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Jaguar XE and XF - around 22% discount at Drive The Deal - £29,200.00

£29200.00 @ Drive the Deal
If the Focus deal posted earlier doesn't appeal, how about a Jag? Drive the Deal have a good discount on the XE and XF models, around 22% discount available across the range. Sadly not available on … Read More
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1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago
If the Focus deal posted earlier doesn't appeal, how about a Jag?

Drive the Deal have a good discount on the XE and XF models, around 22% discount available across the range. Sadly not available on the F Type!

I have just ordered a £37500 XF for £29200. Factory order, September delivery.

I think that the usual finance options are available (I'm doing a cash deal as I'm old fashioned and have saved up!).

They told me its a limited offer, both in time and number of cars available, and it is through a Jaguar dealer based in the South of England.
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1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago
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1 Like #1
Have some heat, good deal. Drove the XE when it came out was impressed.
#2
What spec are they ?
#3
englands28
What spec are they ?
Seems to be across the range, so whatever spec you want. Have a play on the website!
#4
How's this compare to the early £299 PCP OR PCH deals?
#5
Is this one of the deals that depends on taking finance?
1 Like #6
terencetcf
How's this compare to the early £299 PCP OR PCH deals?
Depends on how much you think it will be worth in 2 years after sales costs - if you think more than £22k this is better - if not go with the lease.
#7
Auto trader has 65 and 15 plates for XF at £22k so if you are low mileage the lease is definitely better. In my opinion.

Edited By: scottishpunter on Jul 14, 2017 10:37
#8
What was the spec you ordered for £29,200? Also what options did you select please?
1 Like #9
Uncommon.Sense
What was the spec you ordered for £29,200? Also what options did you select please?
XF 2.0i prestige petrol with metallic, heated windscreen, split rear seat, parking pack and spare wheel. £37485 list. £29200.10 discounted.
#10
scottishpunter
Auto trader has 65 and 15 plates for XF at £22k so if you are low mileage the lease is definitely better. In my opinion.

Even some of the 4 year lease options look favourable compared to those barley used prices, looking at the new shape 2014 models with less than 25,000 miles on them dealer prices are coming in at less than £17,000. So that's a 12,000 loss if you very miles over 3 years, and if you keep it a year longer I'd imagine it'll drop another couple of grand as it goes in to MOT territory.

4 years lease, with 40,000 miles over the term, is going to cost you £16,000-17,500 leaving you with £12k in the bank/investments, and at the higher price end you could go fully maintained, so no costs at all other than that.

On the face of it, this deal looks like a good saving, but it's not the best deal for this type of car if you do average miles.
1 Like #11
aforumac
Is this one of the deals that depends on taking finance?
No. There's no finance deposit allowance in the pricing. I'm doing a cash deal.
#12
mahatma_andy
Uncommon.Sense
What was the spec you ordered for £29,200? Also what options did you select please?
XF 2.0i prestige petrol with metallic, heated windscreen, split rear seat, parking pack and spare wheel. £37485 list. £29200.10 discounted.

Thanks, just comparing to the Carwow quotes I got the other week, still not sure about getting a new XF, now that I've seen the second hand prices, might buy nearly new instead, and save another 4-6k. :)

Oh, I assume you test drove one of these?

Edited By: Uncommon.Sense on Jul 14, 2017 11:08
#13
Uncommon.Sense
mahatma_andy
Uncommon.Sense
What was the spec you ordered for £29,200? Also what options did you select please?
XF 2.0i prestige petrol with metallic, heated windscreen, split rear seat, parking pack and spare wheel. £37485 list. £29200.10 discounted.
Thanks, just comparing to the Carwow quotes I got the other week, still not sure about getting a new XF, now that I've seen the second hand prices, might buy nearly new instead, and save another 4-6k. :)
Oh, I assume you test drove one of these?


Remember the lease deals are for R Sport not the Prestige model.

However when I added the Heated Screen, the parking pack with camera, and the folding auto dimming mirrors this rose to £379.

Edited By: scottishpunter on Jul 14, 2017 11:41: spell
#14
Uncommon.Sense
[quote=mahatma_andy][quote=Uncommon.Sense]
Oh, I assume you test drove one of these?
I test drove both the XE and XF. Liked both of them but the XE is just a bit cramped in the back.
#15
scottishpunter
Uncommon.Sense
mahatma_andy
Uncommon.Sense
What was the spec you ordered for £29,200? Also what options did you select please?
XF 2.0i prestige petrol with metallic, heated windscreen, split rear seat, parking pack and spare wheel. £37485 list. £29200.10 discounted.
Thanks, just comparing to the Carwow quotes I got the other week, still not sure about getting a new XF, now that I've seen the second hand prices, might buy nearly new instead, and save another 4-6k. :)
Oh, I assume you test drove one of these?
Remember the lease deals are for R Sport not the Prestige model.
However when I added the Heated Screen, the parking pack with camera, and the holding auto dimming mirrors this rose to £379.

Yeah, it's a minefield of extra's with Jag's which is why the Mrs ended up with a Merc instead, since a lot of it is already on there, and you can just add the Premium or Premium Plus pack if you want all the gadgets and gizmo's.
#16
terencetcf
How's this compare to the early £299 PCP OR PCH deals?

Research it yourself and post back letting others know. (annoyed)
1 Like #17
Just had a look and the lease deal I got has gone, but saw this if you are really serious about this car worth considering - 66 Plate Jaguar XF R-Sport - Low Mileage Ex-Management Service Pack from £23,000.

https://www.petervardy.com/jaguar/offer/66-plate-jaguar-xf-r-sport
#18
Superb cars. I miss my XF.
#19
Beautiful car. Hate being neighbours with the guy who owns one next to me... wakes me up at 6AM with GRUUUUUUU from the exhaust. Still, lovely car.
#20
mahatma_andy

If the Focus deal posted earlier doesn't appeal, how about a Jag?Drive the Deal have a good discount on the XE and XF models, around 22% discount available across the range. Sadly not available on the F Type!I have just ordered a £37500 XF for £29200. Factory order, September delivery.I think that the usual finance options are available (I'm doing a cash deal as I'm old fashioned and have saved up!).They told me its a limited offer, both in time and number of cars available, and it is through a Jaguar dealer based in the South of England.

Hi, I am in the south east of England too can you tell me the dealership please?

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