Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr lease £5518.57 2years 10k mile per year @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T FSI Sport 4dr lease £5518.57 2years 10k mile per year @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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Found 27th Jul 2016
as above cheap as chips

Contract Length:24 months
Contract Mileage:10000
Maintenance: No
MRP:£27,300 on the road
Free Delivery:(UK mainland only)
Rental profile:
Initial rental of £2000.00 plus vat followed by 23 monthly rentals of £99.99 plus vat
Admin fees of £299+vat are applicable unless otherwise stated

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This is actually open to both business and personal users.

Admin fee is £360 and not £180 as stated in the OP.

like said above available as personal lease just add 20% VAT. Personally would go for 3+24 at £200 a month personal lease, slightly more expensive overall but less down payment.

Original Poster

ive changed it but total price is correct.i did find it elsewhere with them admin fees so can get it a bit cheaper but website banned on hukd
cheers
Edited by: "learoy69" 27th Jul 2016

Original Poster

£50 cheaper than previous deal for one of these that heated up to 696 deg.

Original Poster

wish the people that voted cold could come up with a better deal then i would go with them

learoy69

wish the people that voted cold could come up with a better deal then i … wish the people that voted cold could come up with a better deal then i would go with them



cortvehiclecontracts.co.uk/per…765

I'm in one of these today as a courtesy car while the wife's A1 is in for a service (she won't drive a car this big). One huge flaw on it that the smaller VAGs don't have...pedals offset to the far right of the footwell, my legs are at a diagonal. I expect the inside of my left knee would be hurting on a longer journey than my 20 mile commute. Clutch pedal is in the middle of the footwell. Probably not a bother with DSG.

Coming from a 2l tdi, will this be powerful enough? Does it have dynamic indicators?

stay away from vw.
their engine is crap, all over youtube, turbo problem and timing chain problem.

Sounds a good deal but most people will want to add asynchronous of extras. These are pretty basic otherwise.

trickytree1984

Coming from a 2l tdi, will this be powerful enough? Does it have dynamic … Coming from a 2l tdi, will this be powerful enough? Does it have dynamic indicators?


I had the vw jetta (slightly smaller body) 1.4 tsi and it went very well

why is this not hotter????

ho5dow

stay away from vw. their engine is crap, all over youtube, turbo problem … stay away from vw. their engine is crap, all over youtube, turbo problem and timing chain problem.



Those were the older engines. The latest belt cam 1.4TSI 140 ACT is a completely different engine. Get your facts right please.

Does anyone know if apple carplay is included in this model?

tattertatter

http://www.cortvehiclecontracts.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/audi/a4-saloon/14t-fsi-sport-4dr-94759765



That ain't better anymore. Price is up totaling £5623.92. I've got a quote on this one even higher at £5847.18 total.

1.4 terribly underpowered
Edited by: "antony1971" 28th Jul 2016

ho5dow

stay away from vw. their engine is crap, all over youtube, turbo problem … stay away from vw. their engine is crap, all over youtube, turbo problem and timing chain problem.



It's leased- not your problem if it goes wrong.

antony1971

1.4 terribly underpowered



It's a 1.4 petrol turbo with 140 bhp so performance is going to be pretty good

ms2005

Sounds a good deal but most people will want to add asynchronous of … Sounds a good deal but most people will want to add asynchronous of extras. These are pretty basic otherwise.


Parking System Plus, Cruise Control, Bluetooth, Radio/CD + MP3, Leather Steering Wheel, Multifunction Steering Wheel, 17" Alloys, Xenon Headlights, Navigation

Basic, really?
Somebody also mentioned Apple CarPlay on this or the other thread

I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.

Deedie

I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is … I have this engine in my yeti, and it goes very well. fuel economy is pretty poor on it though. averaged around 22mpg on my 2 week holiday over 1100 miles, with zero motorway driving.



You are obviously a very bad driver, accelerating harshly and braking hard, rather than reading the road ahead. Are you female by any chance?

muffboy

You are obviously a very bad driver, accelerating harshly and braking … You are obviously a very bad driver, accelerating harshly and braking hard, rather than reading the road ahead. Are you female by any chance?



no, this was on very winding roads on the isle of lewis and isle of skye. overtaking every camper van and caravan, and anything else that was driving stupidly slow, at every opportunity. so, yes a lot of harsh braking and acceleration etc.

no, I'm not female.
Edited by: "Deedie" 1st Aug 2016

I have to cover a fair amount of mileage a month for work, claiming 50p a mile. I'm thinking it would be beneficial because I have the peace of mind with it being under warranty. The amount of mileage I do a month would cover the cost of the payments.

Do people think this would be wise?

yes
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