Mercedes SLK 250 CDI AMG Sport 29 payments of £239.99 for a 2 year contract £6959.71 at Leasing Options - HotUKDeals
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Stupid cheap price for this 2-seater convertible. £36k+ list price, £29,393 on DriveTheDeal, so you are paying under 20% of list price, and under 25% of discounted, so this a is VERY cheap lease. 2 years/10,000 miles per year

0-60 6.7s. 56.5mpg.

No-cost interior choices:

black leather
black leather with red stitching
crystal grey leather
crystal grey leather with red stiching

You'll pay full retail basically for any options, so probably best to avoid, there are a couple that look important to me though

* heated seats (£431)
* air scarf (£516)

Obviously these would bump the cost of the lease up £947. You might be able to choose the air scarf without the heated seats, but I don't think they build the car with air scarf but no heated seats, so might be worth a try if you get both.

Edit: those complaining about diesel, can opt for the SLK 200 AMG petrol for around £100 more A little slower, and thirstier, and it's a manual (good/bad) http://www.yes-lease.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/mercedes-benz/slk-cabriolet/slk-roadster-200-amg-sport-2dr-17111686
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jackbremer
T'wife still misses her SLK - had to get something larger when we started breeding.
Yes, those gears shifts can be very painful. You really need a back seat for that kind of thing.

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4 Likes #1
T'wife still misses her SLK - had to get something larger when we started breeding.
#2
Nice , same payments as I pay for my '14 Mazda 6 estate , I could put this SLK in the boot on a kinda "big luxury cruiser with a jet-ski on the back" kind of idea for touring ...Heat .
#3
This is the best deal I've ever seen. My wife is so in love with her Alfa, though, so there's no chance she'd go for it.
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mardavrio
Nice , same payments as I pay for my '14 Mazda 6 estate , I could put this SLK in the boot on a kinda "big luxury cruiser with a jet-ski on the back" kind of idea for touring ...Heat .


You'd need to drop the back seats though surely..?
1 Like #5
Doesn't factering in the initial payment of £1440 effectively add another£60 to the cost?
#6
Not my cup of tea but i'll give it some heat - total lease cost at just under 20% of car's RRP for 2 years motoring....bargain. Buy an actual scarf for each occupant - 2 x £15, or don't drive with the top down in winter. It's 1.5C outside this morning and I saw someone in an Audi TT convertible driving with their roof down.

But:-

I could drive a rusty auld banger for 12p a week if nothing falls off it etc etc.

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Dec 03, 2014 07:59
1 Like #7
tyke
Doesn't factering in the initial payment of £1440 effectively add another£60 to the cost?

It is factored in the total cost - it's a 6 + 23 month deal. Not clearly defined by the op, but the total lease price looks correct on a 6+23 basis. If you want to absorb the 6 months payment "deposit" into the other 23 months then you're about right.

Effectively £290 a month (divide total lease cost by 24) for driving around in a £36k car is still a very good deal.


Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Dec 03, 2014 08:04
#8
Diesel convertible though. You can make a car like my current Golf GTD sound great on the inside with a "soundaktor" device feeding a fake beefy petrol engine sound track to the interior, but with the top down in this there is no hiding the actual engine noise.
banned 4 Likes #9
240 a month to borrow a car sounds like an epic deal to me.
24 Likes #10
jackbremer
T'wife still misses her SLK - had to get something larger when we started breeding.
Yes, those gears shifts can be very painful. You really need a back seat for that kind of thing.
4 Likes #11
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lolyehright
240 a month to borrow a car sounds like an epic deal to me.


Yawn. *cue lease vs owning debate*

If you don't understand the benefit of leasing, don't post.
Great deal.
#12
lolyehright
240 a month to borrow a car sounds like an epic deal to me.

There's always one...
#13
roshambo
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lolyehright
240 a month to borrow a car sounds like an epic deal to me.

Yawn. *cue lease vs owning debate*

If you don't understand the benefit of leasing, don't post.
Great deal.

We are still waiting on the comedians to arrive and proclaim it a "hairdresser's car" :|
#14
Bringing the deposit down to 239.99 makes the payments £292.16 per month which is still very good...
Why would there be 29 payments for a 24-month lease or is that a typo?
#15
Sorry I don't understand leases. Do you get an option to buy at the end of the lease?
#16
£290 a month to look like a hairdresser? Not for me! :p!

Great deal, heat added! As quoted above, this cost to have 2 years driving around in a £36k car.
#17
I assume that servicing and road tax is on top (your own responsibility)?
Hear added.
2 Likes #18
monkeyhanger75
Diesel convertible though. You can make a car like my current Golf GTD sound great on the inside with a "soundaktor" device feeding a fake beefy petrol engine sound track to the interior, but with the top down in this there is no hiding the actual engine noise.

Why would you bother doing that? Very strange. If you want a "beefy petrol engine sound track", buy a car that will give you that.

Hate those chav idiots who drive round town in a clio or a corsa with a "beefy sound track". If only they knew how stupid they looked.
1 Like #19
Don't be silly. Have a look at the overall table. This is a £200/month price mistake. How on earth do you spot this stuff?

All deals shown are based on 10k miles per annum (alternative mileages available) Contract Term: Monthly Price inc.VAT
Vehicle Model 4yr 3yr 2yr Co2 MPG List Price
MERCEDES-BENZ SLK DIESEL ROADSTER
250 CDI AMG Sport 2dr Tip Auto
£379.84 £386.50 £239.99 132g/km 57 £36,965.00
MERCEDES-BENZ SLK DIESEL ROADSTER
250 CDI 2dr Tip Auto
£339.99 £359.99 £379.99 132g/km 57 £32,965.00
MERCEDES-BENZ SLK ROADSTER
200 AMG Sport 2dr
£368.38 £379.76 £415.49 158g/km 42 £34,515.00
MERCEDES-BENZ SLK ROADSTER
200 AMG Sport 2dr Tip Auto
£383.83 £394.92 £430.67 151g/km 44 £36,035.00
MERCEDES-BENZ SLK ROADSTER
250 AMG Sport 2dr
£437.10 £462.90 £523.02 169g/km 39 £38,360.00
MERCEDES-BENZ SLK ROADSTER
250 AMG Sport 2dr Tip Auto
£446.11 £470.41 £530.96 153g/km 43 £39,880.00
MERCEDES-BENZ SLK ROADSTER
350 AMG Sport 2dr Tip Auto
£513.37 £547.90 £629.95 167g/km 40 £44,260.00
MERCEDES-BENZ SLK AMG ROADSTER
SLK 55 2dr Tip Auto
£618.59 £668.38 £718.44 195g/km 34 £54,805.00
#20
Super hot.
#21
Musicrab
Sorry I don't understand leases. Do you get an option to buy at the end of the lease?

It's really contract hire. You're paying to rent the thing, that's all. If genuine this is a great deal, buy a new one and and it'll cost you much more in depreciation, plus you'll have a £30k hole in your savings. Personally speaking I'd be happier with a knackered old P Reg, for one summer - just to get it out of my system. Still, for anyone who wants a new one contract hire makes a lot of sense.

Re the 29 payments thing... With contract hire there's nearly always a higher payment in the first month, then a lesser sum for the remainder. Rental terms are typically gived as 3 + 23, or 6 + 23, the first number reflects the multiples of the monthly cost you pay in the first month, the second number refers to the remaining number of months in the contract.

So £200 per month on a 6 + 35 basis means £1200 in month one, then £200 pcm for the reaminder of the term. Total = 41 x £200, effectively ~£228 per month average over term.


Edited By: Fogg1969 on Dec 03, 2014 09:51
#22
roshambo
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lolyehright
240 a month to borrow a car sounds like an epic deal to me.

Yawn. *cue lease vs owning debate*

If you don't understand the benefit of leasing, don't post.
Great deal.

I'm still undecided as to whether leasing is a good idea. Could you share your opinion on what makes it a better option than buying outright?
#23
Are there any issues with insuring a lease car over insuring a car you own yourself?

Is it more expensive or limited in companies that will insure you?

Been thinking of going down this route myself.
#24
Roasterz
#25
A diesel powered two seater open top. That is just wrong. Has to be petrol and fast.
#26
lolyehright
240 a month to borrow a car sounds like an epic deal to me.


Div
1 Like #27
jackbremer
T'wife still misses her SLK - had to get something larger when we started breeding.

Get a room
#28
monkeyhanger75
Not my cup of tea but i'll give it some heat - total lease cost at just under 20% of car's RRP for 2 years motoring....bargain. Buy an actual scarf for each occupant - 2 x £15, or don't drive with the top down in winter. It's 1.5C outside this morning and I saw someone in an Audi TT convertible driving with their roof down.
But:-
I could drive a rusty auld banger for 12p a week if nothing falls off it etc etc.

I miss having a rag top ... Used to love driving around with the roof down and heaters up to max in winter

Gave up enjoying cars when I bought my first sensible family diesel ...
#29
paul123edwards
Are there any issues with insuring a lease car over insuring a car you own yourself?

Is it more expensive or limited in companies that will insure you?

Been thinking of going down this route myself.


Usually it's more expensive to insure a leased car. Depends
#30
paul123edwards
Are there any issues with insuring a lease car over insuring a car you own yourself?
Is it more expensive or limited in companies that will insure you?
Been thinking of going down this route myself.

No issues at all from my experience ... I don't actually recall being asked if I owned or leased a car to get insurance???
#31
Macdory
paul123edwards
Are there any issues with insuring a lease car over insuring a car you own yourself?
Is it more expensive or limited in companies that will insure you?
Been thinking of going down this route myself.

No issues at all from my experience ... I don't actually recall being asked if I owned or leased a car to get insurance???

My insurer (Tesco) ask on a splash page with about 10 other things, it can be easy to miss.
#32
dybydx
I assume that servicing and road tax is on top (your own responsibility)?
Hear added.

Tax is always included with lease cars. Servicing is normally a little bit extra a month but includes tyres.
1 Like #33
I've just handed back this exact car that I leased on the same deal two years ago. Cracking deal if you watch you don't exceed miles.
I was worried about excess charges for stonechips etc but they supply a very clear and reasonable guide to what is acceptable and I wasn't charged anything.
Its a lovely car. 55mpg combined all day long, hits 60 in 6 and a bit seconds and is incredibly luxurious. Only extras that are cost effective on a lease are things that genuinely add value like the upgraded leather and airscarf.

This is a 38 grand car for Mondeo money, I'd recommend, loved mine!
1 Like #34
Yeah sure, an SLK AMG for £239 a month. God help some of you people, and God help the poster above who dreams about his £38,000 incredibly luxurious 55mpg all day long that was cheaper than a Mondeo.

You've already had someone with some intelligence jump in and put this to bed, but still you lot don't get it.
#35
lord_semtex
Yeah sure, an SLK AMG for £239 a month. God help some of you people, and God help the poster above who dreams about his £38,000 incredibly luxurious 55mpg all day long that was cheaper than a Mondeo.

You've already had someone with some intelligence jump in and put this to bed, but still you lot don't get it.

Im not sure I get your comment, why wouldn't this car do 55mpg? it is a diesel after all.
1 Like #36
lord_semtex
Yeah sure, an SLK AMG for £239 a month. God help some of you people, and God help the poster above who dreams about his £38,000 incredibly luxurious 55mpg all day long that was cheaper than a Mondeo.

You've already had someone with some intelligence jump in and put this to bed, but still you lot don't get it.

It's not an AMG - it has AMG body bits and wheels etc. .AMG don't make a single diesel engine and I pray they never do.
#37
Haste
roshambo
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lolyehright
240 a month to borrow a car sounds like an epic deal to me.

Yawn. *cue lease vs owning debate*

If you don't understand the benefit of leasing, don't post.
Great deal.

I'm still undecided as to whether leasing is a good idea. Could you share your opinion on what makes it a better option than buying outright?

Check any of the threads from the last 6 months on lease deals and you'll be well apprised of the pros and cons. If you want a brand new car and you get the right deal, then the lease route is cheaper compared to the depreciation you will experience with buying it. But the deal HAS to be right. I can't be bothered to outline all the facets to be honest, but Getty's quote sums it up best "Buy appreciating assets, lease depreciating ones". HTH,. Barbs

Edited By: barbiegirl on Dec 04, 2014 09:45: Typo
1 Like #38
Thought this was a site for hotdeals? not free advertising... I've seen several of these leasing offers today already. they're not good offers, they're straightforward lease deals no doubt being added on here by themselves
#39
jheslop1
dybydx
I assume that servicing and road tax is on top (your own responsibility)?
Hear added.

Tax is always included with lease cars. Servicing is normally a little bit extra a month but includes tyres.

Tax is not always included especially with Mercedes so i would check this out before you take the plunge
#40
10,000 Miles isn't a great to be honest.

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