Jaguar XF 2.2 Luxury lease deal £282.14 from fleetprices.co.uk
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Jaguar XF 2.2 Luxury lease deal £282.14 from fleetprices.co.uk

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Found 3rd Aug 2014
My partner and I have been looking to buy a Jaguar however we have found that it will be cheaper to get the car on contract hire, due to the quite hefty depreciation on cost new. Searching online for the best deal and this one seems really good.

Personal Lease from
£282.14 incl VAT
per month (48 months)
Initial payment: £2539.25incl VAT
- mjccam

£16,082 over 4 years (£335 pm)
- loofer

141 Comments

Good price but I sat in one before testing driving it and instantly hated it. Driving position us awful and felt like I was sat in the middle of an oil tanker.

Original Poster

My partner and I really like the XF each to their own I suppose.

I own one. Fantastic car. Go for it.

Do they still come with a pipe rack?

(Naturally heat added)

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royals

Good price but I sat in one before testing driving it and instantly hated … Good price but I sat in one before testing driving it and instantly hated it. Driving position us awful and felt like I was sat in the middle of an oil tanker.


Really? This is top of my shortlist at the moment, will have to go and test one ASAP.

[quote=royals]Good price but I sat in one before testing driving it and instantly hated it. Driving position us awful and felt like I was sat in the middle of an oil tanker. Oh I have an Audi S3[/quote]

You missed a bit.;)

From Whatcar review:

Performance 4 out of 5 stars There's brisk and there's ballistic
Ride & Handling 5 out of 5 stars Wonderful; just a hint of firmness
Refinement 4 out of 5 stars Not class-leading, but still brilliant
Buying & Owning 4 out of 5 stars Some rivals are cheaper to run
Quality & Reliability 3 out of 5 stars Plenty of sparkle; needs more solidity
Safety & Security 4 out of 5 stars Disappointing Euro NCAP score
Behind The Wheel 3 out of 5 stars Some niggles, but great driving position
Space & Practicality 4 out of 5 stars Sloping roof cuts headroom
Equipment 5 out of 5 stars All included in the price

10k annual mileage in case anyone was wondering

Out of interest what is the prediced depreciation on one of these over 2 years as it's gonna cost £16,081 to lease it on this deal
Edited by: "chall5" 3rd Aug 2014

Original Poster

No Idea but we got quoted alot more pcm on HP from our local dealer and we like to change cars every 3/4 years so makes sense for us.

Good deal. The only thing putting me off is the combination of snow and rear wheel drive.

My Dad owns one and it's a great car and lovely to drive. It has a winter mode button and couple of years ago with the bad snow didn't get stuck once. It leaves BMW's and Mercedes when they got stuck.

you can pick a 3 year old xf up for under £16,000

chall5

10k annual mileage in case anyone was wonderingOut of interest what is … 10k annual mileage in case anyone was wonderingOut of interest what is the prediced depreciation on one of these over 2 years as it's gonna cost £16,081 to lease it on this deal


Out of interest why do you want to know depreciation over 2 years when £16081 is the cost over 4 years?

Do people really drive big diesels when they're doing less than 850 miles per month? As normal with these deals, the headline rate looks good but I would imagine that for the vast majority looking for a car like this, 10,000 miles isn't nearly enough.

Voted cold, because it's cheaper here:

https://www.vehiclesavers.com/car-leasing/jaguar/xf-diesel-saloon/2.2d-[163]-luxury-4dr-auto.html

Monthly Payments = £275.96 inc VAT
Initial Payment = £2,483.68
Total = over four years = £15,453.98

By the way - all lease deals from brokers attract a document/arrangement feee, ranging from £180 to £360 (incl VAT). Not sure what this costs on either site TBH.

or wait for the jag xe, 75mpg!

Four years is a LONG time. I've only ever leased over two.

What happens when something like the heated seats break after the warranty has expired? Presumably the lease company insist that you fix any and all faults before you return the car.

I like these when I don't need a 7 seater anymore this will be on my short list

4 year leases are a bit silly.. you can't get out of these deals like PCPs in case the economy dives again

New cost is about £26,000 including easily available discounts..

Circa £15,000 for the term

Very risk IMO

Banned

OP deal cost should reflect the real cost per month for the 48 months, I make it £335/ month

I just bought and XFR a month ago.

Good and bad from me really.

The car is superb. The R features (engine, adaptive suspension) aside, this is still a fantastic car. It's extremely comfortable with some of the most variable electric seats I've ever had. The upgraded stereo is amazing, and the ride comfort and refinement blow BMW and Audi into another dimension - the 3 and 5 series feel shocking by comparison. I also found the buying experience SUPERB including the whole process of handling the problems which I'm about to describe....

My car has had a fan failure after only 1 month of ownership. It's not a good sign for the reliability of the car, but I was delighted with the after sales service I received - even compared to BMW who I felt were a cut above in the 6 years I've owned cars made by the company from Bavaria. The sat nav/touchscreen in the Jag is also quite poor, but it does 'get me by.'

Anyway, I can't knock the Jag. This looks like a deal to me.

Matt

it's cheaper to do the other payment options either for £316/month (3 + 47 = £15,800) or £298.11 (6 + 47 = £15,799.83) no?

Oneday77

Good deal. The only thing putting me off is the combination of snow and … Good deal. The only thing putting me off is the combination of snow and rear wheel drive.

Really, I see that as a + point....

a6unx

From Whatcar review:Performance 4 out of 5 stars There's brisk and … From Whatcar review:Performance 4 out of 5 stars There's brisk and there's ballistic

I expected far better based on that comment 0–60mph 9.8 secsTop speed 130 mph, I know it's only 163 bhp and will weigh a fair bit but hardly 'ballistic'

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sshooie

I expected far better based on that comment 0–60mph 9.8 secsTop speed 130 … I expected far better based on that comment 0–60mph 9.8 secsTop speed 130 mph, I know it's only 163 bhp and will weigh a fair bit but hardly 'ballistic'



They are obviously talking about the sports versions.

9.8 seconds ballistic?.....my car is supersonic then

Elton Chong

They are obviously talking about the sports versions.

Nope, click the link, the 163.

Drove it previously and it's one of my favorite comfy cars at the moment good deals this lease options

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sshooie

Nope, click the link, the 163.



Indeed but go into the full review and you will see they discuss all models.

http://www.whatcar.com/car-reviews/jaguar/xf-saloon/2-2d-163-se-4dr/summary/64775

Now Click on where it says 'read in full' and you will come to this page where it describes all the models. So they are obviously talking about the sportier models like the V8 when they say 'ballistic', hence the brisk ie the lower end to balistic ie the V8 supercharger

http://www.whatcar.com/car-reviews/jaguar/xf-saloon/full-review/25700-2

'The entry-level 2.2 diesels - with 161bhp or 197bhp - will suit company car drivers best, but the brawnier 3.0 V6 diesels suit the car’s sporty character much better. Two are available, with either 237bhp or 271bhp, and we recommend the lower-powered version. If you don't care about running costs, there's the supercharged 3.0 V6 or the 5.0-litre petrol V8 that gives the XFR 503bhp.'

It wouldnt make any sense for anyone to call 9.8 secs ballistic

Thanks, very misleading as a summary then.

xfish

Out of interest why do you want to know depreciation over 2 years when … Out of interest why do you want to know depreciation over 2 years when £16081 is the cost over 4 years?



my mistake, 4 years

twotone1954

you can pick a 3 year old xf up for under £16,000



But then you have to pay for it when it goes wrong. I'd rather spend £16k on a high milaege lexus ls 600h, won't go wrong and will just need the usual bits replacing. Plus you'll feel like a leader of a small country sat in the rear reclining heated massage seats, watching your stocks go up on the tv.

Oneday77

Good deal. The only thing putting me off is the combination of snow and … Good deal. The only thing putting me off is the combination of snow and rear wheel drive.



Winter tyres?

http://****.com/nkztg5r

Great car have the 3.0L XF Sport black with additional Back Pack & 20" Kalimnos wheels, it does 50 - 55mpg on the motorway and looks great. The only thing I would recommend is get the front protected with 3M Ventureshield or equivalent as the stone chips are horrendous especially on Black!

Ok so you're looking at just under 15k after 4 years but if you buy it you then have an asset you can sell for just under 15k. If you lease it you give it back after 4 years and have nothing or a GFV much lower than just under 15k right ?

chall5

Ok so you're looking at just under 15k after 4 years but if you buy it … Ok so you're looking at just under 15k after 4 years but if you buy it you then have an asset you can sell for just under 15k. If you lease it you give it back after 4 years and have nothing or a GFV much lower than just under 15k right ?



Its a lease, there is no gfv. In 3 years time there will probably be a new xf which will push prices down, this is cheaper than buying.

chall5

Ok so you're looking at just under 15k after 4 years but if you buy it … Ok so you're looking at just under 15k after 4 years but if you buy it you then have an asset you can sell for just under 15k. If you lease it you give it back after 4 years and have nothing or a GFV much lower than just under 15k right ?



Worth just under 13k in four years. So if you buy it at RPP (you wouldn't) the car would depreciate by £19k over that period. You would also incur the cost of capital (either interest payments, or the lost interest on the cash, if you bought outright). So leasing is definitely cheaper. But I wouldn't want to keep an XF past the end of the three year warranty. It could be worth getting an extra year's extension though. Probably a few hundered pounds....

Just got a car through fleetprices and service was superb, dealt with a guy called Dave Marston, the admin/consultation fee was £300

voodoo85

Just got a car through fleetprices and service was superb, dealt with a … Just got a car through fleetprices and service was superb, dealt with a guy called Dave Marston, the admin/consultation fee was £300



£300 + VAT?
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