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Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 2WD Standard - Initial Payment £2,340 / £99 Fees / £260pm x 35 Months = £11,539 @ Carwow
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Land Rover Range Rover Evoque 2.0 D150 2WD Standard - Initial Payment £2,340 / £99 Fees / £260pm x 35 Months = £11,539 @ Carwow

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Posted 11th Jun

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Not sure if this is any good but after an new SUV, wasn’t looking at these but considering.

35 month lease price includes vat
Monthly payments £260
Initial payment £2340
Fees £99
Contract length 3 years
Mileage 8000
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Kamraino11/06/2019 20:58

How does insurance work with this kind of vehicle? On lease?


You'll need it
drtongue11/06/2019 21:39

Someone took one of these in 18 seconds off our work car park. Timed it …Someone took one of these in 18 seconds off our work car park. Timed it off the CCTV.


Big car park or slow car? I'm normally out in less than 10s at home time
Edited by: "leeeastham" 11th Jun
Leasing is a false economy, buy a car 2 years old, if you can afford and keep it for a few years.
kkthomask11/06/2019 22:14

Leasing is a false economy, buy a car 2 years old, if you can afford and …Leasing is a false economy, buy a car 2 years old, if you can afford and keep it for a few years.


But people are allowed to spend their own money how they wish, and have different priorities - it would be boring if we were all the same.
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How does insurance work with this kind of vehicle? On lease?
Kamraino11/06/2019 20:58

How does insurance work with this kind of vehicle? On lease?


You'll need it
You need to insure it yourself.
Kamraino11/06/2019 20:58

How does insurance work with this kind of vehicle? On lease?



Just the same as a purchased vehicle, except the registered owner will be the lease company.
Don't forget t*at insurance as well
Gap insurance too?
Is 48p per mile minimum, plus tax/insurance and fuel considered good value these days?
kvn61811/06/2019 21:20

A must! About £250 for three years


Cool. Was wondering how much that would cost. I've got a Seat Leon arriving on a 2 year in a couple of weeks - would Gap be much cheaper than that or around tyr same for 2 years? Presumably I can't get a quote till I have the reg of the car?
Is this the New Evoque or the older Ford based one?
Hetheboss11/06/2019 21:24

Cool. Was wondering how much that would cost. I've got a Seat Leon …Cool. Was wondering how much that would cost. I've got a Seat Leon arriving on a 2 year in a couple of weeks - would Gap be much cheaper than that or around tyr same for 2 years? Presumably I can't get a quote till I have the reg of the car?


Check out moneysavingexpert website, has a section covering gap insurance with different providers and discounts. You’ll probably be looking at £150-£200. But worth getting a few quotes and check reviews online
groenleader11/06/2019 21:26

Is this the New Evoque or the older Ford based one?


New, as per photo.
snooper7511/06/2019 21:35

New, as per photo.


New shape, as brand new but I have sent a message to confirm.
Someone took one of these in 18 seconds off our work car park. Timed it off the CCTV.
drtongue11/06/2019 21:39

Someone took one of these in 18 seconds off our work car park. Timed it …Someone took one of these in 18 seconds off our work car park. Timed it off the CCTV.


Big car park or slow car? I'm normally out in less than 10s at home time
Edited by: "leeeastham" 11th Jun
rdajackson11/06/2019 20:59

You'll need it


Almost as much as you'll be needing the warranty.
The only problem I've had with leasing is the majority of insurance companies won't quite me insurance because I wasn't the owner of the vehicle.
leeeastham11/06/2019 21:48

Big car park or slow car? I'm normally out in less than 10s at home time


You have a key tho
bobbarley11/06/2019 21:49

The only problem I've had with leasing is the majority of insurance …The only problem I've had with leasing is the majority of insurance companies won't quite me insurance because I wasn't the owner of the vehicle.


Nonsense
g8spur11/06/2019 21:51

Nonsense


Except it isn't. It removed over half the results on confused.com, AND the company I was with AXA cancelled my policy when I switched to a lease.
marty-40111/06/2019 21:05

Is 48p per mile minimum, plus tax/insurance and fuel considered good value …Is 48p per mile minimum, plus tax/insurance and fuel considered good value these days?


Not really...
Hetheboss11/06/2019 21:24

Cool. Was wondering how much that would cost. I've got a Seat Leon …Cool. Was wondering how much that would cost. I've got a Seat Leon arriving on a 2 year in a couple of weeks - would Gap be much cheaper than that or around tyr same for 2 years? Presumably I can't get a quote till I have the reg of the car?


Ala gap insurance is usually very competitively priced, certainly way cheaper than the dealers will charge. Paid £99 last time I purchased for 2 years cover.
Hetheboss11/06/2019 21:24

Cool. Was wondering how much that would cost. I've got a Seat Leon …Cool. Was wondering how much that would cost. I've got a Seat Leon arriving on a 2 year in a couple of weeks - would Gap be much cheaper than that or around tyr same for 2 years? Presumably I can't get a quote till I have the reg of the car?


I’d absolutely go for GAP insurance mate.

My mrs had a Fiesta leased through BristolStreet Ford, thankfully because her accident was within a few months of taking the contract out, they paid out in full (although we’re still going through the case).

Any longer and without Gap insurance (was never aware of it - even the sales advisor didn’t suggest it); we would’ve been in nearly £10k of debt now.

For the sake of a few hundred quid, it’s a no-brainer - especially in hindsight should the worst ever happen to you.
sh3z11/06/2019 22:03

I’d absolutely go for GAP insurance mate. My mrs had a Fiesta leased t …I’d absolutely go for GAP insurance mate. My mrs had a Fiesta leased through BristolStreet Ford, thankfully because her accident was within a few months of taking the contract out, they paid out in full (although we’re still going through the case). Any longer and without Gap insurance (was never aware of it - even the sales advisor didn’t suggest it); we would’ve been in nearly £10k of debt now. For the sake of a few hundred quid, it’s a no-brainer - especially in hindsight should the worst ever happen to you.


My car insurance covers new for the first 12 months (when largest depreciation happens). I have two year leases so haven’t ever bothered with GAP.
Leasing is a false economy, buy a car 2 years old, if you can afford and keep it for a few years.
kkthomask11/06/2019 22:14

Leasing is a false economy, buy a car 2 years old, if you can afford and …Leasing is a false economy, buy a car 2 years old, if you can afford and keep it for a few years.


But people are allowed to spend their own money how they wish, and have different priorities - it would be boring if we were all the same.
bobbarley11/06/2019 21:49

The only problem I've had with leasing is the majority of insurance …The only problem I've had with leasing is the majority of insurance companies won't quite me insurance because I wasn't the owner of the vehicle.


That’s odd, I’ve never had that issue. On third lease now.
kkthomask11/06/2019 22:14

Leasing is a false economy, buy a car 2 years old, if you can afford and …Leasing is a false economy, buy a car 2 years old, if you can afford and keep it for a few years.


How much are 2 year old Discos going for?
M_z11/06/2019 22:19

But people are allowed to spend their own money how they wish, and have …But people are allowed to spend their own money how they wish, and have different priorities - it would be boring if we were all the same.


And people are free to express their views in this kind of forums as well, as far it is not derogatory and offensive. Just chill bro.
Fjurg-Van-Der-Ploeg11/06/2019 22:21

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Looks like life is a race, trying to impress your peers..No issues for anyone spending their hard-earned money the way they wish to.
Fjurg-Van-Der-Ploeg11/06/2019 22:21

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I think you'll find they can moan all they want, and probably will too.
Edited by: "M_z" 11th Jun
kford198411/06/2019 21:03

Don't forget t*at insurance as well


Your premiums must be very expensive, given you’re a guaranteed risk.
It's a good deal, just a shame that they're unreliable. Jaguar land rover have got a huge catalogue of complaints recently. To the point people are dumping their cars in front of the dealers. I'd avoid JLR for a while until they fix their customer care up. If you don't believe me, search for it on Google and you'll soon want to stay away.
waby123411/06/2019 22:20

That’s odd, I’ve never had that issue. On third lease now.


Yeah it sucks. I was insured with AXA. When I switched from a BMW to my leased hyundai they told me they were cancelling the policy because I didn't own the car.
markwigg11/06/2019 22:00

Ala gap insurance is usually very competitively priced, certainly way …Ala gap insurance is usually very competitively priced, certainly way cheaper than the dealers will charge. Paid £99 last time I purchased for 2 years cover.



I paid about the same on mine a year ago for 3 years cover. Way cheaper than what the dealers were selling.
bobbarley11/06/2019 22:34

Yeah it sucks. I was insured with AXA. When I switched from a BMW to my …Yeah it sucks. I was insured with AXA. When I switched from a BMW to my leased hyundai they told me they were cancelling the policy because I didn't own the car.


I can’t see it affecting your risk profile so much that it means cancelling your policy. I’m currently with LV, was with Aviva. No issues!
Cheap price for a range rover is this the purchase price or the price you pay to pretend you own it?
yoyo5911/06/2019 22:44

Cheap price for a range rover is this the purchase price or the price you …Cheap price for a range rover is this the purchase price or the price you pay to pretend you own it?


This is a 3 year lease deal
ec9wrr11/06/2019 22:07

My car insurance covers new for the first 12 months (when largest …My car insurance covers new for the first 12 months (when largest depreciation happens). I have two year leases so haven’t ever bothered with GAP.


Great, your insurance eventually gives you the new price back for the car, but in the time it takes to get all that sorted, you still have to keep making your lease payments. Then you have to give the lease company money for the car, so no car either. This is where GAP insurance comes in, as I understand it.
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