Car Lease - Audi A3 Hatchback 1.4 TFSI Sport 3dr (£167.02 Inc VAT x 24 ) +(360 processing Fee) + (9+23 £1503 initial payment) = £5704.46for 24 month lease @ V4B 8k miles
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Car Lease - Audi A3 Hatchback 1.4 TFSI Sport 3dr (£167.02 Inc VAT x 24 ) +(360 processing Fee) + (9+23 £1503 initial payment) = £5704.46for 24 month lease @ V4B 8k miles

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Found 28th Jun 2016
This is for the new 66 plate Audi A3 3dr in September which has a new face lift - Sports model comes with sports suspension, Bluetooth, SD Sat Nav, Cruise Control, 17'' Alloys.

Admin fee £360
Initial Payment £1503.14 incl VAT

monthly payments of £167.02 for 23 months

Total of £704.46
YOU WILL NOT OWN THE CAR AT THE END, this is a Personal Contract hire for 24 Months

8k Miles , can pay for more
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You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?
nitro228

You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall … You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?


This isn't about getting a 10 year old vauxhall - this is for people that want to drive an audi
nitro228

You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall … You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?



Because the Vauxhall wont work
nitro228

You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall … You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?



You can get 6 "still fresh" oranges in Morrison's reduced for 90p instead of the 5 Pink lady apples for £2.50 you went in for... if you want an apple, then you'll need to pay for apples. If you think... well I don't mind oranges, and they're cheaper you can buy the oranges, but when you get home and one is all fousty inside and you get the boke and want to throw them all away, you'll regret not buying the apples.


The Audi will be brand new. If anything goes wrong, it's under warranty. It's probably nicer to be in and have nice gadgets inside. If you're willing to pay for it then great. You might want to buy the second hand Vauxhall, it could turn out to be a lemon and you could fork out more in maintenance and repairs, so after you factor that in and the resale after 2 years of a second hand Vauxhall and any maintenance / repair costs then you may not actually be any cheaper... and kinda wish you went for the Audi.

It's standar banter on these deals.

nitro228

You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall … You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?


Great deal too.
nitro228

You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall … You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?



Doh Audi!!!
Does it include indicators at this price? I know they cost more on Audi's (and apparently quite a lot more since no flecker ever gets them!!)
I'm thinking about getting a 500 pound car, any car with 12 months mot. Then I can drive it like I stole it, not care if someone opens their door onto it, curb the alloys etc! If it services past then, bonus.
Vorsprung durch Technik
JUSTANOTHERSTAR

Does it include indicators at this price? I know they cost more on Audi's … Does it include indicators at this price? I know they cost more on Audi's (and apparently quite a lot more since no flecker ever gets them!!)




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It looks a good price, but seriously, how much admin is involved to mean it costs £360
Even if they charge £36 p/h, that would mean it takes 10 hours to do the paperwork!!
RuudBullit

It looks a good price, but seriously, how much admin is involved to mean … It looks a good price, but seriously, how much admin is involved to mean it costs £360Even if they charge £36 p/h, that would mean it takes 10 hours to do the paperwork!!



From what I understand the admin fee is the only thing the lease company gets.
JUSTANOTHERSTAR

Does it include indicators at this price? I know they cost more on Audi's … Does it include indicators at this price? I know they cost more on Audi's (and apparently quite a lot more since no flecker ever gets them!!)



​but at least they should be wired up the right way round so you can indicate properly at roundabouts if you can bothered that is
RuudBullit

It looks a good price, but seriously, how much admin is involved to mean … It looks a good price, but seriously, how much admin is involved to mean it costs £360Even if they charge £36 p/h, that would mean it takes 10 hours to do the paperwork!!



​you think a garage admin could get the paperwork done that quickly?
Any pics of what this would look like? Not had much luck on Google.
RuudBullit

It looks a good price, but seriously, how much admin is involved to mean … It looks a good price, but seriously, how much admin is involved to mean it costs £360Even if they charge £36 p/h, that would mean it takes 10 hours to do the paperwork!!



​You have to bear in mind that there is work involved when you return the car and it then has to be sold. Plus it's another way for the company to 'reduce' the monthly payments
nitro228

You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall … You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?


Nitro228, I see the comedy if no one else does...
nitro228

You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall … You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?



http://www.drive.com.au/content/dam/images/1/4/r/d/u/image.gallery.articleLeadwide.620x349.14rel.png/1283443202333.jpg
rather try my luck in a bobsleigh for 2 years than put my fate in a 10 year old vauxhall
Any deals for car purchases not leaving?
ACIDFORUMS

Any deals for car purchases not leaving?



This is open to both Brexit and Remain customers. So no worries if you voted Remain, they won't be prejudiced.
Apologies, accidentally hit cold
Any deals that include insuarance for new drivers
cookietom

Apologies, accidentally hit cold


I've balanced you out
fishmaster

This is open to both Brexit and Remain customers. So no worries if you … This is open to both Brexit and Remain customers. So no worries if you voted Remain, they won't be prejudiced.

yawn,I
My wife has just ordered one of these (buying, not this deal) and the price was cheaper than the one that I bought in 1997! Really don't understand it.

My indicators, by the way, worked for the full 15 years that I had that car (as they do on the new one).

As an aside, these have 36 month free 4G access in the MMI system, but don't know what you can use it for besides the sat nav.
gali5

This is for the new 66 plate Audi A3 3dr in September which has a … This is for the new 66 plate Audi A3 3dr in September which has a new face lift - Sports model comes with sports suspension, Bluetooth, SD Sat Nav, Cruise Control, 17'' Alloys. Admin fee £360 Initial Payment £1503.14 incl VAT monthly payments of £167.02 for 24 months Total of £5871.62 YOU WILL NOT OWN THE CAR AT THE END, this is a Personal Contract hire for 24 Months 8k Miles , can pay for more



Should be an initial payment of £1503.14 + 23 payments of £167.02

So it's actually £5704.60
aymanhd

Should be an initial payment of £1503.14 + 23 payments of £167.02So it's a … Should be an initial payment of £1503.14 + 23 payments of £167.02So it's actually £5704.60



£237 per month seems a lot? How does it compare to a PCP deal?
Bane17

Any pics of what this would look like? Not had much luck on Google.



Think this is it, fairly minor facelift bringing it in line with the current Audi 'face'

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I'd like to be the muppet who will suggest buying a 20 year old ford for a fraction of the cost...so why bother with a new audi???
heat added lol
Never got a contract/lease car before... does the buyer have to pay for MOT/Tax/Insurance/Serving etc ?

Thanks in advance.
gragoyle

Never got a contract/lease car before... does the buyer have to pay for … Never got a contract/lease car before... does the buyer have to pay for MOT/Tax/Insurance/Serving etc ?Thanks in advance.


For this deal, No, No, Yes, Yes (unless specified in contract, which it isn't in this case)
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 29th Jun 2016
nitro228

You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall … You can get a nearly new (well 10 year old and mostly working) Vauxhall for half this money and you get to keep it. Why would you go for this?



because it would cost you a fortune in maintenance and lose half it's value in 2 years. For this you get a brand new car that's not going to break down and if it does, it won't cost you anything, plus you don't have to try sell it on autotrader for 3 months to a bunch of w***ers trying it on to get you to sell the car to them for nothing.

Leasing is the future
gragoyle

Never got a contract/lease car before... does the buyer have to pay for … Never got a contract/lease car before... does the buyer have to pay for MOT/Tax/Insurance/Serving etc ?Thanks in advance.



Just to add to the answer above.

The first MOT is due 3 years after the car is registered. Given this is a 24 month lease, you don't have to worry about any MOT's.
Not a bad deal, but the extras will kill you on leasing, esp 2 year deals. A3s don't even come with an auto-dimming interior mirror or park sensors as standard.

It's best to find a lease car that has a high standard spec that you don't need to add much to. For example with this car it will add £31 a month per £1k of options.
tonyyeb

£237 per month seems a lot? How does it compare to a PCP deal?



I have no idea - I was just pointing out the maths was wrong.

I got the Golf R Estate Lease Deal, so this seems very expensive in comparison to that... That was £267 a month.
It does have a lot more included than with the previous version (Xenons, DRL, MMI system) which would have cost another £2K. True, the rear parking is only standard on the SE version rather than the others.
German cars? No thanks, specially after last few days of German attitude towards GB...
Edited by: "jaques_kalis" 29th Jun 2016
jaques_kalis

German cars? No thanks, specially after last few days of German attitude … German cars? No thanks, specially after last few days of German attitude towards GB...




yeah...they started the world wars as well - lets not buy their cars
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