Lease Deal - Volkswagen Up Hatchback 1.0 Move Up 5dr -8000miles- £108 per month
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Lease Deal - Volkswagen Up Hatchback 1.0 Move Up 5dr -8000miles- £108 per month

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Found 24th Mar 2016
This has aircon and DAB.

Quite a good price I think.

2 Year term, with 8,000 miles per year
Initial rental: £647.88
plus 23 months at £71.99
Processing fee: £300
Average monthly cost = £108.50
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I'd vote it hit if it included insurance but suppose hats wishful thinking
I'd vote hot if it came with free unlimited petrol, tax, servicing, MOT, repairs and nationwide parking.
benjai

I'd vote hot if it came with free unlimited petrol, tax, servicing, MOT, … I'd vote hot if it came with free unlimited petrol, tax, servicing, MOT, repairs and nationwide parking.


There's an idea... Umm...
not the base model which makes a change, hot
For pretty much the same price as the Citreon C1 that went super hot a few months back, I think this is a no-brainer. Hawt!
I tried to get this through yes-lease, ended up with a slightly higher payment for 10k miles. should be delivered in a weeks time!
Hot. We've had our Up! for almost 2 years - flawless reliability and very economical, perfect for urban driving. The one thing I wouldn't do is journeys of 100+ miles sitting in the back. A bit like bouncing up and down on a concrete block while you've got piles.
archiepemberton1

Hot. We've had our Up! for almost 2 years - flawless reliability and very … Hot. We've had our Up! for almost 2 years - flawless reliability and very economical, perfect for urban driving. The one thing I wouldn't do is journeys of 100+ miles sitting in the back. A bit like bouncing up and down on a concrete block while you've got piles.



​Missus took out a 5dr High Up on lease in January, great runaround with a quality feel about it. I never tried it in the back, hope she hasn't either lol.
Had one of these as a courtesy car when my Golf was in for a service and seriously considered getting one as they're really nice and nippy around town. Seem a lot bigger on the inside too.
OP, where are you getting the total price from, as the one on your link equates to £2,603.66:
Initial rental: £647.88
23 x £71.99
Processing fee: £300
Cracking deal for a 2yr cheap motoring
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Rickardo

OP, where are you getting the total price from, as the one on your link … OP, where are you getting the total price from, as the one on your link equates to £2,603.66:Initial rental: £647.8823 x £71.99Processing fee: £300


Amended thanks.
archiepemberton1

The one thing I wouldn't do is journeys of 100+ miles sitting in the … The one thing I wouldn't do is journeys of 100+ miles sitting in the back. A bit like bouncing up and down on a concrete block while you've got piles.



Haha, love it!
If only it was the GTD for this price, if only..
Had mine for 2 years. I have a 10 mile commute along country roads and it's perfect.
asking for free insurance on such lease deals isn't really asking too much.
some people seem to be get used to getting ripped in this country so much that they write sarcastic coments such as (I want free petrol and parking too),whereas free insurance on a lease deal is actually something that should be there in the package.keep doing that and soon you will be voting hot and pay more for even less.;)
Banned
Beware of this company... the deals they post are generally not fully available as they are stock cars mainly and options/alike cannot be added.

They messed us about with the Polo GTI and we've heard a few others did too. Be careful.
I remember that these are one of the worst cars for depreciation. I know this is a lease deal and you don't have to worry about selling it on but it is worth noting that you can get a used 2014 model for about £4000 or a 2013 model for about £3000. £20 road tax as well. Just a heads up for those that would like to own an almost new one of these.
Voted cold because the link provided is generic and the OP is a lazy effort. Sorry.

Edit: OP had useful 'at a glance' info added to it. +1
Edited by: "iwo" 24th Mar 2016
Resa6969

I remember that these are one of the worst cars for depreciation. I know … I remember that these are one of the worst cars for depreciation. I know this is a lease deal and you don't have to worry about selling it on but it is worth noting that you can get a used 2014 model for about £4000 or a 2013 model for about £3000. £20 road tax as well. Just a heads up for those that would like to own an almost new one of these.



I really don't think so. Searched all over to get daughter one - eventually settled on a 3 year old Skoda Citigo (same car, lower price) for £6k! You won't find an UP! worth having for £3k.
benjai

I'd vote hot if it came with free unlimited petrol, tax, servicing, MOT, … I'd vote hot if it came with free unlimited petrol, tax, servicing, MOT, repairs and nationwide parking.



Add a chauffeur to that list
Besford

I really don't think so. Searched all over to get daughter one - … I really don't think so. Searched all over to get daughter one - eventually settled on a 3 year old Skoda Citigo (same car, lower price) for £6k! You won't find an UP! worth having for £3k.


Maybe you didn't search hard enough. I am on autotrader right now and I can see plenty.
Rickardo

OP, where are you getting the total price from, as the one on your link … OP, where are you getting the total price from, as the one on your link equates to £2,603.66:Initial rental: £647.8823 x £71.99Processing fee: £300



Hope you don't mind but I've added this to the header information to help others. I think 2 year term should've been highlighted because £2,604 for an Up for a year would be a cold deal.
Resa6969

Maybe you didn't search hard enough. I am on autotrader right now and I … Maybe you didn't search hard enough. I am on autotrader right now and I can see plenty.


It's not a good idea to diss VWs on here. There's a fair number of excitable German car fanbois around.


iwo

Voted cold because the link provided is generic and the OP is a lazy … Voted cold because the link provided is generic and the OP is a lazy effort. Sorry.

Resa6969

I remember that these are one of the worst cars for depreciation. I know … I remember that these are one of the worst cars for depreciation. I know this is a lease deal and you don't have to worry about selling it on but it is worth noting that you can get a used 2014 model for about £4000 or a 2013 model for about £3000. £20 road tax as well. Just a heads up for those that would like to own an almost new one of these.



Cheapest 2014 Move Up I can see on Autotrader is £5,000 and that is only by putting in the National option (it is 378 miles from where I live).
Resa6969

Maybe you didn't search hard enough. I am on autotrader right now and I … Maybe you didn't search hard enough. I am on autotrader right now and I can see plenty.



There are 9 Ups in the whole country under £4k, hardly drowning in them. Depreciation is pretty solid for the sector.
I love my Up, had it for a year now. My deal was directly from VW and cheaper than this. Put a deposit of £600 down and pay £90 a month for the car.
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iwo

Voted cold because the link provided is generic and the OP is a lazy … Voted cold because the link provided is generic and the OP is a lazy effort. Sorry.Edit: OP had useful 'at a glance' info added to it. +1


This guy has posted 3 deals in 6 years. Great contribution, many thanks.
Original Poster
Zuulan

Hope you don't mind but I've added this to the header information to help … Hope you don't mind but I've added this to the header information to help others. I think 2 year term should've been highlighted because £2,604 for an Up for a year would be a cold deal.


Thanks.
Banned
why are all these cars 4 seats!!
Audi A1, this, Toyota aygo etc etc. I'd prefer a small car but not 4 seats
j_honeysett

I love my Up, had it for a year now. My deal was directly from VW and … I love my Up, had it for a year now. My deal was directly from VW and cheaper than this. Put a deposit of £600 down and pay £90 a month for the car.


Not very good math...
Where's the "this car is so slow it's dangerous", "not suitable for motorway", "impossible to overtake" crowd!
Oh wait, it's 0-60 is 0.8s faster than the Fabia posted a few days ago!
Seriously, seems a good deal, I think when my wife's car is due for a change we'll go for a deal like this - heat


Edited by: "Derek_Duval" 24th Mar 2016
hi all, anyone with a 2016 move up! - what's the step like? does it have either a USB port for mp3's or an aux in? thanks
p.s. I ended up paying £2967for 2 years with 10k a year, white colour.
Resa6969

Maybe you didn't search hard enough. I am on autotrader right now and I … Maybe you didn't search hard enough. I am on autotrader right now and I can see plenty.


You speak through your rear end, sir!
Tequila

asking for free insurance on such lease deals isn't really asking too … asking for free insurance on such lease deals isn't really asking too much.some people seem to be get used to getting ripped in this country so much that they write sarcastic coments such as (I want free petrol and parking too),whereas free insurance on a lease deal is actually something that should be there in the package.keep doing that and soon you will be voting hot and pay more for even less.;)



It's £108 per month - think about what you're saying. Also consider, most people looking for an 'insurance included' deal are 17-21, trying to save £2000-£5000 per year.
sofiasar

why are all these cars 4 seats!! Audi A1, this, Toyota aygo etc etc. I'd … why are all these cars 4 seats!! Audi A1, this, Toyota aygo etc etc. I'd prefer a small car but not 4 seats



Less people can fit in a small car than a big one, FACT!
Resa6969

I remember that these are one of the worst cars for depreciation. I know … I remember that these are one of the worst cars for depreciation. I know this is a lease deal and you don't have to worry about selling it on but it is worth noting that you can get a used 2014 model for about £4000 or a 2013 model for about £3000. £20 road tax as well. Just a heads up for those that would like to own an almost new one of these.



Cheapest 2014 Move Ups on auto-trader are £5,000 to £5,500. Where have you seen them for £4,000?
benjai

I'd vote hot if it came with free unlimited petrol, tax, servicing, MOT, … I'd vote hot if it came with free unlimited petrol, tax, servicing, MOT, repairs and nationwide parking.



Why stop there? Why not ask for a free house too? With a garage & a pool. & free private tuition for your kids.
Good price. For info, if anyone was looking for 36 months, or for comparison fleetprices have it for average of £116 month 10,000 miles (total £4,198inc fees).
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