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Volkswagen Golf diesel hatchback 1.6 TDI 110 GT edition 5 door £4,799.66 inc VAT firstvehicleleasing

£4799.66 @ Firstvehicleleasing
2 year lease. 5k miles pa. £1349.89 up front then 23x £149.99 inc VAT Air conditioning, Discover navigation + 6.5" colour display screen, 18" Durban alloy wheels , Sport seats, Bluetooth Telephone … Read More
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9m, 3d agoFound 9 months, 3 days ago
2 year lease. 5k miles pa. £1349.89 up front then 23x £149.99 inc VAT

Air conditioning, Discover navigation + 6.5" colour display screen, 18" Durban alloy wheels , Sport seats, Bluetooth Telephone preparation, Ultrasonic front and rear parking sensors, DAB Digital radio, Panoramic glass sunroof, Cornering front fog lights...

Only 5k miles so not for everyone, but seems a decent price for a VW Golf.
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#1
5k cold
#2
VW Diesel with 5K pen year! Well nobody can accuse you of taking the easy option.
#3
5K miles a year for £2500 a year, hardly seems worth hiring the car in the first place! I suppose if you where happy to do no more than 13 miles a day you would be fine, but who does that!
1 Like #4
Often cheaper to get a lease with a smaller miles allowance and pay the excess.
#5
For anyone not wanting to do the sums, this is equivalent to £200/month - although that seems to exclude the admin fee.
#6
Comes complete with MOT pass guarantee around emissions no doubt as well.
#7
m5rcc
Often cheaper to get a lease with a smaller miles allowance and pay the excess.
That's very true - Just gone for an 8k deal (different car) because it's cheaper to pay the excess than go for the 10k.

I have now worked out the 5k figures and it would have been even cheaper to do the same with that.
#8
Brownbloke11
Comes complete with MOT pass guarantee around emissions no doubt as well.

No it won't as it won't have an MOT under lease conditions.
#9
m5rcc
Brownbloke11
Comes complete with MOT pass guarantee around emissions no doubt as well.

No it won't as it won't have an MOT under lease conditions.


what u on about no mot for a new car nothing do with a lease
2 Likes #10
YouDealTroll
5k cold

What a dumb comment. Not everyone will be using this as their main car. Infact I sent back my 2nd car last week with 9.1k miles on the clock from a 10k allowance.

Perhaps think if you can contribute anything to the thread rather than posting drivel?
#11
bouncy99
5K miles a year for £2500 a year, hardly seems worth hiring the car in the first place! I suppose if you where happy to do no more than 13 miles a day you would be fine, but who does that!

I guess it depends on how much the excess mileage costs are (can't see it written anywhere)
Still not sure why people with such low mileage requirements would want to spend so much money leasing cars, just to show off that they are driving a brand new car. I can understand if it was for hassle-free motoring and it included all maintenance etc. The spec is too low to be considered as "something fun"

Buy a decent used Golf and look after it and it will last forever.
#12
RedmanDealer
bouncy99
5K miles a year for £2500 a year, hardly seems worth hiring the car in the first place! I suppose if you where happy to do no more than 13 miles a day you would be fine, but who does that!
I guess it depends on how much the excess mileage costs are (can't see it written anywhere)
Still not sure why people with such low mileage requirements would want to spend so much money leasing cars, just to show off that they are driving a brand new car. I can understand if it was for hassle-free motoring and it included all maintenance etc. The spec is too low to be considered as "something fun"
Buy a decent used Golf and look after it and it will last forever.
agreed
#13
muddassarsardar
what u on about no mot for a new car nothing do with a lease

That's my point, dear...
#14
RedmanDealer
bouncy99
5K miles a year for £2500 a year, hardly seems worth hiring the car in the first place! I suppose if you where happy to do no more than 13 miles a day you would be fine, but who does that!
I guess it depends on how much the excess mileage costs are (can't see it written anywhere)
Still not sure why people with such low mileage requirements would want to spend so much money leasing cars, just to show off that they are driving a brand new car. I can understand if it was for hassle-free motoring and it included all maintenance etc. The spec is too low to be considered as "something fun"
Buy a decent used Golf and look after it and it will last forever.

My neighbours have looked after theirs from new, didn't stop the electrics dying on them and leaving them stranded for a few hours.
#15
Actually not a bad deal for the car. Golfs seems to be very well spec'd these days too. Diesel vs Petrol when it comes to leasing is often a moot point, as the pricing pattern doesn't always follow the new car market e.g. in leasing a diesel can be cheaper than a petrol (from my experience).
#17
what do these lease companies get if someone sticks to the mileage and doesn't damage the car as looking at cars pricr after 2 years they are less than the price someone pays for the lease u can pick up a used one for around 15k/16 on 16 reg new price is 21k for this so after 2 years in assuming these would be difficult to sell for say 21k minus the 5k they would get back on the lease payment or is there some other nack to thus business of leasing companies
#18
This deal was previously £80 for a Golf Match with similar sort of spec from SelectCarLeasing.
1 Like #19
muddassarsardar
what do these lease companies get if someone sticks to the mileage and doesn't damage the car as looking at cars pricr after 2 years they are less than the price someone pays for the lease u can pick up a used one for around 15k/16 on 16 reg new price is 21k for this so after 2 years in assuming these would be difficult to sell for say 21k minus the 5k they would get back on the lease payment or is there some other nack to thus business of leasing companies
Don't know the answer, but will you be returning to finish off your (very long) sentence?

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