Volkswagen, Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr - lease - £233.77 No deposit £5910.48 @ Yes Lease - HotUKDeals
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Volkswagen, Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr - lease - £233.77 No deposit £5,910.48 @ Yes Lease

£5910.48 @ Yes Lease
Volkswagen, Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr Contract term 24 months Rental profile 1 + 23 Annual mileage 8000 23 monthly rentals of £233.77 Initial rental £233.77 Proc… Read More
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3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
Volkswagen, Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr

Contract term 24 months
Rental profile 1 + 23
Annual mileage 8000
23 monthly rentals of £233.77
Initial rental £233.77
Processing fee £300.00
Finance doc fee £0.00
Offer expires 28th Feb 2017
Days remaining 52
Prices are displayed inclusive of VAT
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http://starecat.com/content/wp-content/uploads/volkswagen-emission-testing-center-passed-animation-guy-hit-in-the-face-black-smoke.gif

Sorry, couldn't resist <3 (i drive a Seat diesel BTW :p) Heat added.


Edited By: bellboys on Jan 07, 2017 14:46
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PERCY_LONG_PRONG
whats the additional mileage charge? i need at least 20k allowance

How about clicking the link and finding out for yourself? Just a thought!
15 Likes
Someone should come up with a comparison site of lease -v- purchase (and depreciation) so one can work out the difference over the period of lease.
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nictry
PERCY_LONG_PRONG
whats the additional mileage charge? i need at least 20k allowance

How about clicking the link and finding out for yourself? Just a thought!


i did but couldnt see it. How about not commenting unless its constructive d1p sh1t?

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http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v696/Oddballimport/ebay%20dec%202012/20150924_091707_zpslpfctivu.jpg
15 Likes #2
Someone should come up with a comparison site of lease -v- purchase (and depreciation) so one can work out the difference over the period of lease.
1 Like #3
Volkswagen, Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr

that is the specific model for those that are interested.
#4
Volkswagen, Scirocco Diesel Coupe 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech R Line 3dr
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NICE!!!!!! Heat
4 Likes #6
Common Sense
Someone should come up with a comparison site of lease -v- purchase (and depreciation) so one can work out the difference over the period of lease.
Problem is depreciation is always theoretical and can be impacted by many factors. It also will never take into account the lost potential interest, lets say you buy a car out right for £10k, how much could you have saved paying that off other debt or how much could you have made investing it. It makes it near impossible to say which is better as it depends on an individuals circumstances.
1 Like #7
whats the additional mileage charge? i need at least 20k allowance

Edited By: PERCY_LONG_PRONG on Jan 07, 2017 13:22: error
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PERCY_LONG_PRONG
whats the additional mileage charge? i need at least 20k allowance

How about clicking the link and finding out for yourself? Just a thought!
banned#9
stuellis
Common Sense
Someone should come up with a comparison site of lease -v- purchase (and depreciation) so one can work out the difference over the period of lease.
Problem is depreciation is always theoretical and can be impacted by many factors. It also will never take into account the lost potential interest, lets say you buy a car out right for £10k, how much could you have saved paying that off other debt or how much could you have made investing it. It makes it near impossible to say which is better as it depends on an individuals circumstances.
That's a cop out. Of course it can be done
1 Like #10
BrianSewell
stuellis
Common Sense
Someone should come up with a comparison site of lease -v- purchase (and depreciation) so one can work out the difference over the period of lease.
Problem is depreciation is always theoretical and can be impacted by many factors. It also will never take into account the lost potential interest, lets say you buy a car out right for £10k, how much could you have saved paying that off other debt or how much could you have made investing it. It makes it near impossible to say which is better as it depends on an individuals circumstances.
That's a cop out. Of course it can be done


Why don't you tell us the starting point for this car then, RRP? OTR price? Drive the deal price?
3 Likes #11
I'm surprised someone hasn't commented on how rubbish the post is as they do 8001 miles a year.... heat from me!
1 Like #12
Very tempted!
1 Like #13
nictry
PERCY_LONG_PRONG
whats the additional mileage charge? i need at least 20k allowance
How about clicking the link and finding out for yourself? Just a thought!
I cliked the link. Didn't see any excess mileage charges listed.
30 Likes #14
http://starecat.com/content/wp-content/uploads/volkswagen-emission-testing-center-passed-animation-guy-hit-in-the-face-black-smoke.gif

Sorry, couldn't resist <3 (i drive a Seat diesel BTW :p) Heat added.


Edited By: bellboys on Jan 07, 2017 14:46
#15
Love the look of this car when I see it out and about. If I had the money for this I'd buy it straight away. Heat added. :)
1 Like #16
BrianSewell
stuellis
Common Sense
Someone should come up with a comparison site of lease -v- purchase (and depreciation) so one can work out the difference over the period of lease.
Problem is depreciation is always theoretical and can be impacted by many factors. It also will never take into account the lost potential interest, lets say you buy a car out right for £10k, how much could you have saved paying that off other debt or how much could you have made investing it. It makes it near impossible to say which is better as it depends on an individuals circumstances.
That's a cop out. Of course it can be done
So why do you think it hasn't been done already when there are sites to compare most things already available. Its only possible if you take a simplistic view which renders the information meaningless.

Edited By: stuellis on Jan 07, 2017 14:47
#17
Common Sense
Someone should come up with a comparison site of lease -v- purchase (and depreciation) so one can work out the difference over the period of lease.


I will give you an example. I have a Golf GTD 16' from brand new. Got it in May from VW Arnold Clark after waiting 6 week as I wanted Red, 19" santiago alloys, rear view reverse camera and park assist. I paid no deposit, paying 364 a month with 15k miles per year. 4 year with option to pay 9k at end or hand back after 3-4 years. They were however doing a 1500 contribution at the time and they put another 1500 due to my wife buying brand new polo year before
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scotia2
nictry
PERCY_LONG_PRONG
whats the additional mileage charge? i need at least 20k allowance
How about clicking the link and finding out for yourself? Just a thought!
I cliked the link. Didn't see any excess mileage charges listed.
Hey have you got a phone in your house "it pays to talk"!!!!
8 Likes #19
nictry
PERCY_LONG_PRONG
whats the additional mileage charge? i need at least 20k allowance

How about clicking the link and finding out for yourself? Just a thought!


i did but couldnt see it. How about not commenting unless its constructive d1p sh1t?
#20
I never really looked into lease only companies. Happy enough with what I have. Not had much issues with Arnold Clark. Went in few days ago with slow puncture thankfully not on side wall and they repaired there and then and washed car All with no charge.
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stuellis
Common Sense
Someone should come up with a comparison site of lease -v- purchase (and depreciation) so one can work out the difference over the period of lease.
Problem is depreciation is always theoretical and can be impacted by many factors. It also will never take into account the lost potential interest, lets say you buy a car out right for £10k, how much could you have saved paying that off other debt or how much could you have made investing it. It makes it near impossible to say which is better as it depends on an individuals circumstances.

There are many more factors to consider, for example certain cars that are in high demand when first released may be less desirable a couple years down the line. When I used to sell cars I would get the odd car on the forecourt that I could have sold ten times in a day. Yet a couple of years later that same model can sit for months without a single viewer. This is due to popular cars flooding the market to the point where they common and consumers have larger choice. Another factor is special offers and leases saturate the market at the end of the term. Take the Range Rover Evoque, my brother was getting daily phonecalls looking for used ones, now that they are getting to a certain age he is getting half a dozen traded in a week, most of which he's having to offer lower trade in values as due to the quantity coming back most are going to traders rather than his forecourt.

I guess what I'm saying is it's not a static market and customer demand directly affects prices.
#23
https://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/65534/volkswagen/scirocco/20_tsi_bluemotion_tech_r_3dr.html And £235/month for the manual! Seriously tempted.

Edited By: sgrenade on Jan 07, 2017 15:21: adding link
#24
Common Sense
Someone should come up with a comparison site of lease -v- purchase (and depreciation) so one can work out the difference over the period of lease.
Trouble is that comparing list price is kind of meaningless, most people don't pay near list price unless it's a new in demand car, and if it was then you wouldn't get any lease deals like this. If you bought this outright at the best possible price then the two options would be roughly similar over a large enough sample size / length of time. But it's also a question of risk.
#25
sgrenade


good deal but would have to find the deposit upfront, appreciate you are dividing the 2k deposit over 24m
1 Like #26
Good deal, same about the engine.

And before someone says it, I've always hated diesel, even before the scandals.
#27
How do you find the best lease deals, is it just a question of shopping around or are certain companies always offering the best deals? I've always bought secondhand myself
#28
MickKnipfler
How do you find the best lease deals, is it just a question of shopping around or are certain companies always offering the best deals? I've always bought secondhand myself


Wait and they just turn up every now and then.
They will being going up slightly soon due to car price increases and tax increase.
#29
MickKnipfler
How do you find the best lease deals, is it just a question of shopping around or are certain companies always offering the best deals? I've always bought secondhand myself

Check HUKD regularly, all the best deals get posted here.
1 Like #30
No one has commented on YesLease as a company, I've read about the T&Cs regarding 'reasonable condition' when returning - being used as a tool to fleece the person who leases (upon returning the vehicle). I'm getting a Smart Forfour Brabus soon. I researched the hell out of the companies more than the car.
#31
hadyanth
No one has commented on YesLease as a company, I've read about the T&Cs regarding 'reasonable condition' when returning - being used as a tool to fleece the person who leases (upon returning the vehicle). I'm getting a Smart Forfour Brabus soon. I researched the hell out of the companies more than the car.

Vehicles are handed back under a fair wear and tear agreement that details the damage/costs etc when you hand back the vehicle. My current lease is a VW and the lease is undertaken through VW Finance Services that provided me with a copy of the industry standard here.

As far as I'm aware, the lease company that I got it through are just the middlemen that source/contract the deals?
3 Likes #32
PERCY_LONG_PRONG
nictry
PERCY_LONG_PRONG
whats the additional mileage charge? i need at least 20k allowance
How about clicking the link and finding out for yourself? Just a thought!
i did but couldnt see it. How about not commenting unless its constructive d1p sh1t?

Ooh name calling how mature! I tell you what I could pop round and help you either push the right button on the website to ask for the answer to your question or perhaps dial the phone number for you if that would help and then a nice person at the other end can answer for you too
#33
Heat, great price for a genuinely desirable car, not on 5k pa too so should be good for most people considering a lease deal.
1 Like #34
Very very tempted. Is there a lead time does anyone know? My current lease deal ends on the 1/3/17
#35
Ordered a car from Yes Lease last month, very impressed with them.
#36
Tempted.
#37
happychappy
scotia2
nictry
PERCY_LONG_PRONG
whats the additional mileage charge? i need at least 20k allowance
How about clicking the link and finding out for yourself? Just a thought!
I cliked the link. Didn't see any excess mileage charges listed.
Hey have you got a phone in your house "it pays to talk"!!!!
I know. None of the lease sites show excess mileage was gonna be my point
#38
Lease + Fuel = Lots of money
6 Likes #39
fozey
Lease + Fuel = Lots of money
Does a non-lease car run on air?
#40
Will this be the 150bhp model? Trying to get up the exact spec.

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