Golf GTD estate 2.0tdi 184 Manual in White 2 year lease £188.39 a month with initial of £1695.51 horizonvehicleleasing - HotUKDeals
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Golf GTD estate 2.0tdi 184 Manual in White 2 year lease £188.39 a month with initial of £1695.51 horizonvehicleleasing £6,208.48

£6208.48 @ Horizon Vehicle Leasing
Just been looking at car deals on lease and noticed this, seems to be good value for a Golf GTD. Only downside from my point of view it needs to be delivered in December to get this offer. Initial …
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Just been looking at car deals on lease and noticed this, seems to be good value for a Golf GTD. Only downside from my point of view it needs to be delivered in December to get this offer.

Initial Payment £1695.51

23 x £188.39

Broker Fee £180

it's a 2 year lease with 10,000 miles pa

Total Cost £6208.48 with all fees, so true cost £258.69 a month for a brand new Golf GTD estate doesn't seem a bad deal at all.
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#1
Seems a reasonable deal
#3


​yeah your right.... guess you could try and get the broker fee taken off, if that's possible from Horizon Vehicle Leasing then the deals cheaper still. Either company looks great value to me.
4 Likes #4
Works out around 22% of the car price (RRP), which is what I aim for (or lower) to decide if its a good deal.
Skoda yeti monte carlo DSG in another post works out around 19% of RRP, which was great deal.

I personally waiting for my Tiguan which also works out at 22% of RRP.

As over 2 years, the car would have dropped more than that, more like 40% in 2 years. (if buying new)
I think the general rule is, it's a good deal if it is less than the depreciation of whatever car you thinking of.
#5
ronzza
Works out around 22% of the car price (RRP), which is what I aim for (or lower) to decide if its a good deal.
Skoda yeti monte carlo DSG in another post works out around 19% of RRP, which was great deal.

I personally waiting for my Tiguan which also works out at 22% of RRP.

As over 2 years, the car would have dropped more than that, more like 40% in 2 years. (if buying new)
I think the general rule is, it's a good deal if it is less than the depreciation of whatever car you thinking of.


Ronzza, apologies, can you point me to the discussion on the Yeti pls? - I can't find it and my mate's lease has expired so wanted to inspire him with other options
#6
ronzza
Works out around 22% of the car price (RRP), which is what I aim for (or lower) to decide if its a good deal.
Skoda yeti monte carlo DSG in another post works out around 19% of RRP, which was great deal.
I personally waiting for my Tiguan which also works out at 22% of RRP.
As over 2 years, the car would have dropped more than that, more like 40% in 2 years. (if buying new)
I think the general rule is, it's a good deal if it is less than the depreciation of whatever car you thinking of.

Who pays RRP for cars? It is only used to work out BIK...
#7
You need to work out true monthly cost of ownership. Depreciation or leasing cost, it all comes down to £s ultimately
1 Like #8
villageidiotdan
ronzza
Works out around 22% of the car price (RRP), which is what I aim for (or lower) to decide if its a good deal.
Skoda yeti monte carlo DSG in another post works out around 19% of RRP, which was great deal.
I personally waiting for my Tiguan which also works out at 22% of RRP.
As over 2 years, the car would have dropped more than that, more like 40% in 2 years. (if buying new)
I think the general rule is, it's a good deal if it is less than the depreciation of whatever car you thinking of.
Ronzza, apologies, can you point me to the discussion on the Yeti pls? - I can't find it and my mate's lease has expired so wanted to inspire him with other options

This one but expired now
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/skoda-yeti-1-2-tsi-110-monte-carlo-dsg-personal-lease-145-15pm-24-months-8k-per-2525926
1 Like #9
m5rcc
ronzza
Works out around 22% of the car price (RRP), which is what I aim for (or lower) to decide if its a good deal.
Skoda yeti monte carlo DSG in another post works out around 19% of RRP, which was great deal.
I personally waiting for my Tiguan which also works out at 22% of RRP.
As over 2 years, the car would have dropped more than that, more like 40% in 2 years. (if buying new)
I think the general rule is, it's a good deal if it is less than the depreciation of whatever car you thinking of.
Who pays RRP for cars? It is only used to work out BIK...

I'm not saying paying RRP, its just a measuring tool to work out if the PCH was worth considering.
When buying by other means (except PCH) its true that no one really pays RRP, places like carwow/brokers etc, but then you finance it which the interests adds up.
I've not really come across a PCP deal that cost me less over the term, for eg. say a deal like this one.
Maybe someone knows there's such deal?
1 Like #10
seems a good deal

I'm interested but a bit worried that i might get stung for minor scuffs etc at the end if the deal, should i be worried about this?
2 Likes #11
Jenko75
seems a good deal

I'm interested but a bit worried that i might get stung for minor scuffs etc at the end if the deal, should i be worried about this?


No. All leases are covered under the dvlra fair wear and tear policy. It is very generous. Only things you would be getting fixed anyway if it was your own car are chargeable.
#12
bvrla is what leasing company normally work with regarding fair wear tear
7 Likes #13
Wow this is most peaceful leasing thread I've ever seen people would usually be at eachother's throats by now oO
#14
checkcanopy
Wow this is most peaceful leasing thread I've ever seen people would usually be at eachother's throats by now oO


Don't be so stupid no one is ever at anyone's throats... Until now! Ha ha.

Edited By: markymark34 on Dec 07, 2016 18:28: .
#15
Good deal - shame this wasnt available when I was looking only a last week.

Local VW dealer offered Golf 1.6tdi GT edition over 3 years and 10k/annum - worked out at roughly £240/month with low deposit.
1 Like #16
take delivery ETA 21/12 - good deal, thanks
#18
m5rcc
ronzza
Works out around 22% of the car price (RRP), which is what I aim for (or lower) to decide if its a good deal.
Skoda yeti monte carlo DSG in another post works out around 19% of RRP, which was great deal.
I personally waiting for my Tiguan which also works out at 22% of RRP.
As over 2 years, the car would have dropped more than that, more like 40% in 2 years. (if buying new)
I think the general rule is, it's a good deal if it is less than the depreciation of whatever car you thinking of.
Who pays RRP for cars? It is only used to work out BIK...
Anyone who buys a Tesla pays RRP - no discounts. There's a leaked email from Elon Musk about the subject.
#19
LOL_is_stupid
m5rcc
ronzza
Works out around 22% of the car price (RRP), which is what I aim for (or lower) to decide if its a good deal.
Skoda yeti monte carlo DSG in another post works out around 19% of RRP, which was great deal.
I personally waiting for my Tiguan which also works out at 22% of RRP.
As over 2 years, the car would have dropped more than that, more like 40% in 2 years. (if buying new)
I think the general rule is, it's a good deal if it is less than the depreciation of whatever car you thinking of.
Who pays RRP for cars? It is only used to work out BIK...
Anyone who buys a Tesla pays RRP - no discounts. There's a leaked email from Elon Musk about the subject.

Tesla who has what, a UK market share of 0.05%? Great...
#20
Any deals on the current model golfs including GTD and Rs are to clear out remaining stock or cancelled orders as they have stopped production to make room for facelift coming out in March 17!

If you want the latest facelift.. I would hold on until then! Although minor changes expected.
#21
markymark34
Jenko75
seems a good deal

I'm interested but a bit worried that i might get stung for minor scuffs etc at the end if the deal, should i be worried about this?


No. All leases are covered under the dvlra fair wear and tear policy. It is very generous. Only things you would be getting fixed anyway if it was your own car are chargeable.


​cheers mate
#22
m5rcc
LOL_is_stupid
m5rcc
ronzza
Works out around 22% of the car price (RRP), which is what I aim for (or lower) to decide if its a good deal.
Skoda yeti monte carlo DSG in another post works out around 19% of RRP, which was great deal.
I personally waiting for my Tiguan which also works out at 22% of RRP.
As over 2 years, the car would have dropped more than that, more like 40% in 2 years. (if buying new)
I think the general rule is, it's a good deal if it is less than the depreciation of whatever car you thinking of.
Who pays RRP for cars? It is only used to work out BIK...
Anyone who buys a Tesla pays RRP - no discounts. There's a leaked email from Elon Musk about the subject.
Tesla who has what, a UK market share of 0.05%? Great...
Probably less than that but it still answered your question of who pays RRP :)
#23
LOL_is_stupid
m5rcc
LOL_is_stupid
m5rcc
ronzza
Works out around 22% of the car price (RRP), which is what I aim for (or lower) to decide if its a good deal.
Skoda yeti monte carlo DSG in another post works out around 19% of RRP, which was great deal.
I personally waiting for my Tiguan which also works out at 22% of RRP.
As over 2 years, the car would have dropped more than that, more like 40% in 2 years. (if buying new)
I think the general rule is, it's a good deal if it is less than the depreciation of whatever car you thinking of.
Who pays RRP for cars? It is only used to work out BIK...
Anyone who buys a Tesla pays RRP - no discounts. There's a leaked email from Elon Musk about the subject.
Tesla who has what, a UK market share of 0.05%? Great...
Probably less than that but it still answered your question of who pays RRP :)

Not really - regardless of what Elon Musk says, if I want a fleet of Teslas, I will get a discount...
#24
It appears to be cheaper here if my maths is right. at 249.6 net per month
http://www.uchoosecontracts.co.uk/volkswagen_golf_estate_2.0_tdi_184_gtd_-_december_registration_personal

Edited By: matteava on Dec 11, 2016 11:40
#25
matteava
It appears to be cheaper here if my maths is right. at 249.6 net per monthhttp://www.uchoosecontracts.co.uk/volkswagen_golf_estate_2.0_tdi_184_gtd_-_december_registration_personal

Indeed - plenty of cheaper deals than the OPs. Why is this hot?
#26
One stonechip on the paintwork is enough of a reason for the lease company to charge you £500 to respray the front bumper when you give it back.
#27
How do you know that sm-1991?
#28
sm-1991
One stonechip on the paintwork is enough of a reason for the lease company to charge you £500 to respray the front bumper when you give it back.

Is it possible to go more than a few weeks without somebody hitting your car in a car park, when opening their doors? Somebody did it my current car on the first day I had it. For this reason I wouldn't have a lease.
#29
Why not just have the car repaired by local cheap garage for fraction of the cost.. simples!
#30
Can someone tell me if there is a 'comparison' site for lease deals? I've had a look but Google is just showing the individual companies as far as I can tell.

Grateful for any help.

Thanks
#31
0oknh
Can someone tell me if there is a 'comparison' site for lease deals? I've had a look but Google is just showing the individual companies as far as I can tell.

Grateful for any help.

Thanks


Google car hire and leasing
#32
Thanks for the reply. As I said above I have tried searching with no luck.

Looking for someone who can tell me if there is a comparison site. A link would be really helpful.

regards
#33
0oknh
Thanks for the reply. As I said above I have tried searching with no luck.
Looking for someone who can tell me if there is a comparison site. A link would be really helpful.
regards

Try HJs
#34
0oknh
Thanks for the reply. As I said above I have tried searching with no luck.

Looking for someone who can tell me if there is a comparison site. A link would be really helpful.

regards


https://www.contracthireandleasing.com
That's what I meant by my google search
Note not all deals will be on here e.g. special deals by brokers however always use it for bench mark.
#35
anyone knows about the vw tracker stages?
mine is at stage 5 'in transit' says average 3 weeks to retailer. but quite a few from other forms says it's usually less than that.
just wondered if anyone got experience with it?

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