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All Central Vehicle Leasing Deals, Discounts & Sales for July 2020

Abarth 595 Hatchback Special Edition 1.4 T-Jet 180 Competizione 70th Anniversary 3dr £5934.75 - Central Vehicle Leasing
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31/07/2020Expires on 31/07/2020Posted 28th JunPosted 28th Jun
Abarth 595 Hatchback Special Edition 1.4 T-Jet 180 Competizione 70th Anniversary 3dr Car Leasing & Contract Hire. They do a 5000 mile option which is slightly cheaper. Price be… Read more
mad_design_man

I wouldn’t even buy one for this price (lol)

stealth666

1400cc... you mean like a motorbike or summat?? ;)

stealth666

Best thing about the deal.... you don't own it and can give it back..

dvdphile

Aren’t people finicky? ;) only 3 weeks ago this deal for only £250 less got over 1000 degrees heat! 8)

JOHNNY_WILKINSON

My niece has one and like the normal 500's the build quality isn't the best, I know she's had problems with the tyres and stability of the car.....the engine belongs in something a bit bigger imo!

Skoda Octavia Diesel Estate 1.6 TDI SE Technology 5dr total cost is £5,171.76 Car Leasing & Contract Hire
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Posted 10th JunPosted 10th Jun
First car lease post. I've been looking for economical large boot estate. It looks like the best deal I can find. Would welcome other comments. After adding line rental, initial pa… Read more
KravBear

It's now £420 a month!!

panrix

Total and net are wrong 😁

avinine86

Energy blue :| 😔

fuzed

I still have a mk4 golf PD130 sat on the drive (SORN) with 290K on the clock - bought it with 65K on the clock in 2006. It's not been started in over a year and a half, may just see if it starts with a jump. Loved that little car, fantastic engines - this was remapped as well so was running around 170ish BHP.

Mrepg

Wtf is dieselgate lol voted hot for first deal and seems sensible even though lease is not for me.

ABARTH 595 HATCHBACK SPECIAL EDITION 1.4 T-Jet 180 Competizione 70th Anniversary 24 months total £5687.77 at Central Vehicle Leasing
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Posted 8th JunPosted 8th Jun
ABARTH 595 HATCHBACK SPECIAL EDITION 1.4 T-Jet 180 Competizione 70th Anniversary £1920 + 23 payments £155.99 or no down payment and £208.92 . £3,587.77 + £1,920 + £180 = £5,687.77… Read more
dkl_uk

Do you want to keep shaming me for not riding my bike (even though I do ride it, and here's me in the national news to prove it)? Or should I keep shaming you for trying to call me out for not being disabled (even though I am)?

Big.Save!!

Nice profile pic

Flombard

It was over 25 years ago, tastes change. The Punto GT stayed stock pretty much but was a lot faster, a litlle street wolf albeith with widow-making understeer. The 500 looks like it's had loads of teenage bling stuck on it and it the body is just too tall to look good. Good exhaust note if you like noisy but that's it. I'm more into wafters these days than hot hatches anyway (as long as it's got a V8 that is). 8)

ollie87

That maybe - but I'd rather be seen in one than any Punto ever made. XD Even the Panda 100HP is a way better looking and screwed together car (same platform as the 500) Mind you, never actually owned a Fiat, owned an Alfa though which is basically the same thing now-a-days.

Flombard

Parkers are wrong I'm afraid. Parkers are quoting the later MK1 GT Turbo. The early model GT1 was faster with 133BHP, even after being revised and dropping the BHP they still did 7 secs 0-60. Personally think these 500s look like noddy cars

Seat Leon Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO FR 5dr 130Bhp = £280.21 Per Month, £180 fee, 15k miles 24 Months = £6905.09 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
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Seat Leon Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO FR Black Edition (EZ) 5dr 130Bhp = £280 Per Month, No Deposit, 15000 miles 24 Months Extra's like Virtual cockpit & heated seats Add on £27 … Read more
jkl47

The 1.5 130hp is more than adequate for most people. Good engine

DodgeySolenoid

Where are all the cheap to buy new car deals? They must be screaming out to move some on.

NATHANDRAKEUNCHARTED

A great time to lease a car.

Guzzle

Much, much cheaper here;- https://leasing.com/independent-brokers/zenauto-limited/seat/leon/518929181/

SteHuz90

First time Ive seen this, looks decent. It reminds me of a Mazda/Focus. Still prefer the ‘old’ Cupra or FR styling though.

Audi Q2 Q2 Diesel Estate 30 TDI Sport 24 month + maintenance 23mx£152.39,dep £2400, Admin £180, Total £6084.97 at Central Vehicle Leasing
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Posted 16th AprPosted 16th Apr
Audi Q2 Q2 Diesel Estate 30 TDI Sport 24 month + maintenance 23mx£152.39,dep £2400, Admin £180, Total £6084.97 at Central Vehicle Leasing
£6,084.97
I'm sure this must be a misprice but it does state a saving of £326.50 inc VAT so it must be correct. Pity its stock as I need a replacement end of August. Hope it helps someone … Read more
DonDraper

Looks like the PCP finance industry could crash big time without a huge Government rescue: Today's news.

bruffell06

Same. I did ask them when getting my quote but it just said 'TBC'.

bruffell06

You don't pay for the road tax on a lease.

ElaineCaveney

How much is the road tax

Dwh8611

Yes phone maybe worth something but the battery will be shagged and warranty has expired which is when many people just upgrade similar to warranty running out on car. When I say efficiency I mean comparing old to new model of similar cars, you will find the newer model equivalent will usually have better mpg and lower Co2 emissions (Ved tax rate). Changing from CDs was just one example of improvement on tech I have highlighted but their are so many other improvements eg adaptive cruise control, lane assist, Dab radio, keyless entry and start (bad example due to thefts), hill hold assist, auto braking, power tailgates etc all used to be expensive options on only the most luxury of cars yet can now be had as standard on some new golfs/fiestas etc.

Audi E-Tron 230kW 50 Quattro 71kWh Technik 10,000 miles pa 23x £269.99 plus £6,000 initial rent and £180 admin fee @ Central Vehicle Leasing
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Audi E-Tron 230kW 50 Quattro 71kWh Technik 10,000 miles pa 23x £269.99 plus £6,000 initial rent and £180 admin fee @ Central Vehicle Leasing
£12,389.77
Pretty good price for big fully elecic car. 10,000 miles pa 23x 269.99 plus 6,000 initial rent and 180 admin fee. 5,000 miles available also for 239.99 a month.
inonefly

What happens if had accidents with the lease cars? Apart from insurance to get it fixed, do they charge you extra because of the depreciation of the car?

hadouken888

Yes but the benefit of no deposit outweighs the pension contributions. I wouldn't rely on your work pension for retirement anyway...

mathewphammond

£6000 Initail Payment!!!!! I 🤮🤮🤮 for a 24 month lease.

bromers

Website is rubbish - on an electric car surely range is a key metric, no mention of that.

bromers

Is mileage a suitable way to measure the usage (wear and tear) of electric cars?

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Porsche Taycan 420kW 4S 93kWh 4dr Auto 2 years 8,000 miles pa. £7,343.89, 23 months at £815.99 and admin fee of £180 Central Vehicle Leasing
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Porsche Taycan 420kW 4S 93kWh 4dr Auto 2 years 8,000 miles pa. £7,343.89, 23 months at £815.99 and admin fee of £180 Central Vehicle Leasing
£26,291.66
This is not a deal for everyone but seems as very good deal for that car! 2 years deal with 8,000 miles pa. £7,343.89 initial payment, 23 months at £815.99 and admin fee of £180.… Read more
markydoor

I’ve gone through Porsche Cambridge. Although lead time now is sept if ordered now

chrisrawlinson

Did anyone enquire about his? We tried at work last week but have heard nothing from the company.

SimonSpencer

Nice one. Thanks. Got one for the kids nanny.

Lonners

Poor value for a car.

Petetobin

To be truly successful you are going to need a bigger lawn mower.

BMW 530d Touring M Sport 2 year 8,000 miles pa, £3,600 initial payment, 23 months at £311.99 plus £180 admin fee at Central Vehicle Leasing
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Posted 26th FebPosted 26th Feb
BMW 530d Touring M Sport 2 year 8,000 miles pa, £3,600 initial payment, 23 months at £311.99 plus £180 admin fee at Central Vehicle Leasing
£10,955.77
Seems like very good deal. It's pity it is no X drive version. 2 years deal with 8,000 miles pa, £3,600 initial payment, 23 months at £311.99 plus £180 admin fee. Also 6,000 mile… Read more
r79

That would be the best proof that it was a good deal!

Saifh786

Offer has finished , tried doing the contract and recieved a call saying they have sold too many

r79

My bad counted 24 i stalments instead of 23.

Dwh8611

£250???? £10955.77 - £10336.40 = £619.37 cheaper plus metallic paint cost included (y)

r79

The difference is actually around 250 so I would say it is negligable. If yours would be the best there then I still don't understand why this deal is so cold. From all the comments I see that people doesn't understand the idea of this website....

BMW 218i M-SPORT Gran Tourer Auto 7 SEATS 24 month lease 8k miles £215.99 per months- £5183.76 Total via Central Vehicle Leasing
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BMW 218i M-SPORT Gran Tourer Auto 7 SEATS 24 month lease 8k miles £215.99 per months- £5183.76 Total via Central Vehicle Leasing
£5,183.76
24 month lease offer I’ve just received via email from Central. Might get matched by your local main dealer. Price listed for 8k miles based on 1 + 23 x £215.99. Other mileage and … Read more
ABZ1734

Ours arrived today. It’s doesn’t have the new additional spec but still really happy. It’s a lot of car for the money. My wife is comfortable driving it too which is a relief as she thought it may be too big. Thanks to the original poster and contributors on here. (y) 🏽

abulkasam

Mid August delivery date now.

andyk

That's a shame. Saw an article and thought I got lucky!

MICK.D

I don't think the 2 series has iDrive 7, which is mandatory for the update...

andyk

Does anyone know if the gran tourer will get android auto when BMW release the update? Supposedly there's meant to be a software update to supported cars this month.

Audi A1 Sportback 25 Tfsi Technik 5dr - £6,222.97 @ Central Vehicle Leasing (2 Year Lease)
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Audi A1 Sportback 25 Tfsi Technik 5dr - £6,222.97 @ Central Vehicle Leasing (2 Year Lease)
£6,222.97
8000 miles per year, 2 year term £2400 upfront £158.39 per month x 23 £180 admin fee Total cost £6,222.97‬ In Stock
M_z

I think some people think Jasper Carrot Skoda jokes are topical humour. ;)

jop85

And? And? And? Pointless comment. Still cold though..

CarLeasingGuruUK

Yep, nothing special this deal. The deposit doesn't make sense with the overall value of the vehicle. You might as well just PCP if you're putting 2k down, then finance over a longer term.

MisterNippy

its a lease car with the SKODA engine and an AUDI badge. Voted cold.

Hitchcock

Nice enough car but not a great lease deal. But chilly for me.

BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe 420i M Sport 5dr Auto 24 month lease / 8k Miles per year -  £7271.77 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
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BMW 4 Series Gran Coupe 420i M Sport 5dr Auto 24 month lease / 8k Miles per year - £7271.77 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
£7,271.77
Looks a decent deal for a nice car. Includes delivery, so no travelling to dealership to pick up. £2400 initial plus 23 x £203.99. Can also be configured for 24 straight payments… Read more
boostii

Just had mine delivered, the driver said there were 350 identical vehicles lined up when he collected it (lol) Very happy with the new wheels, thanks for posting @Lefty

beautifulstranger

Probably the best car I’ve ever driven. I’ve had a Megane RS and a Scirocco R, while it’s not as fast as them, it’s a much more smooth and polished drive in this. As lefty said, there is a surprising punch to the engine, makes me wonder what the 440 is like!

Lefty

Mine is a 69 plate. Not fussed tbh

Trishul007

Is yours a 20 plate?

Trishul007

Whoop whoop (y) Mine being delivered on Friday can’t wait :)

Volvo S60 2.0 T5 R-Design Edition 4DR Auto Petrol 18 Month Lease at £178.79 PM with a £2400 Deposit at Central Vehicle Leasing
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Volvo S60 2.0 T5 R-Design Edition 4DR Auto Petrol 18 Month Lease at £178.79 PM with a £2400 Deposit at Central Vehicle Leasing
£5,618.22
Browsing for a new car and saw this deal, it's a £2,400 deposit but is only £178.79 per month on a short 18 month lease (perfect for people who get itchy feet with cars quickly lik… Read more
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Carlitos_way

Anyone have experience with this company ? Is it worth getting the vehicle maintenance?

xavier.jones

Impressive in 1989.

Bumnut53

I got it included for free on my S90 lease but only because the vehicle was already in stock. Think I just got lucky tbh

TheZainK

Did anyone manage to get the metallic paint for this deal included?

Greg_Greg

8.000miles p.a. I would do it in 3months. Pointles for me.

Volvo S90 18 Months lease for £5749.38 8K miles @ CVL
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Volvo S90 18 Months lease for £5749.38 8K miles @ CVL
£5,749.38£6,211.797%
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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Blandford33

A bank is better than a safe if you want to stash all your money rather than enjoying it.

ILikeJam

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

zzak

Id rather keep the family safe thanks

fedex1401

Very sensible and you’re welcome.(flirt)

notavalidaddress

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
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Posted 15th Apr 2019Posted 15th Apr 2019
24m Lease - Mercedes A Class SALOON A250 AMG LINE Auto £275pm / £2400 upfront - Total £8,927.77 inc Fees @ Central Vehicle Leasing
£8,927.77£9,823.389%
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
efc_4ever

Care to share the best time please :D

Teddy_Foster

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

rmg

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.

Bazza71

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

WantAndNeed

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
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Mini Countryman Phev 1.5 Cooper S E All4 Sport Auto Lease - £6922.54 @ CVL
£6,922.54
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
EdinburghShop85

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

Chaznik

Same!

ncd

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

holatara

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 ;(

vul3ck6

can't find the deal.....

Volkswagen Passat Passat Saloon 1.5 TSI EVO 150 GT 4dr (Panoramic Roof) 2 years 8k per annum £5864.17 total - Central Vehicle Leasing
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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
£5,864.17
2 year lease 8K pa total price £5864.17 Contract Length 24 Months Initial Rental £2,400.00 inc VAT … Read more
kasabians

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

Jake_Owen

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?

paul.langham

Went with Leasehub as well.

kasabians

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

paul.langham

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
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Seat Leon Leon Hatchback 1.5 TSI EVO SE Dynamic (EZ) 5dr 24mo lease deal £4595.76 @ Central Vehicle Leasing
£4,595.76£7,316.8837%
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
sandeep.sabhanayaka

Seat Colchester

ruheluddin86

Hmmm, from?

sandeep.sabhanayaka

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.

ruheluddin86

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...

kwl147

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.

Volvo V90 Cross Country T5 AWD - 18 months - £3K + £191 p/m - Central UK Vehicle Leasing
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Volvo V90 Cross Country T5 AWD - 18 months - £3K + £191 p/m - Central UK Vehicle Leasing
£6,443
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
matlock67

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

ozgur

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.

ozgur

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.

Grahamdue

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.

matlock67

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
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Audi A5 Coupe 40 Tfsi Black Edition 2dr S Tronic 24 M Lease £8,738 Central Vehicle Leasing 10,000 mpa
£8,738£9,4558%
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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TheBlackhammer214

Anyone had their price bumped up due to April 2019 VED price hike? My initial deposit just increased!

mark93207684

I actually don't know because I live on my own and nobody has been in the back yet. A guy called Scott was the sales guy. The admin team kept me updated throughout though.

TheBlackhammer214

Same no build date here either. I'm not fussed as I've just extended my current C220. Back seats good if you have no legs, the old a5 was the same and from watching reviews online it seems it's still the same.

johnmcdon

Is the 2 door a problem for rear passengers? Does it come with virtual cockpit as standard?

johnmcdon

Who was your sales person? I still don’t have a build date. I don’t understand why this has happened.

Audi A5 Sportback Black Edition Lease - £239.99 5k miles (23m and £2400 upfront) at Central Vehicle Leasing
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Audi A5 Sportback Black Edition Lease - £239.99 5k miles (23m and £2400 upfront) at Central Vehicle Leasing
£7,919.72
Great car, very good price. Add auto gearbox (S-Tronic) for +£10pm.
imk83

Who drives manual on these cars?

cava83

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

Bertos

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

claypole

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

cava83

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?!........

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