Electric Golf lease £290.69 per month on a 1+23. Total £7.336.56 @ Blue chilli cars
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Electric Golf lease £290.69 per month on a 1+23. Total £7.336.56 @ Blue chilli cars

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Posted 10th Sep
£218.02 per month with initial £1962.18. 9+23. Total £7336.64
£290.69 per month on a 1+23. Total £7.336.56
£268.33 per month 3+23 with initial £804.99. Total £7336.58
£240.57 per month with initial £1443.42 6+23. Total £7336.53
All include £360 processing fee
Works out about 23% of mrrp
Not quite as good as the previous deal not far off though
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I had one of these last weekend for 48 hours. Nice motor but the limited range is a problem for my commute as work don't currently have a charging point (civil service building - make of that what you will). And the granny charger just takes forever and gets super hot. This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it. Not sure it would do it with all the heating lights and radio on in the winter. I tried a charger at a business nearby and the connector did not fit - apparently there is no single standard connector. The road noise was also loud, my diesel A3 is quieter. I did like the interior and the handling and I could switch to a tariff that let's me charge for 5p/kWh at home.
Unfortunately it is still cheaper for me to lease a diesel vehicle and fuel it, than the payments on the golf. Perhaps when the ID3 comes out the range and charging infrastructure will be better. But for now, for me, I'll stick to taking 5 mins at a garage to go 600 plus miles.
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Wow that sounds awesome.
Cold due to the fact you can get for total 7049 271 x3 x23 from VWFS direct from dealer with 0 fee
Edited by: "Michaelgell91" 10th Sep
Michaelgell9110/09/2019 15:05

Cold due to the fact you can get for total 7049 271 x3 x23 from VWFS …Cold due to the fact you can get for total 7049 271 x3 x23 from VWFS direct from dealer with 0 fee


Do you have a link?
I had one of these last weekend for 48 hours. Nice motor but the limited range is a problem for my commute as work don't currently have a charging point (civil service building - make of that what you will). And the granny charger just takes forever and gets super hot. This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it. Not sure it would do it with all the heating lights and radio on in the winter. I tried a charger at a business nearby and the connector did not fit - apparently there is no single standard connector. The road noise was also loud, my diesel A3 is quieter. I did like the interior and the handling and I could switch to a tariff that let's me charge for 5p/kWh at home.
Unfortunately it is still cheaper for me to lease a diesel vehicle and fuel it, than the payments on the golf. Perhaps when the ID3 comes out the range and charging infrastructure will be better. But for now, for me, I'll stick to taking 5 mins at a garage to go 600 plus miles.
Jaspabt110/09/2019 15:16

Do you have a link?


whatcar.com/car…94/

Hayselden doncaster is whom the quote came back from and the paperwork shows 6 × 23 at 271 but says they will pay cashback to reflect a 3 x 23.

Also the quote came back with 10k not 8 as shown on whatcar.

Thanks
Hmmm, getting so tempting now. I only have a round trip to work of 50 miles. Allow a bit extra for the unexpected extra trip and heaters on in winter and I should still be comfortably within the 120 odd mile realistic range of this car to alleviate range anxiety. Once these get to £250/month I'll bite, but until then I'll stick with the old oil burner.
matth518210/09/2019 15:20

I had one of these last weekend for 48 hours. Nice motor but the limited …I had one of these last weekend for 48 hours. Nice motor but the limited range is a problem for my commute as work don't currently have a charging point (civil service building - make of that what you will). And the granny charger just takes forever and gets super hot. This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it. Not sure it would do it with all the heating lights and radio on in the winter. I tried a charger at a business nearby and the connector did not fit - apparently there is no single standard connector. The road noise was also loud, my diesel A3 is quieter. I did like the interior and the handling and I could switch to a tariff that let's me charge for 5p/kWh at home.Unfortunately it is still cheaper for me to lease a diesel vehicle and fuel it, than the payments on the golf. Perhaps when the ID3 comes out the range and charging infrastructure will be better. But for now, for me, I'll stick to taking 5 mins at a garage to go 600 plus miles.


what range were you getting ?
My commute is 97 miles and it just about made it (doing 75/80 on the motorway) but with 30 miles to go the performance and comfort is limited so in the winter I would always be worried about getting home. It would be fine if they put a charger in work. 3.4 miles per kw/h was the figure from the car
matth518210/09/2019 15:20

I had one of these last weekend for 48 hours. Nice motor but the limited …I had one of these last weekend for 48 hours. Nice motor but the limited range is a problem for my commute as work don't currently have a charging point (civil service building - make of that what you will). And the granny charger just takes forever and gets super hot. This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it. Not sure it would do it with all the heating lights and radio on in the winter. I tried a charger at a business nearby and the connector did not fit - apparently there is no single standard connector. The road noise was also loud, my diesel A3 is quieter. I did like the interior and the handling and I could switch to a tariff that let's me charge for 5p/kWh at home.Unfortunately it is still cheaper for me to lease a diesel vehicle and fuel it, than the payments on the golf. Perhaps when the ID3 comes out the range and charging infrastructure will be better. But for now, for me, I'll stick to taking 5 mins at a garage to go 600 plus miles.


8,000 miles divided by 52 divided by 5 = 30.77 (or divided by 7 is 21)

This car has a real world range of 140 miles. Even if you did 60 miles each way it would be adequate.

I'd suggest an 8,000 mile per year lease even on any, electric, petrol or diesel car isn't for you.
Edited by: "Bouncypete" 10th Sep
Cheaper via CarWow on the same terms (£283.40).
Bouncypete10/09/2019 18:28

8,000 miles divided by 52 divided by 5 = 30.77 (or divided by 7 is 21)This …8,000 miles divided by 52 divided by 5 = 30.77 (or divided by 7 is 21)This car has a real world range of 140 miles. Even if you did 60 miles each way it would be adequate. I'd suggest an 8,000 mile per year lease even on any, electric, petrol or diesel car isn't for you.


This NEVER has a 140m real world range. In winter I get 60mile in a 24kw tekna so a worst case 35kw egolf is 90-100miles. In summer youd be luck to see 120 miles
matth518210/09/2019 15:20

I had one of these last weekend for 48 hours. Nice motor but the limited …I had one of these last weekend for 48 hours. Nice motor but the limited range is a problem for my commute as work don't currently have a charging point (civil service building - make of that what you will). And the granny charger just takes forever and gets super hot. This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it. Not sure it would do it with all the heating lights and radio on in the winter. I tried a charger at a business nearby and the connector did not fit - apparently there is no single standard connector. The road noise was also loud, my diesel A3 is quieter. I did like the interior and the handling and I could switch to a tariff that let's me charge for 5p/kWh at home.Unfortunately it is still cheaper for me to lease a diesel vehicle and fuel it, than the payments on the golf. Perhaps when the ID3 comes out the range and charging infrastructure will be better. But for now, for me, I'll stick to taking 5 mins at a garage to go 600 plus miles.


"This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it."
"(doing 75/80 on the motorway)"

Spoken like a true German car driver!
cheeky_chops10/09/2019 19:24

This NEVER has a 140m real world range. In winter I get 60mile in a 24kw …This NEVER has a 140m real world range. In winter I get 60mile in a 24kw tekna so a worst case 35kw egolf is 90-100miles. In summer youd be luck to see 120 miles


This is why I said that.

zap-map.com/charge-points/vw-e-golf-charging-guide/

Plus I did 120 miles in one this summer on the motorway at 70 mph after a rapid charge to 80% charge, not 100%.

Anyway, my point is still valid. It's got plenty of range for an 8,000 mile lease.
Edited by: "Bouncypete" 10th Sep
GAVINLEWISHUKD10/09/2019 19:37

"This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it.""(doing 75/80 on …"This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it.""(doing 75/80 on the motorway)"Spoken like a true German car driver!


In the UK that's typically the speed of the middle lane, I find the 3rd lane is anything above 80.
GAVINLEWISHUKD10/09/2019 19:37

"This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it.""(doing 75/80 on …"This meant I had to limit my speed to ensure I made it.""(doing 75/80 on the motorway)"Spoken like a true German car driver!


Not using indicators conserves even more energy.
Blue Chilli cars......hmmm I had a bad experience with them back end of last year
Edited by: "pauldh" 10th Sep
grex910110/09/2019 20:38

Not using indicators conserves even more energy.


This is a V-W not a BM-W.
rnem17010/09/2019 20:42

This is a V-W not a BM-W.


If we're being pedantic, It's a VW. Not a V-W.
grex910110/09/2019 20:48

If we're being pedantic, It's a VW. Not a V-W.


I know it's VW (Volkswagen) and BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke).

I was trying to accentuate the difference V vs BM since the drivers of the latter are known for not needing indicators.
Edited by: "rnem170" 10th Sep
rnem17010/09/2019 20:59

I was trying to accentuate the difference V vs BM. I know it's VW …I was trying to accentuate the difference V vs BM. I know it's VW (Volkswagen) and BMW (Bayerische Motoren Werke).


You'd have been better off using the provided font modifiers.
cheeky_chops10/09/2019 19:24

This NEVER has a 140m real world range. In winter I get 60mile in a 24kw …This NEVER has a 140m real world range. In winter I get 60mile in a 24kw tekna so a worst case 35kw egolf is 90-100miles. In summer youd be luck to see 120 miles


You'd have to drive this like a complete moron to fail to get 120 miles in summer. That's only 3.75 miles per kWh (32kWh usable capacity). I can get that on my Leaf in Winter with a bit of care...
Edited by: "satchef1" 10th Sep
IndyS10/09/2019 20:08

In the UK that's typically the speed of the middle lane, I find the 3rd …In the UK that's typically the speed of the middle lane, I find the 3rd lane is anything above 80.


Blimey, you obviously drive when it's quiet, in the south you are doing well to keep at 70 in the fast lane. Bizarrely, due to all the middle lane sitters you see these days, especially on 4 lane motorways, the slow lane tends to move faster than middle!
But 75/80 in an electric will kill the battery range, same as a diesel or petrol to be fair, though it's just more noticeable on a battery as the initial range is so much lower and the petrol / diesel engine is so inefficient anyway.
I'd seriously consider one at this price, unfortunately it would be the sole family car and the boot just isn't big enough. The Leaf is a better proposition. If only they made an Octavia size one.
Why anybody would help VW shift these from muddy fields to meet their target, I've no idea.

Utterly compromised on range, and RRP (even with the recent reduction). The ID.3 is a significantly better vehicle that's built from the ground up to be electrified. This vehicle was cynically built to ensure VW could try in vein to off-set some of its obligations for its prime market, ICE cars.

If you need an EV, there's some decent deals on BMW i3's or otherwise just wait for the ID.3 the video's released this week of it have it looking like a very practical vehicle for under <27k.
Good job it's electric, you only get 8k miles. Lap it up.
grex910110/09/2019 20:48

If we're being pedantic, It's a VW. Not a V-W.


Wow, you missed that one, badly, really badly...
8ANNED11/09/2019 14:11

Wow, you missed that one, badly, really badly...


Nope.
SFconvert10/09/2019 22:39

Blimey, you obviously drive when it's quiet, in the south you are doing …Blimey, you obviously drive when it's quiet, in the south you are doing well to keep at 70 in the fast lane. Bizarrely, due to all the middle lane sitters you see these days, especially on 4 lane motorways, the slow lane tends to move faster than middle!But 75/80 in an electric will kill the battery range, same as a diesel or petrol to be fair, though it's just more noticeable on a battery as the initial range is so much lower and the petrol / diesel engine is so inefficient anyway.


Of course it depends when you drive. Lucky for me I wfh mostly 😁
23 monthly payments of
£289.20 Inc. VAT
Initial payment of £289.20
(1 x monthly payments +
£0.00 additional fees)
(All prices inclusive of VAT)
  • Finance typePersonal Contract Hire
  • Annual mileage5,000
CBA to post but cheaper here

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