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T ROC R 300ps - Initial Payment of £2,307 / 23 x £184.97 - Total Cost: £6,773.95 @ Mad Sheep Leasing (Business Lease - excl VAT)
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£256inc vat a month with a initial rental £2307 10000 miles a year
brownybrownstar

It's been pulled. No price available

A_Kap

Apart from the slightly boring interior- Brilliant to drive, so much fun, very comfortable and practical as an SUV should be. Bought as present for missus though i made her test drive a SEAT ateca so she was very pleasantly surprised ( and happy!)

kidrock123

What's the point of a fiesta, just get a suzuki.

KnightInd2000

I want a deal like this but on a Cupra Ateca. (y) Are you enjoying it?

rooney10

Some people priortise different things that they would rather spend their money on. Cars have advanced in many ways over 20 years and for a kick off the safety features that come standard on cars today weren't even heard of 20 years ago. The figures are never going to add up unless you are buying a classic car perhaps or doing some restoration work, as cars are generally speaking a depreciating asset. That said your Clio will not suffer any further depreciation as it is already worth very little in terms of monetary value. The flip side of that is that it cannot compete at the same level as new cars in terms of safety features,again a priority for some and not for others. There probably is a balance somewhere but working out how much one spends and justifying it depends on the individual but if that same logic applied to most purchases there would be many people with stacks of savings which will likely be swallowed up in later life by taxes passed on through inheritance or taken from you to fund your care in those final years.... Thats it .... I've convinced myself now, I'm buying a Lambo Urus, I'm sure if I explain the logic to my Missus she would be all for it …… (y)

BMW 5 Series 520 Saloon 2.0 d 190 M Sport 4Dr Auto [Start Stop] 24 months at £330 a month at Mad Sheep Leasing
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BMW 5 Series 520 Saloon 2.0 d 190 M Sport 4Dr Auto [Start Stop] 24 months at £330 a month at Mad Sheep Leasing
£7,920
Personal contract hire £330.73 incl VAT monthly rental £330.73 incl VAT initial rental Personal contract hire BMW 5 Series 520 Saloon 2.0 d 190 M Sport 4Dr Auto [Start Stop], Saloo… Read more
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ithinkin

Guys driving a Nissan Juke. Got bumped

Pindi

If you sell a car with damage you lose value too, so there's no difference really. It doesn't cost that much to repair damage here and there.

michael3

Supermarket dings... scratches and bumps... you going to claim on insurance ?

bassy

Let’s have a look?

TheBlackhammer214

Mine was delivered yesterday. Super quick service 😃

Nissan Leaf lease deal @ Mad Sheep Leasing - £1,879.13 Up Front / 9+23 payments of £3,882.17 / Total Cost: £5,761.39
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Nissan Leaf lease deal @ Mad Sheep Leasing - £1,879.13 Up Front / 9+23 payments of £3,882.17 / Total Cost: £5,761.39
£5,761.30
Contract term 24 months Rental profile 9 + 23 Annual mileage 6000 23 monthly rentals of £168.79 Initial rental £1519.13 Processing fee £360.00 Finance doc fee £0.00 Offer expires 3… Read more
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SFconvert

The government would need to bring in some form of road charging or monthly mileage bill for EVs, I cant see how they would be able increase electricity costs.

SFconvert

That's the trouble with those tariffs. I've managed to get a Symbio tariff which is less than 11p per kWh all the time. So still works out cheaper and can charge whenever I like.

dsmsli

Many thanks for that information, very helpful!!

adsthompson

Moderator change it to read like that

JonesOsmosis

@adsthompson , 23 payments of £3,882.17? (:I

Renault Captur Iconic £153 p/m NO DEPOSIT @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£5538.60 total)
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Renault Captur Iconic £153 p/m NO DEPOSIT @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£5538.60 total)
£5,538.60
Not my cup of tea but seems a decent spec for the price - we've had loads of cars from Mad Sheep over the years for work and personal. £153 p/m over 3 years for 6000 miles or £164… Read more
JLH86

which the better car this or the kia xceed in terms of boot size and set for a family

Nate187

Is the new Captur available yet? It looks much better inside and out, the mrs is wanting one.

MOJOoo7

You can just replace with a used equivalent premium tyres. No need to buy new. This is useful info for anyone took out a lease of 2-3 years. I did a 3 years lease once and done 30k miles, did not have to replace one tyre as rotated wheels front to back. Front had about 4mm left and back was a bit more when rotation was done.

Vomit

My local audi will price match on tyres, may be worth asking if yours do too.

Bristle.Hound

90 bhp 899cc turbo 3 cylinder mated to a 5 speed manual gearbox

Mercedes CLA 200 AMG Line Estate Auto £207 P/M (2 years) +  £2494.08 @ Mad Sheep Leasing - total £7275.45 over the term
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Mercedes CLA 200 AMG Line Estate Auto £207 P/M (2 years) + £2494.08 @ Mad Sheep Leasing - total £7275.45 over the term
£7,275.45
Just ordered one of these as a low mileage pool car. Had dozens of cars from Mad Sheep for my business and family over the years. These are the latest model AMG Line and are av… Read more
Mr.No

They sell vintage champagne at £30 a bottle - so only 10 bottles.

markovanbaston

£300 at Aldi, did you buy the whole shop?!

thelondontrader

Mine's fine. You know, luck and maintenance.

Mr_Villers

You can keep the depreciation its on me. I know how much a new DSG box costs and I'll be honest I have very little mechanical sympathy from minute 1 of ownership ;)

thelondontrader

Not sure about repairs. Seen rather a large quantity of new Mercs on the side of the motorway in the last few weeks.

VW e-Golf £216.00 PM w/£1944.00 initial rental for 24 months + £360 processing fee - £7272 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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VW e-Golf £216.00 PM w/£1944.00 initial rental for 24 months + £360 processing fee - £7272 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
£7,272
Volkswagen Golf Hatch Elec 35.8kWh 136 e-Golf 5Dr Auto £216.00 incl VAT monthly rentals £1944.00 incl VAT initial rental Contract term : 24 months Annual mileage : 10000 Then… Read more
jazzuk777

Dunno, all I know is that I get twice the mpg on country roads to town ones so that's a big difference. Most modern cars would be similar I think with the small engine/turbo configurations.

Uns

To be honest it doesn't make as much difference as you think - even in an unrealistic scenario where you take the upper bound of the gov.uk fuel efficiency figures (12p per mile) and only get one-third of the number of miles per kWh (or triple the cost of electricity), you still end up in roughly the same ball park: 12p - 3.75p = 8.25p per mile saving. (£660 saving per 8,000 miles)

jazzuk777

I'd imagine it's a lot different compared to your predominant driving type - much bigger savings if mostly urban, a lot less if mostly motorway/extra-urban.

Uns

I ran the numbers for a previous e-golf thread, so probably worth copying here in case anyone is interested (the link formatting didn't copy so let me know if you want any of the source links): The e-golf gets approximately 4 miles per kWh. Each kWh costs 5p if charged off-peak (4 hours each night) on an Octopus EV tariff. So the e-golf would cost approximately 1.25p per mile to run. The average petrol/diesel car costs approximately 12p-15p per mile in fuel according to gov.uk figures. So you save approximately 12p per mile, or to put it another way: you save approximately £1000 per 8,000 miles that you drive when compared with an average petrol/diesel engine car.

wonkothesane

You might've been thinking of the electric-only range for the Golf GTE hybrid.

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Jeep Compass PCH | £179.99 PM | £2159.86 Initial Rental | 10K Miles | £6,659.63 Total
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Jeep Compass PCH | £179.99 PM | £2159.86 Initial Rental | 10K Miles | £6,659.63 Total
£6,659.63
The best deal I can find on this. I have used Mad Sheep before for my Renegade. Had no issues during the 2 year term. Hope this helps someone. Cost Breakdown £2159.86 Initial… Read more
zomg

The mk3 TT is a very nice car though... I'm sure that's why you bought one! We had an A3 with one of the shared 8J engines and the quattro drivetrain five or six years ago. Great drive. Sorry your Audi's giving you grief. Our neighbours back in the UK have had a couple of Kias (and still have at least one) and love them. The build quality and standard equipment are excellent, and afaik haven't had a single issue apart from rodents eating the electrics once which isn't really something the manufacturer can influence :D

lumsdot

my neighbours have this, so can the Op recommend anything bigger in this price point?

alcot33uk

Pay a bit more and spend less time in the garage? OK our £40K Audi TT has been nothing but in the garage. 6 weeks on one occasion. Expensive does not equal quality. Kia have their brand right IMHO as the fit and finish is excellent and they have the right business model. We will never buy another Audi again.

zomg

Friends of mine experienced the same kind of thing (with Fiat, Peugeot / Citroen, GM (Opel/Vauxhall). They eventually came round to the idea that a car that is cheap to repair is ultimately not as cheap as a car that is rarely repaired. I commend Kia, Fiat Chrysler and others for the approach they're taking but in my personal experience (YMMV) I'd rather pay more for something that spends less time in the shop. ....and a friend of mine drives a wrapped neon green lifted Jeep Wrangler. And it's awesome 8) edit: lifted, not raised

diktiomenos

I find you attitude quite pedestrian. Walking, in any shape or form, is for plebs.

Mercedes CLS 350 AMG Line £331.56 P/M x 24 Months @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£11,604.60 total)
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Mercedes CLS 350 AMG Line £331.56 P/M x 24 Months @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£11,604.60 total)
£11,604.60
Mad Sheep have just posted this to their Facebook page, headline is 5000 miles but 10000 is £379 p/m on a 12+23 (full pricing below) We're currently paying £77 p/m more than their… Read more
efc_4ever

Can anybody tell me who's best deal for Renault Mégane RS

Afnan

I don't know why it's getting voted cold. It's a pretty good saving on what is normally paid for this car

markmacd

good luck

Quinoa

I can afford nothing nice. I just choose to buy anything nice that I can afford.

MinerWilly

That's unfortunate, I reached over 350,000 miles in an Octavia before getting the Superb. Just changed oil every 6000 miles and replaced a water pump once and I think once I broke a coil spring.

Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.5 dCi 115 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual £240.67 month + fees - Total £6136 / at Mad Sheep Leasing
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Nissan Qashqai SUV 2wd 1.5 dCi 115 Acenta Premium 5Dr Manual £240.67 month + fees - Total £6136 / at Mad Sheep Leasing
£6,136
£240.67 incl VAT monthly rental £240.67 incl VAT initial rental Contract term 24 months Rental profile 1 + 23 Annual mileage 8000 Processing fee £360.00 Total £6136 List price is… Read more
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geraldfitzsimons

i think its a Renault 1.5 engine gtreat engine

newnesy89

Where?

brj080402

My post above not take your fancy? Tried getting a local dealer to match?

Jagxfman

I can’t find this deal anywhere?!

brj080402

even cheaper now https://www.mad-sheep.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/nissan/qashqai-suv-4x4/qashqai-suv-2wd-15-dci-115-acenta-5dr-manual-start-stop-428522617

SEAT Leon Hatch 1.5 TSI EVO 130 SE 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] 24 months - £4678.90 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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SEAT Leon Hatch 1.5 TSI EVO 130 SE 5Dr Manual [Start Stop] 24 months - £4678.90 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
£4,678.80
No initial rental premium just £179.95 per month for 24 months plus £360 lease fee. 10000 miles per year so it doesn’t need to spend its life on your drive. Metalic paint (All colo… Read more
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johnhumphreys

https://www.honestjohn.co.uk/news/owning-1/2019-01/volkswagen-acknowledges-problem-with-15-tsi-evo-engine/

MOJOoo7

At the end of the day the person who keeps their car for longer periods will have an asset or their monthly cost will much less. The lessor will pay more for having a new car every 2-3 years. I have done leasing once for 3 years. Now my situation changed and no longer need or want a new car every 2-3 years because I don't want to pay the cost. My 2 years old small hatchback cost approx £100 p/m, well that's a story for another day.

RealDonaldTrump

This dont have the FR trim?

GAVINLEWISHUKD

The official list price in 2014 was £19250. So £3k off sounds about right that 'noh' paid. While the price has increased for the new one the discount has also increased. A quick Google suggests it can be had for less than £18k Here

nrps1

Wow, went up massively then, as mine, admittedly fully loaded with mountune was 6 grand more than yours! You sure it was an ST3! Got mine Nov 16

Mercedes-Benz C200 AMG Line Saloon Auto £269 10k miles p.a Lease 24 months £8999.66 Inc £360 admin @ Mad sheep leasing
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Mercedes-Benz C200 AMG Line Saloon Auto £269 10k miles p.a Lease 24 months £8999.66 Inc £360 admin @ Mad sheep leasing
£8,999
omerfaraz

Mercedes-Benz C200 AMG Line Saloon Auto

iknowwhere2look

Is this a automatic

omerfaraz

18, 36 , different deals are available.

ALYMAC76

Do madsheep only do 24 month deals?

markymark34

If you can afford the payments and you like the car then i wouldn't worry too much. There are people on here who make you feel you have committed the world's worst crime by going PCP or lease. Life is too short !

Mercedes-Benz A Class AMG A35 Hatch 4MATIC 2.0 306 5Dr SpdS DCT INCLUDES 3X FREE SERVICES 8000 milage - £9921.37 total @ Mad sheep leasing
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Mercedes-Benz A Class AMG A35 Hatch 4MATIC 2.0 306 5Dr SpdS DCT INCLUDES 3X FREE SERVICES 8000 milage - £9921.37 total @ Mad sheep leasing
£9,921.37
£259.19 p/m - £3600 initial rental - £360 processing fee - Seat Comfort Package Sports Seats with Integrated Head Restraints KEYLESS-GO Starting Function Adaptive Brake Assist wi… Read more
drtongue

Where there's a will there's a way, trust me.

Mark_Hickman

No once they put the range boosters one by the car and one by your house they are gone in 30 seconds same as any other keyless car

rporteo

Not on this it won’t, you literally need to be within a foot of the car for the doors to be opened.

omerfaraz

And this working out to how much?

nzadok

I'm on the look out for something similar but at around £415 per month over the term, don't see this as a particularly good deal

Nissan Qashqai 3 year lease - 25K miles per year £303.79 x 36 months £360 admin fee Mad Sheep Leasing
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Nissan Qashqai 3 year lease - 25K miles per year £303.79 x 36 months £360 admin fee Mad Sheep Leasing
£11,296
Just had a look at no deposit leading deals and found this. Seems a good price considering you can do 75,000 miles during the 3 years. £303.79 x 36 months £360 admin fee 25,000 … Read more
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duncanb1973

Deals come and go, there have been fiat 500's, smarf for two and a skoda yeti and a vw up for prices ranging from £80 to £150 odd and deposits from a negligible amount (a few hundred) and upwards

Blargbag

Yeah I get what you mean but turbo lag isn't what it was in older models modern cars don't suffer that much, my Astra doesn't hang about at all (excited)

tonymcg

Yes you could be right, but if I had a family I would have got rid of it in the beginning as it was that much of a issue. Also, if you get the tekna spec, the LED highlights blind everyone - expect to get flashed at loads!

bouttime2

Turbo lag. Until that turbo spools up it's just a normal underpowered 1.2 petrol with no torque. I'd imagine it has the potential to be quite scary at junctions.

Blargbag

It just sounds that you had a dodgy one.. 115bhp and 10.6 0-60 time is pretty average so there should be no problems with roundabouts.

Jaguar XF Portfolio 250 BHP Sportbrake Auto £199 P/M inc VAT @ Mad Sheep (£7345.30 inc fees)
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Jaguar XF Portfolio 250 BHP Sportbrake Auto £199 P/M inc VAT @ Mad Sheep (£7345.30 inc fees)
Just had a mailer from Mad Sheep for this. We're looking for 2x new cars for the business but the pricing is the same for Business and Personal Contract Hire. Cracking price for … Read more
Mr.No

Nope, but we've had vehicles from them for our business and personal vehicles along with Gateway 2 Lease amongst others. I don't think you understand how leasing works if you're surprised about special offer cars going quickly, this is how the industry works but these Jag XFs were factory order so you could spec how you liked. We've been let down on an Audi A6 in the past with one broker when LEX pulled the deal altogether. Where do they advertise personal pricing plus VAT?

Bartlomiej_Dedek

How it works? Do you get your deposit back at the end of the contract?

Mr.No

How is it misleading, these companies are strictly governed and all costs are advertised on the deals? I put down far more than a "12+" initial rental 6 years ago on a car. It's nothing new.

deleted1859107

just looked at this and Madsheep are not cheaper than that other deal advertised , and why do Madsheep offer a 12+ deal !! next it will be 15+ !! (devil) bit missleading

deleted1859107

there is still a broker or two that has the offer still :-)

BMW 5 Series 520 Saloon 2.0 i 184 M Sport 4Dr Auto 2-Year Lease 8000 Miles £9336  @ mad-sheep.co.uk
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BMW 5 Series 520 Saloon 2.0 i 184 M Sport 4Dr Auto 2-Year Lease 8000 Miles £9336 @ mad-sheep.co.uk
£9,336
Never personally purchased a lease car, but as my car is on it's final knees and not worth the repairs, was hoping to finally take the leap into the leasing world as I can see the … Read more
acj7744

Using a single quote of some old oil baron as your personal finance mantra probably isn't the wisest of ideas.

winchman

Does this have the new BMW stop/stop system?

pgilc1

Whilst the name calling is unnecessary, thats exactly the point - the lease / PCP market on new cars provides loads of good low mileage 2-3 year old cars down the line. The leasing nay-sayers forget they need that top tier of purchases above them in order that they get their "bargain" cars down the line. If people want to lease and the figures stack up for them, then great. Doesnt make them wrong and anyone else right..

pgilc1

+1 If you buy a new car at £30,000 drive it for two years and sell it for £20,000 you've nothing to show for your £10,000 loss either.

pgilc1

Do Lex operate this deal and is this deal @ £1 per mile? No to both. Point disproven and no more to discuss.

Jaguar XE R-Sport Saloon Auto - £221.34 inc VAT per month @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£7442.88 inc fees)
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Jaguar XE R-Sport Saloon Auto - £221.34 inc VAT per month @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£7442.88 inc fees)
I've used Mad Sheep for various cars for our business in the past and had no complaints. Just got a mailer saying that this is a 48 hour deal (not sure what that means entirely bu… Read more
ladymarmalade

We are due delivery on Thursday. We were one of the lucky ones to get the Alltrack deal. It has now gone back and VW were fab to deal with. This one is Lexautolease and I have heard some bad reviews about them. Any real life experience with Lex?

Mr.No

Anyone taken delivery yet?

m5rcc

Of course and will make the leasor liable.

babuonline

Cant the dealer track it?

arjun311

He'll apply a "correction"

Nissan juke visia 1.6 36 month lease 1+ 35 £164.24pm - £6272.64 @ mad-sheep
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Nissan juke visia 1.6 36 month lease 1+ 35 £164.24pm - £6272.64 @ mad-sheep
£6,272.64
1+35 @ £164.24*36 + admin £360 = £6272.64. Warranty and breakdown cover included. A good non high deposit deal. 8000 miles per year. 24000 overall.
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Besford

But you took two and a half weeks to be offended! Lighten up dear - read the thread and you'll realise there are a lot of lighthearted comments about this car. One of the mildest car threads I've read on here - you should see the ones which get really 'blokey'. Anyway, if you are serious then I apologise.

The.Londoners

Reported as offensive - presumably you feel this kind of sexist, ageist comment is appropriate despite no knowledge of the individuals to whom you refer - I find it inappropriate & offensive

you_gotta_be_kidding

You are of course right, we all have different tastes and that's fine. But that won't stop me speaking up everytime someone mentions a Juke. The Juke is literally the only car on the road right now that I look at and think WTF were they thinking buying that ugly thing (poo)

you_gotta_be_kidding

My Wife has a 67 Plate Ford Kuga and I drive a 15 plate BMW 520 Estate... I still think the Juke is Ugly

mpfree

Weird I didn't post anything about my opinion or argue a point of view..... But when you've got an old meme to use that doesn't completely fit and everyone's seen before you bust that bad boy out.... Then people will think your original I suppose.

Hyundai i30 £136.80 per month, no deposit, 18 month lease. Total cost £2,462.40 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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Hyundai i30 £136.80 per month, no deposit, 18 month lease. Total cost £2,462.40 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
£2,462.60
Excellent deal with no deposit for a lease vehicle
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loofer

but it still generated so much heat, not mentioned in deal or reflected in actual price. Somebody must have admin rights and be able to change it.

tygar2

Bit sad that adults can get so hung up about posting a deal. Lots of rather childish and angry people on this site. The comments section reminds me of a school playground. Thank you OP for taking the time to post.

dealer101

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Stu412t

Sold out

Ross81

No deposit, short-ish term, decent sized car, newer model. Great value

Hyundai i30 Lease for £94 per month / initial payment of £853.20 @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£2704.79 total)
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Hyundai i30 Lease for £94 per month / initial payment of £853.20 @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£2704.79 total)
Saw this when looking at the Volvo that was posted yesterday. Passed on to a relative who was looking for a cheap car. Also available with no money up front at £136 per month. … Read more
ruheluddin86

Did you take your lease on with Holdcroft? If so, 2 months before your lease ends Santander will be in contact with you. I contacted them early n they’ve told me I can’t extend as it’s their policy to get the cars back n sell on in auction ;( I really hope a good deal gets posted as all the current ones are extremely expensive and not worth it compared to our deal!

polishpt

I’ll be looking for a new lease soon. Honestly have no idea when should I start in order to get a car shortly after current one is taken back. Any advice?

ruheluddin86

Me too! What do you plan to do in 5 months? Do you have another lease lined up?

polishpt

Yeah, I got the car

ruheluddin86

Did you end up taking this out?

Volvo S60 Saloon T4 [190] SE Nav 4dr Leather - NO DEPOSIT - £4413.06 Lease  @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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Volvo S60 Saloon T4 [190] SE Nav 4dr Leather - NO DEPOSIT - £4413.06 Lease @ Mad Sheep Leasing
£4,413.06
Ordered this yesterday with 10,000 miles but that deal ends tonight. This one is 8,000 miles a year. Deal: Personal contract hire Contract term : 18 months Rental profile : 1 +… Read more
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MT.1

That was quick delivery! I'm hoping I still get mine at end of April as my Audi A4 Estate goes back when my Volvo S60 T4 should be delivered, but I need to chase Volvo dealer for the contract hire paperwork though. I think the dealer ordered a qty of them rather than back to back ordering so I should be ok, as he mentioned he only had 2 left when I ordered. I'll need to call them on Monday. How's the car? I ordered mine without a test drive, as 18 months isn't long to keep it anyway. I was more bothered about finding a half decent car for £200 a month all in, with only the chance of 1 service and no replacement tyres, my Audi will be close to 2mm on the 2 fronts when that goes back, may swap them with rears next week to make sure they last.

deleted1914180

I've never seen an 18month contract before. I thought they were always 2, 3 or 4 years? I suppose there's no reason why they can't be 1.5 years but doesn't that make it very difficult to compare offers?

alex.wainman

Nice one! I took delivery of mine on Friday and so far i'm very impressed.

muradxs

I took your advice and went to a Volvo main dealer today. Nice guys - really helpful. Ive ordered one with Met paint and the "winter pack" - they didnt have any left that didnt have these options on - for £168per month on a 9+17 payment profile at 8k mpa for 18 months lease. Also got 1 service in 12 months time included for free, so effectively its a "maintained" price and is costing me ~£4,300 all in for the 18 months. Delivery on March 1st on a 18 plate. Pretty happy.

MT.1

Anybody looking to get one of these is better off going straight to Volvo dealers for the offer, I have just ordered one on 18 month contract hire , £2k initial + £99.58 per month, 8000 miles per year on 18 month contract , 0<5000 excess miles charged at 7.56p per mile. £205 per month + any excess mileage. No broker fees to pay either. I couldn't get another Audi A4 for same price as last time so chose this. Use What Car Leasing to see which dealers are offering the vehicles, rather than brokers