AUDI A4 1.4TFSI Sport: £118.91 pcm, £1800 Deposit + £240 Admin fee, 2 year lease, 5K Miles, £4774.93 National Vehicle Solutions
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AUDI A4 1.4TFSI Sport: £118.91 pcm, £1800 Deposit + £240 Admin fee, 2 year lease, 5K Miles, £4774.93 National Vehicle Solutions

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Found 22nd Sep 2015
Audi A4 1.4TFSI Sport, 2 year lease deal, £118.91 per month, £1800 deposit, £239.99 Admin fee (Business users can take the VAT off that).

I know there are some lease haters and I know a new A4 is just around the corner, but this is an awful lot of car for the money. You can change the mileage if 5000 isn't enough or you can change the deposit to 6 months if you don't have £1800 in your back pocket.

Whatever way you work it out, this is a hot deal IMO.

This *IS* the new A4! It is not the old model - and thus it's a cracking deal!
- tickedon

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Kraken deal 4773 all in! HOAT!


Worth noting that excess mileage will be 7.2p per mile Inc VAT, will likely be cheaper to pay the excess than to take a higher mileage contract.


Edited by: "cerbeea" 22nd Sep 2015

Great deal

OP its actually 4774.93 (23 x 118.91 + 1800 + 240)

Original Poster

Thanks both for pointing out the error in my calculation, I've now fixed it.

anyone used this leasing co before?

BMW 318i Auto Sport Saloon for £271 (10,000miles pa) is also a very good deal on the same site:
http://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/BMW-3-SERIES-SALOON-318i-Sport-4dr-Step-Auto-Personal-Lease/38221

I would strongly recommend anyone looking to buy an Audi to see it in person first. Sounds obvious, but unless it's very cheap, you will be disappointed with the interior quality and interior space compared to BMW and Mercedes equivalents. For example the 3 series and C class are both larger inside than the A4. I went to the show rooms of all three a few weeks ago.

donslibi

BMW 318i Auto Sport Saloon for £271 (10,000miles pa) is also a very good … BMW 318i Auto Sport Saloon for £271 (10,000miles pa) is also a very good deal on the same site:http://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/BMW-3-SERIES-SALOON-318i-Sport-4dr-Step-Auto-Personal-Lease/38221I would strongly recommend anyone looking to buy an Audi to see it in person first. Sounds obvious, but unless it's very cheap, you will be disappointed with the interior quality and interior space compared to BMW and Mercedes equivalents. For example the 3 series and C class are both larger inside than the A4. I went to the show rooms of all three a few weeks ago.



Or £245pm overall with 5,000 miles pa if you're wanting to compare it directly to this A4 deal.

Utter tosh
Try getting in the back of an A class

Great deal for this size of car. If you are looking for a lease and this type of car, and are not fussy about the particular vehicle, then price wise I doubt there is better out there at the moment.

PhilthyPhil

Utter toshTry getting in the back of an A class



What are you talking about? This deal is for an Audi A4.

Good deal fella. Take some heat

donslibi

BMW 318i Auto Sport Saloon for £271 (10,000miles pa) is also a very good … BMW 318i Auto Sport Saloon for £271 (10,000miles pa) is also a very good deal on the same site:http://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/BMW-3-SERIES-SALOON-318i-Sport-4dr-Step-Auto-Personal-Lease/38221I would strongly recommend anyone looking to buy an Audi to see it in person first. Sounds obvious, but unless it's very cheap, you will be disappointed with the interior quality and interior space compared to BMW and Mercedes equivalents. For example the 3 series and C class are both larger inside than the A4. I went to the show rooms of all three a few weeks ago.



Always worth checking an A4 before pulling the trigger. I have a current 3series, which has a great interior, friend of mine got a C class last week and it's not even close to as nice as mine, very cheap and plasticky...the multimedia screen is plastered on as an after thought. I have recently been inside a fairly basic A4 in the showroom and think it's every bit as nice..if not nicer, than my 3series.

I know that, i was on about your claim that audis are inferior to bmws & mercs.
I beg to differ.

BMWs are amongst the worst interiors in their peer groups.
They are bland and unergonomic but full of crappy gadgetry that I'm sure appeals to a certain type of person.
The A4 has a nice well thought out and user friendly interior.

PhilthyPhil

Utter toshTry getting in the back of an A class



​Been drinking?

PhilthyPhil

I know that, i was on about your claim that audis are inferior to bmws & … I know that, i was on about your claim that audis are inferior to bmws & mercs.I beg to differ.



I did not state that they are inferior. I am encouraging people to look for themselves and linked a very good deal. BMWs are not for everyone. I myself don't like them, but thought I'd share my experience as it may help others.

Mercs are cheap and plastic inside, I agree.

1.4L? Does this thing even move?

tappy

1.4L? Does this thing even move?


It's a turb mate, yes it shifts

bigsidavies

BMWs are amongst the worst interiors in their peer groups.They are bland … BMWs are amongst the worst interiors in their peer groups.They are bland and unergonomic but full of crappy gadgetry that I'm sure appeals to a certain type of person.The A4 has a nice well thought out and user friendly interior.



It's all just people's opinions, and it's not good to generalise. I am sure that if you were sat in an X6 with customised interior, you would not be able to say the same. All depends on the model, year, etc... that you go for and what your personal taste it. Again, my point was just to provide people a link to another decent option.

beltwang

Mercs are cheap and plastic inside, I agree.



Ok last comment on this today, but where is everyone getting their facts from? I sat in a C-Class, B-Class, S-Class, 3-Series, 5-Series, A4 and A6 very recently and Mercedes and BMW were definitely nicer inside. Forget gadgets, etc... or the plastic screen that was stuck on as an after-thought (yes I hate that), but the comfort, luxury, feel you get when you sit in them is not the same as the Audi's. I can't put my finger on it, but you'd have to try them to know.
Edited by: "donslibi" 22nd Sep 2015

Great deal, heated

Noice

tappy

1.4L? Does this thing even move?


thats what i was thinking the official specs show:

Engine 4 cyls, 1395cc, turbocharged, petrol; Power 148bhp at … Engine 4 cyls, 1395cc, turbocharged, petrol; Power 148bhp at 5000-6000rpm; Torque 280lb ft at 1500-3500rpm; Gearbox 6-spd manual; Kerb weight 1395kg; 0-62mph 8.7sec; Top speed 130mph; Economy 53.3mpg (combined); CO2/tax band 126g/km, 20%



don't seem so bad the tech elsewhere in the car is just getting better and better i guess.

This is a great deal. However, I just sent off a signed quote form today for another car (although I still need to send a signed utility bill and new driving license). Anyone know if Im legally bound to this now or could I still back out?

Original Poster

donslibi

BMW 318i Auto Sport Saloon for £271 (10,000miles pa) is also a very good … BMW 318i Auto Sport Saloon for £271 (10,000miles pa) is also a very good deal on the same site:http://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/BMW-3-SERIES-SALOON-318i-Sport-4dr-Step-Auto-Personal-Lease/38221I would strongly recommend anyone looking to buy an Audi to see it in person first. Sounds obvious, but unless it's very cheap, you will be disappointed with the interior quality and interior space compared to BMW and Mercedes equivalents. For example the 3 series and C class are both larger inside than the A4. I went to the show rooms of all three a few weeks ago.



That's a good deal as well, if you set the deposit to custom, it appears to be 1 month up front which on 5K is £236 up front and £236 a month. Considereing it's not a previous generation can like my deal, that's very good.

"I know there are some lease haters and I know a new A4 is just around the corner" - you have undersold your deal!

The website says "A4 SALOON (2015)" - this is the NEW A4. They stopped making the old A4 a while back. The 1.4l petrol also wasn't available on the old one, only started at a 1.8l.

This is an absolute bargin.

donslibi

BMW 318i Auto Sport Saloon for £271 (10,000miles pa) is also a very good … BMW 318i Auto Sport Saloon for £271 (10,000miles pa) is also a very good deal on the same site:http://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/BMW-3-SERIES-SALOON-318i-Sport-4dr-Step-Auto-Personal-Lease/38221I would strongly recommend anyone looking to buy an Audi to see it in person first. Sounds obvious, but unless it's very cheap, you will be disappointed with the interior quality and interior space compared to BMW and Mercedes equivalents. For example the 3 series and C class are both larger inside than the A4. I went to the show rooms of all three a few weeks ago.


BMW total cost would be over 6K
Who cares about interior quality when the car is not gonna belog to you after 2 years?

0-60 in 8.9 seconds. This engine is a replacement for the previous generation 1.8 entry petrol engine.

Still, 26 posts and no queries on the magnetic bumper option?

heat

mrblast

This is a great deal. However, I just sent off a signed quote form today … This is a great deal. However, I just sent off a signed quote form today for another car (although I still need to send a signed utility bill and new driving license). Anyone know if Im legally bound to this now or could I still back out?



If personal you have a mandatory 14 day cooling off period from when you sign the order.

mrblast

This is a great deal. However, I just sent off a signed quote form today … This is a great deal. However, I just sent off a signed quote form today for another car (although I still need to send a signed utility bill and new driving license). Anyone know if Im legally bound to this now or could I still back out?


mrblast

This is a great deal. However, I just sent off a signed quote form today … This is a great deal. However, I just sent off a signed quote form today for another car (although I still need to send a signed utility bill and new driving license). Anyone know if Im legally bound to this now or could I still back out?



If its personal contract and you did the transaction online/via phone without visiting the dealer there would be a a right to cancel option.

mrblast

This is a great deal. However, I just sent off a signed quote form today … This is a great deal. However, I just sent off a signed quote form today for another car (although I still need to send a signed utility bill and new driving license). Anyone know if Im legally bound to this now or could I still back out?



Did you sign the quote form (usually a page or two long) or the finance documents (10 or more pages). Even if the latter, you should still have a cooling off period as stated in the contract.

rodman

BMW total cost would be over 6KWho cares about interior quality when the … BMW total cost would be over 6KWho cares about interior quality when the car is not gonna belog to you after 2 years?



Actually less than 6k if you compare the 5,000 miles pa option. And some people care about the interior (and exterior) style/comfort of their car. With your logic, why have any nice used or new car as you are only going to sell it one day.
Edited by: "donslibi" 22nd Sep 2015

donslibi

Did you sign the quote form (usually a page or two long) or the finance … Did you sign the quote form (usually a page or two long) or the finance documents (10 or more pages). Even if the latter, you should still have a cooling off period as stated in the contract.



It was just the quote form. Is there anything formal I need to do to cancel or is just putting it in an email sufficient? Sorry to sound like a complete noob but I haven't leased before...

Thanks everyone else for the comments as well

German cars, very unreliable

Noob question here - do you get the deposit back at the end? oO

it may be inappropriate my comment but some time ago I switched to a 1.4l sport motorbike and all of a sudden I wake up,

tappy

1.4L? Does this thing even move?



I was going to ask the same!

ZeBadger

Noob question here - do you get the deposit back at the end? oO



No you don't I'm afraid

mrblast

It was just the quote form. Is there anything formal I need to do to … It was just the quote form. Is there anything formal I need to do to cancel or is just putting it in an email sufficient? Sorry to sound like a complete noob but I haven't leased before...Thanks everyone else for the comments as well



Email so it's in writting and then optionally a courtesy call.

ZeBadger

Noob question here - do you get the deposit back at the end? oO


Someone had to ask it...

It's also covered in their FAQs: nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/faqs
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