Audi S8 4.0TFSI Quattro - 512bhp - heated leather sports seats, sat nav, BOSE sound system, parking sensors/camera, 20 inch alloys, phone prep & more - 10,000 miles pa - £2880 deposit & £480 per month £13933.00 @ Fleetprices
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Audi S8 4.0TFSI Quattro - 512bhp - heated leather sports seats, sat nav, BOSE sound system, parking sensors/camera, 20 inch alloys, phone prep & more - 10,000 miles pa - £2880 deposit & £480 per month £13933.00 @ Fleetprices

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Found 25th Jul 2015
£81,000 list price. 0-62mph in 4.0s.

Depreciation over 2 years for this car, if bought outright, is £25k-£45k (depending on the price you paid). Total cost of lease over same period is under £14k.

Amazing performance and a great spec. Monthly rentals for this car are usually well over £1200.

24 month Personal Contract Hire
1st monthly rental - £2882.88
23 monthly payments of £480.48

Total payable over 2 years - £13,933.92. Equivalent to £580.58 per month.

Not a misprice as these offers are present on other brokers' websites - this seems to be the best deal with the 10k mileage allowance pa.

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Original Poster

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So much car for the money, hot!

superb. hot hot deal.

thats a lot of very nice brand new car for £580 month

Incredible deal! 15k would suit me better though but not bad

karlie88



Exactly why I wouldn't even remotely consider buying one new....losing nigh on £35k in one year ain't exactly top of the pops!

Does about 35 miles per gallon. That's gallons of engine oil, not fuel!
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 25th Jul 2015

very cheap.

hawt

Great value for the car! Well worth the money

Great deal. However I would lose my licence within a month or si.!

Audi are fast acquiring the same reputation as Jaguar did in the '60s. Powerful, sleek, sexy, highly technically advanced and reassuringly expensive...but basically unreliable tat that spends far too long in the garage being fixed.

"my mother always used to say this is too much car for me to handle...."

Wow, I'm more interested in that 4 year old price Time to start saving!

Haha, called the 'Obey Tailgate' as opposed to 'Audi A8' on GTA V... Chuckle every time I see one now.

Wow! Hope this is about in about 3 months once my house has gone through

Hope this about in 8 years when my mortgage is over.

Hawt!

Then an RS8 drives pass

Top spec so the full suite of things that can, and will, go wrong!

ezzer72

Top spec so the full suite of things that can, and will, go wrong!



But you don't own it, they'll go wrong when you give it back, what's wrong with you?

The site lists BOSE sound system etc as optional extras. Have you listed it as standard?

...and another £480 per month insurance, I imagine oO

Original Poster

merb0786

The site lists BOSE sound system etc as optional extras. Have you listed … The site lists BOSE sound system etc as optional extras. Have you listed it as standard?



It's standard.

See here: http://www.audi.co.uk/new-cars/a8/s8.html

Under 'audio and communication' you'll see: 'BOSE® surround sound system'.

I think the lease site should reflect that

oliverreed

But you don't own it, they'll go wrong when you give it back, what's … But you don't own it, they'll go wrong when you give it back, what's wrong with you?



My idea of fun isn't spending £600 per month to sit on the hard shoulder waiting for brightly coloured vans with orange flashing lights on the roof - if that's your hobby, no probs, enjoy.

Original Poster

merb0786

I think the lease site should reflect that



It's under Fleet Price's list of optional extras but next to 'BOSE sound system' it says 'no cost'.

Seems to me that the real cost of new cars is reflected in the lease cost and not the sticker price. Is there anybody out there that would pay anywhere near the sticker price if it's their own money? Over 2 years a car in this class would lose somewhere around a quarter to a third of it's new price (over 3 years it's nearly always been about half value), so that would put this car's realistic new cost at somewhere between 42-56k - vastly less than the sticker price.

Wow £25000 depreciation in first year, crazy. Not a bad deal on the whole. Heat OP.

If anyone thinks I'm being particularly beastly to The Hun, here's just one of many examples I can point to...
carbuyer.co.uk/new…udi

Does this Audi come with indicators?

I'd rather push my Alfa ...

Cheaper from my local butcher

so are Audi's not that good then these days.

If that's the car you are after then it's a pretty good deal so voted hot.

I recently 'downgraded' my somewhat expensive to run top spec Audio A6 that I only used to travel to work for a run of the mill puddle jumper. People are overly interested in looking like they are successful so waste money on a car that most likely will only be used to get from A to B and not be used for long Sunday drives on some windy's.

Save your hard earned cash and enjoy your life on things that actually matter. Well that's what I've recently realised. Each to their own of course.

I have £3000 - could anyone extend the depreciation graph a little ?

Daveydoo

Does this Audi come with indicators?



​says the vauxhall plank who doesn't indicate

Between mercedes bmw and audi, guess who takes the lead in most breakdowns? Yes you have it right it is indeed audi.
For the record I only drive Japanese cars

kidrock123

"my mother always used to say this is too much car for me to handle...."



Listen I'm not your mother, I'm your partner (fellow HKUD member who also has the same taste in movies).
Buy the car! DHOO IT!!! Yeah.... DHOOO IT!!!

karlie88



What site is this taken from please ?

Original Poster

amitjajoo

What site is this taken from please ?



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