.


should in theory. I've only ever seen the price go up by the cost of options. doesn't seem to effect future residual value.
This quote is for solid paint. It's worth noting that choosing metallic paint on a lease car should actually reduce the premium.
That is a good deal
ahmedmustafa
Is this automatic or manual gearbox?

Manual. Automatic versions of these models have S-Tronic in the title.
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d Premium 2015 Model Solid Paint £4,703.70 over 2 years at Gateway2Lease

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Premium car with a book price of over £20k, 8,000 miles per annum. Deposit = £935.93 23 Payments of £155.99 = £3,587.77 Administration Fee = £180 Total £4,703.70 Read More
Premium car with a book price of over £20k, 8,000 miles per annum. Deposit = £935.93 23 Payments of £155.99 = £3,587.77 Administration Fee = £180 Total £4,703.70
Lowtrawler Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago57 Comments
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Don't get why this continual argument breaks out over leasing. There's a simple rule:
1) IF you're the sort of person who wants to drive a new car every 2-3 years, then leasing (if the sums in the offer add up) offers an attractive alternative to owning a heavily depreciating asset whilst reducing the hassle of constantly changing cars.
2) IF you're the sort of person who thinks any new cars are a mugs' game due to depreciation, then a well-chosen used cars (e.g. 3yr old) which has undergone the bulk of it's depreciation offers a better alternative - and leasing is never likely to be appealing to you.
3) IF you want to get a new car but drive it for a number of years (e.g. 4 or more) then you're probably better of buying a car and running it for several years - if you look after it then you really start to enjoy savings in years 4-10 as depreciation is much less and you're assured in the knowledge you've a good car as you have looked after it through it's life.

You just gotta understand what type of person you are.
Why do people make such a big fuss and vote cold because you have to give the car back? The clue is in the title . If leasing does not suit you then why bother reading any further and then voting cold? Lets assume you love this car and are thinking purchasing it at around £20k, in 2 years time you decide you want to change it , you will probably find as already stated in previous posts that the vehicle will only be worth around £10k, so because you hate leasing you have lost £10k while the person who doesn't care about giving the car back spends £5k for the identical car for the same period. Its not rocket science.
£4K for a car you borrow and only allowed to drive for 2 years???
kikboy
barbiegirl
dush_yant
The 1.5 engine is shiite, get the 1.6 engine which is from mercedes
The 1.6 is Sunni presumably then?
No it's 'Shiite' I believe.

think you may have missed the joke m8...
Spacehduk
You're still paying £50pw for f*ck all mileage. Fine if you have no savings and want an ornament on your drive to impress friends/the neighbours...but there's more intelligent ways of spending your money if you're after a nice car.

Yawn.....£50pw is f**k all and 8K would nearly cover my annual mileage at 10k and easily cover the wife's at 5K. Just where do people drive these days, try walking to the shops and school, or end of the road to post a letter. Don't understand these mileage and lease rants people have.
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Ford Fiesta 1.6 ST-2 - 2YR Lease 9+23 TOTAL £4,787.66, £143.99PM + £1295.89 + £180 fee £4787.66 @ Gateway2lease

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Seems a decent lease deal if your interested in the well received fiesta st. Read More
Seems a decent lease deal if your interested in the well received fiesta st.
2003bluecat Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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it's cheaper than I can find the 1. 0 ecoboost
hotmansausage
marl007
any idea why this is cold? seems like a cracking deal to me
Same. Been looking for a deal on this car and this seems the the best around at the moment
It's just the way it goes on this site sometimes. It's the cheapest 2 year total lease cost on an ST I've ever seen, by some way too.
marl007
any idea why this is cold? seems like a cracking deal to me


Same. Been looking for a deal on this car and this seems the the best around at the moment
any idea why this is cold? seems like a cracking deal to me
jacko791
HassamRaja
Anyone have any experience with gateway2lease, applied for lease for an E220d AMG-Line, wondering if my application will be accepted credit score is 856, full time employed single address etc
Not sure about this lease company, I think it depends on the company who is actually financing it rather than the lease company.
I applied for a lease on a Fiesta a couple of years ago and got turned down though, they came back and told me they look for 900+ credit score. Got accepted a couple of days later on a golf though
Spoke to experian today they actually told me that lenders or anyone who searches you credit report doesn't actually see the number just the report so not sure how they got 900+
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Golf R Estate Personal Lease 10k miles p.a, £186.58 per month @ Gateway2Lease £6,871.34

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Volkswagen Golf Estate 2.0 TSI 300ps R DSG6 4Motion MK7 £186.58 per month with a 10,000 miles per year allowance. Excess mileage 7.2p per mile. £2,400 deposit, £180 admin fee. Registration befor… Read More
Volkswagen Golf Estate 2.0 TSI 300ps R DSG6 4Motion MK7 £186.58 per month with a 10,000 miles per year allowance. Excess mileage 7.2p per mile. £2,400 deposit, £180 admin fee. Registration befor…
marmaluke Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago93 Comments
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https://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/75538/volkswagen/golf/20_tsi_r_5dr_dsg_nav.html

Couldn't post as a new deal, but i got this in the mail today - 400 more than this old deal over the term but best out there at the moment if anyone's looking
rascalchops
Signed the order form and bottled out. Has to be a hatchback!

I think you'll regret that decision... :) I should really update my profile picture.
All build slots are now gone at these prices so not available anymore.
Can anyone recommend direct deals in Manchester. Should I start with Inchcape?
What selections are people putting in there to get it to show the price the OP quoted?
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VW Golf R TSI 300 DSG estate lease/PCH £202pm £6,872.40 over 24 months @ gatewaytolease

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Awesome car at an awesome price. I know many here don't like to lease on this site but not all of us want a 4,5,6,7 year old old car and this works out far cheaper than buying! £180 admin fee 2… Read More
Awesome car at an awesome price. I know many here don't like to lease on this site but not all of us want a 4,5,6,7 year old old car and this works out far cheaper than buying! £180 admin fee 2…
Apocc Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago222 Comments
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monkeyhanger75
I get my R serviced at my local dealership because the service pack makes it as cheap as anywhere else, but if it wasn't i'd go elsewhere - dealership technicians are generally poor mechanics, they're part swappers that don't know what's wrong unless the computer tells it.
Dealerships won't give you the Spanish inquisition unless there are obvious signs of neglect/abuse.

It's up to you to prove that the car was serviced with the correct parts and fluids as shown on a detailed invoice by whoever did the service. it's important to mention that if you do not service at a franchised dealer you miss out on Technical Service Updates carried out during franchised services. Manufacturers are not expected to trace the keeper of every car for these and if you miss them your warranty might be voided. You also lose any 'goodwill' outside of the warranty.

Good luck with what ever you choose to do.
m5rcc
monkeyhanger75
They cannot legally blanket void the warranty on the whole car because you didn't get it serviced to their specifications, they can only void the warranty for parts of the vehicle affected by your use of non-specified parts even if they can prove you didn't service to their spec - you don't seem able to grasp this fact.
They can. It's happened on many previous occasions even after the Block Exemption rule came into force.
monkeyhanger75
Burden of proof always lies with the dealership or UK representative of the marque. It is up to them to prove you didn't do things their way, not the other way around if they were going to try and find a way to not honour the warranty.
They can demand you show evidence that it was done to manufacturer standards with the right parts. Remember you are making the claim on the warranty, not the other way round.
monkeyhanger75
You've been a bit light on facts - you initially claimed that the correct brand franchise had to do the service work to keep your warranty and were shown to be wrong and then back-pedaled rapidly when it was pointed out that you were wrong.
I haven't back-pedalled at all. I've always said that a manufacturer WILL void a warranty if they find out you've gone to some random garage that has not followed the correct service procedure and used the correct parts and/or consumables. I've also said that a lease company will have in their T&Cs that you go to a franchise dealer to have it service, as in the end of the day, it's their vehicle and they want to maximise the value of the car when they sell it on.

Remember saying this on page 9?
m5rcc
Answer my question: why would VW UK warrant a vehicle that has been serviced outside their dealer network?
No mention of not following schedule, you initially made the statement that VW could bin your warranty for simply not using their dealership network for servicing.

I get my R serviced at my local dealership because the service pack makes it as cheap as anywhere else, but if it wasn't i'd go elsewhere - dealership technicians are generally poor mechanics, they're part swappers that don't know what's wrong unless the computer tells it.

Dealerships won't give you the Spanish inquisition unless there are obvious signs of neglect/abuse.
stashmoney
bargains4us
Also the best part of leasing is you drive it like you don't own it (which you actually don't) so it's more fun :D
that I could enjoy, so all servicing and maintenace is included in the £202 per month deal ?
Yes also includes unlimited fuel and 24 hour access to a chauffeur
monkeyhanger75
They cannot legally blanket void the warranty on the whole car because you didn't get it serviced to their specifications, they can only void the warranty for parts of the vehicle affected by your use of non-specified parts even if they can prove you didn't service to their spec - you don't seem able to grasp this fact.

They can. It's happened on many previous occasions even after the Block Exemption rule came into force.

monkeyhanger75
Burden of proof always lies with the dealership or UK representative of the marque. It is up to them to prove you didn't do things their way, not the other way around if they were going to try and find a way to not honour the warranty.

They can demand you show evidence that it was done to manufacturer standards with the right parts. Remember you are making the claim on the warranty, not the other way round.

monkeyhanger75
You've been a bit light on facts - you initially claimed that the correct brand franchise had to do the service work to keep your warranty and were shown to be wrong and then back-pedaled rapidly when it was pointed out that you were wrong.

I haven't back-pedalled at all. I've always said that a manufacturer WILL void a warranty if they find out you've gone to some random garage that has not followed the correct service procedure and used the correct parts and/or consumables. I've also said that a lease company will have in their T&Cs that you go to a franchise dealer to have it service, as in the end of the day, it's their vehicle and they want to maximise the value of the car when they sell it on.
m5rcc
monkeyhanger75
They would have a hard time justifying that, and you would almost certainly win if you took them to the small claims court because Kwik Fit didn't use a VAG oil filter when performing an oil change service and your battery failed within warranty. A part's failure unaffected by an unofficial service's scope does not relieve them of their obligations under warranty for that item.
You need to get facts in check: whilst the ‘Block Exemption’ that a manufacturer can’t void a standard three year warranty if you get the car serviced by a non franchised dealer exists, they can demand you show evidence that it was done to manufacturer standards with the right parts.
So the easiest way is to get the car serviced by a franchise. And that can really pay off if the car develops a fault out of warranty because you’ll probably get some goodwill, which is really the manufacturer backing the dealer to conform to the Limitations Act of 1980, that sets out six years as the usual period in which actions for breach of contract.
But, if you’ve had the car serviced by grease monkeys from Kwik-Fit, the manufacturer can claim that the fault was caused by them. If the car is on a long warranty, like five years or more as typified by Toyota or Hyundai, then that is a probably a contract between you and the manufacturer that you get it serviced by his franchises and in return they warrant the car.
There’s obviously a bit of latitude, but you always stand a much better chance against a manufacturer if you have always had the car serviced by the dealers. And in these disputes, you legally have to start with the dealer who supplied the car in the first place, though a dealer who has been regularly servicing it will probably help.

They cannot legally blanket void the warranty on the whole car because you didn't get it serviced to their specifications, they can only void the warranty for parts of the vehicle affected by your use of non-specified parts even if they can prove you didn't service to their spec - you don't seem able to grasp this fact.

Burden of proof always lies with the dealership or UK representative of the marque. It is up to them to prove you didn't do things their way, not the other way around if they were going to try and find a way to not honour the warranty.

A failed rear cluster, battery, shocks, paint defect, interior trim, or indeed any part of the car unaffected by the work that should be conducted during the correct service schedule would have it's warranty intact by the letter of the law.

Goodwill is a whole other kettle of fish and you really shouldn't bank on goodwill gestures given beyond the warranty unless you did stick with the franchised dealer for all your servicing (and even then it is not guaranteed - they are not obliged to give goodwill, they are only obliged to preserve your statutory rights). Goodwill gestures can be very costly as the goodwill usually extends to a large % of the cost of the parts only, so you'll still end up getting hammered by franchised workshop labour costs of £70-100 per hour.

You've been a bit light on facts - you initially claimed that the correct brand franchise had to do the service work to keep your warranty and were shown to be wrong and then back-pedaled rapidly when it was pointed out that you were wrong.

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Jun 13, 2016 21:34
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Audi A6 avant 2.0 tdi 190ps black edition stronic business lease 24 months £259.99 p/m, £150 admin fee, Total £7,540.00 @ Gateway2lease

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I think this is a good deal. we have nice idiots smaller audi for everyday but could do with bigger car at weekend when husband home. Really interested in this as we could have matching idiot audis, one for him and her x thanks op


I thought it was a good deal too, suits certain individuals I guess. I own a business from home, do limited miles but need to collect stock. Great for bikes in boot and general diy. Looks miles better than se trim, sline trim. It was the cheapest I found by far having compared approx 12 leasing companies. Yes it may seem expensive but it a premium car
I think this is a good deal. we have nice idiots smaller audi for everyday but could do with bigger car at weekend when husband home. Really interested in this as we could have matching idiot audis, one for him and her x thanks op
Cold from me
- £ 311.99 inc VAT p/m as this is a consumer website we're not looking for HotUKBusinessDeals
- No mention of the £1,871.93 including VAT deposit
- 8000miles per year is just not enough. Yes it's the average that people do but when you consider that figure includes pensioners going out for shopping and parents doing the school run it's just not enough when you look at a vehicle that's a motorway cruiser.
The last point always gets me.
8,000 would be fine for me
I barely use my car during the week, but at the weekend I can cover 100+ miles.
Stick with the numbers rather the assumptions on driving habits.
I am, it's a crap deal as it's about the going rate for this model and mileage.
If you're doing 8k a year or less then buying this is just pointlessly wasting money because you want to have a pretty car to show off to your neighbours. I do about 15k a year, the fact of the matter remains that these deals are getting boring offering really good sounding prices until you get to the point about doing more miles than granny smith from number 7 which they don't offer and when you ask for a quote it's insane because these places rely on idiots who want a posh Audi/BMW/Merc on the drive despite the fact they do minimal miles.


Sure chap, so just because i work from home means im an idiot if i aquire myself a nice vehicle to transport my family about in , even 5k miles is fine for me, and during those 5k i want to have a nice comfortable , reliable, environment to do so in - just because i dont spend most of my day sat stuck in traffic or zooming up and down motorways means im not entitled to such , doesn't it?

You are just annoyed you have to pay more for your mileage, but only an idiot would believe that was anything but logical.
Cold from me
- £ 311.99 inc VAT p/m as this is a consumer website we're not looking for HotUKBusinessDeals
- No mention of the £1,871.93 including VAT deposit
- 8000miles per year is just not enough. Yes it's the average that people do but when you consider that figure includes pensioners going out for shopping and parents doing the school run it's just not enough when you look at a vehicle that's a motorway cruiser.
The last point always gets me.
8,000 would be fine for me
I barely use my car during the week, but at the weekend I can cover 100+ miles.
Stick with the numbers rather the assumptions on driving habits.
I am, it's a crap deal as it's about the going rate for this model and mileage.
If you're doing 8k a year or less then buying this is just pointlessly wasting money because you want to have a pretty car to show off to your neighbours. I do about 15k a year, the fact of the matter remains that these deals are getting boring offering really good sounding prices until you get to the point about doing more miles than granny smith from number 7 which they don't offer and when you ask for a quote it's insane because these places rely on idiots who want a posh Audi/BMW/Merc on the drive despite the fact they do minimal miles.

No, still way too many assumptions.
None of it fact.
BTW yes it is a crap deal, but not for the reasons you assume.
Astec123
Astec123
Cold from me
- £ 311.99 inc VAT p/m as this is a consumer website we're not looking for HotUKBusinessDeals
- No mention of the £1,871.93 including VAT deposit
- 8000miles per year is just not enough. Yes it's the average that people do but when you consider that figure includes pensioners going out for shopping and parents doing the school run it's just not enough when you look at a vehicle that's a motorway cruiser.
The last point always gets me.
8,000 would be fine for me
I barely use my car during the week, but at the weekend I can cover 100+ miles.
Stick with the numbers rather the assumptions on driving habits.
I am, it's a crap deal as it's about the going rate for this model and mileage.
If you're doing 8k a year or less then buying this is just pointlessly wasting money because you want to have a pretty car to show off to your neighbours. I do about 15k a year, the fact of the matter remains that these deals are getting boring offering really good sounding prices until you get to the point about doing more miles than granny smith from number 7 which they don't offer and when you ask for a quote it's insane because these places rely on idiots who want a posh Audi/BMW/Merc on the drive despite the fact they do minimal miles.
Who exactly do you think you are calling people "idiots" for wanting a BMW, Audi or Mercedes? I'm afraid you've confirmed that your intelligence level is far too low for your opinion to be considered relevant.

Congratulations you successfully stooped to the level of personally slandering another person for having an opinion contrary to your own. I think we know who the last line of your comment must refer. I'm unsubscribing from this thread now, so feel free to say whatever you like, because I have better things to do with my time than argue with someone who cannot manage to produce a reasoned argument.


If read your own comment, you will see that you were slandering others by refering to them as "idiots" for wanting to have a particular brand of car on their driveway. I highly doubt you have anything better to do with your time.
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Volvo cx60 £239 p/m 36 months, £150 + vat admin fee, Total £2,159.89 @ gateway2lease.com

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it's an xc60 not cx60 change the title misleading
Not that great when you actually add it all up :(
Mire Mare
Just out of interest what is the RRP on this model and what is it worth after 3 years (24,000.on the clock)
MM
£33,960 list price.
These keep their value quite well, still looking at around £23-25k.
Volvo XC60's are rarely seen on lease this cheap per month and initial payment. If I wasn't midway through a 2 year lease (VW Tiguan which is absolutely fantastic) I would snap this up.
Have a thing for Volvos lol!

Did a little digging, 32k ish new (maybe 30k with a broker) current 3 year old D4 (190) R-Design with less than 25,000 miles around 20k.

Is it a deal, well it is tight, as I have said before if you are paying more than what the car will depreciate by over the period of the rental than no it's not a deal if you pay less than hell yeh!

In this case it's about the same so is it a hot deal er no as there are much better options out there for your money!

MM
Mire Mare
Just out of interest what is the RRP on this model and what is it worth after 3 years (24,000.on the clock)

MM


£33,960 list price.

These keep their value quite well, still looking at around £23-25k.

Volvo XC60's are rarely seen on lease this cheap per month and initial payment. If I wasn't midway through a 2 year lease (VW Tiguan which is absolutely fantastic) I would snap this up.

Have a thing for Volvos lol!
huh?
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Skoda Yeti 5 Door 2.0 TDI SCR 150 personal lease - 24 mth - deposit £600.48 - Fees £180 - £100.08 p/m - Total £3,182.40 @ Gateway2lease

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Good job!
Yeti delivered today! Really pleased with it.
Received email from G2L asking for confirmation that we can take delivery on 1/8. Result! Hopefully not too many cancelled when being told delivery was put back to December.
My car is being delivered on August 5th.
Total result this deal was!
Just been told the lead time for these has been pushed back to December :(
Me too. Although Skoda will honour the deal at least. I was expecting it to be refused.
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Vauxhall Corsa 1.4 90ps Limited Edition - Personal Lease £3,348 Gateway2lease £3,348.00

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Apocc
Seat Leon cupra 290 is £174 pm with £2400 deposit, good deal of you want scirocco looks but I'd prefer the Cupra for less money
Who with? That's a tempting price!

£171 now but only 5k miles. Cheaper to pay the mileage excess than upgrade to 8k

It's a cracking offer and I'd post it but the farm food brigade make it a guaranteed cold deal!

http://www.freedomcontracts.com/Seat-Leon-Sport-Coupe-280-CUPRA-3Dr-Personal-Lease/2314

Edited By: Apocc on May 19, 2016 15:11
Apocc
Seat Leon cupra 290 is £174 pm with £2400 deposit, good deal of you want scirocco looks but I'd prefer the Cupra for less money
Who with? That's a tempting price!
Seat Leon cupra 290 is £174 pm with £2400 deposit, good deal of you want scirocco looks but I'd prefer the Cupra for less money
rambo_or_mark
last year was a scirocco R for 6.5k though.

That is why it is cold
30k+ car for 2 years at 7.5k... depreciation is more. good deal. rare car. reliable car. heat added.
last year was a scirocco R for 6.5k though.
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Infiniti Q30 £203.98 per month- 8k miles yr - 24 months @ gateway2lease £4,896.00

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Hi, its my first post so be nice, I have found this Infiniti Q30 deal quite cheap for what the cars worth and how nice it looks and drive, overall costs come to £203.98/month for 8000 miles a year on
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Anyone have experience with company and what's delivery time?
rasdonny
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Cosmic_Mastermind
I don't really understand this business of "car leasing". Maybe I'm missing something - I've never done it myself - but £5,000 to have a car for 2 years sounds extremely expensive to me. In 2009 I bought a 2005 Nissan Almera 1.6l for £3,500 and it's done 55,000 miles since then with no mechanical problems at all. Tax is an issue of course - £160 per year, but it's still basically one-third of the price.
I've never driven a brand new car, and maybe it's fantastic, but paying £2,500 a year for a car you'll never own is for people who have a lot of money. £50 a week, not including petrol, just to keep the car on the road? you've almost got to do an extra day's work per week just to pay for the privilege of going to work.
Still, it's probably a very good deal as car leasing goes.
Every single deal it's guaranteed you get this almost exact post! Literally everytime!
You don't understand leasing then go on to describe something that is clearly nothing like leasing a car. What is there to understand? Having an old car for however long and however many miles is irrelevant, this is leasing a brand new car.
The clue is in BRAND NEW! How is it not possible to understand this?
Lookup leasing an old reliable car, have you done that? Good, OK so how many lease deals did you find on old cars? None? Really, there's a surprise.
In 2009 I bought a 4 year old car and...Oi STOP! Buying a 4 year old car is NOT the same at all as leasing a BRAND NEW car is it?
Yes BUT... NO stop it, a 4 year Nissan Almera is that the same as a BRAND NEW Inifiniti Q30? Is an old car the same as a new car? Is it? If you wanted a new car would you buy an old one? Would you?
Hello I've come in to buy a BRAND NEW old car please. GTFO!----> of my showroom n00b!
Is buying a 4 year old car the same as buying a BRAND NEW BMW M135i (0-60 in 5.1s). Well I bought something similar for £5,000, no you didn't, you're lying aren't you? Well just a bit but I think my 4 year old car is sort of the same as leasing a BRAND NEW car, it involves cars doesn't it?
Common mistake: Lease deal versus a used car, they both involve cars but they're not the same thing are they. Always remember this when commenting on lease deals, think first and remember to stop at the RED traffic light.
/sarcasm
In the next installment we'll go in to ownership and common misconceptions about owning a car and the difference between an old car and a used car in relation to ownership. Jesus I really look forward to that :/
says an Infiniti Q30 leasing agent :p


Rasdonny u have nice eyes
Mrepg
I'm thinking of getting a new car paid £23k for a mini clubby a while back, but it was a free car due to emissions n tax offsetting, actually it earned me £2k but thats another story. Cost me very little in ways of running. But I cant get my head around why I would lease n not buy. It feels wrong. Im an idiot I know. But Im a well paid idiot with no debts and my mortgage paid off. Im defo in the market for a new car.


I agree, you are an idiot
Mrepg
I'm thinking of getting a new car paid £23k for a mini clubby a while back, but it was a free car due to emissions n tax offsetting, actually it earned me £2k but thats another story. Cost me very little in ways of running. But I cant get my head around why I would lease n not buy. It feels wrong. Im an idiot I know. But Im a well paid idiot with no debts and my mortgage paid off. Im defo in the market for a new car.
OK.
I'm thinking of getting a new car paid £23k for a mini clubby a while back, but it was a free car due to emissions n tax offsetting, actually it earned me £2k but thats another story. Cost me very little in ways of running. But I cant get my head around why I would lease n not buy. It feels wrong. Im an idiot I know. But Im a well paid idiot with no debts and my mortgage paid off. Im defo in the market for a new car.
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It is horrendous I agree! both me and partner have a car from ling as was best price for what we wanted. Nice and easy ordering process. I've got around ten months left on mine and worry if there are going to be any charges when it's picked up. That's the only thing that worries me leasing. I've looked after it and had it serviced at main dealer. Only blemish is a very slightly scuffed alloy. That was the wife!....honest. ....
That is a proper websh*te. Why would anyone create such a horrendous site?!
Is this a Datsun?
this is their version of a 3 series right?
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Renault Megane 2.0T RS Cup - £1727 initial - £191.99 P/M (24 month lease, 9+23) @ Gateway2Lease £6,323.00

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If i didnt already have a liquid yellow r26 id be all over this.
The renault sports are built at a different factory in dieppe and tend to have better build quality.
Brill car for shopping trips & trackdays..
Wellhung
Does it come with a black and white stripy t-shirt and a string of onions as standard?


i always thought it was a blue and white t shirt.
Ah right, so when you run out of 'facts' to back up an argument you turn to insults. That's about right.

I've had a megane, not the rs but a megane all the same. Couldn't spend more than an hour a time in it without being in agony. So unless they've moved the physical position of the seat, the pedals and the wheel it would be a similar story in the rs.

Standard wheels on the golf are awful, that's why I ordered it with the 19s and the dynamic chassis control. Everyone I know (and that's a real critical bunch) loves the car, the subtle styling and especially the wheels, the double U headlights and the super smoked tail lights.

I can also reach the sat nav too without having to undo my seat belt X)

If the golf is so boring and bland.. then why does it win every group test going for the last two years, with only the new focus rs giving it any hint of competition?

I mean, who wouldn't want 275 horses just through the front wheels!

Enjoy your plastic toy (_;)
jrw
mantamagic
jrw
mantamagic
jrw
Jobbybreath
60mph at constant speed making 40mpg.
And you think you'll see 35mpg mixed driving when it's run in?
Not on your nelly - 30mpg mixed and 35 on a run is what you'll get. Under 30 if you're not leaving town.
Just seen 35 mpg actually doing a 70 mile round trip in traffic and mix of motorways, 30, 40, 50, 60 roads. 400 miles in now.
So in short, yes I will, quite easily
Evo mag said the trip computer was lying. Trip computer tells you what you want to think it's doing MPG wise, but in reality it's 10% worse. So 30mpg on round trip ain't that great. I would be interested to see what the new Focus RS does mpg wise, that would be the car to go for lease wise at the moment. I own my car, so got to keep it for a while longer. I had a Megane RS before this one which got written off, so great I had to have another one. You got to have the leather Recaro's though, best seats ever in a road car!
as I said in a previous comment, I compared it on my first fill up and it was pretty much spot on with the trip computer.
Don't believe everything you read. No manufacturers cars in magazine long term drivers ever get near their mpg figures, as I said before, they have different drivers, probably normal fuel and are usually full of equipment as they are usually kit cars for the main event photoshoots they do. Also most of them spend their time in London sitting in traffic.
As i also said, look at fuelly if you want proper figures.
Seems like somebody is lying.
This post seems to show a Golf R only doing 25mpg out of several tank fills.http://www.vwroc.com/forums/topic/13113-how-much-to-fill-a-tank-and-how-far/page-2
I'm bored with this game now.
Go check out this rant by Richard Hammond on the Megane 275 Trophy.
He even makes this comment at the end :
Volkswagen Golf R: Delivers plenty of performance thanks to 300bhp but can’t match the Renault for thrills. £29,990 http://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/motoring/car-reviews/renaultsport-megane-review-richard-hammond-4087758
Yeah must be the calibrated Tesco Momentum pump at my local garage lying to me oO
Beyond boring.. Have had a Megane, I know what they are like and how appalling they are. Guessing you have had both to comment...oh no, forgot, just a keyboard warrior quote magazine and tabloid articles instead of going out and driving one....Or just rely on actual real life figures:http://www.fuelly.com/car/volkswagen/golf/2015/daveflave/391741
I can only find one british Megane RS on Fuelly and unfortunately it is from 2011:http://www.fuelly.com/car/renault/megane/2011/redbox/168880
Seriously, anyone saying a Megane RS250/260/275 is apalling has never owned one or even driven one.
So that makes you a lying son of a bitch.
No other car has won best hot hatch 5 years in a row. It looks great, drives great and is reliable.
Enjoy your boring Golf R, could have been so good. Shame about the wheels, headlamps, tailights, styling, or lack of should I say. I use to be Mr Average, but then I realised I wanted the best handling hot hatch. I loved the look of the Astra VXR GTC, but knew it handled poorly and did not put the power down. Once I had driven a Megane, that's it I was sold. Just like the time I went to look at a Boxster. Don't do bland anymore, which is why my next car will probably be a Cayman S.

Edited By: mantamagic on Mar 29, 2016 00:27
mantamagic
jrw
mantamagic
jrw
Jobbybreath
60mph at constant speed making 40mpg.
And you think you'll see 35mpg mixed driving when it's run in?
Not on your nelly - 30mpg mixed and 35 on a run is what you'll get. Under 30 if you're not leaving town.
Just seen 35 mpg actually doing a 70 mile round trip in traffic and mix of motorways, 30, 40, 50, 60 roads. 400 miles in now.
So in short, yes I will, quite easily
Evo mag said the trip computer was lying. Trip computer tells you what you want to think it's doing MPG wise, but in reality it's 10% worse. So 30mpg on round trip ain't that great. I would be interested to see what the new Focus RS does mpg wise, that would be the car to go for lease wise at the moment. I own my car, so got to keep it for a while longer. I had a Megane RS before this one which got written off, so great I had to have another one. You got to have the leather Recaro's though, best seats ever in a road car!
as I said in a previous comment, I compared it on my first fill up and it was pretty much spot on with the trip computer.
Don't believe everything you read. No manufacturers cars in magazine long term drivers ever get near their mpg figures, as I said before, they have different drivers, probably normal fuel and are usually full of equipment as they are usually kit cars for the main event photoshoots they do. Also most of them spend their time in London sitting in traffic.
As i also said, look at fuelly if you want proper figures.
Seems like somebody is lying.
This post seems to show a Golf R only doing 25mpg out of several tank fills.http://www.vwroc.com/forums/topic/13113-how-much-to-fill-a-tank-and-how-far/page-2
I'm bored with this game now.
Go check out this rant by Richard Hammond on the Megane 275 Trophy.
He even makes this comment at the end :
Volkswagen Golf R: Delivers plenty of performance thanks to 300bhp but can’t match the Renault for thrills. £29,990 http://www.mirror.co.uk/lifestyle/motoring/car-reviews/renaultsport-megane-review-richard-hammond-4087758

Yeah must be the calibrated Tesco Momentum pump at my local garage lying to me oO

Beyond boring.. Have had a Megane, I know what they are like and how appalling they are. Guessing you have had both to comment...oh no, forgot, just a keyboard warrior quote magazine and tabloid articles instead of going out and driving one....Or just rely on actual real life figures:

http://www.fuelly.com/car/volkswagen/golf/2015/daveflave/391741

I can only find one british Megane RS on Fuelly and unfortunately it is from 2011:
http://www.fuelly.com/car/renault/megane/2011/redbox/168880




Edited By: jrw on Mar 28, 2016 23:53
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SEAT Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.2 TSI FR £116pm 4 years = £6,328.00 @ Gateway2Lease

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Seems like a pretty good deal for anyone looking for a cheap car. £116pm over 48 months on a LEASE. 8k miles a year, £696 deposit plus a £180 admin fee, works out at a total of £6,328 over 4 years… Read More
Seems like a pretty good deal for anyone looking for a cheap car. £116pm over 48 months on a LEASE. 8k miles a year, £696 deposit plus a £180 admin fee, works out at a total of £6,328 over 4 years…
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4 years is too long for a lease. Too much wear and tear and you lose the benefits of no MOT and warranties. Far better deals out there. Like a nice Kadjar, eh? ;-)
Sliwka
That's first lease deal which I will give heat. Nice car for not a big money in 4 years time.

I'm not sure you've entirely understood what a lease deal is... You give the car back in 4 years, you don't own it!
BigG93
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Joe90_guy
Negotiated a new 16-plate Hyundai i10 Premium Automatic for my daughter at the weekend for £10,100. Didn't think this was too bad a price...
But then you paid 10k for a i10 Hyundai ....
Or you could say I paid £3,772 extra for the privilege of driving a car beyond year 4 and having unlimited mileage...
But then it's still 10k spend on a 10i ;)

...which would then be worth £3K or so. How long do you keep your car for then? Run it into the ground and pay for all the repairs needed? Risk having it break down as it gets older? At some point you need money for the next car... so you're just having more years driving an older car for not much less money as it still costs you after you've paid off the finance as it's still depreciating.
KentishLad
I've had lease cars since 2002. Getting them MOTd isn't an issue, it's often cheaper to pay 1000-5000 excess miles than adding it to the lease. They're only interested in damage, not wear and tear - car park dings on the doors are the worst.

Having a car for 4 years and car park dings not being classed as fair wear and tear is a joke. Do they expect you to hand it back in as new condition.
I've had lease cars since 2002. Getting them MOTd isn't an issue, it's often cheaper to pay 1000-5000 excess miles than adding it to the lease. They're only interested in damage, not wear and tear - car park dings on the doors are the worst.
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