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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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SAKGRE08/11/2019 19:54

Few days ago local council decided to ban private diesel vehicles in city …Few days ago local council decided to ban private diesel vehicles in city centre from 2021 onwards (I think that's the year).


From BBC link posted in this deal comment area:


Which vehicles will it affect?
Diesel powered lorries, vans, buses and taxis which pay to enter the wider clean air zone will also be allowed in the central zone.
Taxis and vans will pay a daily charge of £9 and buses and HGVs £100.
Private diesel cars will not be charged to enter the wider clean air zone.
SuperHardCousin05/11/2019 23:18

What do you think of it? Been looking at this one.


I was a passenger in one earlier this week. The dashboard was a work of art. Massive inside too, in case you have tall passengers - I'm 6'2" and the guy sat behind me was 6ft. Neither of us were struggling for leg room.
83dwaldo05/11/2019 22:43

Based on 18.5k value after 2 years, this seems a decent lease deal. Cost …Based on 18.5k value after 2 years, this seems a decent lease deal. Cost less than buying and trying to sell onDrive the deal best price being £30.5k so leasing makes sense if you like the car...A4 not for me tbh but will appeal to some in the market for this kind of thing... Looking for a decent Jag I-pace deal if people are looking... Especially with next years benefit in kind rates for electric... Think there is going to be a shift back to company cars again in the next few years, albeit electric ones. [Image]


There was a HSE ipace deal I posted on piston heads a month or so ago which might return. Was for the top end HSE model, can't remember exact monthlies but on 10k allowance worked out at 21% of p11d. I reckon it will appear again next year when the market is flooded with new vehicles.

Only reason I didn't go for it is I'm bang at my 20% tax bracket and stock had to be taken there and then, which would have nudged me in to 40% and meant I'd start losing out on child benefit.

As you say, it's a no brainer if you have a vat registered business.
jaydeeuk109/11/2019 08:26

There was a HSE ipace deal I posted on piston heads a month or so ago …There was a HSE ipace deal I posted on piston heads a month or so ago which might return. Was for the top end HSE model, can't remember exact monthlies but on 10k allowance worked out at 21% of p11d. I reckon it will appear again next year when the market is flooded with new vehicles.Only reason I didn't go for it is I'm bang at my 20% tax bracket and stock had to be taken there and then, which would have nudged me in to 40% and meant I'd start losing out on child benefit.As you say, it's a no brainer if you have a vat registered business.


20/21 changes to 2% BIK.. Bargain for that in my opinion. New porsche taycan on its way at the end of the year too... List price and lease will be more but.... 😳😁
Zegna08/11/2019 21:59

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


Boris, is that you?
83dwaldo09/11/2019 08:49

20/21 changes to 2% BIK.. Bargain for that in my opinion. New porsche …20/21 changes to 2% BIK.. Bargain for that in my opinion. New porsche taycan on its way at the end of the year too... List price and lease will be more but.... 😳😁


2% nothing, and can split this with my wife.

I wouldn't make any purchase like that until the general election, labour could scrap the 0% rate if they get in and bump up tax rates for all those 'high earners' still in the 20% band, which given how every party is teaming up against BJ is making it quite likely.
jaydeeuk109/11/2019 10:17

2% nothing, and can split this with my wife.I wouldn't make any purchase …2% nothing, and can split this with my wife.I wouldn't make any purchase like that until the general election, labour could scrap the 0% rate if they get in and bump up tax rates for all those 'high earners' still in the 20% band, which given how every party is teaming up against BJ is making it quite likely.


20/21 is fine and I think highly unlikely to change dramatically, pushin everyone that way from diesel anyway.

Worst case, it'll cost me £300 diesel savings a month for 9 months (2year lease) if they change it significantly in 2021/22. At which point the payments for me treated as drawings and remove the BIK.

With the fuel saving on a GLE350 I'd still be better off...

Won't work for everyone I understand but more than acceptable for me.
LGEARING06/11/2019 20:12

I'm coming to the end of my 24 month A4 1.4 tfsi S- line 2 deal.It cost …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?


I'm on the same deal (which I posted here!).
I'd love another A4 for a similar price but there's nothing close to that value at the moment. I think £3k per year is my limit, any more than that and I think it's going to be better value buying used.
Diesal, YUK
Zegna08/11/2019 21:59

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


I guess if your car is that old and crappy that it doesnt depreciate, i can then understand that statement, however if you're otherwise buying a new or relatively new similar sized car, then expect similar or greater levels of depreciation.
Edited by: "pgilc1" 9th Nov
scaryrobert05/11/2019 22:46

All Audi’s have been rebadged as follows25 means 107bhp or below30 “ 109 …All Audi’s have been rebadged as follows25 means 107bhp or below30 “ 109-129bhp35 “ 148-161bhp40 “ 168-201bhp45 “ 227-248bhp50 “ 282-308bhp55 “ 329-369bhpApplies to both petrol and diesels


Stupidly in my opinion
I’ve never leased and always had a company car. Looking to try the electric golf maybe.....do lease co’s accept any haggling and what kind of leeway is there typically?
Pretty good deal for an A4 to be honest.
Interior is nice albeit looks a bit bland.

I find the ride too harsh on the bigger wheels but others may find it acceptable
Audi's have a very poor reputation for reliability, so leasing a new one gives peace of mind, compared to getting one a few years old.
Not many private buyers would pay the ridiculous price of a new one.

The engine designations are confusing.
35 sounds impressive but the performance is in reality very ordinary.

As I always say with lease deals....
If you ain't got the money to genuinely own cars like this then don't get yourself in debt by taking out loans.

It's still £7k of real money down the pan after a couple of years.
I’ve had Audi’s for over 10 years. And I won’t get another one after the “pre sense” nearly killed my family.
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.


Going by my personal experience with VW( will be the same for Audi) the cars are collected by British Car Auctions. The cars are examined and if there are anything that’s chargeable this will get noted then billed after a month. The cars then get auctioned off and most end up in the dealership. What u will notice is there will be a wave of the same car and models flooding the market every now and then due to leases getting handed back. You will also have the chance to buy the car from the lease company at the end of the term. The price will be reflected by the condition and the price similar cars are getting at the auction. Generally the cars are in good condition and will be serviced religiously as that is the terms of the contract. As all damage is chargeable they will be looked mostly looked after. Buying one would be the same as buying any other car. Common sense applied and you will be rewarded with a good buy. The velocity of a swallow is between 50-65kph. A fully laden one would be approx 40kph.
JohnSmith2109/11/2019 15:25

I’ve had Audi’s for over 10 years. And I won’t get another one after the “p …I’ve had Audi’s for over 10 years. And I won’t get another one after the “pre sense” nearly killed my family.


Please explain...

Fyi most new cars have the same thing. The one in my Volvo is more edgy than the a4 I had.

That said the a4 shocked me the most once. Proper hard braking when it thought a pedestrian on the pavement was on the road.
trickytree198409/11/2019 17:34

Please explain...Fyi most new cars have the same thing. The one in my …Please explain...Fyi most new cars have the same thing. The one in my Volvo is more edgy than the a4 I had. That said the a4 shocked me the most once. Proper hard braking when it thought a pedestrian on the pavement was on the road.


Was driving with my family in the car (Q5), in the wet, in a high speed road, on a corner when the car slammed the brakes on sliding us towards a lorry coming the other way, and causing the car behind us to swerve off the road.

There was nothing in front of us.

Audi basically said tough luck.

Audi will never get another penny from me!
JohnSmith2109/11/2019 17:36

Was driving with my family in the car (Q5), in the wet, in a high speed …Was driving with my family in the car (Q5), in the wet, in a high speed road, on a corner when the car slammed the brakes on sliding us towards a lorry coming the other way, and causing the car behind us to swerve off the road.There was nothing in front of us. Audi basically said tough luck. Audi will never get another penny from me!


Mad it got you into a slide. I'd have thought traction control would correct that. I couldn't slide my a4 in the snow if I tried (and I did try)

Sounds scary.
trickytree198409/11/2019 17:38

Mad it got you into a slide. I'd have thought traction control would …Mad it got you into a slide. I'd have thought traction control would correct that. I couldn't slide my a4 in the snow if I tried (and I did try)Sounds scary.


Traction control can’t beat physics unfortunately or a lot of people wouldn’t be dead right now. Slamming the brakes on a high speed on a corner is only going result in a couple of things. One of them being pushed out wide.
RS4 avante is better. The estate is good too
kristmace09/11/2019 11:14

I'm on the same deal (which I posted here!).I'd love another A4 for a …I'm on the same deal (which I posted here!).I'd love another A4 for a similar price but there's nothing close to that value at the moment. I think £3k per year is my limit, any more than that and I think it's going to be better value buying used.


I'm in the same boat as you. My A4 is going back coming March. Really looking something for same price 3 to 3.5k a year max.
Rathore10/11/2019 17:20

I'm in the same boat as you. My A4 is going back coming March. Really …I'm in the same boat as you. My A4 is going back coming March. Really looking something for same price 3 to 3.5k a year max.


It's a struggle at the moment. I've got until May and I've got no good options at the moment. Skoda Octavia and Seat Leon have been cheapish but fairly basic models with a small petrol engine for £3k a year isn't getting me excited.
stingyguji08/11/2019 19:35

Is this with the same company as the original post?


No Sorry, for the lack of clarity...this is from a different company @chester_car on twitter i've made an enquiry and the s-line has already gone!!

Typical, the sports and the Avants will most likely be gone today!

i knew they wouldn't hang about.

seriously good deal.


stingyguji08/11/2019 19:35

Is this with the same company as the original post?

boostii05/11/2019 22:19

Hope it wasnt the same 420i Gran Coupe deal that I went for if you are …Hope it wasnt the same 420i Gran Coupe deal that I went for if you are expecting an M4


If like to get that deal on 420i but looks to have gone now
I have just ordered the A4 Avant 35 tfsi auto in quantum grey... £206 month. 6 months initial and admin works out about £1450 for 5 k miles 24 months from affinity leasing only certain people can get it through work
Darkie12312/11/2019 14:30

I have just ordered the A4 Avant 35 tfsi auto in quantum grey... £206 …I have just ordered the A4 Avant 35 tfsi auto in quantum grey... £206 month. 6 months initial and admin works out about £1450 for 5 k miles 24 months from affinity leasing only certain people can get it through work


Hi mate, I have been told once your a customer of affinity you can refer someone else to sign up.
I'll happily be your friend if thats the case lol
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