Audi RS3 Sportback 2.5 TFSI 400 Quattro S-tronic - £498.04pm (3+35 Lease), 8KPA, £0 admin £18925.52 @ Uchoose Contracts
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Audi RS3 Sportback 2.5 TFSI 400 Quattro S-tronic - £498.04pm (3+35 Lease), 8KPA, £0 admin £18925.52 @ Uchoose Contracts

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Found 14th Oct
£1494.12 initial rental and 35 payments of £498.04 with 8k miles per annum.

Expecting a lot of car lease haters to shoot down this deal but realistically you will not find this a penny cheaper elsewhere. The initial rental is pennies in comparison to the 4k-6k you will find elsewhere with a hefty monthly sum.

All prices are inclusive of VAT.

With a 2.5 TSFI engine, transmitting up to 400PS, the RS 3 Saloon reaches 0-62mph in a mere 4.1 seconds. The quattro four-wheel-drive technology, RS sports suspension and an RS braking system lend a helping hand to give you a truly intense driving experience.

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ezzer726 m ago

You pay over £525 per month for an S3??


Ridiculous money for a phone that is

suspected_psycho8 m ago

Amazing offer, I pay more for my S3!

You pay over £525 per month for an S3??

Toon_army1 h, 38 m ago

Absolutely love these cars, my mate just got one in that nardo grey colour …Absolutely love these cars, my mate just got one in that nardo grey colour I think its called and wow what a car! I would of got one myself but bought a new Focud RS

My sister's friend's hairdressers next door neighbour parked next to one one and said it was mint, I think
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I pay a fair bit less for my XF, with a much better mileage allowance, and the same 3+35 term.
Granted not the power output of this, but mine is fully loaded with plenty of toys.

Nice motor though

Amazing offer, I pay more for my S3!

antmatz11 m ago

I pay a fair bit less for my XF, with a much better mileage allowance, and …I pay a fair bit less for my XF, with a much better mileage allowance, and the same 3+35 term.Granted not the power output of this, but mine is fully loaded with plenty of toys. Nice motor though

Apples and oranges. Ive got a fully kitted out civic which I pay considerably less for.

suspected_psycho8 m ago

Amazing offer, I pay more for my S3!

You pay over £525 per month for an S3??

ezzer726 m ago

You pay over £525 per month for an S3??


Ridiculous money for a phone that is

20K? Do I keep the car at the end?

Original Poster

Usual comments. I think we need to appreciate this car has a value of circa 50k and given that, this lease is good value for money. For somebody in the market for an RS3 this is a great deal - hence the reason I posted it
Edited by: "calum.c" 14th Oct

rodman27 m ago

20K? Do I keep the car at the end?


Considernig the list price of these new starts at 44K and generally lose 40-50% of value over 3 years. This deal probably works out better than owning the car outright, if you like a new car after 3 years...

Absolutely love these cars, my mate just got one in that nardo grey colour I think its called and wow what a car! I would of got one myself but bought a new Focud RS

A good car and a good deal for this car. However a £45k hatchback is always going to have limited appeal on a site like this.

Nice car, but very popular with the local light fingered brigade around Manchester.(skeptical)

Toon_army1 h, 38 m ago

Absolutely love these cars, my mate just got one in that nardo grey colour …Absolutely love these cars, my mate just got one in that nardo grey colour I think its called and wow what a car! I would of got one myself but bought a new Focud RS

My sister's friend's hairdressers next door neighbour parked next to one one and said it was mint, I think

Toon_army6 h, 52 m ago

Absolutely love these cars, my mate just got one in that nardo grey colour …Absolutely love these cars, my mate just got one in that nardo grey colour I think its called and wow what a car! I would of got one myself but bought a new Focud RS


What you actually chose to buy a Dagenham dustbin

Biggunspaul9 m ago

What you actually chose to buy a Dagenham dustbin


Much prefer a focus RS over this hyped up Germobile. Mind - if we're using out-of-date stereotypes:
That would make this is an old Grandad-wagon
Edited by: "118luke" 15th Oct

Biggunspaul1 h, 20 m ago

What you actually chose to buy a Dagenham dustbin


Lol, I just love them... But everybody has their own taste. Plus when the mk2 came out I never got a chance to buy one so mk3 was a must.
I sold the car a couple of months ago to fund my a business venture, looking GTR next.


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118luke5 h, 16 m ago

Much prefer a focus RS over this hyped up Germobile. Mind - if we're using …Much prefer a focus RS over this hyped up Germobile. Mind - if we're using out-of-date stereotypes:That would make this is an old Grandad-wagon


RS never compares to an RS3. RS3 as a daily is a machine. RS good for the track and it’s a poor mans RS3. The interior on the RS is hideous in comparison to this. It’s just the truth.

Toon_army9 h, 9 m ago

Lol, I just love them... But everybody has their own taste. Plus when the …Lol, I just love them... But everybody has their own taste. Plus when the mk2 came out I never got a chance to buy one so mk3 was a must.I sold the car a couple of months ago to fund my a business venture, looking GTR next.[Image]


IMO they look too boring compared to the MK2 and far too much like the cheaper ST,but the MK2 RS was let down by FWD and low power for the size of engine.That said,the RS3 looks as dull as dishwater,but that seems to be the way most of these sports cars are going for some reason,I prefer a sports car to stand out and look the part,not to blend in with all the other run of the mill cars.

Also didn't like the fact the Ford done things on they cheap,like putting Brembo brakes on the front but not on the rear.

Now the GTR is a proper car,it has the power and looks,also looking to buy one as our next car,and if that falls through then it may be the Merc A45 AMG,but again,it's a bit boring to look at.

Only cheaper sports car that has the sort of looks I like is the Civic Type R,but is let down by low power and FWD,for me there just doesn't seem to be really anything that ticks the box for loud looks and decent performance and AWD.
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 15th Oct

118luke9 h, 58 m ago

Much prefer a focus RS over this hyped up Germobile. Mind - if we're using …Much prefer a focus RS over this hyped up Germobile. Mind - if we're using out-of-date stereotypes:That would make this is an old Grandad-wagon


I'm not keen on the RS3 myself,as said above,it looks dull on the outside due to it being a reps car,but the interior is very nice.

Only if they had the saloon. I would have been all over it. Thats a sexy car.

Biggunspaul1 h, 6 m ago

IMO they look too boring compared to the MK2 and far too much like the …IMO they look too boring compared to the MK2 and far too much like the cheaper ST,but the MK2 RS was let down by FWD and low power for the size of engine.That said,the RS3 looks as dull as dishwater,but that seems to be the way most of these sports cars are going for some reason,I prefer a sports car to stand out and look the part,not to blend in with all the other run of the mill cars.Also didn't like the fact the Ford done things on they cheap,like putting Brembo brakes on the front but not on the rear.Now the GTR is a proper car,it has the power and looks,also looking to buy one as our next car,and if that falls through then it may be the Merc A45 AMG,but again,it's a bit boring to look at.Only cheaper sports car that has the sort of looks I like is the Civic Type R,but is let down by low power and FWD,for me there just doesn't seem to be really anything that ticks the box for loud looks and decent performance and AWD.


A45 is awesome choice, I looked at them before the Focus. I sold mine just at the right time, people have been getting worried about the current engine issues and selling them before they go. The garage that bought mine have knocked £3k off the price they first advertised it for and looks like they won't make a penny unless its taken on with finance.
I'm in no rush for a new car, I've a run about until something takes my fancy.

Toon_army4 h, 5 m ago

A45 is awesome choice, I looked at them before the Focus. I sold mine just …A45 is awesome choice, I looked at them before the Focus. I sold mine just at the right time, people have been getting worried about the current engine issues and selling them before they go. The garage that bought mine have knocked £3k off the price they first advertised it for and looks like they won't make a penny unless its taken on with finance.I'm in no rush for a new car, I've a run about until something takes my fancy.


Yeah the issues with the RS engines are are a bit worrying,especially when they are not putting out massive amounts of power,I certainly wouldn't fancy modifying one.

from what I've read Ford replace the engines without too much fuss,but i still would like the though of my new pride and job being pulled apart,and then i would be worried the second the warranty runs out.They would have been better sticking with the old Volvo lump and just tuning that,plus IMO it sounded better.

What made you go for the RS over the A45 ?
Edited by: "Biggunspaul" 15th Oct

Biggunspaul15 h, 49 m ago

Yeah the issues with the RS engines are are a bit worrying,especially when …Yeah the issues with the RS engines are are a bit worrying,especially when they are not putting out massive amounts of power,I certainly wouldn't fancy modifying one.from what I've read Ford replace the engines without too much fuss,but i still would like the though of my new pride and job being pulled apart,and then i would be worried the second the warranty runs out.They would have been better sticking with the old Volvo lump and just tuning that,plus IMO it sounded better.What made you go for the RS over the A45 ?


There's quite a few a45's round here some stealth with no Aero pack and others with it. So I thought I'd go for the rare one, still theres only one RS I know of round here and never leaves his drive.
My plan was to buy a c63 but the one I went to see was a total dog, the garage just appologised for wasting my time, I'm sure its still for sale lol.
I'd still have an a45 there quality little cars with everything you'd need in a hot hatch, cheeky remap and wowza!

calum.c14th Oct

Usual comments. I think we need to appreciate this car has a value of …Usual comments. I think we need to appreciate this car has a value of circa 50k and given that, this lease is good value for money. For somebody in the market for an RS3 this is a great deal - hence the reason I posted it


Curious you posted "but realistically you will not find this a penny cheaper elsewhere". It is ironically available cheaper elsewhere:

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m5rcc1 h, 18 m ago

Curious you posted "but realistically you will not find this a penny …Curious you posted "but realistically you will not find this a penny cheaper elsewhere". It is ironically available cheaper elsewhere:[Image]


Yet ironically you've not linked a) a cheaper deal or b) a deal from elsewhere

DancinMike8 m ago

Yet ironically you've not linked a) a cheaper deal or b) a deal from …Yet ironically you've not linked a) a cheaper deal or b) a deal from elsewhere


It is cheaper. Check again.

m5rcc16th Oct

It is cheaper. Check again.


You posted the exact same deal

MrBThatsMe2 h, 17 m ago

You posted the exact same deal


Check again...(9+35) ≠ (3+35)
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