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Volkswagen GTi 2 Year Contract Hire / Lease Deal only a total £6323.62 advertised at £191 a month @ Horizon vehicle leasing
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Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
Now this looks a very good deal to me if you want this type of car on lease..... Volkswagen GTi 2 Year Contract Hire / Lease Deal only a total £6323.62 advertised at £191 a month p… Read more

Tunner

I have a Mk7 Golf GTI, some of the comments above really do make me … I have a Mk7 Golf GTI, some of the comments above really do make me laugh, utter nonsense about front wheel drive and the power. Get in one, drive it and you'll see why the only replacement for a GTI is another GTI. Never had any front wheelspin issues. The ability to point and accelerate is brilliant, so I am not too sure what 'real word issues' you are talking about? Add into the equation the phenomenal DSG, and the 'limo' type ride with active damping, I guess the stunning and effortless acceleration in 'Sport Mode' from a standing start is just my imagination!



I stand corrected , my info was taken from the review I read regarding the Golf GTi club40 edition which produces 286bhp, not the standard GTi .
https://www.driving.co.uk/car-reviews/clarkson/clarkson-review-2016-volkswagen-golf-gti-clubsport-edition-40/

Performance figures quoted for the standard Gti remain unimpressive but I guess this is subjective .

250 bhp on a 2006 Passat Fwd that I owned for around 5 years was based on experience and was a total fail from a standing start but the extra bhp was well catered for once you got out of second gear , surprised many a boy racer in my Passat estate

marathonic

The quoted fuel consumption is 44.1 mpg. If you take 20% off that, due to … The quoted fuel consumption is 44.1 mpg. If you take 20% off that, due to you being unlikely to drive it as economically as they do for their tests, you'll get 35 mpg.Over 20,000 miles for the 2 years, that works out at 571 gallon or 2598 litres of fuel. At £1.15 per litre, that'd be £2,987.If £124 per month in fuel is considered a killer, a new car is probably a bad idea - regardless of whether it's through leasing or buying.When doing the low mileage that's usually required for a lease to be good value, fuel costs should usually be the least of your concerns. The depreciation incurred when buying or the overall cost of the lease is usually the higher cost - and by a long way.



Good post.

cyclops

I want this but the petrol will kill me



The quoted fuel consumption is 44.1 mpg. If you take 20% off that, due to you being unlikely to drive it as economically as they do for their tests, you'll get 35 mpg.

Over 20,000 miles for the 2 years, that works out at 571 gallon or 2598 litres of fuel. At £1.15 per litre, that'd be £2,987.

If £124 per month in fuel is considered a killer, a new car is probably a bad idea - regardless of whether it's through leasing or buying.

When doing the low mileage that's usually required for a lease to be good value, fuel costs should usually be the least of your concerns. The depreciation incurred when buying or the overall cost of the lease is usually the higher cost - and by a long way.
Edited by: "marathonic" 4th Apr

I want this but the petrol will kill me

Get one, you'll like it I promise. Had my mk7 5 months still makes me smile locking up and walking off.
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Toyota Auris Hybird Auto 24month Business deal only £158.63 p/month  (inc vat) @ Horizon Leasing
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Found 4th May 2016Found 4th May 2016
This car has sat nav, rear view camera is automatic mileage allowance is 10,000 £158.63 p/month x 23 = £3648.49 inc vat (£3040.37 exc vat) £951.77 deposit inc vat (£793.14 exc va… Read more

amazing deal. the more miles you do, you will save

I'm 2 years into having this as my current company car. I have 'touring sport'.

Drives great but the CVT takes a while to get used to and as others have said its a very lazy car to drive.

I get around 45mpg most days. (Which isn't bad for the route I take and the way I drive)

0-60 is pretty good, 0-30 is even better. (You often surprise a lot of people in the acceleration phase due to the lack of a gear change). The top speed is also much higher than the 108mph specified. On a track I had mine at over (indicated) 125mph.

I chose mine as it had fairly low CO2 levels, but due to the BIK increases for company car owners, cars like these are becoming less attractive. The only 2 options if you want a half decent car and not give the tax man all your cash every month is either the BMW 330e or the Mercedes 350e. Both hybrids with 49 CO2. It's either that or get a van...

Daz

oddballjamie

I make a comment about the list price and you rant about monthly payments.



Did not realise I wrote a reply instead of a normal post in the reply, but I like the picture

Krizzo3

4750.26/24=197.92



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I make a comment about the list price and you rant about monthly payments.

oddballjamie

Huh?



4750.26/24=197.92
Ford Ecosport Hatchback 1.5 Zetec 5dr, 10k miles, 48 months only £168.35 pm + £505.05 initial! £8585.85 @ horizonvehicleleasing
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Found 2nd Mar 2016Found 2nd Mar 2016
Looks a great deal for anyone looking a 5 door car for the next 4 years without a huge deposit, 10k miles is also above average. Average per month inc Vat and road tax: ~£179. Ve… Read more

Trust the air con works, chilly in here...

applebyJedi

10k miles doesn't get me to the shops twice a week!


That's one of the problems living in the Shetland islands

I know there's an ongoing battle between pro-lease posters and those who prefer a 2nd hand car, but this one is easy to call - cold.
The only benefits leasing offers is when compared to buying a brand-new car, as you protect yourself from depreciation. With that in mind I'd say that no lease for longer than 12, 18 or 24mths is worth bothering with as the greatest depreciation is in that period. On top of that the EcoSport is not a noteworthy vehicle and for £8,500 you could buy a brand-new car and get rid of it when the warranty expires (and MoT commitment starts) and still prob see about £4,500-£5,000 of your money back.

applebyJedi

10k miles doesn't get me to the shops twice a week!


Do you live in the Outback or something?!

Ive seen this £550 initial then £120 pm. 10000 miles, 2 years
Mercedes E Coupe AMG Sport from £194+VAT on 2 year contract
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Found 17th Dec 2014Found 17th Dec 2014
I received an email from this company quoting this deal which seems to be quite good. Email states "1 CAR ONLY AT THIS PRICE...CAR MUST BE REGISTERED IN DECEMBER" The E Coupe E220… Read more


Happy Holidays All
And Have a GREAT
2015

Herc

Your joking right? you clearly work for or are this company!



No I don't, just bought a Ford from them myself! but OK up to you if you think that. Not interested, was only trying to assist

mr_wacky_unis

I had the email today as well, it was on the website this morning. So … I had the email today as well, it was on the website this morning. So guess it was sold. They also have a offer on their Facebook page to win tickets to Take That in June in their O2 suite! Well worth liking their Facebook Page for a change to win!



Your joking right? you clearly work for or are this company!

I had the email today as well, it was on the website this morning. So guess it was sold. They also have a offer on their Facebook page to win tickets to Take That in June in their O2 suite! Well worth liking their Facebook Page for a change to win!

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