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BMW X1 sDrive20i M Sport 5dr Step Auto - £265.75 Inc. VAT x 35 months (Initial Payment £2,391.75 Inc. VAT) @ What Car Leasing
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BMW X1 sDrive20i M Sport 5dr Step Auto - £265.75 Inc. VAT x 35 months (Initial Payment £2,391.75 Inc. VAT) @ What Car Leasing

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Posted 24th Jun

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Bargain ha ha ha
Stone cold
Terrible deal
m5rcc24/06/2019 18:24

Poor deal.£494.19 cheaper on a like-for-like term here.


Can you share the link???
chat2hem24/06/2019 18:36

Can you share the link???


Did you not see the hyperlink with the original comment?
m5rcc24/06/2019 18:36

Did you not see the hyperlink with the original comment?


Worked fine now thanks
m5rcc24/06/2019 18:24

Poor deal.£494.19 cheaper on a like-for-like term here.


Good deal
m5rcc24/06/2019 18:56

Well better. Not amazing though. £11,397.60 or £316.60/net/mth is the l …Well better. Not amazing though. £11,397.60 or £316.60/net/mth is the lease price.You can buy it outright for £28,336.Car will have a predicted residual value of £13,575.Cost of ownership comes at £14,761 (albeit with the assumption you do 10k miles/annually as opposed to the lease of 8k miles)

Endless searching, one day I will find that perfect premium SUV deal - it’s knowing if you should lease or buy something 2 or 3 years old because it’s all relative when you look at depreciation. buying that right deal.
leehall0924/06/2019 19:07

Endless searching, one day I will find that perfect premium SUV deal - …Endless searching, one day I will find that perfect premium SUV deal - it’s knowing if you should lease or buy something 2 or 3 years old because it’s all relative when you look at depreciation. buying that right deal.


Sure - but this lease comes in at 40.22% of cost, so it's a no. Some apply a 25% rule, so if you can beat that, then you have a good deal.
I remember in the 80's when a lot of people had to rent their TV and video. We seemed then to become a richer nation, moving past living on HP. In who’s interest is it for people to rent their car? I doubt it’s in our interest.
m5rcc24/06/2019 19:10

Sure - but this lease comes in at 40.22% of cost, so it's a no. Some apply …Sure - but this lease comes in at 40.22% of cost, so it's a no. Some apply a 25% rule, so if you can beat that, then you have a good deal.


How to calculate this % ? Can you guide
chat2hem24/06/2019 19:55

How to calculate this % ? Can you guide


Cost of the lease over the discounted/best price to buy outright.
sean856624/06/2019 19:28

I remember in the 80's when a lot of people had to rent their TV and …I remember in the 80's when a lot of people had to rent their TV and video. We seemed then to become a richer nation, moving past living on HP. In who’s interest is it for people to rent their car? I doubt it’s in our interest.


In the 80s, TVs, videos and electronic goods were relatively much more expensive than they are now - their affordability now is mainly thanks to cheaper foreign imports, mostly from China these days. This hasn't really been great news for those working in manufacturing in this country over the past 35 years.
So, the premise of your question doesn't totally make sense, and there is no definitive right or wrong way to pay for having a car outside your house - it's horses for courses.
M_z24/06/2019 20:59

In the 80s, TVs, videos and electronic goods were relatively much more …In the 80s, TVs, videos and electronic goods were relatively much more expensive than they are now - their affordability now is mainly thanks to cheaper foreign imports, mostly from China these days. This hasn't really been great news for those working in manufacturing in this country over the past 35 years.So, the premise of your question doesn't totally make sense, and there is no definitive right or wrong way to pay for having a car outside your house - it's horses for courses.


In the long term, isn’t owning almost always better than rent? Do the car manufactures want you to own your car, when that might mean that you don’t pay them again for another 8-10 years? They would surely prefer a system where you paid them every 3 year? This is another PPI scandal in the making.
sean856624/06/2019 21:41

In the long term, isn’t owning almost always better than rent? Do the car m …In the long term, isn’t owning almost always better than rent? Do the car manufactures want you to own your car, when that might mean that you don’t pay them again for another 8-10 years? They would surely prefer a system where you paid them every 3 year? This is another PPI scandal in the making.


It's not in any way comparable with PPI - that was an insurance policy which mis-sold to customers taking out loans. 'Better' for one person might be cheaper, for another or might be fixed costs over a set period - horses for courses.
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