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VW Tiguan 2.0 TDI SCR 150 6speed SE Nav Lease £2,400 + 23 - £119.99 (£5,339.77 over 24 months) @ Gateway2lease

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Seems like a fantastic deal for a new Tiguan, decent spec, which is £28k OTR. Only 5k miles but even with allowing for excess miles, it's a great deal for an average of £222 per month over the peri…
sbang Avatar4d, 1h agoFound 4 days, 1 hour ago122 Comments
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Ive got a 6 year old toyota verso 60k miles, like 190 road tax a year will need work doing on it soon.
Thinking why don't I just sell that and get a lease and put money away for in 2 years get another.?
xbassyx
I have requested written quotation but might phone tomorrow to see if they're open?
You?
KOGONAI
out of curiosity did someone take this deal from there guys?
i haven't contacted yet.one of those people who is very scared of leasing.nothing to show for after years of payment.but looking at new car prices, i think why are you thinking fool?go get it
Anybody knows if I will need to service the car before handing back on a 2 year 5kmpa term? If so how much roughly would it cost? Just want to knoe if I need maintenance contract. Thanks.
I have requested written quotation but might phone tomorrow to see if they're open?
You?

KOGONAI
out of curiosity did someone take this deal from there guys?
out of curiosity did someone take this deal from there guys?
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New KIA Sportage Diesel Estate 2.0 Crdi Gt-line 5dr Auto [awd] Personal Lease - £226.16 a month (6+23) @ Leasing 4 Business £6,784.82

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I think this is a fantastic deal for a great, sporty SUV. Highly specified car worth about £27,000. 2 year lease with advance payment of £1356.98 and monthlys of £226.16. Maintenance included so yo…
mailmikey Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago28 Comments
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ideally need to have lower co2 emissions to make it worth while.
hotuklols
Diesel for 5k. Makes sense.


Sarcasm only works when it makes sense.

1. I prefer the torque and drive of diesel. 2. Though diesel cars have a higher OTR their residuals are better than petrol and therefore in most cases actually cheaper on contract hire so the argument of low mileage = petrol doesn't apply here. 3. Mpg on an auto petrol vs auto diesel is roughly 30% worse off.

Hmm, think before you try to be a smart ****?
Diesel for 5k. Makes sense.
mailmikey
andyb83
Pretty terrible cars to be honest. Awfull ride and handling, quite noisy and so plasticy inside. I couldn't wait to get back from the test drive!
Really?? You sure you were driving the Sportage? Or did they bungle you into a Dacia Duster without you realising?! :-p


​Ha, yep, definitely a Sportage! I was expecting good things but was disappointed with it.
andyb83
Pretty terrible cars to be honest. Awfull ride and handling, quite noisy and so plasticy inside. I couldn't wait to get back from the test drive!
Really?? You sure you were driving the Sportage? Or did they bungle you into a Dacia Duster without you realising?! :-p
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Astra 5 door 1.4 turbo SRi 140PS, from just £109 per month with £500 deposit on a 12 month lease @ affinityvehicleleasing.com £1,808.00

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Received Email as .... CANCELLED ORDER Available immediately: Astra 5 door 1.4 turbo SRi 140PS, from just £109 per month with £500 deposit on a 12 month lease.. Available in bright silver or gu…
littel helper Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago94 Comments
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I bought a second hand phone off eBay and it was CHEAPER THAN BRAND NEW!!!

Heading off to another post to explain how second hand CRTs are cheaper than brand new OLEDS TVs...
NorthantsPete
Bought a Toyota celica for £1200
Three years later, still got it and just got another 12 months mot, cost us nothing
Next, onto an MR2....same expected there and I own the car.
These deals are crud.

You own some old Toyotas. Wow. Congratulations. What an achievement. All these years I've been driving new cars with modern technology, safety, economy and style when I could have been driving a £1200 knacker. How stupid of me. I could have OWNED something not worth owning, all this time....
Sp0oner
darkstryder360
£1,800 to hire a car for a year?
Yes less than a fiver a day to hire a brand new car with no running costs is an exceptional deal. Go and work out the running costs over a year of the £2k bangers others are hilariously harping on about - oh wait you can't as no one will know just what will need repairing on them or how often they will break down.

Preconceptions of older cheap cars?
m5rcc
royals
Vauxhall make truly awful cars

Based on you driving a Nova in 1988?


​don't worry, what royals knows about cars you can write on the back of a microbe
soldierboy001
me_lee
soldierboy001
All these arguments ref new, lease or 2nd hand are very repetitive on HUKD's.
If you were going for understatement you nailed it X). Repetitive, tedious, dull, irrelevant, daft... ad nauseum, ad infinitum...
You being a great exponent of the English language will then understand my frustration of repetitive postings on differing HUKD pages If that's what you think then I applaud you for being an egoistic ****.

Sooo.... did you just interpret my post agreeing with you as an insult?

Right then... I'll have to remember not to agree with you any more X)

Edited By: me_lee on Aug 18, 2016 19:06
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SEAT LEON SPORT COUPE 2.0 TSI CUPRA BLACK 290 3DR £199 p/m inc vat, £1194 deposit LEASE 24months £4,809.09 @ Seat Warrington

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SEAT LEON SPORT COUPE 2.0 TSI Cupra Black 290 3dr ~ LEON SPT/CPE 2.0TSI CUPRA BLACK 290 Initial rental 23 monthly rentals of £165.83 (plus VAT) Excess mileage 7.2p per mile (plus VAT) Deposit £…
Michalux Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago15 Comments
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Cold, not a Golf R.....:p
zx636r
floridafil
m5rcc
floridafil
So, over 24 months it going to cost at least £5771.
What's the £4809.09 for in the title??
ex VAT price...
Title gives deposit & payments inc VAT, then total price without.
Very misleading.
We're not worried Sherlock, you appear to be all over it.:p
Thanks

Edited By: floridafil on Aug 16, 2016 18:28
floridafil
m5rcc
floridafil
So, over 24 months it going to cost at least £5771.
What's the £4809.09 for in the title??
ex VAT price...
Title gives deposit & payments inc VAT, then total price without.
Very misleading.

We're not worried Sherlock, you appear to be all over it.

:p
Walpurgis
There are reports that SEAT has stopped making the current version of the Sport Coupe because there's a new 2017 version coming, with orders starting in November/December (see post 79 in this thread). So it is doubtful whether there would be cars available for this leasing deal, unless they are in stock.

They are probably stock deals.

Leon is only getting a face-lift in 2017. Not an all-new car.
m5rcc
floridafil
m5rcc
floridafil
So, over 24 months it going to cost at least £5771.
What's the £4809.09 for in the title??
ex VAT price...
Title gives deposit & payments inc VAT, then total price without.
Very misleading.
I know... Hence post #5
I know you know.
It was more of a comment than an explanation.
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Nissan Note Hatchback 1.2 Acenta 5dr £4,513.80 cortvehiclecontracts

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Another lease deal. Not the most exciting car in the world, but will suit a family and comes well spec' d and in a half decent colour. In stock as well. Price is £113.10 per month with a 3 mont…
mechanicalman Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago3 Comments
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m5rcc
Poor deal - cheaper here.

I could agree with you, but then we would both be wrong.
With the same initial rental it's not any cheaper, £4536.60. If you put down a larger deposit then it's cheaper, but it is on the link I posted to originally as well.
Poor deal - cheaper here.
3 + 35?
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Golf 2.0 TSI R 3dr [Nav] @ 203.99 23+9 = 6,767.66 @ select car leasing

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Deals are getting better still, 203.99 x 23 1835.89 initial 240 admin 5k
check_your_bank Avatar2w, 6d agoFound 2 weeks, 6 days ago25 Comments
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Excess mileage is a sizeable 11.19p per mile, so makes sense to set quote to 10,000 miles per year.

UPDATE - They initially said that they could delay delivery until March (when my current lease expires) but they cannot, January is earliest.

I know similar deals have been on and off last couple of years but with weaker (10% down post-Brexit) pound, I have convinced myself that the next lot of car deals may not be quite as cheap.


Edited By: phoni on Aug 16, 2016 18:02: change
jrw
check_your_bank
Should have mentioned this yesterday when comparing to previous deals,
This is of course the new spec with NAV and winter pack options which are worth over £2k and only included with very recent deals, making value pretty comparable -
it may even be better - if its 2k extras (low estimate) , then / 29 monthly payments extra £68 a month ontop of the old prices to match this spec, obviously they claw a bit back from the mileage but that really isn't much and its pay as you go so you may end up not paying for 10k just what you use.
definitely a good deal which i would go for if it was exactly what i wanted, i can vouch for select too their customer services seems a lot better than most lease companies i have spoken too.
Nav and winter spec are now standard since all BW22 cars onwards.

Yes, my point; all previous deals (such as those quoted above) would have had to add these options to be a fair comparison, and doing so puts this deal much cheaper.
check_your_bank
Should have mentioned this yesterday when comparing to previous deals,
This is of course the new spec with NAV and winter pack options which are worth over £2k and only included with very recent deals, making value pretty comparable -
it may even be better - if its 2k extras (low estimate) , then / 29 monthly payments extra £68 a month ontop of the old prices to match this spec, obviously they claw a bit back from the mileage but that really isn't much and its pay as you go so you may end up not paying for 10k just what you use.
definitely a good deal which i would go for if it was exactly what i wanted, i can vouch for select too their customer services seems a lot better than most lease companies i have spoken too.

Nav and winter spec are now standard since all BW22 cars onwards.
Should have mentioned this yesterday when comparing to previous deals,

This is of course the new spec with NAV and winter pack options which are worth over £2k and only included with very recent deals, making value pretty comparable -

it may even be better - if its 2k extras (low estimate) , then / 29 monthly payments extra £68 a month ontop of the old prices to match this spec, obviously they claw a bit back from the mileage but that really isn't much and its pay as you go so you may end up not paying for 10k just what you use.

definitely a good deal which i would go for if it was exactly what i wanted, i can vouch for select too their customer services seems a lot better than most lease companies i have spoken too.
Good deal on the same site for various door/gearbox/10k/5k configurations. Hot but still too early for me to renew lease (.
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Audi S3 Quattro 5dr Auto 2 year lease Initial Rental: £2,159.84 + VAT - 23 monthly rentals of: £179.99 + VAT - Processing Fee: £199.99 + VAT = Total £7,800.00 @ All car leasing

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0-60 in 4.6s £35k car new Effective £325 a month is the same price as a Ford Focus £660 a month direct from Audi with same terms Monthly figure is deposit + admin fee + monthlies inc VAT / 2…
Ben GT Avatar3w, 4d agoFound 3 weeks, 4 days ago61 Comments
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rosscopecotrain
Superman80
rosscopecotrain
Anyone have any problems Getting insurance ? I'm 34 with 9 years ncb and confused only showed 6 that would insure me. Lowest was £650. Currently with Hastings and they were one of the ones on confused that couldn't give me a quote.


Didn't have too much trouble with quotes, came in at about £400 (all around that price) I'm same age but have 14 years NCB. Plus the area you live in will effect it aswell


Is that with the car parked overnight on a driveway or street ?


Driveway
Superman80
rosscopecotrain
Anyone have any problems Getting insurance ? I'm 34 with 9 years ncb and confused only showed 6 that would insure me. Lowest was £650. Currently with Hastings and they were one of the ones on confused that couldn't give me a quote.


Didn't have too much trouble with quotes, came in at about £400 (all around that price) I'm same age but have 14 years NCB. Plus the area you live in will effect it aswell


Is that with the car parked overnight on a driveway or street ?
rkc123
dose virtual cockpit come standard with the s3.


No, you need the tech pack advanced and then the virtual cockpit. Comes as standard on a TT
dose virtual cockpit come standard with the s3.
rosscopecotrain
Anyone have any problems Getting insurance ? I'm 34 with 9 years ncb and confused only showed 6 that would insure me. Lowest was £650. Currently with Hastings and they were one of the ones on confused that couldn't give me a quote.


Didn't have too much trouble with quotes, came in at about £400 (all around that price) I'm same age but have 14 years NCB. Plus the area you live in will effect it aswell
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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…
dajambo Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago237 Comments
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You don't normally need great credit for lease deals. You might be offered a 6+23 instead of a 3+23, but that's about it.

There's little risk for the dealer - if you default they'll take the car back and can sell it anyway.
I'm a student and managed to get this deal at £122.05 pcm on 6+23. No problem with finance.
liam_abrown
Anyone tried getting this deal with poor credit? I really don't know where I stand currently as my credit file is clear bar one CCJ that was satisfied nearly 2 years ago. Don't know if I'd be eligible for this or maybe even be able to use a guarantor.

why don't you go into ask a someone in the dealer? get off yer butt!
Anyone tried getting this deal with poor credit? I really don't know where I stand currently as my credit file is clear bar one CCJ that was satisfied nearly 2 years ago. Don't know if I'd be eligible for this or maybe even be able to use a guarantor.
wroenaldinho
i was told they're more lenient with pcp but i dont know the facts. the dealer had sent me their policy on wear and tear and some of the prices are astronomical. damaged alloys etc up to £600 per wheel


Yet a brand new genuine 17" alloy for the Fiesta St line is £170 delivered on eBay, £15 for fitting and balancing, so why would someone pay £600 at a dealer
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Ford Fiesta ST Line 140BHP Lease 24 X £147 (Inc Admin Fee) = £3,540.00 , 8K Miles yes-lease

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Sadly I am after a 5dr so no good for me but seems like a great deal for those who only need 3 doors. There are other deals with higher mileage and or larger deposits as well if anyone is interested.
JSmooth Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago55 Comments
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JSmooth
Smartguy1
We have a new shape Fiesta 1.2 Zetec. It is a nice car but it's sooooooo flat. There is no guts in whatsoever and we changed from the 1.4 thinking the 12 or so bhp wouldn't make much difference. My son has a 1.4 Astra and comparing the two performance wise you would think there wouldn't be much difference compared to the 1.4 Fiesta. There is. The Vauxhall is just so much quicker and has less bhp than the 1.4 Fiesta. Not sure who works out the bhp on Fords but as a side by side test it does not appear to be right and the fiesta is a smaller car and not as quick. Hopefully though it will be worth more resale and those Vauxhall's like their oil.
Sure a 1.2 Fiesta has 60BHP I believe, this a a 1.0 turbo charged engine with 140 BHP think they are fairly different engines in terms of performance so not sure what your point is here.

Ok i explain a little better. The 1.2 or should I have said 1.25 actually has 80bhp according to Ford with a weight of 980 kilos. It's soooooooo slow. Really flat going through the gears. It's on a 12 plate. Before that we had the 1.4 which has 94 bhp. It was a little faster through the gears but not by much. Weight of that car is about 1040 kilos. The difference in the performance though for 14 bhp was quite surprising. My son's Astra has 88bhp with a weight of 1215 kilos and it absolutely flies.

So my point really was are Ford over exaggerating their BHP or Vauxhall under exaggerating some of their models. I would have thought performance of an 80bhp Fiesta again a 200 kilo heavier Astra with only 8bhp more would have been similar but it's not. The Astra wins by far on performance against the 1.25 and 1.4 litre Fiesta. Whilst I have no question that the 1.0 litre turbo 140 bhp Fiesta will fly is it a true 140 bhp or one exaggerated or measured differently by Ford compared to Vauxhall in my example. It makes a massive difference where the true bhp of a car is measured and also does not give a true reflection in bhp and performance.
Smartguy1
We have a new shape Fiesta 1.2 Zetec. It is a nice car but it's sooooooo flat. There is no guts in whatsoever and we changed from the 1.4 thinking the 12 or so bhp wouldn't make much difference. My son has a 1.4 Astra and comparing the two performance wise you would think there wouldn't be much difference compared to the 1.4 Fiesta. There is. The Vauxhall is just so much quicker and has less bhp than the 1.4 Fiesta. Not sure who works out the bhp on Fords but as a side by side test it does not appear to be right and the fiesta is a smaller car and not as quick. Hopefully though it will be worth more resale and those Vauxhall's like their oil.

Sure a 1.2 Fiesta has 60BHP I believe, this a a 1.0 turbo charged engine with 140 BHP think they are fairly different engines in terms of performance so not sure what your point is here.
We have a new shape Fiesta 1.2 Zetec. It is a nice car but it's sooooooo flat. There is no guts in whatsoever and we changed from the 1.4 thinking the 12 or so bhp wouldn't make much difference. My son has a 1.4 Astra and comparing the two performance wise you would think there wouldn't be much difference compared to the 1.4 Fiesta. There is. The Vauxhall is just so much quicker and has less bhp than the 1.4 Fiesta. Not sure who works out the bhp on Fords but as a side by side test it does not appear to be right and the fiesta is a smaller car and not as quick. Hopefully though it will be worth more resale and those Vauxhall's like their oil.
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Biggunspaul
cmncomp
one2omg
It's a brave person to post a lease deal on here...
​I got a cracking deal on an mx-5 but I know better than to post it here. by the way, anyone want a 63 reg focus zetec s?

I may be interested,but only if it has a plaque on top of the engine saying - hand built by a Evesham Lad


​lol. the plaque would be worth more than the car.
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Audi A6 Saloon 2.0 TDI 190ps SE lease, 10k miles, 9 + 23 £7,475.66 @ Gateway2Lease

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No idea why it's not on their offers page as it's quite a good one. £2051 initial rental, 23 x £227.99, plus £180 admin fee. https://www.gateway2lease.com/cars/audi/a6-saloon/a6-4-door-saloon-2.…
dnc316 Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago6 Comments
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This is expensive.
sao
This quote is for solid paint. It's worth noting that choosing metallic paint on a lease car should actually reduce the premium.


should ​in theory. I've only ever seen the price go up by the cost of options. doesn't seem to effect future residual value.
This quote is for solid paint. It's worth noting that choosing metallic paint on a lease car should actually reduce the premium.
That is a good deal
ahmedmustafa
Is this automatic or manual gearbox?

Manual. Automatic versions of these models have S-Tronic in the title.
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Smart Fortwo Coupe 1.0 Passion 2dr Personal contract hire, Annual mileage: 10000, only £92.76 pm, 10k mileage (£350 process fee) £2,585.04

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Great deal for a brand new car, only £92.75 pm plus a one off £350 admin fee, I know not to everyone's liking but got to get some heat on price and mileage... And remember £0 road tax!!
m4rky2011 Avatar1m, 16h agoFound 1 month, 16 hours ago20 Comments
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Great deal...heat from me and just purchased. Thanks :). Was approved in less than an hour and delivery in 1 week!
sofiasar
ok if you are single ;)


Think you'll find two people will fit in this....
ok if you are single ;)
Muir
thespiderpig
Great price, shame they don't have any option for auto

I agree, all of the hot deals (and this is definitely hot) seem to be for manuals unfortunately.


The deals are hard to find but they are there. ​http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/skoda-yeti-5-door-2-0-tdi-scr-150-personal-lease-24-mth-deposit-600-48-fees-180-2453362
We got the above deal. It was expired quickly because it was on the petrol not the diesel ot was listed on, but still a cracking deal. Once you see a hot lease deal spend 15 mins on contract hire and leasing looking through the deals and you can often find the exact same deal direct with the dealer without the admin fee. It works about 50% of the time, and saved us £180 on this deal!
Bear in mind all leases are £0 road tax as the lease company pays it (although you can be liable for the difference if it increases in the life of your lease).
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr lease £5,518.57 2years 10k mile per year @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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as above cheap as chips Contract Length:24 months Contract Mileage:10000 Maintenance: No MRP:£27,300 on the road Free Delivery:(UK mainland only) Rental profile: Initial rental of £2000.00 p…
learoy69 Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago24 Comments
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I have to cover a fair amount of mileage a month for work, claiming 50p a mile. I'm thinking it would be beneficial because I have the peace of mind with it being under warranty. The amount of mileage I do a month would cover the cost of the payments.

Do people think this would be wise?
muffboy
Deedie
I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.
You are obviously a very bad driver, accelerating harshly and braking hard, rather than reading the road ahead. Are you female by any chance?

no, this was on very winding roads on the isle of lewis and isle of skye. overtaking every camper van and caravan, and anything else that was driving stupidly slow, at every opportunity. so, yes a lot of harsh braking and acceleration etc.

no, I'm not female.

Edited By: Deedie on Aug 01, 2016 23:20
Deedie
I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.

You are obviously a very bad driver, accelerating harshly and braking hard, rather than reading the road ahead. Are you female by any chance?
I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.
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Ford Focus ST3 TDCI 185 Lease 23+9 - £162.91pm, initial payment £1,466.21, admin fee £360 total £5,573.14 (£232.14pm equivalent) @ Vehicles for business £5,573.14

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Best price around at the moment for a very good all rounder. 8000 miles PA, 23+9 lease. Around £390 more than this excellent deal: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ford-focus-st-3-tdci-185-pch…
2003bluecat Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago26 Comments
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expired
I got my local Ford dealer to match this deal so they asked me to send them the quotation and the bloody deal has expired :(:(
jparnell
hotmansausage
This morning 6 of these vehicles were available all in frozen white with style pack which includes 19inch alloys.


​did you order?
tempting, very tempting


I don't order, looks like the deal has expired
hotmansausage
This morning 6 of these vehicles were available all in frozen white with style pack which includes 19inch alloys.


​did you order?
tempting, very tempting
This morning 6 of these vehicles were available all in frozen white with style pack which includes 19inch alloys.
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Infiniti Q30 1.5d Premium 2015 Model Solid Paint £4,703.70 over 2 years at Gateway2Lease

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Premium car with a book price of over £20k, 8,000 miles per annum. Deposit = £935.93 23 Payments of £155.99 = £3,587.77 Administration Fee = £180 Total £4,703.70
Lowtrawler Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago57 Comments
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Don't get why this continual argument breaks out over leasing. There's a simple rule:
1) IF you're the sort of person who wants to drive a new car every 2-3 years, then leasing (if the sums in the offer add up) offers an attractive alternative to owning a heavily depreciating asset whilst reducing the hassle of constantly changing cars.
2) IF you're the sort of person who thinks any new cars are a mugs' game due to depreciation, then a well-chosen used cars (e.g. 3yr old) which has undergone the bulk of it's depreciation offers a better alternative - and leasing is never likely to be appealing to you.
3) IF you want to get a new car but drive it for a number of years (e.g. 4 or more) then you're probably better of buying a car and running it for several years - if you look after it then you really start to enjoy savings in years 4-10 as depreciation is much less and you're assured in the knowledge you've a good car as you have looked after it through it's life.

You just gotta understand what type of person you are.
Why do people make such a big fuss and vote cold because you have to give the car back? The clue is in the title . If leasing does not suit you then why bother reading any further and then voting cold? Lets assume you love this car and are thinking purchasing it at around £20k, in 2 years time you decide you want to change it , you will probably find as already stated in previous posts that the vehicle will only be worth around £10k, so because you hate leasing you have lost £10k while the person who doesn't care about giving the car back spends £5k for the identical car for the same period. Its not rocket science.
£4K for a car you borrow and only allowed to drive for 2 years???
kikboy
barbiegirl
dush_yant
The 1.5 engine is shiite, get the 1.6 engine which is from mercedes
The 1.6 is Sunni presumably then?
No it's 'Shiite' I believe.

think you may have missed the joke m8...
Spacehduk
You're still paying £50pw for f*ck all mileage. Fine if you have no savings and want an ornament on your drive to impress friends/the neighbours...but there's more intelligent ways of spending your money if you're after a nice car.

Yawn.....£50pw is f**k all and 8K would nearly cover my annual mileage at 10k and easily cover the wife's at 5K. Just where do people drive these days, try walking to the shops and school, or end of the road to post a letter. Don't understand these mileage and lease rants people have.
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Audi A4 1.4TFSI SPORT, 2 year/ 10,000 miles p.a. (6 +23) lease, £192 incl vat per month (£5,568.00 over term) at Stable Vehicle Contracts

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Audi A4 for the price of a basic Golf! A brand new £26.5k Audi A4, keep it for 2 years, drive it for 20,000 miles, how much is it worth at the end of the 2 years? £19k at best? Well you can lease t…
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Chasloyal
madasadog
padamowicz93
I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I pay £200 a month for a car that I will never own ? I'm only 22 so still a lot to learn. I will never understand why working class people love to tie themselves up with monthly payments for almost everything that they own, and then they spend rest of their lives paying it off :(
Have you driven a brand new premium car? If not, you won't understand so it's not worth explaining.

I grew up with me old man upgarding his Merc every two years, I take it Mercs count as premium motors in Audi land?

A brand new one every two years without fail, paid for with trade in and the remaining balance paid in full with cash.

Alas my late father was a complete bell, as is one of my neighbours who received 40k from his former employers through some share option and proceeded to blow 25 of it on some stupid.....yep you guessed it.....Audi, rather than use it as a deposit to buy his flat off the council (_;) well he is a Debden boy after all.

I drive a little Mazda myself but my ickle flat in Buckhurst Hill is paid for, we own another flat in Sawbo which is paid for, oh and we got enough dough in the bank from the sale of our other gaff to buy any Audi out there cash if I so wished but ahem I don't.

You's enjoy driving some other bod's motor if it makes you feel so good, it is premium after all, and I'll enjoy total ownership of everything I have 8)



So instead of buying a posh car to show off, you state pretty much your whole estate and what you currently have in the bank on basically a forum.... I don't see the difference. Do you masturbate over your bank balance or something? Live a little.... Money is for spending (sensibly) you could be dead tomorrow...
Chasloyal
aymanhd
Chasloyal
madasadog
padamowicz93
I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I pay £200 a month for a car that I will never own ? I'm only 22 so still a lot to learn. I will never understand why working class people love to tie themselves up with monthly payments for almost everything that they own, and then they spend rest of their lives paying it off :(
Have you driven a brand new premium car? If not, you won't understand so it's not worth explaining.
I grew up with me old man upgarding his Merc every two years, I take it Mercs count as premium motors in Audi land?
A brand new one every two years without fail, paid for with trade in and the remaining balance paid in full with cash.
Alas my late father was a complete bell, as is one of my neighbours who received 40k from his former employers through some share option and proceeded to blow 25 of it on some stupid.....yep you guessed it.....Audi, rather than use it as a deposit to buy his flat off the council (_;) well he is a Debden boy after all.
I drive a little Mazda myself but my ickle flat in Buckhurst Hill is paid for, we own another flat in Sawbo which is paid for, oh and we got enough dough in the bank from the sale of our other gaff to buy any Audi out there cash if I so wished but ahem I don't.
You's enjoy driving some other bod's motor if it makes you feel so good, it is premium after all, and I'll enjoy total ownership of everything I have 8)
Not to get too involved, but you state you have enough cash to buy any Audi. Any. Audi. http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C722000
It would probably be quite a good investment anyway.

I'm not going down the road of what I may or may not have in our savings accounts as we can all make wild claims on the interweb.

Just like some people in this thread would never spend more than 20 pence on a doughnut so felt the urge to say. I don't get why people will do anything and live on 99p frozen pizzas to be seen in a motor they clearly can't afford.

Sorry that petrol fsscination is something I've never got, I'd much rather have a nice home that is paid for, eat well and wear decent clobber than drive about in some gangster wheels to give off the impression I'm loaded and impress some random sket wandering down Loughton High Road (_;)

Not much else I can say is there?


I hoped not, but a​pparently there is!
I have to cover a fair amount of mileage a month for work, claiming 50p a mile. I'm thinking it would be beneficial because I have the peace of mind with it being under warranty. The amount of mileage I do a month would cover the cost of the payments.

Do people think this would be wise?
paddy67
the only thing I've learned from this deal is that chas loyal is a ****

Another melt using a Jekyll username to lob abuse about, bullied at school were you?

Then again the username is a bit of a giveaway, I do understand that confession boxes bring lots of folk out in cold sweats (_;)
mad_design_man
AUDI - for those that can't afford Porsche!

PORSCHE - for those that can't afford Lamborghini. Lamborghini - for those that can't afford a McLaren. McLaren - for those that can't afford a Bugatti Veyron.

Alternatively, maybe a Porsche isn't what everyone would spend their money on.
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Citroen C4 CACTUS 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr Personal Lease 10k miles £118 a month £118 deposit £2,548.99 @ NVS

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bblgoose
I really don't understand the appeal of these deals. 2 and a half grand down and you get nothing at the end of it. Why not just buy a £3-4k used car on finance? Same monthly cost but at the end of it you've got a car. Look after it and you could get a decent chunk of your money back.
I don't understand why people go on holidays? You pay a few thousand pounds to fly out to Mallorca with the family to stay in a hotel, then you fly home again after two weeks. You don't get to own anything afterwards!

You get to keep some complimentary slippers, bath robe and few bottles of shampoo.
bblgoose
I really don't understand the appeal of these deals. 2 and a half grand down and you get nothing at the end of it. Why not just buy a £3-4k used car on finance? Same monthly cost but at the end of it you've got a car. Look after it and you could get a decent chunk of your money back.


​The concept you need to learn about to understand this is called depreciation.

Also consider that some people don't want the uncertainty & hassle of running an older car (repairs, MOTs).

Some people even buy brand new cars, and when you consider this, decent leasing deals look much more financially savvy.
bblgoose
I really don't understand the appeal of these deals. 2 and a half grand down and you get nothing at the end of it. Why not just buy a £3-4k used car on finance? Same monthly cost but at the end of it you've got a car. Look after it and you could get a decent chunk of your money back.

nothing - apart from excluisive use of a brand new car for 2 years with no no road tax, negligible maintenance and no depreciation. - Pay £4k for a used car, plus £1000 on finance interest plus maintenance and road tax costs, part ex it after 2 years and find that it's worth £1500 - wheres the other £4000 gone ? If an asset appreciates, buy it, if it depreciates, lease it.
Just a comment to the naysayers (nice word that) have you actually been and had a look at one of these cars, I did yesterday and they're very good, loads of car for the money, sadly I can't afford one - unless a Citroen board member wants to thank me for my kind words !
DARKSABER
MrWani
What?.... You actually have to pay to drive these?
Im afraid so chappy as they wont even allow these on the banger tracks (_;)

Five days late and an even older joke that's not even funny and an opinion that this thread has shown is shared by only a noisy few. Really nailed that post.
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Volkswagen Scirocco 2.0 TSI 180ps GT 3dr Personal Lease - 24 months and 10K miles - £239.42 all in per month. nationalvehiclesolutions

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I agree. There is no fixed rule on how to post a lease deal. I certainly don't remember that in the terms and conditions when I signed up to the site. I think anyone who this lease might appeal to will obviously look into the full details them self.
cigbunt
Bazza71
cigbunt
TheNB
£2400 initial rental
£239.99 Admin Fee
£135.04 per month (inc VAT)
£5745.92 total paid over the 2 year lease
good job... take you total of £5745.92 / 24 months = 239.41 average of the term
not sure what deal op is quoting
Are you really that lazy to click the link and work it out for yourself. I quoted the per month figure as your basic maths nearly got right.
not lazy its just not the way how to post a lease deal... most people want to know the total cost to compare...
cold


So, £239.42 x 24 is a bit of challenge for you? Most people want to know the overall monthly cost to compare lease deals, I thought I'd help. I see you've posted dozens of lease deals.

​You vote cold or hot based on the deal, not because you don't like how it's posted.
Bazza71
cigbunt
TheNB
£2400 initial rental
£239.99 Admin Fee
£135.04 per month (inc VAT)
£5745.92 total paid over the 2 year lease
good job... take you total of £5745.92 / 24 months = 239.41 average of the term
not sure what deal op is quoting
Are you really that lazy to click the link and work it out for yourself. I quoted the per month figure as your basic maths nearly got right.
not lazy its just not the way how to post a lease deal... most people want to know the total cost to compare...
cold
cigbunt
TheNB
£2400 initial rental
£239.99 Admin Fee
£135.04 per month (inc VAT)
£5745.92 total paid over the 2 year lease
good job... take you total of £5745.92 / 24 months = 239.41 average of the term

not sure what deal op is quoting


Are you really that lazy to click the link and work it out for yourself. I quoted the per month figure as your basic maths nearly got right.
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I noticed a few car lease sites have the same format as yes-lease. Is it a franchise?
I've just phoned them up to ask a couple of questions, all the standard paint colours have now gone there is now just a choice of two colours which are Deep Black (pearl) or Indium Grey both costing an extra £500+ so now making this deal £182.51 per month................hmmm :(
encybrit58
breezey3184
At risk of getting flamed, I know **** all about leasing is the deposit returned upon the end of the lease or is it just a deposit that makes the monthly payments lower ?
The deposit isn't returned. Dealers have many deals on the same car where you can choose how much you pay upfront and then pay a differing monthly payment in each case. It's up to you.


​Think of the deposit like on a holiday. Do you get this back, no. Do you get to keep the holiday, no, just the memories, and lease dealing on a car is the same. You are just renting it and any money you fork out on it goes to the lease company. That's why it is essential to know the overall cost so you can divide by the lease period to give you the average cost per month.
I think this should be a disclaimer on all lease deals as every blooming time we get a lease deal we get the same old questions and it is so irritating. There, rant over. I hope I have enlightened the uninitiated.
breezey3184
At risk of getting flamed, I know **** all about leasing is the deposit returned upon the end of the lease or is it just a deposit that makes the monthly payments lower ?
The deposit isn't returned. Dealers have many deals on the same car where you can choose how much you pay upfront and then pay a differing monthly payment in each case. It's up to you.
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Brand new Seat Leon FR 184bhp 5 door on 24 month personal lease deal 10000miles £740.67 deposit at £246.89 a month. £6,666.00.03 over the 24months. £3,333 a year.

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In my opinion a great deal! Brand new Seat Leon FR 184bhp 5 door on 24 month personal lease deal 10000miles £740.67 deposit at £246.89 a month. £6,666.03 over the 24months. £3,333 a year. Metallic,…
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Why are people comparing TSI card to diesels? Go away and give proper comparisons. Totally different purposes.
karlie88
batezy_1984
check_your_bank
poor you.
This isnt a bad deal, maybe others about though as lots of deals being done now.
If you need 5 doors i guess the cupra or the scirocco would be ruled out - and personally id advise against a diesel due to dpf problems and associated warranty.
I know it isn't. The thing is there are cheap deals at 5000miles all over this site so I thought I'd try and help all the moaners on these posts with a 10000miles option. Well I know not to bother again and keep my opinions to myself as the trolls are out in force
Whilst your input is appreciated, the bottom line is that you can get better cars with the same mileage for a lower price.

- Golf R Estate DSG 4Motion - 10,000 miles per year - £6500 over 2 years
- Leon Cupra 290 5dr - 10,000 miles per year - £6400 over 2 years

Both cars have more kit, more grunt, same mileage allowance and are cheaper.
and much worse mpg, higher insurance, etc. Depends what you want.
davver99
ride is terrible on these
not on 17 inch wheels it isnt. Mine is comfy!
and no dpf...

the milage argument is irrelevant to serious leasers , if you look into it properly you can see the figures, ignore them.

a lot of people are against leasing and see it as a massive waste of money, it takes some thought to get your head around the benefits, and it's a shake up to what they have for a long time seen as the best policy, me included.

keep posting even if it's cold , I did, there are lots of people that enjoy the posts.
batezy_1984
check_your_bank
poor you.
This isnt a bad deal, maybe others about though as lots of deals being done now.
If you need 5 doors i guess the cupra or the scirocco would be ruled out - and personally id advise against a diesel due to dpf problems and associated warranty.
I know it isn't. The thing is there are cheap deals at 5000miles all over this site so I thought I'd try and help all the moaners on these posts with a 10000miles option. Well I know not to bother again and keep my opinions to myself as the trolls are out in force

Whilst your input is appreciated, the bottom line is that you can get better cars with the same mileage for a lower price.

- Golf R Estate DSG 4Motion - 10,000 miles per year - £6500 over 2 years
- Leon Cupra 290 5dr - 10,000 miles per year - £6400 over 2 years

Both cars have more kit, more grunt, same mileage allowance and are cheaper.
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Audi A3 Sportback S3 TFSI Quattro 5dr Leasing deal - 9 + 23. £2340 upfront then £260.00 per month. 8k allowance vesource

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Audi A3 Sportback S3 TFSI Quattro Quality car at what seems a good price? £2340 upfront (9 months) £260 x 23 months 8k mileage allowance
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So have been to two Audi dealers:

Audi Norwich; they said that it was 19% cheaper then what can be offered and they couldn't get close to it.
Audi Kings Lynn; three days ago I asked them, and am still waiting for them to get back to me. I assume that as they haven't bothered to get back to me that they can't get close to the figure.

Could only find it at one other site:

nationalvehiclesolutions: over 2 years is £9703.58 + £199.99 admin fee
This is clearly a hot deal as this works out at £8320.
Please do, still debating whether to bite the bullet
I've asked my Audi dealer to beat this. Will post back.
MullacABZ
dinky2016
MullacABZ
dinky2016
I nearly went for one of these. However changed my mind at last minute. They wanted two services at Audi and the car returning with half tread which I thought was unheard of. So you would need to buy a set of tyres to. They do this so it makes you pay for maintenance which ups the monthly payments.
Where did you see this stated?
I didn't see it in writing it's what all car leasing com told me when I was going to sign up without paying the maintenance. I leased a golf and it was one service and tyres were OK above legal minimum

Was it potentially just scare mongering from the lease company to get you to sign up for the maintenance? I am currently looking to sign up for an S3 and don't see why the wear & tear terms would differ between this and a golf particularly if they are all using the BVRLA guide to fair wear & tear unless there was something explicitly stated in the contract regarding half tread etc.


I'm not sure, I only got past the finance check and then he mentioned it's best going for maintenance at an extra £19 per month from memory. Felt like the deal just was to expensive after adding stronic, metallic then maintenance as well also the excess mileage was 14pence. It will be a excellent car no doubt about it but probably have the same fun in golf or my case went for cupra. Let me know what happens with it for future reference
dinky2016
MullacABZ
dinky2016
I nearly went for one of these. However changed my mind at last minute. They wanted two services at Audi and the car returning with half tread which I thought was unheard of. So you would need to buy a set of tyres to. They do this so it makes you pay for maintenance which ups the monthly payments.
Where did you see this stated?
I didn't see it in writing it's what all car leasing com told me when I was going to sign up without paying the maintenance. I leased a golf and it was one service and tyres were OK above legal minimum

Was it potentially just scare mongering from the lease company to get you to sign up for the maintenance? I am currently looking to sign up for an S3 and don't see why the wear & tear terms would differ between this and a golf particularly if they are all using the BVRLA guide to fair wear & tear unless there was something explicitly stated in the contract regarding half tread etc.
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INSANE BRAND NEW SCIROCCO 2.0TSI GT MAN LEASE £106.69 per month £2400 deposit, other payment profiles available. 2 year contract. Total 2 year price = £5,093.87 @ Freedom Vehicle contracts

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ACT FAST NOT A FACTORY ORDER BUT FOR VEHICLES ALREADY ON THE FACTORY LINE Scirocco 2.0TSI 180ps GT Manual in White I've been watching lease deals for years and years and have had several. This d…
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unknownorigin
rooney10
We all have different scenarios in which this lease deal would make sense or not.
I base mine on this .....
Last car - VW Passat , purchase price £6500 in 2011 (car was 5yr old with 90k on the clock)
Kept car for 5 years and travelled a total of 26k miles , total repair costs over this time were £3500 including servicing/ tyres/mots etc (had a new clutch/flywheel during this time !)
Traded car in this year for £1750 so total cost of ownership came to £8250.
5 years with a lease deal such as this would average a total of £12,750 - difference is obvious , my Passat was 5-10 year old whilst I was behind the wheel , the lease car would always be between 0 and 2 years old
The privilege of having the lease deal is you do not have to make such a big upfront payment and you get to drive a new car so to speak every couple of years which is nice.
The cost for me would equate to around £900 a year ( just under £18 a week ) so it is worth considering I guess.
That said , I now have a 5 series 3.0d m sport new shape and love it , have yet to see a lease deal on a comparable car which could get anywhere near my projected depreciation so cost difference would be substantial.
I'm happy to keep my current car for 5 years and take a £7-£8k loss when trading it in ;)
Last year 530'ds were between £299 and £399 (6m down) on 8k. 330d's were 299, shortly after this you could get 640d's (msport) for 399...I got a 535d (msport + bus nav) on 15k for £439 *23 and 6 months down.

Could you give us a wee heads up/starting point where to find deals similar to your post? I'm interested.. Thanks.
No more ridiculous than buying a new car and losing more than in depreciation over 2 years or show me where I can rent a car for £6.85 per day.


Edited By: barrydixon on Jul 22, 2016 13:47
£5k to rent a car for 2 years???? That's ridiculous
rambo_or_mark
antony1971
[quote=rambo_or_mark] Much rather p
Because basically it's a free car! It's £200 pm all in- the car it's self will depreciate more than that- oh and it's not a seat.
what does it matter how it depreciates if you aren't buying it? Watch out guys, we got a bad ass over here


? Wtf you talking about (please feel free to put a valid argument together if you don't agree)... Put some facts down or jog on, you have no logic.. If you purchased this car it WOULD depreciate more than £200 pm. Buy this car and it will drop more in value than the cost of the lease.
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Golf R Estate Personal Lease 10k miles p.a, £186.58 per month @ Gateway2Lease £6,871.34

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Volkswagen Golf Estate 2.0 TSI 300ps R DSG6 4Motion MK7 £186.58 per month with a 10,000 miles per year allowance. Excess mileage 7.2p per mile. £2,400 deposit, £180 admin fee. Registration befor…
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https://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/75538/volkswagen/golf/20_tsi_r_5dr_dsg_nav.html

Couldn't post as a new deal, but i got this in the mail today - 400 more than this old deal over the term but best out there at the moment if anyone's looking
rascalchops
Signed the order form and bottled out. Has to be a hatchback!

I think you'll regret that decision... :) I should really update my profile picture.
All build slots are now gone at these prices so not available anymore.
Can anyone recommend direct deals in Manchester. Should I start with Inchcape?
What selections are people putting in there to get it to show the price the OP quoted?
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Kia Sportage 1.7crdi 2 lease 10k with maintenance ! - £197.80pcm £5,764.10 @ LeasePlanGo

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Sportage 1.7 CRDi 2 - 10k miles , 2 year lease. Metallic paint, sat nav, reversing camera etc not your basic box. Big thing is it's fully maintained. 6 months initial payment. Try and find this model
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morpheus
is it the old model, picture seems to suggest so.


​That pic is not the old model


​only a month late to the party buddy :D

the pic was updated when I pointed out it was the wrong pic. cheers.
morpheus
is it the old model, picture seems to suggest so.


​That pic is not the old model
has anyone that's gone with this deal arranged Gap insurance? If so, can you please recommend the provider you chose?
Just got it for 5762.58
No longer listed at this price
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Seat Leon Cupra 290bhp 5dr - heated leather seats, sat nav, 19" alloys, bluetooth phone prep, parking sensors, dynamic chassis control, auto lights/wipers, climate control etc. - £2400 deposit & £132/month - 2 yr lease - 5k pa @ FVC £5,674.00

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£31k list price. Also includes metallic paint. 1st monthly installment - £2400 (can be lowered). 23 monthly payments of £131.98. Admin fee - £239. Total payable over term - £5674. Equivalent t…
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Went direct with a dealer
Glossopdealsniper
I got 10k anyway and having sat and worked it out it comes in at 5980 for the full term all in and gives me the comfort of the extra miles

How is yours that much? The best deal on there seems to be £6k+ now :(
I was told they are on Factory Shut down until Sept.
just emailed for an update on mine.
I am still sat at status 10... So order confirmed but not being built yet.
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Volkswagen Golf R 3 Door Lease - £1799.91 + £199.99/month £6,759.68 @ Vehicle Savers

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Cheapest I have seen these and I've been looking for 6 months. Deposit of £1,799.91 + £360 admin fee. Then £199.99/month for 23 months. 2 year term with 6k miles per year. Total cost over two…
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I believe this deal expired a few days ago - Vehicle Savers put the price up by about £20 pm.
I wouldn't be able to cover the monthly amount at present, but it's food for thought. I wonder if there are similar deals for the GTD?
loop
Hmm not as expensive as I thought they were. Can you get the monthly amount reduced by paying a higher deposit?

They usually are expensive! Best deal I found just over a month ago was over 9k over 2 years so this is a cracker.

I'm sure you could, or just put the money you would pay the deposit with in a savings account and pay the monthly with that.
Hmm not as expensive as I thought they were. Can you get the monthly amount reduced by paying a higher deposit?
Very tempted by this deal
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Volkswagen Golf R DSG estate on 2 year lease for only £211.19 a month at Horizon Vehicle Leasing

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Volkswagen Golf R DSG estate on 2 year lease for only £211.19 a month with £1900.71 deposit and £180 set up fee at Horizon Vehicle Leasing seems to be perfect for people who missed out last time.…
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MisterLeeee
Just ordered one....
They'll do 10k miles per year for the same price.
This is now for the 2017MY meaning it includes nav and the winter pack (heated seats etc)
Price is only for white, met paint is around £17 per month extra.
They're being made now, delivery is late July/early Aug.

Closest any of the dealers around Liverpool/warrington etc was £2400+ 23x 213


I ordered one too, now being told September for delivery. Have you had a delivery date on yours yet?
cant see this on their site
m5rcc
Mada06
Why not be helpful and share that then?

Or you can just use Google, but here you go:

10,000 miles for £277.39 all-in


​You should post that deal it's better than the one put up today for about £200 more over the term and that's got over 250°
Mada06
Why not be helpful and share that then?

Or you can just use Google, but here you go:

10,000 miles for £277.39 all-in
m5rcc
Mada06
Compared to what? Other lease deals currently available for the same car?
Or is it "not that cheap" because you don't want to lease a car and therefore are adding absolutely nothing posting in this thread?
Correct - you can find the same car for less money and more mileage.

Why not be helpful and share that then?
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Car Leasing Ford Fiesta 1.5 TDCi Zetec 5dr £554 initial then £125 x 48

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Longer term lease than usually posted but low monthly payments, car does 78.5 MPG. Lease is based on 48 months at 8000 miles per annum.Up front is £374.22 plus £180 admin fee Shorter periods are avai…
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lukman2k
Gotta love these deals , makes me feel so much better with my 35k top end vw passat 4wd alltrack DSG i bagged from here for the same price. Need a car for the missus and looking out for another insane deal but not this one im afraid.



​VW top end..... Lol :) VW are about as top end as plastic shoes. And the passat has above average performance but is, like the golf, one of the dullest, characterless, bland cars you can buy. Drive a VW because it's a good drive, but they are nothing to boast about :D
smolloy2002
EveshamLad
smolloy2002
Razorfishy
What's the realistic mpg on these?
​I get 50 mpg with my 1.6 diesel
Have you had the calibration updated since new?
I was originally only getting 50+mpg, but since the calibration was updated (in 2011) I'm upset if I'm not getting 70mpg.
Currently getting about 75mpg because of the higher ambient temperature.
​calibration?.....tell me more please

Next time you take your motor for a service at a Ford dealer, get them to check all your software is up-to date.
m5rcc
thebruce
The only way to do it is log it long term over at least 1 summer + 1 winter.
Or one can check by filling up to the brim, writing the mileage on the fuel receipt, then filling up to the brim again after 300 miles or so and writing that mileage on the ticket. Multiply the litres on the second ticket by 0.22 to get gallons, subtract the first mileage from the second mileage then divide the result by the gallons. Of course you then need to allow for odometer inaccuracy.

Yes, but you need to do this long term and get a rolling average going. Every litre of fuel I've put in my car has been logged. I'm shocked at how much variation I get between fill ups, must be due to errors in the pump gauge, or length of nozzle (I don't fill to the brim, just the first click as recommended in the manual for my car).

Long term also cancels out the fact that you get better mpg in the hotter weather.

And I wouldn't trust a trip computer at all.

It's funny how people "know" how much mpg they get, but very few are logging it so the number they quote is worthless to people like me who drive a ton of miles and want to buy the best mpg car based on data.

Edit: here is my mpg data: http://m.imgur.com/UqhDwQ6

Edited By: thebruce on Jul 02, 2016 19:52: Adding data
I've the Nissan xtrail 1.6diesel and getting 57mpg in the lakes really pleased as my freelander just managed 30mpg this is one of the reasons I've decided to lease. works out cheaper and I've got certainty in my costs.
neilglover1
Razorfishy
What's the realistic mpg on these?
Check honestjohn website for realistic mpg

Or as I posted on post #6.

The Real mpg is an average of an average of an average covering all types of use and all methods of calculating the economy. The real life fuel economy register gives you a method of calculating your mpg brim to brim, based on car odometer readings, which may themselves be higher than the miles actually covered.
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Citroen C1 puretech feel 1.2 (Term £1,935.80) @ Vehicles for Business

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Personal contract hire £60.60 incl VAT monthly rental £545.40 incl VAT initial rental Contract term 18 months Rental profile 9 + 17 Annual mileage 10000 Processing fee £360.00 Finance doc fee £…
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Car Lease - Audi A3 Hatchback 1.4 TFSI Sport 3dr (£167.02 Inc VAT x 24 ) +(360 processing Fee) + (9+23 £1503 initial payment) = £5,704.46for 24 month lease @ V4B 8k miles

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This is for the new 66 plate Audi A3 3dr in September which has a new face lift - Sports model comes with sports suspension, Bluetooth, SD Sat Nav, Cruise Control, 17'' Alloys. Admin fee £360 I…
gali5 Avatar2m, 7h agoFound 2 months, 7 hours ago63 Comments
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I'm genuinely considering leasing.

Could someone please explain what the 9+23 rental profile means? Any other tips and advice?

I'm 29. Been driving since 17 but have always bought used cars under £4k and then spent loads on servicing and maintenance over the years. I fancy drivimg a new car now.
Audi4life
Why do you need sports suspension in a car that will probably just be used to take little charlie to school n back, and drive to Sainsburys once a week?
harish
Would love this; I can afford the car but as I'm 19 I think insurance would kill me

Why don't you have a look - you might be surprised.
nitro228
You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?

Self respect???
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More Citroen Lease Deals again such as Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchback 1.2 PureTech [82] Flair 5dr for £144/month (incl VAT) - £2,689.20 @ Vehicles for business

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Vehicles for Business has sent an email with two (maybe 3) interesting Citroen deals. The ever-popular Cactus is back at £144/month for 18 months, 10,000 miles per year. Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchb…
exgrouponer Avatar2m, 11h agoFound 2 months, 11 hours ago9 Comments
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I have a hello yellow on a 12 month lease. It's a head turner.
Paint - Solid
Solid - Hello yellow
oO

Metallic for extra £495.00
Good deal, thank you for sharing.
m5rcc
Awaiting those who think buying a seven year old BMW is better...

In before "that is one fugly motor".
Been looking for a Citroen C4 cactus lease deal. Was going to get 1.6 diesel flair but it was more like £213 with metallic paint. What colour does this come as standard in? Hope it isn't Hello yellow, not my cup of tea.

Also why 18 months? Is it cause this time of year lease deals are pretty good and they want people to have to get another lease car around Christmas when deals aren't as good?
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Skoda Octavia VRS Diesel Hatch Lease Deal (24 months) £6,077.00 Simpsons Skoda 10k Miles/Year

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The wesbsite shows £189 a month but if you ring them up then the price is £169 a month until 30th June. £2190 down, £169 a month (23 months) total £6077. 10k miles per year which is reasonable.
fiestasteve44 Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago55 Comments
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kotr
ollie87
kotr
6 grand to rent a car for 2 years with a mileage limit. Maybe I am missing the pointbut wouldn't that buy a decent second hand car.
Must be trade people posting these crap deals
Lol why would I want a second hard car?
Lol because if you have to go for this crappy finance deal the probable explanation is that you can't even afford a second hand car.

Or you can't afford a second hand because things that are used are money pits and owning a deprecating asset is the road to financial ruin.
Ordered today! leeds are £1500 more for same deal!
Currently driving one of these, just be wary of going overboard with the extras. Think the figure was £8 per month for every extra £100. Heated Seats/Window Tints/Leather/etc etc start to add up... Happy with the car though, its very nice to drive. Simpsons service was great and they delivered it for free which was a nice surprise.

Should mention that you should take your test drive over speed bumps and make sure you are happy with firm suspension. The scout may suit for people who aren't.

Edited By: draganov464 on Jun 30, 2016 00:51
ollie87
kotr
6 grand to rent a car for 2 years with a mileage limit. Maybe I am missing the pointbut wouldn't that buy a decent second hand car.
Must be trade people posting these crap deals
Lol why would I want a second hard car?

Lol because if you have to go for this crappy finance deal the probable explanation is that you can't even afford a second hand car.
ollie87
kotr
6 grand to rent a car for 2 years with a mileage limit. Maybe I am missing the pointbut wouldn't that buy a decent second hand car.
Must be trade people posting these crap deals



Lol why would I want a second hard car?


​clearly not to cater to your overblown ego
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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Flair 5dr Personal contract hire 10k pa 14 month lease (Term £1,621.07) @ Yes Lease

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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Flair 5dr Personal contract hire £32.39 incl VAT monthly rentals £1200.00 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire Contract term : 14 months Rental profi…
one2omg Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago10 Comments
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FYA I posted the other deal for the 18 months lease for this car with TFS Leasing which got a lot of heat. However, I took this deal to Citroen Dealer themselves and they price matched this and agreed to buy my current car, which covered the cost of the deposit. I got a 24 month 10k per annum £120 per month lease for a Citroen C1 PureTech 82 manual 5-door Flair (with only 1 service needed at my own cost) for the same price as the standard version of the C1. It was a great deal and even TFS Leasing said it was great and they were unable to match this. I also understand that the Flair model is the better model which has a reversing camera, better interior and alloys etc...

It's worth talking about this to your local Citroen dealer.

Edited: I should also add that this includes 2 weeks of insurance for free when I pick up my car next week. Also no deposit or admin fees at all as I am trading in my current car


Edited By: Dewhurst93 on Jul 01, 2016 10:52
this is a great deal http://www.vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/citroen/c1-hatchback/12-puretech-feel-5dr-76401312

£90.20 p/month, + £360 processing fee: 18 months

Edited By: simba2585 on Jun 28, 2016 11:45
one2omg
manicmidlander
sometimes you can haggle on the admin or processing fee. Did that on my last lease and got it fee free
Well, that is good news! Think I'll do that on my next one. Thanks for the heads up! :)


​There's no guarantee but if you don't ask you don't get. I'm presently leasing a smart forfour from planyourcar.
manicmidlander
sometimes you can haggle on the admin or processing fee. Did that on my last lease and got it fee free
Well, that is good news! Think I'll do that on my next one. Thanks for the heads up! :)
sometimes you can haggle on the admin or processing fee. Did that on my last lease and got it fee free
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Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr 3+17 personal contract hire, £78.78 pm, £596.34 up front, 10k p/a = £1,935.60 TFS vechile leasing

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So I saw this on TFS vechile leasing and I thought it was a pretty good deal. The initial payment is made up of £236.34 inc VAT initial rental and £360 processing fee. Then only £78.78 a month f…
Dewhurst93 Avatar2m, 2d agoFound 2 months, 2 days ago54 Comments
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Jaspabt1
I do think young driver insurance needs to be rethought. maybe a refundable deposit along with a more realistic premium. they crash, deposit gone. No crash, deposit refunded.


​Thats good, yes. But if you think about it that's what happens. They just getting keep the deposit whatever the case ;)
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matrich1610
Does anyone know whether they'll do this for a 17 year old? It's cheaper than insuring them on my policy!

You will still have to insure it. Insurance for me is £700 a year quoted on this car and I am 22 with 1 years no claims. Insurance is always sky high for new super young drivers unfortunately


Fortunately you mean. There's a reason insurance costs are prohibitive for them to drive at that age as many are at a much greater risk of having an accident. I 100% agree they should pay very high insurance. Insurance cost is based on risk. Once you get to 25 the cost lowers considerably.


So theres no real reason to pass a driving test then? The test that says that they are competent enough to go on the road on their own? I have encountered many drivers of 'a more mature age' that are downright dangerous and need their licenses taken off them with immediate effect.

Just my opinion obviously...


​Rubbish. Just the same as a university graduate. You learn once you finish and you also do mistakes, which obviously increase the risk. Been there myself.
Dewhurst93
Y44SNN
Re above that included £100 off as i recommended a mate and he got the same deal but 10k miles for £105 a month. If any one else wants this let me know and I will forward you to the lady who got me the deal.
Sounds good. Could you foward me to her please? I am definitely interested!

Will PM you now
Y44SNN
Re above that included £100 off as i recommended a mate and he got the same deal but 10k miles for £105 a month. If any one else wants this let me know and I will forward you to the lady who got me the deal.
Sounds good. Could you foward me to her please? I am definitely interested!
adrianjowitt
Insurance should be doubled for under 25s so as to reduce premiums for us more experienced, safer older drivers
And how exactly did you end up being an older, safer and more experienced driver? I think older drivers forget that they were once young and new drivers who were trying to gain more experience on the roads... How are younger drivers supposed to gain that experience if non of them are able to actually get insured in the first place? Not all of us are terrible drivers
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Peugeot 208 GTI Prestige 9+23 months £131.99 / month personal lease £4,583.68 vehiclesforbusiness

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Seems like a pretty good deal to me. Not often you can find the 208 GTI on a good lease deal. £131.99 per month Inc. VAT x 23 months £1187.91 deposit £360 processing fee 8000 annual mileage T…
cyissa Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago39 Comments
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Am I the only one who realises this deal is not even available??
Can anyone advise if I go to my local Peugeot they will offer leases and match a deal like the ones I can find on the web ?
Link doesn't work and can't find the deal on the website ?
Jamman
The more I look at this deal the more tempted I'm becoming. Test drove a 208 gti Peugeot sport at the weekend and was pleasantly surprised by it.
Has a anyone here had any experiences with this company before?

Me too, but I'm tied into a lease atm with a couple of years left! I'm tempted to give it a test drive but that will do more harm than good if I enjoy it :P

I haven't had any experience with V4B personally, but there's been a few posts from there popping up recently and nobody's had anything bad to say about them, if that helps.
The more I look at this deal the more tempted I'm becoming. Test drove a 208 gti Peugeot sport at the weekend and was pleasantly surprised by it.

Has a anyone here had any experiences with this company before?
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citroen c1, 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr, lease, 12months, £209 deposit, 3+11 £69.72, 10k miles £360 fees Total £1,333.92 @ Honest John

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found this, i donno if it is good. on honestjohn's website. 5 doors 1.2 engine / manual 10k miles p/a 3 months deposit, 360 additional fee 3+11 £69.72 work out the total if you need to.
shopar_artiz Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago32 Comments
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Picture inaccurate - not a BMW :)
Why are all those women glued to the car? Odd feature, not sure that helps the drive.
Wow, chill.... It's £3!
deeyup
Apart from you will then have to service the car at 1 year old which pushes the price back up.

A minor oil service on a C1 won't be astronomical. Under £100 with filters and VAT.
m5rcc
loofer
just the thought of £210 deposit and £360 fee might put ppl off, considering you would have to fork out something similar in 12 months time for next vehicle (be it lease or purchase)
Hence get the 18mth deal which is cheaper per month on a net basis.
Apart from you will then have to service the car at 1 year old which pushes the price back up.