VOLVO XC60 D4 [190] SE NAV 5DR [LEATHER] 4X4 LEASE £784 dep + 35 months at £261 - - HotUKDeals
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VOLVO XC60 D4 [190] SE NAV 5DR [LEATHER] 4X4 LEASE £784 dep + 35 months at £261 - £9,932.82

£9932.82 @ Leaseyournextcar
High spec Volvo XC60 for just over £10k over 3 years on a more realistic 12k pa £9932 across 3 years plus £234 fee 3 months down then £261 pm - all inc. VAT Includes leather seats, Sat Nav, B… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
High spec Volvo XC60 for just over £10k over 3 years on a more realistic 12k pa

£9932 across 3 years plus £234 fee

3 months down then £261 pm - all inc. VAT

Includes leather seats, Sat Nav, Bluetooth etc.
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rollmesome
Manual? Cold


You plonker - understand the point of HUKD!
10 Likes
Excellent deal. from someone who understands car leasing.

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10 Likes #1
Excellent deal. from someone who understands car leasing.
1 Like #2
Bit gutted as a recently signed up for a Honda CR-V on a similarly priced deal (although for 15k PA). Delivery due at the end of the month :(
#3
Hot, good deal new one out shortly though
2 Likes #4
That is scorchio.
2 Likes #5
Good deal. New model out soon hence the discount.
Thumbs up here
#6
Very tempted. I currently have a company lease vehicle but have been considering taking the car allowance and jumping on to a personal lease plan. Not sure I need a 4x4 though....
4 Likes #7
Only farmers and gangster's need 4x4's. The rest of us get them for fun.
4 Likes #8
mittromney
Only farmers and gangster's need 4x4's. The rest of us get them for fun.

My idea of fun on 4 wheels is different to yours ;-)
1 Like #9
Manual? Cold
26 Likes #10
rollmesome
Manual? Cold


You plonker - understand the point of HUKD!
3 Likes #11
aing69
Bit gutted as a recently signed up for a Honda CR-V on a similarly priced deal (although for 15k PA). Delivery due at the end of the month :(

Don't be, I'm pretty sure the CR-V will in fact be a better bet.
2 Likes #12
rollmesome
Manual? Cold


Really?!?!? If I wanted a point and shoot vehicle, I'd buy a mobility scooter. If I want to drive a vehicle, it's always a manual.

Voted hot by the way :)
1 Like #13
For the kit level and calibre of car this is a good deal on the face of it. Love the Volvo designs across the range at the minute, I think they are nailing it. The engines I hear are also spot on.
1 Like #14
'hi spec' but doesn't come standard with front and rear parking sensors
1 Like #15
support28
'hi spec' but doesn't come standard with front and rear parking sensors


omg
3 Likes #16
support28
'hi spec' but doesn't come standard with front and rear parking sensors


renders it literally impossible to drive. solution? abandon the car the very first time you need to park, sign up for another hot lease deal, rinse lather repeat.


Damn those parking sensors, if only an alternative method of parking existed
#17
3 Likes #18
i know the country is going lease crazy, it seems the thing to do, but it just dont sit pretty with me, if you take 10k to a dealer you can walk away with a decent car in which you can sell on after 3 years and claim half your money back
1 Like #19
Super heat !!!! Excellent deal !!!! Great find op.
#20
lord_trumpington
Very tempted. I currently have a company lease vehicle but have been considering taking the car allowance and jumping on to a personal lease plan. Not sure I need a 4x4 though....
We have the XC60 D4 190 2WD - never again. You're constantly fighting with it - far too heavy for a FWD diesel with that kind of torque.
#21
support28
'hi spec' but doesn't come standard with front and rear parking sensors

Does it come with rear sensors?

Just saw this on the cost option page: Rear Park assist - As Standard

Ta

Edited By: xxyy3 on Jan 10, 2017 22:02
1 Like #22
The XC60 is due to be replaced in the next few months as it's the oldest model in Volvo's range so there'll be lots of deals coming up.
2 Likes #23

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49 minutes ago#18
i know the country is going lease crazy, it seems the thing to do, but it just dont sit pretty with me, if you take 10k to a dealer you can walk away with a decent car in which you can sell on after 3 years and claim half your money back

Some of the lease deals are not bad, it's an expensive car to buy with commensurate depreciation after the financial crash with low interest rates the whole new car business has moved towards leasing. They are clever with it and work on pretty tight margins. Over 3 years the depreciation on this from new would probably be around 3k a year.

I personally don't like leasing but understand why people go for them. I would rather buy something at a year old in January with with very low miles less than 10k balance of manufacturers warranty and keep for a couple of years then go again it's almost always cheaper than leasing unless it's a very expensive desirable car in limited supply.
#24
Is there an option to customise (exterior paint, interior etc)?
#25
maybe better deals on whatcar, just sayin
#26
nomeames
Is there an option to customise (exterior paint, interior etc)?
Yes, but you'll need to submit a request - it doesn't calculate automatically.

Met paint is £521 so worst case would be £14.47 pm (£521 / 36)
#27
aing69
nomeames
Is there an option to customise (exterior paint, interior etc)?
Yes, but you'll need to submit a request - it doesn't calculate automatically.
Met paint is £521 so worst case would be £14.47 pm (£521 / 36)
If you don't want to customise even then you can specify the colour? How would I know what are the default specs? For example there is a tab on the deal page "equipments and Options" but only lists standard features. In terms of customisation, I assume its only the internal and external colour only and nothing else?
1 Like #28
According to the specs this is the 2WD not the 4WD (AWD) version. It is misleading the way they continually refer to it as 4x4 when it is the front wheel drive version. I have a D5 AWD one of this and it's a good motor though I hate having an electronic oil level gauge hidden away in the display and no dipstick!
1 Like #29
Ross87
rollmesome
Manual? Cold
Really?!?!? If I wanted a point and shoot vehicle, I'd buy a mobility scooter. If I want to drive a vehicle, it's always a manual.
Voted hot by the way :)

I always would have said the same myself until recently. Take a look at the market in most high performance cars and you will find they all automatic since you couldn't change gear quick enough for what they can do these days. Take it a step further and look at most super or hyper cars which again all mostly autos.
Voted hot also btw :)
#30
My parents would've loved this if they hadn't just bought a xc40 cross country. Shame
#31
cecilmcroberts
Ross87
rollmesome
Manual? Cold
Really?!?!? If I wanted a point and shoot vehicle, I'd buy a mobility scooter. If I want to drive a vehicle, it's always a manual.
Voted hot by the way :)
I always would have said the same myself until recently. Take a look at the market in most high performance cars and you will find they all automatic since you couldn't change gear quick enough for what they can do these days. Take it a step further and look at most super or hyper cars which again all mostly autos.
Voted hot also btw :)

Yeah I find it incredibly disappointing (but I do understand the need for flappy paddles in f1 cars / high performance vehicles). I may just be rather 'old school' and set in my ways, but it doesn't feel like driving if you're not thinking about gear changes and manually changing the gear.

I've tried flappy paddle's / automatics and it took away a massive part of the enjoyment for me.

I'm just one of these old gits complaining about the youth of today becoming lazy and reinventing the wheel to satisfy their laziness.
#32
craig816
rollmesome
Manual? Cold


You plonker - understand the point of HUKD!


Do explain. All I see is almost 10k on a manual car which is going to look old in 2 months when xc60 is updated to look like xc90 and the price will be lower from dealers looking to register all old models.

E.g bmw in December 2016 were giving away 40k listed price cars at 299 a month and no deposit on 5 series with the new model due in Feb.
#33
nomeames
aing69
nomeames
Is there an option to customise (exterior paint, interior etc)?
Yes, but you'll need to submit a request - it doesn't calculate automatically.
Met paint is £521 so worst case would be £14.47 pm (£521 / 36)
If you don't want to customise even then you can specify the colour? How would I know what are the default specs? For example there is a tab on the deal page "equipments and Options" but only lists standard features. In terms of customisation, I assume its only the internal and external colour only and nothing else?
No, most options should be available. I recently leased an added extras like rear parking sensors - the dealer will provide an updated quote based on what options you choose.
1 Like #34
rollmesome
Manual? Cold
Muppet
#35
mittromney
Only farmers and gangster's need 4x4's. The rest of us get them for fun.


true and people who live in unpaved roads .
#36
I had a test drive with this car and all good except on motorway where it becomes very noisy. Some suggest double glazing would partially solve the problem. I personally think it's poor design.

Edited By: morcef on Jan 11, 2017 07:54: Wording
#37
aing69
nomeames
aing69
nomeames
Is there an option to customise (exterior paint, interior etc)?
Yes, but you'll need to submit a request - it doesn't calculate automatically.
Met paint is £521 so worst case would be £14.47 pm (£521 / 36)
If you don't want to customise even then you can specify the colour? How would I know what are the default specs? For example there is a tab on the deal page "equipments and Options" but only lists standard features. In terms of customisation, I assume its only the internal and external colour only and nothing else?
No, most options should be available. I recently leased an added extras like rear parking sensors - the dealer will provide an updated quote based on what options you choose.


I got park assist for myself when it first came out looked like a great gimmick. I only used it a handful of times. It only added only £5 p/m to my lease cost.
My advice go to the Volvo website and see what extras you can get / want and ask for a quote.
2 Likes #38
mittromney
aing69
nomeames
aing69
nomeames
Is there an option to customise (exterior paint, interior etc)?
Yes, but you'll need to submit a request - it doesn't calculate automatically.
Met paint is £521 so worst case would be £14.47 pm (£521 / 36)
If you don't want to customise even then you can specify the colour? How would I know what are the default specs? For example there is a tab on the deal page "equipments and Options" but only lists standard features. In terms of customisation, I assume its only the internal and external colour only and nothing else?
No, most options should be available. I recently leased an added extras like rear parking sensors - the dealer will provide an updated quote based on what options you choose.
I got park assist for myself when it first came out looked like a great gimmick. I only used it a handful of times. It only added only £5 p/m to my lease cost.
My advice go to the Volvo website and see what extras you can get / want and ask for a quote.

They are actually on the lease website (as full price options)

ON THE ROAD:
Rear parking camera - £313
Front and rear park assist - £271
Rear Park assist - As Standard
Volvo on call - £375
Active TFT Crystal Display - £292
BLIS (Blind Spot Information System) with Cross Traffic Alert - £417
Cruise control - As Standard
Lane departure warning with driver alert control, corner light, active high beam and road sign information display - £584
PAS - As Standard
DRIVER CONVENIENCE:
Sensus connect with Harman Kardon premium surround sound with radio/CD/DVD/HDD/Music storage, USB, 12 speakers, voice control and internet browser - £417
ENTERTAINMENT:
Solid paint - As Standard
Metallic paint - £521
Electric tilt/slide panoramic sunroof - £1000
Dark tinted glass for rear window + rear screen + side luggage area window - £292
Auto dimming interior + exterior mirrors - £146
Premium metallic paint - £771
Laminated windows with water repellent front side windows - £417
Auto dimming rear view mirror - As Standard
Special solid paint - £275
EXTERIOR FEATURES:
Heated steering wheel - £167
Electric drivers seat with memory + mirrors memory - £500
Electric passenger seat - £334

18" Leda diamond cut/black alloy wheels - £646
Tempa spare wheel - £125
Tyre sealant kit + 12v compressor - As Standard
18" Tucan alloy wheels - £584
19" Lesath diamond cut/matt black alloy wheels - £1105
20" Altais diamond cut/matt black alloy wheels - £1584
20" Titania black diamond cut alloy wheels - £1584
17" Valder alloy wheels - As Standard
20" Avior alloy wheels - £1584

Winter pack with active bending lights - XC60 - £959
Family pack - XC60 - £246
Driver support pack - XC60 - £1584
Winter pack - XC60 - £438
#39
Sensible & concise post. Heat given.
1 Like #40
Had one of these until a couple of months ago, excellent car. This is a great price - I was paying £70 a month more and that was a good deal when I got mine, probably due to upcoming replacement.

Don't believe the mpg figures though, mine was hovering just under 40 when I returned it after 20000 miles

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