24 Month Lease - GOLF GTD ESTATE 184 Manual - 199+ vat , 186.98inc x 23 + 2400inc £6940.00 @ FreedomContracts
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24 Month Lease - GOLF GTD ESTATE 184 Manual - 199+ vat , 186.98inc x 23 + 2400inc £6940.00 @ FreedomContracts

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Found 9th May 2016
Has anyone seen a better deal (that is still on) than this ?

I will probably pull trigger on this later but just thought i throw it out there first - i believe as this has a 14 week lead time it will be built to order and therefor a mk8 too.

Bonus with this over the R , you don't have to pay extra to not have a white car

Undoubtedly there have been better deals before

199+ vat admin
23 x 186.98 inc
24000inc

5000k

My next search will be gap insurance i imagine, but will have until September to sort that , and sell my car.
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Looks a good deal to me. A friend has the hatchback and raves about it.
I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are leases, all stone cold.

You're suppose to justify a deal, not post something and ask others too.

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Yes that's my job greanleader of course, or perhaps im looking for a similar vehicle and would like peer review ?

What is your job , stalking people on HDUK and then trying to make clever snidely comments ?

It is a justified deal at pretty much half £ per month than it usually is - you have all the figures what more do you need , a calculator or job so you can buy one ??,

The others were much better than normal price too, its cold because people come along and hit cold with no reason, they should be made to justify why they think its cold - if they found a better deal then tell us; as we are all obviously looking to save money.

Try to make a comment that contributes if your are interested , or kindly remove yourself from the conversation if you are just a sad failing troll.


Edited by: "check_your_bank" 9th May 2016
If deal = Appleproduct or deal = carlease then do votecold and needlessly abuse/accuse OP
check_your_bank

Yes that's my job greanleader of course, or perhaps im looking for a … Yes that's my job greanleader of course, or perhaps im looking for a similar vehicle and would like peer review ?What is your job , stalking people on HDUK and then trying to make clever snidely comments ? It is a justified deal at pretty much half £ per month than it usually is - you have all the figures what more do you need , a calculator or job so you can buy one ??,The others were much better than normal price too, its cold because people come along and hit cold with no reason, they should be made to justify why they think its cold - if they found a better deal then tell us; as we are all obviously looking to save money.Try to make a comment that contributes if your are interested , or kindly remove yourself from the conversation if you are just a sad failing troll.


To be fair its probably going cold because the Golf R deal represents significantly more value for money. Here's my Peer review:
The R is £34k, this is £29k list price. The R also has more power, 4 wheel drive, DSG etc.
There have also been cheaper lease deals on the R within the last month or so.
I have just put in an order for the Hatchback 5 Door Golf 1.6TDI DSG match edition which works out around £2500 cheaper over 2 years than this deal. Yes there is a smaller engine but more equipment as standard.
There is also no guarantee that it will be a MK8. My Golf is down as a MY17 car. Not a MK8. As far as I am aware the MK8 will be released next year as an M18 car, not this.

Hope that helps!






Edited by: "skaif" 9th May 2016
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I would prefer the R to be honest, im coming from an Audi Quattro and i like the 4 wheel drive, as i dont do many miles petrol and reasonably low mpg is fine for me.

But there is no cheaper deal for the R, especially the estate , ive seen the R at 250 + vat which is more than im willing to pay and that was just the hatch, R estate is at over 350 + vat and i definitely need estate.

I have actually just found this (GTD) Estate) cheaper again at 163.99 including VAT (rest the same) , its an incredible deal tbh considering normal costs.

(that and private owning has cost me over 6k in repairs this year and the cars still not fixed properly)



I dont know much about how new cars work in regard to new mks or number plate years etc, but i had read that any golfs produced after May 30th would be the new model , which is mk8 - more than possibly wrong though , i did say 'i believe' as i cant confirm that - ive asked the question though, no massive problem the mk7 is very nice.

TDI Match is great value, but personally i always owned something with a decent bit of power and higher specs, im happy to pay for it but still want the best value i can get.


Can anyone just clarify, if there is indeed a deal on the R Estate still , what is it and where is it ? as i would be very interested , unless of course everyone is referring to the deal of a few weeks ago that was available for a short time only - i know as i applied to lease it but was just too late - my reply from leasing company in regard to that...

'Thank you for sending over your application. Unfortunately Volkswagen finance contacted us this morning to advise that they pulled the offer Friday afternoon so we cannot do the deal anymore I’m afraid.

It was due to a miscommunication internally between the dealership and Volkswagen finance. The deal was never available for factory orders and just for stock vehicles only (which were really scarce).'


Based on that i don't think its likely a similar deal will the surfacing soon, so this is the best out there right now im pretty sure.
check_your_bank

I would prefer the R to be honest, im coming from an Audi Quattro and i … I would prefer the R to be honest, im coming from an Audi Quattro and i like the 4 wheel drive, as i dont do many miles petrol and reasonably low mpg is fine for me.But there is no cheaper deal for the R, especially the estate , ive seen the R at 250 + vat which is more than im willing to pay and that was just the hatch, R estate is at over 350 + vat and i definitely need estate.I have actually just found this (GTD) Estate) cheaper again at 163.99 including VAT (rest the same) , its an incredible deal tbh considering normal costs.(that and private owning has cost me over 6k in repairs this year and the cars still not fixed properly) I dont know much about how new cars work in regard to new mks or number plate years etc, but i had read that any golfs produced after May 30th would be the new model , which is mk8 - more than possibly wrong though , i did say 'i believe' as i cant confirm that - ive asked the question though, no massive problem the mk7 is very nice. TDI Match is great value, but personally i always owned something with a decent bit of power and higher specs, im happy to pay for it but still want the best value i can get. Can anyone just clarify, if there is indeed a deal on the R Estate still , what is it and where is it ? as i would be very interested , unless of course everyone is referring to the deal of a few weeks ago that was available for a short time only - i know as i applied to lease it but was just too late - my reply from leasing company in regard to that...'Thank you for sending over your application. Unfortunately Volkswagen finance contacted us this morning to advise that they pulled the offer Friday afternoon so we cannot do the deal anymore I’m afraid.It was due to a miscommunication internally between the dealership and Volkswagen finance. The deal was never available for factory orders and just for stock vehicles only (which were really scarce).'Based on that i don't think its likely a similar deal will the surfacing soon, so this is the best out there right now im pretty sure.



Higher specs meaning? Inside, spec for spec (other than the engine and the exterior bits) the Match Edition is the same as the GT line but with the winter pack as standard (Heated seats, heated headlight washers, heated windscreen washers, washer fluid level etc)

The key with leasing is to wait for the deals and jump on them when you see them. It also helps to go direct through the manufacturer by attacking dealers and retailers. I went direct through VW for mine and they came up with a better deal by balancing out the huge deposits and still having a manageable monthly payment, so may be worth trying that route.

As an example, my Golf 5 Door 1.6 TDI DSG Match Edition was £1k deposit, followed by 23 payments of £150 and no admin fee.

Interesting about new Golfs being made after the 30th! Mine has a build date of 30th May! Will be interesting to see what turns up

Edited by: "skaif" 9th May 2016
Looks like there has been a few changes. I ordered a 2.0 TDI GT estate mid-April for 01/07 delivery, on the promise they were not making a "GT Edition" in the estate any time soon. I paid £165 for the rear-view camera, that is now listed as £265. I notice the paint and park assist prices have increased too, along with other minor differences like the rear-view mirror losing the frame, whatever that means and the glove box losing the lock. It will still be a MK7 golf just with a few changes.

Maybe this is cold because the image is of the GT and not the GTD.
Edited by: "snatch_master" 9th May 2016
Another oddity is that my leather was £1900 on the GT estate, yet on the GTD estate it is only £1720, I wonder what the difference is.
Edited by: "snatch_master" 9th May 2016
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Sorry , thought i had expired this , but the two sites i found it on both pulled it when i went to do business, so im still looking for something similar.

Thanks for the constructive comments
I am going to add heat to the cold - keep up the good work finding bargains! I am a personal lease lover (a change of car every two years, no depreciation, no tyrekickers, etc) and have in the past found some quality deals. I actually had a (returnable) deposit down on the new Audi Q2 but the thought of paying £30k for a quattro auto with all the trimmings the size of a postage stamp just made me wince! I presently have a 64 plate Skoda Octavia VRS Estate lease that finishes in September and then have a Yeti L&K 4x4 Diesel DSG on order to replace it - total £6,500 over 2 years with 20k miles - that's less than depreciation!! Now watch me get double trolled for Yeti and lease in the same post!!
groenleader

I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are … I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are leases, all stone cold.You're suppose to justify a deal, not post something and ask others too.



groenleader

I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are … I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are leases, all stone cold.You're suppose to justify a deal, not post something and ask others too.



are posters supposed to justify their entries? Isn't that our job?
groenleader

I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted … I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are leases, all stone cold.You're suppose to justify a deal, not post something and ask others too.

groenleader

I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted … I presume you push these deals for a job? All 3 deals you have posted are leases, all stone cold.You're suppose to justify a deal, not post something and ask others too.



Taken from the Submit a deal button this website today:

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See "details". Explain to members why it is a good deal, otherwise all that happens is we get threads on luke warm and stone cold posts that are not deals. It also helps the person posting rationalise if they are posting someone "hot" or not.
Here are insurance companies out there that give new for old in the first 2 years meaning you won't need gap insurance. I know Direct Line offer it for 1 year, which will at least save you a years gap insurance
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