Jaguar XE R-Sport Saloon Auto - £221.34 inc VAT per month @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£7442.88 inc fees)
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Jaguar XE R-Sport Saloon Auto - £221.34 inc VAT per month @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£7442.88 inc fees)

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Found 19th AprEdited by:"Mr.No"
I've used Mad Sheep for various cars for our business in the past and had no complaints.

Just got a mailer saying that this is a 48 hour deal (not sure what that means entirely but assuming there's a time limit on deliveries)
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24 mth deal - (9 x £221.34) + (23 x £221.34) + £360 = £7,442.88 or £310.12/net/mth
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HPMan2 m ago

Total/montly=33 so I'm confused, 221 on a 24 month would be mental.


24 mth - (9 x £221.34) + (23 x £221.34) + £360 = £7,442.88 or £310.12/net/mth

36 mth - (9 x £231.12) + (35 x £231.12) + £360 = £10,529.28 or £292.48/net/mth
Bully11 m ago

3 Year warranty though ..what kind of issues do you see with the XE?


Even with a warranty, you don't want to waste time dropping it off to a garage to fix problems. Just a massive inconvenience.

Problems listed here.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 19th Apr
0901salmoc12 m ago

You got any proof? Ive had a jaguar xf 2009 from 2010-2013 and range …You got any proof? Ive had a jaguar xf 2009 from 2010-2013 and range rover sport 2015 since 2016 and not had any problems..... currently have a bmw 335d touring 2017 (had to settle down as had kids!) which also has no problems. Mine were pretty reliable... still see lots of the older generation pre tata jags and land rovers on the road now


You cannot extrapolate your problem-free ownership to all JLR cars. Besides I wrote, pre-Tata. Your Jags and RRs are during the Tata ownership.

Early X250 XJs like yours were dogged with electrical gremlins and high number of problems generally. The current L494 RRS likes to go on fire:


33664785-L9FB0.jpg
During the Ford ownership of both Jaguar and Land Rover - its cars had plenty of problems. The Ford derived S-Type was riddled with propshafts, premature disc wear, porous heads on V6s and PAS pump failures. The X350 XJs despite being aluminium had severe corrosion issues with its steel rivets.

Not only that, Jaguar had the fifth highest warranty repair costs in the 2003 Warranty Direct Reliability index (index 126.91 v/s lowest 31.93) and in 2004, Jaguar was penultimate in the Reliability Index for 2004 combining high average cost of repair of £483.26 with high 42.16 failures per 100 Warranty Direct policies.

I can go on...
Edited by: "m5rcc" 19th Apr
Bad.Actor6 m ago

Probably because they are owned by an Indian company.Now if it was a …Probably because they are owned by an Indian company.Now if it was a Japanese company then I'm sure they'd be better made.


Neither Jaguar nor Land Rovers were particualry reliable pre-Tata ownership.
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Just had the portfolio version delivered from a previous deal on here and love it. This is a really good deal for 10,000 miles on lease.
If that package is 10k miles then this is smokin'
lord_trumpington22 m ago

If that package is 10k miles then this is smokin'


Yup, 10,000 miles.
Good deal for a nice motor. Heat
36 months though but amazing price
24 months contract profile though ?
HPMan1 m ago

36 months though but amazing price

HPMan8 m ago

36 months though but amazing price


The mailer came out for 24 months at the £221 price but they have 36 on their site too.
So this is def 36 months?
Bully2 m ago

So this is def 36 months?


No - this is 24 mths.

The 36 mth deal actually works out cheaper at net £292.48/month (£10,529.28).
Total/montly=33 so I'm confused, 221 on a 24 month would be mental.
Bully7 m ago

So this is def 36 months?



No, it’s 24 months at £310-ish a month, all things considered?
HPMan2 m ago

Total/montly=33 so I'm confused, 221 on a 24 month would be mental.


24 mth - (9 x £221.34) + (23 x £221.34) + £360 = £7,442.88 or £310.12/net/mth

36 mth - (9 x £231.12) + (35 x £231.12) + £360 = £10,529.28 or £292.48/net/mth
HPMan3 m ago

Total/montly=33 so I'm confused, 221 on a 24 month would be mental.


It's 24 months, you pay the equivalent of 9x payments on the first month.
HPMan5 m ago

Total/montly=33 so I'm confused, 221 on a 24 month would be mental.


Confused too, few different figures being mentioned, will have a closer inspection later. Nice motor.
Nice post m5rc.A lot clearer now.
Edited by: "Bully" 19th Apr
What happens at the end of 24mnths, is there any other cost involved?
Is it just me who sees the £1992.06 initial rental?
Also doesn’t include servicing costs on the details from the website so add another £500 a year for that
Edited by: "Pvfc1234567890" 19th Apr
rimalpatel0076 m ago

What happens at the end of 24mnths, is there any other cost involved?


Maintenance is extra.I believe tax is included first year only although I am sure someone will correct me if I am wrong. Also delivery is free but cannot see them delivering to me unless they fancy a long day trip and ferry trip
rimalpatel00712 m ago

What happens at the end of 24mnths, is there any other cost involved?


Normally not. If it's pch deal then tax is paid by lease company. Wear and tear is allowed but any dents etc they might charge

PCH deals much better than pcp
HPMan20 m ago

Total/montly=33 so I'm confused, 221 on a 24 month would be mental.


Would only be mental if there wasn't a £2k initial payment.
Good deal however their cars are so poorly made and working in a Jaguar approved garage the XE is one the main ones we get that has issues.
andel9010 m ago

Good deal however their cars are so poorly made and working in a Jaguar …Good deal however their cars are so poorly made and working in a Jaguar approved garage the XE is one the main ones we get that has issues.



3 Year warranty though ..what kind of issues do you see with the XE?
The old description method for 3+23 etc was better before total price had to be declared.
Bully11 m ago

3 Year warranty though ..what kind of issues do you see with the XE?


Even with a warranty, you don't want to waste time dropping it off to a garage to fix problems. Just a massive inconvenience.

Problems listed here.
Edited by: "m5rcc" 19th Apr
This is a good deal, but lease deals aren’t what they used to be...my last 3 cars have been personal lease and I love the convenience of it, and I loved the price, but I expect I’ll be buying something second hand for my next car. (Currently paying £152 inc./month for a4 sport on a 9+23 10k).
3 times the price of my Alltrack deal, cold
sysenblaze10 m ago

This is a good deal, but lease deals aren’t what they used to be..


And with good reason. Because of the high cost of maintaining diesel emissions equipment after 3-4 years, i.e. after you hand it back to the broker, leasing companies who have been heavily weighted into diesels that have based their lease payments on residuals now know that cannot be realised. Therefore one either goes bankrupt or raises the price on current lease deals.
andel9038 m ago

Good deal however their cars are so poorly made and working in a Jaguar …Good deal however their cars are so poorly made and working in a Jaguar approved garage the XE is one the main ones we get that has issues.


Probably because they are owned by an Indian company.
Now if it was a Japanese company then I'm sure they'd be better made.
Bad.Actor6 m ago

Probably because they are owned by an Indian company.Now if it was a …Probably because they are owned by an Indian company.Now if it was a Japanese company then I'm sure they'd be better made.


Neither Jaguar nor Land Rovers were particualry reliable pre-Tata ownership.
been waiting for something like this for a while. Will need to call up tomorrow to see if I can get it
taker92022 m ago

3 times the price of my Alltrack deal, cold


passat alltrack? How much did you get that for? I just returned mine last month, was a nice car but the all wheel/4wheel drive system was absolute rubbish, was like non existant.
On the 3+35 (for those wanting to pay less upfront) works out at about £292/mth. Obviously, insurance, fuel, maintenance and road tax (year 2 & 3) not included. Probably also need gap insurance.

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Bad.Actor46 m ago

Probably because they are owned by an Indian company.Now if it was a …Probably because they are owned by an Indian company.Now if it was a Japanese company then I'm sure they'd be better made.



Nonsense
m5rcc57 m ago

Neither Jaguar nor Land Rovers were particualry reliable pre-Tata …Neither Jaguar nor Land Rovers were particualry reliable pre-Tata ownership.


You got any proof?
Ive had a jaguar xf 2009 from 2010-2013 and range rover sport 2015 since 2016 and not had any problems..... currently have a bmw 335d touring 2017 (had to settle down as had kids!) which also has no problems. Mine were pretty reliable... still see lots of the older generation pre tata jags and land rovers on the road now
0901salmoc12 m ago

You got any proof? Ive had a jaguar xf 2009 from 2010-2013 and range …You got any proof? Ive had a jaguar xf 2009 from 2010-2013 and range rover sport 2015 since 2016 and not had any problems..... currently have a bmw 335d touring 2017 (had to settle down as had kids!) which also has no problems. Mine were pretty reliable... still see lots of the older generation pre tata jags and land rovers on the road now


You cannot extrapolate your problem-free ownership to all JLR cars. Besides I wrote, pre-Tata. Your Jags and RRs are during the Tata ownership.

Early X250 XJs like yours were dogged with electrical gremlins and high number of problems generally. The current L494 RRS likes to go on fire:


33664785-L9FB0.jpg
During the Ford ownership of both Jaguar and Land Rover - its cars had plenty of problems. The Ford derived S-Type was riddled with propshafts, premature disc wear, porous heads on V6s and PAS pump failures. The X350 XJs despite being aluminium had severe corrosion issues with its steel rivets.

Not only that, Jaguar had the fifth highest warranty repair costs in the 2003 Warranty Direct Reliability index (index 126.91 v/s lowest 31.93) and in 2004, Jaguar was penultimate in the Reliability Index for 2004 combining high average cost of repair of £483.26 with high 42.16 failures per 100 Warranty Direct policies.

I can go on...
Edited by: "m5rcc" 19th Apr
Is it not supposed to be 303 including upfront??
Samuel23036 m ago

Is it not supposed to be 303 including upfront??


No
It looks like £10.00 per day, I like to keep things simple.
Bad.Actor1 h, 33 m ago

Probably because they are owned by an Indian company.Now if it was a …Probably because they are owned by an Indian company.Now if it was a Japanese company then I'm sure they'd be better made.


That's absolutely crap. Irrespective of if it's Indian Made or Japanese made, it would still have had the issue as the designers and manufacturing team would have been same. This has nothing to do with India.
Do you say our own British made Vauxhall are better the Jaguar?
m5rcc56 m ago

You cannot extrapolate your problem-free ownership to all JLR cars. …You cannot extrapolate your problem-free ownership to all JLR cars. Besides I wrote, pre-Tata. Your Jags and RRs are during the Tata ownership.Early X250 XJs like yours were dogged with electrical gremlins and high number of problems generally. The current L494 RRS likes to go on fire:[Image] During the Ford ownership of both Jaguar and Land Rover - its cars had plenty of problems. The Ford derived S-Type was riddled with propshafts, premature disc wear, porous heads on V6s and PAS pump failures. The X350 XJs despite being aluminium had severe corrosion issues with its steel rivets.Not only that, Jaguar had the fifth highest warranty repair costs in the 2003 Warranty Direct Reliability index (index 126.91 v/s lowest 31.93) and in 2004, Jaguar was penultimate in the Reliability Index for 2004 combining high average cost of repair of £483.26 with high 42.16 failures per 100 Warranty Direct policies.I can go on...


I have had 3 jags, an S type and 2 XF's, the steel one and now the newish alloy one. Never had more than a couple of issues. Mrs has had a CLK, dreadful electrical problems , an Audi A4 dual mass flywheel issues and a BMW, i couldn't start to list the problems we had with that. She now has a Disco Sport and thats been solid as rock for 9 months, awsomw car.
How many Jags have you owned?
tinkertaylor8 m ago

I have had 3 jags, an S type and 2 XF's, the steel one and now the newish …I have had 3 jags, an S type and 2 XF's, the steel one and now the newish alloy one.


Congratulations.


tinkertaylor8 m ago

Never had more than a couple of issues.


As I've said, you cannot extrapolate your problem-free ownership to state that all JLRs are reliable. That is simply untrue and there's plenty of evidence to suggest that.

tinkertaylor8 m ago

Mrs has had a CLK, dreadful electrical problems , an Audi A4 dual mass …Mrs has had a CLK, dreadful electrical problems , an Audi A4 dual mass flywheel issues and a BMW, i couldn't start to list the problems we had with that.


No doubt - Brits perceive German cars to be reliable. They have not been for ages.

tinkertaylor8 m ago

She now has a Disco Sport and thats been solid as rock for 9 months, …She now has a Disco Sport and thats been solid as rock for 9 months, awsomw car.


Good luck with that! Current Disco Sport is a really average car with severe interior noise and the usual LR oil contamination issues from DPF regens after short runs.

tinkertaylor8 m ago

How many Jags have you owned?


Ever? Three. But unless its a true classic from the 1960s, then I'm not interested in the current JLR incarnation of vehicles.
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