It's the value you receive out of it. If someone does 8k vs some who does 16k. The 16k is double the usage so unless they pay double the price, it is more cost effective for them. Spending 3.5k a year to travel 8k is 44p per mile - very expensive. Someone who spends day 4.5k a year to travel 16k is at 28p per mile. It's simply worse value to low mileage users.
Can’t seem to make the deal on the site... guessing it’s no longer running / available?
It’s a lovely looking car, but I tried one out in the showroom and couldn’t get out of the rear quick enough - that sloping roof makes it really difficult to get in/out, it really obstructs your view looking out, and I’m 5ft 10” and had to slump down in the seat so my head wasn’t touching the roof. It’s a claustrophobic nightmare! 😬
I returned an X5 yesterday ;( as a 2 year lease at 8k miles per year. I managed to do only 12k. I work full time, I drive to work, park the car, 8-10 hrs later drive back home and park for the night. Weekends might go out and do a few bits... Couple of long journeys in the year during a Bank Holiday weekend. My view: Pros - new car, flashy, no issues with mechanical, keeping up with the... Best thing is not having to take it to a garage and the headache that goes with second hand cars. Cons- expensive luxury, alloy repairs before giving it back and possible end of lease charges. Service charges are usually expensive for a German car. And for me especially, I had another 4k miles to do... So I lost out in the end
For those bothered about speed, this is 0-60mph in 8.7 secs. A Corsa VXR is faster than this.