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Seat Ateca 1.0 TSI Ecomotive S 5dr 24 month lease, 10000 miles PA, Total £3,735.41 at National Vehicle Solutions

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£3735.41 @ National Vehicle Solutions
Only the basic model, but looks a decent deal for a good quality car £129.46 incl VAT monthly rentals £388.38 initial rental £239.99 admin fee Other mileages available, but this seems the chea…
Only the basic model, but looks a decent deal for a good quality car £129.46 incl VAT monthly rentals £388.38 initial rental £239.99 admin fee Other mileages available, but this seems the chea…
GeoffAngela Avatar4d, 15h agoFound 4 days, 15 hours ago26 Comments
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backinstock
fossman
fowler9
fossman
daveyt
Which main dealer did you use?
Bristol Street Seat in Derby.
24 month lease with 10,000 miles per annum for £168.85 per month.
Was that on a 3+ or 6+ initial deposit?
​Its a 1+ initial deposit.
I've never taken a lease before, but very tempted.
Did you have to pay anything in case of scratches / stone chips etc? What about servicing? Is that included?
Thanks in advance.

Deals can vary depending on when maintenance is included. Generally it isn't although they may offer it as an added cost per month if you request it.

Generally, you'd have to pay for the normal servicing at the recommended service intervals and you would return the car in a condition they say they gave it to you apart from "fair wear and tear" so if you have any bumps, that would be for you to sort out through your own insurance. Also, look at GAP insurance as well when considering leasing.
fossman
fowler9
fossman
daveyt
Which main dealer did you use?
Bristol Street Seat in Derby.
24 month lease with 10,000 miles per annum for £168.85 per month.
Was that on a 3+ or 6+ initial deposit?
​Its a 1+ initial deposit.

I've never taken a lease before, but very tempted.
Did you have to pay anything in case of scratches / stone chips etc? What about servicing? Is that included?
Thanks in advance.
fossman
fowler9
fossman
daveyt
Which main dealer did you use?
Bristol Street Seat in Derby.
24 month lease with 10,000 miles per annum for £168.85 per month.
Was that on a 3+ or 6+ initial deposit?
​Its a 1+ initial deposit.

Thanks. That's a good deal.
fowler9
fossman
daveyt
Which main dealer did you use?
Bristol Street Seat in Derby.
24 month lease with 10,000 miles per annum for £168.85 per month.
Was that on a 3+ or 6+ initial deposit?

​Its a 1+ initial deposit.
fossman
daveyt
Which main dealer did you use?
Bristol Street Seat in Derby.
24 month lease with 10,000 miles per annum for £168.85 per month.

Was that on a 3+ or 6+ initial deposit?
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Seat Cupra 300 (March 2017) - 24 month lease, total: £7,607.00 @ National Vehicle Solutions

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This is the new Cupra 300ps. A huge amount of power for the price. (Ultimately a poor man's Golf R). 10k miles. Monthly: £215.98 Initial: £2400 Fees: £239.99 Less mileage also available.
This is the new Cupra 300ps. A huge amount of power for the price. (Ultimately a poor man's Golf R). 10k miles. Monthly: £215.98 Initial: £2400 Fees: £239.99 Less mileage also available.
Sunni Avatar5d, 29m agoFound 5 days, 29 minutes ago16 Comments
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What tyres do you recommend? Don't get me wrong it's a nice car, could imagine it is a little quicker. Look great too. But would not recommend coming from a awd
Sunni
m5rcc
Sunni
Ultimately a poor man's Golf R
Sunni
Maybe HUKDers know something I don't?
Not really comparable - the Golf R is AWD. This isn't, unless you get the ST version with DSG.
Fair enough. This probably sits somewhere in between a GTI and an R.

from a rolling start the cupra has the edge on the golf I know because I have both cars, but yes I'd take the golf all day long
dinky2016
Forever wheel spinning. Went from the golf r to the 290 cupra, launches like a pig. Could imagine it's worse with the 300 cupra. Seems like it's £100 a month dearer than what I paid... very cold!

Never gonna be as good as awd, but change the tyres the standard ones are ****
loofer
Poor man's Golf R you say but I'm sure the Golf R has been had on here for considerably less than £7k

But show us where this deal is now?
dinky2016
Comparable on price

Not really. Cheapest Golf R deal I can find at the moment is this:

https://s24.postimg.org/4z1qx7v1h/Capture.jpg

...which equates to £9,013.12 or £375.55/net/mth.
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VW Golf 5DR 1.6 TDI GT 10k miles £166.27 23+9 plus £238 - £5,560.00 Fleet Prices £5,560.00

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£5560.00 @ National Vehicle Solutions
Seems a good deal for good spec golf with Nav Won't let me change link http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/volkswagen/golf-hatchback/golf-diesel-hatchback-16-tdi-gt-5dr-150692067
Seems a good deal for good spec golf with Nav Won't let me change link http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/volkswagen/golf-hatchback/golf-diesel-hatchback-16-tdi-gt-5dr-150692067
sleth Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago32 Comments
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m5rcc
thegog
​Really? Mine is a 14 plate. A couple of minor niggles early on that were resolved quickly. Everything fine since.

Evoques, like many Land Rover cars, are littered with faults.


​No, I was referring to the Golf.
thegog
​Really? Mine is a 14 plate. A couple of minor niggles early on that were resolved quickly. Everything fine since.

Evoques, like many Land Rover cars, are littered with faults.
puddles9999
Looks like a bad deal and the neighbours one keeps breaking down. I'm just going to stick to my 66 plate Range Rover evoque and the wife can have here 10 plate Ford Focus


​Really? Mine is a 14 plate. A couple of minor niggles early on that were resolved quickly. Everything fine since.
spyro123
m5rcc
spyro123
With a huge deposit then at that price! I'm guessing 10k.
One can get an Evoque for under £375/net/mth, although I wouldn't recommend it.
With no deposit?

Net price, i.e. including deposit and monthly payments and admin charge.
Zuulan
Gozer
puddles9999
Looks like a bad deal and the neighbours one keeps breaking down. I'm just going to stick to my 66 plate Range Rover evoque and the wife can have here 10 plate Ford Focus
Why are you trying to show off with a 66 plate Range Rover when you have the girl's version?

Maybe Puddles9999 is a girl. Girls can marry girls.
If she/he is so bothered about showing off her brand new car, then don't tell her/him that the new 17 plates are out soon. ;)



I am male but we share the car
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Audi Q3 2.0L TDi SE 2 or 3 year personal high mileage lease - 25k miles - £338.08 per month @ national vehicle solutions

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Been looking for high mileage lease deals and came across this offer. Seems quite good compared to other deals of this calibre which normally come in around £450+. The same website is advertising Fies…
Been looking for high mileage lease deals and came across this offer. Seems quite good compared to other deals of this calibre which normally come in around £450+. The same website is advertising Fies…
DevK Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago32 Comments
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Surely no one services a car unless forced to?
I changed my oil and noted it had been 50,000 miles since the last one (about 2 years)
nougat
why would you want to take it to a main dealer in the first place?

It is possibly a condition of the lease.
why would you want to take it to a main dealer in the first place?
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
donslibi
corred1964
Good price but probably require expensive main dealer servicing with no maintenance included will may add around £60+ a month to that price
£60 a month is excessive. For comparison, a typical BMW's first service is after 20k miles and that's an oil change. Not sure about Audi but certainly won't be 10 times that.
I was talking about an average over 3 years when you start including major services ! Last time I had a major service on an Audi it cost over £400
£400 / 36 =~£11pm for 36months.
And obviously with a 2 year lease, there is no need for a major service.
Over 3 years with servicing & other parts requiring replacement (excl consumables) my Audi cost over £900 a year on average....having covered 80k miles (true that included a new clutch but not a warranty repair)
Brake pads alone are £400 a set, a clutch around £800....services at 19k min £150 major £319 (plus non service parts)
Interesting... new car or used? Secondly, 80k miles over 3 years, not 50k. Thirdly, £900 per year for maintaining a new car? I know from experience it doesn't cost that much to run a brand new car. It used to cost that much to maintain my previous (10+ year old E-Class).


It was new......it had 2 full sets of pads in that time, a new clutch at 56k, a new wheel bearing at 60k & was serviced every 15k miles (mixed rather than all motorway).....not saying it will cost this much..but on a 3 year 25k lease that's 75k over the lease...I may have been unlucky but these days I'd only go for a fully maintained lease even if it cost £40 a month more.......not that I need to these days !!


​something wrong with the car or driver. I've had a few cars and no car has had to have a clutch replaced until at least 100000 miles. had my Peugeot for 14 years and I had the clutch changed for the first time 2 years ago at 108000. if my audi lasts only 58k I will complain.. either they badly designed, too stressed on you need some right foot treatment lol
donslibi
m5rcc
donslibi
Fair enough, but an old issue that affected N47 engines manufactured between 2007 and 2011.
An old issue that has knocked BMW down a peg or two on the myth of reliability of German cars. BMW are not the only manufacturing imposing/suggesting longlife service plans. VAG do it group-wide too, so, as per the OPs requirements, not having a major service at all in 50k miles would be plain stupid.
Just checked and new BMW oil change is every 10k miles.

In that basis with main dealer costs you could expect around £500 in servicing costs each year covering 25k a year
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A3 Sportback with SE 1.0 TFSI 6-speed 116 PS £4,642.00 for 24 month lease @ NVC

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£4642.00 @ National Vehicle Solutions
What more need I say? This is the cheapest I've seen one of these in a long time. £2400 initial payment and £87pm. Increasing mileage barely adds much cost. Out of interest I priced one up direct on a…
What more need I say? This is the cheapest I've seen one of these in a long time. £2400 initial payment and £87pm. Increasing mileage barely adds much cost. Out of interest I priced one up direct on a…
Speedbirdjw Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago100 Comments
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Had a chat with this company today and despite the deal still on their website, the deal is priced on Q4 discounts from 2016 which they don't seem to have access to now.

Deal should be expired in my opinion.
Speedbirdjw
For all the experienced leasers, does the contract state I have to get it serviced at an AUDI Approved garage? Am I able to put a private plate on it? Am I able to extend the term after 24 months? Im tempted but only if I get a 17 plate.

If you take a car financed by VW financial services you'll need to service at VW approved. Yes you can put a private plate on. £60 admin fee. Yes you can extend after 24 months or request a price to purchase it


Thanks Speed cleared up a few issues am new to leasing have done PCP before but not an outright lease
boostii
Just seen some total wally in one of these at my local leisure centre car park. Left his massively loud stereo blaring with the doors wide open and blocking the car park entrance so he didn't have to walk far over to the ticket machine. His reg plate was A3 CUM. Says it all really about Audi drivers :(


​yeah right same goes for the rest as well don't blame a single brand that's totally wrong
For all the experienced leasers, does the contract state I have to get it serviced at an AUDI Approved garage? Am I able to put a private plate on it? Am I able to extend the term after 24 months? Im tempted but only if I get a 17 plate.

If you take a car financed by VW financial services you'll need to service at VW approved. Yes you can put a private plate on. £60 admin fee. Yes you can extend after 24 months or request a price to purchase it
fancy explaining why its not again?

Can you explain how you're going to have that car for 2 years at a lower cost that the lease then?
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SKODA OCTAVIA 1.4TSI 150 SE SPORT. Lease. £2400 deposit + £83.44/month including VAT. 10000 miles/year. 24months. nationalvehiclesolutions £4,559.00

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24 month lease deal. Sat Nav, Rear park sensors, 17inch wheels, free metallic paint option. £2400 deposit plus monthly payments of £83.44 and £239.99 admin fee. 10000 miles/year. Looks like a bargain
24 month lease deal. Sat Nav, Rear park sensors, 17inch wheels, free metallic paint option. £2400 deposit plus monthly payments of £83.44 and £239.99 admin fee. 10000 miles/year. Looks like a bargain
Bagey Avatar4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago19 Comments
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Thanks op
I've been looking for a decent deal and really please with this
Brilliant deal, should I wait for a deal on a z4 or buy this? Practical and economical or extravagant?
Cameron92
Mark9988
Cameron92
Prefer a VAG
This is a vag


*Prefer a nicer VAG


After luckily getting Passat Alltrack deal via HDUK, no lease deal looks hot for me any more! Bring back price glitches!
Mark9988
Cameron92
Prefer a VAG
This is a vag


*Prefer a nicer VAG
Mark9988
Cameron92
Prefer a VAG
This is a vag
Only better built and more reliable. :)
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Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC Sport 5dr [Nav] £1800 initial rental , £240 admin fee 24 months Personal Lease £3,997.52 @ National Vehicle Solutions

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24 months, 5,000 miles. Initial rental is £1,800, admin £240, 23 months x £85.11 = total is £3,997.52. Or £166.56 a month.
24 months, 5,000 miles. Initial rental is £1,800, admin £240, 23 months x £85.11 = total is £3,997.52. Or £166.56 a month.
Gigzz Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago34 Comments
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Brilliant cars. Now if only I could find a deal like this with a Civic Auto..
m5rcc
gslgregory
m5rcc
gslgregory
Therefore Honda is 68p / month cheaper (more if Skoda admin fee included), accepting that I may have a small amount of excess mileage to pay if I exceed my 8000 miles.
Then it's not cheaper is it!?
Okay, if you want to get down to the bones, for the Honda I need to add excess mileage for, say 1,000 miles (I would not exceed that). That would add an additional £5.83/month.
For the Skoda the admin fee is £200 (I looked it up). That adds £8.33/month to the cost of the Skoda.
So I would have been paying an equivalent of £194.97 for the Skoda, whereas I estimate I will be paying £191.81 for the Honda.
So the Honda IS cheaper - by £3.16 per month.
Wrong. Try again:
This Honda deal is £166.56 + £5.83 for your excess mileage = £172.39/net/month
Skoda is £194.93/net/month
Tell me the difference now...
Don't know how you have calculated yours, but mine's based on 8k miles and includes £240 admin fee. Ah I see where you've gone wrong - you have calculated using 5k miles/

But the important thing is you now agree that the Honda is cheaper than the Skoda - which is what I originally said.
gslgregory
m5rcc
gslgregory
Therefore Honda is 68p / month cheaper (more if Skoda admin fee included), accepting that I may have a small amount of excess mileage to pay if I exceed my 8000 miles.
Then it's not cheaper is it!?
Okay, if you want to get down to the bones, for the Honda I need to add excess mileage for, say 1,000 miles (I would not exceed that). That would add an additional £5.83/month.
For the Skoda the admin fee is £200 (I looked it up). That adds £8.33/month to the cost of the Skoda.
So I would have been paying an equivalent of £194.97 for the Skoda, whereas I estimate I will be paying £191.81 for the Honda.
So the Honda IS cheaper - by £3.16 per month.

Wrong. Try again:

This Honda deal is £166.56 + £5.83 for your excess mileage = £172.39/net/month

Skoda is £194.93/net/month

Tell me the difference now...
m5rcc
gslgregory
Therefore Honda is 68p / month cheaper (more if Skoda admin fee included), accepting that I may have a small amount of excess mileage to pay if I exceed my 8000 miles.
Then it's not cheaper is it!?
Okay, if you want to get down to the bones, for the Honda I need to add excess mileage for, say 1,000 miles (I would not exceed that). That would add an additional £5.83/month.

For the Skoda the admin fee is £200 (I looked it up). That adds £8.33/month to the cost of the Skoda.

So I would have been paying an equivalent of £194.97 for the Skoda, whereas I estimate I will be paying £191.81 for the Honda.

So the Honda IS cheaper - by £3.16 per month.
gslgregory
Therefore Honda is 68p / month cheaper (more if Skoda admin fee included), accepting that I may have a small amount of excess mileage to pay if I exceed my 8000 miles.

Then it's not cheaper is it!?
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VW Golf GTI - 5dr DSG - 220bhp, keyless entry, 18" alloys, sat nav, heated front seats, front/rear parking sensors etc. - £2400 deposit & £108/month - 2 year personal lease - £5,145.38 - National vehicle solutions

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Great deal considering £30k list price and DSG variant. Initial monthly rental - £2400 23 monthly rentals of £108.93 Admin fee - £239.99 Total payable - £5145.38 based on 5k miles pa. Average £…
Great deal considering £30k list price and DSG variant. Initial monthly rental - £2400 23 monthly rentals of £108.93 Admin fee - £239.99 Total payable - £5145.38 based on 5k miles pa. Average £…
karlie88 Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago455 Comments
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Wish I got this
jay_masters13
clarence47a
stiltsky
anyone got a delivery date yet? I got a tracking number this afternoon allowing 72 hrs to appear.
Same here.Very pleased so far

Seems to be going through ok, shows as at the factory on the tracker, anyone know where you pick the car up from?


Still waiting for my tracking number but been accepted at dealer apparently.
They deliver it to you.
clarence47a
stiltsky
anyone got a delivery date yet? I got a tracking number this afternoon allowing 72 hrs to appear.
Same here.Very pleased so far

Seems to be going through ok, shows as at the factory on the tracker, anyone know where you pick the car up from?
If it depreciates, rent it. If it appreciates, buy it!
I don't get the obsession with owning something that decreases in value. It's all about the ownership costs over the period you plan to keep it.
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Nissan Pulsar 1.5 dCi Acenta 24 month Lease 106.48 pm with 1198.31 upfront 10K miles £3407.36 from NVS £3,647.35

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Seems quite a lot of car for the money. 10k miles. has to be ordered before the end of September for delivery in October. Price includes solid colour (which is red). Service pricing available here:…
Seems quite a lot of car for the money. 10k miles. has to be ordered before the end of September for delivery in October. Price includes solid colour (which is red). Service pricing available here:…
matteava Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago30 Comments
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leechuter
shininghero
pugboy
leechuter
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice
​Really? The engine that gets praise in every car it's fitted to isn't very good? Obviously all the car mags must be wrong then. It's zero road tax, great on fuel and quiet.
Has this got the same engine as used in the Qashqai?

yes it does have the same engine, the one that sounds like a 15 year old Citroen van


I had the 1.5diesel in the Qashqai+2 for a week as a courtesy car and IMO it wasn't bad at all and felt much quieter than my Countryman SD which sounds like a tractor at best. I dread to think what a 15 y/o **** sounds like
shininghero
pugboy
leechuter
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice
​Really? The engine that gets praise in every car it's fitted to isn't very good? Obviously all the car mags must be wrong then. It's zero road tax, great on fuel and quiet.
Has this got the same engine as used in the Qashqai?

yes it does have the same engine, the one that sounds like a 15 year old Citroen van
These engines are excellent imo.
pugboy
leechuter
lots of better offers out there than this and the 1.5 diesel Nissan engine isn't very nice


​Really? The engine that gets praise in every car it's fitted to isn't very good? Obviously all the car mags must be wrong then. It's zero road tax, great on fuel and quiet.


Has this got the same engine as used in the Qashqai?
Has this deal changed? I'm getting £121.70 a month (£2799.10 for 23 months) and £1095.30 (9 month upfront) for a total of £3894.40 without an admin fee
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Citroen C4 CACTUS 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr Personal Lease 10k miles £118 a month £118 deposit £2,548.99 @ NVS

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Been in the lookout for a decent cactus deal for a while after hiring one a month ago. Looks to be a really good deal that's only on for a week. Colour as first come first serve. Price includes a…
Been in the lookout for a decent cactus deal for a while after hiring one a month ago. Looks to be a really good deal that's only on for a week. Colour as first come first serve. Price includes a…
dexpearce Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago164 Comments
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There actually look OK in black, one down the road from me and for £188pm it's a great deal
M_z
bblgoose
I really don't understand the appeal of these deals. 2 and a half grand down and you get nothing at the end of it. Why not just buy a £3-4k used car on finance? Same monthly cost but at the end of it you've got a car. Look after it and you could get a decent chunk of your money back.
I don't understand why people go on holidays? You pay a few thousand pounds to fly out to Mallorca with the family to stay in a hotel, then you fly home again after two weeks. You don't get to own anything afterwards!

You get to keep some complimentary slippers, bath robe and few bottles of shampoo.
bblgoose
I really don't understand the appeal of these deals. 2 and a half grand down and you get nothing at the end of it. Why not just buy a £3-4k used car on finance? Same monthly cost but at the end of it you've got a car. Look after it and you could get a decent chunk of your money back.


​The concept you need to learn about to understand this is called depreciation.

Also consider that some people don't want the uncertainty & hassle of running an older car (repairs, MOTs).

Some people even buy brand new cars, and when you consider this, decent leasing deals look much more financially savvy.
bblgoose
I really don't understand the appeal of these deals. 2 and a half grand down and you get nothing at the end of it. Why not just buy a £3-4k used car on finance? Same monthly cost but at the end of it you've got a car. Look after it and you could get a decent chunk of your money back.

nothing - apart from excluisive use of a brand new car for 2 years with no no road tax, negligible maintenance and no depreciation. - Pay £4k for a used car, plus £1000 on finance interest plus maintenance and road tax costs, part ex it after 2 years and find that it's worth £1500 - wheres the other £4000 gone ? If an asset appreciates, buy it, if it depreciates, lease it.
Just a comment to the naysayers (nice word that) have you actually been and had a look at one of these cars, I did yesterday and they're very good, loads of car for the money, sadly I can't afford one - unless a Citroen board member wants to thank me for my kind words !
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Volkswagen Scirocco 2.0 TSI 180ps GT 3dr Personal Lease - 24 months and 10K miles - £239.42 all in per month. nationalvehiclesolutions

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Just browsing as I leased my Golf from these guys who were very good, and came across this. Seems like a very good deal for a nippy and reasonable economical hatch and I personally think they look gre…
Just browsing as I leased my Golf from these guys who were very good, and came across this. Seems like a very good deal for a nippy and reasonable economical hatch and I personally think they look gre…
Bazza71 Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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I agree. There is no fixed rule on how to post a lease deal. I certainly don't remember that in the terms and conditions when I signed up to the site. I think anyone who this lease might appeal to will obviously look into the full details them self.
cigbunt
Bazza71
cigbunt
TheNB
£2400 initial rental
£239.99 Admin Fee
£135.04 per month (inc VAT)
£5745.92 total paid over the 2 year lease
good job... take you total of £5745.92 / 24 months = 239.41 average of the term
not sure what deal op is quoting
Are you really that lazy to click the link and work it out for yourself. I quoted the per month figure as your basic maths nearly got right.
not lazy its just not the way how to post a lease deal... most people want to know the total cost to compare...
cold


So, £239.42 x 24 is a bit of challenge for you? Most people want to know the overall monthly cost to compare lease deals, I thought I'd help. I see you've posted dozens of lease deals.

​You vote cold or hot based on the deal, not because you don't like how it's posted.
Bazza71
cigbunt
TheNB
£2400 initial rental
£239.99 Admin Fee
£135.04 per month (inc VAT)
£5745.92 total paid over the 2 year lease
good job... take you total of £5745.92 / 24 months = 239.41 average of the term
not sure what deal op is quoting
Are you really that lazy to click the link and work it out for yourself. I quoted the per month figure as your basic maths nearly got right.
not lazy its just not the way how to post a lease deal... most people want to know the total cost to compare...
cold
cigbunt
TheNB
£2400 initial rental
£239.99 Admin Fee
£135.04 per month (inc VAT)
£5745.92 total paid over the 2 year lease
good job... take you total of £5745.92 / 24 months = 239.41 average of the term

not sure what deal op is quoting


Are you really that lazy to click the link and work it out for yourself. I quoted the per month figure as your basic maths nearly got right.
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VW Passat Estate 2.0TDI GT DSG Personal Lease £6,375.66 nationalvehiclesolutions

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Cheap deal has popped up on the Passat estate 2.0 tdi dsg. (inc vat) 2400 initial 240 fee 162.42 x 23 monthly 5k miles per year.
Cheap deal has popped up on the Passat estate 2.0 tdi dsg. (inc vat) 2400 initial 240 fee 162.42 x 23 monthly 5k miles per year.
check_your_bank Avatar8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago32 Comments
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Slaydbyme
The 162.42 per month would be a good deal, adding 100 to that per month to account for the deposit makes it average to me.
Just for some context, I will take delivery of an Alltrack in a weeks time which I saw here and got it for 150 per month, 2 year lease with 10k miles and paid 450 as a deposit so you could say 170 per month. That was 2 months ago and I don't think you can get them anymore but perhaps a benchmark.

Except the Alltrack deal your talking about was a mistake - you can't lease a Micra for that price...
Anti 5k possse have probably not long got work now lol or probably still stuck in traffic

i find it amusing that these deals always go so cold when they are evidently a huge deal if it is the model you want, i only put it out here to share with others and there are always lots of people interested so i will continue to do so.

It does also attracts a lot of haters but i find it therapeutic to laugh at their retarded ways of contorting reality and posting ridiculous statements to make them feel better about themselves, then the lowlife trolls coming in a cheap shot at the end , hilarious but sad :3
Diesel or Petrol or really makes no difference , maybe a little cheaper per mile but if you don't have to do loads of mileage , who cares, there is no problem driving a diesel for 5k if that's what you want and that's the mileage you do

I would prefer a petrol vehicle tbh , the new diesels with this dpf nonsense are a potential nightmare but the actual lease deals for diesel are usually cheaper too and much more common , maybe because there are just not that many petrol option estates being offered up in deals .
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You would need to be mad to pay that for 5K miles per year
Find a better deal ?
Yes it's a deal to have an expensive VW car sat on your driveway. No argument.
It's the 5K Miles per year that makes this a COLD deal.
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Try to deliver a cogent argument you assumptive ignorant twunt,
If it was any more then 5k it would be a waste for me which is why i actively look for for 5k deals, doesn't mean i go around voting cold on any leases above 5k though, saying '(amount of mile different to what i need)k miles per year makes this COLD deal' , like a t w a t
your comments are invalid, 400-500 miles a month is fine if you don't have to drive up and down to work or have any other long distant commitments - i'm sorry if you have to , just don't take it out on me, you should quit ,move house or find a better job if it really gets you that mad.
but why would you lease a diesel to do 5k miles a year. There will be better deals out there

As someone who is on a Passat Alltrack lease with 5000 miles, I didn't have a choice. It was Diesel or nothing.
However, it was cheaper to pay the 7.2p per mile penalty than move up to 8000 miles.
The 7.2p penalty would get me to 9000 miles for the same money.
Always worth doing the maths to check what is best for you.
muffboy
So £265 a month NOT £162.42!
My Nan does more than 5k miles each year.............
Mine to. She died in 1999
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Yes, saw this online - looks a great deal at first glance with that time £33.58 monthly payment, but an initial £1200 for just a 14mth lease really kills it - you'd be better off with that Yeti for £3200 for 24mths than £2100 for 14mths IMHO.
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14months for nearly 2k seems a little expensive to me. Especially when you can get the same car for an extra 4 months for only £200 more without the massive deposit commitment. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/citroen-c1-18-month-lease-66-60-incl-vat-monthly-rentals-599-40-incl-vat-initial-2449904
​its £1200 not the £2000 that is stated, not sure what has happened there.

It's nearly 2k as the total rental for 14months. The comparative quick search for old deals that are still live comes in as £2090 as I posted for an extra 4 months of using the car.


​thats quite pricey then really, I'm not buying one but others might benefit from the post.
Astec123
14months for nearly 2k seems a little expensive to me. Especially when you can get the same car for an extra 4 months for only £200 more without the massive deposit commitment. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/citroen-c1-18-month-lease-66-60-incl-vat-monthly-rentals-599-40-incl-vat-initial-2449904
​its £1200 not the £2000 that is stated, not sure what has happened there.

It's nearly 2k as the total rental for 14months. The comparative quick search for old deals that are still live comes in as £2090 as I posted for an extra 4 months of using the car.
Astec123
14months for nearly 2k seems a little expensive to me. Especially when you can get the same car for an extra 4 months for only £200 more without the massive deposit commitment.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/citroen-c1-18-month-lease-66-60-incl-vat-monthly-rentals-599-40-incl-vat-initial-2449904



​its £1200 not the £2000 that is stated, not sure what has happened there.
Has been cheaper for longer previously...
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Skoda Yeti 5 Door 1.2 TSI DSG 110ps Monte-Carlo personal lease - 24 mth - deposit £719.94 - Fees £239.99 - £119.99 p/m 8,000 miles per year - Total £3,719.70 @ Nationalvehiclesolutions

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Skoda Yeti Estate 1.2 TSI DSG 110ps Monte Carlo 24 month lease @ £119.99 per month 6 month deposit of £719.94, fees of £239.99 Total cost of £3,719.70 or £154.99 per month equivalent. No DPF issues…
Skoda Yeti Estate 1.2 TSI DSG 110ps Monte Carlo 24 month lease @ £119.99 per month 6 month deposit of £719.94, fees of £239.99 Total cost of £3,719.70 or £154.99 per month equivalent. No DPF issues…
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Indeed - I've tried to expire it
says offer ends 25th of may for cash back.
DSG gearboxes are truly awful! My company Audi ate two of em! Better off with an auto.
got a slightly different model, and spec'd with the Smartlink - which I think was an extra £150. well worth if for Android Auto or Apple Car which both work really well. My lease was slightly more than this, but direct from Skoda garage in Tunbridge Wells.
A question for the experienced leasers if I may. I am classed as a business user on my insurance (I don't have one place of work although I am full time employed), do lease companies frown upon business use?

They don't care as long as you stay within the agreed mileage and return it in a decent condition but even if neither were true they would just charge for the excess mileage and damage repair. Either way they don't care if your using it for social, commuting or business use.



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VW Golf 1.4 TFSI Match Edition! 2 Year Lease £107.68 per month 5000 miles £4,276.64 nationalvehiclesolutions

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A great deal for a Match edition VW Golf, including Discover Navigation with Car-Net Guide & Inform Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Front Assist and City Emergency Braking Parking sensors on the…
A great deal for a Match edition VW Golf, including Discover Navigation with Car-Net Guide & Inform Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) with Front Assist and City Emergency Braking Parking sensors on the…
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Worth noting drivethedeal discount this car to £16765 (additional £500 of you or a family member own a vw), will this car depreciate by an additional £4276 for 10,000 miles within 2 years? i doubt this, as I am currently looking for a 2nd hand golf nearly new and nothing comes close to £11989 with 10k mileage, more like atleast £14500.
so how exactly has this deal got hot?

eat some jelly beans.
k7gixerboy
Just remember if it's a lease as stated you're responsible for the balloon payment at the end, you can't hand the car back unlike PCP or PCH
Wrong, it's the complete opposite. You can ONLY hand the car back at the end.
Completely incorrect, that's contract hire you're thinking of
Nope, you are still wrong. There is no balloon payment with this deal. This is a PCH.
Can u tell me why it says LEASE in the title then?!?!
What are you not getting here?
There are multiple forms of lease. PCH and PCP are both forms of leasing. This is a PCH.
Finance LEASE is different to PCH/CH & PCP. It's not that I don't get it, it's that few realise the difference by the looks of it! I need to know about these things so I do.
Ok, and this is a PERSONAL LEASE. It's a PCH.
Oh FFS!!! A lease agreement is not the same as a hire agreement!! Why would the same thing be called 2 different names???
I'm done, this is petty. Sign up for it & see what happens in 2 yrs.
I did. I signed up for a VW personal lease two months ago from NVS under exactly the same description. It's a PCH, I have the contract in front of me.
Bye.

Bully for you big man! Until 3 months ago I sold VW's

Night sweety xx


​On the evidence of what you've been saying above, it's easy to see why you don't sell them anymore.
Deals on cars continue to make people angry.
Just remember if it's a lease as stated you're responsible for the balloon payment at the end, you can't hand the car back unlike PCP or PCH
Wrong, it's the complete opposite. You can ONLY hand the car back at the end.
Completely incorrect, that's contract hire you're thinking of
Nope, you are still wrong. There is no balloon payment with this deal. This is a PCH.
Can u tell me why it says LEASE in the title then?!?!
What are you not getting here?
There are multiple forms of lease. PCH and PCP are both forms of leasing. This is a PCH.
Finance LEASE is different to PCH/CH & PCP. It's not that I don't get it, it's that few realise the difference by the looks of it! I need to know about these things so I do.
Ok, and this is a PERSONAL LEASE. It's a PCH.
Oh FFS!!! A lease agreement is not the same as a hire agreement!! Why would the same thing be called 2 different names???
I'm done, this is petty. Sign up for it & see what happens in 2 yrs.
I did. I signed up for a VW personal lease two months ago from NVS under exactly the same description. It's a PCH, I have the contract in front of me.
Bye.

Bully for you big man! Until 3 months ago I sold VW's

Night sweety xx
Worth noting drivethedeal discount this car to £16765 (additional £500 of you or a family member own a vw), will this car depreciate by an additional £4276 for 10,000 miles within 2 years? i doubt this, as I am currently looking for a 2nd hand golf nearly new and nothing comes close to £11989 with 10k mileage, more like atleast £14500.
so how exactly has this deal got hot?
It's a lease deal, not sure why you don't understand how it works. You can pay £16,000 for your Golf, excellent now how did you pay? A lump sum (oops not financial savvy at all are we) or did you take out a loan? Probably did, OK so that means you're paying every month, just like a lease deal, and possibly put down a deposit by trading in your old car.
So lets say you pay off your new car in 2 years time, what do you have left at the end, a car worth less but as you say not too much less, maybe £12-£13K, hmm maybe OK. Now you have a 2 year old car and you're money is tied up in that car. With this lease deal you've paid out £4K and now you can just go and get another new car on a lease, you can do this multiple times so let's say in 6 years time you've spent £16K on a lease deal, you'll have 3 new cars and you'll still have your old aging one which will be worth about £6K. So it depends what you want to do, drive new all the time or own an aging car. Plus factor in servicing costs as well.
It's not as simple as you make out by saying "How has this deal got hot" is it?
You like leasing then. How about doing modification or adding options to the car?
It's not easy to retrofit standard manufacturer options, if you're in to modding and customisation then why would you want a lease deal anyway?
People who lease are people who don't want to buy a new car and also have hassle free motoring.

I was making the point that whilst you're extolling the virtues of leasing, there are valid reasons for not leasing.

- Modifying could include for example adding a towbar. That wouldn't be allowed on a lease. You could specify a factory option instead but see below.
- Adding any FACTORY options (not retrofitting), means the cost of these is paid for in full over the lease term. I added £8k of options to my last car, why would I do that then hand the car back after 2 years.
- Why is it not financially savvy to pay in cash. Interest earnt in the bank is far less than interest paid on a finance contract (the interest isn't explicit because it is all wrapped in the finance cost you pay each month)

Having looked at the numbers time and time again, leasing it not cheaper than owning a car.

For example this particular car can be bought brand new for £16765 through a car broker. That's £4,580 off the list price. Can you see any two year old 10,000 mile 1.4tsi Golfs for sale at £12,489 (£16765-£4276, ie actual cost of the car less what you paying for the lease).

Every example I have looked at, the residual value of the car leased would still be more than the difference between a price you'd actually pay for the car (not the inflated RRP) and the cost of the lease over the term.

Leasing is for people who specify zero options and have to have a new car every couple of years. For everyone else, do your homework and look elsewhere.
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Honda CR-V 1.6-i-DTEC-SE Personal Lease 24 Months- 10,000 Miles- £179.30 Initial Payment £1,613.70 Total £5,977.59 @ National vehicle solutions

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Ok so yet another Lease Deal and yet another Nation Vehicle Solutions deal of the week, but seemed like a good deal for a lot of car. The 5,000 Miles and 8,000 miles per year are cheeper , however
Ok so yet another Lease Deal and yet another Nation Vehicle Solutions deal of the week, but seemed like a good deal for a lot of car. The 5,000 Miles and 8,000 miles per year are cheeper , however
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That's the problem, all look good, until you actually think about what you want/need, then you're back to square one


​Disagree, cars are more complex, highly tuned to give better emissions and performance, gadgets, expensive bi xenon lights etc, it's a minefield.. Something serious goes wrong, your local mechanic will send you straight to dealer... And you? Well you're gonna start wishing you had a brand new car with a warranty...
Actually new old cars are much better than they were 20 years ago so your theory holds less water
Old cars come with lots of problems, will probably cost you anyway, or thinks like jammed windows etc will ruin the enjoyment. Unless you're a mechanic or handy with cars..
I think the reason these non maintenanc deals go cold is because five grand will buy you a 8-9 year old equivelant car with fsh which you own outright and just need to maintain and you can also sell it on or use as a deposit for next vehicle
That's the problem, all look good, until you actually think about what you want/need, then you're back to square one
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Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.0 Sol 36 months 8000miles per annum only a 1p deposit! £138.95 nationalvehiclesolutions £5,242.19

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Seems a great deal for those looking for a town run around with only a ... 1p deposit! £138.95 a month for 3 years,
Seems a great deal for those looking for a town run around with only a ... 1p deposit! £138.95 a month for 3 years,
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love how they can call a 1litre car a 'sport coupe'
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A little bit more information would be useful.
Let's start with WHERE!
Follow the link and have a look!
:)


​When this deal was first posted there was no link or other details.
Seems good
xstevo99
and the £239.99 admin fee


​well done you've followed the link
xstevo99
and the £239.99 admin fee
That is true
:)
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Honda Civic 1.6 i-DTEC SE Plus 5dr [Nav] £1800 initial rental , £240 admin fee 24 months Personal Lease £4,131.85 @ National Vehicle Solutions

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24 months, 5,000 miles. Initial rental is £1,800, admin £240, 23 months x £90.95 = total is £4,131.85. Or £172.16 a month. Fuel Consumption: 78.5 mpg; CO2 Emissions: 94g/km; Fuel Type: Diesel; Tran…
24 months, 5,000 miles. Initial rental is £1,800, admin £240, 23 months x £90.95 = total is £4,131.85. Or £172.16 a month. Fuel Consumption: 78.5 mpg; CO2 Emissions: 94g/km; Fuel Type: Diesel; Tran…
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thanks for posting might be able to find cheaper deal from a main dealer that does not add administration fee have some heat
wasp90uk
I've got the sport version of these and they are really good cars to live with. also sport looks great. but they were doing a deal on the sport and probably other models where the dealers give you a massive contribution and free servicing think it worked out about £17500 for car and 5 services. be unlucky to lose 4k in 2 years at that rate but depends what you want. still a great car

You had a great deal man, was in Honda dealer today and paid about 14000 for a 15 plate used civic sport, just realized that sat nav is not included and thinking to call back to the dealer and cancel it but paid 10% deposit, dunno they will refuse or not.

Edited By: lianghe1984 on May 09, 2016 00:48
muz379
If you went out and bought this car cash and kept it for 2 years putting the same mileage on it as the lease terms if the leasing company are doing their job properly you should be able to sell the car and have the overall cost of owning the car come to less than the lease.

That's extremely unlikely in my opinion as leasing companies make their money by getting big discounts from the car manufacturers for ordering in bulk. Leasing is almost always far less than the depreciation from the cash price.
*Sloman*
Is this site legit?!?! it's brilliant!


​It is absolutely mental!! yes both me and partner have cars from ling! To be fair there is a secure part of the website you deal with when ordering a car with secure chat and document uploads and things and that's more normal looking! ! If you search youtube you can see her dragons dens appearance - it's rather unique! When my lease is up I'll look around and go with them again if cheapest but not sure if will be as there's been some brilliant deals on here recently :D
I can't believe some of the comments on here, made me laugh :)
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Mercedes E220 BlueTEC AMG Night Edition 4dr 7G-Tronic Business Lease only £213.22 total of £7,036.26 @ nationalvehiclesolutions

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Good deal for business Lease 10k mile a year Initial payment of £1,918.98 EXCL VAT Followed by £213.22per month EXCL VAT Cars in stock so no waiting time which is a bonus!
Good deal for business Lease 10k mile a year Initial payment of £1,918.98 EXCL VAT Followed by £213.22per month EXCL VAT Cars in stock so no waiting time which is a bonus!
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i take it this deal is there because the new E class is coming out next month so they want to make some kind of money on this before price drops.
golfie
does this come with indicators? :p
all Mercedes come with indicators. its just that the bulbs emit a light that poor people can't see.
To me the A6 s-line currently available for £199pm is a much better car than this. But it's opinions. Each to their own.
Not sure any Diesel engined cars of this capacity would be described as exciting, but these Mercedes are well built and make good motorway cruisers. If you want to pretend you're Lewis Hamilton, you'll need the AMG version.
Nice cars
Besford
Mercedes: a brand which has been living off past glories for SO long!
This one's a decent enough car (unlike so many Mercs now) but they really aren't anything special. I also find the brand image (generated by the profile of their customer base) rather off putting.
OP: 24 month lease needs to go in post.
Very true, same with Audi, ugly af.
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Citroen Cactus Flair 1.2 petrol 18m lease £1200 up front then £53.10pm! total £2,342.69 @ National vehicle solutions

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Possibly one of the best lease deals I have seen. Top spec car. the Mrs has one on a lease and it drives around town really well. Loads of other prices for 10 and 15k miles as well for less than £90 a…
Possibly one of the best lease deals I have seen. Top spec car. the Mrs has one on a lease and it drives around town really well. Loads of other prices for 10 and 15k miles as well for less than £90 a…
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Boot won't open by itself, will just unlock also will need to press the button for a few seconds before it unlocks
Thanks for the info...
Just loading my mp3's onto a usb stick for the media player. spent more time on that touch screen than have driving oO
Boot won't open by itself, will just unlock also will need to press the button for a few seconds before it unlocks
Drives ok, steering a little sensitive at speed, only thing having an issue with is the boot sometimes comes up with a warning that it’s open and it don’t seem to open with the key fob
anyone received theirs?
Got our purple cactus today, really pleased with it :)

How are you finding the ride - especially the steering handling?

I have the 1.2 puretech flair and have feeling that the steering gets very stiff at high speeds, so much that I struggle to keep the car in lane at high speeds (on a curvy single carriageway). The steering wheel gets really stiff at about 60 mph and above. It makes fine tuning really difficult and I have to zig zag from line to line.

I tried to deactivate ESP (traction control) but it gets activated at high speed. I am not sure if there are any other steering settings.

Also the 1.2 engine feels very tired.

Edited By: kaku_lala on Jun 02, 2016 22:43
anyone received theirs?
Got our purple cactus today, really pleased with it :)
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