Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T sline 150 bhp lease 10k miles p/a.£190 P/M & £1892 initial payment,this includes £180 fee Total over 2 years £6269.30 @ Gateway2lease
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Audi A4 Saloon 1.4T sline 150 bhp lease 10k miles p/a.£190 P/M & £1892 initial payment,this includes £180 fee Total over 2 years £6269.30 @ Gateway2lease

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Found 20th Jun 2017
Price based on solid white or black.
delivery September.
for a 30k list price car this is got to be one of the cheapest deals to lease it
10k miles p/a
This deal has a charge of 9.6ppm for going over allowance.
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£261.22 per month inc fees and advance rental
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I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:
What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?
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I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when … I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?



What do you believe happens?
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I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when … I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?



You get to keep it AND they give you a new one.
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I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when … I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?



Its not a stupid question at all, yes you give it back to the the lease company
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Great deal Op!
Inb4 people start voting it cold.
Not sure why it's cold when a more expensive one is hot....
Good deal.
I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:
What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?
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I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when … I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?



What do you believe happens?
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I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when … I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?



You get to keep it AND they give you a new one.
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I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when … I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?



Its not a stupid question at all, yes you give it back to the the lease company
Anybody what the rough fee is when/if you go over the mileage allowance on these lease deals?
I know they vary company to company, but is there a going rate that you should typically be looking for?
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I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when … I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?


*edit* Just ignore me, I got everything in my comment wrong lol It happens sometimes.. The Mrs will confirm that!
Edited by: "liamwheldon" 21st Jun 2017
Kloppenhagen

Anybody what the rough fee is when/if you go over the mileage allowance … Anybody what the rough fee is when/if you go over the mileage allowance on these lease deals?I know they vary company to company, but is there a going rate that you should typically be looking for?



Aim to not pay more that 6-7ppm inc. VAT.
liamwheldon

Car currently costs £30,000You pay £4,560 in monthly paymentsInitial p … Car currently costs £30,000You pay £4,560 in monthly paymentsInitial payment (not deposit) £1,892Money left to buy the car from original £30k is £23,548 therefore the car needs to be that value or more after 2 years, else you'll have to pay the remainder.Some leases have a deposit instead of initial payment, which means you have a chance of getting that money back at the end if the car's value covers the remainder of the original value.Note: This is just how I've interpreted it, I could be wrong...



I believe you only pay the initial payment and the monthly payments, unless you go over mileage then extra mileage charges, otherwise once the term is up it is up to the lease company if they sell it for more or less then and means you don't pay the remainder^ regardless of how much it's worth
m5rcc2 m ago

Aim to not pay more that 6-7ppm inc. VAT.



wow is that all? That's not too shabby, I thought it would be much higher.
Manny50

I believe you only pay the initial payment and the monthly payments, … I believe you only pay the initial payment and the monthly payments, unless you go over mileage then extra mileage charges, otherwise once the term is up it is up to the lease company if they sell it for more or less then and means you don't pay the remainder^ regardless of how much it's worth




Oh right, I didn't take it as that when my girlfriend got one from JCT600, as it's a finance option and they don't want to risk ever losing out on £££. Maybe it's different from each company?
liamwheldon7 m ago

Car currently costs £30,000You pay £4,560 in monthly paymentsInitial p …Car currently costs £30,000You pay £4,560 in monthly paymentsInitial payment (not deposit) £1,892Money left to buy the car from original £30k is £23,548 therefore the car needs to be that value or more after 2 years, else you'll have to pay the remainder.Some leases have a deposit instead of initial payment, which means you have a chance of getting that money back at the end if the car's value covers the remainder of the original value.Note: This is just how I've interpreted it, I could be wrong...*edit* So yes, as long as the car is worth enough (which they calculate so it should be) you just hand the car back or swap for another new one. Some also offer the option of paying the remainder to buy the car or staying on the current contract to keep driving it (not advised, as most will charge the same money as getting a brand new one...)


This is wrong. Your talking about PCP not Lease.
liamwheldon

Car currently costs £30,000You pay £4,560 in monthly paymentsInitial p … Car currently costs £30,000You pay £4,560 in monthly paymentsInitial payment (not deposit) £1,892Money left to buy the car from original £30k is £23,548 therefore the car needs to be that value or more after 2 years, else you'll have to pay the remainder.Some leases have a deposit instead of initial payment, which means you have a chance of getting that money back at the end if the car's value covers the remainder of the original value.Note: This is just how I've interpreted it, I could be wrong...*edit* So yes, as long as the car is worth enough (which they calculate so it should be) you just hand the car back or swap for another new one. Some also offer the option of paying the remainder to buy the car or staying on the current contract to keep driving it (not advised, as most will charge the same money as getting a brand new one...)



We currently have a lease for my wife's car, it's cheaper than PCP & Depreciation on buying. However the first payment ISN'T a deposit, it's a rental. You'll never get this back, which is an important consideration should you write it off after 3 weeks.

I have a company car & you can always ask to buy at the end of the lease, they just give you a price. It's rarely a good deal though. Price is based on current value of the car, nothing to do with list price.

Hope that helps
Edited by: "KentishLad" 20th Jun 2017
Kloppenhagen

wow is that all? That's not too shabby, I thought it would be much higher.



Yes, but bear in mind that some lease companies only allow you to go 10% over the allocated mileage.
good deal, daughter pays more than this for Ford Fiesta on a lease agreement.
Two hours thirty minutes in and no idiots have commented yet, nice surprise!
brooky

Two hours thirty minutes in and no idiots have commented yet, nice … Two hours thirty minutes in and no idiots have commented yet, nice surprise!



​oh nice one...I can hear them in the distance mashing there keyboard's as we speak!
brooky

Two hours thirty minutes in and no idiots have commented yet, nice … Two hours thirty minutes in and no idiots have commented yet, nice surprise!



Give it time...
Is this the exact same spec as the one posted (at over 1000 degree heat)?
roscoe2000

Is this the exact same spec as the one posted (at over 1000 degree heat)?



Yup
joesmum

good deal, daughter pays more than this for Ford Fiesta on a lease … good deal, daughter pays more than this for Ford Fiesta on a lease agreement.


It's actually over £260 per month, despite the misleading monthly figure quoted, so perhaps it isn't cheaper than her Fiesta?
Deals best posted for amortized amount (as suggested above) or price per mile if that floats your boat.

Loose rule of thumb on 2 year deal is to be under 25% of list RRP on total cost of the term, to be considered good.

This seems to fit that requirement. Hot from me
Edited by: "cactusbrandy" 20th Jun 2017
liamwheldon

Car currently costs £30,000You pay £4,560 in monthly paymentsInitial p … Car currently costs £30,000You pay £4,560 in monthly paymentsInitial payment (not deposit) £1,892Money left to buy the car from original £30k is £23,548 therefore the car needs to be that value or more after 2 years, else you'll have to pay the remainder.Some leases have a deposit instead of initial payment, which means you have a chance of getting that money back at the end if the car's value covers the remainder of the original value.Note: This is just how I've interpreted it, I could be wrong...*edit* So yes, as long as the car is worth enough (which they calculate so it should be) you just hand the car back or swap for another new one. Some also offer the option of paying the remainder to buy the car or staying on the current contract to keep driving it (not advised, as most will charge the same money as getting a brand new one...)



Sorry mate but that's a long post to make and be completely wrong. Do what I do and listen to what m5rcc has to say.
ezzer72

It's actually over £260 per month, despite the misleading monthly figure … It's actually over £260 per month, despite the misleading monthly figure quoted, so perhaps it isn't cheaper than her Fiesta?



How is it misleading? To anyone else it's very straight forward yet I have noticed in the last few lease deals you seem to have an issue with the industry standard way of laying out the terms of the offer.

You are amortising the total payment over the 24 months and dividing it by 24. Both ways work out exactly the same over the course of the agreement, but you still have a chunk to pay at the start so amortising doesn't tell the full story!
Kloppenhagen

wow is that all? That's not too shabby, I thought it would be much … wow is that all? That's not too shabby, I thought it would be much higher.



VW charges 6p+vat/mile so 7.2p, but you can call VWFS mid-way into the lease and increase your allowance and they will provide you with a new monthly payment plan (+£60 admin fee) but even with the admin fee included, it will work out much cheaper. I luckily got the Passat Alltrack deal with 5000miles/year but I needed 12000miles/year. I called VWFS and they gave me a new quote and now I'm paying about 4p/mile for the extra mileage. Way cheaper doing this than taking out a 12000mile/year plan from the outset.
Mada06

How is it misleading? To anyone else it's very straight forward yet I … How is it misleading? To anyone else it's very straight forward yet I have noticed in the last few lease deals you seem to have an issue with the industry standard way of laying out the terms of the offer.You are amortising the total payment over the 24 months and dividing it by 24. Both ways work out exactly the same over the course of the agreement, but you still have a chunk to pay at the start so amortising doesn't tell the full story!



Misleading in the sense that it would be nicer to realise what you are paying net per month. Same goes with a broadband of mobile deal. Given this is a consumer driven website, there would be no harm showing both the gross and net amounts, no?
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I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when … I know this is a stupid question but I'm asking anyway:What happens when the lease is up after 2 years? Is it mine? Do I give it back?



According to my supplying dealer (VW), after the PCH lease end, they aren't allowed to offer the car to you to buy due to some tax reasons but they can sell it to your spouse. I doubt the offer price will be brilliant but I'd imagine it would be between trade and retail price. I'm going to call VWFS towards the en of my lease and ask for an extension and I believe they will extend for 2-3 mth
shininghero

VW charges 6p+vat/mile so 7.2p, but you can call VWFS mid-way into the … VW charges 6p+vat/mile so 7.2p, but you can call VWFS mid-way into the lease and increase your allowance and they will provide you with a new monthly payment plan (+£60 admin fee) but even with the admin fee included, it will work out much cheaper. I luckily got the Passat Alltrack deal with 5000miles/year but I needed 12000miles/year. I called VWFS and they gave me a new quote and now I'm paying about 4p/mile for the extra mileage. Way cheaper doing this than taking out a 12000mile/year plan from the outset.



VWFS are one of the few that don't limit excess mileage though. Most as you probably already know limit it to a maximum of 10% on top of the total allowance to prevent opportunists like yourself!
andypolack

You get to keep it AND they give you a new one.



​and you get a bunch of flowers or fives as well as a kick up the a..e
Edited by: "royals" 20th Jun 2017
m5rcc

Misleading in the sense that it would be nicer to realise what you are … Misleading in the sense that it would be nicer to realise what you are paying net per month. Same goes with a broadband of mobile deal. Given this is a consumer driven website, there would be no harm showing both the gross and net amounts, no?



No I don't it's necessary. Breaking down the deposit + monthly payment * x + admin fee is perfectly understandable.
Mada06

No I don't it's necessary. Breaking down the deposit + monthly payment * … No I don't it's necessary. Breaking down the deposit + monthly payment * x + admin fee is perfectly understandable.



Of course it's understandable, but in this very thread, someone assumed that this car was cheaper that a Fiesta, which is unlikely.

Ironically, the total price of this deal is incorrect on this thread. Should be £6,269.60 as the total.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 20th Jun 2017
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m5rcc

Of course it's understandable, but in this very thread, someone assumed … Of course it's understandable, but in this very thread, someone assumed that this car was cheaper that a Fiesta, which is unlikely.Ironically, the total price of this deal is incorrect on this thread. Should be £6,239.60 as the total.



as a wise joiner said measure TWICE and cut once my friend.,check your sums​
Has anyone got the basic spec for this S Line model as I can't find this on the site? Also, is the virtual cockpit an add-on?
john1972

as a wise joiner said measure TWICE and cut once my friend.,check your … as a wise joiner said measure TWICE and cut once my friend.,check your sums



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((9+23) x £190.30) + £180 = £6,269.60 or £261.23/net/month.
cm04

Has anyone got the basic spec for this S Line model as I can't find this … Has anyone got the basic spec for this S Line model as I can't find this on the site? Also, is the virtual cockpit an add-on?



Try this?
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​so why would you post its £6239.60?
john1972

so why would you post its £6239.60?



£6,269.60, you mean?
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