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Gateway2lease Mercedes E class E220d 2.0 AMG Line Auto 36 months £347.99 3 months deposit 10k a year
Gateway2lease Mercedes E class E220d 2.0 AMG Line Auto 36 months £347.99 3 months deposit 10k a year

Gateway2lease Mercedes E class E220d 2.0 AMG Line Auto 36 months £347.99 3 months deposit 10k a year

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E220d 2.0 AMG Line Auto for £347.99 per month with 3 month deposit and £180 admin fee - it is a lot but for £347.99 I think you will struggle to find it cheaper. Works out at £372 per month - not as cheap as a fiesta but still pretty good for the money

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wow £13K- you serious??

Original Poster

lol yes, I've ordered 3. Joking apart it is good for the car you get - if you want this car

Original Poster

please don't vote cold because you can't afford the deal - I can't but it is good, honest lol

you know you can buy a nearly new version for £25 grand?

i am a leaser.. for expensive cars but this is not a good deal. sorry.

Try orbitleasing.co.uk they had an excellent deal on the eclass in the middle of September but it was over 2 years rather than 3 years. I can't see it on the website anymore but it does say it's waiting forthe deals to come through from the suppliers. They also have a Facebook group which shows the most up to date deals that come through! Brilliant company! I got my Audi from them!!

Edited by: "ccangel" 7th Oct 2016

tighty

you know you can buy a nearly new version for £25 grand?



​new shape e class for 25k? tell me where and I'll put a deposit down first thing in the morning

tighty

you know you can buy a nearly new version for £25 grand?



​nearly new?? as in 3 years old?

Original Poster

And I don't think you can get one with this spec for £372 a month nearly new

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michaelgell

i am a leaser.. for expensive cars but this is not a good deal. sorry.



Why - find it cheaper please

Just out of interest what is the RRP on this vehicle and what is the depreciation like after three years.

MM

Original Poster

£40k, depreciation would be around £22k over 3 years and 30k miles

james02

£40k, depreciation would be around £22k over 3 years and 30k miles



Rule of thumb on Lease is as long as your total payments (£13.500) work out less then you would lose (£18.000) in depreciation (if you would have purchased the vehicle) then it's a win in my book.

If somebody can find the vehicle with this spec for less the please post!

MM

Incl or excl vat? Annual mileage?

tighty

you know you can buy a nearly new version for £25 grand?



This deal is for a new car? Who cares how much a nearly new one costs?

Original Poster

doublecuffs

Incl or excl vat? Annual mileage?



Look at the deal - it says 10k miles which is reasonable and click through and you will see it is a personal lease

Original Poster

benjai

This deal is for a new car? Who cares how much a nearly new one costs?



Lol - I think some people vote cold because they just can't afford it. I can't at the moment but this versus a company car - if you can get a co car scheme with this, would be far more expensive on tax than leasing it directly and taking car allowance.

Original Poster

Co car tax likely to be 20% bik on £40k, so £8k, 40% on that £3200 per year plus loss of car allowance £3k net approx, total of £500 a month approx. Probably actually not much in it after insurance and maintenance added in which you would get with co car

Itsabargain69

​new shape e class for 25k? tell me where and I'll put a deposit down f … ​new shape e class for 25k? tell me where and I'll put a deposit down first thing in the morning



​http://www.autotrader.co.uk/classified/advert/201607185959787?search-target=usedcars&make=mercedes-benz&model=e_class&postcode=cv472uj&radius=1501&keywords=amg%20line&onesearchad=used%2Cnearlynew&fuel-type=diesel&year-from=2016&transmission=automatic&sort=atcustom&adPos=2

this one?

Itsabargain69

​new shape e class for 25k? tell me where and I'll put a deposit down f … ​new shape e class for 25k? tell me where and I'll put a deposit down first thing in the morning



autotrader.co.uk/cla…s=2

benjai

This deal is for a new car? Who cares how much a nearly new one costs?



​and that makes it worthy of voting hot? hey lease a NEW car and pay for too much because it's new. some people's kids man. I have a new lease as it happens a 208 gti that was £140 a month so I understsnd lease and the value of such cars. but to spend £13 over three years is just plain crazy. but then you probably rent rather than have a mortgage right?
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