Golf Gt 2017 model £149 a month for 24 months £2400 deposit Fees £250 @ Hotcarleasing
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Golf Gt 2017 model £149 a month for 24 months £2400 deposit Fees £250 @ Hotcarleasing

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Found 5th FebMade hot 5th Feb
£149, 10000 miles, £2400 deposit and admin fee £250.

Volkswagen Golf GT Edition 1.6TDI 5 Door Manual.

Total Price of £6086.

- thecoolguy

Cheaper @ NVS
nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Vol…220

10k =
£141.98 inc VAT
£2400 INC VAT Initial Rental
£239.99 Inc VAT Admin Fee

The new Golf has Automation which will basically drive the car by itself upto 40mph in stop-start traffic
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webrits

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Looks like you just claimed that crown! Might've been better if you had bothered to state why.

g8spur

I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used … I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used to scratch my head and wonder how the hell everyone is driving round in 30k cars but since discovering lease deals it all makes so much sense.My banged up Peugeot isn't up to much sadly but I'm playing the long game and paying £300 a month into a private pension so hopefully later in life I'll get my chance to own some nice things.



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10,000 miles too,not bad

I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used to scratch my head and wonder how the hell everyone is driving round in 30k cars but since discovering lease deals it all makes so much sense.

My banged up Peugeot isn't up to much sadly but I'm playing the long game and paying £300 a month into a private pension so hopefully later in life I'll get my chance to own some nice things.

If you live il then... never leave today's work for tomorrow

g8spur

I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used … I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used to scratch my head and wonder how the hell everyone is driving round in 30k cars but since discovering lease deals it all makes so much sense.My banged up Peugeot isn't up to much sadly but I'm playing the long game and paying £300 a month into a private pension so hopefully later in life I'll get my chance to own some nice things.


biggest problem with pensions is that they make massive amount of money and pay peoples peanuts

g8spur

I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used … I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used to scratch my head and wonder how the hell everyone is driving round in 30k cars but since discovering lease deals it all makes so much sense.My banged up Peugeot isn't up to much sadly but I'm playing the long game and paying £300 a month into a private pension so hopefully later in life I'll get my chance to own some nice things.



Very true, many people (me included) were brought up with the idea of saving for a rainy day/retirement?
Unfortunately, some of them never actually make it that far?
I could never understand why everyone who drove a 2.8 Capri never went above 40 or wore a flat cap/trilby/retired, until you start saving for a rainy day/retirement and realise that you need to be that old before you can afford to insure it (_;)

Nice to have something new once in a while, suppose that could be "hand-me-down" syndrome (if there is such a thing?)

Is it really value for money if you're spending like £6.1k over two years just to lease a car? I don't really understand where the value is when it comes to leasing.
Not picking on anyone or any OP, just wanted to ask the question.

I will always lease my cars tbh, I'm paying £218 a month for a 1.4 leon fr technology 15k miles a year which works out roughly 7.5k for three years driving a £23k car with the added extras on it. I could never afford a car this nice if I was to hire purchase it and I wouldn't buy second hand unless it was a high end bimmer

pothole

Is it really value for money if you're spending like £6.1k over two years … Is it really value for money if you're spending like £6.1k over two years just to lease a car? I don't really understand where the value is when it comes to leasing.Not picking on anyone or any OP, just wanted to ask the question.



​it comes down to driving a new car . if you compare lease deals to purchasing a brand new car , the amount you potentially lose through depreciation , cost of car tax , savings interest lost if your were to purchase it outright with your own funds. it can work out cheaper to lease the same car drive it for 2 years , and hand it back .
so lease contract may cost £8 for 2 years , but a car might depreciate £10k in the same period. hence making it a better deal to lease over that time frame

Great thing about leasing is if you dont like the car you havent spend 35k on it and can give it back ... Cant wait to give my GTE back .... Charging a phev is a pain in the a#&e



True but given the average live expectancy it's probably safe to play the odds.

MusaX

If you live il then... never leave today's work for tomorrow

g8spur

I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used … I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used to scratch my head and wonder how the hell everyone is driving round in 30k cars but since discovering lease deals it all makes so much sense.My banged up Peugeot isn't up to much sadly but I'm playing the long game and paying £300 a month into a private pension so hopefully later in life I'll get my chance to own some nice things.



Tbf I use private pension as a general term for preparing for retirement. That £300 gets spread around a bit in various long term savings vehicles.

pothole

Is it really value for money if you're spending like £6.1k over two years … Is it really value for money if you're spending like £6.1k over two years just to lease a car? I don't really understand where the value is when it comes to leasing.Not picking on anyone or any OP, just wanted to ask the question.



Leasing certainly isn't designed for everyone.
If your a high mileage driver then probably better to own, also if you want to not have to continuously pay towards your car and not bothered about having a brand new one every three years then you might as well buy and keep driving it.

Some though are terrified that their car will break down after 3 years (even though cars have never been as reliable) so turn to leasing.

I have a company car and a car i bought as an ex-demonstrator 7 years ago. The ex-demo is now not costing me anything to buy (as i fully own it) and flies through the MOTs each year. By the time i come to selling it, i would be better off financially than leasing over the same length of time, plus i can do as many miles as i want and not have to pay excess charges (of course it will be worth a bit less because of more mileage).

Its all down to circumstances to be honest.

g8spur

I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used … I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used to scratch my head and wonder how the hell everyone is driving round in 30k cars but since discovering lease deals it all makes so much sense.My banged up Peugeot isn't up to much sadly but I'm playing the long game and paying £300 a month into a private pension so hopefully later in life I'll get my chance to own some nice things.



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leasing is for poor people who want to pretend they're rich.... you dont even own the car as you have to fix evetything you break and any dents you make its ridiculous. Borrowing something you cant afford is never a good idea and those that quote 6k a year known better that there are more costs involved in leasing and the only benefit is you can show off against your neighbours or whatever....

webrits

​Dumbest comment of 2017 award



Looks like you just claimed that crown! Might've been better if you had bothered to state why.

JasonThomas2014

leasing is for poor people who want to pretend they're rich.... you dont … leasing is for poor people who want to pretend they're rich.... you dont even own the car as you have to fix evetything you break and any dents you make its ridiculous. Borrowing something you cant afford is never a good idea and those that quote 6k a year known better that there are more costs involved in leasing and the only benefit is you can show off against your neighbours or whatever....



Nonsense. While I personally prefer to buy nearly new, I know plenty of people I would not describe as poor, who live by the following: if it appreciates buy it, if it depreciates lease it. The leasing vs buying argument generally only works for those who want a new car every 2 or 3 years.

fedex1401

Nonsense. While I personally prefer to buy nearly new, I know plenty of … Nonsense. While I personally prefer to buy nearly new, I know plenty of people I would not describe as poor, who live by the following: if it appreciates buy it, if it depreciates lease it. The leasing vs buying argument generally only works for those who want a new car every 2 or 3 years.



​why would you choose to lease if you can afford to buy? Leasing is renting. I know load of people who lease a car and are so stressed that anything will happen to it... it's pathetic

JasonThomas2014

​why would you choose to lease if you can afford to buy? Leasing is r … ​why would you choose to lease if you can afford to buy? Leasing is renting. I know load of people who lease a car and are so stressed that anything will happen to it... it's pathetic



Depends if you will want another one in 2/3 years. If you take your 2 /3 years depreciation on a new car then compare it to the cost of the lease.

Majority of the time, you would save money by leasing

JasonThomas2014

​why would you choose to lease if you can afford to buy? Leasing is r … ​why would you choose to lease if you can afford to buy? Leasing is renting. I know load of people who lease a car and are so stressed that anything will happen to it... it's pathetic



If it's cheaper to lease than buy then you should lease.

JasonThomas2014

leasing is for poor people who want to pretend they're rich.... you dont … leasing is for poor people who want to pretend they're rich.... you dont even own the car as you have to fix evetything you break and any dents you make its ridiculous. Borrowing something you cant afford is never a good idea and those that quote 6k a year known better that there are more costs involved in leasing and the only benefit is you can show off against your neighbours or whatever....



So if you dent your own car you don't fix it?

defgimp

[Very true, many people (me included) were brought up with the idea of … [Very true, many people (me included) were brought up with the idea of saving for a rainy day/retirement?



It's possible to do both - it's about balance - I've saved since I was 18 and still managed to have a decent life.

webrits

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K

Total cost £6,226.

Meh.

JasonThomas2014

leasing is for poor people who want to pretend they're rich.... you dont … leasing is for poor people who want to pretend they're rich.... you dont even own the car as you have to fix evetything you break and any dents you make its ridiculous. Borrowing something you cant afford is never a good idea and those that quote 6k a year known better that there are more costs involved in leasing and the only benefit is you can show off against your neighbours or whatever....



Err, if you broke something on a car you owned I'm pretty sure you'd have to pay to get it fixed, although admittedly you might have a choice.
If all you want to do is show off, then leasing's a route you can go down, but for thousands of other people it's also a way of having a new reliable car at a fixed monthly cost.
It sounds like you know a few people who are leasing to show off.

Yes we can all drive around in a £1000 banger and MOT it every year and spend further money on maintenance.
I prefer to drive expensive, quality cars given the chance and leasing/PCP deals are the way to go versus horrendous depreciation on most new cars, even premium brands. Having said that I have purchased outright a BMW with a list price of £54,000 that was pre registered to a dealer for £28,000. I also have a new Nissan Leaf @£125 a month over 24 months with no deposit. The deals are available for those prepared to do some research, HUKD, Parkers, HonestJohn, Carwow, to name a few.

For a little less than this lease deal you can buy a brand new dacia sandero, yours to keep and your not limited to milage allowance, plus buy the dacia on finance and you get a 5 year warranty. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/new-dacia-sandero-2017-facelift-still-only-5995-otr-2577574

https://s24.postimg.org/4bicm8itx/280px_2013_Dacia_Sandero_II_front.jpghow to take a screenshot on a pc

Edited by: "POWYSWALES" 5th Feb

POWYSWALES

For a little less than this lease deal you can buy a brand new dacia … For a little less than this lease deal you can buy a brand new dacia sandero, yours to keep and your not limited to milage allowance, plus buy the dacia on finance and you get a 5 year warranty. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/new-dacia-sandero-2017-facelift-still-only-5995-otr-2577574how to take a screenshot on a pc



74BHP, WTF! and it needs a further facelift if you ask me!
Just noticed it comes with a no cost optional extra, full face balaclava, presumably so as no one can see you are actually driving this thing rather than for a bank robber hoping to make his escape with a 0-62 time of 19.........days.

Edited by: "muffboy" 5th Feb

Cheaper @ NVS
https://www.nationalvehiclesolutions.co.uk/Volkswagen-Golf-5DR-1.6-TDI-GT-Personal-Lease/47220

10k =
£141.98 inc VAT
£2400 INC VAT Initial Rental
£239.99 Inc VAT Admin Fee

The new Golf has Automation which will basically drive the car by itself upto 40mph in stop-start traffic

So is the car yours after the 2 years, or do you have to give it back?

To be fair on a lot of these comments.. if you can't afford the new car then you shouldn't be able to afford the lease!

don't like manuals. any deals with dsg box?

The.Equalizer

So is the car yours after the 2 years, or do you have to give it back?



​ok after reading the thread in detail. looks like you give it back.
Not to sure about £6k for 2 years use. at the end of it, no car. If you start again on a new lease, another 6k please. 12 grand in 4 years and still no car at the end of it.
I'm sure it'll suit some, and i can definitely seer the benefit of no mechanical outlay or servicing, but it's not for me.

cold - 6k and it's never going to be your car

The.Equalizer

So is the car yours after the 2 years, or do you have to give it back?



Edward! Don't be silly

The.Equalizer

​ok after reading the thread in detail. looks like you give it back. Not t … ​ok after reading the thread in detail. looks like you give it back. Not to sure about £6k for 2 years use. at the end of it, no car. If you start again on a new lease, another 6k please. 12 grand in 4 years and still no car at the end of it.I'm sure it'll suit some, and i can definitely seer the benefit of no mechanical outlay or servicing, but it's not for me.



​I think he was joking. Of course you don't get a brand new Golf for 6 grand. But what you do get is to drive a brand new Golf for 2 years at round about the same as said Golf would have depreciated if you'd bought it.

Saying that buying is a better long term saving than leasing doesnt make sense - If you want to be HUKD savvy about it then look to lease end of line models on cars. You can always pick up great deals on them and by the end of the lease you wont even have paid off the depreciation.

I use my leon as an example, a £23k car roughly that after 3 years is worth £10-12k. After 3 years I will have paid 7550 on it. So I am SAVING money here by NOT owning. Its just a case of working out how much the car depreciates by over 3 years then finding a deal on it that works out cheaper than the depreciation.

You also cut out the annoying sales guys trying to rip you off when you want to change it....

Given that the market for used diesels is dropping like a stone, you'd be better off leasing this particular model Golf than suffering its high depreciation (relative to petrol versions) when you came to change it in 2 or 3 years time.

g8spur

I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used … I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used to scratch my head and wonder how the hell everyone is driving round in 30k cars but since discovering lease deals it all makes so much sense.My banged up Peugeot isn't up to much sadly but I'm playing the long game and paying £300 a month into a private pension so hopefully later in life I'll get my chance to own some nice things.



You're not going to get much of a retirement with only £3600 a year going into a pension pot - even less if you are spreading it around in various low return pots ... just saying ...

Life offsetting... why put off owning nice things now so that 'hopefully' you might in the future?

g8spur

I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used … I feel so much better after seeing all these lease deals on here. I used to scratch my head and wonder how the hell everyone is driving round in 30k cars but since discovering lease deals it all makes so much sense.My banged up Peugeot isn't up to much sadly but I'm playing the long game and paying £300 a month into a private pension so hopefully later in life I'll get my chance to own some nice things.


Macdory

You're not going to get much of a retirement with only £3600 a year going … You're not going to get much of a retirement with only £3600 a year going into a pension pot - even less if you are spreading it around in various low return pots ... just saying ...



Got to start somewhere bro.

tmj2007

Life offsetting... why put off owning nice things now so that 'hopefully' … Life offsetting... why put off owning nice things now so that 'hopefully' you might in the future?



Preferable to "living" now and working until you die perhaps. Horses for courses.
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