Audi A5 sportback £220 / month at 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing
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Audi A5 sportback £220 / month at 1st Choice Vehicle Leasing

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Found 15th Feb
Seems like a good deal for an s line auto

Contract term 24 months
Rental profile : 9 + 23
Annual mileage : 8000
23 monthly rentals of: £220.00
Initial rental: £1980.00
Processing fee : £299.99
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Actual rental cost £305.83 per month

45.9 pence per mile

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Do I get to keep the car in the end?
Is insurance included?
Does it come with a driver?
Will it be cheaper than my Ford Escort banger?
Can you work out the total and divide by 24, my calculator is not working
Can I hand it back to the lease company with a wheel missing and cracked bumper?
VikJ9 m ago

You guys missed "its an Audi, are indicators optional extras"?


Think that’s more aimed towards BMW-ankers
Edited by: "brendanb581" 15th Feb
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Incoming "Do I get to keep the car in the end?" questions.
Good spot, good car and good price. I’m going with 46 mins at 15/2 odds before the first person asks why you wouldn’t buy a second hand Corsa that you own instead of leasing this.
Do you own the car at the end if it?
EDIT: too slow haha.
Edited by: "pugit666" 15th Feb
Do I get to keep the car in the end?
Is insurance included?
Does it come with a driver?
Will it be cheaper than my Ford Escort banger?
Can you work out the total and divide by 24, my calculator is not working
Can I hand it back to the lease company with a wheel missing and cracked bumper?
better deals to be had keeping to 3+23.
I never understand why people want to put more money down than they have to?
contracthireandleasing.com/per…a5/
mittromney2 m ago

better deals to be had keeping to 3+23. I never understand why people want …better deals to be had keeping to 3+23. I never understand why people want to put more money down than they have to? www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-leasing/audi/a5/


Find an S-Line on 3+23 for the same price...
You guys missed "its an Audi, are indicators optional extras"?
mittromney4 m ago

better deals to be had keeping to 3+23. I never understand why people want …better deals to be had keeping to 3+23. I never understand why people want to put more money down than they have to? www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-leasing/audi/a5/


That's just a list of various A5 deals, not a specific better priced one.
VikJ9 m ago

You guys missed "its an Audi, are indicators optional extras"?


Think that’s more aimed towards BMW-ankers
Edited by: "brendanb581" 15th Feb
almas0931 m ago

Incoming "Do I get to keep the car in the end?" questions.


Depends on if you are Romanian...
Pretty good deal. Heat added.
almas0947 m ago

Incoming "Do I get to keep the car in the end?" questions.

​to answer - yes you get to keep it and as a bonus they exchange the car each year for the latest model for free for life!
ezzer721 h, 53 m ago

That's just a list of various A5 deals, not a specific better priced one.


Its quite an important point. If you write the car off in say month 3, the insurers pay out, so you're covered. But your lease ends there and then. You'll have to start all over again.
Good price, especially since you get to keep the car after lease is over! Haha
ezzer7223 h, 21 m ago

That's just a list of various A5 deals, not a specific better priced one.


​As the op's deal was devoid of the trim (s line) you can actually get a 3+23 with 1st choice vehicle leasing if you go to their website.



So a better deal is there just not checked out by op by playing with the initial 3,6,9,12 etc.
Edited by: "mittromney" 16th Feb
Think this has expired...."16th Feb 2018 - SORRY - WE ARE NO LONGER TAKING ORDERS FOR THE AUDI A5 SPORTBACK - PLEASE CALL IF YOU WISH TO DISCUSS CANCELLATIONS."
I can already see about 50 deals better than this. This for example, with 10,000 miles:

fleetprices.co.uk/per…658
Daves_mate15th Feb

​to answer - yes you get to keep it and as a bonus they exchange the car e …​to answer - yes you get to keep it and as a bonus they exchange the car each year for the latest model for free for life!


Hold on, that dodnt make sense. Thought it was only a 2 year deal
skgwho17th Feb

Hold on, that dodnt make sense. Thought it was only a 2 year deal


Yeah the key is you have to make it through the whole 2 years! They usually then throw in other things like free insurance and petrol for as long as you keep the post 2 year bonus period going.
DJBucko200916th Feb

I can already see about 50 deals better than this. This for example, with …I can already see about 50 deals better than this. This for example, with 10,000 miles:http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/audi/a5-hatchback/14-tfsi-se-5dr-s-tronic-273568658


That's for an SE. The OP's deal was for an S line.
VikJ15th Feb

You guys missed "its an Audi, are indicators optional extras"?


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1.4 LOOOL
Just get them to put the front number plate on top of the dash like all the Audis around here - after all you wouldn't want some pesky ANPR camera knowing you didn't insure it, would you?

Audis seem to attract bigger d*ck heads than BMWs these days!
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brendanb58115th Feb

Think that’s more aimed towards BMW-ankers


Hey! It's deffo the VAG camp, why do you think they are even named after a lady garden??
What if you want a Sportfront?
The 2.0 a better deal at a tenner more per month for me
Not bad. Not bad at all.
Zed21315th Feb

Do I get to keep the car in the end?Is insurance included?Does it come …Do I get to keep the car in the end?Is insurance included?Does it come with a driver?Will it be cheaper than my Ford Escort banger?Can you work out the total and divide by 24, my calculator is not workingCan I hand it back to the lease company with a wheel missing and cracked bumper?


You forgot ... Do I get the deposit back ?
mittromney15th Feb

better deals to be had keeping to 3+23. I never understand why people want …better deals to be had keeping to 3+23. I never understand why people want to put more money down than they have to? www.contracthireandleasing.com/personal/car-leasing/audi/a5/


Can you expand on what this 3+23 means? I am after a lease but there are so many variables it makes it very complicated.
deleted103252026th Feb

Hey! It's deffo the VAG camp, why do you think they are even named after a …Hey! It's deffo the VAG camp, why do you think they are even named after a lady garden??



Many an appendage gets in one to drive it?
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Oneday773 m ago

Many an appendage gets in one to drive it?


Yes that and VAG is short for VAG....ina
Deeco1 h, 12 m ago

1.4 LOOOL


You've never drove a modern 1.4L then?
Do you know Formula 1 cars only have 1.6L engines ?
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 26th Feb
eightace26th Feb

Can you expand on what this 3+23 means? I am after a lease but there are …Can you expand on what this 3+23 means? I am after a lease but there are so many variables it makes it very complicated.



If the deal is £200 on a 3+23 for 5,000 miles per year (10,000 miles total over the period of 24 months), this means it is a 24 month deal and you pay 3x £200 (£600) for the first month as the initial payment and the £200 per month for 23 months - the 10,000 miles is the maximum mileage you can do over the lease period before you have to pay a pence per mile or excess mileage charge. Depending on the car and the finance company supporting the deal, this can vary wildly so you need to know the excess mileage charge before signing up.
For example my VW Passat through VW financial services is 6ppm +vat

Some brokers will also charge you a one-off "admin" fee of somewhere between £180 and £500 - going direct to a maindealer's fleet department and they may match the deal with no admin fee.

Even if you see a deal online showing a certain term, many brokers or dealers will be happy to quote a different term - e.g. 6+35 9+23, 1+47 £2400+23

Always check whether the price includes or excludes VAT!

The most important thing is that you workout the total cost over the lease period - a low monthly figure may be offset by a high upfront. I find it is always better to pay the lowest you can upfront and many times the difference between a high and low upfront is not that much different in total.

ETA. Updated to make more clear concerning the mileage.
Edited by: "Emeye" 28th Feb
paulandpam123 m ago

You've never drove a modern 1.4L then?Do you know Formula 1 cars only have …You've never drove a modern 1.4L then?Do you know Formula 1 cars only have 1.6L engines ?


Yes and 900bhp and weigh a bag of sand.
brendanb58115th Feb

Think that’s more aimed towards BMW-ankers


Audi drivers the new BMW-ankers but more privileged. I work near an Audi garage and see them all day long. Sweeping statement is sweeping.
AndrGauden57 m ago

You forgot ... Do I get the deposit back ?


Asked all innocently so that they can be a keyboard hero when they drop the "it's not a deposit if you don't get it back".
Boring, almost all all VW group cars look like they're designed by an algorithm, soulless tatt. Still getting over the Jag XE deal I hesitated on and missed, now that's a nice looking car.
Emeye24 m ago

If the deal is £200 on a 3+23 for 10,000 miles, this means it is a 24 … If the deal is £200 on a 3+23 for 10,000 miles, this means it is a 24 month deal and you pay 3x £200 (£600) for the first month as the initial payment and the £200 per month for 23 months - the 10,000 miles is the maximum mileage you can do over the lease period before you have to pay a pence per mile or excess mileage charge. Depending on the car and the finance company supporting the deal, this can vary wildly so you need to know the excess mileage charge before signing up. For example my VW Passat through VW financial services is 6ppm +vat Some brokers will also charge you a one-off "admin" fee of somewhere between £180 and £500 - going direct to a maindealer's fleet department and they may match the deal with no admin fee. Even if you see a deal online showing a certain term, many brokers or dealers will be happy to quote a different term - e.g. 6+35 9+23, 1+47 £2400+23 Always check whether the price includes or excludes VAT! The most important thing is that you workout the total cost over the lease period - a low monthly figure may be offset by a high upfront. I find it is always better to pay the lowest you can upfront and many times the difference between a high and low upfront is not that much different in total.


Slight correction; 10,000 miles is the maximum you can do per year over the course of the lease, if you wish to avoid paying on a ppm basis.
It’s certainly one way to lose money.
Why would you pay so much for a glorified Skoda?
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