C300h Saloon 2.1 AMG Line Premium Auto Lease (24M 8K PA £8627.66) @ Gateway2lease
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C300h Saloon 2.1 AMG Line Premium Auto Lease (24M 8K PA £8627.66) @ Gateway2lease

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Posted 14th Dec 2017
Greater than £41K OTR

100g CO2 / Km

Very Very Plush motor for not much more than a new standard family care would depreciate over the same term
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Initial payment 9 x £263.99 = £2375.89
Monthly 23 x £263.99 = £6071.77
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retro_pie21 m ago

Cold. Only 8k miles I need 14k


Hardly cold for those who do 8k mate ... I do 30k a year but it doesn’t make this deal cold. Voted hot to even it up
monkey_uk14/12/2017 18:17

Here's the monthly payments, as OP was too lazy to include them:Business …Here's the monthly payments, as OP was too lazy to include them:Business Contract HireAll Business Prices Exclude VATInitial of£1,979.91+ VAT followed by23 x£219.99+ VAT per monthPersonal Contract HireAll Personal Prices Include VATInitial of£2,375.89inc VAT followed by23 x£263.99inc VAT per month



Total ££ is what most folks are interested in...but thanks for doing the donkey work
Here's the monthly payments, as OP was too lazy to include them:

Business Contract Hire
All Business Prices Exclude VAT

Initial of

£1,979.91

+ VAT followed by

23 x

£219.99

+ VAT per month
Personal Contract Hire
All Personal Prices Include VAT

Initial of

£2,375.89

inc VAT followed by

23 x

£263.99

inc VAT per month
delboyd14/12/2017 18:58

I'd disagree - Couldn't care less about total...


What? It's absolutely essential to understand the total cost over the term :/
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Besford16 h, 31 m ago

That's probably a factor but the real problem is a rear wheel drive car …That's probably a factor but the real problem is a rear wheel drive car with wide (and probably wrong type for winter) tyres - they just float on the top. Narrower tyres are better as they cut through the slippery stuff slightly more (I wonder if a BMW i3 is good for that reason?). Front wheel drive tends to have more of the weight over the driving wheels so a bit better again.


Well, it is the factor. How do you think German taxis get around in Germany with zero problems in winter?


Besford16 h, 31 m ago

Add (in many cases) drivers who have no idea how to make the best of what …Add (in many cases) drivers who have no idea how to make the best of what they've got and you have a recipe for gridlock.


Goes down to idiocy and lack of driving education. Some think full power will get them out of trouble.


Besford16 h, 31 m ago

Winter tyres would be a good idea but in this country it's hard to justify …Winter tyres would be a good idea but in this country it's hard to justify cost and time swopping them for a few days/weeks a year. They have to be stored too.


There's no need for winter tyres. Just get a set of Michelin CrossClimates and leave them on all year round. They transform the ride and steering feel, reduces road noise, no penalty in fuel economy, tyres last about 25,000 miles, excellent in mud and as good as full winter tyres in snow.


Besford16 h, 31 m ago

My vehicle is permanent four wheel drive and has been very good, though …My vehicle is permanent four wheel drive and has been very good, though still the tyres are more about the appearance than real world performance (245 x 20 with road treads). No low range but If I select the snow setting it softens the throttle response so it's far less likely that the wheels will spin.A neighbour got his Merc off his drive into the gutter and spent the next two hours digging to get it back onto his property again!


You're part of the problem then! The amount of 4x4s I see with low-profile tyres/wrong tyres going nowhere last week was incredible.
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