Audi A4 1.4TFSI SPORT, 2 year/ 10,000 miles p.a. (6 +23) lease, £192 incl vat per month (£5568 over term) at Stable Vehicle Contracts
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Audi A4 1.4TFSI SPORT, 2 year/ 10,000 miles p.a. (6 +23) lease, £192 incl vat per month (£5568 over term) at Stable Vehicle Contracts

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Found 13th Jul 2016
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 the car, pay £5568 for it over the two years and not have to fund the initial £26.5k nor worry about depreciation.

Ok so the 1.4 litre engine may not make it 'hot' in terms of performance but it's still got 150ps, 0-62 in 8.7 secs and 130mph top speed - plus a combined 53mpg.

Avant (estate) model also available for additional £13 per month with same contract details.

Payments include Road Tax but not Insurance. There will also be a minor service at 9,000 miles (£159) and a major one at 18,000 (£309). Additional miles will be charged at 7.2p per mile (vat incl). 6 months payments 'up front' (not returnable) then 23 monthly payments. There may be an admin fee but this is not listed.
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Chasloyal

I drive a little Mazda myself but my ickle flat in Buckhurst Hill is paid … 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



Nobody actually cares about your flat in Buckhurst Hill.

This is a deal site. It's legitimate to compare total cost of ownership with other ways of running a car, but talking about your flats is just tiresome.
Chasloyal

Tiresome? You would rather appear to have dough on the exterior when not … Tiresome? You would rather appear to have dough on the exterior when not having a pot to pxxs in and I wouldn't, horses for coursesOh it is you, won't buy a box of doughnuts for a tenner but wants to appear to be minted driving around in a Toby's motor that actually belongs to someone else priceless



I drive an Audi A8, and it belongs to me.

I am personally not in the position where I want to lease a car, but it doesn't make this a bad deal, or necessitate pontificating about your flats.
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Seems a good price. Although not sure on the servicing costs. The prices you have quoted are for the fixed price service prices but these prices do not apply as the car is less than 3 years old.
was a £1000/1300 cheaper than this about 3/4 months ago... still a good deal tho
Hot. Under £200 a month to drive a decent car with a decent annual mileage limit.
Good deal, but it's an A4.
Good price for a lease.

However they aren't as expensive as you've suggested.
Via a broker the SE is £21.6k and the Sport is £22.9k, the new shape also has strong residuals at the moment.

They may be even further discounts on top as dealer deposit discounts or finance offers too.
53Mpg, give over.

More like 45 at best.
SpencerUk

53Mpg, give over.More like 45 at best.



Give over...more like 36
M_z

Hot. Under £200 a month to drive a decent car with a decent annual … Hot. Under £200 a month to drive a decent car with a decent annual mileage limit.



£5568 over 24 months is £232/month
I got one of these 6months ago and got it for £200 a month. I got the sport model!
It's a fantastic car - beautiful drive! Very luxurious! And it features Apple car play, built in sat nav, 17" rims, And beastly headlights! Well worth it guys!
MazingerZ

Good deal, but it's an A4.



Have you driven one? LOL.
Fluffykins

£5568 over 24 months is £232/month



You are quite correct, the mods need to get to grips with how the OP's list car leasing/PCP deals on here.

Total price including all fees and duration of contract is all that is required, people can then calculate the monthly or weekly cost themselves. If they can't work out the MathS with a capital S for the yanks on here, they should not be behind the wheel of a car in the first place!
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
Edited by: "padamowicz93" 14th Jul 2016
padamowicz93

I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I … 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.
padamowicz93

I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I … 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



​hence why they remain working class lol but in all fairness there are people out there like me that would spend their hard earned cash on a premium instead of spending it on clothes holidays etc.
padamowicz93

I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I … 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


You've got the right attitude; a car is, principally, a tool for getting you from A to B. As such it needn't be any higher spec than your needs require. For some it is an outward expression of their aspirations, a fashion accessory or a dear to the heart hobby. Don't feel compelled to spend anymore on it than you need to.
I have the avant & I'm not really impressed so far. The boot is very narrow, the mmi is rubbish (thankfully it has android auto), the interior finish is very superficial, it's averaging 35mpg and 2nd gear is absolutely lethal at roundabouts with no low down power (I can't stress how bad it actually is)
padamowicz93

I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I … 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



If you're happy with that, good for you! Nobody is forcing you down the path of a lease vehicle. I'm more than happy spending over £200 a month for something that I will enjoy every day for 2 years. When you think about how much people spend on holidays (and I'm guilty of it this year) just to be happy for a week or 2, having a nice, new car for me is what I enjoy.

The flip side of new cars is people putting themselves in debt for it. I know someone earning less than me who has just gone out and got an RS3 on finance which to me is ridiculous - but it's his money and wouldn't accept advise on it.
padamowicz93

I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I … 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


These people don't know how to choose a car. By knowing the right people you can get new cars much cheaper than the RRP.
SpencerUk

53Mpg, give over.More like 45 at best.



More like 49 mpg. I have one
taker920

I have the avant & I'm not really impressed so far. The boot is very … I have the avant & I'm not really impressed so far. The boot is very narrow, the mmi is rubbish (thankfully it has android auto), the interior finish is very superficial, it's averaging 35mpg and 2nd gear is absolutely lethal at roundabouts with no low down power (I can't stress how bad it actually is)



What is your engine size in your avant?
padamowicz93

I drive a 11 year old Fiesta 1.4 TDCi, can someone suggest why would I … 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


My old Mum used to say, "Posh car on the drive, but nowt in their fridge". An outward appearance of wealth is so important to some peoples egos. No wonder there's so much household debt.
thats quite a lot of money per month per car, you've gotta be loaded
madasadog

Have you driven a brand new premium car? If not, you won't understand so … 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

Edited by: "Chasloyal" 14th Jul 2016
The bit I don't understand "6 months payments 'up front' (not returnable) then 23 monthly payments"

So I pay six months, and then another 23 payments make it 29 months of payments? Pretty sure there's 24 months in two years..
given that the lease is with Audi Finance, do you think some proper audi dealer could match the quote so one can avoid the arrangement fee? Hot anyway
Chasloyal

I drive a little Mazda myself but my ickle flat in Buckhurst Hill is paid … 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



Nobody actually cares about your flat in Buckhurst Hill.

This is a deal site. It's legitimate to compare total cost of ownership with other ways of running a car, but talking about your flats is just tiresome.
dudedude

Nobody actually cares about your flat in Buckhurst Hill. This is a deal … Nobody actually cares about your flat in Buckhurst Hill. This is a deal site. It's legitimate to compare total cost of ownership with other ways of running a car, but talking about your flats is just tiresome.



Tiresome? You would rather appear to have dough on the exterior when not having a pot to pxxs in and I wouldn't, horses for courses

Oh it is you, won't buy a box of doughnuts for a tenner but wants to appear to be minted driving around in a Toby's motor that actually belongs to someone else priceless
Edited by: "Chasloyal" 14th Jul 2016
Chasloyal

Tiresome? You would rather appear to have dough on the exterior when not … Tiresome? You would rather appear to have dough on the exterior when not having a pot to pxxs in and I wouldn't, horses for coursesOh it is you, won't buy a box of doughnuts for a tenner but wants to appear to be minted driving around in a Toby's motor that actually belongs to someone else priceless



I drive an Audi A8, and it belongs to me.

I am personally not in the position where I want to lease a car, but it doesn't make this a bad deal, or necessitate pontificating about your flats.
Stan

More like 49 mpg. I have one



Then you either have a very light right foot, drive it in "eco mode" (or equivalent ... I assume it has such a setting), or do a lot of motorway miles. (Or a combination of the three)

I don't have one of these, but I do have a similarly specced (but smaller, lighter and thus slightly quicker) 1.4 turbo. I get somewhere in the mid 30's average mpg as well. But I also do quite a lot of town driving in it.

(Extra note .... mine has no issue with lack of low down power in low gears. If anything, it's the opposite! It's almost too easy to hit wheelspin in it. Especially on a wet/greasy road. I suspect a lot of that is down to how the turbo is set up.)
Can anyone please explain to me what the following mean:

"Audi dinlows"

and

"Toby's motor"

TIA
Edited by: "morpheus" 14th Jul 2016
dudedude

I drive an Audi A8, and it belongs to me.I am personally not in the … I drive an Audi A8, and it belongs to me.I am personally not in the position where I want to lease a car, but it doesn't make this a bad deal, or necessitate pontificating about your flats.



My bad, illustrating that my lack of interest in flash cars has helped me in not just acquiring but fully paying for the bricks n mortar in my name.

What matey said in here about flash motor but no nice grub really would appear most relevant to you oO

Can't be buying costly sugary snacks when you got your big gangster car to run eh
Chasloyal

I drive a little Mazda myself but my ickle flat in Buckhurst Hill is paid … 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



I can offer you complete ownership of a soapbox for a very reasonable price.
Paid a £5k deposit for mine (with few extras icl 18" wheels)and then £50..yes £50 a month through a local Audi dealer. 8k / 24 month contract incl free servicing.Don't be put off by 1.4 engine..it's a cracker!!
Perfect. My darling son just passed his driving test, this will do to get him from A to B.
Peoples circumstances will largely dictate what they spend their money on, and how they view buying their own car v leasing/financing one via monthly payments. I am still young, and I am living at home whilst I save for a mortgage deposit, and as a result at this stage in my life I can afford to pay monthly to drive a new car. So why do I do it? Because once I do get enough deposit saved and a mortgage my priorities will change, and I may be in a position not to be able to afford a brand new car at which point I will look at alternatives. But like someone has pointed out above, you only live life once, so why not make the most of it when you can?

To give an example of how making buying a new car can make financial sense in some circumstances, here is my circumstances below.

At the moment I currently have a Fiesta ST on PCP deal through Ford. I pay £212 a month for the car with a £0 deposit. I negotiated a hard deal for my car, and through my fathers job I can get a further discount ontop of this. The RRP of my car is £20515 (which no-one should ever pay). With my negotiations and further discounts, I only paid £14700, just shy of 28.5% off. I only keep the car for a minimum of 12 months before I negotiate a new deal and sell my car and purchase a new one. Why? Because it makes financial sense. I will have paid £212 x 12 = £2544 off the £14700 I bought it for at this point, leaving £12156 outstanding. At this point with payments and my initial discount I will have paid/got off the car £8358 or just shy of 41% of the list price. Being a 12 month old, 1 owner, low mileage car when I trade it in I make money. The last time I did this I made £1000. I also do not pay any road tax or servicing, because I trade it in and get into the new car before this is due, further saving me £150 on the first service, and £140 for tax for the year. So to that £2544 a year I'm paying out to drive around in a new car, isn't actually costing me £2544. Its costing me £1254 or £104 a month plus petrol costs. I have a car that won't give me any major repair bills and also comes with breakdown cover, plus If I get bored of the colour I choose a new one in twelve months time and still get to enjoy the 'new car' smell and feeling.
morpheus

Can anyone please explain to me what the following mean:"Audi … Can anyone please explain to me what the following mean:"Audi dinlows"and"Toby's motor"TIA



I think it is secret code as it makes no effing sense to me either!
Chasloyal

I grew up with me old man upgarding his Merc every two years, I take it … 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



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.
Chasloyal

I grew up with me old man upgarding his Merc every two years, I take it … 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



And here's me thinking I'd already met the most boring, opinionated person I could ever meet only last week. Congratulations, you've blown him right out of the water.
aymanhd

Not to get too involved, but you state you have enough cash to buy any … Not to get too involved, but you state you have enough cash to buy any Audi. Any. Audi. http://www.carandclassic.co.uk/car/C722000It 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?
good deal, but can you Audi drivers stop driving like BMW drivers. there are other people on roads you know :-P
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