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AUDI A5 2.0 TDI 150 S LINE 2DR [NAV] CONVERTIBLE LEASE 48 Months £14,853.00 @ Lease Your Next Car

Various deposit choices but all add up to around £15k for 4 years motoring in a car that has most bases covered which should be relatively trouble free and cheap (cambelt not needed during the chosen
tattertatter Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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New shape A5 is due out pretty soon, might get a better pcp deal from a dealer if you shop around, manufacturers usually offer a good sized deposit contribution on run out models

Q2 2017 for the a5 sportsback the convertible might be later in the year who knows.
New shape A5 is due out pretty soon, might get a better pcp deal from a dealer if you shop around, manufacturers usually offer a good sized deposit contribution on run out models
Voting Sexy errr sorry HOT because she's sexy, personally wouldn't go for a convertible but realistically wouldn't spend this sort of money on a car not new or lease. But as cars go well I might of said this before SEXY SEXY SEXY Automobile & I luuuuuv it!!! Am adding heat, not for the deal but for Sexyniss. Hate me if you like & I know UKHD is for deals & not Sexyniss. So it's Hot Hot Hot for me. ;) :P ;)

Heat for the new website (UKHD) and new word (Sexyniss). Reassurance that things could always be worse.
15k for a 150bhp a5 oOX)
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Why is the business plan 199.99 excluding VAT yet the personal price is 298 when vat is charged at 20% am i missing something here or should the personal price be 239.99?
I think that's a great price personally
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Inc VAT is £2682 initial payment followed by 23x£298
This is cheaper.....
Yes it is , but do you think it's worth it ?
The jag XF is a better lease deal imo. Otherwise if cash go for the a6 deal
. Can you put a link up for the jaguar
As the one I found was expired

JAGUAR XF 2.2d [163] Luxury 4dr Auto - Lease £15,370.00 @ Leaseyournextcar

Pretty good lease price for this Car £290 per month including VAT. ..based on a 6+47 payment plan; a 6 month initial payment of £1740 followed by a further 47 payments of 290, with an allowance of Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago19 Comments
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I just bought one Last week and its lot cheaper to buy than lease in my opinion. I got nearly 4.5k discount on my car plus they contributed £1200 deposit on Finance which is again very competitive (4.9% APR) and your monthly payment depends on your deposit you are ready to put down. Also, Jaguar are currently giving 3 Years free Service and lifetime MOT which I got on my car.
10,000 miles pa and no maintenance... :{
keep it save in garage and you will be fine.
The point is, you'll be expected to service that perfectly, probably at a Jag dealer, and you'll also have to keep it on the same rubber. There are a lot of extra cost in that over 4 years, not just the headline numbers. If you want to do something over that length of time get Maintenance included imo.

I do like the cars though, very nice, and good pricing.

Edited By: TH3R4POR on May 02, 2014 17:43
Mrs Windsor and I were talking, only the other day, about how jolly spiffing Jaguars are for running over peasants in... pheasants in. I said pheasants.
Inb4 Audi/BMW fanboys

Cool. You beat them... did you actually want to say anything to them?

(Sorry, don't take it personally. Fanboys are bad, but all this 'in before' rubbish that actually isn't any kind of comment is almost as bad. It's a pet hate of mine.)

Edited By: PurplePerson on May 02, 2014 16:16
The basic model feels cheap and tacky. The luxury ones and especially the premium luxury ones are proper what these cars are meant to be.
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SEAT Ibiza 1.4 SE 3dr PCH 3+23, 10k miles/yr inc. maintenance £151/month inc. VAT @ Lease your next car £3,926.00

Having missed out on the Nissan Juke deal posted on here a couple of months ago I was looking into buying my next car on PCH. I came across this, as I was looking for something which was cheaper t…
orgfilao Avatar2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago70 Comments
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is this really a good deal? I bought a polo (second hand) for 1500 and been running no problem for 2years, though I did pay 500 for MOT... really don't see how this car is any better...

Some people prefer a new car??

Just like some people prefer the latest Apple iThing and others a <£100 supermarket tablet. Different options for different people.

Refer to the post earlier:

It should be made very clear for the idiots:-

This deal is only good if you're looking to buy a Seat Ibiza 1.4 SE.

If not, there are a lot of other ways to spend £4k over 2 years on 2nd market :)

No I understand that obviously if you want this car (new), but I meant that the deal itself, as in if you want this specific car, doesn't seem that good to me, but I'm no expert on leasing...
Would like to know if anyone signed up at the original price now that its jumped up in cost?
10k mileage allowance per year ?? Bloody hell? You'd be better off taking all it's 4 tyres off, and placing it on some bricks on your driveway,
Do you know what the penalty is? 15k is better to take 10k deal and the guess 6p per mile penalty.
Anyone provide a leasing deal for a BMW (not that I class a BMW 1 series as a good car) . I have had the 1.4 se Ibiza and it was a decent car. I now have the 1.6 TDI and the performance is much better but the price was £20 more than this although it will long have expired.
oh wait - I know why I never saw BMW's e.t.c. - I was only looking at 5 doors.

Not many do SEAT because SEAT don't allow the finance through (fake) personal businesses. TSB do finance for them and value the car higher than SEAT so that is why maintainance is such a good deal with these.
Think Tilsun group often do decent deals, not that I am recommending anyone to use them.
Do you actually own the car out right after two years?

Thats what always confuses me too.

No. You give it back

Seriously? How could you possibly own the vehicle outright after paying out less than £4k??!!
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