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VW Polo 1.2 TSi Match 5dr- PCH 8k miles p.a. - 6+35 - £842 + £140 = £5,756.00 @ What Car? £5,756.00

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There are some pretty good PCH deals on the Volkswagen Polo at the moment, presumably as VW dealerships clear down their stock in advance of the new Polo being released (?). This is an example of a…
There are some pretty good PCH deals on the Volkswagen Polo at the moment, presumably as VW dealerships clear down their stock in advance of the new Polo being released (?). This is an example of a…
mission701 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago18 Comments
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TL Darby, a VW dealer, are offering the same car for £4,905.24 or a net £136.26/month, which is £23.63/mth/net cheaper.
Nice - link?
They have since increased the price to a net £154.43/mth, but still cheaper than your deal.
£1220.40 *1 (initial rental) + £135.60 *35 (monthly rental) = £5,966.40 - no? Still a good deal though.

Blimey they re-raised the price! Too bad...
m5rcc
mission701
m5rcc
TL Darby, a VW dealer, are offering the same car for £4,905.24 or a net £136.26/month, which is £23.63/mth/net cheaper.
Nice - link?
They have since increased the price to a net £154.43/mth, but still cheaper than your deal.
£1220.40 *1 (initial rental) + £135.60 *35 (monthly rental) = £5,966.40 - no? Still a good deal though.
mission701
m5rcc
TL Darby, a VW dealer, are offering the same car for £4,905.24 or a net £136.26/month, which is £23.63/mth/net cheaper.
Nice - link?

They have since increased the price to a net £154.43/mth, but still cheaper than your deal.
m5rcc
TL Darby, a VW dealer, are offering the same car for £4,905.24 or a net £136.26/month, which is £23.63/mth/net cheaper.
Nice - link?
TL Darby, a VW dealer, are offering the same car for £4,905.24 or a net £136.26/month, which is £23.63/mth/net cheaper.
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Brand New 2017 Volkswagen Golf GT Deal - What Car - £155.00 pound a month - WOW - JCT600

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Just seen this deal on what car leasing. Brand new Golf GT £155 pound a month no hidden fees. Limited Offer
Just seen this deal on what car leasing. Brand new Golf GT £155 pound a month no hidden fees. Limited Offer
Nicolaperkins Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago35 Comments
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Not as good as this one!:
this is on offer now at http://www.newvehiclediscounts.com 500 admin fee no deposit upfront then 250 per month for 2yr lease with 10k miles. bargain !!
Cost wise, its really the total cost over the term & the APR that matter. All good quoting deposits & monthly figures but retailers play with all of these to suck in the gullable who ignore the final cost vs competitors.
fedex1401
rozed
Dirty stinking polluting vehicles, roll on when diesels are banned from cities around the world in the next few years, people will stop buying them and they will disappear from the marketplace.
Name a fuel source that doesn't pollute, either directly or indirectly. The anti-diesel brigade are probably the same type of people who were campaigning against CO2 emissions from petrol cars before it became fashionable to criticise diesel. :{

And it's only become fashionable since the VW scandal even though it was obvious they were cheating when everyone else was developing new diesel engines to meet emission standards and they were sticking with the same old lump they'd had for years
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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

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£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…
£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…
karlie88 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago244 Comments
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Bunch of cowboys, have also been told June now and have already got a buyer for our old car
scaryprowler
I've just recieved a double-blow of bad news! Delivery date is now 5th June and becuase of the VED changes coming into play 1st April, they've revised the quotation, some exta £10pm and the inital up another £70 or so!

They said that the January promotion generated orders in excess of 5000+.

This was with Mill Volvo.

All very annoying as I was getting ready to sell the wifes current car!


They've revised my quote by a lot more - interested to know your mileage for comparison.
scaryprowler
I've just recieved a double-blow of bad news! Delivery date is now 5th June and becuase of the VED changes coming into play 1st April, they've revised the quotation, some exta £10pm and the inital up another £70 or so!

They said that the January promotion generated orders in excess of 5000+.

This was with Mill Volvo.

All very annoying as I was getting ready to sell the wifes current car!


I had the following reply when escalating the issue to Customer Services manager:

Thank you for your email.

I am very sorry however I must confirm the information provided by Mill Garages is correct. We will of course honour our quote in terms of the price of the vehicle however any VED changes are out of our control. We must therefore reflect the higher rate for cars due from 1st April 2017. Likewise if the government had reduced the VED price, we would have ensured the saving was passed back to the customer and I feel our customers would rightly have expected that.

I’m afraid this VED change is out of our control and isn’t something we can waiver, it must be paid to the government.

I regret Mr Sparrow that there is nothing further we can do to assist. If you want to proceed, the higher rate of VED will apply.
Just been told that my delivery date is 6.6.17 - a 20 weeks wait from when I ordered. Oh, and also I'll have to pay more now as the new VED charges will apply. So angry with Volvo and Mill.
scaryprowler
I've just recieved a double-blow of bad news! Delivery date is now 5th June and becuase of the VED changes coming into play 1st April, they've revised the quotation, some exta £10pm and the inital up another £70 or so!
They said that the January promotion generated orders in excess of 5000+.
This was with Mill Volvo.
All very annoying as I was getting ready to sell the wifes current car!

Thought this may have happened. If you can afford the extra few hundred pounds then fine, but I'd threaten to cancel the order. If enough people do this then the dealership/Volvo finance will absorb the cost.
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MINI Clubman Diesel Estate 2.0 Cooper D 6dr [Chili Pack] 8,000mpa - £32.98 + VAT Monthly Lease + Initial Payment £98.94 + VAT via What Car Magazine £1,503.89

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Looks like a glitch, business contract hire, initial payment £98.94 and £32.98 +VAT with 8K miles per year
Looks like a glitch, business contract hire, initial payment £98.94 and £32.98 +VAT with 8K miles per year
turtle80 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago36 Comments
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Just had one hired 4 d weekend. The car is awesome. Not sure about d deal
The
I would hope people wouldn't hire cars to people who call it "d weekend".
To be completely honest I would hope the DVLA wouldn't let people who intentionally use "d" as a word on our roads.
I'm all for letting people get away with honest spelling mistakes and even poor grammar but what you just did to the English language is appalling.
:D
They're worth peanuts :p

Edited By: pops1975 on Jan 15, 2017 14:56: .
Rubbish deal you would be better buying a P- reg Ford Mondeo.
matth5182
have these still got the 'suicide door' ?


​In case you're serious, no - that went out with the old model.
It's gone they have corrected it
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Unbelievable contract hire deals available on Nissan Leaf Via What Car Magazine

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I posted my last Leaf deal 3 yrs ago, 40,000+ miles later and I've no regrets. Yes, I know the limited range of EVs isn't ideal for everyone, but for people like us who do 30+ miles of school run ev…
I posted my last Leaf deal 3 yrs ago, 40,000+ miles later and I've no regrets. Yes, I know the limited range of EVs isn't ideal for everyone, but for people like us who do 30+ miles of school run ev…
Fogg1969 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago230 Comments
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terriclarkfan
We collected our new '17 plate 30kwh LEAF Acenta today.
Our deal was a £200 deposit + £238 x 24 for 12,000 miles per year. Got mats and flowers on top, but I think they're a standard sweetener.
The cherry on the cake was that our previous PCP LEAF was 15,000 miles over its mileage limit @ 10p/mile. The Nissan dealer took the car back at no charge to us. A year's mileage for free!
My wife wasn't keen on the cheap flat red colour so she managed to get magnetic red metallic for an extra £175 to seal the deal (so £375 + £238 x 24)
PM me if you're interested in a referral for this offer. I rang a handful of other Nissan dealers and none of them came close. YMMV.

Could you send details of which dealership this was though, looking for a similar deal :) Thanks
We collected our new '17 plate 30kwh LEAF Acenta today.

Our deal was a £200 deposit + £238 x 24 for 12,000 miles per year. Got mats and flowers on top, but I think they're a standard sweetener.

The cherry on the cake was that our previous PCP LEAF was 15,000 miles over its mileage limit @ 10p/mile. The Nissan dealer took the car back at no charge to us. A year's mileage for free!

My wife wasn't keen on the cheap flat red colour so she managed to get magnetic red metallic for an extra £175 to seal the deal (so £375 + £238 x 24)

PM me if you're interested in a referral for this offer. I rang a handful of other Nissan dealers and none of them came close. YMMV.
we currently have the acenta on a 4 day test drive, blown away by it. never had a leaf prior to this.

the acceleration is crazy, its 0-20 and 0-40 is statistically brilliant and it shows when driving it.

can not recommend this car enough
Fogg1969
If you've not already, try asking on the Speakev forum... If there's a deal to be had you'll more likely find it there.https://speakev.com/threads/brand-new-leaf-acenta-30kwh-199-deposit-199-per-month.22721/

Thanks, had an overnight test drive and I'm impressed with the car.

Just need to find the right deal now. :-)
Ready sooner than thought - my dealer has been in touch to arrange delivery from 13th Feb - happy days!
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Ford Fiesta 1.0 EcoBoost 140 ST-Line SatNav 3dr - 24mth Personal lease (8k mpa) - 23 x £131.64 + £394.92 upfront - Total £3,442.64 - T.C.Harrison Ford / Whatcar lease £3,442.64

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Tidy wee car for the wife or the teenager Transmission:Manual Fuel Type:Petrol Body Style:Small family car Top Speed:125 mph Road Tax:Included UK Delivery:Included Metallic Paint:Includ…
Tidy wee car for the wife or the teenager Transmission:Manual Fuel Type:Petrol Body Style:Small family car Top Speed:125 mph Road Tax:Included UK Delivery:Included Metallic Paint:Includ…
dajambo Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago274 Comments
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My car is arriving on the 25th , finally...
ses6jwg
Folks had another quote today from a local Evans Halshaw Ford dealer
2017 ST line 2 door in Deep Impact Blue Metallic. 15k mileage allowance. Cruise control.
£509.97 + 35 payments of £169.99. excess mileage 3.96ppm with no admin fee
really stuck on these which do you think is best value folks? Do I stick with the zetec s black or go with the st line ?
don't know I need cruise or not really.

did u try tc harrison?
Folks had another quote today from a local Evans Halshaw Ford dealer

2017 ST line 2 door in Deep Impact Blue Metallic. 15k mileage allowance. Cruise control.

£509.97 + 35 payments of £169.99. excess mileage 3.96ppm with no admin fee

really stuck on these which do you think is best value folks? Do I stick with the zetec s black or go with the st line ?

don't know I need cruise or not really.
I went to local dealer they tried to get me onto options.

did get a PCH quote in the end but came in at 190 pcm on a 3+35 with cruise on 8k

dealer up north quoted me £170 pcm on 3+35 with cruise and 15k allowance... why such a gap? should I try to my dealer to match it or go for zetec s deal above? thoughts guys?
went a different route selling both our cars got a deal on the older zetec s black edition 3+35 £162 pcm 15k mileage with 3.3p excess 299 admin fee. privacy glass and spare wheel

Edited By: ses6jwg on Oct 28, 2016 11:56: wrong
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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Flair 5dr, personal lease, 24 months (3+23), 8 kpa, no admin fee, metallic paint, 118.04 per month all in, total £2,832.96. @ Evans Halshaw

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Hi, this is my first deal, so please don’t be too harsh. I have seen a few deals for Citroen C1 lately and this one is very similar to what I’ve got a while ago. This is top of the range (without ex…
Hi, this is my first deal, so please don’t be too harsh. I have seen a few deals for Citroen C1 lately and this one is very similar to what I’ve got a while ago. This is top of the range (without ex…
dealster216 Avatar10m, 10h agoFound 10 months, 10 hours ago30 Comments
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Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment.
Great price if the plan suits you though!
I can't see mention of a balloon in the specs?
PS Stop telling porkies.

If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - fact!

If contract hire the vehicle goes back, no choice in that.

Seriously, I hope you're a cash or HP customer, or are friends with a silicitor!


​Wow
Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment.
Great price if the plan suits you though!
I can't see mention of a balloon in the specs?
PS Stop telling porkies.
If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - fact!
If contract hire the vehicle goes back, no choice in that.
Seriously, I hope you're a cash or HP customer, or are friends with a silicitor!

You're confusing a personal lease with PCP. Don't worry easy mistake to make.
Again, if this is a LEASE agreement you are responsible for the balloon payment at the end. If you sell or trade tha car in & it makes more (unlikely) you keep the difference, if it makes less you pay the difference. PCP & PCH are less risk with a slightly higher payment.
Great price if the plan suits you though!
I can't see mention of a balloon in the specs?
PS Stop telling porkies.

If it's a lease there's a balloon payment you're responsible for - fact!

If contract hire the vehicle goes back, no choice in that.

Seriously, I hope you're a cash or HP customer, or are friends with a silicitor!
Got a pretty similar deal last month and received my C1 last week. Absolutely love it. Great little car.
I had a mate drive me around in one of these and it's surprisingly nimble for a 3-cylinder setup. It's not a BMW i8, but certainly handles it well around the bends.
It's all in the gearing and power to weight really. It's set up for city/town usage.
You're not gonna be touring europe in it.

Well not with only 8k per year mileage allowance!

Our C1 took an epic journey to Southern Spain in 2008. Driving was no issue. Lack of aircon was more of an issue. :)
It's also been snowboarding to the Italian Alps.
It has now retired from anything more than driving me to work. (Still 66 miles a day)
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FREE copy of Whatcar? Magazine!! RRP £4.99

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Free copy of Whatcar? Magazine. Totally free... no subscription needed, although you will get a phone call from a Haymarket magazine rep to try and sign you up... Just say NO!!!
Free copy of Whatcar? Magazine. Totally free... no subscription needed, although you will get a phone call from a Haymarket magazine rep to try and sign you up... Just say NO!!!
Foxy Avatar10m, 6d agoFound 10 months, 6 days ago6 Comments
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Cold as you have to go through the grief of the pushy telephone sales call.


​To be fair I did make that very clear in the listing... It's not difficult to say NO!!
Cold as you have to go through the grief of the pushy telephone sales call.
heat from me :)
Cheebley
i think that deserves a little heat. thanks


Thanks! ​Unfortunately at -15 more people think it's colder than a snowman's junk!! What more do they want......Blood!?
i think that deserves a little heat. thanks
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AUDI A4 Avant 1.4t FRI SPORT 24+3 Lease £249.80pm Inc vat Swansway via Whatcar £6,744.60

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Not bad for an Audi A4 AVANT lease. This is for 10000 miles pa, excess mileage is 7.2p per mile.
Not bad for an Audi A4 AVANT lease. This is for 10000 miles pa, excess mileage is 7.2p per mile.
Marmite32 Avatar11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago12 Comments
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Cold from me as i got this on the deal posted the other month and paying the same amount on 25k mileage.8)
Not nearly as good as the deal 2 months ago, but still a decent price for this car if a time machine isn't available.
brilliant price for a 2 year lease! hot!!
that's a good price for a good car
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Volkswagen Tiguan Diesel Estate 2.0 TDi BlueMotion Tech Match £4,742.40 (Lease) @ WhatCar

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For those that missed out on the Passat AllTrack deal, I know this is no where near as good but its not half bad £182.40 an month with just 3 months down as a deposit, its 8000 miles a year over 2 yea…
For those that missed out on the Passat AllTrack deal, I know this is no where near as good but its not half bad £182.40 an month with just 3 months down as a deposit, its 8000 miles a year over 2 yea…
padone Avatar1y, 2w agoFound 1 year, 2 weeks ago70 Comments
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djjibran
Mermoo
If my A3 sportback at £14pm doesn't come through I might get this...
how did you get that deal?


chezvegas85
MazingerZ
My insurance is currently £2,500+. :(
veyron?
Ferrari IN10 2012
VW?
Liar Liar Liar ....
CrazyBob
Looks a decent deal, I'm just waiting for the dealer to tell me VW won't let me have the Alltrack
My mate has been credit checked so his deals been honoured. They told him if they have not done a credit check then the orders will be cancelled, all theses credit checked are getting the deal.
Link not working?
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Nissan Nv200 Combi Diesel Estate 1.5 dci 110 Acenta 5dr [7 Seat] £3,324.56 @ arbury nissan £687.84 deposit and 23 months at £114.64 - whatcar.com

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7 seater mpv 24 month lease works out at £138.52 a month all in good for a large family on a budget. its based on a van so not the most refined mpv. 3000 n200,s will hit the streets of new yo…
7 seater mpv 24 month lease works out at £138.52 a month all in good for a large family on a budget. its based on a van so not the most refined mpv. 3000 n200,s will hit the streets of new yo…
oliver231 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago95 Comments
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not really as that is what was told to me by Audi. It was 24 months or 20'000 miles for the service. I had it as a company car so it made no difference to me if i had it serviced or not as it didnt cost me.
It would have cost you time and hassle should it have blown in your face, no?
i wouldnt have thought so since there is a manufacturers warranty with it being a brand new car. i doubt Audi wants the second hand market for its cars to drop if they are giving people the wrong information with regards to servicing.
Now, emissions on the other hand is a different story :)

YOUR time and YOUR hassle. I know it's covered by a warranty, but it's a ballache nevertheless...
m5rcc
neostar4096
not really as that is what was told to me by Audi. It was 24 months or 20'000 miles for the service. I had it as a company car so it made no difference to me if i had it serviced or not as it didnt cost me.
It would have cost you time and hassle should it have blown in your face, no?

i wouldnt have thought so since there is a manufacturers warranty with it being a brand new car. i doubt Audi wants the second hand market for its cars to drop if they are giving people the wrong information with regards to servicing.

Now, emissions on the other hand is a different story :)
After initially being quoted this price by Arbury Nissan, I have now had an email telling me that the price is over £300 per month - an increase of over 140% on the initial price quoted. Very annoyed at having my time wasted by these chumps :(
Sir Charles
jhw
trollipops
friiza
Do the back seats go.flat? Might want to fling a mattress in there for summer tourism
What kind of tourism is that for :{
Probably benefits tourism - you could get a Romanian family living in it.
I wonder if you could fit all the chips on your shoulder into the back of one.
I doubt it.

What, no sense of humour, Sir Charles? Probably had a brain bypass!
GalaxyFive
Is this deal still available? Link doesn't work

Nah....EXPIRED ......probably due to the sheer ugliness of it !..... LOL
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Peugeot 208 1.2 PureTech Allure 5dr - 2yr £133.24 a month £399.72 deposit £3,064.52 @ whatcar

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Good price for a mid level hatchback. I actually quite like the look of this - keeping an eye on it in the new year for a potential second car (although I've changed ideal vehicle about 10 times).…
Good price for a mid level hatchback. I actually quite like the look of this - keeping an eye on it in the new year for a potential second car (although I've changed ideal vehicle about 10 times).…
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Not sure how it rides...1.2 so will definitely be horrifically slow!
ftfy

in comparison to an Up! or something like that. Ha clearly not against a Golf or A4...
Not sure how it rides...1.2 so will definitely be horrifically slow!

ftfy
god a 208 gti was a bargain wasnt it :)
Worst new car I've driven. The engine has won many accolades. Reving the **** off of it to move away from a standstill, didn't seem to get highlighted ;) Terrible car
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VW Tiguan 2 year lease 8,000 miles a year - £216pm £648 deposit - no additional fees £5,616.00 @ whatcar

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Been looking at these for a while. It is the standard 2wd model, but great price for what you are getting (ignoring emissions scandal). Depreciation calculator for the model shows £8,815 reduction
Been looking at these for a while. It is the standard 2wd model, but great price for what you are getting (ignoring emissions scandal). Depreciation calculator for the model shows £8,815 reduction
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Anyone still waiting for their Tiguan to arrive? Mine won't turn up until the 2nd week of March....
Got one of these for the wife in March two year deal and cannot wait to give it back, she will not drive it at all due to handbrake, auto lights, auto wipers, turning off at lights etc.

I did not like it either to begin with but now getting used to it.

Make no mistake its a very fast car will do 140 easy at 3500 revs.

Its good for making you walk as the wife makes me park it miles away from any other car to stop any damage.

Took gap insurance as well.

Not a comfy car as I always get a sore butt quickly, turning circle very poor.

Will need tyres before handing it back and a service which will be expensive, any damage will need sorted as well.
GreyWales
magic_man
Thanks, just ordering the tiguan - working out at over the term as 7392.85 but I upped the milage to 15k PA and added service and maintenance...
Make sure it's not cheaper to just pay the extra mileage fees on the 7.2p per mile or whatever it is before ordering :)

Thanks! I was going to opt for the 8000 miles and pay the 7.2p but if you do that and add servicing they told me I might only get the services up to 16000 miles... not sure if that is true.... but I wanted tyres and servicing covered so I only have to worry about the insurance....

I'm pretty much guaranteed to do over 30k miles in the 2 years. More likely 40k but at an overall cost of £308 per month all in other than insurance it's allot cheaper than my 318d...

Gap insurance purchased too.

Should take delivery after xmas.

Thanks for posting.
magic_man
very tempted to get on the bandwagon here, especially with the low price on the additional MPG. Should I be getting things like gap insurance?

Think you'd be bonkers not to get gap insurance on a lease.
magic_man
Thanks, just ordering the tiguan - working out at over the term as 7392.85 but I upped the milage to 15k PA and added service and maintenance...

Make sure it's not cheaper to just pay the extra mileage fees on the 7.2p per mile or whatever it is before ordering :)
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Nissan Note Hatchback 1.2 Visia 5dr lease deal £590.34 deposit 23 months @ £98.39 £250 admin fee £3,103.31 @ whatcar

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8000 miles a year not as good a deal as the pulsar but not bad for small family car admin fee of £250 also.
8000 miles a year not as good a deal as the pulsar but not bad for small family car admin fee of £250 also.
oliver231 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago36 Comments
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i have a rustbucket tht only cost £300
We have the Tekna version...great car.
Great price especially if you want a small car just to get to work,.
isitnexttohim
Lease deals are madness, as pointed out above - I could buy a TR7 for that money and sell it in two years time and turn a profit.


​Here we go.....
Try haggling the administration fee down, it sometimes works if other lease companies are close to this deal. It worked for my missus.
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Nissan Pulsar Diesel Hatchback 1.5 dCi Visia 5dr lease £709.62 deposit and 23 months at £118.27

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8000mls a year a diesel family car for under £120 a month.
8000mls a year a diesel family car for under £120 a month.
oliver231 Avatar1y, 7m agoFound 1 year, 7 months ago400 Comments
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I got one on the deal great car and economy they even included force red met paint for free. also didn't pay admin fee. I got Bristol street motors to price machine. Comes out at £120.89 per month for me.
local dealer Bristol street motors. even got matelic paint for free
paultravis146
picked mine up on this deal yesterday, great car for money

Did you have to pick it up from your local dealer or was it delivered to your address?
picked mine up on this deal yesterday, great car for money
Has anyone actually gone for this deal?
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Volvo V40 Hatchback T2 R DESIGN 5dr - 2 Years Personal Lease (8k mpa) - £6,058.00 / £252pm @ P.V. Dobson Volvo

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Seems like an ok deal on a decent looking motor - might interest someone. 3 x £233 = £699 initial payment 23 x (£233 monthly) see below for other payment options :
Seems like an ok deal on a decent looking motor - might interest someone. 3 x £233 = £699 initial payment 23 x (£233 monthly) see below for other payment options :
dajambo Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago82 Comments
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A lease car restricted to 8k / year is pretty useless for most people who might need one for work, or utilise a cash allowance etc to cover the costs.
Personally imo anyone who actually does less than 8k per year but pays out to lease a brand new car must be crazy. Agree with the comments about buying a car a few years old, or for such low usage one 5 years old will be so much more cost effective and reliable enough as long as it's been looked after properly.
I do around 20 miles per day with work related commuting. So around 4000 miles pa, that gives me 4000 miles for my leisure use. How is that classified pretty useless?
You presume reliability with a 5 year old car. You have no way of knowing it it was trashed or not. Main dealer service history and a few stamps do not constitute reliability. Most internal and external misuse of a car can be easily concealed with a good valet and some smart repairs.Plus if you have the disposable income to afford a lease, why is it crazy?
I said a lease car restricted to 8k per year was pretty useless for MOST people who might need one for work, not all people. So you do 4k business miles a year, good for you, you're probably in the minority of business car users with that, and therefore wouldn't be relevant for my comment. Why you therefore felt compelled to justify it I don't know.
And the other comment I made was clearly stated as IMO anyone doing such low mileage would be better off buying rather than leasing is what I think. TO lease is just throwing serious money away, but if people have the wish to do so I couldn't care less, it was just my opinion, which I stand by. If people are doing serious business mileage then a lease with proper mileage allowance makes far more sense, but for under 8k a year I don't think so.

Your opinion is very valid. Calling people crazy is not required though. Hence my question at the end of my post.
Good deal
Get the D4 - great performance
indyjukebox
Del
A lease car restricted to 8k / year is pretty useless for most people who might need one for work, or utilise a cash allowance etc to cover the costs.
Personally imo anyone who actually does less than 8k per year but pays out to lease a brand new car must be crazy. Agree with the comments about buying a car a few years old, or for such low usage one 5 years old will be so much more cost effective and reliable enough as long as it's been looked after properly.
I do around 20 miles per day with work related commuting. So around 4000 miles pa, that gives me 4000 miles for my leisure use. How is that classified pretty useless?
You presume reliability with a 5 year old car. You have no way of knowing it it was trashed or not. Main dealer service history and a few stamps do not constitute reliability. Most internal and external misuse of a car can be easily concealed with a good valet and some smart repairs.Plus if you have the disposable income to afford a lease, why is it crazy?

I said a lease car restricted to 8k per year was pretty useless for MOST people who might need one for work, not all people. So you do 4k business miles a year, good for you, you're probably in the minority of business car users with that, and therefore wouldn't be relevant for my comment. Why you therefore felt compelled to justify it I don't know.

And the other comment I made was clearly stated as IMO anyone doing such low mileage would be better off buying rather than leasing is what I think. TO lease is just throwing serious money away, but if people have the wish to do so I couldn't care less, it was just my opinion, which I stand by. If people are doing serious business mileage then a lease with proper mileage allowance makes far more sense, but for under 8k a year I don't think so.
Del
A lease car restricted to 8k / year is pretty useless for most people who might need one for work, or utilise a cash allowance etc to cover the costs.

Personally imo anyone who actually does less than 8k per year but pays out to lease a brand new car must be crazy. Agree with the comments about buying a car a few years old, or for such low usage one 5 years old will be so much more cost effective and reliable enough as long as it's been looked after properly.

I do around 20 miles per day with work related commuting. So around 4000 miles pa, that gives me 4000 miles for my leisure use. How is that classified pretty useless?

You presume reliability with a 5 year old car. You have no way of knowing it it was trashed or not. Main dealer service history and a few stamps do not constitute reliability. Most internal and external misuse of a car can be easily concealed with a good valet and some smart repairs.Plus if you have the disposable income to afford a lease, why is it crazy?

Edited By: indyjukebox on May 26, 2015 00:03
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Ford Kuga Diesel Estate 2.0 TDCi 150 Titanium X Sport 5dr 2WD - 24 Month Personal Lease (8k miles per year) £6,057.71 / £252pm @ Evans Halshaw Lease £6,057.71

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Go for a KIA Sportage with 7 years warranty...
why would i wont to keep a car 7 years?
I kept my last one 10. Sometimes if it ain't broke don't fix it.
Now I'm leasing on a 2 year deal, at £138 a month on a Titanium TDCi a focus. It made more financial sense now.
mailmikey
Go for a KIA Sportage with 7 years warranty...
why would i wont to keep a car 7 years?
Go for a KIA Sportage with 7 years warranty...
Why so cold? It's a great deal... If you voted cold explain please?
Not on a x sport they won't have done
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Lexus IS 300h Executive hybrid car 2 year business contract hire £1293.65 + 23 x £215.60 = £6,252.30 (average £260.51 a month over 2 years inc. VAT)

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Found at Lexus Sheffield via What Car? website. Various Lexus dealers have similar deals, though. Nearly went with this deal last year: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lexus-300h-hybrid-car-2477…
Found at Lexus Sheffield via What Car? website. Various Lexus dealers have similar deals, though. Nearly went with this deal last year: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lexus-300h-hybrid-car-2477…
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bik rate?
Toyota have up the game in the latest lexus 300h/RX models...Have some heat.
Insomniac82
I've got a lexus and boy do they drink petrol...
good job its a hybrid then
I've got a lexus and boy do they drink petrol...
I can vouch for the Lexus RX 450h, its a dream to drive. 8)
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New Grand C4 Picasso 1.6 e-HDI 18 Month Lease - Citroen MANCHESTER £3,822.88

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I dont think this is a bad deal at all for a brand new car, and an 18 month lease. 1st Payment 997.27 (inc VAT) 17 Payments 166.21 (inc VAT) Total Cost £3,822.88 So it works out to be £212.38 a
I dont think this is a bad deal at all for a brand new car, and an 18 month lease. 1st Payment 997.27 (inc VAT) 17 Payments 166.21 (inc VAT) Total Cost £3,822.88 So it works out to be £212.38 a
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You can get this cheaper from Gateway2lease. Their deal is only 5k miles per annum, but its £3,339 inc vat for 18 months ;)

http://www.gateway2lease.com/z_citroen_grandc4picasso_e-hdi90psvtretgauto_14436_leasing.php#.U1wbdfldWSo

Edited By: lhurren on Apr 26, 2014 21:51
Hi,
I own previous model of this car, 1.6 hdi automatic. Use it daily as commuter, people carrier, recently also a van. Road handling not so great (compared to hatchbacks e.g. Focus) due to its size. It's not the fastest on the red lights but I've grown up now and learnt to drive calmly.
Can't complain, would definitely buy again and that's my plan.

Question, how does drivers insurance work on leased cars? Same as on owned? Same discounts apply?

Question 2, has anyone compared for himself typical value lost over the years compared to cost of leasing? I've seen marketing materials but I'd prefer owners opinion.
cheekytrucker
witters21
18 months is about its lifespan before it falls to bits !.Never again will I have a Citroen.
my 12 year old xsara Picasso 2.0hdi, which I can't bear to change because it costs me nothing except a service disagrees.
Your lucky I just don't like em.Also had a Citroen relay van ,after 2 years 38,000 miles it went in the garage and needed £2800 Spending on it,company wrote it off.
Cold its a Citroen........
Power isn't one of my priorities. I'm a bit too old now for getting my kicks out of being the first car off the starting block at traffic lights. My priorities are having a spacious, safe and comfortable car for me, my husband and 2 (soon to be 3) children, with room for a pushchair, dog, and shopping at an affordable price. This seems to fit the bill.
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wouldn't bother, they will spam the hell out of you, dennis publishing/bauer media
wow, their reviewing the new mini!!

cant see them selling many thgh, just a fad..... :-B
Select option 1, the call handler takes your details then offers you three issues for £3 aswell, which is cheap for this magazine.You can decline the offer and there is no pressure selling.

Ordered mine, thanks OP. Heat added.

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