BMW M140i Shadow Edition - Auto Business lease 24 monthly payments of £197.45 - initial rental £1777.05  - £199 +VAT admin fee - £6714.85 Freedom Vehicle Contracts
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BMW M140i Shadow Edition - Auto Business lease 24 monthly payments of £197.45 - initial rental £1777.05 - £199 +VAT admin fee - £6714.85 Freedom Vehicle Contracts

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Found 5th FebEdited by:"rayaan.shaikh"
Not a bad deal on this beast!

8k miles/annum
initial rental £1777.05
23 monthly payments of £197.45
£199 +VAT admin fee
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Is this all plus vat?
Yeah all plus vat.
That's a good deal ..too small for me 40st
Essentially £6.5k for 2 years motoring, against a £33k car. Given that's it's a business lease and thus doesn't include VAT - it's not much of a deal IMO.
£8044 with VAT. Or £335 per month
£2,320.29 initial and then £257.81pm when adding the VAT
Broadsword4 m ago

Is this all plus vat?


Nope, as it's a business user deal.
Trane12 m ago

Nope, as it's a business user deal.


Yep, because HUKD is not a business portal
Its not really much of a deal cold
kimonoo9 m ago

Yep, because HUKD is not a business portal


Its a business deal - if you use half/half you can reclaim 50% of the VAT
Trane24 m ago

Essentially £6.5k for 2 years motoring, against a £33k car. Given that's i …Essentially £6.5k for 2 years motoring, against a £33k car. Given that's it's a business lease and thus doesn't include VAT - it's not much of a deal IMO.


Correction - £36315 car. This is the shadow edition, not a basic spec M140i
rayaan.shaikh2 m ago

Correction - £36315 car. This is the shadow edition, not a basic spec M140i


Still, it's not much of a deal.
Trane3 m ago

Still, it's not much of a deal.


Try finding it cheaper elsewhere like for like
rayaan.shaikh22 m ago

Correction - £36315 car. This is the shadow edition, not a basic spec M140i


That's the RRP not what a dealer will sell you one for :-)
Scorpion1 m ago

That's the RRP not what a dealer will sell you one for :-)


True but BMW still takes in excess of £280 per month like for like
The initial payment is the first month's payment. You only pay a further 23 payments, not 24 as stated so its:

1777.05 + (197.45 x 23) +199 =£6517.40 or £7820.88 including Vat
Bagey1 m ago

The initial payment is the first month's payment. You only pay a further …The initial payment is the first month's payment. You only pay a further 23 payments, not 24 as stated so its:1777.05 + (197.45 x 23) +199 =£6517.40 or £7820.88 including Vat


Yep true, should be 23 monthly payments
Not a bad deal for the car at the moment. You would loose more than £7800 in 2 years with depreciation on a new one. Don't forget, the road tax is included with a lease car. Plus no hassle selling. Just hand it back.
If you bought this car you'd be stung with an initial £500 car tax bill plus £140 for the second year. A 2 year old one of these is going for around £20000. It's much much cheaper to lease than buy new and take the depreciation. Hot. Hot. Hot.
Trane1 h, 30 m ago

Nope, as it's a business user deal.


So you mean yes then? It is plus vat
Broadsword1 m ago

So you mean yes then? It is plus vat


Its a business deal - you don't pay VAT if you're using it for business with no private use. You can claim back some VAT if using the car for some personal use. How is that difficult to understand?!
Broadsword12 m ago

So you mean yes then? It is plus vat


I did indeed - I tied myself up in a knot there
If there’s the option to pay the VAT and get this as a personal lease, this is hot! This same car was posted about a week ago for £7942 over the 2 year period, same mileage. It got 300ish heat. If I’ve done my maths right, this works out as £7820 over the same period.
If you can find a cheaper way to have this car over 2 years then please let us know, otherwise how can it be cold?
If it appreciates in value buy it.



If it depreciates in value lease it.
Edited by: "mittromney" 5th Feb
rayaan.shaikh1 h, 2 m ago

Its a business deal - you don't pay VAT if you're using it for business …Its a business deal - you don't pay VAT if you're using it for business with no private use. You can claim back some VAT if using the car for some personal use. How is that difficult to understand?!


I'm a 15 year qualified FCA. Really easy to understand. What seems to be difficult is knowing that this is not hotukbusinessdeals.

Post the cost inc vat or at least quote plus vat. Simple
Cheaper at Central UK Lease I tried posting deal but hukd have blocked any deals from that company
Broadsword51 m ago

I'm a 15 year qualified FCA. Really easy to understand. What seems to be …I'm a 15 year qualified FCA. Really easy to understand. What seems to be difficult is knowing that this is not hotukbusinessdeals. Post the cost inc vat or at least quote plus vat. Simple


Its also not hotuknobusinessdeals

Its clearly stated as a business deal in the title

good with numbers, maybe not so much with reading?
Not my cold deal though is it? Maybe put some effort in rather than try to make it look better than it is. It's not makro mate
Broadsword3 m ago

Not my cold deal though is it? Maybe put some effort in rather than try to …Not my cold deal though is it? Maybe put some effort in rather than try to make it look better than it is. It's not makro mate


Its one of the cheapest deals going at the moment so I dont really know why its that cold. We're talking about a 3.0l inline 6, not a 4 pot bog standard 1 series here
Because you haven't posted the costs with vat. Most here are after personal leases. So easy to post both business and personal.
Broadsword1 m ago

Because you haven't posted the costs with vat. Most here are after …Because you haven't posted the costs with vat. Most here are after personal leases. So easy to post both business and personal.


I only joined a week ago, how am I supposed to know that lol
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Can someone please explain what is meant by ‘business Deal’? Do you have to own a business? Or if you’re simply using car to travel to and back from work does that count? Thanks in adv
deleted10904895th Feb

Can someone please explain what is meant by ‘business Deal’? Do you have to …Can someone please explain what is meant by ‘business Deal’? Do you have to own a business? Or if you’re simply using car to travel to and back from work does that count? Thanks in adv


You have to be using it solely for business use. For example sales reps going to different places. One place of work wouldn't count as business use - it's commuting.
There are similar deals going on this for PCH (not business).
The criteria from Alphabet (the financier, owned by BMW) is a ballache;

1. Get a Company Car allowance (NOT a mileage allowance)
2. Own a company
3. Send them a copy of your employment contract showing that you get (1)

Loophole is available
rayaan.shaikh5th Feb

Its a business deal - you don't pay VAT if you're using it for business …Its a business deal - you don't pay VAT if you're using it for business with no private use. You can claim back some VAT if using the car for some personal use. How is that difficult to understand?!


Hmm I need to speak to your accountant who do you use. Mine has advised me plenty of times that it would be difficult for most people to claim only business use for cars. Especially this car..unless your a driving instructor
rayaan.shaikh5th Feb

Its also not hotuknobusinessdealsIts clearly stated as a business deal in …Its also not hotuknobusinessdealsIts clearly stated as a business deal in the title good with numbers, maybe not so much with reading?


Am I the only one who read this (admittedly now old) post as Hot u knob?
LOL_is_stupid7th Feb

There are similar deals going on this for PCH (not business).The criteria …There are similar deals going on this for PCH (not business).The criteria from Alphabet (the financier, owned by BMW) is a ballache;1. Get a Company Car allowance (NOT a mileage allowance)2. Own a company3. Send them a copy of your employment contract showing that you get (1)Loophole is available


Hey, would appreciate a heads up on this as its the only thing holding me back
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