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Nissan Pulsar Hatchback 1.2 DiG-T N-Connecta 5dr Lease - 2 years - 6k pa - £92.64pm Total £3,324.48 OR 3 years - 8k Pa £92.34p/m - Total £4422.96 @ Vehicle Savers

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Okay, so this is the best I could see this motor for at the moment. Some have a smaller admin fee but work out around £10pm extra throught the term anyway and from what I can see goes over the 4k mar…
NeoTrix Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago19 Comments
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Did anyone else order this? I did (9 days ago) and they've still not confirmed I'm getting the order (it's with the dealer to authorise). Wondering if the price was legit. First time lease and let down by the waiting/unknowing.
karlie88
united4eva
karlie88
united4eva
karlie88
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.
Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
Where from?
http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=74040&dt
For yourself and anyone else - What are these guys like and how do they work? The prices for an auto Pulsar are very good.
Do they simply refer me to dealer? Whats the general reputation of them? I have done some light googling but most posts are from a good few years back.
My understanding is that the broker will work to match or beat the quoted price with several dealers that they have contact with. They'll put you in touch with a dealer and you order direct from them. The broker may get a referral fee and if you order, they'll get commission.

Perfect, thanks for that.
united4eva
karlie88
united4eva
karlie88
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.
Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
Where from?
http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=74040&dt
For yourself and anyone else - What are these guys like and how do they work? The prices for an auto Pulsar are very good.
Do they simply refer me to dealer? Whats the general reputation of them? I have done some light googling but most posts are from a good few years back.

My understanding is that the broker will work to match or beat the quoted price with several dealers that they have contact with. They'll put you in touch with a dealer and you order direct from them. The broker may get a referral fee and if you order, they'll get commission.
karlie88
united4eva
karlie88
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.
Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
Where from?
http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=74040&dt

For yourself and anyone else - What are these guys like and how do they work? The prices for an auto Pulsar are very good.

Do they simply refer me to dealer? Whats the general reputation of them? I have done some light googling but most posts are from a good few years back.
united4eva
karlie88
Also, list price of this car is £17.4k but there are huge discounts on these models currently.
Can get this car for £10.6k - an effective 40% off the list price. Leasing this car isn't necessarily the cheapest option.
Where from?

http://www.broker4cars.co.uk/Buy/New_Car.jsp?capID=74040&dt
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BMW M140i 5dr [Nav] lease - £2085.48 deposit, £231.72/month, 5,000 miles @ VehicleSavers - 335bhp, leather seats, sat nav, 19" alloys, bluetooth, usb £7,775.73 @ Vehicle Savers

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Cracking deal on a cracking hot hatch 3/5dr and Manual/Auto are all within the same price range. Extra mileage not too expensive.
Hukkers Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago26 Comments
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rambo_or_mark
Quicker on a rolling start, mark my words. 4 wheel drive is for girls :P


​lol rs3 slaughters the 135 and 140. even a golf r and s3 are quicker. fact check reviews and you tube
looks improved hahaha
biggiep
I have a 135i and they are such fantastic cars, really is a wolf in sheep's clothing. I think the looks of the 1 series have improved over time but of course that is subjective.


​looks improved. haha haha
mega ugly car. prefer the audi s3, far better road car
can these be put back for march delivery anybody know without having to email them
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Volkswagen Golf R 3 Door Lease - £1799.91 + £199.99/month £6,759.68 @ Vehicle Savers

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Cheapest I have seen these and I've been looking for 6 months. Deposit of £1,799.91 + £360 admin fee. Then £199.99/month for 23 months. 2 year term with 6k miles per year. Total cost over two…
benharris90 Avatar5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago66 Comments
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I believe this deal expired a few days ago - Vehicle Savers put the price up by about £20 pm.
I wouldn't be able to cover the monthly amount at present, but it's food for thought. I wonder if there are similar deals for the GTD?
loop
Hmm not as expensive as I thought they were. Can you get the monthly amount reduced by paying a higher deposit?

They usually are expensive! Best deal I found just over a month ago was over 9k over 2 years so this is a cracker.

I'm sure you could, or just put the money you would pay the deposit with in a savings account and pay the monthly with that.
Hmm not as expensive as I thought they were. Can you get the monthly amount reduced by paying a higher deposit?
Very tempted by this deal
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Seat Ibiza Hatchback 1.2 TSI 110 FR Technology 5dr - 2 year Lease - Monthly £93.01 inc. VAT - Total £3,336.32 @ Vehicle Savers

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Not a bad lease deal if you are on the lookout for a small car. A little too small as a second family car for us as we'd struggle to comfortably get three kids in the back but good deal nonetheless. D…
shaks Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago40 Comments
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But this is still a 1.2cc and not a very good deal with the low mileage
A small car with 110bhp and 9.2s 0-62 is plenty of power for most people.
Most cheap lease deals are 5k mileage. You will struggle to get 8/10k for this price. As a second car, 5k for us is ample.
This was only a few days earlier:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/seat-ibiza-1-2tsi-110ps-fr-technology-personal-lease-3499-36-honestjohn-2452979

60% more miles/year yet only £163 extra over 2 years. I gave it heat by surprisingly it got the iceberg treatment. Not disparaging your deal, but thought that one was the better of the 2.
Had several VAG cars mainly Audis.....never again.
This type of comment always makes me smile. they were so bad you just had to keep trying them.
They were company cars! There were only A4's or Passat to pick from. 200,000 miles across four cars is a decent enough test.....
That's just 50k per car - hardly trying...

That's my point.....multiple faults on all them all within 50k
For anyone interested, I asked for 10,000 mile (3+23) quote:
Initial payment: £404.13
Admin fee: £360
Monthly: £134.71

All VAT inclusive.
Rich44
saddako
Truly awful cars.
You are joking, right? Based on what?
Seat make great cars for the money. Getting a vw engine, for a seat price. Apart from the 5k annual mileage, this is a brilliant offer.
Getting a VW engine isn't a selling point these days, the Polo I owned a couple of years ago was constant trouble chewing through lambda sensors and coil packs and with a constant engine management light. Even a main dealer admitted to selling brand new cars and them coming back the same day with the engine management light on. You buy a Seat or VW and you get Seat build quality and parts with VW stamps to try and suck in the die hard VW fans.

It's not Seats fault don't blame them that VW have gone to the dogs and made terrible decisions, it seems to be affecting all German car makers at the moment they've all gone to the dogs look at Mercedes brand new cars constantly breaking down, engine management lights on etc they're truly terrible for reliability.

Think I shall stick to my bangernomics right now:

2003 Mondeo est Ghia X 2.5 V6 140,000 miles £500 and the interior (apart from the door grabs common problem) is absolutely mint, all the gadgets still work perfectly and in 3 years i've spent £400 on tyres Michelin and £600 on repairs/MOT the car has been awesome even if fuel economy isn't but it's fun watching the look on peoples faces when they see their car get left for dust by a Mondeo estate. I even got lucky in an accident in it an elderly lady didn't even slow down at a give way and drove into the wing, bounced off nearly rolled her car and continued driving, had to flag her down to stop! No damage to the Mondeo but phoned insurance because first thing she said was why didn't you see me and I didn't see you. Two days later a cheque from Saga arrived for £1800 - RESULT

Best car i've ever owned tbh. I had a 3 year old Citroen C4 Grand Picasso before this and in 8 months:

Brake pads £35
Rear suspension airbag £189
Compressor and airbags £160
Aircon bracket collapsed £400 (drill bolts out, new bracket, belt etc)
Fuel filter £140

NEVER AGAIN will I buy a 3 year old car!!!

If anything I would lease a car at least that way when you do have problems (and you will) you can shout at the lease company to sort it out. At the VERY least pay £100 of your car on a credit card so if you have problems and the dealer won't fix you can make a section 75 claim.

Bit off topic for the thread - apologies


​ There's always someone that has to post about 'bangernomics' on a lease thread. It's pot luck most of the time when you buy a banger. I used to buy bangers for quite a few years. Had a few good ones, but on the whole I worked out I'd saved very little. I lease now, and enjoy worry free motoring in a modern car with modern tech. Never again would I buy a banger.
Had several VAG cars mainly Audis.....never again.
This type of comment always makes me smile. they were so bad you just had to keep trying them.
They were company cars! There were only A4's or Passat to pick from. 200,000 miles across four cars is a decent enough test.....
That's just 50k per car - hardly trying...
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BMW 6 series Gran Coupe £267.43 ex VAT pm lease (business only) deal 2yrs 9mths down @ Vehicle Savers

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Not cheap but bloody good deal for people with a business car. You can have 3 and 6 mnths down instead which are about £325 and £295 respectively. Used Vehiclesavers for my lease deals before and they…
labbey Avatar8m, 3d agoFound 8 months, 3 days ago11 Comments
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Fishcakes23
I know I'm late here but this is a great deal, £320 inc VAT per week for a £65,000 car is a cracking deal


​£320 a week?!
This was a great deal. Shame i missed it.
Fishcakes23
I know I'm late here but this is a great deal, £320 inc VAT per week for a £65,000 car is a cracking deal
Only business though.
I know I'm late here but this is a great deal, £320 inc VAT per week for a £65,000 car is a cracking deal
Remember this is a £48k car (£62k retail minus the usual broker discount). Whether this car is what an individual is looking for, or whether leasing is desirable for that person is one thing, but looking at the figures objectively for someone after this type of car, this is a hot deal
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Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.0 E 3dr Lease @ Vehiclesavers 9 x 23 @ £72.68 pm = £2,325.76

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Very good deal on a Seat Ibiza Sport Coupe 1.0E Personal Deal at 9 x 23 works out as; £72.68 inc VAT Initial Rental: £654.12 inc-VAT Total over Period months = £2,325.76 Very good deal fo…
Mannystk Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago37 Comments
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ukscoob1
​Fact is, it is a 10k car. if you pay less (and you should) good for you.

I don't think that's overly persuasive logic. If it is trivially easy to buy something for £8k then comparing leasing it to that product on the basis of a £10k valuation is a pointless exercise. The decision should be buy at a good price or lease at a good price; not buy at a bad price vs lease at a good price.

Seems like a reasonable price to pay to own a new car if you're not doing many miles and are mostly travelling on slower roads.
ukscoob1
oddballjamie
ukscoob1
oddballjamie
Seems about right price for an £8k car.
Not sure I would have the patience for one with that engine though.
​prices from 10k so...
That's list. See the previous comment.
​Fact is, it is a 10k car. if you pay less (and you should) good for you.

Nope, it's an £8k car, as that price is avaliable to anyone who's either willing to haggle or use a broker.
The list price is suggested.
oddballjamie
ukscoob1
oddballjamie
Seems about right price for an £8k car.
Not sure I would have the patience for one with that engine though.
​prices from 10k so...

That's list. See the previous comment.


​Fact is, it is a 10k car. if you pay less (and you should) good for you.
Is leasing a good idea? How does it really compare with buying a used vehicle? Is there any downsides to consider such as how many miles you do per year?
ibiza
I've had motorcycles with more than that power output that weren't considered "sport" bikes.

your alias says otherwise... (_;)
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Volkswagen Golf Hatchback 2.0 TSI R 5dr - Personal Lease - 10k miles - £8101.60 @ VehicleSavers (£2194.20 deposit, 23x £243.80 payments, £300 admin fee)

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Volkswagen Golf Hatchback 2.0 TSI R 5dr - Bluetooth, USB, DAB Radio, Cruise Control, 18 Inch Alloys, Sports Seats, Parking Aids and Bi-Xenon Headlights as STANDARD Personal Lease 10k miles £8101…
Michalux Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago14 Comments
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Why is this expired, and -169oC is this a poor deal ?
6 month wait for delivery. currently 7800 total with 10k miles
Cheapest I have seen. Heat added!
oddballjamie
Russonf
there was a much better one before
first you'll have to lease this.

My eyes!
oddballjamie
Russonf
there was a much better one before
first you'll have to lease this.

I just lost a little sanity clicking that link.
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Diesel Golf £119.99 pm @ Vehicle Savers

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Key Facts Manufacturer P11D £21,135.00 0-62 mph 10.7 sec Insurance Group 10E CO2 emissions 99 g Fuel Type Diesel Transmission Manual Doors 5 or £148 with 3 months deposit :D colloq: £3…
samanfard Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago22 Comments
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Thought people might like to know my Mrs didn't go for this finally. She got a 2 year old 1.6 civic (best car I've driven in my life time) with a 3.6 apr personal loan over 5 years, she's happy and the car is as good as new :)
'Just' 34 miles? Our car does about 12 miles a day in 7 or 8 trips and months can go by without doing more than 5 miles or 30mph, that is the sort of journeys diesels don't like in my experience.
Doing short journeys with a modern diesel is no issue, these VW engines are smart and suffer from no issues. Currently returning 58.2mpg on my daily commute of just 34 miles (to work & back).They require servicing every 24 months, so only one service required throughout this lease deal. Good price, but the VW Golf GTD has been on here for £150pm. And as fir the 5000 miles per annum, it keeps the monthly cost cheap, and the excess mileage costs are cheaper than making the contract include more miles.
i would habe to use a bus after 7 months with the loe mileage cap
STi_prodrive
little pricey if you really look around at the 2.0 range on other sites!


Thank you for the feedback, I'm going to get the Golf on Monday, can you give an example of alternative?

Cheers, Saman
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Peugeot 208 GTi - 200bhp hot hatch - sat nav, heated leather seats, parking sensors, pan roof, bluetooth & more - 18 month personal lease - 10k miles pa - £166 deposit & £166 per month £3,357.00 @ vehiclesavers

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Great spec with a low payment for the 1st month which is always a bonus. £20k list price for the car. 5k pa makes it £17 cheaper per month. 1+17 payment profile. 18 monthly payments of £166.…
karlie88 Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago693 Comments
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Any predictions on the amount of miles from the front tyres?
neelyt
Has anyone had their vehicle delivered


​back in august
are people still having issues with delivery then? I jumped straight on this deal and was all sorted within a month or two.. love the car BTW, :D:D
I went with Privilege in the end, no issues :)
davver99
haznffc
emJayO
Who have you guys and girls insured with? I'm getting quoted £350 from direct line. Struggling with getting it sorted online because the registered owner and registered keeper is Peugeot Finance.
Forgive my ignorance but aren't we the registered keeper for the period of our lease. Registered keeper = the person that will be driving the car.
no goes down as peugeot contract hire
Best update my insurance again then!!!
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Vauxhall GTC 2.0 diesel 2-year lease - £1540.80 then 23 monthly payments of £151.20 @ Vehicle Savers £5,018.40

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This is a Vauxhall Astra GTC coupe 2.0. RRP £22,000. Cloth interior, air con, 18" alloys, cruise control, CD/FM radio with usb with ipod control. Six speakers. No bluetooth If you want one of th…
dudedude Avatar2y, 1m agoFound 2 years, 1 month ago29 Comments
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When are the lease haters going to get there head around these deals lol
It's only for people who want a brand new car every 2 or 3 years.
Nothing to do with second hand cars and nothing to do with keeping a new car until it's a pile of rust outside your house,
monkeyhanger75

The main reason to buy a new Vauxhall and suffer the heavy depreciation is now gone. I wonder if they'll regret that decision.

Doubt it, their shoddy build quality was costing them a fortune and the accountants were sh***ing themselves at the thought of giving lifetime warranties on the ampera. Only lease companies buy vauxhalls from new, I doubt the types of people who would spend £20k on a corsa have learnt to tie their shoes yet.
If this car floats your boat then these lease terms are probably the cheapest way to be running a new one for 2 years, so hot from me.

The main reason to buy a new Vauxhall and suffer the heavy depreciation is now gone. I wonder if they'll regret that decision.
19Danny81
I love when people say how amazingly cheap it is... to never own the car

cold, as ice

These comments make me laugh. Why are some people so hung up on "owning a depreciating asset"

Some stuff makes sense to own, but in the case of new cars its often cheaper not to if you plan to change every few years
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VW Golf R (300BHP) - Vehicle Savers - £1303 deposit (6+23) £217.20p/m (£4995.60) R OWNERS CLUB ;)

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Well specked (see link for details), 4WD 5DR pocket rocket , may even return 40MPG ;) Base price for 5k p/a I have gone for 8k p/a :) Road tax included. 3+24 option also available. 6p/mile + VAT
adamsky75pl Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago715 Comments
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adamsky75pl
Enjoy !!!!

Looks exactly like mine :)
Any extras, apart from 5D?

No extras. It just doesn't need them and it pushes the monthlies up.

My Vehicle Savers VWFS deal was cancelled, I ordered later (31st July) via ARVAL at a higher price, but was able to switch my factory order to the bonkers 10k per annum deal VWFS later. The deal is unbelievably cheap and the car is outstanding. Couldn't be happier.
Enjoy !!!!

Looks exactly like mine :)
Any extras, apart from 5D?
My R finally arrived. Different deal, 2 month delay, but..... it's certainly worth it! 8)

http://i70.photobucket.com/albums/i94/lhurren/982FA24B-1C5A-48C9-82AE-15831D89BEA7.jpg
Mine is due to be delivered tomorrow 8)
After nearly a 5 month wait:(
I have received my finance contract to sign, should be able to get the car in a week or so...
yay... List of problems to check for and expect (according to VW forums)
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*Lease - Low Initial Payment* Vauxhall Corsa Diesel Hatchback 1.3 CDTi ecoFLEX Limited Edition 5dr, 10k miles per annum, 3+23 months, Initial Payment of £393.01, 23 payments of £131.00 plus admin fee of £210.00 = £3,616.01 over 24 months. Vehicle Save

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There have been a few deals posted in regards to leasing a Vauxhall Corsa and wanted to share the best deal I have found. This deal includes a low initial cost. I have never leased with this company
eca03amc Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago90 Comments
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Bane17
Surely this is a better deal from a more reputable company:

http://www.firstvehicleleasing.co.uk/car-leasing/vauxhall/corsa/corsa-diesel-hatchback/1.3-cdti-ecoflex-limited-edition-5dr

24 months
10,000 miles per year
Monthly: £113.99 Inc. V.A.T.
Initial: £683.93 Inc. V.A.T.

= £3305.70 over 24 months

Did you end up going for this deal then? I'm also very tempted. Was there any further costs? Admin fees or anything.
Also, is this a personal or business lease?
Thanks
Please ensure you get GAP insurance with any lease car
Dilbert
Oneday77
Dilbert
Oneday77
scottishpunter
Babbler
WHY would you lease when you can get 0% off them and actually buy a car for not a lot more?

http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/offers-finance/finance_my_car/flexible_finance_0_apr.html

Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.

You need to pay £3,352 deposit, 24 months at £527.42 a month which is £12,658, so a total of £16,010. You would then own the car. In two years time according to Parkers the car would have a part exchange of £8,215. Therefore to own it for two years would cost you £7,795.

Or lease as above for £3,616
Very valid if you change cars routinely. However I've had my Focus for 10 years from new and cost £12,000 cash.
So if I leased it would have cost me over £36k using these figures.
As with anything it's down to what is suitable and affordable for each individual.

It wouldn't have cost you £36k to drive around in a 10 year old Focus though - that's the point. You'd have had 4 new cars in the same period.
And cost me 3 times as much to do less than 80k miles.
I'm not against leasing, I'm only saying there are ways to save money on motoring.
Show me a lease for a comparable 115bhp Diesel family hatchback, good handling and for £100 a month, I'll take 2 literally.

It's not just about the cost - it's about spending money to get nice things. Personally I'd rather spend more and drive a smart new car every few years rather than putting up with an old banger. Horses for courses.
We have a much newer Civic so we don't just make do. I'm just stating that sometimes buying new and keeping it can be a good idea too.
Also my car isn't a banger. I've seen rattier looking 13 plates on the road and driven more modern ones with awful dynamics.
Oneday77
Dilbert
Oneday77
scottishpunter
Babbler
WHY would you lease when you can get 0% off them and actually buy a car for not a lot more?

http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/offers-finance/finance_my_car/flexible_finance_0_apr.html

Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.

You need to pay £3,352 deposit, 24 months at £527.42 a month which is £12,658, so a total of £16,010. You would then own the car. In two years time according to Parkers the car would have a part exchange of £8,215. Therefore to own it for two years would cost you £7,795.

Or lease as above for £3,616
Very valid if you change cars routinely. However I've had my Focus for 10 years from new and cost £12,000 cash.
So if I leased it would have cost me over £36k using these figures.
As with anything it's down to what is suitable and affordable for each individual.

It wouldn't have cost you £36k to drive around in a 10 year old Focus though - that's the point. You'd have had 4 new cars in the same period.
And cost me 3 times as much to do less than 80k miles.
I'm not against leasing, I'm only saying there are ways to save money on motoring.
Show me a lease for a comparable 115bhp Diesel family hatchback, good handling and for £100 a month, I'll take 2 literally.

It's not just about the cost - it's about spending money to get nice things. Personally I'd rather spend more and drive a smart new car every few years rather than putting up with an old banger. Horses for courses.
Dilbert
Oneday77
scottishpunter
Babbler
WHY would you lease when you can get 0% off them and actually buy a car for not a lot more?

http://www.vauxhall.co.uk/offers-finance/finance_my_car/flexible_finance_0_apr.html

Looking at the finance calculator on that zero percent finance deal.

You need to pay £3,352 deposit, 24 months at £527.42 a month which is £12,658, so a total of £16,010. You would then own the car. In two years time according to Parkers the car would have a part exchange of £8,215. Therefore to own it for two years would cost you £7,795.

Or lease as above for £3,616
Very valid if you change cars routinely. However I've had my Focus for 10 years from new and cost £12,000 cash.
So if I leased it would have cost me over £36k using these figures.
As with anything it's down to what is suitable and affordable for each individual.

It wouldn't have cost you £36k to drive around in a 10 year old Focus though - that's the point. You'd have had 4 new cars in the same period.
And cost me 3 times as much to do less than 80k miles.
I'm not against leasing, I'm only saying there are ways to save money on motoring.
Show me a lease for a comparable 115bhp Diesel family hatchback, good handling and for £100 a month, I'll take 2 literally.
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Vauxhall Astra GTC 2.0 Diesel Sport £201.60 Inc vat per month 2yr lease @ vehiclesavers £5,241.60

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Great Deal for anyone looking to Lease a New car. I have quite a high mileage so under 200 a month ex vat for 20,000 miles a year. but if your a low user its just £168 + vat for this top end astra…
elofty Avatar2y, 7m agoFound 2 years, 7 months ago14 Comments
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£4808.86 from FirstVehicleLeasing.co.uk
Even cheaper at first vehicle leasing btw
groenleader
MyBoozyHell
groenleader
Typically you can source this car with about a 35% discount off the list price. I don't know if that makes it a better deal for anyone or not.
Where?
Can you provide any examples?

I run one of the biggest company car fleets in the Europe so I always stand by what I say! I don't like that people quite business rates and EX vat rates to customers on here so here is one on retail for you at a generous 20%+ discount:

http://www.buyacar.co.uk/vauxhall_astra_gtc_diesel_coupe/deal_2_0_cdti_16v_sport_3dr_78964.jhtml;jsessionid=73222BE17772811E3D0E8B43FDA1F295

Its amazing what google can do for you!

Most weeks I can get offered deal with about 38% off various Vauxhall, business/fleet only. What counts as business these days I do not know!

OK so your initial response was misleading - Joe Public cannot typically source one of these with about 35% discount off the list price - more like 20%?

Still a good deal if you're looking for one of these cars.

Thanks for providing the link as well.
MyBoozyHell
groenleader
Typically you can source this car with about a 35% discount off the list price. I don't know if that makes it a better deal for anyone or not.
Where?
Can you provide any examples?

I run one of the biggest company car fleets in the Europe so I always stand by what I say! I don't like that people quite business rates and EX vat rates to customers on here so here is one on retail for you at a generous 20%+ discount:

http://www.buyacar.co.uk/vauxhall_astra_gtc_diesel_coupe/deal_2_0_cdti_16v_sport_3dr_78964.jhtml;jsessionid=73222BE17772811E3D0E8B43FDA1F295

Its amazing what google can do for you!

Most weeks I can get offered deal with about 38% off various Vauxhall, business/fleet only. What counts as business these days I do not know!

Edited By: groenleader on May 08, 2014 18:57
Not telling anybody not to get one, but you really need a good test drive before committing to one. I had an astra hire car and hated it. The rear vision is so poor I was nervous of reversing the thing. Up to that point had been considering getting an insignia so went to the dealer to see if it was as bad, when I mentioned the poor vision to the salesman he said it just helped them sell parking sensors.
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