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Volvo S90 18 Months lease for £5749.38 8K miles @ CVL
Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
Cost = (151.14*17)+3000+180=£5749.38 Value of car = £36805 (5749.38/ 36805) * 100 = 15.62% Only for 1 and half years but not bad even so.
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A bank is better than a safe if you want to stash all your money rather than enjoying it.


Volvo it is then! I recommend the R Design trim - the seats are amazing


Id rather keep the family safe thanks


Very sensible and you’re welcome.(flirt)


Sorry, I'll only drive city cars from now on. Thanks for putting me right.

24m Lease - Mercedes A Class SALOON A250 AMG LINE Auto  £275pm / £2400 upfront - Total £8,927.77 inc Fees @ Central Vehicle Leasing
30/06/2019Expires on 30/06/2019Posted 15th AprPosted 15th Apr
Lovely looking motor <3 This is for Oct/September delivery, assuming as it's a popular model. At 8k per annum I don't think it's too shabby at all. I appreciate some of you w… Read more

Care to share the best time please :D


I think you've got to keep scanning the top sites - good deals seem to ceom and go very quickly - a couple of weeks usually. End of quarters are best - so March, June, September, Decemeber


Sucks that most companies including Mercedes have the driver assistance as an optional extra. Seriously considering a new Corolla because assists are standard across the range.


All in, it's still an average A Class. £375 pm is terrible for a golf class car.


When is the best time to call and look for deals? Thanks

Mini Countryman Phev 1.5 Cooper S E All4 Sport Auto Lease - £6922.54 @ CVL
Posted 28th MarPosted 28th Mar
Spec: 18" John Cooper works alloysNavigation package, Heated Seats, Apple Carplay, Floor Mats, Real time Traffic info, Front centre armrest, John Cooper works ste… Read more

It takes 2 hours to charge and can only go 25 miles :|




How they call this a mini is beyond me, they are massive!


I ordered this model with 10k miles pa at the prices stated, same model but I don't think I got heated seats or nav ;(


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Volkswagen Passat Passat Saloon 1.5 TSI EVO 150 GT 4dr (Panoramic Roof) 2 years 8k per annum £5864.17 total - Central Vehicle Leasing
Posted 20th FebPosted 20th Feb
2 year lease 8K pa total price £5864.17 Contract Length 24 Months Initial Rental £2,400.00 inc VAT … Read more

No I took a 12+23 deal for GT dsg. £2,500 and £212/month for 20k miles. I think VW have closed the order book for the Passat with the facelift coming May and they are working through a big backlog of orders


Only just noticed this deal... I just got one from leasing options but it is the automatic. 1*35 at £277 with £199 processing fee at 12k miles per annum so £282 per month as a total average. This deal looks like it would work out about £268.34 per month for the manual over 24 months at 12k mileage per annum but that’s with the huge initial deposit (I know this would be slightly cheaper over a 36 month term so isn’t a true comparison). Did anyone take this deal and manage to pay 1+23, if so what price did you get?


Went with Leasehub as well.


Wow that’s quick, did you order via central? I only ask as I went with leasehub in the end as had better rate for my mileage


Ordered end of feb with 22 April delivery.

Seat Leon Leon Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO SE Dynamic (EZ) 5dr 24mo lease deal £4595.76 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
Posted 10th FebPosted 10th Feb
Seems a decent price this for a good spec Seat Leon 5dr vehicle. Price breakdown: £83.99 inc VAT per Month (SAVINGS £197.37 inc VAT) Contract Length 24 Months Initial Rental… Read more

Seat Colchester


Hmmm, from?


The deal I got is equivalent to 500 deposit and 160 a month, 10k miles a year and for 24 months. Seat Leon SE Dynamic.


My Hyundai i30 18 plate lease from Holdcroft is due to end in 5 months. I pay £100.80pm with an initial deposit of approx £500. Can’t find new deals anything close to this atm! ;( Any suggestions??? Hoping to extend but need to wait for Santander or something to call me! I doubt they’ll allow me to extend...


Yeah I think that's what we have to stick by. What VW says and they're saying there is no official fix for this rubbish. You'd think during testing and development that this would crop up but I guess on a statistical basis, it's still quite rare to occur and so VW won't issue a recall. That is odd. And the press that do ask questions seem content to take VW official answer on the matter. There's no questioning or pressure being put on VW to do something about it. I think it's still something that is happening on a relatively small scale is all I can think of. I'm more annoyed that people are still buying these cars without being fully informed to this ongoing issue at the point of sale. How can you decide fully if you want something that could potentially have issues that have been reported with it? My guess is that a lot of people would be seriously angry if they buy a model with this problem and there's already a history of it but they weren't told. Supposedly the ID from VW is going to be released later this year and will doing around 200 miles on charge at entry level. It's going to be priced aggressively around early £20k (still expensive I know!) and will around the size of a golf. The top of the range will do around 300 miles. You'll have to upgrade for better speed with the entry model coming with some restrictions. No word about how expensive the rest of the range is... Though I'm positive they'll under cut Tesla by a couple of K. It all comes down to their charging network. If there's enough of them around and the speed of charging is good enough, I can't see why people wouldn't buy them. No gearbox, good acceleration, great efficiency, less maintenance and cost and your car will improve over time with updates from VW like Tesla. I do wonder how manufacturers will work around cars not needing so much maintenance. The current model in place replies on consumers going to their dealerships for repairs and servicing.

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Volvo V90 Cross Country T5 AWD - 18 months - £3K + £191 p/m - Central UK Vehicle Leasing
Posted 9th FebPosted 9th Feb
If you are in the market for a large family car, here is a great deal. This is a £45K car for £3K deposit, plus £191 p/m for 1+17 months. Works out £348 p/m. AWD and Automatic. Del… Read more

I was slightly tempted with £4800 lease deal over 18 months, but didn’t pull the trigger, I wouldnt pay £1.5k more for a similar deal. enjoy the car


I agree with you. I only care about the actual lease offer for the actual car. Compared to alternatives, together with the A5 deal out there, this is the one of the best cars you can get for what you pay.


To be honest, I don't really care if it is a good deal or not. 35K is a good deal for purchase, you should go for it. Mind you, this is a leasing deal.


I'm not saying I can get the car for £36k. I'm not saying buy rather than lease. I'm saying that when the lease company is quoting something in their advert (the OTR price, which is normally list price plus delivery and 1st year tax) which does not equate with the vehicle advertised, It causes me to question whether there are other errors in the advert, such as the actual car offered or the legitimacy of the lease company.


Drivethedeal , Just over £35k, you don’t have to keep defending this this deal as it’s a good deal, however it’s been cheaper recently (but you would need a time machine to get it now)

Audi A5 Coupe 40 Tfsi Black Edition 2dr S Tronic 24 M Lease  £8,738 Central Vehicle Leasing  10,000 mpa
Posted 4th FebPosted 4th Feb
Image shown is of the actual colour and spec you'd get (image on website is lower end model). July/August Delivery. I have ordered this as I thought considering the spec (RRP £40k… Read more
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Hi there, Do you still have this deal? Do you have a website or a contact number please? Thanks Ryan


http://imgur.com/GekrLiu Clearer image


Here is the email


I still haven't got a build date yet. Strange that one person has been told that their order has been delayed until 2020, but others haven't! Surely we would be entitled to a refund if there was a delay until 2020!!


500+ vat to cancel... still not been given a build date as of yet

Audi A5 Sportback Black Edition Lease - £239.99 5k miles (23m and £2400 upfront) at Central Vehicle Leasing
Posted 9th JanPosted 9th Jan
Great car, very good price. Add auto gearbox (S-Tronic) for +£10pm.

Who drives manual on these cars?


Just had a look at the deal again and it's gone up a lot. Contract Length - 48 Months Initial Rental - £3,411.36 + VAT 47 Months @ £379.04 + VAT per Month Annual Mileage 8,000 Maintenance POA Admin Fee £150.00 + VAT


Does anyone know the actual dealer where these current crop of Audi leasing deals are coming from?


And Honda Jazz and Nissan Micras. I agree, slow drivers in the wrong lane just as dangerous as some of these idiot impatient speedsters


I too drive an Audi and don't do that. Heck, whilst I am confessing, my wife drives an SUV (Tiguan) so we pretty much fall under all your categories, but still don't drive like idiots. When my small children are a bit older, I will be buying/leasing/stealing an Audi A6 or similar and put a couple of bike racks, so we can enjoy being active. If you would be so kind, let's catch up in a couple of years, give me your number plate and if you happen to be in my rear view mirror, I will drive like an idiot (without my family in the car) just to fulfil your stereotypical driver view a bit more. Now, let's go back to what this website is all about, is this a hot deal or not?!........

Mercedes A35 AMG 24m Lease (April/May Delivery) £9989.77 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
Posted 6th JanPosted 6th Jan
Initial Deposit £3600 23 months of £269.99 £180 admin fee 8k miles A35 4Matic 5dr Auto Petrol Hatchback
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Are you lot joking mercedes is a premium brand and vw are an average brand, lesser car what jokers


Lol people are funny how does vw even come close with mercedes a premium brand vs an normal brand and you have different body styles on the bodykits so you dont have to have the big wing,its a niche car thats the whole point not like golfs which most people can afford.


Yeah it's expired.


the deal is not 269.99 for personal, just for business - i want the 24 months, 8k mileage, but jumps to 375 per months - is this deal 269.99 on personal or business????


Seems like the above deal went cold due to the picture. This is £700 more and has got heat.

Volvo S90 S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum 4dr Geartronic  £5203 for 18 months 8k @ Central vehicle leasing
Posted 6th JanPosted 6th Jan
Volvo S90 S90 Saloon 2.0 T4 Momentum 4dr Geartronic £5203 for 18 months 8k @ Central vehicle leasing
Contract Length 18 Months Initial Rental £3,000.00 inc VAT 17 Months @ £119.99 inc VAT per Month Annual Mileage 8,000 Maintenance POA Admin Fee £180.00 inc VAT DAB Digital radio S… Read more
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Has anyone got the car on this deal yet? Apparently mine is arriving at the dealer on May 22nd


Ok sounds good to me I'll have a look at that cheere


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Quite. I've got a V90. I often have to fly from Manchester airport. The multistory requires a 25 point turn to get in or out of a space.


&lt;The value of your stocks can go up as well as down&gt;

VW Arteon Fastback Elegance DSG - 2 year lease, £2,400 down then £149.99 p/m. Total £5,849.77 @ CVL
Posted 6th JanPosted 6th Jan
FYI - This deal has been verified by muds1970, alu355 and Lucas_0224, with 2 of them placing orders and been told delivery is April-May'19. Admin fee of £180 applies. 8,000 miles … Read more

mine has left the factory!


Mine's 'in transit' now too..! (y)


Yay! Car has gone from “confirmed build date” to “Arrived in the UK”.


Does anyone know a realistic earliest date from now for stage 2 (with the factory) order? I need to extend my current lease again and need to know if I should do it to end of July or end of August. Leasehub update email suggests delivery at some point in July (production issue) but I doubt it's realistic considering it said the same thing for the last 4 months. As I have mentioned before, in my specific case, the delay is great but need to do another previous lease extension again. Many thanks


VW Arteon Fastback TSI 1.5 Elegance [DSG] - £2,400 initial + £245.99 pcm + £180 admin - 15k p/a £11,436  @ Central Vehicle Leasing
Posted 5th JanPosted 5th Jan
VW Arteon Fastback TSI 1.5 Elegance [DSG] - £2,400 initial + £245.99 pcm + £180 admin - 15k p/a £11,436 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
I thought this was a good deal. Initial £2,400 PCM £245.99 Admin £180 15,000 miles per annum over 36 months works out about 35% in depreciation which I’m sure you’d surpass bu… Read more

Does anyone have experience with negotiating on the excess mileage of the vehicle they have returned? I have emailed to request they consider waiving it as a goodwill gesture as I am now potentially going to have to wait an additional 6 months for the Arteon that I was told would be with me at the end of March.. I didn't get the email to advise that the delivery date had been pushed back until a few days before my existing VW lease vehicle was due to be returned and the collection had already been booked. I figured you don't ask you don't get but just wondered if anyone else had any success.


...and what do you drive for the 30 years that you're saving £114K..?


Yes I was referring to the same 8,000 mile deal. The £5k I mentioned refers to the cost of that deal. In any case enjoy.


Thanks for reply, I work from home so don't drive much and just use the underground to get into the office in London. However wife uses everyday school run, shopping etc. so will need more than 5k. The 8k deal is perfect as covers me for when I do need to attend meetings that require driving and those occasional long family trips as well, 8k p/a is what I have on my current Golf lease and we're pretty much on target for when it goes back in June. Incidentally the 8k deal has been posted here and currently over 1000 degrees, should've posted myself!


Go for the £5k deal already posted on this car.

Seat Arona Diesel SUV 1.6 TDI 115 SE Technology Lux - 2 year lease - £2,400 down and then £120 a month. Total £5,339.77 @ CVL
Posted 4th JanPosted 4th Jan
Seat Arona Diesel SUV 1.6 TDI 115 SE Technology Lux - 2 year lease - £2,400 down and then £120 a month. Total £5,339.77 @ CVL
Deal for those who like small SUV's. Deal currently includes Metallic paint. 8,000 miles per year allowance. Total price shown includes Admin fee of £180. SE Technology Lux equi… Read more

ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ......Tatty old fiesta just done 360 miles trip each way north/south in middle of night 13hrs in total non stop return and plod drive past no problem.......would drive this car to moon and back unlike more modern crap unreliable cars like seen broken down on motorways on my journey lol ( new vw ha ha ha.... eml eml eml )......great mpg with re-map no catlytic and egr blank puffing out pure diesel fumes from exhaust not recycled like your clogged up new unreliable under powered engine mate......keep watching for your EML flashing with big repair bills lol XD My old car is enviromentalist's nightmare but very happy .


I'd be happy with any one of those!


He never mentioned, did you know he has a big expensive house and a full head of hair?


did you know he was in the motor trade......................................... (y)


You'll find people make up all kinds of things to try to hide their insecurities.

Seat Leon Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO SE Dynamic (EZ) 5dr Lease - Total Term - £4511.77 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
Posted 3rd JanPosted 3rd Jan
Seat Leon Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO SE Dynamic (EZ) 5dr 24 month lease 8k mileage. Works out to around £189 a month. 17" Alloys, Sat nav, Bluetooth, Cruise Control, Front and Rear … Read more
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This one: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vauxhall-astra-16t-200-elite-personal-lease-24-month-deposit-1077-and-119-a-month-jet-vehicle-finance-3155836


@Zuulan Which astra deal sir?


Why bother to keep that? (lol) Go big or go home


Wasn't referring to running costs, my current car is fairly expensive on diesel unless I'm going on the motorway which is the price I pay for having a bigger engine. At some point in time you owed someone some money for your car. The same as in this deal. This is not a thread about the rights or wrong of car ownership methods.


Yea I get it's a dearer car, I wasn't comparing an I Pace to this deal. I was replying to the guy who suggested going straight to the dealership ensures you get the same price if not better. In my experience, the dealerships don't get anywhere near the independents.

BMW i8 Lease - 48 month | 8000 miles - £741.59/month + £180 admin + £6674.29 deposit @ Central Vehicle Leasing
Posted 10th Nov 2018Posted 10th Nov 2018
BMW i8 Lease - 48 month | 8000 miles - £741.59/month + £180 admin + £6674.29 deposit @ Central Vehicle Leasing
BMW i8 lease deal - 112k of car for pretty much on a par monthly's with a 60-70k Tesla or I-PACE. 47 monthly payments of £741.59 Deposit of £6,674.29 Admin fee of £180 All incl … Read more

More then 40k wow


Great car, and a pretty good deal.


Alright, calm down Bill Gates


I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, not everybody on here is on minimum wage! There’s a reason why people with plenty of cash have so much, they’re normally tight and like a bargain! :D


As expensive as it may seem to many, judging whether a lease is a good deal is dependent on the following: - the person leading is looking for a brand new car; - the total amount payable is less than the depreciation over the lease period. As the saying goes, if something appreciates in value, buy it, if it depreciates, lease it.:{

Mini Countryman 2.0 Cooper S Sport 5dr Auto (Comfort Pack) 12+23 - £178.79 plus £180 Admin (6000 mpa) £6437.63 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
Posted 1st Nov 2018Posted 1st Nov 2018
Mini Countryman 2.0 Cooper S Sport 5dr Auto (Comfort Pack) 12+23 - £178.79 plus £180 Admin (6000 mpa) £6437.63 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
They are saying the OTR is £30,180.00 so if I've done the math correctly it works out at 21.5% of the price for a 2 year lease. Seems like a great deal for 2 year lease; 3 differe… Read more

Lol it has gone hot now when the deal is long gone!


Must admit I got a bit salty this didn’t go hot!


Hateful car but great price if you really have to have one, heat added.


I tend to use 10k miles/annum, 2 year contract and upto 15% of the discounted via broker price. If using OTR then I wouldn’t consider it a deal unless it’s less than 22% Having said that, I still check what the current 2yr equivalent is being advertised for on autotrader


The general rule for working out a percentage is you base it on 8k miles. Will still be under 25% so beating depreciation

Seat Leon Hatchback 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra (EZ) 5dr DSG 10,000 miles Annual Mileage 24M £8199.36 @ CVL
Posted 21st Oct 2018Posted 21st Oct 2018
Seat Leon Hatchback 2.0 TSI 290 Cupra (EZ) 5dr DSG 10,000 miles Annual Mileage 24M £8199.36 @ CVL
Decent deal for a car with 290bhp and launch control. Contract Length 24 Months Initial Rental £334.14 inc VAT 23 Months @ £334.14 inc VAT per Month Annual Mileage 10,000 Admin F… Read more
Skoda Octavia Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr 23x Monthly Rental: £59.99 pm £2400 + deposit £3840 + £180 Admin Fee @ CVL
Posted 19th Oct 2018Posted 19th Oct 2018
Just received this email. Not bad for a 2 yr lease considering depreciation. Not my type of car but may help others (y) Skoda Octavia 115ps SE TECH Hatch 2 Years 8,000 Miles per… Read more

Industry Fair Wear &amp; Tear booklet here for those interested in leasing.


I rang CVL last week to ask about delivery dates and was told they had a cancelled order, did I want to accept it immediately. I said yes and I took delivery of it on Wednesday and I'm very happy with it. It might only be a I've litre but it's perfectly acceptable and very well equipped.


We don't need to change until March so timing not a big deal for us, however we got the impression from the dealer that if we wanted it sooner then that shouldn't be a problem and their was no suggestion that they were difficult to source whereas brokers probably have very limited allocation as they aren't the actual dealership etc


Did you get a time frame?


Go to your local Skoda dealer and ask them to do a PCH quote. When we spoke to our local dealer they are approx £10pm more, but no setup fees. Dealer advised no flexibility beyond what the Skoda PCH quote as they get a fixed fee from Skoda. No problems with availability according to our dealer.

Volvo S90 Saloon T4 Momentum 4dr 7000 miles per yr initial rental - £2500 £69.99 p/m(+vat) - £4511.78 (inc vat) central vehicle Leasing deal
Posted 5th Oct 2018Posted 5th Oct 2018
Volvo S90 Saloon T4 Momentum 4dr 7000 miles per yr initial rental - £2500 £69.99 p/m(+vat) - £4511.78 (inc vat) central vehicle Leasing deal
I just received this email. Volvo S90 Saloon T4 Momentum 4dr GearTronic 18 Month Term 7000 Miles Per Annum INITIAL Rental =£2500.00 + vat 17 x Monthly rental: £69.99 + VAT … Read more

Yes, people renew their leasing at the end of term, go to another contract and, overall, they end up paying for life as much as a mortgage for a house, getting just a mediocre driving experience and the satisfaction to claim a parking space in front of the landlord house. I mean, and excuse my English, where's the explorer behaviour and the feeling of property that once made Britain to be great?


I agree and think the Instagram/ living with Joneses culture pushes people into committing financial suicide. Not only you pay monthly, you don’t have full freedom to drive your car as much as you like. You most likely have to service your car at the dealers at full price and you pay for scuffs, wheel refurb etc once you hand your back. Because you’ve been showering all that money away chances are that you can’t afford to buy a car out right and you get a tiger lease car. Brilliant business plan by the car manufactures keeping people in work ! Suppose it gives me more choice when buying a used car lol.


what like Hondas - one of the most reliable makes there is?


No. You will not believe, my English was fine before years of practice with some natives. Beside my language, maybe you agree that it's such a foolish thing to pay ££££ to the &#x1F988; just to fill up a parking place.


Incorrect but good try (amongst the broken English).

Skoda Octavia Hatchback Lease £187.99 per month total / £4511.77 term at  Central Vehicle Leasing
Posted 11th Sep 2018Posted 11th Sep 2018
Skoda Octavia Hatchback Lease £187.99 per month total / £4511.77 term at Central Vehicle Leasing
Skoda Octavia Hatchback 1.0 TSI SE Technology 5dr Central vehicle Leasing £2400 initial £83.99 a month. £180 processing. 8k miles £4511.77 over the whole term £187.99 a month. If … Read more
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Thank you :) - I got lucky with my current car on the same type of deal. After this though, I won't have to pay for the wifes car and then I can start looking at VRS or Golf R's ;)


Stock seats (not heated) and headlights, don't think they're Xenons. Seats were a bit firm but have softened up a bit over time - I guess you could spec better ones if you wanted to take the monthly hit.


It's only for a short term, any further I'd stay down in the week. It was a tough decision going from a 7 Mike commute to this, but paying off already :)


If it suits you then fair play but it would be a sad world if this was considered "normal".


Those are safety recalls. But no manufacturer is liable for engine issues after six years old due to longlife oil regimes applied at the time.

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