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

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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…
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wished they had one for estate model :(
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?
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Just to confirm this is now sold out - just spoke to a dealer on the phone from select car leasing. Great deal though.
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...
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[Update dropped by £96.32] Smart Fortwo Coupe 1.0 Passion 2dr 2YR Lease - 10k mileage pa £83.00 x 23 + upfront payment £719.91 = £2,559.68 Inc Vat @ Select Car Leasing

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Edit - Price has dropped again by £96.32! Similar to the Smart FourTwo deal posted a few weeks back but £20 cheaper overall. Upfront payment is required on this one but in my opinion still a great…
msmyth Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago30 Comments
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If only they had automatics available.
Hopefully something will pop up soon, we're half way through the quarter so they might start trying to shift stock?
Heated.
What are the maintenance costs? Seems it needs to be serviced yearly.
m5rcc
kidrock123
How many gears does this car Have?

5-speed manual or a crappy twin clutch automated manual.


​Impressive X)
g8spur
I don't see why you wouldn't get as C1 for this sort of money.


​Arguably better build quality than C1. And you might only want 2 seats
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Skoda Octavia Hatchback 1.4 TSI 150 SE Sport 5dr (2017) Lease £1259.82 upfront + £139.98 monthly inc VAT 24 months 10K mileage p.a. @ Select Car leasing £4,479.36

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Inspired by the Octavia deal a couple of days back, spotted this which is the cheapest I can find at the moment with a smaller upfront. Obviously monthly will be higher but it may suit someone who wou…
msmyth Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago115 Comments
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Does anyone know any other deals for a different hatch back around the same price. Thanks in advance. Looking to get rid of my Vauxhall Astra 2011. None stop issues and fed up with lookers (4 times in a row same
Problem and they claim they fixed it and haven't)
usetheforceluke
its a skoda - yuk


​Mr bean drives it and he got a mclarren as well I think what else u want
1.6 diesel at my local for 13,500 pre reg though so this should not worth more than 10k
20k price tag Only suits a posh car
Thermal Rider
I recently test drove the Octavia with this engine but with DSG box . I have to say I was impressed by the engine. I found the 1.4TSI 150PS engine to be smooth, quiet and acceleration very adequate, it was much nicer to drive than the 1.6tdi that I also tested. Though of course I have real doubts it can deliver anywhere near the claimed combined 55.4 mpg (58.9 with DSG). The salesman thought a rough guideline is -12% once loosened up but of course all depends on driving style. Anyone know the "real mpg" i.e. not what the computer says because they always give a rosy figure. I don't think there is a large enough sample on "Honest John" as yet.

I can't give you details of the 1.4TSI but my 1.6TDI gives me about 63MPG compared to the claimed 74.3MPG so about 85% of what's claimed. My MPG is based on filling up from an almost empty tank rather than the computer. I do try to drive as economically as possible. My commute is quite hilly and a good few bends (perhaps explains my tyres in comments above rather than my driving skills!) but I'm able to maintain decent speed (i.e. limited braking and accelerating). Long distance journeys (down M74 and M6) MPG is similar but not quite as good but then my car is carrying 4 plus a boot full.I think that the 12% is probably achievable if the roads are right and you're economical with your driving style.
wow, some very serious cat fighting on this thread...
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Audi A3 Sportback 1.0 TFSI SE 5dr - 8,000 Miles - £143.99PM over 2 years + £1295 depsoit - Total £4,750.76 @ select car leasing

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this seems like a good deal to me for a well reviewed family hatchback? Has a good spec and excellent MPG
blackpoolfc Avatar2m, 4w agoFound 2 months, 4 weeks ago127 Comments
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The price has changed. For this deal
Contract Cars had a similar deal on but for 119 for 10k mileage per year.
Rta507
Hello all,
A bit off the topic, does any of you good people has a suggestion in regards to buying a low-mid range SUV? I am looking to lease one and have been looking around for a while now. Something like Kia Sportage or ford kuga etc.
Much appreciate your help

I think VW Tiguan is the best value deal at the moment. Great seen as though it is a brand new model so it will have the latest tech etc compared a model which was launched a few years ago.

Diesel - https://www.vehiclesavers.com/car-leasing/volkswagen/tiguan-diesel-estate/2.0-tdi-bmt-150-se-nav-5dr.html
Petrol - https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/car-leasing-companies/main-dealers/leeds-volkswagen/volkswagen/tiguan/116456130/

They were doing even cheaper deals on the 2.0 Diesel but it was only with 5K miles.
Also if you just want a car for mainly city use then the Skoda Yeti 1.2 is probably the cheapest lease car available right now! around £160 a month with only 1 month up front

Actually this is the deal for the Diesel VW - https://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/74851/volkswagen/tiguan/20_tdi_bmt_150_se_nav_5dr.html
Very cheap per month cost - but the initial payment is 2580 down

Edited By: faisal_uk on Sep 30, 2016 11:43: additonal info
cooperdude
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cooperdude
androoski
cooperdude
Serious question here.
My wife bought a Citroen C1 on PCP almost 3 years ago, and the deal is up in 6 months. It's currently in negative equity, so have about £1500 to pay on it if we give it up.
That's a strange kind of PCP deal? Did you blow the mileage limits or damage it?
A PCP deal should have a guaranteed minimum value, and so you should be protected against negative equity, a handback should cost you nothing.
As I understand it, the balloon payment and the gmfv are two different things and aren't necessarily the same. The final payment is what is left on the finance deal if we want to pay it. The gmfv is lower because it's basically the bottom line.
So if the value is lower than the ballon payment but higher than the minimum value then that's where the shortfall exists.
Anyway, my question still stands. Why go for a lease over other methods of financing?
Sorry, but I think you understand it wrong. If you have signed up for a PCP then you have a MGFV at the end which you pay - it is the same thing as the 'balloon payment'.
If for some reason you are not getting the MGFV then its because:
1 - It's damaged
2 - you've exceeded the agreed mileage limits
3 - you are trying to change it before the end of the PCP period
You need to seek clarification as none of what you say makes sense.
Thanks for the advice, appreciate it.
In fact, your third point is the reason then, as there is currently 6 months remaining on the PCP. So, if we wait 6 months it won't be necessary to pay the shortfall.

Sounds like it, no point in throwing away £1,500 if you can hold off upgrading for 6 months.

The dealer said they might cover that but I'm sure they would just offset most of it from some other sort of discount so you'll be in a better position in 6 months.

Remember, its a MINIMUM guaranteed future value not a maximum so you may find the dealer will offer you more if you use it as trade in for a new car. Depends ultimately on how well the make and model in question has held it's value, you may want to do a bit of research before deciding what to do in 6 months to check if you think you should get more than the Minimum value - especially if the wear and tear is less than expected and also the mileage.

The dealer would be quick enough to charge for excess damage and mileage so make sure you are quick to use it to your advantage if applicable as well.
notavalidaddress
cooperdude
androoski
cooperdude
Serious question here.
My wife bought a Citroen C1 on PCP almost 3 years ago, and the deal is up in 6 months. It's currently in negative equity, so have about £1500 to pay on it if we give it up.
That's a strange kind of PCP deal? Did you blow the mileage limits or damage it?
A PCP deal should have a guaranteed minimum value, and so you should be protected against negative equity, a handback should cost you nothing.
As I understand it, the balloon payment and the gmfv are two different things and aren't necessarily the same. The final payment is what is left on the finance deal if we want to pay it. The gmfv is lower because it's basically the bottom line.
So if the value is lower than the ballon payment but higher than the minimum value then that's where the shortfall exists.
Anyway, my question still stands. Why go for a lease over other methods of financing?
Sorry, but I think you understand it wrong. If you have signed up for a PCP then you have a MGFV at the end which you pay - it is the same thing as the 'balloon payment'.
If for some reason you are not getting the MGFV then its because:
1 - It's damaged
2 - you've exceeded the agreed mileage limits
3 - you are trying to change it before the end of the PCP period
You need to seek clarification as none of what you say makes sense.

Thanks for the advice, appreciate it.
In fact, your third point is the reason then, as there is currently 6 months remaining on the PCP. So, if we wait 6 months it won't be necessary to pay the shortfall.
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Golf 2.0 TSI R 3dr [Nav] @ 203.99 23+9 = 6,767.66 @ select car leasing

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Deals are getting better still, 203.99 x 23 1835.89 initial 240 admin 5k
check_your_bank Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago26 Comments
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got offered a deal with fleetsauce in wrexham £219 for a 5DR Golf R DGS with metailic paint
Excess mileage is a sizeable 11.19p per mile, so makes sense to set quote to 10,000 miles per year.

UPDATE - They initially said that they could delay delivery until March (when my current lease expires) but they cannot, January is earliest.

I know similar deals have been on and off last couple of years but with weaker (10% down post-Brexit) pound, I have convinced myself that the next lot of car deals may not be quite as cheap.


Edited By: phoni on Aug 16, 2016 18:02: change
jrw
check_your_bank
Should have mentioned this yesterday when comparing to previous deals,
This is of course the new spec with NAV and winter pack options which are worth over £2k and only included with very recent deals, making value pretty comparable -
it may even be better - if its 2k extras (low estimate) , then / 29 monthly payments extra £68 a month ontop of the old prices to match this spec, obviously they claw a bit back from the mileage but that really isn't much and its pay as you go so you may end up not paying for 10k just what you use.
definitely a good deal which i would go for if it was exactly what i wanted, i can vouch for select too their customer services seems a lot better than most lease companies i have spoken too.
Nav and winter spec are now standard since all BW22 cars onwards.

Yes, my point; all previous deals (such as those quoted above) would have had to add these options to be a fair comparison, and doing so puts this deal much cheaper.
check_your_bank
Should have mentioned this yesterday when comparing to previous deals,
This is of course the new spec with NAV and winter pack options which are worth over £2k and only included with very recent deals, making value pretty comparable -
it may even be better - if its 2k extras (low estimate) , then / 29 monthly payments extra £68 a month ontop of the old prices to match this spec, obviously they claw a bit back from the mileage but that really isn't much and its pay as you go so you may end up not paying for 10k just what you use.
definitely a good deal which i would go for if it was exactly what i wanted, i can vouch for select too their customer services seems a lot better than most lease companies i have spoken too.

Nav and winter spec are now standard since all BW22 cars onwards.
Should have mentioned this yesterday when comparing to previous deals,

This is of course the new spec with NAV and winter pack options which are worth over £2k and only included with very recent deals, making value pretty comparable -

it may even be better - if its 2k extras (low estimate) , then / 29 monthly payments extra £68 a month ontop of the old prices to match this spec, obviously they claw a bit back from the mileage but that really isn't much and its pay as you go so you may end up not paying for 10k just what you use.

definitely a good deal which i would go for if it was exactly what i wanted, i can vouch for select too their customer services seems a lot better than most lease companies i have spoken too.
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BMW i3 lease deal @ Select Car Leasing

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Just found this deal at select car leasing, surely an offer to good to miss £250 deposit and then only £27.59 a month... Most people pay more than this for a mobile phone contract.
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Shame, that really could have kickstarted the electric car revolution.
They always do this to get your details...
deeky
m4rky2011
No if you select the same contract terms it says enquire!

Relax m4rky, it's a misprice.


I know mate I just love all the idiots who start getting political :-)
It's over.
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Mercedes Benz A160 SE Lease +Initial Payment 9mths £1,619.89 then PM £179.99 Based on 5000 Miles per Annum 24Mth £5,759.66 @ Select Car Leasing

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Vehicle Information Manufacturer OTR £19,990.00 Fuel Consumption 52.30 MPG 0-62 mph 10.60 secs Fuel Type Petrol BiK/P11D £19,990.00 CO2 Emission 124g/km Engine Power 102 PS Transmission…
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i have been looking for an a class lease for months. want around 200 pounds per month but has to be automatic. anyone able to point me to a good deal based on this? would want to keep it for 2 or 3 years and mileage would be approx 5K - 8K as will buy another main car (which the Mrs can use and hopefully not break)
FatherTed
This is the one with the Renault engine if I'm not mistaken. Avoid!

It's definitely not the same engine as the Dacia Sandero gets, though. Definitely.

Edited By: markweatherill on Jun 21, 2016 17:49
First of all great listing with all the information you need, so well done. Secondly you must be a real petrol head to be able to tell the difference in manufacturer engines, behind all the padding Mercedes puts on their cars. Lastly the deal is not bad but there are deals out there with less upfront cost and more miles but might suit someone fine for a good run around.
If it had a Merc engine surely it would be more expenive.
If this is specifically what you want then it's an ok deal (as mentioned it can be had for less elsewhere). If you're looking for value, i'd avoid, save up and buy a proper Merc and not one with a Renault engine - you can get a Renault Clio for a fair saving with all the trimmings. Just my 2 pennies.

Edited By: HamStar50 on Jun 21, 2016 09:41
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Mercedes CLA Shooting Brake 200d Sport Estate @ 7,535.00 (227.99 p/m + £240 fee) select car leasing

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Another awesome deal from select car leasing , never seen these estate mercs near this low - same price as the 3dr Golf R ! 227.99 x 32 (9+23) 240 fee its 5k miles, extra miles circa £100 per 1…
check_your_bank Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago22 Comments
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check_your_bank
If you lease anything on a contract above 5k miles, you are doing yourself a disservice, even if you need 12k miles or whatever , do that math and don't waste you money - - extra £700 for 12k miles,

You can find a lease deal on this for less ? If so please post it -

I'd love to know where all these cold voters are seeing deals that beat the best on the internet for many recently posted vehicles.


Thabk all for stating this! Never thought of it like this. Im gna look for 5k miles now it's crazy how Muhammad cheaper it is! You have saved me £££££s sir!
skdotcom
check_your_bank
there is no restriction on mileage , above 5k its approx 10p a mile extra (so double mileage for extra £500) , which is cheaper than the higher mileage options.
Is there an 'canned response' option on here ?, there should be as this same question is asked on every lease deal which you could really answer yourself very easily if you looking at the deal.

I see too many comments about just going with the option paying the excess mileage, and from my experience it is foolish to do this.
I took out a lease deal last year with Arval. The excess mileage rate only applies for the first additional 10% over the stated allowance. After that they can charge you what they want as you are then outside the terms of the contract.

I'd check the T&Cs very carefully being assuming you can just pay the excess mileage on an unlimited number of miles.


What did they charge you within the 10%? Then after the 10%
check_your_bank
there is no restriction on mileage , above 5k its approx 10p a mile extra (so double mileage for extra £500) , which is cheaper than the higher mileage options.
Is there an 'canned response' option on here ?, there should be as this same question is asked on every lease deal which you could really answer yourself very easily if you looking at the deal.

I see too many comments about just going with the option paying the excess mileage, and from my experience it is foolish to do this.
I took out a lease deal last year with Arval. The excess mileage rate only applies for the first additional 10% over the stated allowance. After that they can charge you what they want as you are then outside the terms of the contract.

I'd check the T&Cs very carefully being assuming you can just pay the excess mileage on an unlimited number of miles.
Where can I get a golf r for this price?
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Ford Focus ST-3 Tdci 185 PCH/Lease 23x £161.99, deposit £1457.89 total £5,183.66 24 months @ select car leasing

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Absolutely insane price for this car! It's a £27000 car for £162 per month! The lower spec ST-2 is £244 per month.... Nearly £80 per month more for a lesser model!! Deal is based on 5k miles (add £…
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will never understand lease deals. I mean if you are mad enough to drive a brand new car out the show room and loose a fortune by the time you have got it home then yeah, this deal is for you. But I have never felt the need to drive a brand new motor, I'd rather buy second hand and get more for my money :)
Good for you - who gives a crap what you think, seeing as how you have added nothing to this thread about a lease deal apart from give us your world-wise wisdom on buying a second-hand car. Just to add to your wisdom, buying and leasing are 2 totally different things and should NOT be compared. Cheers anyway Mr Daley.

You gave a crap enough to reply to my comment ;) BTW welcome to the internet. If you don't like it you are welcome to use the off switch.


​I'm sure you are, well I know you are, in the minority with your comments here. 1341 degrees says otherwise. You're entitled to you blinkered vision. At least by you not taking up this offer, it allows someone else to benefit from a cracking deal. I wonder what car you drive. Don't answer because I really am not that interested.
I can't remember who it was, but found via contracthireandleasing.com. The admin fee was slightly less too, £180 I believe.

My car has just arrived - love it!

http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a260/retepetsir/ST3%20-%20Delivery%20Day_zpspyy7vfc7.jpg

Edited By: retepetsir on Jul 15, 2016 15:08: Added photo
retepetsir
They weren't great at contact to be honest although the admin/processing lady has been good. There are other brokers with similar deals now so my friend is using someone else.
I'm going with metallic midnight black as they really messed me about with colours, apparent stock issues and constant quote changes. They are now honouring the original £186 price for 10k miles. It also comes with the style pack.
I wanted the stealth grey non metallic but it's actually more expensive as the resale value of the car is then less.
Who is your friend using?
I did receive numerous prices, suddenly 'oh to pick any colour it's £5 on the base price, then the style pack is another £5', things like that.

Eventually they honoured the price advertised as I was about to walk away!
It has been very confusing because the website states different quotes and information than the guy that called me. I wanted Deep Impact Blue but was told there was no stock so went for White instead but was quote happy to find out that the style pack was included. I'm going to call them today to get some answers
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VW Golf 2.0 TSI R 3dr Nav £2051.89 deposit, 23x £227.99. £7,295.66 over 24 months lease/PCH @ selectcarleasing

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Best price around for this awesome car! Based on 5k miles, 8k takes price to £238 per month Deposit £2051.89 23 payments of £227.99 There is an unspecified admin fee which will be between £19…
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carboy
I am about to get this deal - but wanted to ask a question of those that have had the deal previously:
If i am going to use the car for just under 10,000 miles for the two year lease - should i pay for the maintenance inclusive option (tyres and servicing) or will most likely return the car before wearing out any tyres or needing to get the car serviced?
Thank you for your advice :)
Hi did you order a golf R? I'm thinking about one new for :
Sep 66 plate
DSG 5/door.
£296 a month £1777 upfront
£312 with maintenance £1888 upfront
2 year lease.
8000 miles.
You had a better deal??? Cheers.


Hi may i ask where you found that deal?


Hi sorry yeah that was with horizon. Got a slightly better deal now ordered one last wk with select car leasing.
Who are them quotes with?? I'll check them out.
See how much more with a DSG.
StealthGreyRS
carboy
I am about to get this deal - but wanted to ask a question of those that have had the deal previously:
If i am going to use the car for just under 10,000 miles for the two year lease - should i pay for the maintenance inclusive option (tyres and servicing) or will most likely return the car before wearing out any tyres or needing to get the car serviced?
Thank you for your advice :)
Hi did you order a golf R? I'm thinking about one new for :
Sep 66 plate
DSG 5/door.
£296 a month £1777 upfront
£312 with maintenance £1888 upfront
2 year lease.
8000 miles.
You had a better deal??? Cheers.


The deals i have been offered are:
233.13 x23 and 2098.17 @ 6000 miles

254.71 x 23 and 2292.32 @ 10000 miles

241.94 x23 and 2177.50 @ 8000 miles
Manual 3 door car with metallic paint, no maintenance and there is an admin. charge on top.





Edited By: carboy on Jun 28, 2016 17:34
StealthGreyRS
carboy
I am about to get this deal - but wanted to ask a question of those that have had the deal previously:
If i am going to use the car for just under 10,000 miles for the two year lease - should i pay for the maintenance inclusive option (tyres and servicing) or will most likely return the car before wearing out any tyres or needing to get the car serviced?
Thank you for your advice :)
Hi did you order a golf R? I'm thinking about one new for :
Sep 66 plate
DSG 5/door.
£296 a month £1777 upfront
£312 with maintenance £1888 upfront
2 year lease.
8000 miles.
You had a better deal??? Cheers.


Hi may i ask where you found that deal?
carboy
I am about to get this deal - but wanted to ask a question of those that have had the deal previously:
If i am going to use the car for just under 10,000 miles for the two year lease - should i pay for the maintenance inclusive option (tyres and servicing) or will most likely return the car before wearing out any tyres or needing to get the car serviced?
Thank you for your advice :)


Hi did you order a golf R? I'm thinking about one new for :
Sep 66 plate
DSG 5/door.
£296 a month £1777 upfront
£312 with maintenance £1888 upfront
2 year lease.
8000 miles.
You had a better deal??? Cheers.
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2Yr Lease , Golf R Estate 5k miles , 9 + 23 @ 261.59 + 240 fee @ select car leasing (£8,610.88)

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Latest spec includes winter pack (heated seats) and Nav as std. 240 fee 2354.31 initial 261.59 monthly 8610.88 total lease cost. Additional mileage approx 10p per mile.
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Yeah its only £500 to double the mileage, and oh how i'm looking forward to pretty much finite motoring costs for two years.
Good deal CYB for a very good all rounder of a car that'll do everything except impress the neighbors (until you mention the price).
You just need to add insurance, fuel, maybe a service(Every18k?), tyres and thats it for 2years risk free motoring(leasing comp pay the £185 tax per year). With a reasonable excess mile charge of 10p peeps can budget how much going over 10k will be quiet easily...but still no love.

I'm still waiting for the Saloon S3 310bhp 7sp to come up on SelectCarLeasing after seeing your deal of the S3 5dr.

Edited By: mishyuk on Jun 16, 2016 16:30
Sure you will, but you wont be able to carry your family and luggage with you and its might take you a while longer X)

You can hardly compare the use of a bike to the use of a 300hp 4wd estate car, come on.

And why leave it on the drive, if you have leased it and it only costs 10p a mile above the 5k?

You havn't even read or understood the deal, why look even if you are not in the market for a vehicle of this specification o.0

You want a 20k lease deal for a golf r estate at around 4k from what you are saying , never going to happen lol.
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chris8888
paying almost 9k for the car that you can't actually drive as 5k milage per Year is a joke and after 2 years you end up with nothing well this is not the greatest deal m8

9k and you cant drive the car ? i must have missed that bit :D

The benefits of leasing over owning have been discussed many times, try reading the advice and information in this thread where similar opinions were discussed, if you are not just a troll.

Its a great deal until someone finds a better one,


​mate 5k miles a Year im doing more on the bicycle I will have to leave this car on the driveway after 3 months so for me its ice cold for me as this car is not worth a half of this price
Pretty sure there arn't going to be any more deals like that again, that was a clearance of stock deal, which got messed up and vwfs offered out as new build too until the mistake was rectified and it was quickly closed off - some people did get bargains beyond belief though yes.

Chances of that happening again, as close to zero as you can get.

This is a very good deal, its 100 -200 per month less than most places, and this is the my17 model with an extra 2k of options built in , awesome deal if you are in the market for one.

VW tried there hardest to get a better price , but all they could do was 285 @ 9+23 so this is cheaper than direct even

If you are waiting for a better deal to come out i think it might be a while, if you are hoping to get this car for the price of a peugeot or a kia then just give up now as it won't happen, i assume people thing its cold because you can get a 'car' for less. *classifications of a car may vary :)
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Kia Sportage 1.6 GDI 1 5 dr £4,465.50. 2 year lease. 10,000 miles pa @ Select Car Leasing

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I have looked around various deals all weekend and this has come up the best. 3 months up front £164.25 = £492.75 23 months £164.25 = £3777.75 £195 arrangement fee Total £4465.50 Road Tax is…
nikkictc Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago92 Comments
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Jimmyboy
ripper1001
My sister owns a business, is there anything to stop me getting a lease deal in her name and drive it myself?
I believe if you lease through a business you can only claim 50% of the vat back so not much of a difference. Plus with a business lease I think she would have to complete the company car tax form (P46D? from memory) so would get taxed for a company car based on this ones rate.
All in all you would be better just taking it out as a person lease in your own name.


​Thanks for getting back to me
ripper1001
My sister owns a business, is there anything to stop me getting a lease deal in her name and drive it myself?
I believe if you lease through a business you can only claim 50% of the vat back so not much of a difference. Plus with a business lease I think she would have to complete the company car tax form (P46D? from memory) so would get taxed for a company car based on this ones rate.
All in all you would be better just taking it out as a person lease in your own name.

Edited By: Jimmyboy on Jul 22, 2016 09:48
My sister owns a business, is there anything to stop me getting a lease deal in her name and drive it myself?
nikkictc
BubaMan
Works out a touch more expensive than the Yes Lease deal but still good value - heated!
It actually works out cheaper when you include the yes lease processing fee


Yes lease add £300 on then a broker fee of up to £299 very misleading making most quotes £600 more
u664541
Just a note to stick up for main dealerships..........
Kia main dealer has offered the 1.6 GDi "2" model, 2 year lease, any colour, 10k miles for £181pm (9+23) + no arrangement fee which stacks up really well against Select Car Leasing, Yes Leasing and Leasing Options.

Well as part of my investigation, I found that my local Kia dealer was well over £2K more than the online broker for the new Sportage 4 that I went for. That's for 10k miles per year over 2 years. They couldn't come close.
I would certainly contact them as part of any investigation but my experience was they were way out. Mind you, with a current healthy demand and 12 weeks delivery for the cheaper models, I guess they couldn't be bothered even to try and come close.
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Audi S3 5dr - 2 year personal lease 263.99pm , 2375.89 deposit + 240 fee £8,687.66 @ select car leasing

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Spotted this good looking deal, anyone looking to lease an s3 ? 2 year lease at 5k miles 263.99 x 23 2375.89 initial 240 fee £8687.66 total lease cost
check_your_bank Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago21 Comments
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Will look at this. Had an A3 2.0TFSI s-line but find the ride in the Golf R a lot less firm. The S3 is definitely a nicer looking car than the Golf. Tough one.
rascalchops
dinky2016
m5rcc
Pay a £2k premium over an identical Golf R?
This is not identical to golf r now. It's a 2017 facelift, standard leather, standard satnav, 7 speed dsg. 310bhp now 20 more torque. Ive ordered just waiting for credit check
Very interested in this to replace an expiring Golf R. Is the DSG gearbox included in this price as the selectcarleasing website indicates manual gearbox?


It's £10 more I think for dsg. And he said £5 more for metallic which I'm going to go for, they have new paints available to, nano grey seems appealing. Reviews with golf r vs current model s3 lean towards the golf being a better driving experience, however after reading reviews on the new facelift s3 it seems it has had tweaks on the engine management etc making it a lot more exciting to drive
dinky2016
m5rcc
Pay a £2k premium over an identical Golf R?
This is not identical to golf r now. It's a 2017 facelift, standard leather, standard satnav, 7 speed dsg. 310bhp now 20 more torque. Ive ordered just waiting for credit check
Very interested in this to replace an expiring Golf R. Is the DSG gearbox included in this price as the selectcarleasing website indicates manual gearbox?
12dom89
I have emailed about this car and they won't be delivered until Jan/Feb 2017
I was advised September/October by Rivervale Leasing
I have emailed about this car and they won't be delivered until Jan/Feb 2017
443Expired

Skoda Yeti Personal Lease £4,001.26 at Select Car Leasing

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Skoda Yeti Outdoor Diesel Estate 2.0 TDI CR SE L 5dr 24 month lease @ £118.79 per month 9 month deposit of £1,069.09 Estimated fees of £200.00 (not obvious on website) Total cost of £4,001.26 or
Chalked Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago87 Comments
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Good spot
Thank you deeyup. Enquiry made.
Called them and got these prices, availability is in September+
Un-Maintained
3+23 15K
£300 Holding Fee, Refundable on delivery
£354 Admin Fee
Deposit £613.38
23 x £204.46
0.0588p Excess Mileage
Maintained
3+23 15K
£300 Holding Fee, Refundable on delivery
£354 Admin Fee
Deposit £723.30
23 x £241.10
0.092p Excess Mileage

Try this place. Cheaper by £30 a month.
https://www.contracthireandleasing.com/car-leasing-companies/independent-brokers/whitewater-contract-hire-and-leasing/skoda/yeti-outdoor/98248931/

Similar price to the op's deal for the lower mileage options.

Edited By: deeyup on May 20, 2016 17:53
Called them and got these prices, availability is in September+

Un-Maintained
3+23 15K
£300 Holding Fee, Refundable on delivery
£354 Admin Fee
Deposit £613.38
23 x £204.46
0.0588p Excess Mileage

Maintained
3+23 15K
£300 Holding Fee, Refundable on delivery
£354 Admin Fee
Deposit £723.30
23 x £241.10
0.092p Excess Mileage
Has anyone actually signed up for this car? I submitted the form yesterday and got the auto reply email. Not heard a thing since.
I suspect come Monday they'll be sold out or the deal has been pulled, hope I'm wrong though as I will definitely take one.

Same here no call back.
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Nissan Xtrail 2 year personal lease £4,700.00 Select Leasing

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I am on the look out for a family car having just welcomed my first child into the world. I have been tempted by a few but I am probably gonna pull the trigger on this. I think the Xtrail is a grea…
Cristiano Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago87 Comments
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My current lease ends in december 2016 (so 7 month).

Can I order this now and get it delivered for december? Is it worth doing that or should I wait?
Jerbs
Brilliant price. I can't understand how profit can be made on a £20k+ car that is leased for only £4700 over 2 years.


Because the don't pay VAT on the car if it had been leased out
tony1223
None in stock till oct


​i had this problem but I asked if they (nissan UK) had any cancelled orders and got it delivered just over two weeks later in red. great car. I uses select car leasing prices and got another company to match it as select car leasing took too long to come back to me. I think they thought I was a time waster
shame it is not a 7 seater
You can get the 7 seater xtrail. And is on an equally good special, but is more like £220 a month.
shame it is not a 7 seater
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Vw Caddy Life 2.0 TDI 24mth lease £119.99pm with £1079.99 deposit - Total £3,959.75 @ selectcarleasing

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My first deal so please be kind. Here you have a shiny new VW mvp for the price of a C1! 2L diesel engine which should guarantee decent performances and good fuel economy. the deal is for 10K miles
matteava Avatar7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago110 Comments
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Expired.

I will expire it then
Expired.
118luke
soldierboy001
118luke
soldierboy001
118luke
soldierboy001

I think you need to go back and read what I wrote Where did I say anything about having time to visit dealerships? Come on tell me.
Did you, or did you not say...
soldierboy001

Not everybody has the time or the ability to negotiate a deal with a dealership
Hence, my comment about MAKING time. "Not having time" is a poor excuse.
soldierboy001

And yes if you are not happy with buying a car take an EXPERT to help you out.
Yes now you admit that your finance cost you £1200 so lets add that into you equation,
And as i said, that is pretty much cancelled out when you consider there was no upfront payment needed like there is in leases.
soldierboy001

and as I stated the forums are awash with people that have had problems with new cars and failures of parts both major and minor. Just because in your circle of friends you have not heard anything does not mean it does not happen.
Yes new cars do go faulty (show me where i said they dont) - but something as extreme as an engine failure/gearbox as you quoted is extremely rare, and 9/10 times it is not due to the part itself being faulty, but either the user or mechanic doing something wrong. Example - someone i know had a 1 year old Nissan qashqai in for a service, the garage did not tighten the oil sump plug back up fully, and all the oil ended up coming out - seizing the engine. Was that the cars fault? Nope. Anyway - how have you managed to spin this onto new cars? You were taking about 4/5 year old cars having engine problems, but by all means: show me a link where there are pages of engine/gearbox issues at cars of 4/5 year old?
soldierboy001

Nobody said you don't have to change your car every 2/3 years but it's nice if you can at a reasonable cost and also negate the loss of value at the same time.
But leasing will still cost you more in the long run, no matter how you look at it. Yes you get a shiny new motor, but you are paying for it in the long run.
soldierboy001

Your first statement that it seems as if I am against leasing I'm not sure how you conjured up that fact as because if it was not for the fact of uncertainty of getting my next car at the correct time I might be fully in favour of Lease/PCP deals, but I never mentioned this fact so I think you are way out of order, and need a second reading.
Now this really has got me confused. How do you come to that? Quotes/explanations needed please.
Nevermind me re-reading what you wrote - try re-reading what I wrote
Besides which anyway - its no skin off my nose what you do with your money.
If you think leasing is better value then go for it my friend. Ill stick to my ex-demo for the time being (which im paying absolutely nothing for now other than £110/year tax and £30/year Mot). Actually, being honest - i had 2 new tyres on a couple of months back costing £200 and new brake pads for £50. (So, call it 2 months lease money?)
Oh, and the money ive saved from NOT leasing these last 4 years actually paid for most of the deposit on the house i'm living in now.
See you are twisting words, I wrote " not everybody has the time or ability to NEGOTIATE a deal with a dealership, " which is different to what you are alleging I said, people on these sites are going to a dealership for test drives and then signing up for these deals . And I stand by my words that have been reported on, both in the press and on TV,
Watchdog etc. about faulty young cars.
Eh?? If you dont have the ability to negotiate than take someone with you who does! Hence what i wrote in the next sentence. Its common sense and part of the car buying process.
You really should read what i write properly. I dont need to twist any words - its in black and white above.
Im still waiting for evidence of engine/gearbox failures being commonplace in young cars btw... or did you dream that one up? Saying 'you saw it on tv once upon a time' isnt really evidence. And watchdog more often than not report on issues where there has been a mass manufacturing fault, and the cars are usually recalled shortly afterwords - so the consumer wouldnt have to pay anything anyway.
You are persistently wrong and I am not going to satisfy you by trolling through the internet just to satisfy you. I know I am right and so do others as these things have been written about often. If you choose to think differently just to try to make you feel correct then do so, it does not bother me.

Persistently wrong? Oh well - you cant make a leopard change its spots i suppose. Hardly anything you have written has made sense, and contrary to what you think - dont need to "feel correct" at all. Likewise, (back to the original point) if you want to spend (waste) money on leasing then go ahead, its your money and wont affect me in the slightest.


​have a look up the page at my actual costs, for me leasing works, others it may not.
soldierboy001
118luke
soldierboy001
118luke
soldierboy001

I think you need to go back and read what I wrote Where did I say anything about having time to visit dealerships? Come on tell me.
Did you, or did you not say...
soldierboy001

Not everybody has the time or the ability to negotiate a deal with a dealership
Hence, my comment about MAKING time. "Not having time" is a poor excuse.
soldierboy001

And yes if you are not happy with buying a car take an EXPERT to help you out.
Yes now you admit that your finance cost you £1200 so lets add that into you equation,
And as i said, that is pretty much cancelled out when you consider there was no upfront payment needed like there is in leases.
soldierboy001

and as I stated the forums are awash with people that have had problems with new cars and failures of parts both major and minor. Just because in your circle of friends you have not heard anything does not mean it does not happen.
Yes new cars do go faulty (show me where i said they dont) - but something as extreme as an engine failure/gearbox as you quoted is extremely rare, and 9/10 times it is not due to the part itself being faulty, but either the user or mechanic doing something wrong. Example - someone i know had a 1 year old Nissan qashqai in for a service, the garage did not tighten the oil sump plug back up fully, and all the oil ended up coming out - seizing the engine. Was that the cars fault? Nope. Anyway - how have you managed to spin this onto new cars? You were taking about 4/5 year old cars having engine problems, but by all means: show me a link where there are pages of engine/gearbox issues at cars of 4/5 year old?
soldierboy001

Nobody said you don't have to change your car every 2/3 years but it's nice if you can at a reasonable cost and also negate the loss of value at the same time.
But leasing will still cost you more in the long run, no matter how you look at it. Yes you get a shiny new motor, but you are paying for it in the long run.
soldierboy001

Your first statement that it seems as if I am against leasing I'm not sure how you conjured up that fact as because if it was not for the fact of uncertainty of getting my next car at the correct time I might be fully in favour of Lease/PCP deals, but I never mentioned this fact so I think you are way out of order, and need a second reading.
Now this really has got me confused. How do you come to that? Quotes/explanations needed please.
Nevermind me re-reading what you wrote - try re-reading what I wrote
Besides which anyway - its no skin off my nose what you do with your money.
If you think leasing is better value then go for it my friend. Ill stick to my ex-demo for the time being (which im paying absolutely nothing for now other than £110/year tax and £30/year Mot). Actually, being honest - i had 2 new tyres on a couple of months back costing £200 and new brake pads for £50. (So, call it 2 months lease money?)
Oh, and the money ive saved from NOT leasing these last 4 years actually paid for most of the deposit on the house i'm living in now.
See you are twisting words, I wrote " not everybody has the time or ability to NEGOTIATE a deal with a dealership, " which is different to what you are alleging I said, people on these sites are going to a dealership for test drives and then signing up for these deals . And I stand by my words that have been reported on, both in the press and on TV,
Watchdog etc. about faulty young cars.
Eh?? If you dont have the ability to negotiate than take someone with you who does! Hence what i wrote in the next sentence. Its common sense and part of the car buying process.
You really should read what i write properly. I dont need to twist any words - its in black and white above.
Im still waiting for evidence of engine/gearbox failures being commonplace in young cars btw... or did you dream that one up? Saying 'you saw it on tv once upon a time' isnt really evidence. And watchdog more often than not report on issues where there has been a mass manufacturing fault, and the cars are usually recalled shortly afterwords - so the consumer wouldnt have to pay anything anyway.
You are persistently wrong and I am not going to satisfy you by trolling through the internet just to satisfy you. I know I am right and so do others as these things have been written about often. If you choose to think differently just to try to make you feel correct then do so, it does not bother me.

Persistently wrong? Oh well - you cant make a leopard change its spots i suppose. Hardly anything you have written has made sense, and contrary to what you think - dont need to "feel correct" at all. Likewise, (back to the original point) if you want to spend (waste) money on leasing then go ahead, its your money and wont affect me in the slightest.
118luke
soldierboy001
118luke
soldierboy001

I think you need to go back and read what I wrote Where did I say anything about having time to visit dealerships? Come on tell me.
Did you, or did you not say...
soldierboy001

Not everybody has the time or the ability to negotiate a deal with a dealership
Hence, my comment about MAKING time. "Not having time" is a poor excuse.
soldierboy001

And yes if you are not happy with buying a car take an EXPERT to help you out.
Yes now you admit that your finance cost you £1200 so lets add that into you equation,
And as i said, that is pretty much cancelled out when you consider there was no upfront payment needed like there is in leases.
soldierboy001

and as I stated the forums are awash with people that have had problems with new cars and failures of parts both major and minor. Just because in your circle of friends you have not heard anything does not mean it does not happen.
Yes new cars do go faulty (show me where i said they dont) - but something as extreme as an engine failure/gearbox as you quoted is extremely rare, and 9/10 times it is not due to the part itself being faulty, but either the user or mechanic doing something wrong. Example - someone i know had a 1 year old Nissan qashqai in for a service, the garage did not tighten the oil sump plug back up fully, and all the oil ended up coming out - seizing the engine. Was that the cars fault? Nope. Anyway - how have you managed to spin this onto new cars? You were taking about 4/5 year old cars having engine problems, but by all means: show me a link where there are pages of engine/gearbox issues at cars of 4/5 year old?
soldierboy001

Nobody said you don't have to change your car every 2/3 years but it's nice if you can at a reasonable cost and also negate the loss of value at the same time.
But leasing will still cost you more in the long run, no matter how you look at it. Yes you get a shiny new motor, but you are paying for it in the long run.
soldierboy001

Your first statement that it seems as if I am against leasing I'm not sure how you conjured up that fact as because if it was not for the fact of uncertainty of getting my next car at the correct time I might be fully in favour of Lease/PCP deals, but I never mentioned this fact so I think you are way out of order, and need a second reading.
Now this really has got me confused. How do you come to that? Quotes/explanations needed please.
Nevermind me re-reading what you wrote - try re-reading what I wrote
Besides which anyway - its no skin off my nose what you do with your money.
If you think leasing is better value then go for it my friend. Ill stick to my ex-demo for the time being (which im paying absolutely nothing for now other than £110/year tax and £30/year Mot). Actually, being honest - i had 2 new tyres on a couple of months back costing £200 and new brake pads for £50. (So, call it 2 months lease money?)
Oh, and the money ive saved from NOT leasing these last 4 years actually paid for most of the deposit on the house i'm living in now.
See you are twisting words, I wrote " not everybody has the time or ability to NEGOTIATE a deal with a dealership, " which is different to what you are alleging I said, people on these sites are going to a dealership for test drives and then signing up for these deals . And I stand by my words that have been reported on, both in the press and on TV,
Watchdog etc. about faulty young cars.
Eh?? If you dont have the ability to negotiate than take someone with you who does! Hence what i wrote in the next sentence. Its common sense and part of the car buying process.
You really should read what i write properly. I dont need to twist any words - its in black and white above.
Im still waiting for evidence of engine/gearbox failures being commonplace in young cars btw... or did you dream that one up? Saying 'you saw it on tv once upon a time' isnt really evidence. And watchdog more often than not report on issues where there has been a mass manufacturing fault, and the cars are usually recalled shortly afterwords - so the consumer wouldnt have to pay anything anyway.



You are persistently wrong and I am not going to satisfy you by trolling through the internet just to satisfy you. I know I am right and so do others as these things have been written about often. If you choose to think differently just to try to make you feel correct then do so, it does not bother me.
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Range Rover Evoque eD4 SE 5dr 2wd £299.00 per month selectcarleasing

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https://www.selectcarleasing.co.uk/car-leasing/land_rover/range_rover_evoque/suv/20_ed4_se_5dr_2wd/68539.html £299 if you pay 9months upfront with option for maintenance.
amit90k Avatar7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago20 Comments
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groenleader
I think its so funny that people would think someone else is "rich" if they were driving, owning or leasing a an Evoque! I suppose it all depends where you come from and live but its hardly expensive in the scheme of things. Most of all its the bottom RR!
I do believe the convertible version will become very popular though!

I don't know, as mentioned this thing is more expensive than getting a taxi
Sharpharp
majortom
Sharpharp
The only this deal Evoques is winter votes
English please?

Suggest you go watch Sesame street if you are having trouble


​I watched it but still don't understand your post. perhaps you could explain which bit of sesame street you're referring to?
majortom
Sharpharp
The only this deal Evoques is winter votes
English please?

Suggest you go watch Sesame street if you are having trouble
majortom
Ten grand for 16,000 miles ... couldn't I get a taxi for that price?

Why would you want to own a taxi? (Unless you're a taxi driver of course)

Edited By: topss on Apr 21, 2016 11:01: .
Ten grand for 16,000 miles ... couldn't I get a taxi for that price?
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Mercedes e220 bluetec SE leasing deal £199+vat per month with 9month upfront £7,679.62 @ Select Car Leasing

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nice deal for a e Class total cost over 2 years is 6599+vat business deal yearly mileage 10000
kanaparthy Avatar10m, 8h agoFound 10 months, 8 hours ago1 Comment
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Unfortunately the personal lease isn't as good as the business lease, and with the new E class due soon, there should be better deals than this for personal users.
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VW Polo 1.8 TSI GTI 3dr £4,632.85 @ selectcarleasing

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Hi, Thought this was a great little deal and worth sharing. So yes it's a polo and yes it should be top of the range but no cruise control or climate control as standard.... But looks nice and d…
jusgottadoit Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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liamf12
Seems like a reasonable deal to me.
As for compensation, do you really think VAG car owners care about emissions? They mostly drive without consideration for other road users, tailgate, speed, never use indicators, queue jump and cut people up. It's the rest of us that should be paid compensation by VAG.
Please vote this deal hot though, i
f VAG drivers buy other makes we won't know who to watch out for on the roads
"Simples" - They'll all just buy an alternate German make so you'll really only need to look out for BMW's and Mercs:p.
nathan3007
Where's the link?


Click get deal....
Where's the link?
Its a good deal why is there no heat
Seems like a reasonable deal to me.
As for compensation, do you really think VAG car owners care about emissions? They mostly drive without consideration for other road users, tailgate, speed, never use indicators, queue jump and cut people up. It's the rest of us that should be paid compensation by VAG.
Please vote this deal hot though, if VAG drivers buy other makes we won't know who to watch out for on the roads.
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr 2 year lease 10k miles/year £5,298.85 (+fees) @ selectcarleasing

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Seems like a very good deal for a 2 year lease with 10,000 miles per year.
jeeves Avatar10m, 3w agoFound 10 months, 3 weeks ago261 Comments
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My dealer (ridgeway) does free 5 day drive away insurance
Mine has just left the factory! How long do you reckon it'll take from now
Mine was delivered by Audi Slough yesterday. Ordered through CHL on 15th Jan but some paperwork still said "Select Car Leasing" Looks nice in black 8)
nikkictc
Has anyone else had a phone call saying their car won't be built now till June??? I have gone through select car leasing and was told to expect a March/April delivery. They have offered me the 1.4 Se model so far with early April delivery but working out £800 more expensive??

No i got the call saying the car was now in the UK and would be available in 10 days or so. Asked for April delivery at point of ordering and thats what I appear to have got
Has anyone else had a phone call saying their car won't be built now till June??? I have gone through select car leasing and was told to expect a March/April delivery. They have offered me the 1.4 Se model so far with early April delivery but working out £800 more expensive??

Edited By: nikkictc on Mar 23, 2016 07:04
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