Jaguar XF R-Sport 2.0D [180] Auto @ £289 per month Lease
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Jaguar XF R-Sport 2.0D [180] Auto @ £289 per month Lease

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Found 20th Dec 2017
Initial Payment:: £289
Monthly Rentals:: £289
Annual Mileage:: 5,000
Excess Mileage:: 13.08ppm
Duration of Agreement:: 24 Months

So my rough maths makes this...
5000 miles per year = £6,936 or £289 per month
8000 miles per year = £7,720.80 or £321.70 per month equivalent
10000 miles per year = £8,244 or £343.50 per month equivalent
15000 miles per year = £9,552 or £398 per month equivalent
and so on.

Stock vehicles only
If you are a low mileage user then this has got to be cheaper than suffering the deprecation if you bought one - and without the outlay.

Like most deals on here - similar second hand versions might be cheaper
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It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their driveway's like ornaments.
5K shouldn't even be an option as the lowest acceptable range.

Thanks for posting this OP, especially after all the work you've done to further elaborate on this deal.
hearts18 m ago

Why would anyone pay 7 grand to rent a car for 2 years and only drive five …Why would anyone pay 7 grand to rent a car for 2 years and only drive five 5 k miles per year?My point being if you are only driving that amount just buy a cheap run around.


That's like saying only people that walk everywhere should have nice shoes. Or only people that don't work and stay at home all day should have a nice TV.

Who cares what mileage you do. If you like nice cars and can afford the monthly payments then go right ahead. You won't find it much cheaper than this. If you need a few more miles then just pay a little bit extra.
Edited by: "Guzzle" 20th Dec 2017
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Ouch, a lot of money for that car. But I also believe they depreciate a lot more than equiv Merc/Audi/BMW.
Heat for working out various mileages though as there'll be a fair few (including me) who think 5,000 isn't a lot and not worth owning or even leasing a car like that if it's barely being used.
It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their driveway's like ornaments.
5K shouldn't even be an option as the lowest acceptable range.

Thanks for posting this OP, especially after all the work you've done to further elaborate on this deal.
Elitefox30 s ago

It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their …It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their driveway's like ornaments.5K shouldn't even be an option as the lowest acceptable range.Thanks for posting this OP, especially after all the work you've done to further elaborate on this deal.


Lol
Think it's a solid price. Was looking at this previously, and for the XF (although it's the base price, I. E. no extras) the price looks good.

Heat!
I believe it does have extras, the electric folding mirrors are for sure I remember looking at the last deal and these were over £600 to add.

With this deal have I missed what colour the car is available in?
m5rcc2 h, 34 m ago

Why not? 42% of the driving population do 6k miles or less per year.The …Why not? 42% of the driving population do 6k miles or less per year.The issue is you shouldn't be having a diesel car with such low mileage.


Exactly..
I tend to do around 6k miles per year with the car rarely being parked in the drive. When you live in a big city you don't generally have to go a long distance (unless commuting to another place for work).
Edited by: "thrustmaster" 20th Dec 2017
Great deal, I've driven one of these and it really is an impressive car.
Elitefox15 m ago

It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their …It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their driveway's like ornaments.5K shouldn't even be an option as the lowest acceptable range.Thanks for posting this OP, especially after all the work you've done to further elaborate on this deal.


Taking a closer look, the OP has just multiplied the additional mileage charge to get the overall figure for other mileage contracts. I though s/he had got the actual Contract prices.

a) 13p/mile is almost double the excess mileage charge for other contracts
b) some companies have a step charge, so if you exceed the allowed mileage by more than say 20% then that excess element will be charged at a higher premium
c)I'm sure a contract with specified mileage will work out much cheaper, so it's a ball-park figure for max price
Seems to be for cars in stock and the spec also looks good
Edited by: "loofer" 20th Dec 2017
Yey jag. Heat.
Elitefox20th Dec 2017

It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their …It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their driveway's like ornaments.


Some even mark on the where there car goes, nowt as funny as car folk.32838874-dU2NV.jpg

Got 3.

Thats Christmas sorted.
We do under 5k miles a year and because of that we lease a cheap Eco Sport (can't wait for lease to end, horrible car but cheap). I would love to lease something like this Jag but like others have said, 5k miles a year its a waste of money, this is an excellent deal for those wishing to "impress the neighbours".

Haven't voted either way, it's a good deal price wise but not practical for so few miles.
Chap in work has just signed up to £500+ pcm on an XE on work car scheme. Madness compared to this deal
m5rcc41 m ago

Cash price is £28,574. Predicted residual value after two years and …Cash price is £28,574. Predicted residual value after two years and 20k/miles is £16,500. Equates to a depreciation cost of £12,074 vs. £8,244 for the lease.


This is a good point ..costs nothing on notability and blue badge ...park anywhere .
if you work this is great
Seats in the R sport are horrible, really uncomfortable for any journey above 15 minutes long.
littlesos12 m ago

Seats in the R sport are horrible, really uncomfortable for any journey …Seats in the R sport are horrible, really uncomfortable for any journey above 15 minutes long.


should be alright for 5,000 miles a year then
littlesos13 m ago

Seats in the R sport are horrible, really uncomfortable for any journey …Seats in the R sport are horrible, really uncomfortable for any journey above 15 minutes long.


5K mile should be fine
Why would anyone pay 7 grand to rent a car for 2 years and only drive five 5 k miles per year?

My point being if you are only driving that amount just buy a cheap run around.
Edited by: "hearts" 20th Dec 2017
hearts18 m ago

Why would anyone pay 7 grand to rent a car for 2 years and only drive five …Why would anyone pay 7 grand to rent a car for 2 years and only drive five 5 k miles per year?My point being if you are only driving that amount just buy a cheap run around.


That's like saying only people that walk everywhere should have nice shoes. Or only people that don't work and stay at home all day should have a nice TV.

Who cares what mileage you do. If you like nice cars and can afford the monthly payments then go right ahead. You won't find it much cheaper than this. If you need a few more miles then just pay a little bit extra.
Edited by: "Guzzle" 20th Dec 2017
lol If you like nice cars BUY a nice car. Don't waste 7k driving car for 5 k miles a year for 2 years And it isn't a little bit extra, the.price rises are quite significant.

I have nothing against lease deals but these payments for 2 years are just a waste. If you cant' afford it go for something less expensive. But each to their own. :-)
Guzzle22 m ago

That's like saying only people that walk everywhere should have nice …That's like saying only people that walk everywhere should have nice shoes. Or only people that don't work and stay at home all day should have a nice TV.Who cares what mileage you do. If you like nice cars and can afford the monthly payments then go right ahead. You won't find it much cheaper than this. If you need a few more miles then just pay a little bit extra.



The analogy would only work if the person rented the shoes and were only allowed to walk X amount of miles, or rented a TV and only allowed to watch X amount of hours...
hearts12 m ago

lol If you like nice cars BUY a nice car. Don't waste 7k driving car for …lol If you like nice cars BUY a nice car. Don't waste 7k driving car for 5 k miles a year for 2 years And it isn't a little bit extra, the.price rises are quite significant. I have nothing against lease deals but these payments for 2 years are just a waste. If you cant' afford it go for something less expensive. But each to their own. :-)


You have nothing against lease deals yet most lease deals are 2 years and ugh why oh why on every lease deal *sigh*

Sounds like you're telling people what they should do. How do you figure out this is a waste? Most people finance a car, I did on my last one and it's still costing me £312 a month until August next year. What's your point? Are you saying we can buy this car for £7K? No you're not because that would be silly, so yes you could buy this car new but it won't cost £7K will it and remember you don't own the car until you have paid for it in full. Did you know the price of this car starts at RRP £33,000 per year. So you reckon it's better to just have £33,000 ready, and if you don't you can't have the car? That's right isn't it. You are a genius! Let's all sack off these lease deals and waste money, sorry not waste money because if you pay £33,000 for a Jaguar XF-R Sport it will definitely won't have lost more than £7K in value after two years will it? Oh wait...
m5rcc2 h, 36 m ago

Why not? 42% of the driving population do 6k miles or less per year.The …Why not? 42% of the driving population do 6k miles or less per year.The issue is you shouldn't be having a diesel car with such low mileage.


Really didn't expect that high of a percentage; obviously I am spoiled in terms of mileage per year. Per year I'd do twice that.

However; I do understand the comfort of driving such a nice machine with the comforting probability that the clutch won't go anytime soon.
So I'm not mocking such a decision to get this car, just jealous of those that live so close to work
hearts21 m ago

lol If you like nice cars BUY a nice car. Don't waste 7k driving car for …lol If you like nice cars BUY a nice car. Don't waste 7k driving car for 5 k miles a year for 2 years And it isn't a little bit extra, the.price rises are quite significant. I have nothing against lease deals but these payments for 2 years are just a waste. If you cant' afford it go for something less expensive. But each to their own. :-)


Yep, you're right. Don't waste £7k, BUY it and lose £12k instead.

Given it costs an extra £54 a month to double the annual mileage, that's still a fair bit cheaper than buying outright.

As you say, each to their own.
lowbacca2 h, 35 m ago

Great deal, I've driven one of these and it really is an impressive car.


What's it like? 180 bhp doesn't seem a lot for a car this big?
Lewis_Carpenter-11171513719 m ago

The analogy would only work if the person rented the shoes and were only …The analogy would only work if the person rented the shoes and were only allowed to walk X amount of miles, or rented a TV and only allowed to watch X amount of hours...


Not really.

The post I was replying to suggested people that did low mileage shouldn't have this car, they should buy a cheap runaround instead. How the car is paid for is another issue.

So if I don't walk very far I should only buy cheap shoes? If I only watch an hours TV a night I should just buy any old crap TV?
wtw16 m ago

What's it like? 180 bhp doesn't seem a lot for a car this big?


How much horsepower do you need?
Elitefox49 m ago

Really didn't expect that high of a percentage; obviously I am spoiled in …Really didn't expect that high of a percentage; obviously I am spoiled in terms of mileage per year. Per year I'd do twice that.However; I do understand the comfort of driving such a nice machine with the comforting probability that the clutch won't go anytime soon.So I'm not mocking such a decision to get this car, just jealous of those that live so close to work


Well you have to take into account retired people too. My dad does less than 3k my mum less than 1k. Both my elder brothers do less than 5k as they either cycle or take public transport to work.

I do about 16k a year. But if I didn't work where I do I probably only would do about 5k.

But there are loads of people who do big miles. I see the same cars on the same roads everyday.
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wtw49 m ago

What's it like? 180 bhp doesn't seem a lot for a car this big?


BHP is a silly marketing number on a road car, less relevant than the 430Nm of torque from this engine. Which is plenty.
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a 5K mileage could work out OK for me, I do quite a lot more miles a year than 5K but it's spread across 3 cars.
littlesos2 h, 24 m ago

Seats in the R sport are horrible, really uncomfortable for any journey …Seats in the R sport are horrible, really uncomfortable for any journey above 15 minutes long.



I find mine very comfortable
I wasn't too impressed with the XE. Interior materials felt cheap to me and the infotainment isn't as good as the BMW iDrive. Deal seems okay but mileage is a little low for most I suspect.
Fab deal on the Specific car, if it is what you specifically want.

For me, I would not chose the car as I dont see this as being either, economical, good performance or a family car, but if you want a Jag, go ahead.

Heat added.
Elitefox4 h, 12 m ago

It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their …It's no wonder people who finance these types of cars leave them in their driveway's like ornaments.5K shouldn't even be an option as the lowest acceptable range.Thanks for posting this OP, especially after all the work you've done to further elaborate on this deal.


I find it great, pay for 5k, do 30 and backclock the *****.
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Guzzle1 h, 25 m ago

Not really. The post I was replying to suggested people that did low …Not really. The post I was replying to suggested people that did low mileage shouldn't have this car, they should buy a cheap runaround instead. How the car is paid for is another issue.So if I don't walk very far I should only buy cheap shoes? If I only watch an hours TV a night I should just buy any old crap TV?


Actually, the shoe analogy doesn't work... if we can be anal about it (see what I did there?)
Shoes aren't something we concern ourselves in terms of paying for it and losing value.

So even if you walk very little or walk all the time, getting a nice pair of shoes works for both. All things being equal, if you walk less, your shoes will last a longer period of time. If you walk more, you'll wear them out quicker.

So if a pair of shoes are capable of lasting x miles, it's only a matter of time when they need replacing for each user. If they're stuffed in the drawers 6 days a week, they're not depreciating, unless that's how you look at shoes!

Whereas a car, mostly sat on the driveway will be costing a not too dissimilar amount of money as another one being used more regularly. Taking OPs example (which probably isn't correct), you only have to pay 18% to be allowed to get 100% more usage out of it. In reality, the 10k/pa lease would be cheaper than s/he has quoted by just adding excess miles on.
m5rcc1 h, 31 m ago

How much horsepower do you need?


Well that depends on the size of the car.

8.2 seconds to 60 isn't terrible though.
deleted9096820th Dec 2017

BHP is a silly marketing number on a road car, less relevant than the …BHP is a silly marketing number on a road car, less relevant than the 430Nm of torque from this engine. Which is plenty.


Yeah I just looked up the specs that's a decent amount of torque.
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