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CORSA 1.3 CDTI ECOFLEX LIMITED EDITION 5DR £107.99 per month 23+12 £3,979.65 @ Tilsun Vehicle Contracts

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This is another cheap lease deal for the corsa limited edition 1.3cdti. 24 month lease contract Upfront payment of £1,295.88. (12 monthly payments upfront) Followed by £107.99 per month (for the n…
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How is that possibly a good deal with 12 payments up front?


It's a great deal for brainless folk.
Corsa..... Completely take the fun out ad driving
How is that possibly a good deal with 12 payments up front?
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NISSAN QASHQAI 1.5 dCi Acenta Premium 5dr diesel £222 x 6+23 (6,438) @ Tilsun Vehicle Contracts £6,348.00

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Not sure how well the 1.5dCi engine performs in a car this size. Quoted 74 mpg on combined cycle, though it's not the quickest vehicle off the mark. Quoted Urban MPG is 67. 10k pa
loofer Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago20 Comments
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i have the 1.2 petrol Acenta Premium on business lease direct from our local nissan dealer and including VAT we are paying the same price as the deal posted above. The dealer was actually cheaper than a lot of lease companies we tried. Its a fantastic car but I wouldnt choose the petrol engine next time as it is pretty thirsty (and I dont have a heavy right foot!). Will be back to diesel for me

I'd be interested to know what sort of mpg are you getting from the 1.2 petrol ?...... in town and on a run ?
loofer
TT6k
Hired one of these a few weeks ago, did 275 miles in a day, got the average mpg on the display to 71.4. Not a bad motor, fair amount of nip to it, very good spec level. Would consider one if the Zafira dies.
Was it definitely the 1.5dCi engine?
Nissan also do this car in the 1.6 dCi which is slightly more powerful. MPG figure drops a bit but still impressive

..................1.6dCi...... 1.5dCi
bhp/Nm.....128/320...108/260
0-60...........9.6...........11.5
mpg...........64.............74
VED Band..C..............A

Yep, deffo 1.5. No prizes for speed records, but not a bad little motor. Beats the 30mpg from my Zafira 2.2 auto petrol.
TT6k
Hired one of these a few weeks ago, did 275 miles in a day, got the average mpg on the display to 71.4. Not a bad motor, fair amount of nip to it, very good spec level. Would consider one if the Zafira dies.
Was it definitely the 1.5dCi engine?
Nissan also do this car in the 1.6 dCi which is slightly more powerful. MPG figure drops a bit but still impressive

..................1.6dCi...... 1.5dCi
bhp/Nm.....128/320...108/260
0-60...........9.6...........11.5
mpg...........64.............74
VED Band..C..............A
i have the 1.2 petrol Acenta Premium on business lease direct from our local nissan dealer and including VAT we are paying the same price as the deal posted above. The dealer was actually cheaper than a lot of lease companies we tried. Its a fantastic car but I wouldnt choose the petrol engine next time as it is pretty thirsty (and I dont have a heavy right foot!). Will be back to diesel for me
most cars are around 75%-80% of the manufacturer mpg figures that you will be achieve in real life driving. have a look on honest John mpg website.
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Mercedes E CLASS E220 BlueTEC AMG Line 5dr 7G-Tronic diesel estate for £299.99 x 23+6 (£8,700) lease @ Tilsun Vehicle Contracts £8,700.00

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OK, it's no Golf R and the 2.1 engine maybe a little under-powered for some people considering it's an Estate. Mileage is 10k pa £300 x 29 (6+23) = £8,700 RRP is £38,500 but best price I could
loofer Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago41 Comments
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Had a 64 reg C250 coupe on hire yesterday. Don't like automatics so wasn't impressed with it.

Of course just before handing it back in a gave it some welly and it flew.
need 350 at least for this size of car
2.2 litre Engine, how can you call it underpowered , put your foot down and these things shift like hell!!!
Although it depends if the Fiesta driver in front can stop hogging the right hand lane
DazzyB
wseed
DazzyB
I used to have a c220 with the 5 speed auto gearbox. I have to say I found it underpowered.

DazzyB
[quote=Emeye] Having lived with one for 3 years, I'd partially agree, I'm not sure I'd say it was unrefined, but it certainly feels like a previous generation unit compared to modern VAG /BMW diesels.

If you had the 5 speed auto I'm pretty sure it actually was the previous gen engine.

Possibly, it was a 2009 w204 that I had from new???? Specs seem to be about the same as this though, but this might suggest now twin-turbo?

http://paultan.org/2008/04/11/new-mercedes-benz-om651-twin-turbodiesel/
A small turbo and a large turbo... by definition that isn't really a twin turbo is it? More a bi-turbo I would have thought
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DazzyB
I used to have a c220 with the 5 speed auto gearbox. I have to say I found it underpowered.

DazzyB
[quote=Emeye] Having lived with one for 3 years, I'd partially agree, I'm not sure I'd say it was unrefined, but it certainly feels like a previous generation unit compared to modern VAG /BMW diesels.

If you had the 5 speed auto I'm pretty sure it actually was the previous gen engine.

Possibly, it was a 2009 w204 that I had from new???? Specs seem to be about the same as this though, but this might suggest now twin-turbo?

http://paultan.org/2008/04/11/new-mercedes-benz-om651-twin-turbodiesel/

Edited By: DazzyB on Oct 09, 2014 10:06: more info
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BMW 530d m sport auto on lease 10k 6+23 £371.99 inc vat (Personal lease) @ Tilsun group £10,787.71

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Best price i can see for a 530d sport auto, and cheaper than most of the noisy smaller diesels, unless they have changed anything this would be single turbo. Not found any deals for the twin. Dont
skinnywhippit Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago20 Comments
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why lease a car if you have to give it back in the end. i never get these deals.

i would understand if it was like a contract you apy every month till you pay it off like a phone but this doesnt make sense if in the end you dont own it

because it's cheaper to lease it for 2 years than to buy new and suffer the depreciation over 2 years.
i mean you wont lose 10k value in two years on a second hand one.
toshapetriji
doctordsmiley
why lease a car if you have to give it back in the end. i never get these deals.

i would understand if it was like a contract you apy every month till you pay it off like a phone but this doesnt make sense if in the end you dont own it

because it's cheaper to lease it for 2 years than to buy new and suffer the depreciation over 2 years.
or better to buy second hand and sell it after 2 years.
This works out at 465 roughly when you factor in deposit. So not a great deal
They drive wonderfully but personally I think the design is awful & too huge. Seat position is too low and unsupportive. Then again, you can pay mega bucks to get a different one. Eg a model at £36k when you add stuff that actually should be included comes out at £48k!
Still expensive compared to an eclass
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Tilsun Group, Ford Focus 1.6 TDCi 115 Zetec. £99.99 + vat per month, £1199.88 + vat deposit. 24 months lease, 10 k miles per year. £4,199.65

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Works out a bit cheaper than the deal which was posted recently, bigger deposit and smaller monthly payments.
steadyeddie Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago97 Comments
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why expired? this is still on the website and I have ordered mine!
Got mine absolutely stunning car! Great service from Tilsun too :)
Thanks OP.

I just signed on a Titanium Navigator. Works out at £180+VAT inc maintenance. Admin fee has been taken and all proofs accepted.

Really happy with this as I nearly spent around £7k on a used Focus yesterday. This way I keep cash in the bank and hopefully get to buy this at the end of the agreement for a good price.

Thanks again.

btw, there was a £199+VAT fee.



Edited By: makavelli on Oct 28, 2014 15:17: Incorrect cost
I don't even want a car, but this is a stonking deal!
Heat from me
vale of clwyd
Email from Tilsun"Hi XXXXXXXXTo secure a vehicle with our suppliers, I will require a copy of the attached customer order and the following proofs:In addition to the completed application form the finance company will require the following proofs of address:Copy of drivers licence in current address - both the photocard and paper part!Confirmation of your car allowance. - The finance company will accept one of the following:Wageslip showing the car allowance as part of your salaryorA letter, on headed paper, from your employer confirming your car allowanceor Contract of employment stating the car allowance· Copy of proof of address from the following list*:Gas, water, electric, landline phone or TV licence (MUST DATED WITHIN LAST 3 MONTHS)orMortgage statement, tenancy agreement or council tax bill (DATED WITHIN LAST 12 MONTHS)orMost recent wageslip showing current address Can you get these to me asap as stock is going very quickly and I cannot reserve the vehicle without all the docs. They can be scanned and emailed to me."______________________________________________________________________Sent Tilsun word doc on headed paper which said2nd October 2014To whom it may concernConfirmation of fuel allowanceThis letter confirms that XXXXX has a XXXX Expenses account with XXXXX. In the event of xxxx using his own car for business purposes, he is eligible to claim back the mileage through xxxxx Expenses for the fuel he uses, providing the car is suitably insured for business use and registered on xxxxxx Expenses.xxxx xxxxxHR Coordinator

Thats the same sort of letter my employer sent. Seemed fine for the lease company.

An update on mine - Lease documents sent back to Tilsun last Friday, Tilsun emailed yesterday and said I should get the car in 16 days ish. They have been very efficient so far.

Edited By: grayslick on Oct 14, 2014 09:54
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FORD FOCUS 1.6 TDCi 115 Zetec 5dr diesel hatchback £1,285 deposit + £142.79/month from The Tilsun Group

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This offer is based on Contract Hire 24 mths, Based on 10k miles p.a. Prices shown are based on 10,000 miles per annum unless stated otherwise. Higher or lower initial payment amounts, 2 to 5 year quo…
elrasho Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago87 Comments
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That Evans 1+23 deal looks superb! Anybody drive a Kuga? Looks like a big motor..
monkeyhanger75
For these 1+23 deals, don't you just end up paying the same over a term as a 6+23 deal?

Take a lease deal that's got £5k all in costs, you can do 6+23 and pay £172 a month after £1034 down, or do 24 payments of £208 a month (i've left the pennies out of the sums).
Pretty much, yes. Might be a tad different due to them effectively financing you a little bit more, but we are talking pennies.

I've added the quote that I referred to - Have blocked out email addresses, but can't believe he would mind me sharing the quote, as there was nothing special in any way.
http://tinypic.com/r/m3vo7/8

Hmmm - lets try agin with the pic
[img]http://i60.tinypic.com/m3vo7.jpg[/img]

Edited By: ghostm4n on Sep 23, 2014 20:32
For these 1+23 deals, don't you just end up paying the same over a term as a 6+23 deal?

Take a lease deal that's got £5k all in costs, you can do 6+23 and pay £172 a month after £1034 down, or do 24 payments of £208 a month (i've left the pennies out of the sums).
Just had one quote for a Ford Kuga 140 Titanium X, at £286 Inc VAT per month for 2 years with no deposit (ie a 1+23 deal). That's actually quite a bit less than I was paying in my old scheme for my S-MAX (Albeit that doesn't include maintenance).[/quote]With no deposit? Are you sure? That sounds like an excellent deal!
Is it from Tilsun?[/quote]
Got it through Whatcar dot com leasing section, and comes straight from Evans Halshaw.

There is no deposit. As I said though, I do next to mileage, so my quote is based on only 6,000 miles a year. I'm about to give my company car after 4 years, and have literally today just knocked it over the 20k miles.

I just asked for another quote on the sport version of the Kuga above, and that has come back at £309,99 per month, 1+23 terms.

There is also no maintenance include in those numbers, so need to account for that possibly as well.
marcushouse
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rbrookes
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What's the point in having a diesel if you're only doing 10k miles a year.
They don't make economical sense till around 18k and so you have to put up with poor low down acceleration and foul carcinogenic fumes at extra cost.
Yes, diesels have improved but a petrol equivalent will be smoother with better accelaration from standstill. Cold!


what the hell are you on about??? modern turbo diesels have much better low down torque. put in much better fuel economy and this lease deal is no brainer

No, I had a Focus diesel recently and it had zero low down torque to the point where if it was fully laden it was a struggle to stop it from stalling and until it hit the power nothing and I mean nothing happened.

The fuel economy doesn't kick in until well over £10k

sounds like the egr valve was clogged up with crap, quick clean or a blanking plate would have restored the performance.

I have a brand new Ford Focus for work, same model as this and he's right. Near zero torque low down in the rev range.

So a brand new focus needs an egr value clean?
Rubbish!

Turbo diesels have no torque without the assistance of the turbo. If you try to put your foot down at 1300rpm and wondering why very little happens then you're not driving it right. Outside of 1st and 2nd gear, if you want to maintain a speed then have it sitting at 30mph in 4th doing 1200 revs, or 40mph in 6th doing 1100 revs, but for God's sake, if you are sitting at 40 in 6th and want to accelerate, knock it down to 3rd or 4th and let the engine use the turbo.

So many people think diesels are crap when they're not being driven right. Don't be afraid to rev a turbo diesel.

Edited By: monkeyhanger75 on Sep 23, 2014 17:27
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Mercedes E CLASS E350 BlueTEC AMG Line Premium Plus 5dr Tip Auto diesel estate for £289.99pm+VAT (£10,091.65) @ Tilsun Vehicle Contracts

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a steal to run such a car. list price on this must be in the region of 45/50k. 9 speed box, 0-60<7 sec and you can get all the kids stuff in the back. 6+23 @ £289.99+VAT total cost over th…
cartzuk Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago100 Comments
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wished it was the sedan model :)
Has anyone actually ordered one of these? The numbers seem too good to be true!
Smartlease is a very good starting point.
AyCaramba
wakeywarrior
AyCaramba
wakeywarrior
Great deal. There are some foolish people on here re 'renting' cars. The car is a depreciating asset. If you want a new car of this quality, if you bought it you'd lose circa 8k a year in depreciation. It costs you 5K a year on lease. You'd have to be mad to buy the thing and also lay down 40k in cash or loan! Change your mindset. I used to buy all my cars. Sometimes kept them 5-6 years, but when you sell it has depreciated. Currently I am running a new CLS Shooting Brake. It's a 52k car and I have it on lease at 2 payments down, 326 a month inclusive of Vat at 12K miles a year incl Road Tax on a 2 year lease. So it's 4K a year. It costs as much to run a new Mondeo. If I bought it, it would cost me at least 8, and possibly 10 a year in depreciation. Admittedly I got a cracking deal, but 4-5k a year to drive around in a top end new Merc is peanuts if that is what you want to spend your money on and can afford looking at this end if the market. Again, I'd simply be an idiot to buy one.

Wow. That's a ridiculous deal. How did you land it?

I deal with a company that gets them directly from MB Corporate, and just lucky they had one left I think- it was even cheaper than my EClass I had before. Doubt I'll do as well next time, it's a nice car and people keep knocking on my window etc to tell me so- think its because you rarely see one on the road.

Seriously though, if you know where to do your deal, lease cars in the UK are getting to USA prices ( in fact I haven't seen a Merc in US at the price I paid), got Mrs Wakey a new Nissan Qashquai on 2 year lease, high end model with all the bells and whistles, for £240 a month, 2 down, 2 year deal. So we have 75 grand of metal for the princely sum of 580 a month- why buy?

Thanks for the clarification. My last car was a leased 520d, in Germany though and that was a decent deal for the newly released shape. Care to enlighten me/us as to where to look for decent deals in the UK please, bearing in mind that I'm still unsure of what car to go for? (other than the linked website, of course). Incidentally, a 420d was posted a short while after this deal and that is actually very tempting.
Amazing looking car in all it's formats, mercs done an awesome job with looks. In fact in my opinion in all formats it top it's rivals in the looks
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Mercedes SLK 250 CDI AMG Sport 2dr Tip Auto diesel roadster for £390/m @ Tilsun Vehicle Contracts £9,400.00

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Initial payment upfront of £1700 then 23 month lease at £335 per month so £9400 for two years (390/m) not bad for a €£40k car. Not for everybody I know but a great offer compared to the other main lea…
biggysilly Avatar2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago3 Comments
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zermattbusby
Dave, is that 6 + 23 including VAT? How many miles P/A?

Cheers

That was for 10k miles P/A, maintenance not included, but i could have any colour and any interior. yes it was 6 months upfront so was 1468.74. maintenance cost me 300. I would give contact details out but im sure the guy will go mad if i do as its his mobile number.

never seen a deal compare, when i first went into mercedes they were saying they only had deals like the one in this thread, but after being passed on to management i was offered this, people in the showroom have a computer and what it says is all they can do, they cant do deals like the people above them can. Always worth arguing the price and ask to be passed on to someone with authority!

Edited By: Dave_c on Aug 14, 2014 12:04
Dave, is that 6 + 23 including VAT? How many miles P/A?

Cheers
i got this car for 244.79 a month and 1400 upfront direct with Mercedes in dartford. If you speak to an area manager or anyone from daimler they can put you on the fleet pricing even as personal. They just collect all the orders and do it this way a lot cheaper! also that pictures the non amg kit ;)
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BMW 5 SERIES 530D M SPORT 4DR STEP AUTO Lease - Tilson Group £359.99 pm for 2Y

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Lease deal for a cracking car. Superb value for those in the market for a lease deal. This is based on 10K a year driving for 2 years. 6 + 23 Months deal Personal Leasing £359.99 (Inc. VAT) In…
elpatcho Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago27 Comments
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Because they are often driven by less than polite individuals???

I'm sure that's true of ALL cars. Have you conducted any research which indicates that BMW drivers are less polite than the drivers of any other makes of car? If so, kindly please share it. If not....

Oddly enough I have done my research
As I'm driving along, whenever I see examples of impolite driving I look at the badge on the back.
My unscientific straw poll has the BMW drivers way out front - no pun intended!
Anyway lets not let become 'handbags at dawn', have a sense of humour about it

Sounds as though your sample may not be statistically relevant....
peterfoster
stuart07970
Because they are often driven by less than polite individuals???

I'm sure that's true of ALL cars. Have you conducted any research which indicates that BMW drivers are less polite than the drivers of any other makes of car? If so, kindly please share it. If not....

Oddly enough I have done my research
As I'm driving along, whenever I see examples of impolite driving I look at the badge on the back.
My unscientific straw poll has the BMW drivers way out front - no pun intended!
Anyway lets not let become 'handbags at dawn', have a sense of humour about it
Nice car. Seems a bargain.
peterfoster
kindly please explain the physical indications and your thought processes which lead you to conclude

Do you speak to people like that in person?
Stevet29
Anyone driving a new white car is most likely driving a company car!quote]

Why do you think that's so?

[quote=Stevet29]Although white cars are popular right now (as they were briefly in the 80's) they are generally difficult to sell second hand after the fad of having a white car passes and are worth less than the same car in a nice metallic/pearlescent colour.

Who can predict future trends! Perhaps white cars will become even more popular than they are currently....
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I thought these only got obtained through motability, sure seems that way by me.
Your thinking of the Nissan Joke.
Nope, definitely the quackquack, so many of these with blue badges in the Wirral/Ellesmere Port area.
Khio77
jackwang
Granny car cold
Hardly.............not many Grannies driving these.
yes they do
kintheuk
I thought these only got obtained through motability, sure seems that way by me.
Your thinking of the Nissan Joke.
I thought these only got obtained through motability, sure seems that way by me.
You should seriouly consider converting to Judasim or something haha
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LEASE : VAUXHALL CORSA 1.6T VXR 3dr hatchback 24mths @ tilsungroup £4,409.77

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Not bad if you want one: PERSONAL LEASE initial payment £1512 inc vat then 23 payments of £125.99 inc vat every month this is a 24 month and 10,000 mile a year deal. so totals in at £4410.
Gavinh1 Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago24 Comments
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Yes I can claim that, just looked into it! Will see what my manager says.
Mine is 8k miles on a 6+35 basis, I think the 6k on the G2L site is a mistake.
Try THIS one
I remember speaking to Tilsun and the guy told me that if you asked your employer to give you a letter stating that they would pay you x pence per mile IF you had to use your car for business purposes, then that would suffice. Worth looking into.

Edited By: steadyeddie on May 01, 2014 13:10
steadyeddie, assume this is what you went for?

http://www.gateway2lease.com/z_vauxhall_corsa_1.6tvxr192bhp3dr-new_15170_leasing.php

Is yours 6k per annum? Could do with at least 8k and preferably 10k myself.
Turns out the first vehicle leasing need business mileage claim proof so no good for me.
Mine was in stock, taking just over 3 weeks from initial enquiry to delivery, it takes a lot longer if you order from factory.
Cruise is standard
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n NISSAN JUKE 1.6 [94] VISIA 5DR HATCHBACK 24 month lease 125.99 per month after initial payment of 1260 @ Tilsun Vehicle Contracts £4,283.76

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This offer is based onContract Hire 24 mths, Based on 10k miles p.a. Prices shown are based on 10,000 miles per annum unless stated otherwise. Higher or lower initial payment amounts, 2 to 5 year quot…
lee_doyle Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago18 Comments
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Just noticed the price is incorrect. The deposit is +vat so £1511.86 rather than £1260.

Rather expensive way to drive a £12k car for two years.
lewsca
I had one of these as a hire car in Valencia last week and it was truly awful. It was a 1.6 petrol btw so cannot comment on diesel versions.

The engine noise due to the low gearing was appalling as was the wind noise from the enormous door mirrors. Might be tolerable in town, but not on motorways.

The fuel consumption was also bad - 422km (264miles) out of a tank full = 33mpg on the motorway.

BIG difference in the driving experience between the petrol and the diesel. I've just bought a diesel version. I tried the petrol and it was gutless but there's plenty of tourqe in the diesel. You could always go for the DIG T (190bhp) petrol engine.
I'm giving heat because the OP has found a great deal.
I had one of these as a hire car in Valencia last week and it was truly awful. It was a 1.6 petrol btw so cannot comment on diesel versions.

The engine noise due to the low gearing was appalling as was the wind noise from the enormous door mirrors. Might be tolerable in town, but not on motorways.

The fuel consumption was also bad - 422km (264miles) out of a tank full = 33mpg on the motorway.
I've got a 63 plate diesel juke and its fine 60+ to the gallon on a motorway, pulls like a train all in reasonable comfort.
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AUDI Fully Maintained A6 Estate 2.0 TDI ULTRA S LINE 5DR DIESEL AVANT £1500 up front £258.99 EX VAT 6+23 mths, 10k miles pa £311.00

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Fully maintained including tyres! seems good price for premium estate car, and you don't have to worry about having to sell it afterwards
Leonmoon Avatar2y, 9m agoFound 2 years, 9 months ago22 Comments
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Gazbert
But if I went for this I'd be an Audi driver. We all know what they're like.
just fantastic...............
Is this Audi up your rear a southern thing then..?
bruceboy
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Gazbert
But if I went for this I'd be an Audi driver. We all know what they're like.

I am an Audi driver, so what am I like?
You will be fine as long as you purchased the indicators from the options list, and use them!

I'm more concerned about that giant magnet under the front bumper that forces you up the backside of any vehicle in front and the auto-flashing headlights.
Katie1111
Gazbert
But if I went for this I'd be an Audi driver. We all know what they're like.
I am an Audi driver, so what am I like?

Yeah. What are you like?
If it appreciates you buy it
If it depreciates you lease it

Not bad deal as it's fully maintained

Have some heat not that it will matter now
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LEASE DEAL Tilsun Group £139.99 per month plus VAT + £839.94 plus vat inital payment NISSAN NAVARA Double Cab Pick Up Visia 2.5dCi 144 4WD diesel Leasing Deals & Contract Hire Special Offers

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NISSAN NAVARA Double Cab Pick Up Visia 2.5dCi 144 4WD diesel Leasing Deals & Contract Hire Special Offers Business Van Leasing & Contract Hire Nissan's Navara is a powerful option in the UK
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LEASE DEAL Tilsun Group 2014 New Qashqai 1.5dci Tekna £226.79 per month inc VAT + £1360.73 inital payment TOTAL: £6,576.85

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My first deal post. Looks like a good deal, for a top of the range Qashqai. List is £24780.00. This works out as £274.00 a month true cost over 2 year. This is for FLAME RED (non metallic) and I bel…
ae2115 Avatar2y, 10m agoFound 2 years, 10 months ago246 Comments
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Its brilliant mate. Looks and drives like a more expensive car :)



With a 1.5 engine, I doubt it will drive like a more expensive car!
girish.la
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got my Reg. today - car arranged for delivery on Friday!

Girish.la - quick question, when did you order (and did you order this exact spec - Tekna 1.5dci in white?).
We have just had ours pushed back another 3 months for that exact specification being told that they are not making any Tekna's right now in this exact spec.
We ordered mid January and it's causing us a right pain in the rear as we now need to renew insurance, MOT and tax or our existing car which we tried to avoid.
Just curious because I feel the dealer isn't exactly being honest with us - but haven't seen any 14 Qashqais at all on the road so far personally.


Got my car today. Yes it is a Tekna 1.5 in White. I dont remember the exact date but my order was around mid Jan too.


Cheers for the feedback Girish, much appreciated. Looks like we missed out on the delivery this month by about a week then - we ordered on the launch weekend which was 25th IIRC.
How is it?

Its brilliant mate. Looks and drives like a more expensive car :)

Here's a picture

http://imageshack.com/a/img853/5255/w7wd.jpg






Looks like an SUV.
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bobbler
girish.la
got my Reg. today - car arranged for delivery on Friday!

Girish.la - quick question, when did you order (and did you order this exact spec - Tekna 1.5dci in white?).
We have just had ours pushed back another 3 months for that exact specification being told that they are not making any Tekna's right now in this exact spec.
We ordered mid January and it's causing us a right pain in the rear as we now need to renew insurance, MOT and tax or our existing car which we tried to avoid.
Just curious because I feel the dealer isn't exactly being honest with us - but haven't seen any 14 Qashqais at all on the road so far personally.


Got my car today. Yes it is a Tekna 1.5 in White. I dont remember the exact date but my order was around mid Jan too.


Cheers for the feedback Girish, much appreciated. Looks like we missed out on the delivery this month by about a week then - we ordered on the launch weekend which was 25th IIRC.
How is it?

Its brilliant mate. Looks and drives like a more expensive car :)

Here's a picture

http://imageshack.com/a/img853/5255/w7wd.jpg






Edited By: girish.la on Mar 22, 2014 13:10
girish.la
bobbler
girish.la
got my Reg. today - car arranged for delivery on Friday!

Girish.la - quick question, when did you order (and did you order this exact spec - Tekna 1.5dci in white?).
We have just had ours pushed back another 3 months for that exact specification being told that they are not making any Tekna's right now in this exact spec.
We ordered mid January and it's causing us a right pain in the rear as we now need to renew insurance, MOT and tax or our existing car which we tried to avoid.
Just curious because I feel the dealer isn't exactly being honest with us - but haven't seen any 14 Qashqais at all on the road so far personally.


Got my car today. Yes it is a Tekna 1.5 in White. I dont remember the exact date but my order was around mid Jan too.


Cheers for the feedback Girish, much appreciated. Looks like we missed out on the delivery this month by about a week then - we ordered on the launch weekend which was 25th IIRC.
How is it?

Edited By: bobbler on Mar 21, 2014 22:08
bobbler
girish.la
got my Reg. today - car arranged for delivery on Friday!

Girish.la - quick question, when did you order (and did you order this exact spec - Tekna 1.5dci in white?).
We have just had ours pushed back another 3 months for that exact specification being told that they are not making any Tekna's right now in this exact spec.
We ordered mid January and it's causing us a right pain in the rear as we now need to renew insurance, MOT and tax or our existing car which we tried to avoid.
Just curious because I feel the dealer isn't exactly being honest with us - but haven't seen any 14 Qashqais at all on the road so far personally.


Got my car today. Yes it is a Tekna 1.5 in White. I dont remember the exact date but my order was around mid Jan too.


Edited By: girish.la on Mar 21, 2014 15:24
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VAUXHALL ASTRA 1.7 CDTI 16V ECOFLEX 130 DESIGN 5DR [99G/KM] [SS] DIESEL HATCHBACK LEASING - £1052.91 down payment then 141.59 per month @ Tilsun Vechicle

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Astras don't seem to hold their value at all. In-laws bought a brand new 07 Astra Sri 1.6 £15k I got a civic S - type 1.8 for £16.5k theirs is worth £3k mine is sat at around 6.5k/7 over 6 year's.

If I had to have an astra, then I'd lease it, personally.

They sell cars with a 'lifetime warranty' (or 100K Miles) but that only applies to the first owner*. As soon as the registration transfers to a new owner the warranty falls back to 3 years.

* Unless the car is sold through Network Q and is less than 12 months old.

Edited By: androoski on Jan 17, 2014 08:58: More information
Astras don't seem to hold their value at all. In-laws bought a brand new 07 Astra Sri 1.6 £15k I got a civic S - type 1.8 for £16.5k theirs is worth £3k mine is sat at around 6.5k/7 over 6 year's.

If I had to have an astra, then I'd lease it, personally.
shakeyjake66
androoski
Voted hot.
Looking at WhatCar depreciation calculator, the total cost for 2 years hire at £4307 is less than half of the depreciation cost if bought new and kept for 2 years. For those wanting a new car to keep for 2 years, this is a better way.

Does an Astra really lose over £8000 value in two years?

Two year old Astras sound like a very good buy going by those figures.

In reality, nobody pays list price fore them, but take a look:
http://www.whatcar.com/car-depreciation-calculator/results?makeId=2080&modelVersionId=2755&editionId=40090
http://www.whatcar.com/content/graph/chart79e731936ccd4afda627819b107fff04.png


Edited By: androoski on Jan 16, 2014 22:54
theshabster
Graham1979
shakeyjake66
androoski
Voted hot.
Looking at WhatCar depreciation calculator, the total cost for 2 years hire at £4307 is less than half of the depreciation cost if bought new and kept for 2 years. For those wanting a new car to keep for 2 years, this is a better way.


Does an Astra really lose over £8000 value in two years?

Two year old Astras sound like a very good buy going by those figures.


Would you pay 8k for a brand new Astra?

These leasing deals are getting a bit boring now TBH. It is the same with tablets/phones from deal extreme, people think they have found something amazing and post. If leasing cars save people that much money then we would do that instead of buying them out right.


I recently looked at a 2012 Astra - CDTi SRI 160. List price new was around 22-23k. It was up for around £10,500 at Arnold Clark with less than 6k on the clock! Really good value for money, but the depreciation didn't half make me think twice in case it continued to reduce at a similar percentage over the next 2 years.


They forgot to tell you that its a Cat D repair
Graham1979
shakeyjake66
androoski
Voted hot.
Looking at WhatCar depreciation calculator, the total cost for 2 years hire at £4307 is less than half of the depreciation cost if bought new and kept for 2 years. For those wanting a new car to keep for 2 years, this is a better way.

Does an Astra really lose over £8000 value in two years?

Two year old Astras sound like a very good buy going by those figures.

Would you pay 8k for a brand new Astra?

These leasing deals are getting a bit boring now TBH. It is the same with tablets/phones from deal extreme, people think they have found something amazing and post. If leasing cars save people that much money then we would do that instead of buying them out right.


I recently looked at a 2012 Astra - CDTi SRI 160. List price new was around 22-23k. It was up for around £10,500 at Arnold Clark with less than 6k on the clock! Really good value for money, but the depreciation didn't half make me think twice in case it continued to reduce at a similar percentage over the next 2 years.
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Been looking for a good Qashqai deal and these guys have good prices but noticed these prices on the Ford Focus. Includes 10000 miles in contract. Not sure on the excess mileage Deposit: £1,079.91
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price gone up to £1349.13 deposit and 35 months @ £224.86 = £7870.10. total now equals £9219.23 for 36 months lease.

Edited By: davieg1 on Jan 14, 2014 01:56
bull3t4u
How much you have to pay to keep the car after the lease period ?
You don't keep the car after 2 year you hand it back. Better in a way as you have no hassle in selling it on. if you bought outright you could get it for about 15500 but it would only 10000 after 2 years plus you need to factor in interest finance if buying on a loan. I think its a good deal.
How much you have to pay to keep the car after the lease period ?
was posted yesterday
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i think this is expired now, the price for the two litre has just gone to two hundred pounds

Yep, expired. They're only doing the 1.6 now.
i think this is expired now, the price for the two litre has just gone to two hundred pounds
Punto
Why is this so cold?

Because people have not considered it properly.

They are thinking "why pay £4.5k for a car you never own" instead of looking at the cost of using a car regardless of who owns it.

This is a top deal.
Punto
Why is this so cold?

Also, what reg would the car you get be? The photo shows an 11 reg, so I was worried that you'd get one that's been sitting around for a while.
It will be a brand new car.
Why is this so cold?

Also, what reg would the car you get be? The photo shows an 11 reg, so I was worried that you'd get one that's been sitting around for a while.
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Yeah I agree its an amazing car, couldn't be any happier with it.

Cheers for the headsup on F30POST, will take a look.
Still love mine. It's the best all round car I've ever owned. I'll be looking for either a 335d or 535d next I think. Got a year left on my current lease though.
I'm still loving mine, i will be ordering another one in a few months, but with a few more toys this time!

For advice on how to get deals etc. come and talk to us in the F30POST forums: http://f30.bimmerpost.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=412
How's everyone enjoying the motor? For me it's the best car I've ever driven. I just wondered what's the best way to get another good deal whilst not being without a car?

Any tips?
Getting mine this Friday and looking forward to it.
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Let's get all the Nissan "Joke'" jokes out of the way now! This deal won't be for everyone but the last one posted was a higher spec Juke but at £199 a month with a higher deposit. NOTE: This is…
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Bargain, less than the depreciation over 2 years if bought.

finally someone who knows their onions!
red onions are best...Personally I wouldn't buy a new car because of the depreciation , I normally buy a low milage one about 3 years old. lease deals are out for me too expensive when travelling over 100,000 miles a year.


I used to do that but it depends what car you are getting. I'm getting an s3 which they updated this year so only 4 month ones available at more than rrp at 35k against 32k and year old ones are 30kish and 2 year old ones are near 25k
I saw this deal a while back and thought it was an amazing deal.
I have just today ordered the Acenta 1.6 deal with metallic paint and maintence inc.
I was going to get a loan for £6000 paying back around £125 a month over 5 years. Then buy a second hand car.
This suits me better after two years I can do what I want and not be stuck with a car with Negative equity and a loan payment.
Great price too
Best offer on a personal lease (fully maintained) is a 12+23 on £128pm
So that’s a one off £1536, 23 x 128 = 2944 and the 240 doc fee
All in for 2 years that’s £4,720 or £197 per month (as an average)
That’s 10,000 mile limit too

Still very competitive and no better available online atm
tom6195
[quote=MC1982]Just ordered one. You need to haggle the deal. On a personal lease i got £121inc vat per month for 12,000 miles per year. also got the down payment down to £1090 inc VAT. Road tax and replacement tyres are included also. This is a 2 year deal. They also reduced the doc fee to £99 +VATHaggle people!!!

Computer says no!

Spoke to the guys at Tilsun and they have called youre quotes as BS? Pressume you dont have any proof of this price?


Edited By: paulwalmsley on Mar 01, 2013 08:57
Same one as posted in this thread that I started. It's all done by the finance company. There is no movement on the DOCS Fee or anything else.
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