Audi A4 Saloon S-Line 1.4TFSI Lease - 24 Months - 8K miles £627 deposit then £209pm @ 1st Choice Vehicle Solutions
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Audi A4 Saloon S-Line 1.4TFSI Lease - 24 Months - 8K miles £627 deposit then £209pm @ 1st Choice Vehicle Solutions

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Found 21st Nov
Great price on a brand new Audi A4 S-Line Lease. Top spec model with a decent 150hp engine. 8k miles per year.

Initial Rental: 626.82
23 Payments: 208.94
Admin Fee: 299.99

Total: 5732.43 over 2 years.

Not bad for a car that retails at £29,615.

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admpgk9 m ago

Not voting either way cause as I understand it AUDI came 3rd last in the …Not voting either way cause as I understand it AUDI came 3rd last in the JD Power Vehicle Dependability Study in 2016 and have since slipped even further down the table to be 2nd last in the JD Power Vehicle Dependability Study for 2017. Maybe this won't be of great concern to some because it's a lease rather than an outright purchase, but as I need my car to be reliable it certainly makes me wary of going for this marque.


Keep the car for 2 years, 3 year warranty provided. Least of my concerns pal.
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For a 3 + 23 that is really good for an Audi A4. Would be nice to know cost of additional miles over the 8000.

That actually seems quite cheap. Only thing that is putting me off personally is the 1.4 litre. But 150 bhp isnt bad.

There's also different deals with the same car on their website as well

1stchoicevehicleleasing.co.uk/per…oon

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shubyz2 m ago

That actually seems quite cheap. Only thing that is putting me off …That actually seems quite cheap. Only thing that is putting me off personally is the 1.4 litre. But 150 bhp isnt bad.There's also different deals with the same car on their website as well http://www.1stchoicevehicleleasing.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/audi/a4-saloon




I've currently got an A4 with the 1.4 engine and it isn't bad at all. 150hp, so it's nippy when it needs to be without being really fast. Easily get over 40mpg. I got 54mpg driving to France over the summer.

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M_z4 m ago

For a 3 + 23 that is really good for an Audi A4. Would be nice to know …For a 3 + 23 that is really good for an Audi A4. Would be nice to know cost of additional miles over the 8000.


7.2p is pretty standard, but the website doesn't say unfortunately.

Looking for this exact deal (or 1+35) for April 2018 - Hope this kind of price will be there when I need to order.

Any idea the lead-time for this kind of car assuming I don't personalise it?

Also would adding the hill-assist (£75 I seem to remember) add to the lead-time, it appears at that price to be a software fix?

thelatics55 s ago

Looking for this exact deal (or 1+35) for April 2018 - Hope this kind of …Looking for this exact deal (or 1+35) for April 2018 - Hope this kind of price will be there when I need to order.Any idea the lead-time for this kind of car assuming I don't personalise it?Also would adding the hill-assist (£75 I seem to remember) add to the lead-time, it appears at that price to be a software fix?



I'm also looking for April 2018 so I've just asked regarding lead time/delaying delivery

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When I ordered my A4 last year it was a January order and a May delivery. Probably about the right time now to order I'd say.

Just wondering does anyone has experience on returning the car, how would the car dealer charge about the scratches & dents? Do they charge a a lot for just minor scratch/dent?

terencetcf6 m ago

Just wondering does anyone has experience on returning the car, how would …Just wondering does anyone has experience on returning the car, how would the car dealer charge about the scratches & dents? Do they charge a a lot for just minor scratch/dent?


I've returned lease cars. There is an industry standard definition of what constitutes fair wear and tear. its very exact about numbers and depth of scratches, dents etc. All you need to do is read this a month prior to returning, inspect the car yourself, and if it has anything that is outside of allowable - say a supermarket trolley dent - then just get it fixed as it is your responsibility to do so.

Great deal.
I ordered a lease for this model a month ago and lead time is March, so could be April for this as I know there is a huge background of orders for hue A4

I ordered mine last week not an S-Line but they said Feb/March for Delivery not through this company either. Regarding wear and tear even if the damage isn't covered under it. The charges for what doesn't fall into that category are really reasonable some times it's not even worth getting it repaired privately.

Does anyone have any pictures of how this will actually look? The insides etc?

brendanb5815 m ago

Does anyone have any pictures of how this will actually look? The insides …Does anyone have any pictures of how this will actually look? The insides etc?


You might find something here - audi.co.uk ?

Deposit in title says £627, but there's also an admin fee? Is the admin fee included in the £627? If not, I think the title of the deal should be changed, a bit misleading, either way I'm just about to order this.

Not voting either way cause as I understand it AUDI came 3rd last in the JD Power Vehicle Dependability Study in 2016 and have since slipped even further down the table to be 2nd last in the JD Power Vehicle Dependability Study for 2017.
Maybe this won't be of great concern to some because it's a lease rather than an outright purchase, but as I need my car to be reliable it certainly makes me wary of going for this marque.

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admpgk7 m ago

Not voting either way cause as I understand it AUDI came 3rd last in the …Not voting either way cause as I understand it AUDI came 3rd last in the JD Power Vehicle Dependability Study in 2016 and have since slipped even further down the table to be 2nd last in the JD Power Vehicle Dependability Study for 2017. Maybe this won't be of great concern to some because it's a lease rather than an outright purchase, but as I need my car to be reliable it certainly makes me wary of going for this marque.


Not an issue when it's a lease. Free roadside recovery and all under warranty.

My A4 had an engine fault last year after 5000 miles. The garage had it in for a week fixing it whilst I drove a brand spanking new A3 around.

admpgk9 m ago

Not voting either way cause as I understand it AUDI came 3rd last in the …Not voting either way cause as I understand it AUDI came 3rd last in the JD Power Vehicle Dependability Study in 2016 and have since slipped even further down the table to be 2nd last in the JD Power Vehicle Dependability Study for 2017. Maybe this won't be of great concern to some because it's a lease rather than an outright purchase, but as I need my car to be reliable it certainly makes me wary of going for this marque.


Keep the car for 2 years, 3 year warranty provided. Least of my concerns pal.

That's a cheap car , my local Audi dealer were double the price .
Sline has Sat Nav , Heated Seats , Leather / Alcantar interior and LED headlight standard , cracking deal

Audi A4 1.4 TFSI Sline Offer £166.99

Personally dislike Audis or any VW Group mainstream cars but can't deny that this is a very good deal. Good find. Heat.

M_z4 h, 20 m ago

I've returned lease cars. There is an industry standard definition of what …I've returned lease cars. There is an industry standard definition of what constitutes fair wear and tear. its very exact about numbers and depth of scratches, dents etc. All you need to do is read this a month prior to returning, inspect the car yourself, and if it has anything that is outside of allowable - say a supermarket trolley dent - then just get it fixed as it is your responsibility to do so.



So the contract does specify the allowance of number and depth scratch/dents?

How much does it cost roughly to fix say a supermarket trolley dent? Do you have to go back to the authorized dealer to fix it?

I scuffed all four of my alloy wheels on my A3. When I handed it back they did the inspection and charged me £120 to get all four wheels refurbished. Would have probably cost me that much jusy to get one alloy refurbished privately so I took the £120 hit and saves me a trip to get them repaired.

terencetcf16 m ago

So the contract does specify the allowance of number and depth …So the contract does specify the allowance of number and depth scratch/dents?How much does it cost roughly to fix say a supermarket trolley dent? Do you have to go back to the authorized dealer to fix it?


There is a trade standard for fair wear and tear, and the contract will state that they abide by this. The car just needs to pass the inspection, so no need for a main dealer to fix dents etc - obviously their prices would be extortionate. Companies like Dentmaster charge around £40, depending on how serious it is.

M_z13 m ago

There is a trade standard for fair wear and tear, and the contract will …There is a trade standard for fair wear and tear, and the contract will state that they abide by this. The car just needs to pass the inspection, so no need for a main dealer to fix dents etc - obviously their prices would be extortionate. Companies like Dentmaster charge around £40, depending on how serious it is.


Fair wear and tear would not cover trolley dents or deep scratches/dents. So you should always try to fix them yourself before handing it back. Ya, bring to local to get it fixed would be the best bet. The yearly service will need to be done by the main dealer though.

Its called a ' fair wear and tear policy ' , i had an A3 before and it had a couple of scuffed wheels and carpark dent , they didn't charge me because they said its what they expect a 2 year car to come back with .

I think you only get the larger fines if you abuse the car so if your going to treat a new car with no respect then you deserve to pay

Iv just been looking at the company website and all the prices are good , this VW Golf is in stock and cheap ,, probably non metallic but who cares for that money .

VW Golf 1.6 TDI SE32497207-7wYhN.jpg

M_z5 h, 18 m ago

For a 3 + 23 that is really good for an Audi A4. Would be nice to know …For a 3 + 23 that is really good for an Audi A4. Would be nice to know cost of additional miles over the 8000.



I called them and said its 6.98p + VAT , so for 1000 miles thats only £83.76p !

M_z23 m ago

There is a trade standard for fair wear and tear, and the contract will …There is a trade standard for fair wear and tear, and the contract will state that they abide by this. The car just needs to pass the inspection, so no need for a main dealer to fix dents etc - obviously their prices would be extortionate. Companies like Dentmaster charge around £40, depending on how serious it is.


Thanks all! I was worrying they would charge like 1-2k for just normal scratches or dents that you got from car park etc.

lolmann118 m ago

Its called a ' fair wear and tear policy ' , i had an A3 before and it had …Its called a ' fair wear and tear policy ' , i had an A3 before and it had a couple of scuffed wheels and carpark dent , they didn't charge me because they said its what they expect a 2 year car to come back with .I think you only get the larger fines if you abuse the car so if your going to treat a new car with no respect then you deserve to pay Iv just been looking at the company website and all the prices are good , this VW Golf is in stock and cheap ,, probably non metallic but who cares for that money .VW Golf 1.6 TDI SE[Image]


Although that Golf is 9 months up front, so over the 2 years, is only very slightly cheaper than the A4. Insurance would probably be a bit less too though.

For sure , Audi all day long for me :-)

My brother has that same Golf and paying £100 a month more so wont show him this deal haha

terencetcf48 m ago

Thanks all! I was worrying they would charge like 1-2k for just normal …Thanks all! I was worrying they would charge like 1-2k for just normal scratches or dents that you got from car park etc.



they are all governed by BVRLA so gone of the days to overbill ;-) its only the rental company's like Europcar that do the charging business , there was big story on Watchdog a few months back

lolmann11 h, 55 m ago

Its called a ' fair wear and tear policy ' , i had an A3 before and it had …Its called a ' fair wear and tear policy ' , i had an A3 before and it had a couple of scuffed wheels and carpark dent , they didn't charge me because they said its what they expect a 2 year car to come back with .I think you only get the larger fines if you abuse the car so if your going to treat a new car with no respect then you deserve to pay Iv just been looking at the company website and all the prices are good , this VW Golf is in stock and cheap ,, probably non metallic but who cares for that money .VW Golf 1.6 TDI SE[Image]


what does 9+23 means? can you explain with an example?

M_z7 h, 31 m ago

For a 3 + 23 that is really good for an Audi A4. Would be nice to know …For a 3 + 23 that is really good for an Audi A4. Would be nice to know cost of additional miles over the 8000.



what is 3?

emma_louise952 m ago

what is 3?



3 months pay upfront
So in this case it's £209 p/m on a 3+23 so the deposit would be £627
Edited by: "bruffell06" 21st Nov

emma_louise952 m ago

what is 3?



3 times the monthly payment as the first month rental, followed by 23 monthly payments for the remaining term.

total cost is always the same as leasing doesn't have interest attached to it like an old finance deal , but the more you put down as an initial payment the less your monthly will be , I always do a 6+ best of both worlds :-)

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lolmann18 m ago

total cost is always the same as leasing doesn't have interest attached to …total cost is always the same as leasing doesn't have interest attached to it like an old finance deal , but the more you put down as an initial payment the less your monthly will be , I always do a 6+ best of both worlds :-)


Almost always. 9+23 deals are sometimes fractionally cheaper overall than 3+23 but it's usually too small to be significant (like £50 or something).

bruffell062 h, 25 m ago

3 months pay upfrontSo in this case it's £209 p/m on a 3+23 so the deposit …3 months pay upfrontSo in this case it's £209 p/m on a 3+23 so the deposit would be £627



so i will be paying 626.82 for 3 months and then 208.94 every month for 23 months?

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emma_louise958 m ago

so i will be paying 626.82 for 3 months and then 208.94 every month for 23 …so i will be paying 626.82 for 3 months and then 208.94 every month for 23 months?


No.

£209 every month for 23 months.

First payment though is higher: 3 x 209 = £627.

Other payment plans such as 9+23 mean a higher initial payment followed by lower monthly payments but roughly the same cost overall.
Edited by: "kristmace" 21st Nov

kristmace27 m ago

No.£209 every month for 23 months.First payment though is higher: 3 x 209 …No.£209 every month for 23 months.First payment though is higher: 3 x 209 = £627.Other payment plans such as 9+23 mean a higher initial payment followed by lower monthly payments but roughly the same cost overall.



I see...9 is too much. Do I have to pay £627 as advance money? or can I pay £209 for first 3 months followed by monthly payments £209 for 23 months?

emma_louise9527 m ago

I see...9 is too much. Do I have to pay £627 as advance money? or can I …I see...9 is too much. Do I have to pay £627 as advance money? or can I pay £209 for first 3 months followed by monthly payments £209 for 23 months?


It's a 2 year (i.e 24 month) agreement. The more you pay in the first month, the less you will pay in each of the remaining 23 months.

What you have described would add up to 26 months so it's a non-starter.
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