Audi A6 2.0 TDI Ultra S Line £239.99 PM / 24mths  (+ £2159.91 initial payment) Applied Leasing
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Audi A6 2.0 TDI Ultra S Line £239.99 PM / 24mths (+ £2159.91 initial payment) Applied Leasing

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Found 6th Jun 2014
Looks like a reasonable deal for a brand new A6, I know a lease deal isn't everyone's cup of tea and only 8,000 miles PA is restrictive, but works out just over £3800 a year all in.

No insurance included

- rodman

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Lovely car. Sure there's other cars out there that compete with this for less £££... 8k miles per annum isn't a lot. Some might also say the deposit is a wee bit hefty.

Heat for the car, lovely vehicle

With any lease deals you just need to spread the deposit across the term and consider the true monthly cost. This does sound good on first impressions, but 8k a year isn't much at all. Fine for a leisure car you'd use at weekends but not for every day use.

I got a merc on a 10k deal and it was only about 15 quid extra a month to move it up to 14k a year - so dont necessarily let the 8k limit put you off...this is a great deal

" Additional information

Personal Submissions must obtain Fuels/Car/Travel Allowance to qualify for this offer!"

So what exactly does this mean?

deanwall

" Additional informationPersonal Submissions must obtain Fuels/Car/Travel … " Additional informationPersonal Submissions must obtain Fuels/Car/Travel Allowance to qualify for this offer!"So what exactly does this mean?



pistonheads.com/gas…%3F

I enquired on that and was told that as long as you can get a company … I enquired on that and was told that as long as you can get a company letter headed letter to state that you get a car allowance is all that is required. Maybe not absolutely easy but sure most people could get something knocked up.

Also from that link, about this deal:

I enquired about this, 15kpa and it came back £452/month, £4252 deposit a … I enquired about this, 15kpa and it came back £452/month, £4252 deposit and 15.84ppm excess. Pricey.

Dr Zoidberg

With any lease deals you just need to spread the deposit across the term … With any lease deals you just need to spread the deposit across the term and consider the true monthly cost. This does sound good on first impressions, but 8k a year isn't much at all. Fine for a leisure car you'd use at weekends but not for every day use.



I think that depends on your commute. My avg is 6000 a year as I live a couple of miles from work so fine for me.

8k is the deal breaker. it's a business car, not really used for popping down to Sainsbury s once a week?!

63098792

I think that depends on your commute. My avg is 6000 a year as I live a … I think that depends on your commute. My avg is 6000 a year as I live a couple of miles from work so fine for me.



bike??

No one from the 'buy brigade' has said something stupid. Something's off....

isn't everyone's cup of tea and only 8,000 miles PA is restrictive



I hope no one clocks the mileage to suit their needs
It's so easy to do in modern displays with software

clarkeyi

bike??



my commute adds up to 5000 miles a year, but I have this exact model (in white of course). I purchased mine on a HP rather than a lease, but little miles doesn't mean you shouldn't have a nice car

effingandjeffing

I hope no one clocks the mileage to suit their needsIt's so easy to do in … I hope no one clocks the mileage to suit their needsIt's so easy to do in modern displays with software



not on the A6. as you say, it used to be very easy, especially in the Golf MK5 age of VAGs. I had to do mine as I replaced the instrument cluster. these days however, as is the case with my A6, the modules are much more locked down and as the mileage is also stored in the key (as well as the ECU), its practically impossible.

Banned

petetate

Heat for the car, lovely vehicle

Great work on rating the car...kind of missing the point on rating the deal....

8k is just silly for this car!! cold!!

Diesel to drive 8k p/a???
Someone is asking for trouble...

Banned

So its 32 * 239 plus £300 fee = £331 PM ... It looks like the car is £35K, have to admit its a good deal, shame to have a diesel with such good MPG restricted to 8K miles PA,

Whitedot

Also from that link, about this deal:



Excess mileage seems high, but there is a way to check if it's fair
Clicky

effingandjeffing

I hope no one clocks the mileage to suit their needsIt's so easy to do in … I hope no one clocks the mileage to suit their needsIt's so easy to do in modern displays with software


No it's not easy to do at all!

Banned

wish my wages were good!!

sofiasar

wish my wages were good!!


Wish I had a hot wife

MaximusRo

Wish I had a hot wife



Wish I wasn't bald.

Ijust got a Merc CLS shooting brake-12k miles pa, 2 years. 2 down, then 24 payments. £324 a month including VAT. Get road tax thrown in. Not bad for a 52k car to buy- it costs me 4k a year.

wakeywarrior

Ijust got a Merc CLS shooting brake-12k miles pa, 2 years. 2 down, then … Ijust got a Merc CLS shooting brake-12k miles pa, 2 years. 2 down, then 24 payments. £324 a month including VAT. Get road tax thrown in. Not bad for a 52k car to buy- it costs me 4k a year.

. Where?? Pls share

Lovely car but 8k not very practical. I've seen them on other lease sites for around £270 a month for 18k. Audi have a large amount of A6 sitting dormant that they need on the road. You won't find a A4 for this price.

I cant afford the insurance after reversing over that traffic warden

Georgedeals

I cant afford the insurance after reversing over that traffic warden


Always bury them, works for me.

I wouldn't spend that amount on a front wheel drive car. But anyone who does, make sure you delete the s-line suspension. Or you'll need a good chiropractor!

MaximusRo

Wish I had a hot wife



You'll have no wife if she reads that!:p

NUMBER8GAMESTER

Wish I wasn't bald.



Cheap haircuts though - isn't that what HUKD is all about? Us slap-heads save a tenner a month on Barber bills. X)

monkeyhanger75

You'll have no wife if she reads that!:p



Maybe that was the plan

NUMBER8GAMESTER

Wish I wasn't bald.



Just make sure you have money and you'll be ok

Banned

If you cannot afford it, then don't buy it....you might as well buy one by the time you pay everything...

rhahsh

If you cannot afford it, then don't buy it....you might as well buy one … If you cannot afford it, then don't buy it....you might as well buy one by the time you pay everything...



This lease is cheaper than the depreciation you'd lose over the term of the lease if you bought, even with a decent discount. Buying is not always the best way - this car is a prime example.

rhahsh

If you cannot afford it, then don't buy it....you might as well buy one … If you cannot afford it, then don't buy it....you might as well buy one by the time you pay everything...



What? You spent 8k might as well spend another 30k? You would lose half of that money in depreciation in like 2 years. Do people still not get the basic advantage of leasing?

wakeywarrior

Ijust got a Merc CLS shooting brake-12k miles pa, 2 years. 2 down, then … Ijust got a Merc CLS shooting brake-12k miles pa, 2 years. 2 down, then 24 payments. £324 a month including VAT. Get road tax thrown in. Not bad for a 52k car to buy- it costs me 4k a year.



Where was that deal from I'm looking for a good merc deal

Never leased before. Sorry if I missed it. But does this include insurance?

adamsky75pl

Diesel to drive 8k p/a???Someone is asking for trouble...



Yes totally agree particulate filter just waiting to happen. Why would they put such restrictive mileage on a diesel company car lease..... Doesn't make sense.

To those above who wanted details of my Merc- think I got last one at that fantastic price, but if you are serious about going ahead send me a message and I'll give you the contact I've used for years- don't want to be inundated with requests though!
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