Audi A4 1.4T FSI S Line S Tronic w/tech pack, alcantra leather - 6+23 Lease £6955.94 @ Swansway
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Audi A4 1.4T FSI S Line S Tronic w/tech pack, alcantra leather - 6+23 Lease £6955.94 @ Swansway

£6,955.94Swansway Deals
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Found 17th Dec 2017
6 + 23 deal 8000 miles

There's been quite a few deals for audi a4s recently. This one however is for the automatic version and also comes with the tech pack (a £1400 optional extra)

0-60 8.5s which is quite nippy for a 1.4 petrol, really good automatic gearbox. 18" wheels which probably ride better than the 19" with the black edition.
Tech packs adds the virtual cockpit, wireless charging, audi connect and some upgrades to the sat nav.

White or black are the colour choices at no extra charge.

Initial payment of £1439.16
Then 23x £239.86

Total £6955.94 or £289.83 a month on avr

No processing fee etc

Car has RRP of £33185, so 21% of this figure is pretty good imo - certainly less than depreciation would be. New model expected to be announced 2019 which again would impact residuals.

This is from swansway Audi in Crewe, its listed on contracthireandleasing website. Maybe possible to price match at local dealer.
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Spacevsgravity6 m ago

I've voted hot but cars are getting way too expensive. Companies know they …I've voted hot but cars are getting way too expensive. Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments


So true looking for a used one at the moment and prices are mad and main dealers telling me they can’t offer discounts because of leases. Still to old fashioned for a lease but got close the other week. Another year of checking threads though and you never know. :
DrRollo1 h, 26 m ago

Do you get to keep the car at the end?



Yes you just pay the £1 admin fee
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Cheaper elsewhere, can get direct from Audi dealership with no admin fee for £225, can pick up manual for £200. Check out parkers personal leasing
A heads up, link doesn't work for me, just takes me to a home page. Also, what is the miles allowance?
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Cold from me.

Had two A4s hugely overrated cars.
Edited by: "deleted1032520" 17th Dec 2017
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garethelder103 m ago

Cheaper elsewhere, can get direct from Audi dealership with no admin fee …Cheaper elsewhere, can get direct from Audi dealership with no admin fee for £225, can pick up manual for £200. Check out parkers personal leasing


For the S Tronic version, in s line spec, and with the tech pack and alcantra?
That engine is useless, got a lease on it going back in April thankfully and wouldn't buy
Edited by: "jase.2" 17th Dec 2017
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Rusty824 m ago

A heads up, link doesn't work for me, just takes me to a home page. Also, …A heads up, link doesn't work for me, just takes me to a home page. Also, what is the miles allowance?


8000 miles
jase.26 m ago

That engine is useless, got a lease on it going back in April thankfully …That engine is useless, got a lease on it going back in April thankfully and wouldn't buy


Useless on what respect?
M_z2 m ago

Useless on what respect?


Any sort of incline and it struggles badly, I'd get another A4 but the engine puts me off this
I've voted hot but cars are getting way too expensive. Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments
Spacevsgravity6 m ago

I've voted hot but cars are getting way too expensive. Companies know they …I've voted hot but cars are getting way too expensive. Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments


So true looking for a used one at the moment and prices are mad and main dealers telling me they can’t offer discounts because of leases. Still to old fashioned for a lease but got close the other week. Another year of checking threads though and you never know. :
Spacevsgravity7 m ago

I've voted hot but cars are getting way too expensive. Companies know they …I've voted hot but cars are getting way too expensive. Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments


Milk people dry.

Love it
pretty sure this was a lot cheaper last year. Prob worth checking around
8000 miles is pants
i do circa double that in a year
OK deal, but not amazing. I got an A4 1.4 Sport through leasing - it's a great car, comfy drive, nippy when needed thanks to the turbo - but there is turbo lag, and yes a bit underpowered on a hill - but if thats important, then you're probably not looking for a 1.4 petrol! P.s. my deal was £1800 + 23 x £115 - through V4B on contracthireandleasing too.
Edited by: "Adam_Murphy" 18th Dec 2017
Not a fan of paying out for ever on a car but £4500 over two years sounds good but £7000 with nothing to show at the end sounds a lot. Not voting as I have no idea if good or not.
Do you get to keep the car at the end?
Spacevsgravity1 h, 9 m ago

I've voted hot but cars are getting way too expensive. Companies know they …I've voted hot but cars are getting way too expensive. Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments


"Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments"

How do they milk you dry? Are you forced to take a lease for a car you can't afford? No. Does somebody force you to sign the lease documents without allowing you to read them first? No.

What's "throw leasing"?
Complete with "alcantara leather" from a herd of alcantara cows no doubt? Amazes me that car manufacturers are allowed to sell what is a synthetic material as a "leather?
DrRollo30 m ago

Do you get to keep the car at the end?


No. No option to buy. It’s like paying rent on a house. You don’t get to keep it at the end.
Nice looking Passat or Octavia. To think there actually people out there that think Audi are on the same level as BMW.
Chinese car with German badge, now cheap too but breaks so often, that although I need one I won’t be buying Audi ever. No surprise it’s at the bottom of JD power survey too, and with all the scams attached with both Audi and it’s parent VW, what’s next? Oh hang on they were also recently found selling unique VIN to multiple customers.
DrRollo1 h, 26 m ago

Do you get to keep the car at the end?



Yes you just pay the £1 admin fee
admpgk1 h, 52 m ago

Complete with "alcantara leather" from a herd of alcantara cows no doubt? …Complete with "alcantara leather" from a herd of alcantara cows no doubt? Amazes me that car manufacturers are allowed to sell what is a synthetic material as a "leather?


While Alcantara is used to save money (it's about 1/10th cost of leather) its usual purpose in seats it that it stretches better than leather so they use it on the surface you sit on as it has more give. Full leather seats often wear prematurely. The side bolsters and headrest are often real leather but the back of the seat is normally faux leather. If you want all leather with the added suppleness then you want Nappa leather.
Not sure on the exact combination on Audi's.
garethelder105 h, 40 m ago

Cheaper elsewhere, can get direct from Audi dealership with no admin fee …Cheaper elsewhere, can get direct from Audi dealership with no admin fee for £225, can pick up manual for £200. Check out parkers personal leasing


Really? I had checked but couldn't find. Any links would be helpful
Looks like a Ford Sierra
qbs6 h, 26 m ago

"Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments" …"Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments" How do they milk you dry? Are you forced to take a lease for a car you can't afford? No. Does somebody force you to sign the lease documents without allowing you to read them first? No.What's "throw leasing"?


They're not forcing me but people buying cars they can only afford throw leasing pushes prices up generally. Calm down, lease driver.
Spacevsgravity1 h, 12 m ago

They're not forcing me but people buying cars they can only afford throw …They're not forcing me but people buying cars they can only afford throw leasing pushes prices up generally. Calm down, lease driver.


But, logically, I'd have thought that must mean that there are more secondhand cars available, if more people are moving to a lease? What else is going to happen to their old car? Also, when leases end, the car goes onto the secondhand market. I suppose it depends what sort of car you are after, but i keep an eye on a seller who i have bought 3 cars from in the past, all ex-lease, and they have no shortage of stock.
qbs7 h, 54 m ago

"Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments" …"Companies know they can milk people dry throw leasing and installments" How do they milk you dry? Are you forced to take a lease for a car you can't afford? No. Does somebody force you to sign the lease documents without allowing you to read them first? No.What's "throw leasing"?



the financial ombudsmen thinks that there is problems with the area a recent report suggested that it could end up like PPI! you would think how and then there was a BBC program the other week and a woman who was going onto maternity leave got a new Mini she complained that she didn't understand how it worked and didn't understand she wouldn't own the car but most of all she was shocked that the garage didn't ask her about her pregnancy, she was going off on maternity in a months time and they hadn't asked her how she was going to afford it on £150 maternity pay!! So yes totally agree no one is forcing but people are stupid, just look at the money some are getting on PPI as they didn't read what they were signing up to
CouldntThinkOfAUsername7 h, 38 m ago

Nice looking Passat or Octavia. To think there actually people out there …Nice looking Passat or Octavia. To think there actually people out there that think Audi are on the same level as BMW.


Spot the BMW owner Personally I'd take an RS7 over any other car.
Pretty average deal for this model car, unless you think the extra are worth it.

EDIT: Just to show the difference, you can get the Audi A6 Saloon 1.8 TFSI S Line 4dr S Tronic on 6+23 for £7.6K, or the A6 Saloon1.8 TFSI SE Executive 4dr S Tronic on a 6+23 for only £6.7K (less than this A4 deal).
Edited by: "Uncommon.Sense" 18th Dec 2017
admpgk9 h, 39 m ago

Complete with "alcantara leather" from a herd of alcantara cows no doubt? …Complete with "alcantara leather" from a herd of alcantara cows no doubt? Amazes me that car manufacturers are allowed to sell what is a synthetic material as a "leather?


It's alcantara and leather. Seat centres are alcantara the outers are leather. I have yet to see anything where Audi claim that alcantara is leather
eslick10 h, 49 m ago

So true looking for a used one at the moment and prices are mad and main …So true looking for a used one at the moment and prices are mad and main dealers telling me they can’t offer discounts because of leases. Still to old fashioned for a lease but got close the other week. Another year of checking threads though and you never know. :



Why do leases mean that dealers cannot offer discounts when trying to buy one?
Save money and take the BUS!!
Spacevsgravity3 h, 33 m ago

They're not forcing me but people buying cars they can only afford throw …They're not forcing me but people buying cars they can only afford throw leasing pushes prices up generally. Calm down, lease driver.


1. Piffle. And you agree, nobody's forcing you to buy/lease a new car.
2. I still don't understand the term "throw leasing". Do you, by any chance, mean 'through leasing'?
3. What pushes the price up is morons leasing cars they can't afford, and, in so doing, flooding the market with customers eager to part with cash they don't have. Their cars (though they're never really 'theirs') then come back into the huge pool of second hand cars - buyers market.
4. I'm not, and never have been a lease driver. I buy using money unless, in the case of 3 cars in the past, my money was making more sitting where it was than the cost of finance.

If you can't afford it, don't buy it.
If you don't understand the terms of a lease, don't sign it.
If you're too stupid to understand either of the above, please send me all your bank/credit card details along with relevant PIN numbers.
TomScrut14 m ago

Why do leases mean that dealers cannot offer discounts when trying to buy …Why do leases mean that dealers cannot offer discounts when trying to buy one?



I suspect because they make more money on ppps and leases
eslick2 h, 13 m ago

the financial ombudsmen thinks that there is problems with the area a …the financial ombudsmen thinks that there is problems with the area a recent report suggested that it could end up like PPI! you would think how and then there was a BBC program the other week and a woman who was going onto maternity leave got a new Mini she complained that she didn't understand how it worked and didn't understand she wouldn't own the car but most of all she was shocked that the garage didn't ask her about her pregnancy, she was going off on maternity in a months time and they hadn't asked her how she was going to afford it on £150 maternity pay!! So yes totally agree no one is forcing but people are stupid, just look at the money some are getting on PPI as they didn't read what they were signing up to


PPI was, and is, a farce. The banks caved far too easily, fearing it would cost more to fight individual cases than to just hand over cash without bothering to check the details. People who have actually benefitted fro PPI have still managed to claim, saying it was mis-sold. How crazy is that? The banks were leaned on by the politicians who created the boom in cheap in the short term, problems in the long term money.
Doubtless, their was a degree of mis-selling, but what happened to personal responsibility? If you don't need it, don't buy it. If you don't understand it, don't sign it.

In the case of the pregnant idiot you've cited, if she'd got pregnant in the back of the Mini, would she be pursuing BMW for child maintenance?
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admpgk10 h, 6 m ago

Complete with "alcantara leather" from a herd of alcantara cows no doubt? …Complete with "alcantara leather" from a herd of alcantara cows no doubt? Amazes me that car manufacturers are allowed to sell what is a synthetic material as a "leather?


Think of it as vegetarian bacon
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Uncommon.Sense1 h, 12 m ago

Pretty average deal for this model car, unless you think the extra are …Pretty average deal for this model car, unless you think the extra are worth it.EDIT: Just to show the difference, you can get the Audi A6 Saloon 1.8 TFSI S Line 4dr S Tronic on 6+23 for £7.6K, or the A6 Saloon1.8 TFSI SE Executive 4dr S Tronic on a 6+23 for only £6.7K (less than this A4 deal).


I saw that deal the other day, and does look quite decent. The a6 has a new version coming out next year which is probably why there are a few deals around. The interior in the current a6 is a bit dated - the a4 is certainly nicer.


For example, a6:
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A4:

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Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 18th Dec 2017
jaydeeuk112 h, 7 m ago

For the S Tronic version, in s line spec, and with the tech pack and …For the S Tronic version, in s line spec, and with the tech pack and alcantra?


Local Audi dealership is able to do the exact same deal for £220 with no admin fee and 6 mths upfront.

For everyone saying the A4 struggles up a hill, I've gone from a Golf R to the A4 purely for the size and the 150bph it manages to produce is quicker than what my previous 2.0tdi 2013 Audi A6 was. It copes just fine!

Some awesome deals to be had on these, considering the prices of PCP's at the moment, lucky to get a Ford Focus for £220pm!
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