Anyone sign up for this lease deal?
That’s also usually not true - replacement vehicle provision usually states that you must be the registered keeper, which you aren’t in a lease deal. The finance house is the registered keeper.
You’re right that the GAP usually covers from the market value up to the outstanding payments. But the outstanding payments are usually less than the market value. Because lease profiles basically make you pay for the depreciation over the years you lease the car for, it means 9/10 times the market value is more the outstanding payments. So there’s no GAP. In actual fact, motor insurers usually save money because the outstanding payments are less than the market value, so they pay out less than they would if you owned the car.
Another option - Evoque 2.0 D150 4WD 5dr Automatic Narvik black or fuji white 9+35 with 8,000 miles p.a. initial rental - £2,745.00 inc vat monthly rental - £305.00
2 Wheel Drive 150bhp in something that weighs 1.75 tonnes is going to be dog slow, hence the 10 second 0-60 times. You would have to be nuts to buy something this boring just to get the poncy image. I am not against leases, we have a PCP but this is not a good car to buy. 85bhp per tonne is going to feel very very slow and embarrassing when you get overtaken by a Fiat 500.