Audi A6 2.0 TDI Ultra SE 4dr Man - 10k miles p.a - 2 year Personal Lease @ £220.80 pm (6+23) at Lease Not Buy Ltd (via Contract Hire and Leasing.com) - Total Cost = £6503.20
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Audi A6 2.0 TDI Ultra SE 4dr Man - 10k miles p.a - 2 year Personal Lease @ £220.80 pm (6+23) at Lease Not Buy Ltd (via Contract Hire and Leasing.com) - Total Cost = £6503.20

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Found 19th May 2015
Credit to andyn442 for posting the earlier Audi A4 S Line deal - I was just having a look on Contract Hire and Leasing.com at other cars around the £230 - £250 per month mark when I spotted this offer on an Audi A6 2.0 TDI Ultra SE from Lease Not Buy Ltd.

The offer is for a Personal Lease over 2 years, with a deposit of £1,324.80 upfront (equivalent to 6 months' worth of payments) and then 23 monthly payments of £220.80. There is also mention of a £100 "additional" fee as well.

Mileage allowance = 10,000 per annum.

As with the Audi A4 in the deal posted by andyn442, this model also comes with the new 190bhp ultra engine.

Retail List Price for this model appears to be £32,295.

Might be of some interest to someone in the market for an A6 - enjoy!

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Awesome lease deal!

Great deal for some one looking to buy ford or similar!

So if you have to pay 6 months up front as a deposit, why do you still have to pay for another 23 months?

matt3454

So if you have to pay 6 months up front as a deposit, why do you still … So if you have to pay 6 months up front as a deposit, why do you still have to pay for another 23 months?



because you get a deposit back I would guess.

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matt3454

So if you have to pay 6 months up front as a deposit, why do you still … So if you have to pay 6 months up front as a deposit, why do you still have to pay for another 23 months?



I suspect (although I may be wrong) that it's a slight play on words on the part of leasing companies generally, to make the deposit sound more "quantifiable" (if that's the right term?) - looking around at other lease deals & companies, they all seem to equate the upfront deposit with an equivalent X months worth of payments. Maybe it sounds more palatable to customers when worded in such a way?

Edited by: "saffinch" 19th May 2015

Wow! This is A LOT of car for the money!


Ollyj

because you get a deposit back I would guess.



As far as I am aware, you do not get your deposit back, it's one reason why the deal is such a reasonable price each month, because you've already put £1324 towards it. All car leasing deals ask you to pay some money up front, you do not get it back.

matt3454

So if you have to pay 6 months up front as a deposit, why do you still … So if you have to pay 6 months up front as a deposit, why do you still have to pay for another 23 months?



The upfront payment brings the monthly payments down, drawing the buyer in with a lower monthly payment in the advert, in reality the cost per month is closer to £320 if you take the upfront payment into consideration. All the lease companies seem to do this.

Lease deals pretty much all have a deposit. And the deposit is invariably termed as a multiple of the monthly value, normally 3, 6 or 9 months. Obviously the more you pay upfront the less is paid per month. It is easier to term the payments as 3 plus 23, rather than write out £600 deposit plus 23 payments of £200.

Also most finance deals have a deposit or down payment portion, such as a mortgage.

There's just clever by saying your paying 6 months fee on 1 month you shall pay . Lease deals suck but some are fairly priced.

HEAT



This is a really good deal

HOT HOT HOT!

So tempting. Aah!

Manual transmission is a deal breaker for me

What a car for the money.! Makes it very affordable doing it that way. HOT.

Err do you not need to add VAT?

Nice deal... Nowhere near enough mileage allowance!

No

uncreatively

Err do you not need to add VAT?

jamran

Manual transmission is a deal breaker for me



Yup, most lease deals seem to me manual grrrrrr

10000?

every lease deal is a **** deal

Hard to see how the lease company is making any money on this! Surely £6,500 over two years wouldn't even cover the depreciation.

Awesome deal, but...manual? No thanks.

Great deal, but as a lease car owner myself I actually didn't think you get the deposit back, I thought it was more like a fee, can anyone clarify, thanks

dbzitb

every lease deal is a **** deal



not for some.
If you got a choice out of a company car & car allowance, then you can use your car allowance to lease a car & maybe have a bit left over.
If you have a company car, then there are tax implications.

Lots of places that give car allowances has rules about the car, its age (maximum of 5 year old is common, but few places are starting to move that to 7) & upkeep. It makes it false economy to buy a brand new car in them circumstances.

I'd prefer a A5.

What's with the hate for manuals?
F#ck automatics more like

mervs

The upfront payment brings the monthly payments down, drawing the buyer … The upfront payment brings the monthly payments down, drawing the buyer in with a lower monthly payment in the advert, in reality the cost per month is closer to £320 if you take the upfront payment into consideration. All the lease companies seem to do this.


You mean £271 per month fo this deal?

kooger21

Great deal, but as a lease car owner myself I actually didn't think you … Great deal, but as a lease car owner myself I actually didn't think you get the deposit back, I thought it was more like a fee, can anyone clarify, thanks




the deposit is worked into the payments.
If you paid 3 months up front, you pay a larger monthly payment.
pay 12 months up front & you pay less monthly.

You would prob get credit scored, so if you don't have the best credit, they may want a bigger deposit so you pay less monthly.

Bojangles has nailed it. I'm someone who gets paid mileage by my employer. If they gave me a company car I would pay more tax. I actually make money by leasing a car and paying for my own fuel. I don't think I would lease otherwise.

This is a good deal.

To put it into context, this outfit euroleasedirect.co.uk/dea…tml
Do no deposit lease deals, but you end up paying way more overall

Now. That is one beautiful car http://fotos.autozeitung.de/938x704/images/bildergalerie/2014/02/2014-Audi-A6-ultra-2-0-TDI-Sparmodell-CO2-02.jpg
http://www.blogcdn.com/slideshows/images/slides/303/769/2/S3037692/slug/l/a6140050-1.jpg

kooger21

Great deal, but as a lease car owner myself I actually didn't think you … Great deal, but as a lease car owner myself I actually didn't think you get the deposit back, I thought it was more like a fee, can anyone clarify, thanks



Worrying that you don't understand the terms of your lease.

You can safely assume you do not get any deposit back. The term deposit is misleading add it is simply an upfront payment.

To be honest, that's what I thought, but people keep talking about getting the deposit back, I think they should call it a few!

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black knight

Worrying that you don't understand the terms of your lease. You can … Worrying that you don't understand the terms of your lease. You can safely assume you do not get any deposit back. The term deposit is misleading add it is simply an upfront payment.

Good luck with this.
A classic case of, 'Sorry Sir, this offers been so popular we just sold the last one yesterday, however can I interest in'...

wow this has to be one of the best lease deals I've ever seen!

kooger21

Great deal, but as a lease car owner myself I actually didn't think you … Great deal, but as a lease car owner myself I actually didn't think you get the deposit back, I thought it was more like a fee, can anyone clarify, thanks



So you didn't check this before signing the contract? oO

konicky

Hard to see how the lease company is making any money on this! Surely … Hard to see how the lease company is making any money on this! Surely £6,500 over two years wouldn't even cover the depreciation.



Do you really think a lease company buys their cars? Now that would be pretty stupid.

Taking my clothes off before it gets any hotter

I've looked at lots of lease deals over the years and used them too. This is one of the best deals I have seen in the last 10 years. The outlay over the two years would be considerably less than the depreciation this car would suffer. Very very HOT.

Beautiful car; although I could never convince myself buying a brand new car as the depreciation is eye-wateringly steep whatever the cost saving is! Yes people talk about peace of mind and nothing to pay for servicing but these costs and 'risks' are peanuts compared to the grand total. I would personally go for a nearly-new or more economically a three year old one with reasonable mileage on the clock. Depreciation is like £1-£1.5 pa compared to £3.5k ...
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