LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE  2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD - LEASE £13630 @ All car leasing
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LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE 2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD - LEASE £13630 @ All car leasing

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Found 22nd May 2017
LAND ROVER RANGE ROVER EVOQUE DIESEL HATCHBACK
2.0 eD4 SE 5dr 2WD
48 month LEASE / PCH
5000 MILES
£248pcm Inc VAT
£1488 deposit Inc VAT
£199 processing fee excluding VAT

Approx £13630 for the full lease term.

Mileage etc can be adjusted, see link below.

allcarleasing.co.uk/car…2wd
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Arctic breeze coming I feel!
£31k new so doesn't look to be that great a deal but not bad if you want a long term lease
this a good deal in my opinion. I pay £700 pcm for my Jeep!
5000 miles wouldn't get me to far through a year...
There was an Evoque owner in the press recently who had taken to advertising on the side of his doors
how unreliable it is and the worst car he has ever owned and has been back for repairs so many times he is fighting the dealer and Rover to get his money back.
Original Poster
If there's a cheaper deal for this motor post it up...
robodob

If there's a cheaper deal for this motor post it up...



Although normally I agree its a fair point on this one the deal is what it is ie a lot of money for a car that is fairly well known to spend half its life in the garage being fixed, also 5000 miles if a waste of time for 90% of the driving population!
Proveright

There was an Evoque owner in the press recently who had taken to … There was an Evoque owner in the press recently who had taken to advertising on the side of his doors how unreliable it is and the worst car he has ever owned and has been back for repairs so many times he is fighting the dealer and Rover to get his money back.



That cos he got a diesel version and only drives it around London no more then 30MPH and most new diesel cars now a days need to be driven at 50+MPH to clean out the filter. so his little light on the dashboard would come on all the time as he was not cleaning it out.

That part can cost around £500-1000 to replace. some people take this out and only put it back in for the MOT to save them money
Original Poster
nictry

Although normally I agree its a fair point on this one the deal is what … Although normally I agree its a fair point on this one the deal is what it is ie a lot of money for a car that is fairly well known to spend half its life in the garage being fixed, also 5000 miles if a waste of time for 90% of the driving population!


By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a good deal. Regardless of personal opinions or anecdotal evidence of reliability. Adjust for mileage or paying the excess mileage is an option on this deal (stated) and the offer still seems reasonable with 10k. I would still like to see a better offer on a new EVOQUE, genuinely...
Edited by: "robodob" 22nd May 2017
Proveright

There was an Evoque owner in the press recently who had taken to … There was an Evoque owner in the press recently who had taken to advertising on the side of his doors how unreliable it is and the worst car he has ever owned and has been back for repairs so many times he is fighting the dealer and Rover to get his money back.



I could find you a similar angry owner for every single make and model of car, they all have issues sometimes!!
robodob

By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a … By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a good deal. Regardless of personal opinions or anecdotal evidence of reliability. Adjust for mileage or paying the excess mileage is an option on this deal (stated) and the offer still seems reasonable with 10k. I would still like to see a better offer on a new EVOQUE, genuinely...



Agreed, and not all of us drive thousands of miles a year, until recently I only did 4k miles a year, but it was all weekend driving and was normally longish journeys so the diesel argument people trot out wouldn't have stood either.

This seems like a decent deal, not everyone on here is a cheapskate that can only afford £10 a month to run a car.
I don't think it's the mileage that's the problem here, as that can be increased to 10k per year for about £6 extra per week.

Four years of paying £250 a month is a big commitment for many people, especially given you will need to put it through its MOT, and any problems in the 4th year could mean big bills.

The main benefit of a lease deal is it's a cheap way of changing regularly, and you avoid high maintenance costs. If you have a buy and keep mentality it may be worth getting your calculator out to see if leasing is actually going to save you any money.

That said, if you are determined to lease one of these then there are worse deals out there.

Edited by: "Guzzle" 22nd May 2017
robodob : how long you worked for all car leasing ?? (_;)
About £20 a month cheaper than the next cheapest price - so good deal AFAIC!
m5rcc

Factually incorrect: 42% of all UK drivers do 6,000 miles a year or less:



42% is factually incorrect too as a % of the respondents in the 3-6000 category would do >5000 miles!
Edited by: "nictry" 23rd May 2017
m5rcc

Not that I would because you are going to a four year lease deal which … Not that I would because you are going to a four year lease deal which would make your last year have no warranty, however, there are plenty of cheaper deals, such as:Same car, with 8k miles per year, for only £1.96/net/month more than your deal.



If only all replies were this useful
Car leasing is the next credit crunch...
spatter

Car leasing is the next credit crunch...



yup - banks have not learned their lessons from 2008, but then again, neither have consumers.
nictry

42% is factually incorrect too as a % of the respondents in the 3-6000 … 42% is factually incorrect too as a % of the respondents in the 3-6000 category would do >5000 miles!



Re-read what I actually wrote please.
m5rcc

Re-read what I actually wrote please.



You quoted a different statistic so essentially irrelevant to my original post
Sadly consumers (except those on hukd) are idiots​
nictry

You quoted a different statistic so essentially irrelevant to my original … You quoted a different statistic so essentially irrelevant to my original post



I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that only 10% of the nation does 5,000 miles or less. I've proved otherwise, but thank you for your contribution.
spatter

Sadly consumers (except those on hukd) are idiots



No - even those on HUKD too.
m5rcc

I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that … I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that only 10% of the nation does 5,000 miles or less. I've proved otherwise, but thank you for your contribution.


Your responses were so good until we got here and then off you go on demonstrating your issue again. Such a shame you undo above when could generate such a more open constructive dialogue with such ease that eludes you, and imo, is a shame.

To be precise you haven't proven anything. In terms of statistics it is all in confidence levels and whilst you refer to statista there are flaws in the data you have presented both in itself as well as in this context.

This car is a diesel and the statistics you refer to is for all fuel types. Statistically diesels do 3000 miles more per year on average than all (check the source the data you have quoted comes from).

Statista also raise the following flaws in their data:

1) Figures are given from samples supplied by users estimates
2) Alternative fuel vehicles excluded in sample
3) Company cars not proportionally represented in sample set
4) Where question on age, ownership and trip data results excluded.


It is your assumption that nictry has presented a subjective view. An open dialogue, with a starting point that no one has perfect knowledge, would ask where the 10% came from which in turn would either validate the premise of your own assumption or possibly, heaven forbid, enlighten you with knowledge they have and can back up that you were unaware of.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 24th May 2017
robodob

By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a … By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a good deal.


Sorry but that is utter rubbish. It may be the best available deal, whether it is a good deal or not though is purely subjective.
Bertz99

Your responses were so good until we got here and then off you go on … Your responses were so good until we got here and then off you go on demonstrating your issue again. Such a shame you undo above when could generate such a more open constructive dialogue with such ease that eludes you, and imo, is a shame.



Yes, it is a shame Bertie that it is just your opinion.

Bertz99

To be precise you haven't proven anything. In terms of statistics it is … To be precise you haven't proven anything. In terms of statistics it is all in confidence levels and whilst you refer to statista there are flaws in the data you have presented both in itself as well as in this context.This car is a diesel and the statistics you refer to is for all fuel types. Statistically diesels do 3000 miles more per year on average than all (check the source the data you have quoted comes from).Statista also raise the following flaws in their data:1) Figures are given from samples supplied by users estimates2) Alternative fuel vehicles excluded in sample3) Company cars not proportionally represented in sample set4) Where question on age, ownership and trip data results excluded.It is your assumption that nictry has presented a subjective view. An open dialogue, with a starting point that no one has perfect knowledge, would ask where the 10% came from which in turn would either validate the premise of your own assumption or possibly, heaven forbid, enlighten you with knowledge they have and can back up that you were unaware of.



It's very curious how you didn't mention all these flaws with the data when you yourself used it in a similar context previously.

But keep at the trolling Bertie, it's what you do best.
m5rcc

Yes, it is a shame Bertie that it is just your opinion.


Which bit - the bit that you add value when not encountering opposing view or that when you do the same pattern repeats?
m5rcc

It's very curious how you didn't mention all these flaws with the data


Again which bit - that guy queried was there any data that backed up being incorrect on 1% for 6 thousands miles. I supplied that as an example that he may have a subjective view. There was no further dialogue than that albeit would have happily discussed that and other statistics that are available in more detail - I was working on the premise he truly believed what he was saying.

Did note you then take that verbatim, now is twice or three times so far? So are you saying you are just replicating everything you see on here as your own on face value with limited depth, experience and understanding - gosh how shocked am I!

m5rcc

But keep at the trolling Bertie, it's what you do best.


Trolling is so often misquoted you just have to look at yourself and quotes of king of trolls to show. Regardless though I achieved all I intended in the dialogue above. At least you decided to retract the name calling this time.

Edited by: "Bertz99" 24th May 2017
Bertz99

Trolling is so often misquoted you just have to look at yourself and … Trolling is so often misquoted you just have to look at yourself and quotes of king of trolls to show.



Sorry Bertie. I do not go out of my way to only respond to what one specific member of HUKD has written on a lease thread at the eleventh hour when no-one remotely cares or will be reading the thread. Unlike yourself, not only have I added value to the thread by offering a better deal but I actually add value to the whole of HUKD. Tell me - when are you personally going to add a fresh deal?

Bertz99

Regardless though I achieved all I intended in the dialogue above.



The definition of trolling to a tee - someone going out of their way to provoke. And yet you will claim you are not a troll. Please do remember that I am not the one who has gone out of his way to stalk me on HUKD and use Google to cross-reference so that you can target and try to use at some sort of yardstick to compare against me.

Bertz99

At least you decided to retract the name calling this time.



Did I? How cute.

Bertz99

Edited By: Bertz99 on May 24, 2017 14:07: typo



Nothing new here either.

m5rcc

Sorry Bertie. I do not go out of my way to only respond to what one … Sorry Bertie. I do not go out of my way to only respond to what one specific member of HUKD has written on a lease thread at the eleventh hour when no-one remotely cares or will be reading the thread. Unlike yourself, not only have I added value to the thread by offering a better deal but I actually add value to the whole of HUKD. Tell me - when are you personally going to add a fresh deal?


You seem to have missed this bit I stated above "Your responses were so good until"

m5rcc

I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that … I'm afraid your statistic was based on opinion, not fact, assuming that only 10% of the nation does 5,000 miles or less. I've proved otherwise, but thank you for your contribution.


That isn't quality - more a case of you setting yourself up on your pedestal, as normal when you encounter an opposing view, of how correct you are compared to someone else - of course keeping it objective, seeing the other views, rational, logical or even keeping any resemblance to reality goes out the window but we both know I am not the only one to see this - hopefully in the real world you have this issue more under control.

m5rcc

The definition of trolling to a tee - someone going out of their way to … The definition of trolling to a tee - someone going out of their way to provoke


continue the definition "or illicit a response"
I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) wasn't for your benefit.

Edited by: "Bertz99" 25th May 2017
robodob

By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a … By definition if there isn't a cheaper offer on this car then it's a good deal. Regardless of personal opinions or anecdotal evidence of reliability. Adjust for mileage or paying the excess mileage is an option on this deal (stated) and the offer still seems reasonable with 10k. I would still like to see a better offer on a new EVOQUE, genuinely...



Sorry but I've got to say because there isn't a cheaper deal doesn't make this one good/hot !
Bertz99

I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) … I am not requesting you to respond and the value I added (and achieved) wasn't for your benefit.



Yet you responded to solely to something that I wrote.

It's almost as if you have nothing else better to do, Bertie.
Slightly cheaper with 8k miles here: http://www.vehiclesforbusiness.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/land-rover/range-rover-evoque-4x4/range-rover-evoque-diesel-hatchback-20-ed4-se-5dr-2wd-185809996

Total cost equates to £280 per month for the term - £13,451 total.

£2103.93 inc VAT upfront
£233.77 inc VAT per month for 47 months
£360 inc VAT fee.

Seems like a good deal, though warranty is only 3 years, so final year could be costly if anything goes wrong.
We got the same spec ED4 2017 model Evoque from select car leasing in September last year for c£800 down (3 months) and £257 a month for 48 months. 6,000 miles p.a. but a low penalty for going over £199 broker fee I recall. It is a good car with leather seats, touch screen stuff, automatic braking, keyless etc etc. comes with metallic and nice alloys as standard. service interval is 2 years 24,000 miles and you can buy a service pack that covers all servicing for £499. overall we are very happy with the car, no problems. better than the Freelander 2 it replaced. it is a very nice car for the money and people are flabbergasted when we tell them what the monthly cost is. This is a similar deal.
Edited by: "4bsy" 6th Jun 2017
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