Volvo XC60 Estate T5 SE Nav 5dr Geartronic - 245bhp - £1190 deposit & £198/month £5754 - 2 year lease - 8k miles pa @ WhatCar Leasing - HotUKDeals
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Volvo XC60 Estate T5 SE Nav 5dr Geartronic - 245bhp - £1190 deposit & £198/month £5,754.00 - 2 year lease - 8k miles pa @ WhatCar Leasing

£5754.00 @ What Car Magazine
£35.5k list price. 10k miles pa is about £14 more per month. Includes choice of metallic paint, sat nav, leather seats, parking sensors, auto wipers, semi-automatic transmission, etc. Also bonus… Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
£35.5k list price. 10k miles pa is about £14 more per month.

Includes choice of metallic paint, sat nav, leather seats, parking sensors, auto wipers, semi-automatic transmission, etc.

Also bonus of being delivered on a transporter direct from dealer and no admin fees.

Personal lease

Initial rental - £1190.66

23 monthly rentals of £198.44

8k miles pa

Total payable over term - £5754.76

Equivalent to £239.78 per month

Higher mileage, lower initial rentals etc. available by contacting the dealer.



all of the top comments are wrong:

1. you don't pay VED on a lease
2. the mpg of this is officially 42.2mpg, maybe you will only get 30mpg, not sure; the engine was changed in 2015 from a much less efficient model, so old figures are totally irrelevant.
3. 8000/20 = 400, not 800, but anyway you maybe get 30mpg, rather than 45mpg on a diesel. 266 gallons @ £5.44 = £1436 vs 177 gallons at £5.55 £982. Around £40/month difference inf uel comments
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41 Likes
WalterWhitee
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Good deal. Voted hot.
Why they are using a brown car to sell it is beyond me! :|
Volvo = geography teacher
Your joke = not funny
16 Likes
8000 miles per annum at 20mpg = 800 gallons of jungle juice. At £5 per gallon = £4k. 40mpg would be £2k. So comparable deal for diesel would be £83.33 per month more, £281.77 per month if diesel deal would be equivalent. Still a cheap car. Just need to factor in the fuel compared to the overall cost. Not bad for a 35k car
15 Likes
If you are thinking of buying a car like this then I suggest you do so before 1st April when the road tax will increase from £180 to an eye watering £500 !

Cars registered before 1st April will also likely command a much higher residual value as a result of the ridiculous road tax increases.
13 Likes
OrribleHarry
Nice car but being petrol may be very thirsty?

17.5mpg according to Honest John's Real MPG site.

A lot of car for the money without a doubt, and heat added, but remember it's a 9 year old model now, with a new one imminent.
10 Likes
i was sold till I saw the mpg

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#1
What does the initial rental mean? Is it what you pay upfront as a deposit but don't get back? Cheers
1 Like #2
Very nice deal. Heat added.
2 Likes #3
Good deal. Voted hot.

Why they are using a brown car to sell it is beyond me! :|
1 Like #4
paza12
What does the initial rental mean? Is it what you pay upfront as a deposit but don't get back? Cheers

Yes, that's correct
1 Like #5
paza12
What does the initial rental mean? Is it what you pay upfront as a deposit but don't get back? Cheers

As above. It's basically your first monthly payment with 23 monthly payments to follow.
5 Likes #6
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Good deal. Voted hot.

Why they are using a brown car to sell it is beyond me! :|


To appeal to everyone's inner James May :D
1 Like #7
Good deal.
4 Likes #8
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Good deal. Voted hot.

Why they are using a brown car to sell it is beyond me! :|
Think its because when people **** themselves over May's brexit terms it will show far less...
3 Likes #9
that is ALOT of car for the money oO
#10
Good deal. Voted hot.... typical as ive just swapped!
1 Like #11
Very tempted too get this, always wanted to see how these volvo performed
1 Like #12
Very Very tempting - voted hot
1 Like #13
WoW !!!
15 Likes #14
If you are thinking of buying a car like this then I suggest you do so before 1st April when the road tax will increase from £180 to an eye watering £500 !

Cars registered before 1st April will also likely command a much higher residual value as a result of the ridiculous road tax increases.
4 Likes #15
Thoughtful
If you are thinking of buying a car like this then I suggest you do so before 1st April when the road tax will increase from £180 to an eye watering £500 !

Cars registered before 1st April will also likely command a much higher residual value as a result of the ridiculous road tax increases.


this is a lease, they pay the tax for you...
1 Like #16
Thoughtful
If you are thinking of buying a car like this then I suggest you do so before 1st April when the road tax will increase from £180 to an eye watering £500 !

Cars registered before 1st April will also likely command a much higher residual value as a result of the ridiculous road tax increases.


you wouldn't pay the tax on this deal
#17
Nice car but being petrol may be very thirsty?
#18
Great car. Got the r design just a few months ago but paying £300 a month over 36 months. Cracking find
#19
Holy moly that's a lot of car. Anyone know excess mileage costs.
#20
ardoyne137
Great car. Got the r design just a few months ago but paying £300 a month over 36 months. Cracking find

Wow. oO

http://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/deals/volvo/xc60/estate-t5-245-r-design-nav-5dr-geartronic/personal/1188406/

One of the problems with lease deals, you just don't know what offer's on next.

Enjoying the car? :)
13 Likes #21
OrribleHarry
Nice car but being petrol may be very thirsty?

17.5mpg according to Honest John's Real MPG site.

A lot of car for the money without a doubt, and heat added, but remember it's a 9 year old model now, with a new one imminent.
#22
not one of the dealers stand over the cost advertised on that site. had two quotes for a Kia Sportage today and they were approx £40/month higher than advertised. false advertising!!!!!!
1 Like #23
ezzer72
OrribleHarry
Nice car but being petrol may be very thirsty?

17.5mpg according to Honest John's Real MPG site.

A lot of car for the money without a doubt, and heat added, but remember it's a 9 year old model now, with a new one imminent.


My dad has one & whilst it's not in the teens, it's not much more, about 21-22mpg
1 Like #24
ezzer72
OrribleHarry
Nice car but being petrol may be very thirsty?
17.5mpg according to Honest John's Real MPG site.
A lot of car for the money without a doubt, and heat added, but remember it's a 9 year old model now, with a new one imminent.

Ouch!!
3 Likes #25
Super Heat !!! If wasn't a 25year old bloke with no kids I would go for this !!! It's just abit beyond my years to own something like this ha.
10 Likes #26
i was sold till I saw the mpg
#27
Bikerdanny
Super Heat !!! If wasn't a 25year old bloke with no kids I would go for this !!! It's just abit beyond my years to own something like this ha.

I was thinking the exact same thing, I'd have no use for this at all :D
1 Like #28
Very good, especially as its an auto and there are next to no good deals on autos.

Might pop to a dealer to have a look at one.
2 Likes #29
taker920
ezzer72
OrribleHarry
Nice car but being petrol may be very thirsty?
17.5mpg according to Honest John's Real MPG site.
A lot of car for the money without a doubt, and heat added, but remember it's a 9 year old model now, with a new one imminent.
My dad has one & whilst it's not in the teens, it's not much more, about 21-22mpg

Sounds about right for a 2 tonne vehicle with 245bhp and a 0-62mph in 7.2s. :D
#30
Very good dea l. Paying 320 for the new Tiguan and this is a much better deal
1 Like #31
karlie88
taker920
ezzer72
OrribleHarry
Nice car but being petrol may be very thirsty?
17.5mpg according to Honest John's Real MPG site.
A lot of car for the money without a doubt, and heat added, but remember it's a 9 year old model now, with a new one imminent.
My dad has one & whilst it's not in the teens, it's not much more, about 21-22mpg
Sounds about right for a 2 tonne vehicle with 245bhp and a 0-62mph in 7.2s. :D

Doesn't sound so bad if you say it will be between £40-£50 of petrol a week. :)
8 Likes #32
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Good deal. Voted hot.
Why they are using a brown car to sell it is beyond me! :|

Volvo = geography teacher
3 Likes #33
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Good deal. Voted hot.
Why they are using a brown car to sell it is beyond me! :|
Apparently, brown is currently the most popular colour for new vehicles. Used to be black a few years ago, then white more recently and now, brown.

I have the Diesel D5 of this and paid a lot more before they started discounting it. Hands on the best vehicle I've driven in 20 plus years of motoring - and I've driven a fair few new ones via leases.
41 Likes #34
WalterWhitee
GAVINLEWISHUKD
Good deal. Voted hot.
Why they are using a brown car to sell it is beyond me! :|
Volvo = geography teacher
Your joke = not funny
1 Like #35
petrol? Cold
1 Like #36
paza12
What does the initial rental mean? Is it what you pay upfront as a deposit but don't get back? Cheers


yes
16 Likes #37
8000 miles per annum at 20mpg = 800 gallons of jungle juice. At £5 per gallon = £4k. 40mpg would be £2k. So comparable deal for diesel would be £83.33 per month more, £281.77 per month if diesel deal would be equivalent. Still a cheap car. Just need to factor in the fuel compared to the overall cost. Not bad for a 35k car
#38
taker920
ezzer72
OrribleHarry
Nice car but being petrol may be very thirsty?
17.5mpg according to Honest John's Real MPG site.
A lot of car for the money without a doubt, and heat added, but remember it's a 9 year old model now, with a new one imminent.
My dad has one & whilst it's not in the teens, it's not much more, about 21-22mpg

Oh my.... That's not good.
#39
Got a quote from Mill Volvo. Terms are slightly different but better in my opinion. They quoted me 6 + 23 @ £221.34 per month + £664.02 initial. Total cost of £5754.84.
#40
PhoenixRising
Got a quote from Mill Volvo. Terms are slightly different but better in my opinion. They quoted me 6 + 23 @ £221.34 per month + £664.02 initial. Total cost of £5754.84.

Thanks, am considering going for this. Do you know if any colour is available? Also any idea on lead time?

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