Golf R TSI 300bhp Personal Lease - £178.79/month inc. VAT £6692.17 @ centralvehicleleasing - HotUKDeals
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Stunning deal for a lease. £2400 deposit + £180 fee.

With deposit and fee works out at £6,692.17 over two years. Absolute bargain for a car of this calibre.

You can also spec it with a DSG and the price is £209 inc. VAT which is also great.

Excess mileage is 7p/mile so if you go over the 10,000 allowance then you will be charged the excess.

Enjoy!

Admin fee has increased to £199+VAT so:

£2400 + (23 x 178.79) + £239.99 = 6752.16

The National Vehicle Solutions deal is now cheaper at £6,691

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vw-golf-5dr-2-0-tsi-r-personal-lease-24-month-10000mpa-nvs-2013686

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The old saying is that you should buy expensive things that appreciate in value, and rent expensive stuff that depreciates in value.

Buy a house, even if it's hard, because it'll only be worth a lot more in 25 years when you finally paid for it. Lease a new car if you want a new one, because it'll cost you a fortune in depreciation in just 3 years if you buy one.

Me personally, I prefer to own a car, and a second hand one because someone else has taken the biggest hit. If I was a mega millionaire I would probably own second hand cars too anyway. Can't get new F40s any more.
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As usual with leasing deals:
- the "deposit" is an initial payment, no, you will not get it back
- road tax is included in the price, (you don't pay any)
- you have to arrange your own insurance just like with any other car
- you should look into getting gap insurance (important if car is written off)
- maintenance is extra (usually about £10 a month for a fully maintained)
- you get free breakdown cover
- you will not own the car. You hand it back at the end of the contract, fair wear and tear is accepted.
An approximate guide here: http://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/car-leasing-guide/wear-and-tear-guide.php
Another one here, based on BVRLA standard (industry guidelines): http://www.knowlesfleet.co.uk/Documents/FWT/lexFWT.pdf
Another very helpful link, DIY LEase Return Inspections: http://www.clean-image.co.uk/leasing/lease-return-vehicle-inspections.htm






Edited By: MaximusRo on Oct 02, 2014 10:00: a
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Didcotdealfinder
Not a good deal for me. I prefer to pay for something and own it rather than keep paying out and never own the car. Depreciation is only something to worry about if your not planning on keeping your car very long. I finished paying my car off 3 years ago, it's not worth anywhere near what I paid for it, but that's 1 less DD each month and I'm planning on keeping it for as long as it keeps going. Still in good working order so no reason to change it

Ok put it this way, if you don't have £30K or thereabouts you can't buy this car, many people buy another car and have to finance it meaning monthly payments anyway and for example they might be buying a £10K car let's say a bog standard Fiesta, they're decent enough cars, but they aren't this car. In life most of us are paying out monthly to own things, to pay £5-£6K to use this car for 2 years is no different in essence to paying for 3-4 years to own the Fiesta, the Fiesta in 3-4 years time, might be worth £5K or less. It really depends if you're bothered about owning a vehicle and keeping it for a longer period of time or having a car which might be usually out of your spending bracket, which might be more fun to own and drive.

There's nothing wrong with buying and owning a car, there's nothing wrong with wanting to drive a new powerful car. It's up to each person to decide. Most cars you'll lose money on unless you buy a classic that might appreciate in value in the future, it's not easy to read the market and the return on your investment could be slow and painful. So if you buy the Fiesta you'll lose money but you'll own it and it will have a certain value. This car I think for many people is about being able to drive something they might not consider due to the capital required to afford it and also the definite larger loss of capital.

It's easy to say because I don't have the capital that I wouldn't spend £30K on a car, if I was richer I most likely would but it wouldn't be this car. However I would consider this car now it's available at this price for personal use. Each to their own, judge less, live more :)

I quite like the Golf, I've had a MK5 and now I have a MK6, the MK7 is supposed to be another level above those cars. My MK6 is worth about £7 it's only done 23K miles, I could sell it and get this or I could keep it for a few more years. One of those decisions, should I or shouldn't I. Up to me to decide.

0-60 in around 5 seconds, is more than fast enough for most people. I've been in a Ferrari 360 and whilst that's not the fastest car out there, I totally **** a brick when it accelerated hard.


Edited By: fishmaster on Oct 01, 2014 23:30: <>
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do I want it...yes
do I need it...no
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r3tract
marmaluke
Collecting this morning. Will let everyone know when it turns out to be a 1.0 Polo.
Given that marmaluke has not reported back yet I'm guessing either:
A) It is in fact a Polo 1.0
B) they're on their 5th tank of super unleaded and still driving around
C) they've managed to slide it into a ditch already and are too embarrassed to come on here and tell everyone. :)

It's Amazing!!!! Absolutely love it! B and C are both not far from the truth!

http://imageshack.com/a/img540/8831/wcUfSv.jpg

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3 Likes #1
Inb4 the "you don't own the car at the end" comments. No $h!+ Sherlock. I'd rather get a lease at this price than pay the depreciation over the two years.
1 Like #2
Wow that's hot

The golf is just a tad small for my needs but this is going to be epic fun.
#3
Really tempted to get one as a third car at this price. But that would just be greedy! :)
1 Like #4
5 door plus DSG for not a lot more!
#5
Flipping stonking deal. Have sent an email requesting further info re delivery etc. V tempted at this price
1 Like #6
The nearly new car market will be flooded with all these great cars in 2 years time when the keys are handed back at end of lease.
3 Likes #7
That's a hefty down payment!
#8
that's definitely cheaper than the depreciation
7 Likes #9
do I want it...yes
do I need it...no
#10
Amazing deal, considering the slower DSG GTI is priced at almost double this!
1 Like #11
Another amazing golf r deal especially as the five door dog isn't much more
#12
hooray henry
The nearly new car market will be flooded with all these great cars in 2 years time when the keys are handed back at end of lease.


Very yrue
#13
Very true
#14
Cracking find! I've got the current S3 with same engine and paying a lot more. You'll love it! Just get one!8)
#15
What about the note at the bottom of the page:

(All prices exclude VAT.
Please be aware that prices may vary from those displayed)
#16
Minifreak
What about the note at the bottom of the page:

(All prices exclude VAT.
Please be aware that prices may vary from those displayed)

It's a standard disclaimer you'll find on the majority of leasing sites - and indeed on websites selling goods of all variety.
#17
10,000 miles a year allowance. I'm guessing leasing isn't a good option if you do high mileage?
#18
riskyb
10,000 miles a year allowance. I'm guessing leasing isn't a good option if you do high mileage?

It depends on the excess mileage charges. Typically they vary between 3p and 10p per excess mile so between £300-£1000 per annum extra for doing 10,000 miles more than the allowance. I would suggest this isn't a great car anyway for high mileage as the fuel consumption will be pretty terrible even on a motorway.
#19
Anybody think that this could be a misprice? Changing the mileage to 15k shoots the price up to £407.74 plus VAT. I sense that this could well be a misprice. Huge shame if it is, at this price this car is amazing value for money. Heat from me.

Edited By: funkfresh on Oct 01, 2014 21:26
#20
Cracking price for personal lease. Gotta be the dsg and 5 door, think it looks better than the 3 door too.
#21
funkfresh
Anybody think that this could be a misprice? Changing the mileage to shoots the price up to £407.74 plus VAT. I sense that this could well be a misprice. Huge shame if it is, at this price this car is amazing value for money. Heat from me.

These charge 7p / mile if you go over limit. So 10000 extra will be £700
#22
jaydeeuk1
funkfresh
Anybody think that this could be a misprice? Changing the mileage to shoots the price up to £407.74 plus VAT. I sense that this could well be a misprice. Huge shame if it is, at this price this car is amazing value for money. Heat from me.

These charge 7p / mile if you go over limit. So 10000 extra will be £700

Thanks for the info. Will add to OP.
#23
jaydeeuk1
funkfresh
Anybody think that this could be a misprice? Changing the mileage to shoots the price up to £407.74 plus VAT. I sense that this could well be a misprice. Huge shame if it is, at this price this car is amazing value for money. Heat from me.

These charge 7p / mile if you go over limit. So 10000 extra will be £700

I mean the monthly price. Click onto the link and change the deal from 10k a year to 15k and it's now 407.74 + VAT. So I think this could be a misprice.
#24
funkfresh
jaydeeuk1
funkfresh
Anybody think that this could be a misprice? Changing the mileage to shoots the price up to £407.74 plus VAT. I sense that this could well be a misprice. Huge shame if it is, at this price this car is amazing value for money. Heat from me.

These charge 7p / mile if you go over limit. So 10000 extra will be £700

I mean the monthly price. Click onto the link and change the deal from 10k a year to 15k and it's now 407.74 + VAT. So I think this could be a misprice.

The business price has been floating close to this price for a while now, so it could just be that the funders are allowing personal leasers to capitalise upon the deal. I'm sure we will find out in due course. I've requested more info from a chap I've had previous contact with at this company to see if he can advise.

Edited By: r3tract on Oct 01, 2014 21:35
#25
deposit on that bad boy
#26
r3tract
funkfresh
jaydeeuk1
funkfresh
Anybody think that this could be a misprice? Changing the mileage to shoots the price up to £407.74 plus VAT. I sense that this could well be a misprice. Huge shame if it is, at this price this car is amazing value for money. Heat from me.

These charge 7p / mile if you go over limit. So 10000 extra will be £700

I mean the monthly price. Click onto the link and change the deal from 10k a year to 15k and it's now 407.74 + VAT. So I think this could be a misprice.

The business price has been floating close to this price for a while now, so it could just be that the funders are allowing personal leasers to capitalise upon the deal. I'm sure we will find out in due course. I've requested more info from a chap I've had previous contact with at this company to see if he can advise.

Great thanks for the info R3tract, I look forward to hearing what happens. Really hope it's the actual price!!
2 Likes #27
Buy a 4 year old decent car for about 8-10K pay only for fuel and service then sell after 2 years. Repeat and save money
#28
That is a great price for this car, i'd have this in a heartbeat if my current car was near the end of the finance agreement
#29
Im glad the focus st deal has finished, i'd have been gutted ordering that and then seeing this.

I was going to get a hybrid like a CT and be all sensible now i'm a family man... i just can't do it.
#30
Anyone with experience of ordering these leases car .. what sort of volume are these guys likely to have?

Do they take the cost of any options and spread that over the term?
#31
Thats seriously ridiculously cheap....

Am so tempted with this...
#32
Great price for a powerful car but decent fuel economy will be non-existant.
#33
Ta OP.
1 Like #34
jaydeeuk1
Im glad the focus st deal has finished, i'd have been gutted ordering that and then seeing this.

I was going to get a hybrid like a CT and be all sensible now i'm a family man... i just can't do it.


Lol same boat as me. I bought an s3 when really I should be boring and buy a people carrier or estate... No chance
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Pete_1001
Buy a 4 year old decent car for about 8-10K pay only for fuel and service then sell after 2 years. Repeat and save money

Repairs, higher tax, worse fuel economy, higher insurance
#36
Pete_1001
Buy a 4 year old decent car for about 8-10K pay only for fuel and service then sell after 2 years. Repeat and save money

Plus you don't have to worry about any bumps and scratches caused by idiots in car parks, or even narrow county road bushes. Closing your car door on your seatbelt clip. Spilling a drink or food on your seat. You have to repair it before returning the car, otherwise you'll get stung with an overpriced repair bill. They expect you to return it 'as new'

I suspect this price is an error, so don't get your hopes up.
#37
PraxxtorCruel
Great price for a powerful car but decent fuel economy will be non-existant.

Lol, you don't buy a performance car for its economy. However if you drive like a nun over 40mpg is achievable, 35 mpg use is more realistic
#38
No they don't expect it as new, we have a very detailed explanation booklet with our golf saying what they will and won't accept.
1 Like #39
jbmnic
Cracking find! I've got the current S3 with same engine and paying a lot more. You'll love it! Just get one!8)


Same here. Prefer my s3 but both cars are great. If I didn't have the s3 I'd defo gone got this
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royals
Pete_1001
Buy a 4 year old decent car for about 8-10K pay only for fuel and service then sell after 2 years. Repeat and save money
Repairs, higher tax, worse fuel economy, higher insurance

I think you do have to pay for repairs and higher fuel economy? nah not really. It's purely the novelty of driving a new car which to be honest you'd never buy anyway given how much you loose driving it off the forecourt.

Each to their own but it's not a hot deal for me

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