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Audi A4 Saloon 35 TDI Black Edition 4dr S Tronic - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1620 initial + £270pm + £150 admin = £7980 @ Leasing Options
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Audi A4 Saloon 35 TDI Black Edition 4dr S Tronic - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1620 initial + £270pm + £150 admin = £7980 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 5th Nov

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Price dropped further to a total of £7979.71 over 2 years - 20.2% of 39.5k list price
Good price for this Audi A4 Diesel Saloon 35 TDI Black Edition 4dr S Tronic - works out at 20.2% of £39.5k list price based on a 2 year lease with 8k miles. £269.99 per month (6+23 profile), plus £1,619.94 initial payment and £150 admin fee so a total of £7979.71 - £334.49 net per month. Factory order with expected delivery in Jan/Feb. Leasing for this car seems a good option, given the 2 year estimated residual value is around £18.5k.

Specs for the Audi A4 Saloon 35 TDI Black Edition 4dr S Tronic include virtual cockpit, privacy glass, rain and light sensors, Electronic Stabilisation Control (ESC), smartphone interface, Audi parking system plus with front and rear sensors, Rear view camera, Automatic start-stop system with coasting functionality and efficiency programme. Also includes electrically folding auto dimming/adjustable/heated door mirrors, MMI Navigation plus with MMI touch, LED headlights with LED rear lights, 19 inch 5 arm rotor design alloy wheels, solid paint and Alcantara/leather interior.



Audi A4 Saloon 35 TDI Black Edition 4dr S Tronic

  • 6 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £1619.94 initial payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £269.99
  • £150 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £7,979.71 or £334.49 net per month
  • Add maintenance for an extra £17 per month
  • Diesel
  • Gearbox Semi Auto
  • Gears 7 speed
  • 68.9 MPG combined
  • 0-60 8.2 seconds
  • Road tax included
  • Factory order

List price: £39,475


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Obviously not left hand drive but gives an idea

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VSOP.returns05/11/2019 21:07

Inb4 all the lease haters who would rather spend the money on an Astra. …Inb4 all the lease haters who would rather spend the money on an Astra. Not a great deal, seen the A6 available for similar money.


Please share a deal for the A6 for this sort of price. My brother just got the A6 with heavy loyalty discount and its nowhere near this price for the A6. So if you csn share a link, I'd more than appreciate it. So I can save some money and rub it in his face 😝
Inb4 all the lease haters who would rather spend the money on an Astra. Not a great deal, seen the A6 available for similar money.
Edited by: "VSOP.returns" 5th Nov
Reasonable deal.

Unless you live in Bristol.
EzDeal1805/11/2019 22:38

what is 35 tdi



All Audi’s have been rebadged as follows

25 means 107bhp or below
30 “ 109-129bhp
35 “ 148-161bhp
40 “ 168-201bhp
45 “ 227-248bhp
50 “ 282-308bhp
55 “ 329-369bhp
Applies to both petrol and diesels
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Trane06/11/2019 00:23

It doesn't seem to be live currently, unfortunately. Bear in mind I …It doesn't seem to be live currently, unfortunately. Bear in mind I ordered around May time for my September delivery. It was the first I'd heard of such a scheme when I first came across it - but it was around a 15% discount of that particular block of lease deals, so pretty significant. Might be worth emailing Contract Cars to ask if they know of anything similar upcoming. The deal I got is summarised below:[Image]


Thanks for this, will definitely contact them. 4 years with Audi finance now so you never know, might be something in it for me. Thanks again
Remember, a car is for two Christmases, not just for life
boostii05/11/2019 22:14

When you lease a car, ultimately a main dealership orders and delivers the …When you lease a car, ultimately a main dealership orders and delivers the car to you. When you are done with it, British Car Auctions take it away and stick it straight into one of their auctions. This is where all the webuyanycar.com purchases end up too.The lease cars are probably well looked after on the whole, as most leasees are *worrying* themselves that they will be charged extra for damage at the end of the lease Hopefully "worrying themselves" will not be deleted unlike my original comment


I'd be cr**ping myself, TBH.............doh!
Doods187505/11/2019 21:28

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Apparently these faults can all be fixed by changing the nut that holds the steering wheel.
Soooo, do I get to keep it at the end of the 2 years? 🙈
DeafCassette05/11/2019 21:50

What happens to all these lease cars at the end of their lease? Are there …What happens to all these lease cars at the end of their lease? Are there specific auction houses which sell them on? If so - are lease cars worth buying second hand - have they been treated worse / better than regular second hand cars? What is the wind-speed velocity of a fully laden swallow?Genuine questions, so be nice. Thank you kindly.


I guess it would depend on wether the sparrow was African or European. ....
swarnford06/11/2019 07:13

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Really? Compared to what? 8k more than enough for me and many others.
I seen a deal the other day for an Audi A4 Avant 40 tfsi 190 black edition s-tron with pearl paint (9+23) 10k £282 inc.

i will try to find it and post it.
seemed decent!i prefer Avants....proper cars!!!
For those who have leased: when you give the car back, do the lease companies often charge for wear and tear? If yes, how much?
Edited by: "Poopants1" 6th Nov
I'm coming to the end of my 24 month A4 1.4 tfsi S- line 2 deal.
It cost £5565 plus a service.
It's a very nice car but not worth this cost surely?
Poopants106/11/2019 20:09

For those who have leased: when you give the car back, do the lease …For those who have leased: when you give the car back, do the lease companies often charge for wear and tear? If yes, how much?


Lease companies that sign up to BVRLA guidelines won't charge for normal wear and tear, but they may well charge for loss / damage / failure to correctly maintain. It can be cheaper though to pay the charges than repair the damage yourself before handing back.
Poopants106/11/2019 20:09

For those who have leased: when you give the car back, do the lease …For those who have leased: when you give the car back, do the lease companies often charge for wear and tear? If yes, how much?


Take a look at this to get an idea. As Guzzle said it's quite often cheaper to accept the charge than get the issues fixed (for example a scraped alloy...you've got an 'allowance' of 5cm of damage before they charge you, and even then it's only £36 to fix). If you lose a key, £132 is quite a bit cheaper than dealer price etc.

Plus not having to go through the hassle of getting things sorted is nice.
DeafCassette05/11/2019 21:50

What happens to all these lease cars at the end of their lease? Are there …What happens to all these lease cars at the end of their lease? Are there specific auction houses which sell them on? If so - are lease cars worth buying second hand - have they been treated worse / better than regular second hand cars? What is the wind-speed velocity of a fully laden swallow?Genuine questions, so be nice. Thank you kindly.


The cars are usually taken back and serviced then sold as approved used.
Poopants106/11/2019 20:09

For those who have leased: when you give the car back, do the lease …For those who have leased: when you give the car back, do the lease companies often charge for wear and tear? If yes, how much?


You get away with normal wear and tear , minor scuffs on wheels , minor thin scratches , paint chips , small dents that are not on a sharp crease line on like a door etc
You will get charged for badly kerbed wheels , scratches that are like 2mm wide and have exposed the primer , I got charged £20 for a scratch that was on the rear wheel arch area on the inside of the car (wheel arch area you see when you open the rear door)
it was about 10mm long and you would be hard pushed to notice it but the inspector did lol
was probably caused by someone accidentally banging there handbag buckle against it or something
This was £6840 all in last week on select car leasing for the same model and spec as I did an enquiry for my brother. I didn't post on here as I know generally what happens with lease deals.

Have added a screen shot in case people think I'm making it up.

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Edited by: "satty83" 8th Nov
satty8308/11/2019 14:32

This was £6840 all in last week on select car leasing for the same model …This was £6840 all in last week on select car leasing for the same model and spec as I did an enquiry for my brother. I didn't post on here as I know generally what happens with lease deals.Have added a screen shot in case people think I'm making it up. [Image]




maybe a listing error as is £8.4k currently on select car leasing
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Is this any good?
Anayeth_Ahmed08/11/2019 15:50

[Image] Is this any good?




difficult to make out the numbers,do you have a link for the deal
mkara05/11/2019 21:27

Please share a deal for the A6 for this sort of price. My brother just got …Please share a deal for the A6 for this sort of price. My brother just got the A6 with heavy loyalty discount and its nowhere near this price for the A6. So if you csn share a link, I'd more than appreciate it. So I can save some money and rub it in his face 😝


keep your eyes peeled.....might be a deal coming!!!!!
satty8308/11/2019 14:32

This was £6840 all in last week on select car leasing for the same model …This was £6840 all in last week on select car leasing for the same model and spec as I did an enquiry for my brother. I didn't post on here as I know generally what happens with lease deals.Have added a screen shot in case people think I'm making it up. [Image]


means nothing from select. Known to prop you and then start changing price and or lead time.
Sorry. Voted cold. Avoid diesel.
SlimaB08/11/2019 17:49

Sorry. Voted cold. Avoid diesel.


Why? It's got better fuel economy compared to petrol.
satty8308/11/2019 18:17

Why? It's got better fuel economy compared to petrol.


Do you work for Volkswagon by any chance?
Currently got an A4 2.0 tfsi (now the 40) black edition with digital dials for about £50 less a month. Wouldn't consider this that cheap
38936350-fsVQg.jpg4 mega car deals just seen on twitter.
these are not gonna last long.
one of these a6's are around £7,000 total payable ....that's like 17%
mental!!!!
Edited by: "ryan.griffiths4uh" 8th Nov
Chanchi3208/11/2019 15:56

difficult to make out the numbers,do you have a link for the deal

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ryan.griffiths4uh08/11/2019 18:24

[Image] 4 mega car deals just seen on twitter.these are not gonna last …[Image] 4 mega car deals just seen on twitter.these are not gonna last long.one of these a6's are around £7,000 total payable ....that's like 17% mental!!!!


actually around 8,400....chuffin vat!!!
I know we don't have a time machine but.....

My last lease was an A4 saloon S-line s-tronic Quattro, 2.0 TDI 190 Ultra with winter pack and 12k miles on 24 months.....I was paying 239 a month with similar deposit.

This is a good deal but.....
You can buy a car for that clutch!
The only thing that I can afford with my pathetic salary and 15K mile per year is Dacia. Nothing wrong with the car..... just saying that if you make more than 15k per year the rental will be so high
ryan.griffiths4uh08/11/2019 18:24

[Image] 4 mega car deals just seen on twitter.these are not gonna last …[Image] 4 mega car deals just seen on twitter.these are not gonna last long.one of these a6's are around £7,000 total payable ....that's like 17% mental!!!!


Is this with the same company as the original post?
stone3t08/11/2019 19:51

What’s about Bristol?

Few days ago local council decided to ban private diesel vehicles in city centre from 2021 onwards (I think that's the year).
Edited by: "SAKGRE" 8th Nov
8k spaffed up the wall and no equity to show for it. Rather you than me.
I have just requested a A4 Avant 35 black edition £205 £1230 down from affinity leasing... They also have the 40tfsi for £235 month all 24 month deals 5k per anum
Why are they still making Diesel cars?!
Trishul00705/11/2019 21:48

These lease deal stop tempting me love them my current lease gets over …These lease deal stop tempting me love them my current lease gets over March 2020 and just signed up to the BMW M4 deal on here for my next one love them heat from me.


Which M4 deal?
Zegna08/11/2019 21:59

8k spaffed up the wall and no equity to show for it. Rather you than me.


Can you tell me a cheaper way to own this car for 2 or 3 years from new?
8k a year. I wish I did that!
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