Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe E200 AMG Line Edition 2dr 7G-Tronic [2017] lease £6600 selectcarleasing - HotUKDeals
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Mercedes-Benz E Class Coupe E200 AMG Line Edition 2dr 7G-Tronic [2017] lease £6,600.00 selectcarleasing

£6600.00 @ Select Car Leasing
Seems like a really good deal for a £45k car. Starts from £199 for 5k miles which of course to some isn't enough but 10k is only an extra £50 it seems. Initial payment of 9 months so £1799 so tota… Read More
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6m, 16h agoFound 6 months, 16 hours ago
Seems like a really good deal for a £45k car.

Starts from £199 for 5k miles which of course to some isn't enough but 10k is only an extra £50 it seems.
Initial payment of 9 months so £1799 so total is around £6600

I have used this place for my current car and haven't had any issues with them.
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1 Like #1
erm... Initial Payment: £1,799.82 inc VAT
1 Like #2
Ideally with pcp pease incude total price including fees over the term. Thanks
1 Like #3
m1chaels
Ideally with pcp pease incude total price including fees over the term. Thanks


PCP and Lease are two different things. PCP is ownership. Lease (Contract Hire) is non ownership. But yes, they should post all the costs :)
1 Like #4
Not such a great deal at 10000 miles per annum
1 Like #5
great deal looking for something a bit faster for me but very hot still
3 Likes #6
This isn't such a bad deal but you'd need to know the excess ppm before going for it, as 5000miles is pretty low - more than likely to overshoot it! Sometimes its cheaper to go with low mileage and pay the excess as opposed to the higher mileage (i.e. 5000 miles at 10ppm (inc VAT) is £500 over 12 months, as opposed to £600 over 12 months when choosing 10k miles (at £50/month more)).

Additionally, you may want to order a new car/lease now, and collect before April 2017 as the new VED's will mean lease prices will go up for cars over £40k. I estimate the equivalent lease in 6 months time will be roughly £30-40/month more.

Edited By: roshambo on Nov 25, 2016 13:48
1 Like #7
ukscoob1
m1chaels
Ideally with pcp pease incude total price including fees over the term. Thanks


PCP and Lease are two different things. PCP is ownership. Lease (Contract Hire) is non ownership. But yes, they should post all the costs :)


There's a link, it's not that different to click and work out the option best for you so no point working out all the details just to be slated for just posting the basic overview.
1 Like #8
Manufacturer OTR£38,630.00 - not quite a 45k car
#9
Good deal, there's a new model out early next year though
#10
quality price, boring engine though. Heat added
#11
Nice looking car
1 Like #12
Excellent find, OP. My Golf R deal is up in March. This would make a nice replacement.
#13
I called up and they didn't have any stock.....
1 Like #14
Does the £30 AMEX discount apply to this one?
#15
gary_rip
erm... Initial Payment: £1,799.82 inc VAT

Which is why it's important to have GAP insurance when taking out a lease deal.
#16
S8NDO
Not such a great deal at 10000 miles per annum

Your comment shows you have zero clue about lease deals and their respective pricing.
#17
makeseverythingup
Excellent find, OP. My Golf R deal is up in March. This would make a nice replacement.

Well you'd definitely notice this car having less power than the Golf R, depends what you're looking for. This car probably has more toys and luxury than the Golf R.
#18
told they had all been sold!
1 Like #19
V ugly car tho ain't it
1 Like #20
Mr No
The E200 is a dud, same economy as the E220 but with 40 BHP less.


E220 is 170bhp diesel the E200 is 181bhp petrol??
#21
I've got effectively the same car (trim etc) in the C Class, C250. All I would say is test drive it before committing. The interior is nice but the handling is appalling. The benefit of mine is being the 250 it fast in a straight line - you havent got this benefit on this car!

Good deal but I wouldnt go with a rear wheel drive AMG trim again.

Edited By: MrShed on Nov 25, 2016 17:54
1 Like #22
Stop being so but hurt. It's my opinion that's it's not a good deal
fishmaster
S8NDO
Not such a great deal at 10000 miles per annum
Your comment shows you have zero clue about lease deals and their respective pricing.
#23
yep my local lease company. seem a decent bunch
#24
saw this early this morning. amazing deal. not bad looking car. awful to drive though
#25
S8NDO
Stop being so but hurt. It's my opinion that's it's not a good deal
fishmaster
S8NDO
Not such a great deal at 10000 miles per annum
Your comment shows you have zero clue about lease deals and their respective pricing.
Factual statement <> being hurt.
1 Like #26
fishmaster
gary_rip
erm... Initial Payment: £1,799.82 inc VAT
Which is why it's important to have GAP insurance when taking out a lease deal.
You sure GAP insurance covers the deposit... I am not.
1 Like #27
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fishmaster
gary_rip
erm... Initial Payment: £1,799.82 inc VAT
Which is why it's important to have GAP insurance when taking out a lease deal.

That's not the point, with large up front payments if it gets nicked or totalled in the first couple of months you'll be massively out of pocket, even if you Gap insurance sees the finance company right. Better to go for 3+23 if there's minimal amortised difference.
#28
sallyforth
V ugly car tho ain't it
I love it
#29
foxrocks
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fishmaster
gary_rip
erm... Initial Payment: £1,799.82 inc VAT
Which is why it's important to have GAP insurance when taking out a lease deal.
That's not the point, with large up front payments if it gets nicked or totalled in the first couple of months you'll be massively out of pocket, even if you Gap insurance sees the finance company right. Better to go for 3+23 if there's minimal amortised difference.

Wow. Never thought of that one. I thought theyd replace the car for you.
#30
montana78
foxrocks
25
fishmaster
gary_rip
erm... Initial Payment: £1,799.82 inc VAT
Which is why it's important to have GAP insurance when taking out a lease deal.
That's not the point, with large up front payments if it gets nicked or totalled in the first couple of months you'll be massively out of pocket, even if you Gap insurance sees the finance company right. Better to go for 3+23 if there's minimal amortised difference.

Wow. Never thought of that one. I thought theyd replace the car for you.


Only if you get vehicle replacement GAP. RTI (Return To Invoice) GAP will just settle the finance and more than likely there'll be no financial penalty aside from your vehicle insurance premium increases.
#31
Great deal on a very nice car. I have a 2012 e350 diesel coupe on 35k miles. Reliability has been outstanding, very comfy on long motorway drives. The new petrol models look great as they're becoming so efficient whilst maintaining good levels of performance.
#32
It is a nice vehicle, however if you increase the mileage to 10.000, total two year comes to about £8000 for personal or £6700 for Business. For £8000 for a two year period there are a lot of nice leasing deals out there.
For a large heavy car like an E class I would prefer more than a 2 litre engine with 184 horsepower, as well as four doors. If you just want to cruise around comfortably and do not transport that many individuals its a good deal.
However if you enjoy putting your foot down every now and again this is not for you...
#33
Just to confirm this is now sold out - just spoke to a dealer on the phone from select car leasing. Great deal though.
#34
Expire
#35
roshambo
This isn't such a bad deal but you'd need to know the excess ppm before going for it, as 5000miles is pretty low - more than likely to overshoot it! Sometimes its cheaper to go with low mileage and pay the excess as opposed to the higher mileage (i.e. 5000 miles at 10ppm (inc VAT) is £500 over 12 months, as opposed to £600 over 12 months when choosing 10k miles (at £50/month more)).

Additionally, you may want to order a new car/lease now, and collect before April 2017 as the new VED's will mean lease prices will go up for cars over £40k. I estimate the equivalent lease in 6 months time will be roughly £30-40/month more.


So the leasing companies normally pay for the VED so the increase they'll pass on to the consumers?
#36
wished they had one for estate model :(
#37
I had one as a courtesy car for a couple of weeks, it was rather thirsty and felt a bit slow. Diesel would be faster and more economical or if you want petrol -> e400

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