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Audi A6 Saloon 1.8 TFSI SE Executive 4dr S Tronic - 24 month Lease Deal, £188.57 per month, £1697.13 initial payment, 5k miles - £6273.04 total @ Key Fleet Direct
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31/12/2017Expires on 31/12/2017Found 7 h, 38 m agoFound 7 h, 38 m ago
Had an email on this today (Look on their website for lower upfront payment options or contact them): Audi A6 Saloon 1.8 TFSI SE Executive 4dr S Tronic (Petrol - Automatic) Perso… Read more

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salispropnews31 m ago

why would you lease? Get a 3% personal loan!!


It' s a £32945 brand new car that you're using for 2 years, costing you £6273.04 at 5k miles, equating to 19.04% of the vehicle value. If you were to get a loan and buy the car outright, not only have you got the interest on top, but it would easily lose more money in value through depreciation and then you're stuck with it trying to flog it to tyre kickers that want it for nothing, hence why people lease.
Edited by: "gmon" 39 m ago

why would you lease? Get a 3% personal loan!!

5k miles hahah just buy a run around what’s the point of an A6 for 5000 miles

taker9203 m ago

Yep lots of people I know do this, shocking if you ask me that it's even …Yep lots of people I know do this, shocking if you ask me that it's even availableI hope they get caught out


The problem will be when the lease firm sells this car on via auction onto a dealer and they will plug the car into various systems with the ECU, it will show the mileage has been tampered with.
Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchback 1.2 PureTech [82] Feel 5 Door Manual - 12 month Lease Deal, No Deposit, £167.99 inc VAT per month, 10000 miles - £2254.68 total @ Key Fleet direct
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31/12/2017Expires on 31/12/2017Found 5th DecFound 5th Dec
Had an email on this today: Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchback 1.2 PureTech [82] Feel 5 Door Manual Personal Contract Hire (No option to buy) 12 month contract 10,000 miles £0 deposit F… Read more

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Who's ordered one?

Just recently finished a lease on one of these as one of our vehicles, a Flair 1.2 petrol, as a first time car for my partner. There is quite simply no better bang for buck car for the money.

I love my cars, and I can tell you for a fact this is a very impressive vehicle. From BMW 7 series, Citroen C6, "real" 4x4s etc etc.. Had them all, so know what I'm talking about. Every single person who gave it a try was either pleasantly surprised, or outright taken aback at just how good it was, especially for the £130ish pm with no initial payment that it was had for. Replaced this with a new Alfa Romeo Giulia Veloce. We were genuinely sad to see the Cactus go, but the Alfa is a £40k+ variant on the current car the year, so the blow is softened!

Whilst researching, I do recall Chris Evans' motoring colum saying the Cactus was the best car he'd driven all year (outside the supercars and hypercars). It also gained almost universally good reviews.

I'd ignore the nonsense from themekfrommars above (he must've been given an actual real cactus plant, with four toy wheels stuck on as his courtesy car and not noticed)... Base any purchase decision on reality, and on the opinions of people who know. You won't get a better car for anywhere near the money.

matth51828 h, 38 m ago

Google fleetprices - they got mine within 2 weeks and couldn't be touched …Google fleetprices - they got mine within 2 weeks and couldn't be touched on price (even by a friend at Preston audi). I got my parents the yeti deal from them, 130 down, 130 a month.




Hi did you get the Audi A3 from them? How much was the payments each month?

matth51828 h, 37 m ago

Google fleetprices - they got mine within 2 weeks and couldn't be touched …Google fleetprices - they got mine within 2 weeks and couldn't be touched on price (even by a friend at Preston audi). I got my parents the yeti deal from them, 130 down, 130 a month.


Hi did you get the Audi A3 from them? How much was the payments each month?

Really like the cactus it's just the interior infant live with.Nearly bought one but engines aren't powerful enough.Was hoping they would put the 1.6 turbo petrol in them he same as the ds3 or mini.Overall decent car for the money I would deal up.
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Volkswagen Golf Diesel Hatchback 1.6 TDI GT 5 Door Manual (2018), 8000 miles, 24 month lease deal £197.81 a month, £1780.29 initial rental inc VAT, First Service FREE, Christmas special offer @ Key Fleet Direct - Total Cost: £6568.72
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Had an email on this today: Volkswagen Golf Diesel Hatchback 1.6 TDI GT 5 Door Manual (2018) Personal Contract Hire (No option to buy) 24 month contract 8000 miles per year (16,0… Read more

This is about £2k more expensive than the deal I went for (admittedly 18months ago) but for reference mine was £1k deposit and £150 a month. Mileage increase (to a total of 21k over 2 years) has added and extra £260 spread over 10 months but gives you an idea of can be achieved (if you have a spare time machine handy).

There are also Audi A6/A4 deals flying around for this price at the minute.

Why would you take your car to a random garage that has no training or engineers with qualifications from the actual manufacturer?

volksdub2 h, 18 m ago

If the finance is from VWFS then this will be the case. It’s all about the …If the finance is from VWFS then this will be the case. It’s all about the resale value, having full dealer history when they get the car back helps get best price when it goes to auction.


Ah ok, mine isn't from VWFS. Actually, my car isn't even't a VW
It's from Hitachi Capital

loofer11 h, 7 m ago

Not sure if that is the case. Just has to be to manufacturer spec. Will …Not sure if that is the case. Just has to be to manufacturer spec. Will have to read up on my contract.


If the finance is from VWFS then this will be the case. It’s all about the resale value, having full dealer history when they get the car back helps get best price when it goes to auction.

VW and diesel... There's a joke there somewhere.
BMW 2 Series Coupe 218i Sport Manual - Personal Contract hire £245.99 per month / no deposit @ Key Fleet Direct. Total cost - £6,142.56
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This is based on a Personal Contract Hire, 24 month contract, £0 deposit, 10000 miles per annum, £245.99 inc VAT per month. Other mileage's available, ready for quick delivery in … Read more

gmon8 h, 56 m ago

Sport and M-Sport now available until tomorrow only. The sport has tinted …Sport and M-Sport now available until tomorrow only. The sport has tinted windows that are an additional cost, the M-Sport only works out a few quid more so may as well take that!


Went for the Audi A4 deal love hduk juicy offers all the time lol

gmon27th Oct

What would the run flats cost roughly?


I don’t have RFT fitted to either of mine so not sure, terrible tyres compared to normal none run flats. My 2 series has the Michelin Pilot Supersports and on the other I have Michelin PS4s, all great tyres.

If you you do want RFT they are not silly money though.

Applied they called me to say deal expired

FocusST22 h, 44 m ago

Only need servicing every two years/CBS and a service will be from …Only need servicing every two years/CBS and a service will be from £200-300 ish depending on various factors



You can buy the service pack which for £299 covers the basics of the service, minus brakes for 3 years or 36K.

A lot of dealers are throwing this in for free or offering it half price, you should negotiate this as part of your contract hire.
Edited by: "groenleader" 28th Oct

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FocusST10 h, 48 m ago

Only need servicing every two years/CBS and a service will be from …Only need servicing every two years/CBS and a service will be from £200-300 ish depending on various factors

What would the run flats cost roughly?
DS DS 3 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Elegance 3dr - £41.99 a month plus £1,438.80 deposit @ Keyfleet
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10,000 miles a year, all prices include VAT and the £239 processing fee. New face-lifted version, no longer badged Citroen. 12 month contract.

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s4k1b85

basically get a well looked after VAG 1.9 tdi. job done.



https://marketculture.files.wordpress.com/2015/09/vw_up_in_smoke.jpg

rakinmorjaria1

Fair enough, each to their own. What 2 grand motor do you have in mind?



​my response above should have been tailored to your comment. sorry.

Oneday77

Is that before or after hefty bills for a new DMF, Fuel pump or DPF?



​if you know how to buy 2nd hand, and how to drive in order to give the dmf an easy life, you wont experience a dmf issue. they last a long time so unlikely to give you an issue over 12months if there wasnt an issue with it in the first place.

same with fuel pumps, dont abuse your car with red diesel, cooking oil and supermarket fuel. if you still to a quality fuel you shouldnt have an issue with this at all.

on a 2k car you are unlikely to even have a DPF as they were introduced on later cars which still cost upwards of 5k ish.

basically get a well looked after VAG 1.9 tdi. job done.

s4k1b85

rather buy a 2grand motor and sell for 1500 12 months later after having … rather buy a 2grand motor and sell for 1500 12 months later after having used it.



Fair enough, each to their own. What 2 grand motor do you have in mind?

Oneday77

Is that before or after hefty bills for a new DMF, Fuel pump or DPF?



​under warranty surely?
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Citroen C1 1.2 PureTech - 18 month lease for £1989.40  @ Keyfleet
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18 month lease on a Citroen C1 Hatchback 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr £1,200 initial payment 17 payments of £32.39 plus a £199 processing fee 5,000 miles per year (10,000 miles is £122 … Read more

Seggamackem

???????



​It's not really that hard to park is it

aljack

​Reversing camera on a C1 oO ha ha


???????

karlie88

Not the best deal for a C1 Feel. Works out at £110.50/month with 5k … Not the best deal for a C1 Feel. Works out at £110.50/month with 5k pa.For an extra £1.80/month, you can get the Flair edition which is the next trim up (reversing camera, rear tinted windows, electric/heated door mirrors, leather steering wheel etc) and mileage allowance is 8k pa. Granted, it's a 24 month lease vs. OP's 18 month lease but I don't see that making such a big difference.http://www.whatcar.com/car-leasing/car-leasing/deals/citroen/c1/hatchback-/business/718913/



​Reversing camera on a C1 oO ha ha

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ismaildeal123

coldfor BUSINESS CONTRACTS only



Scroll down the linked page for the personal deals.

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MINI Clubman Diesel Estate 2.0 Cooper D 6dr [Chili Pack] + Fully Maintained + Breakdown Cover; £185.99p/m 24 month contract = £6190.46
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Not the best looking car, but decent price. MINI Clubman Diesel Estate 2.0 Cooper D 6dr [Chili Pack] Breakdown Cover Fully Maintained 8,000 miles per year 24 month contract List … Read more

Can you pay the full amount up front? Or does it have to be a finance thing?

I have driven one of these new clubmans and they are a great drive, you cannot beat the old style tho they are more unique, but honestly drive one I think you will be impressed

My first car was a mini clubman estate (second hand and it had the screen wash which was not electric. You pushed a button on the dashboard which felt like I was squeezing a washing up bottle to make it pump)

http://www.newoldcar.co.uk/images/Featured_Cars/Austin/Mini/310_1980_Austin_Morris_Mini_Clubman_In_Yellow/1980%20austin%20morris%20mini%20clubman%20in%20yellow%203.jpg

A Mini ESTATE!!! ...oh FFS!

mini produces yet another pointless estate.
Renault Megane Renaultsport 275 Cup S + Breakdown cover - 8k miles per year £191.99p/m 24 month contract Total = £6382.46 @ KeyFleetDirect
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Decent price for a quick car. Renault Megane Renaultsport 275 Cup S Breakdown Cover 8,000 miles per year 24 month contract List price £23,935 Initial rental - £1727.89 Monthly r… Read more

I haven't went for it but the info on their page says that metallic paint … I haven't went for it but the info on their page says that metallic paint is included so I would think you could get the red at no extra cost.



I can see it now on the main page metallic paint with a tick next to it.
However if you go in to the optional extras the only colour with a no cost is the white.
Will emai and update later when I get a reply


Edited by: "jarjarmustdie" 12th Mar 2016

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jarjarmustdie

Has anybody gone for this year?Looks like the only option without paying … Has anybody gone for this year?Looks like the only option without paying extra is Glacier whiteMore inforamtion from the Renaultsport forum here http://www.renaultsport.co.uk/forum/default.aspx?g=posts&t=87476Reviewhttp://www.topspeed.com/cars/renault/2015-renault-megane-renaultsport-275-cup-s-ar171091.html#main



I haven't went for it but the info on their page says that metallic paint is included so I would think you could get the red at no extra cost.

anyone4apint

Good car and a good deal, but a word of caution to anyone considering … Good car and a good deal, but a word of caution to anyone considering it.... do not forget that this is a lease, that means that you do not own it. That means that you cannot modify it and you also cannot take it on track days without significant risk. Usually these things do not matter on a lease, but with a car like this 90% end up modified and most end up doing a few track days so it becomes more relevant.Also, to all the people talking nonsense about whats fast / slow - as anyone who has ever done a few track days will tell you, the fastest car there is always the cheapest **** beaten up one, and its usually a Clio.



Got to agree about the Clio, done a few track days in mine and past plenty of faster cars.:p
Although mine is a 182 Trophy not a **** beaten up one

Good car and a good deal, but a word of caution to anyone considering it.... do not forget that this is a lease, that means that you do not own it. That means that you cannot modify it and you also cannot take it on track days without significant risk. Usually these things do not matter on a lease, but with a car like this 90% end up modified and most end up doing a few track days so it becomes more relevant.

Also, to all the people talking nonsense about whats fast / slow - as anyone who has ever done a few track days will tell you, the fastest car there is always the cheapest **** beaten up one, and its usually a Clio.
Edited by: "anyone4apint" 11th Mar 2016
VAUXHALL CORSA DIESEL HATCHBACK 1.3 CDTi ecoFLEX Limited Edition 3dr £82.80 lease a month plus £1200 fee at Keyfleet
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Seems like a nice car for very little money. However I'm concerned about the high initial payment
Get dealGet deal

Had the 1.3 engine, awesome little engine had the car from new, some 6 years almost on 80k and has never missed a beat, definatly recommend getting them remapped, sooo smooth afterwards although don't get why you'd get this on a lease with only 5k good if you only ever do a 15/20 mile commute i guess

If it's a lease car you don't care about particulate filter problems.

ShaunnyBwoy

Basically, this isn't a car for short runs to pick up the kids or stop at … Basically, this isn't a car for short runs to pick up the kids or stop at the corner shop, and neither are many modern diesels. The mpgs must be superb, but then's the paradox... who'd want to travel long distances in a hot hatch?



even less likely with a 5000 mile allowance... but the real paradox here is calling a 1.3 diesel a hot hatch!

m5rcc

Absolutely not!With the 1.3 CDTI (FIAT 1.25 Multijet) engine fitted with … Absolutely not!With the 1.3 CDTI (FIAT 1.25 Multijet) engine fitted with a diesel particulate filter, what can happen is that excess diesel fuel that was supposed to burn hotter and regenerate the dpf does not and instead seeps into the sump, gradually raising the level of sump oil to the point that the engine starts to run on it, cannot be stopped and therefore self-destructs. Vital to check sump oil level regularly.



Basically, this isn't a car for short runs to pick up the kids or stop at the corner shop, and neither are many modern diesels. The mpgs must be superb, but then's the paradox... who'd want to travel long distances in a hot hatch?

sponduli

buisiness use only so ok if you dont have much buiness



Or work from home and only go out once a week to buy stamps. Do yourself a favour and buy a Polo..
Keyfleet - BMW 330d M-Sport [Professional media] £329.99 p/m lease deal £9,569.65
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Slightly more then the Tilsun deal which was £306 p.m. but this is with the Professional Media package worth £1,990 and Metallic paint worth £845. Specification Includes Metallic… Read more

simonmowbray

What is the MPG for this car?



40-45 easily depending with a mix of motorway and A/B roads.

RCUK

a gtr has close to 600 bhp ... you can't put that through rear wheels on … a gtr has close to 600 bhp ... you can't put that through rear wheels on a corner without some sap killing themselves - hence 4x4.an audi a3 with 150bhp aint quite in the same league.



For the record an S3 (which is what we are talking about) has 261bhp, still the point stands. Proper 4wd is always better than stand alone RWD unless your trying to show off that is...

a gtr has close to 600 bhp ... you can't put that through rear wheels on a corner without some sap killing themselves - hence 4x4.

an audi a3 with 150bhp aint quite in the same league.

RCUK

As i said ... a RWD car is far more satisfying.... 4WD if u need grip or … As i said ... a RWD car is far more satisfying.... 4WD if u need grip or to go off road, but if u can chuck a car about, RWD is the winner.(and yes... I've had RWD, FWD and 4WD ..... FWD was an integra type r, 4WD was a subaru, various RWD BMW's)



That's a top gear generalisation. Good 4WD is the best you can get, its why Nissan put it on the GT-R. RWD might be nice for power sliding photo shoots and Jeremy Clarkson's ego, sure they corner slightly better (than FWD) but they also tramline, kick out and spin readily - they also struggle for traction with anymore than 300bhp or in bad weather.

4WD is king and that's a fact despite what the self professed "purists" might spout.

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Tyranicus66

As anyone that reads this forum regularly will know, I am a huge Audi fan … As anyone that reads this forum regularly will know, I am a huge Audi fan and have also owned quite a few BMW's. However you cannot compare an A3 in any guise to a 3 series - compare it to the 1 series by all means (the A3 is better) but vs a 3 series it is not only outclassed it also out of its class. Premium hatchback vs Compact exec - apples and oranges, also the 3.0 BMW diesel engine is better than the equivalent Audi 3.0tdi . That's from a man with a brand new 3.0TDI, so if anything I should be supporting it - that said Audi's interiors are 10 time nicer than BMW which is what really influenced my choice.



I 100% agree with you on all your 3 points.