Jaguar Xf Saloon 2.0i R-Sport 4dr Auto [2018] 2 Year Lease deal £199.98 a month £1,736.86 inc VAT initial payment £6536.38 @ Selectcarleasing
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Jaguar Xf Saloon 2.0i R-Sport 4dr Auto [2018] 2 Year Lease deal £199.98 a month £1,736.86 inc VAT initial payment £6536.38 @ Selectcarleasing

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Edited by:"Heisenberg21"Found 24th Nov
£1,736.86 inc VAT initial payment then £199.98 a month for 6000 miles on a 2 year deal

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Stevie.Badman15 m ago

Do you get the deposit back after 2 years?


Of course. Keep your fuel receipts too and they'll refund them when you hand it back.

Stevie.Badman11 m ago

Do you get the deposit back after 2 years?


Here we go again...

POWYSWALES19 m ago

Fully agree with what you are saying, But for me I just want the car to …Fully agree with what you are saying, But for me I just want the car to mainly do a 28 mile round trip on a national speed back road, be economical, and keep me warm and dry the dacia does that well for me and has never let me down, it has been cheap reliable motoring for the last 2 years. I guess it is what you want in life, I would rather put money into my home and a couple of holidays a year. To me a car just has to be reliable and not a money pit.


So I don't get why you comment on the deal then? It's a pointless waste of your time, since it is of no interest to you, and you post inflammatory comments with regards to the mileage since it might not suit you.

You do realise many people might actually want a good deal on a semi-luxury car, so they ca save money, the entire point of this site.

I don’t get why they just don’t word it as “upfront payment” instead of deposit
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What a rip

Do you get the deposit back after 2 years?

6000 miles, I would want to enjoy the car not leave it sitting on the drive. Think I will stick with a £5995 dacia. Mine to keep and no watching the miles.

Original Poster

No its a lease deal so you pay your initial deposit and then the monthly payments. Over the course of 2 years you will pay a total of £6536.38 but its a £37,000 car you're driving in that 2 year!

Original Poster

You can increase the miles and pay a little more. If you double the miles to 12,000 miles its £242.99 a month & £2186.90 up front

10K Miles is available at £228.99 per month, making the additional 4000 miles only 8.4p per mile.

Obviously if you go over the mileage you just pay the extra cost per mile, which is not advertised here, but it is usually between 7-13p + VAT per mile, depending on the deal at the time.

I'm curious as to how many people do over 10K miles, especially those without 60 mile+ commutes to work.

Stevie.Badman11 m ago

Do you get the deposit back after 2 years?


Here we go again...

Good deal. Perhaps paying for additional miles either upfront or at the end (dependant on cost per mile) would make sense to most.

I'm not knocking 6k Dacia's however I don't think the overall user experience is anywhere in the same ballpark to one of these. I'd love for those that think it is to drive both a 6k Dacia and this back to back and then convincingly say any different.

Yes...With regards to a 6k Dacia you'd own your own car. This is a lease with mileage restrictions and you give it back after 2 years. For me, I'd rather enjoy the 2 years rather than have (let's be honest) a very basic experience time indefinitely.

Bagey4 m ago

Here we go again...


No! You keep it! It’s like free stuff innit.

Stevie.Badman15 m ago

Do you get the deposit back after 2 years?


Of course. Keep your fuel receipts too and they'll refund them when you hand it back.

I don’t get why they just don’t word it as “upfront payment” instead of deposit

Excellent car complete with indicators - don't be yet another Audi/BMW bore.

I guess it’s ok if you want a Jaaag but as the Alfa Romeo Giulia is winning car of the year left right and centre in the same class......why would you? Especially as Alfa are now the most reliable of all the European car brands.

You can also do this for a total of £6847.36, on a 3+23 deal with 8K miles included. Upfront is only £790.08, plus the fee's of £234.99. Making the extra 2K miles only 7.77p each, so not too bad, and a good balance if you are worried about going over 6K.

6000 miles hahahaha old lady’s only need apply

whilst I won't be getting the deal, it really is good value. A 35 K + car will depreciate by more than 6k over 2 years so great value for money.

Sell.Me30 m ago

Good deal. Perhaps paying for additional miles either upfront or at the …Good deal. Perhaps paying for additional miles either upfront or at the end (dependant on cost per mile) would make sense to most.I'm not knocking 6k Dacia's however I don't think the overall user experience is anywhere in the same ballpark to one of these. I'd love for those that think it is to drive both a 6k Dacia and this back to back and then convincingly say any different. Yes...With regards to a 6k Dacia you'd own your own car. This is a lease with mileage restrictions and you give it back after 2 years. For me, I'd rather enjoy the 2 years rather than have (let's be honest) a very basic experience time indefinitely.


Fully agree with what you are saying, But for me I just want the car to mainly do a 28 mile round trip on a national speed back road, be economical, and keep me warm and dry and the dacia does that well for me and has never let me down, it has been cheap reliable motoring for the last 2 years. I guess it is what you want in life, I would rather put money into my home and a couple of holidays a year. To me a car just has to be reliable and not a money pit. I kept my Skoda Felicia on the road for 14 years and I don't see why the Dacia will not do the same.
Edited by: "SOUTHWALES" 24th Nov

If you do short milage, this is a cracking deal.

smiller969018 m ago

I don’t get why they just don’t word it as “upfront payment” instead of dep …I don’t get why they just don’t word it as “upfront payment” instead of deposit


To make it sound more appealing... the small print is usually very veryyy long long!!

brilliant deal, heat added - currently in a 2 year A4 lease or i would seriously look at this

Stevie.Badman35 m ago

Do you get the deposit back after 2 years?


What car do you drive? How much did you pay for it and when? How many miles do you drive a year?

Let's do some maths.

Good price

Crazy price for an automatic Jag.

smiller969022 m ago

I don’t get why they just don’t word it as “upfront payment” instead of dep …I don’t get why they just don’t word it as “upfront payment” instead of deposit



Do you get the deposit you pay for a holiday back when you come home?

6000 miles? LOL, so leave it on the drive after 4 months for people to admire

It’s a Jaguar, rather buy a Bmw or Mercedes

If I hadn't of taken the vrs 245 deal a couple of weeks ago I'd be all over this like a tramp on chips
Edited by: "Avenger" 24th Nov

Awesome

Good price for 37k car

POWYSWALES19 m ago

Fully agree with what you are saying, But for me I just want the car to …Fully agree with what you are saying, But for me I just want the car to mainly do a 28 mile round trip on a national speed back road, be economical, and keep me warm and dry the dacia does that well for me and has never let me down, it has been cheap reliable motoring for the last 2 years. I guess it is what you want in life, I would rather put money into my home and a couple of holidays a year. To me a car just has to be reliable and not a money pit.


So I don't get why you comment on the deal then? It's a pointless waste of your time, since it is of no interest to you, and you post inflammatory comments with regards to the mileage since it might not suit you.

You do realise many people might actually want a good deal on a semi-luxury car, so they ca save money, the entire point of this site.

Sharpharp5 m ago

6000 miles? LOL, so leave it on the drive after 4 months for people to …6000 miles? LOL, so leave it on the drive after 4 months for people to admire


I've done 12,300 miles in my car over the past 2 years. Not everyone has a requirement to travel up and down motorways every day.

Is it better to put down realistic mileage or to pay at the end?

Sharpharp8 m ago

6000 miles? LOL, so leave it on the drive after 4 months for people to …6000 miles? LOL, so leave it on the drive after 4 months for people to admire


Ditto here! -maybe get a dacia to eat the miles and just use this to show off in.

Excellent lease price

And note that this image shows it with the 20” wheels but at that price it’s the 18” wheels, so not the same look.

Yes it's expensive but it's a great deal for a Jag. Hot.

petedonoghue12 m ago

Is it better to put down realistic mileage or to pay at the end?


Get a price for the extra mileage before you make a choice. Quite a lot of people over estimate their requirements, and end up paying £30+ more per month for 2 or more years, when they could have just paid "£less" for the extra miles used.

e.g .If you were looking at doing 11K per year in this, then getting the £228.99 deal with 10k included, and paying for the extra miles at, lets say 11p would be £220 on top, if you went with the 8k miles option at £6847, saving £515 over the 10K option, then spending the extra on the miles at £660 for 6,000 miles at 11p, take away the £220 you would have paid on top of the 10K deal, and you save £75, and if you don't go over the milage as much as expected you save more.

This is a searingly hot deal. During peak Feb and Aug times this year, I couldn't find deals less than £300 per month.

It's not a Deposit! They don't call it a deposit. It has never been a deposit! It's an initial payment! That's all it has ever been. It will not be anything else. Who started this deposit thing off?

xoddsockthiefx5 m ago

It's not a Deposit! They don't call it a deposit. It has never been a …It's not a Deposit! They don't call it a deposit. It has never been a deposit! It's an initial payment! That's all it has ever been. It will not be anything else. Who started this deposit thing off?


Blame travel agents, they started it. "We'll take a £50 deposit today, and pay the rest off over the next 12 months, oh great so I get the £50 back then? No that's part of the price, we just call it a deposit." :0
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