Audi A5 Convertible Lease, S Line 2.0 TFSI, £7984 total cost, £299.49/mth @ carleasespecialoffers.co.uk
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Audi A5 Convertible Lease, S Line 2.0 TFSI, £7984 total cost, £299.49/mth @ carleasespecialoffers.co.uk

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Found 22nd Jan
Three months first payment, two year lease (3+23) with 10,000 Miles per annum. List price is over £38k, seems like a good deal to me. S Line Spec too!! Enjoy the British summer in style!!
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A reasonable deal, as long as you don't mind that it was available for almost £2k less only 2 weeks ago

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Need to put "lease" in the title otherwise people following lease deals won't get a notification. Thanks
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About £333 per month including upfront payment. Not bad if you’re after a nice 2dr.
A reasonable deal, as long as you don't mind that it was available for almost £2k less only 2 weeks ago

hotukdeals.com/dea…179
Guzzle8 m ago

A reasonable deal, as long as you don't mind that it was available for …A reasonable deal, as long as you don't mind that it was available for almost £2k less only 2 weeks agohttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/audi-a5-cabriolet-s-line-20t-lease-24-months-8k-miles-181-pm-after-1641-deposit-2874179


That was a great deal
Need to put "lease" in the title otherwise people following lease deals won't get a notification. Thanks
Try your local Audi dealer first. I have just ordered the car on 9+23, 5,000 miles, at £235 a month (total £7,520). No fees with dealers rather than brokers The dealer I went to didn't believe the broker figures initially, then went away and found they could be matched, but only on that model. Add automatic and the rental goes up over £80 a month.
Slarty19 m ago

Try your local Audi dealer first. I have just ordered the car on 9+23, …Try your local Audi dealer first. I have just ordered the car on 9+23, 5,000 miles, at £235 a month (total £7,520). No fees with dealers rather than brokers The dealer I went to didn't believe the broker figures initially, then went away and found they could be matched, but only on that model. Add automatic and the rental goes up over £80 a month.


5000 miles? Just a weekend car then?

I put more miles on my bicycle. Really
Slarty22 m ago

Try your local Audi dealer first. I have just ordered the car on 9+23, …Try your local Audi dealer first. I have just ordered the car on 9+23, 5,000 miles, at £235 a month (total £7,520). No fees with dealers rather than brokers The dealer I went to didn't believe the broker figures initially, then went away and found they could be matched, but only on that model. Add automatic and the rental goes up over £80 a month.


I tried this with the last deal on here at my local dealer but they couldn’t/wouldn’t match it! What dealer did you go to out of interest please?
Guzzle10 h, 11 m ago

A reasonable deal, as long as you don't mind that it was available for …A reasonable deal, as long as you don't mind that it was available for almost £2k less only 2 weeks agohttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/audi-a5-cabriolet-s-line-20t-lease-24-months-8k-miles-181-pm-after-1641-deposit-2874179


4k more miles on this. Granted that's not worth 2k at 50p a miles but it goes some way to explaining the difference
radownes10 m ago

I tried this with the last deal on here at my local dealer but they …I tried this with the last deal on here at my local dealer but they couldn’t/wouldn’t match it! What dealer did you go to out of interest please?


The previous deal of £188 was, I think, near mythology. I spoke to the dealer who was allegedly making the offer on What Car and they knew nothing about it. They didn't understand how it got posted. The dealer I used was in Crawley, Sussex.
Thanks op
trickytree198416 m ago

5000 miles? Just a weekend car then? I put more miles on my bicycle. Really


I work from home, am 10 minutes from a station, so don't put much mileage on a car. The chances of summer allowing 5,000 hood-down miles are also quite marginal...
Slarty8 m ago

I work from home, am 10 minutes from a station, so don't put much mileage …I work from home, am 10 minutes from a station, so don't put much mileage on a car. The chances of summer allowing 5,000 hood-down miles are also quite marginal...


It will look pretty on you're drive at least
Bargaintastic301 m ago

It will look pretty on you're drive at least


It won't, because it will be in my garage...
radownes32 m ago

I tried this with the last deal on here at my local dealer but they …I tried this with the last deal on here at my local dealer but they couldn’t/wouldn’t match it! What dealer did you go to out of interest please?


In my case, the VW dealership is next door to the Audi stealers, I tried to get VW to price match a Golf R, we said ok, lets check out the S3 and see what they can do.

We managed to walk half way across the car park, before we were called back and they said they they could price match the deal and would also thow in a full tank and mats if we signed by 5pm. It was near the end of the month and sales quarter which helped.
trickytree19841 h, 0 m ago

5000 miles? Just a weekend car then? I put more miles on my bicycle. Really



How much is the lease on that?
trickytree19841 h, 3 m ago

5000 miles? Just a weekend car then? I put more miles on my bicycle. Really


I never really understand this mentality with cars.

I only do 7-8k miles a year and have a car that costs me quite a bit to run but as I work from home it is purely a weekend fun/family trip car so ALL of the miles I do are just for fun.

People that commute everyday might do 12k miles a year, but 50% of that is the awful commuting, stuck in traffic etc etc.

So not sure why people think it's fine to have a car that spend 50% of it's time stuck in traffic, but for those of us that do half the miles (but all fun miles) it becomes pointless and a "waste of money"

Not everybody has to sit in commuting traffic everyday so smaller milage is fine for us!!
It's cheaper for 10000 miles?
8000 = £259.99
10000 = £243.30
Can't be right??
HaroFreestyler6 m ago

I never really understand this mentality with cars.I only do 7-8k miles a …I never really understand this mentality with cars.I only do 7-8k miles a year and have a car that costs me quite a bit to run but as I work from home it is purely a weekend fun/family trip car so ALL of the miles I do are just for fun.People that commute everyday might do 12k miles a year, but 50% of that is the awful commuting, stuck in traffic etc etc.So not sure why people think it's fine to have a car that spend 50% of it's time stuck in traffic, but for those of us that do half the miles (but all fun miles) it becomes pointless and a "waste of money"Not everybody has to sit in commuting traffic everyday so smaller milage is fine for us!!


Yes but people able to work from home are in the minority to say the least .All drivers would love empty roads especially in rush hour but this will never be a reality
Doesn't appear to exist anymore, but besides, cheaper elsewhere, in many places, on a 9+23 deal.

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HaroFreestyler47 m ago

I never really understand this mentality with cars.I only do 7-8k miles a …I never really understand this mentality with cars.I only do 7-8k miles a year and have a car that costs me quite a bit to run but as I work from home it is purely a weekend fun/family trip car so ALL of the miles I do are just for fun.People that commute everyday might do 12k miles a year, but 50% of that is the awful commuting, stuck in traffic etc etc.So not sure why people think it's fine to have a car that spend 50% of it's time stuck in traffic, but for those of us that do half the miles (but all fun miles) it becomes pointless and a "waste of money"Not everybody has to sit in commuting traffic everyday so smaller milage is fine for us!!


That's fine. But of I was doing 5k miles a year,, I don't think I'd even justify buying a car in the first place, let alone an A5. First world problems that probably don't have a place on a bargain hunting forum.
trickytree198416 m ago

That's fine. But of I was doing 5k miles a year,, I don't think I'd even …That's fine. But of I was doing 5k miles a year,, I don't think I'd even justify buying a car in the first place, let alone an A5. First world problems that probably don't have a place on a bargain hunting forum.


Depends if you're into cars I guess. I'm a petrolhead, and going for a long drive in a car is what I consider to be my hobby so to me it is well worth the monthly costs to have something nice (and fast) to be able to have fun in. I buy a car to enjoy at the weekends, on trackdays etc, not just as a means of transport.

Also depends where you live, city dwellers don't need much in terms of cars, but for those of us in rural areas where a 5 mile bus journey can take 2-3 hours a car is very important.
rickj59 m ago

Yes but people able to work from home are in the minority to say the least …Yes but people able to work from home are in the minority to say the least .All drivers would love empty roads especially in rush hour but this will never be a reality


That wasn't really the point, although I do know lots of home workers.

The point was that not everyone finds anything below 8k miles a year a waste of time, all of my 8k miles are purely for fun. If I was doing 12k miles a year commuting none of those miles would be fun so whilst in theory you get better value doing more miles, e.g. cost per mile, the commuting miles are boring.
HaroFreestyler53 m ago

Depends if you're into cars I guess. I'm a petrolhead, and going for a …Depends if you're into cars I guess. I'm a petrolhead, and going for a long drive in a car is what I consider to be my hobby so to me it is well worth the monthly costs to have something nice (and fast) to be able to have fun in. I buy a car to enjoy at the weekends, on trackdays etc, not just as a means of transport.Also depends where you live, city dwellers don't need much in terms of cars, but for those of us in rural areas where a 5 mile bus journey can take 2-3 hours a car is very important.



Pretty sure you're in breach of all sorts of T&C's if you take this on a track day!
clint.thrust2 h, 1 m ago

How much is the lease on that?


On cycle to work, 100 quid a month for a year, before income tax and NI. No deposit
Pretty standard deal from most lease companies presently, you can certainly find it a bit cheaper if you shop around, just make sure to include document fee's etc.
trickytree198422 m ago

Pretty sure you're in breach of all sorts of T&C's if you take this on a …Pretty sure you're in breach of all sorts of T&C's if you take this on a track day!


The Nurburgring is a toll road.
HaroFreestyler2 h, 40 m ago

Depends if you're into cars I guess. I'm a petrolhead, and going for a …Depends if you're into cars I guess. I'm a petrolhead, and going for a long drive in a car is what I consider to be my hobby so to me it is well worth the monthly costs to have something nice (and fast) to be able to have fun in. I buy a car to enjoy at the weekends, on trackdays etc, not just as a means of transport.Also depends where you live, city dwellers don't need much in terms of cars, but for those of us in rural areas where a 5 mile bus journey can take 2-3 hours a car is very important.


Exactly. I don't do many miles, and I certainly don't *need* to spend what I do, but it's my damn money, and whilst I can afford it, I'll drive whatever the hell I want.
trickytree19841 h, 49 m ago

On cycle to work, 100 quid a month for a year, before income tax and NI. …On cycle to work, 100 quid a month for a year, before income tax and NI. No deposit


You got seen off to the tune of £200 if you paid that, seeing as the max loan is £1,000 a year 😁
Are these still strictly a 4 seater only (2+2)? Or is there 3 seats in the back?
ghostm4n36 m ago

You got seen off to the tune of £200 if you paid that, seeing as the max …You got seen off to the tune of £200 if you paid that, seeing as the max loan is £1,000 a year 😁


Not quite - the max is actually 4.5K but the groups credit consumer licence is £1K. Employers that have their own Consumer Credit licence rather than using the groups standard can set their own upto this 4.5K limit.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 23rd Jan
rickj23rd Jan

Yes but people able to work from home are in the minority to say the least …Yes but people able to work from home are in the minority to say the least .All drivers would love empty roads especially in rush hour but this will never be a reality


Lots of empty roads in SCOTLAND!
Has offer expired because its not opening
ghostm4n25 m ago

You got seen off to the tune of £200 if you paid that, seeing as the max …You got seen off to the tune of £200 if you paid that, seeing as the max loan is £1,000 a year 😁


Nope. We have a 3k max on our scheme. Its up to your company
HaroFreestyler1 h, 56 m ago

The Nurburgring is a toll road.


You cant take most lease cars abroad

And you'd use 1/5th of your mileage allowance getting there and back!
(I understand this was a joke)
Edited by: "trickytree1984" 23rd Jan
trickytree198445 m ago

You cant take most lease cars abroad And you'd use 1/5th of your …You cant take most lease cars abroad And you'd use 1/5th of your mileage allowance getting there and back! (I understand this was a joke)


form VE103B - pretty standard as is the charge for it.
Zuulan8 h, 45 m ago

Are these still strictly a 4 seater only (2+2)? Or is there 3 seats in …Are these still strictly a 4 seater only (2+2)? Or is there 3 seats in the back?



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