VW Golf GTI - 5dr DSG - 220bhp, keyless entry, 18" alloys, sat nav, heated front seats, front/rear parking sensors etc. - £2400 deposit & £108/month - 2 year personal lease - £5145.38 - National vehicle solutions - HotUKDeals
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VW Golf GTI - 5dr DSG - 220bhp, keyless entry, 18" alloys, sat nav, heated front seats, front/rear parking sensors etc. - £2400 deposit & £108/month - 2 year personal lease - £5,145.38 - National vehicle solutions

£5145.38 @ National Vehicle Solutions
Great deal considering £30k list price and DSG variant. Initial monthly rental - £2400 23 monthly rentals of £108.93 Admin fee - £239.99 Total payable - £5145.38 based on 5k miles pa. Average £… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Great deal considering £30k list price and DSG variant.

Initial monthly rental - £2400
23 monthly rentals of £108.93
Admin fee - £239.99
Total payable - £5145.38 based on 5k miles pa.
Average £214 per month.

Excess mileage now 13.2p per mile.
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64 Likes
simmobb2
Not for me, can't see the point of having a great car you can't drive anywhere. 5K miles per annum is the deal breaker.

Just to let you know, the car doesn't stop working if you go over 5k pa.

7.2p per mile is a very reasonable excess mileage charge. So if you want an extra 10,000 miles over 2 years, then you pay an extra £720 over the term (equivalent to an extra £30 per month).

Also VWFS may lower the cost to 3.6p if you phone partly through your agreement (they have in the past and continue to do so).
50 Likes
I have no interest in actually taking up one of these car deals but i just come for the comments. Within minutes of this deal being posted, there's talk about reporting someone for defamation, HMRC, tax avoidance, personal attacks, accusations that another poster is Donald Trump....really, these lease deal comments are better than Eastenders for drama, entertainment and slap fighting.
43 Likes
I don't pay vat, or paye, or rent, or ni

Don't buy fuel either or my weekly shop

...... this is the same price I paid for my mates brand new 2018 p1 mclaren that he got off Alan Sugar who had a word with the Queen that granted me immunity from ever paying for anything I didn't want you pay for
33 Likes
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.

So you're comparing your lease exc VAT vs. a personal lease inc VAT? Hardly comparable.
16 Likes
markymark34
m5rcc
karlie88
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.
So you're comparing your lease exc VAT vs. a personal lease inc VAT? Hardly comparable.
Re-read what I wrote: this is the same price that what I got my R for... You decided to compare it.
Very easy to set up a limited company and expense it through that.
Any chance you would like to elaborate on this?

Tax avoidance.

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13 Likes #1
Not for me, can't see the point of having a great car you can't drive anywhere. 5K miles per annum is the deal breaker.
64 Likes #2
simmobb2
Not for me, can't see the point of having a great car you can't drive anywhere. 5K miles per annum is the deal breaker.

Just to let you know, the car doesn't stop working if you go over 5k pa.

7.2p per mile is a very reasonable excess mileage charge. So if you want an extra 10,000 miles over 2 years, then you pay an extra £720 over the term (equivalent to an extra £30 per month).

Also VWFS may lower the cost to 3.6p if you phone partly through your agreement (they have in the past and continue to do so).
9 Likes #3
I have to agree, 5k miles is a deal breaker....if this had been 10k miles then it would be scorching, but as is, luke warm at best!
5 Likes #4
The only "deal breaker" was that this is the same price that what I got my R for...
3 Likes #5
I reckon the Skoda Fabia's are better value.
5 Likes #6
mcormack
I reckon the Skoda Fabia's are better value.
A Fabia is Polo sized though, I think, so not a direct alternative to a Golf.
1 Like #7
m5rcc
The only "deal breaker" was that this is the same price that what I got my R for...


Wow really? That's very cheap
5 Likes #8
m5rcc
The only "deal breaker" was that this is the same price that what I got my R for...

Inc VAT? If so, what was was the monthly rentals and inital rental?

Because the cheapest Golf R hatchback on a personal lease has been £6.5k over the term - and that was without nav, no winter pack and no DSG. The R estates have been around £6.3k. No where near £5k...


Edited By: karlie88 on Oct 03, 2016 18:33
1 Like #9
mcormack
I reckon the Skoda Fabia's are better value.
Does Skoda still make a hot Fabia?
2 Likes #10
£97 for the manual
1 Like #11
oddballjamie
mcormack
I reckon the Skoda Fabia's are better value.
Does Skoda still make a hot Fabia?
All Fabs are hot! No longer an R version
#12
karlie88
m5rcc
The only "deal breaker" was that this is the same price that what I got my R for...
Inc VAT? If so, what was was the monthly rentals and inital rental?
Because the cheapest Golf R hatchback on a personal lease has been £6.5k over the term - and that was without nav, no winter pack and no DSG. The R estates have been around £6.3k. No where near £5k...

I took this deal out and negotiated the terms. Didn't need sat nav or winter pack. Manual hatch.
#13
m5rcc
karlie88
m5rcc
The only "deal breaker" was that this is the same price that what I got my R for...
Inc VAT? If so, what was was the monthly rentals and inital rental?
Because the cheapest Golf R hatchback on a personal lease has been £6.5k over the term - and that was without nav, no winter pack and no DSG. The R estates have been around £6.3k. No where near £5k...
I took this deal out

X)

So excluding VAT.
#14
karlie88
So excluding VAT.

I don't pay VAT.
#15
karlie88
simmobb2
Not for me, can't see the point of having a great car you can't drive anywhere. 5K miles per annum is the deal breaker.
Just to let you know, the car doesn't stop working if you go over 5k pa.
7.2p per mile is a very reasonable excess mileage charge. So if you want an extra 10,000 miles over 2 years, then you pay an extra £720 over the term (equivalent to an extra £30 per month).
Also VWFS may lower the cost to 3.6p if you phone partly through your agreement (they have in the past and continue to do so).

Absolutely this! It's often cheaper to take a 5k lease than a 10k lease for this reason, and also gives you more flexibility.

Cracking deal OP, would be all over it if I hadn't just bought an ST.
#16
mcormack
No longer an R version

You mean a vRS?
33 Likes #17
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.

So you're comparing your lease exc VAT vs. a personal lease inc VAT? Hardly comparable.
1 Like #18
karlie88
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.
So you're comparing your lease exc VAT vs. a personal lease inc VAT? Hardly comparable.

Re-read what I wrote: this is the same price that what I got my R for... You decided to compare it.

Very easy to set up a limited company and expense it through that.
4 Likes #19
m5rcc
karlie88
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.
So you're comparing your lease exc VAT vs. a personal lease inc VAT? Hardly comparable.
Re-read what I wrote: this is the same price that what I got my R for... You decided to compare it.
Very easy to set up a limited company and expense it through that.

Ta for that.
#20
5k not enough otherwise good
2 Likes #21
Good deal but worth asking your local dealer to match
No fee and possibly lower monthly
Got my R from Corkills of Wigan (superb)
Plus with the added bonus you can go pick it up
Important : MUST ASK FOR FLEET DEPT normal sales dept don't even go there...
1 Like #22
karlie88
simmobb2
Not for me, can't see the point of having a great car you can't drive anywhere. 5K miles per annum is the deal breaker.

Just to let you know, the car doesn't stop working if you go over 5k pa.

7.2p per mile is a very reasonable excess mileage charge. So if you want an extra 10,000 miles over 2 years, then you pay an extra £720 over the term (equivalent to an extra £30 per month).

Also VWFS may lower the cost to 3.6p if you phone partly through your agreement (they have in the past and continue to do so).


Can you tell me some more about how to get a reduction in the excess miles. I got my Audi A4 in may through Vw fs. I am well below miles but I will be increasing as I have just started a new job
4 Likes #23
m5rcc
karlie88
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.
So you're comparing your lease exc VAT vs. a personal lease inc VAT? Hardly comparable.

Re-read what I wrote: this is the same price that what I got my R for... You decided to compare it.

Very easy to set up a limited company and expense it through that.


Would you not have to pay BIK if you do it through limited company which would increase the costs?
#24
karlie88
simmobb2
Not for me, can't see the point of having a great car you can't drive anywhere. 5K miles per annum is the deal breaker.

Just to let you know, the car doesn't stop working if you go over 5k pa.

7.2p per mile is a very reasonable excess mileage charge. So if you want an extra 10,000 miles over 2 years, then you pay an extra £720 over the term (equivalent to an extra £30 per month).

Also VWFS may lower the cost to 3.6p if you phone partly through your agreement (they have in the past and continue to do so).


Is that the case. My vw Tiguan runs out April and I will if gone maybe 6/7k miles over. What do I do and say? This could save me hundreds!!!
#25
Stan
Would you not have to pay BIK if you do it through limited company which would increase the costs?

No as I don't make it available for "private use" and the car is not a perk.
1 Like #26
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.
normal people do
#27
Automatic?
#28
rodman
normal people do

Normal? If you want to pay more tax than you need to, please do go ahead...
#29
krakpot
Automatic?

In the sense that it has no clutch pedal, yes. But not a true automatic.
#30
Has anyone ordered one yet am on the fence
#31
m5rcc
karlie88
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.
So you're comparing your lease exc VAT vs. a personal lease inc VAT? Hardly comparable.

Re-read what I wrote: this is the same price that what I got my R for... You decided to compare it.

Very easy to set up a limited company and expense it through that.


Any chance you would like to elaborate on this?
16 Likes #32
markymark34
m5rcc
karlie88
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.
So you're comparing your lease exc VAT vs. a personal lease inc VAT? Hardly comparable.
Re-read what I wrote: this is the same price that what I got my R for... You decided to compare it.
Very easy to set up a limited company and expense it through that.
Any chance you would like to elaborate on this?

Tax avoidance.
3 Likes #33
m5rcc
karlie88
m5rcc
karlie88
So excluding VAT.
I don't pay VAT.
So you're comparing your lease exc VAT vs. a personal lease inc VAT? Hardly comparable.
Re-read what I wrote: this is the same price that what I got my R for... You decided to compare it.
Very easy to set up a limited company and expense it through that.

Fairly sure it's illegal to set up a limited company just to dodge VAT. Setting up a company is easy and cheap, but that doesn't sound very legal to me.
4 Likes #34
m5rcc
rodman
normal people do
Normal? If you want to pay more tax than you need to, please do go ahead...

Hope HMRC are on this forum :-)
#35
thearbiter65
Hope HMRC are on this forum :-)

HMRC are too busy chasing small time crooks. Nothing illegal.
7 Likes #36
m5rcc
thearbiter65
Hope HMRC are on this forum :-)
HMRC are too busy chasing small time crooks. Nothing illegal.

Setting up a company just to dodge VAT not illegal? Does this imply you are not a small time crook? Does that make you a 'big time Charlie' then? X)X)X)X)

Edited By: thearbiter65 on Oct 03, 2016 20:04
#37
thearbiter65
Fairly sure it's illegal to set up a limited company just to dodge VAT. Setting up a company is easy and cheap, but that doesn't sound very legal to me.

Who says I "dodge VAT". I expense the vehicle for business purposes as I do with all expenses. Nothing illegal.
1 Like #38
m5rcc
The only "deal breaker" was that this is the same price that what I got my R for...

You didn't get an 7R at this price, best deals were still over 6k on term.
#39
thearbiter65
m5rcc
thearbiter65
Hope HMRC are on this forum :-)
HMRC are too busy chasing small time crooks. Nothing illegal.
Setting up a company just to dodge VAT not illegal?

Again - unless you want to be reported for defamation, please tell me how I am dodging VAT?
10 Likes #40
Yawn - lets keep this relevant to the actual deal...

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