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Audi A5 Coupe 35 TFSI Sport 2dr S-Tronic - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1470 initial + £245pm + £199 admin = £7304 @ Leasing Options
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Audi A5 Coupe 35 TFSI Sport 2dr S-Tronic - 24m lease - 8k miles p/a - £1470 initial + £245pm + £199 admin = £7304 @ Leasing Options

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Posted 17th Sep

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Good price for this Audi A5 Coupe 35 TFSI Sport 2dr S-Tronic - works out at 21.1% of £34.5k list price based on a 2 year lease with 8k miles. £244.99 per month (6+23 profile), plus £1,469.94 initial payment and £199 admin fee so a total of £7303.71 - £304.32 net per month. Factory order so expect a lead time of around 12 weeks. Leasing for this car seems a good option, given the 2 year estimated residual value is just under £18k.

Specs for the Audi A5 Coupe 35 TFSI Sport 2dr S-Tronic include solid paint (black or white) - metallic extra, 18 inch alloys, sat nav, front sports seats, twin leather upholstery, LED interior light pack,Audi parking system plus, keyless go, DAB radio, Audi sound system, xenon headlights and heated front seats.



Audi A5 Coupe 35 TFSI Sport 2dr S-Tronic

  • 6 x 23 payment profile
  • 8,000 miles per annum
  • £1469.94 initial payment
  • 23 monthly payments of £244.99
  • £199 admin fee
  • Total cost of lease = £7,303.71 or £304.32 net per month
  • Add maintenance for an extra £20 per month
  • Petrol
  • Gearbox Semi Auto
  • Gears 7 speed
  • 47.9 MPG combined
  • 0-60 8.9 seconds
  • Road tax included
  • Factory order

List price: £34,525

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singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


How is the money lost? You've had a brand new car for 2 years?! Do you consider holidays a loss of money? As essentially you're renting a room for a week or two?
PS. *Lose.
Does anyone else just read the lease threads for the comments
singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


Cheaper than buying it in cash and selling it after two years, which is for most people, the point of leasing.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 17th Sep
Sphere17/09/2019 20:52

Recession? What on earth are you on about. Go look at the economic …Recession? What on earth are you on about. Go look at the economic figures before you make false statements that damage our country.


You’re probably putting too much weight behind a HUKD’ers comments, I doubt it’ll damage national sentiment.
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Any idea who the funder is and what the excess miles are?
Very good deal! Tempted
Very good price. Anybody know if you can delay the delivery? My current Cupra goes back in March so I would want to delay as long as possible
Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.
Stan17/09/2019 20:20

Any idea who the funder is and what the excess miles are?


I'm guessing Audi Financial Services. I've got one of these in Black Edition arriving in a few weeks. Costing around the same price as this.
singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


How is the money lost? You've had a brand new car for 2 years?! Do you consider holidays a loss of money? As essentially you're renting a room for a week or two?
PS. *Lose.
singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


You're not losing it, you're paying for the use of a comfortable mode of transport.
singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


Cheaper than buying it in cash and selling it after two years, which is for most people, the point of leasing.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 17th Sep
Id be all over this if it was a 5 door version! Good deal nonetheless
TheBlackhammer21417/09/2019 20:28

I'm guessing Audi Financial Services. I've got one of these in Black …I'm guessing Audi Financial Services. I've got one of these in Black Edition arriving in a few weeks. Costing around the same price as this.


I'm assuming that deal has gone as this one is only the sport spec so the lowest spec
TheBlackhammer21417/09/2019 20:28

I'm guessing Audi Financial Services. I've got one of these in Black …I'm guessing Audi Financial Services. I've got one of these in Black Edition arriving in a few weeks. Costing around the same price as this.


Reason I ask as if it’s Vwfs (audi) you can normally get the same deal at a dealer without the admin fee. Excess miles around 6p per mile plus vat. I am looking to replace my current lease
cleverguy1217/09/2019 20:32

I'm assuming that deal has gone as this one is only the sport spec so the …I'm assuming that deal has gone as this one is only the sport spec so the lowest spec


Yeah long gone pal. They didn't hang around Black Ed Auto too. Ordered in March. I'm sure I seen central uk leasing have the S Line costing slightly more than this, a few days ago
TheBlackhammer21417/09/2019 20:34

Yeah long gone pal. They didn't hang around Black Ed Auto too. Ordered in …Yeah long gone pal. They didn't hang around Black Ed Auto too. Ordered in March. I'm sure I seen central uk leasing have the S Line costing slightly more than this, a few days ago


Cheers bud and congrats on your car
singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


We’ve not been in a recession for a while now.
Stan17/09/2019 20:32

Reason I ask as if it’s Vwfs (audi) you can normally get the same deal at a …Reason I ask as if it’s Vwfs (audi) you can normally get the same deal at a dealer without the admin fee. Excess miles around 6p per mile plus vat. I am looking to replace my current lease


Bang on there pal. I had VW Dealer match a GTD DSG in 2016 for me. Best part is you can even negotiate excess mileage during the contract which they usually slash by half
35 TFSI
here we go, here we go, here we go
singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


Recession? What on earth are you on about. Go look at the economic figures before you make false statements that damage our country.
singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


And your contribution to the deal is where exactly? You are more concerned about what others can afford rather than making a useful comment.
Loadsamoney!
Does anyone else just read the lease threads for the comments
Freddy80717/09/2019 21:04

Does anyone else just read the lease threads for the comments


Yes.
Freddy80717/09/2019 21:04

Does anyone else just read the lease threads for the comments


no.

oh.
Edited by: "hotmik" 17th Sep
Sphere17/09/2019 20:52

Recession? What on earth are you on about. Go look at the economic …Recession? What on earth are you on about. Go look at the economic figures before you make false statements that damage our country.


You’re probably putting too much weight behind a HUKD’ers comments, I doubt it’ll damage national sentiment.
Yay! Another lease deal.

Can the lease trolls come up with anything original for a change? Here's hoping....
singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


It’s those pesky train journeys that get me. All that money for a ticket and nothing to show for it. Flipping heck man I at least want to keep the train at the end of the journey. Pfffft!
7k plus,
For 16000 miles WOW
singhisking6817/09/2019 20:27

Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 …Whatever anyone says, 7 grand is lot of money to loose specially within 24 months and during recession... Best of luck who can REALLY afford it.


You can terminate early, normally 55% of remaining payments on VWFS. Any financially savvy individual should have an emergency fund anyway. Just in case of recession, etc.
Will the car actually look like the picture or is that a top of the range job?
KingBurger17/09/2019 21:07

Yay! Another lease deal. Can the lease trolls come up with anything …Yay! Another lease deal. Can the lease trolls come up with anything original for a change? Here's hoping....


Of course they won’t, but it’s only because they don’t understand. If they did, the 2nd hand car market wouldn’t be as strong, and our leases would cost more, so leave them to it!
Buying cost me well over this over 2 years and got rid.

Great saving but awful car. Would not recommend as a buy as I've said before.
m5rcc17/09/2019 20:29

Slightly cheaper here, coming in at £7,257.32 or £302.39/net/month:[Image]


Is that a 12 week factory order as well? Need something ASAP
JJJZ17/09/2019 21:38

Buying cost me well over this over 2 years and got rid.Great saving but …Buying cost me well over this over 2 years and got rid.Great saving but awful car. Would not recommend as a buy as I've said before.


What didn’t you like? Interested as I’ve never owned Audi before, 2 BMWs currently
Solid paint? Not sure why you would want a premium car with a dull paint job.
rdajackson17/09/2019 21:44

Is that a 12 week factory order as well? Need something ASAP


Doesn't say: looks like a broker who will source built cars in the UK.
Parfy17/09/2019 21:06

You’re probably putting too much weight behind a HUKD’ers comments, I dou …You’re probably putting too much weight behind a HUKD’ers comments, I doubt it’ll damage national sentiment.


Damn, I just sold all my shares, sold my house, bought a house abroad and am currently looking for a job as a beach comber
Got one of these, lucky this is the auto though I think I have the 40 - the off set pedals in the manual are not good.
Going in Thursday for Oil service - £230!
First service is due 20k or 2 years, what ever is first - its £380, so I will hand it back before the 2 year mark.
Excellent car though, well worth the money. Considering the depreciation in value, it was cheaper for me to lease this car than buy it.

If it goes up in value buy it, if it depreciates in value lease it
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