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Audi Audi A4 Saloon Saloon 35 Tdi 163 Black Edition S Tronic £207.77 pm for 24m + £1869.93 + £360 fee Total £7216.42 @ RGW
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Audi Audi A4 Saloon Saloon 35 Tdi 163 Black Edition S Tronic £207.77 pm for 24m + £1869.93 + £360 fee Total £7216.42 @ RGW

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Posted 16th JanEdited by:"streetkid"

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9 months upfront over 24 months with 5000 miles. £360 processing fee
I think this is a crazy good deal. Other variations available,.
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k6chris16/01/2020 19:41

Do I get to keep the car, is it an EV?


No, this is a rocket ship and you get to keep the moon if you land on it as you will be the first person to land there.
Who drives less than 5000miles? Isn't it just cheaper to take a taxi than owning a car if you drive so little?
mhasan16/01/2020 20:46

Who drives less than 5000miles? Isn't it just cheaper to take a taxi than …Who drives less than 5000miles? Isn't it just cheaper to take a taxi than owning a car if you drive so little?


With the average price for a taxi being £2 per mile travelled, no, it's not cheaper. Plus, there is an inconvenience using a taxi for the majority of journeys.
Makes me realise I got a pretty good deal 18 months ago for a A4 1.4 s-line. £207 pm with £1200 upfront + £250 fee for 10k miles a year. Thanks for sharing as this looks like it will be the closet I can get to my last one
Edited by: "Mike_Taylor" 16th Jan
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£300 a month over the piece, can’t be bad at that price surely.
Header values are wrong. Fee is £360 and it's £221.93 for 8000 miles
So for people that do more than 5k miles, for 12k miles over 24 months it works out a net price of £333.27 a month over the whole term. Absolute bargain.
Edited by: "calum.c" 16th Jan
Cracking deal for anyone who leases 🏽
Makes me realise I got a pretty good deal 18 months ago for a A4 1.4 s-line. £207 pm with £1200 upfront + £250 fee for 10k miles a year. Thanks for sharing as this looks like it will be the closet I can get to my last one
Edited by: "Mike_Taylor" 16th Jan
Do I get to keep the car, is it an EV?
k6chris16/01/2020 19:41

Do I get to keep the car, is it an EV?


No this is a lease. You hand it back at the end of term
Superb deal!!
k6chris16/01/2020 19:41

Do I get to keep the car, is it an EV?


No, this is a rocket ship and you get to keep the moon if you land on it as you will be the first person to land there.
PeacePipe16/01/2020 20:01

No, this is a rocket ship and you get to keep the moon if you land on it …No, this is a rocket ship and you get to keep the moon if you land on it as you will be the first person to land there.


It's all in the name....

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PeacePipe16/01/2020 20:01

No, this is a rocket ship and you get to keep the moon if you land on it …No, this is a rocket ship and you get to keep the moon if you land on it as you will be the first person to land there.


Like PCP then....
Who drives less than 5000miles? Isn't it just cheaper to take a taxi than owning a car if you drive so little?
k6chris16/01/2020 20:40

Like PCP then....


No and yes. PCP is you buying the car so you either pay the lump sum at the end and the car is yours or you hand it back. This is basically renting the car and at the end of the term you give it back to the company. In essence you are usually just paying depreciation over the lease term. You have no equity in this vehicle at any point.
k6chris16/01/2020 20:40

Like PCP then....


Phencyclidine! I think you may have watched too many episodes of Breaking Bad!
Is this the model with the newer lights? Seriously tempted at this price, but wondering if I should wait for a better deal on the new BMW 3 Series which I prefer.
Edited by: "Jakirrr21" 16th Jan
nothing even close on leasing.com or whatcar leasing - be interested if this gets confirmed. Anyone got a formal quote yet?
Jakirrr2116/01/2020 21:58

Is this the model with the newer lights? Seriously tempted at this price, …Is this the model with the newer lights? Seriously tempted at this price, but wondering if I should wait for a better deal on the new BMW 3 Series which I prefer.


Personally prefer the new 3 series to . Has one for a week and loved every bit if it. Personally interior/exterior alot nicer to
mhasan16/01/2020 20:46

Who drives less than 5000miles? Isn't it just cheaper to take a taxi than …Who drives less than 5000miles? Isn't it just cheaper to take a taxi than owning a car if you drive so little?


With the average price for a taxi being £2 per mile travelled, no, it's not cheaper. Plus, there is an inconvenience using a taxi for the majority of journeys.
ilikedeals2116/01/2020 22:32

Personally prefer the new 3 series to . Has one for a week and loved every …Personally prefer the new 3 series to . Has one for a week and loved every bit if it. Personally interior/exterior alot nicer to


You are looking at 2k additional over the total cost for the cheapest 3+23 auto 3 series
Is it £207.77pm for 24 months or 23? Doesn't the initial fee cover the first month?
Id like something like this but I need at least 15k miles and not paying over £250 a month plus I can't afford a large sum more than £500 initial payment, any tips?
Edited by: "james.marshallRG8" 17th Jan
james.marshallRG817/01/2020 07:49

Id like something like this but I need at least 15k miles and not paying …Id like something like this but I need at least 15k miles and not paying over £250 a month plus I can't afford a large sum more than £500 initial payment, any tips?


15k per year? You've got no chance of any Audi at that price. Maybe look at a Kia XCeed or Citroen C3.

I got an A4 lease 2 years ago at 10k miles a year. £950 upfront and £220 per month. I've not seen anything remotely close to that price since.

Lease deals over 10k a year generally get very expensive.
gotadeal16/01/2020 23:27

Is it £207.77pm for 24 months or 23? Doesn't the initial fee cover the …Is it £207.77pm for 24 months or 23? Doesn't the initial fee cover the first month?


Yes it does, it'll be 23 x £207.
Mike_Taylor16/01/2020 19:24

Makes me realise I got a pretty good deal 18 months ago for a A4 1.4 …Makes me realise I got a pretty good deal 18 months ago for a A4 1.4 s-line. £207 pm with £1200 upfront + £250 fee for 10k miles a year. Thanks for sharing as this looks like it will be the closet I can get to my last one


Me too, thanks for hotukdeals, there were so many a4 deals around that time
Anyone called dealer to match this? Potentially saving 360
Edited by: "Liang" 17th Jan
Anyone know hi w much this car is worth?
Purpleee17/01/2020 09:05

Anyone know hi w much this car is worth?


about 38k if you look on the audi car configurator

Anyone got a genuine quote yet...I think at least 50-50 this isnt legit given the difference in other advertised deals - either that or loads of other brokers will start advertising similar today
Liang17/01/2020 08:55

Anyone called dealer to match this? Potentially saving 360


Tried earlier. They could only get with £90 of the deal per month. The guy was surprised how cheap it was to be honest.
Good deal, but isn’t a new version of the car due very soon?
bbgun2416/01/2020 21:09

No and yes. PCP is you buying the car so you either pay the lump sum at …No and yes. PCP is you buying the car so you either pay the lump sum at the end and the car is yours or you hand it back. This is basically renting the car and at the end of the term you give it back to the company. In essence you are usually just paying depreciation over the lease term. You have no equity in this vehicle at any point.


But if you speak to the leasing company you may be able to make an offer on the vehicle when it goes back
39700326-l3Ncu.jpgLOL, well that's me out then for the miles I do haha
Jakirrr2116/01/2020 21:58

Is this the model with the newer lights? Seriously tempted at this price, …Is this the model with the newer lights? Seriously tempted at this price, but wondering if I should wait for a better deal on the new BMW 3 Series which I prefer.


I think this could be the new model.The new model 35 2.0 tdi is 163 bhp.where the old 2019 35 2.0 tdi is 150 bhp.
wwwedwardscrg17/01/2020 17:23

I think this could be the new model.The new model 35 2.0 tdi is 163 …I think this could be the new model.The new model 35 2.0 tdi is 163 bhp.where the old 2019 35 2.0 tdi is 150 bhp.


Spoke with rgw - delivery will be in April and car will be 20 plate, so definitely new model and confirmed it has virtual cockpit too.
Jakirrr2117/01/2020 17:45

Spoke with rgw - delivery will be in April and car will be 20 plate, so …Spoke with rgw - delivery will be in April and car will be 20 plate, so definitely new model and confirmed it has virtual cockpit too.


Did you ask about the cost for metallic paint mate? I think it pushes it over 40k tax bracket so will no doubt be an extra £40 a month or something
mhasan16/01/2020 20:46

Who drives less than 5000miles? Isn't it just cheaper to take a taxi than …Who drives less than 5000miles? Isn't it just cheaper to take a taxi than owning a car if you drive so little?


My wife who has a two year old cx-3 with 8k miles on it!
craigdm17/01/2020 18:23

My wife who has a two year old cx-3 with 8k miles on it!


My wife has a 6 year Mii with only 7000!
5000 miles?!?
ashsufc188917/01/2020 18:35

5000 miles?!?


You’re right but add the miles and this is still the best deal out there.
bbgun2416/01/2020 21:09

No and yes. PCP is you buying the car so you either pay the lump sum at …No and yes. PCP is you buying the car so you either pay the lump sum at the end and the car is yours or you hand it back. This is basically renting the car and at the end of the term you give it back to the company. In essence you are usually just paying depreciation over the lease term. You have no equity in this vehicle at any point.


Excellent explanation in essence you are paying the depreciation
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