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Audi Q2 Q2 Diesel Estate 30 TDI Sport 24 month + maintenance 23mx£152.39,dep £2400, Admin £180, Total £6084.97 at Central Vehicle Leasing
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Audi Q2 Q2 Diesel Estate 30 TDI Sport 24 month + maintenance 23mx£152.39,dep £2400, Admin £180, Total £6084.97 at Central Vehicle Leasing

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Posted 16th Apr

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I'm sure this must be a misprice but it does state a saving of £326.50 inc VAT so it must be correct. Pity its stock as I need a replacement end of August. Hope it helps someone

Contract Length 24 Months
Initial Rental £2,400.00 inc VAT
23 Months @ £152.39 inc VAT per Month
Annual Mileage 8,000
Maintenance Fully Maintained
Admin Fee £180.00 inc VAT

23 months x £152.39




Initial cost £2400




Admin 180




Total £6084.97





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boostii16/04/2020 13:32

£150 a month is nothing for a nice new premium car, I dare say there are a …£150 a month is nothing for a nice new premium car, I dare say there are a few people spend more per month on booze, fags and Sky TV. This makes you look much posher.


It's over £250.
£150 a month is nothing for a nice new premium car, I dare say there are a few people spend more per month on booze, fags and Sky TV. This makes you look much posher.
I'm famously (on this site ) not a fan of German cars generally, but that aside, these things are minging - definitely only bought/leased for the badge. If it was from a brand with less 'kudos' they wouldn't be able to give them away.
petergriffin3216/04/2020 13:09

Yeh and then perhaps even cheaper if you only have two of the alloys …Yeh and then perhaps even cheaper if you only have two of the alloys instead of four.


No because that would be just STUPID, whereas leasing a car without maintenance (costs) is normal.
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Must be trying to get rid of stock pronto? I fell lucky a few months back with an A6 because they had a big push on moving stocks. Deal disappeared as quickly as it appeared, but managed to secure.
Edited by: "SuperHardCousin" 16th Apr
This is cheap! Nice find, heat added.
SuperHardCousin16/04/2020 12:57

Must be trying to get rid of stock pronto? I fell lucky a few months back …Must be trying to get rid of stock pronto? I fell lucky a few months back with an A6 because they had a big push on moving stocks. Deal disappeared as quickly as it appeared, but managed to secure.


What spec & price did you get it for, if you don’t mind me asking?
Looks a good deal to me, wonder if you can get it even cheaper without the maintenance?
exel196616/04/2020 13:03

Looks a good deal to me, wonder if you can get it even cheaper without the …Looks a good deal to me, wonder if you can get it even cheaper without the maintenance?


Yeh and then perhaps even cheaper if you only have two of the alloys instead of four.
Fugly.
petergriffin3216/04/2020 13:09

Yeh and then perhaps even cheaper if you only have two of the alloys …Yeh and then perhaps even cheaper if you only have two of the alloys instead of four.


No because that would be just STUPID, whereas leasing a car without maintenance (costs) is normal.
Fine if you don't live in a city, and don't do many miles. Otherwise are Audi just trying to clear stock?
SuperHardCousin16/04/2020 12:57

Must be trying to get rid of stock pronto? I fell lucky a few months back …Must be trying to get rid of stock pronto? I fell lucky a few months back with an A6 because they had a big push on moving stocks. Deal disappeared as quickly as it appeared, but managed to secure.


I imagine they're struggling to move anything at the moment, who wants to lease a new car just to have it sat on the drive.
£150 a month is nothing for a nice new premium car, I dare say there are a few people spend more per month on booze, fags and Sky TV. This makes you look much posher.
Vomit16/04/2020 13:31

I imagine they're struggling to move anything at the moment, who wants to …I imagine they're struggling to move anything at the moment, who wants to lease a new car just to have it sat on the drive.


Exactly my thoughts..... my car like most is just gathering dust at the moment!
whydoiwastemytimehere16/04/2020 13:28

Fine if you don't live in a city, and don't do many miles. Otherwise are …Fine if you don't live in a city, and don't do many miles. Otherwise are Audi just trying to clear stock?


This is more than the average person drives annually in the UK.
Wish idve sold my 66 plate A4 before all this, will be worthless once we get back to normal.

First car I've ever bought, normally I lease and would be all over this
boostii16/04/2020 13:32

£150 a month is nothing for a nice new premium car, I dare say there are a …£150 a month is nothing for a nice new premium car, I dare say there are a few people spend more per month on booze, fags and Sky TV. This makes you look much posher.


It's over £250.
I'm famously (on this site ) not a fan of German cars generally, but that aside, these things are minging - definitely only bought/leased for the badge. If it was from a brand with less 'kudos' they wouldn't be able to give them away.
SuperHardCousin16/04/2020 12:57

Must be trying to get rid of stock pronto? I fell lucky a few months back …Must be trying to get rid of stock pronto? I fell lucky a few months back with an A6 because they had a big push on moving stocks. Deal disappeared as quickly as it appeared, but managed to secure.


What was the deal on the A6 pal?
SteHuz9016/04/2020 13:34

This is more than the average person drives annually in the UK.


No it’s not.
Vomit16/04/2020 13:31

I imagine they're struggling to move anything at the moment, who wants to …I imagine they're struggling to move anything at the moment, who wants to lease a new car just to have it sat on the drive.


Exactly! Seems expensive sitting on your drive hoping you’ll be able to use it before the lease expires.
HotOrNotYouDecide16/04/2020 14:04

No it’s not.


I work in the Motor Industry, and if we were currently selling a 17 reg car with over 30,000 on it would be considered quite high mileage by most car shoppers, they would generally be looking for closer to 20,000m.

A huge amount of drivers do 8,000 or less nowadays.

Q2 is still a silly car though
SteHuz9016/04/2020 14:09

Yes it is.



I take it back. Guess there’s many reasons why the average is now so low, 2 cars in the household, people working from home etc... I wish I was Mr Average, it would save me thousands of pounds a year in car related costs.
HotOrNotYouDecide16/04/2020 14:36

I take it back. Guess there’s many reasons why the average is now so low, …I take it back. Guess there’s many reasons why the average is now so low, 2 cars in the household, people working from home etc... I wish I was Mr Average, it would save me thousands of pounds a year in car related costs.


I think everyone assumes that its high and if you are doing more miles you probably relate more to your situation. What did you think it was?
SteHuz9016/04/2020 14:39

I think everyone assumes that its high and if you are doing more miles you …I think everyone assumes that its high and if you are doing more miles you probably relate more to your situation. What did you think it was?



I thought it was around 10k a year. Personally I do around 18k a year which I know is much higher than average but surprised average is only around 8k or just under. As much as I would like to lease as soon as you up the mileage to 18k the deals don’t seem as attractive as all the ones that appear on here with 5k - 8k.
A cheap deal for two main reasons: (a) The Q2 is a bright idea that wasn't - something of a mash up of an A3 and an on-roader SUV. (b) The market for diesel cars is completely moribund. Hence the cheap deal to shift them.
HotOrNotYouDecide16/04/2020 14:59

I thought it was around 10k a year. Personally I do around 18k a year …I thought it was around 10k a year. Personally I do around 18k a year which I know is much higher than average but surprised average is only around 8k or just under. As much as I would like to lease as soon as you up the mileage to 18k the deals don’t seem as attractive as all the ones that appear on here with 5k - 8k.


Unfortunately mileage is always going to cost you, whether you buy outright, finance or lease.

The reality is a 36,000m two year old car is worth a fortune less than a 16,000m one, the lease company have to charge more or they would be hugely out of pocket when they auction the car at the end of the term.
ezzer7216/04/2020 15:20

Unfortunately mileage is always going to cost you, whether you buy …Unfortunately mileage is always going to cost you, whether you buy outright, finance or lease.The reality is a 36,000m two year old car is worth a fortune less than a 16,000m one, the lease company have to charge more or they would be hugely out of pocket when they auction the car at the end of the term.



Agreed.
DonDraper16/04/2020 15:18

A cheap deal for two main reasons: (a) The Q2 is a bright idea that wasn't …A cheap deal for two main reasons: (a) The Q2 is a bright idea that wasn't - something of a mash up of an A3 and an on-roader SUV. (b) The market for diesel cars is completely moribund. Hence the cheap deal to shift them.


It's not the diesel thing - if it was, the lease would have to cost more to cover the additional depreciation.
BS123416/04/2020 13:01

What spec & price did you get it for, if you don’t mind me asking?


Yeh sure, 40 TDI, metallic paint, tech pack. 24 months, 8k miles £282 p/m, paid 3 month initial and £150ish broker fee.

Edit: S-line
Edited by: "SuperHardCousin" 16th Apr
zircom010116/04/2020 14:03

What was the deal on the A6 pal?


Its the 40 TDI, metallic paint and tech pack. 24 months, 8k miles £282 p/m, paid 3 month initial and £150ish broker fee.

Edit: S-line
Edited by: "SuperHardCousin" 16th Apr
Do they offer 1000 miles annually for 3 years? We'd probably be spending half the year in self-isolation over the next few years with repeated lockdowns, so that should cover it.
boostii16/04/2020 13:32

£150 a month is nothing for a nice new premium car, I dare say there are a …£150 a month is nothing for a nice new premium car, I dare say there are a few people spend more per month on booze, fags and Sky TV. This makes you look much posher.


Well there is the significant upfront cost too. £2580 is hefty starting point.
ezzer7216/04/2020 13:55

I'm famously (on this site ) not a fan of German cars generally, but …I'm famously (on this site ) not a fan of German cars generally, but that aside, these things are minging - definitely only bought/leased for the badge. If it was from a brand with less 'kudos' they wouldn't be able to give them away.


Agreed. Almost as bad as the BMW 2 series.
Audi Qashqai
Ugly
It's not ugly, just odd and a bit dull.
ezzer7216/04/2020 15:23

It's not the diesel thing - if it was, the lease would have to cost more …It's not the diesel thing - if it was, the lease would have to cost more to cover the additional depreciation.


Oh come on do you know anyone, except perhaps a long distance motorway slogger, who'd prefer a diesel? The world's moved on and if you want to shift diesels now you have to discount them really heavily.
SteHuz9016/04/2020 13:34

This is more than the average person drives annually in the UK.


Lies, Damn lies & statistics.

The average (mean) mileage is around 7900 in the UK, which means that 8k on your lease just about suits the average driver.

Another way to look at it is that 50% of drivers would exceed this mileage.

Factor in that there are a whole host of people who drive very little at all..they skew the stats further.

If you were to look at the average mileage for drivers who drive regularly, you would be looking at 12k - 14k miles per annum, depending on how you define this group.

And if you were to calculate an annual mileage that was sufficient for 66% of the population, you'd find the range would be similar.

So 8k miles on a lease is not very good for most drivers.
DonDraper16/04/2020 18:55

Oh come on do you know anyone, except perhaps a long distance motorway …Oh come on do you know anyone, except perhaps a long distance motorway slogger, who'd prefer a diesel? The world's moved on and if you want to shift diesels now you have to discount them really heavily.


You are quite right that demand has shifted away from diesels, but if this thing would be so worthless in 2 years, how do they make this deal happen?
cjmuk200816/04/2020 19:05

Lies, Damn lies & statistics. The average (mean) mileage is around 7900 in …Lies, Damn lies & statistics. The average (mean) mileage is around 7900 in the UK, which means that 8k on your lease just about suits the average driver.Another way to look at it is that 50% of drivers would exceed this mileage.Factor in that there are a whole host of people who drive very little at all..they skew the stats further. If you were to look at the average mileage for drivers who drive regularly, you would be looking at 12k - 14k miles per annum, depending on how you define this group.And if you were to calculate an annual mileage that was sufficient for 66% of the population, you'd find the range would be similar.So 8k miles on a lease is not very good for most drivers.


If you are driving more than average, either for commuting or business purposes, it should be worth your while financially to do so. You shouldn't have to travel too far to a minimum wage job for instance, just get one closer to home.

If you do the miles and therefore earn the money, pay the higher price on your lease, simple.
DonDraper16/04/2020 18:55

Oh come on do you know anyone, except perhaps a long distance motorway …Oh come on do you know anyone, except perhaps a long distance motorway slogger, who'd prefer a diesel? The world's moved on and if you want to shift diesels now you have to discount them really heavily.



The biggest manufacturer in the world is knocking out diesels in pretty much all ranges of their cars. There are still a lot being bought and sold. The latest S6/7 is a V6 diesel turbo. Do you think 5,6,7 series BMs and Merc C/E class are heavily discounted because they cant be sold?
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