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LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE 2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD - LEASE £13630 @ All car leasing
LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE DIESEL HATCHBACK 2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD 48 month LEASE / PCH 5000 MILES £248pcm Inc VAT £1488 deposit Inc VAT £199 processing fee excluding VAT Approx £13630 for the full … Read more
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We got the same spec ED4 2017 model Evoque from select car leasing in September last year for c£800 down (3 months) and £257 a month for 48 months. 6,000 miles p.a. but a low penalty for going over £199 broker fee I recall. It is a good car with leather seats, touch screen stuff, automatic braking, keyless etc etc. comes with metallic and nice alloys as standard. service interval is 2 years 24,000 miles and you can buy a service pack that covers all servicing for £499. overall we are very happy with the car, no problems. better than the Freelander 2 it replaced. it is a very nice car for the money and people are flabbergasted when we tell them what the monthly cost is. This is a similar deal.
Edited by: "4bsy" 6th Jun

Slightly cheaper with 8k miles here: http://www.vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/land-rover/range-rover-evoque-4x4/range-rover-evoque-diesel-hatchback-20-ed4-se-5dr-2wd-185809996

Total cost equates to £280 per month for the term - £13,451 total.

£2103.93 inc VAT upfront
£233.77 inc VAT per month for 47 months
£360 inc VAT fee.

Seems like a good deal, though warranty is only 3 years, so final year could be costly if anything goes wrong.

Bertz99

I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) … I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) wasn't for your benefit.



Yet you responded to solely to something that I wrote.

It's almost as if you have nothing else better to do, Bertie.

robodob

By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a … By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a good deal. Regardless of personal opinions or anecdotal evidence of reliability. Adjust for mileage or paying the excess mileage is an option on this deal (stated) and the offer still seems reasonable with 10k. I would still like to see a better offer on a new EVOQUE, genuinely...



Sorry but I've got to say because there isn't a cheaper deal doesn't make this one good/hot !

m5rcc

Sorry Bertie. I do not go out of my way to only respond to what one … Sorry Bertie. I do not go out of my way to only respond to what one specific member of HUKD has written on a lease thread at the eleventh hour when no-one remotely cares or will be reading the thread. Unlike yourself, not only have I added value to the thread by offering a better deal but I actually add value to the whole of HUKD. Tell me - when are you personally going to add a fresh deal?


You seem to have missed this bit I stated above "Your responses were so good until"

m5rcc

I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that … I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that only 10% of the nation does 5,000 miles or less. I've proved otherwise, but thank you for your contribution.


That isn't quality - more a case of you setting yourself up on your pedestal, as normal when you encounter an opposing view, of how correct you are compared to someone else - of course keeping it objective, seeing the other views, rational, logical or even keeping any resemblance to reality goes out the window but we both know I am not the only one to see this - hopefully in the real world you have this issue more under control.

m5rcc

The definition of trolling to a tee - someone going out of their way to … The definition of trolling to a tee - someone going out of their way to provoke


continue the definition "or illicit a response"
I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) wasn't for your benefit.

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Kia Optima Diesel Sportswagon 1.7 CRDi ISG 2 5dr £131.98pm Personal Hire 24 Months £4991.33 @ allcarleasing
5k Mileage. Price includes processing fee of £239.99 and initial rental of £1583.82. Also available with 10k mileage at following prices; inital rental £1871.89 24 x £155.99 processing fee £239.99 … Read more
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A lot of car for the money. Only issue for me was finding a real one I can have a look at. Don't seem to have stock anywhere.

Avoid the ISG! There are a lot of people having issues with the battery not charging, various firmware updates etc. not making a difference.

Its a really basic hybrid batter system that works for when the car is idle or in slow moving traffic. It requires your actual battery to have a lot of charge left in it before kicks in. Its a good idea but its a poor performer in the real world, check out the Hyundai and Kia forums for a quick reference to give you some owner options.
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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 £7800 @ All car leasing
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 / 24 month… Read more
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rosscopecotrain

For anyone who took out this deal , If you want to renew your audi … For anyone who took out this deal , If you want to renew your audi connect subscription go on audi live chat and ask about using a different sim card in the car , they will say you can't but then offer to extend your free trial for another 12 months free of charge.

worked for me too!, thanks rossco.

rosscopecotrain

For anyone who took out this deal , If you want to renew your audi … For anyone who took out this deal , If you want to renew your audi connect subscription go on audi live chat and ask about using a different sim card in the car , they will say you can't but then offer to extend your free trial for another 12 months free of charge.



Can confirm the above, had mine extended 12 more months

For anyone who took out this deal , If you want to renew your audi connect subscription go on audi live chat and ask about using a different sim card in the car , they will say you can't but then offer to extend your free trial for another 12 months free of charge.

Has anyone subscribed to Audi connect after the free trial ? If so how much did it cost ? Or has anyone tried putting a data sim in the car , did it work ?

Skittlenik

How long did it take from build week to when you took delivery? Ive been … How long did it take from build week to when you took delivery? Ive been told by all car leasing mine is in build week 47 (this week). This is after they orig told me it was build week 42.I dont have the tracking info and im worried it might delay againI was orig told delivery mid nov when i took out the deal and that has now changed to end of decSo far ive got that from uk delivery it takes about 14 days but how long does it take to get built and sent to the UK?



Ask the lease company for the order number so you can track it. If I remember rightly , it takes about a week to be built and delivered to the German docks. Then roughly 2 weeks to get to the dealer. So from start of build to sitting on my drive it took roughly 3 - 4 weeks.
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Volkswagen Polo Hatchback 1.4 TSI ACT BlueGT - All car leasing - £115.85 PM plus £695.1 initial 6 months - 24 Month Lease = £3599.64
Very good deal on a new VW Polo 1.4 TSI Personal deal with 6 months initial + fee works out to £3,599.64 1.4 TSI engine - Quick in a little car and also very good for economy Link; https://www.allc… Read more
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Price for VW's (and others) should be less now with all that emissions fiasco going on.

mindthegap

I would have done, but wasn't willing to pay the £450 extra for metallic, … I would have done, but wasn't willing to pay the £450 extra for metallic, even spread over the lease term. What was the deposit on your quote, and did they confirm the £115 was for the blue one?


Yeh it was for the blue one. I have still got the quote. They did say today that the price had gone up on this deal. As its a weekly offer.

This has now expired as the rates have increased. Great deal to begin with though. Well done any body that got the original deal

I have an application in for a white one, my quote was £862 deposit and £143 per month including maintenance for 8k per annum. Which I think is a good deal...... Just keeping my fingers crossed

I would have done, but wasn't willing to pay the £450 extra for metallic, even spread over the lease term. What was the deposit on your quote, and did they confirm the £115 was for the blue one?
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Seat Leon 2.0 TDI 184 FR - 24 month lease - £176.39 p/m - £1298.32 initial - 5k All Car Leasing
Get your hands on the fastest diesel Seat Leon, in high spec FR trim for £5,355.24 over two years. This deal is for low mileage users, at 5k per annum, however double that can be had for £199.19 pe… Read more
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lhurren

Had a 63 plate 1.6 SE Leon as a hire car today. Was very nice. It only … Had a 63 plate 1.6 SE Leon as a hire car today. Was very nice. It only had 105bhp and wasn't full of kit but it was fast enough, averaged 60mpg despite cruise being set to 90 and had Bluetooth etc.It made me realise that this 184 FR must be pretty special.



yep picked up my 1.8 tsi dsg , certainly shifts X)

the diesel must be excellent on the 184 even better after a remap to 230bhp oO and 500lbs of torque

still no worries about egr valve and dpf`s to block on the petrol , does nearly 50mpg on the motorway too , my car is two faced fast yet frugal X)

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Had a 63 plate 1.6 SE Leon as a hire car today. Was very nice. It only had 105bhp and wasn't full of kit but it was fast enough, averaged 60mpg despite cruise being set to 90 and had Bluetooth etc.

It made me realise that this 184 FR must be pretty special.

londonguy

lol ok what did he pay for the 13 1.8 dsg ?



Dunno mate it's all been done on finance.

Bossworld

He's a lovely bloke but car mad, why he didn't just find the extra for … He's a lovely bloke but car mad, why he didn't just find the extra for the 1.8 dsg last year I've no idea.



lol ok

what did he pay for the 13 1.8 dsg ?

londonguy

your mate sounds like a nutter X)yep this one has them not that i really … your mate sounds like a nutter X)yep this one has them not that i really used them on the s-line i had



He's a lovely bloke but car mad, why he didn't just find the extra for the 1.8 dsg last year I've no idea.

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Personal Leasing Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.0i VTR 5dr
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I own a brand new C1 and I can say from experience that is a smashing little car, I drive a lot, mostly traffic and it runs on fumes!
This C1 doesn't get built any more but I think it was replaced by the C1 Edition

Stu

Couldn't agree more, no way I'd ever own a C1!!



Had a good old laugh at that link, Ling is clearly as mad as a box of frogs :-)

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humadoon

thanks for posting op..ignore the idiots



Thanks.

I've deleted and expired it, I can't be bothered with it.

thanks for posting op..ignore the idiots

Stu

I can't see that I'm afraid. The VAT alone on £5.7k is £1140 to that w … I can't see that I'm afraid. The VAT alone on £5.7k is £1140 to that would mean a further depreciation of only £1660 over 3 years.The model here is a 5 door VTR which has a list of around £10k. Can you really buy that for almost 50% discount?This report suggests the 3 year depreciation on C1 models to be a lot more - http://cars.uk.msn.com/features/depreciation-busters-the-cars-that-hold-their-value-best?page=15



VAT doesn't have much to do with depreciation, so I have no idea why you even mention it.

I was speaking of C1/107 in general, not a specific trim level.

Here's an example of the base model C1 sold recently at 3 years old.
ebay.co.uk/itm…456?pt=Automobiles_UK&hash=item58a0589ee8&nma=true&si=bQ0kxeYg8oGewIo%252BI6hQVi7e%252BVI%253D&orig_cvip=true&rt=nc&_trksid=p2047675.l2557

I've seen this model selling new for less that £6,000, in 107 guise it was £5695

Back to the VTR spec, using an online broker you can pick this up for £8300 (possibly less), considerably cheaper than the RRP or buy direct from Citroen and benefit from the 1st free insurance.

I also puzzled with the link you provided to the diesel version of the car with depreciation based on RRP rather than real prices, which was that unpopular they stopped selling it back in 2009. Just look at the sold price figures for the cars and the new prices from online brokers for a fair comparison, go further back and you will see even six year old ones going for over £3k, that's £450 a year depreciation, amazing.

Back to your deal, it's not good due to better and more modern cars now available at similar prices.



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Citreon C1 Lease - £49.99pcm - Allcarleasing
What seems like an unbeatable deal for a new car on lease! Business rate is £49.99 pcm plus £1000 down on a 2 year deal. Hard to find cheaper motoring than that!
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You could buy one for 2 grand

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what a crap car

I prefer Dacia Duster.

3spartan

A wind farm.

nice