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Nissan Qashqai 3 year lease - 25K miles per year £303.79 x 36 months £360 admin fee Mad Sheep Leasing
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
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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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


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)


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!


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.


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)
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
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

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?


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


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.


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


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  @
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
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

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


Does this have the new BMW stop/stop system?


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..


+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.


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

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Jaguar XE R-Sport Saloon Auto - £221.34 inc VAT per month @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£7442.88 inc fees)
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
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

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?


Anyone taken delivery yet?


Of course and will make the leasor liable.


Cant the dealer track it?


He'll apply a "correction"

Nissan juke visia 1.6 36 month lease 1+ 35 £164.24pm - £6272.64 @ mad-sheep
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
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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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.


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 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)


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


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
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
Excellent deal with no deposit for a lease vehicle
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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.


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.




Sold out


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

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Hyundai i30 Lease for £94 per month / initial payment of £853.20 @ Mad Sheep Leasing (£2704.79 total)
Found 1st FebFound 1st Feb
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

I wish they did this for either an Audi or vw golf ...


Cars booked to be delivered end of the month! It's a brand new 18 plate too (y) 😊


Probably works for Carwow or wbac, either that or works at Halfords and classes that as working in the 'industry'. Judging by the utter garbage you are spouting out its the latter.


It's called profit and making money. That's how business works


I saw this post advertised and then read the comments referring to the WhatCar website - good thing I did! That's where I registered my interest! I was a bit slow and only scanned the application through today at 11am with Holdcroft. 3pm got a call from Mark confirming successful credit check n placed the order 😊

Volvo S60 Saloon T4 [190] SE Nav 4dr Leather - NO DEPOSIT - £4413.06 Lease  @ Mad Sheep Leasing
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
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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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.


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?


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


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.


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

£218 p/m with no big deposit Volvo V40 Hatchback T2 [122] Momentum 5dr 18 months £4290.84 @ Mad sheep leasing
Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
An unusual 18 month deal - so well out of the way of two services and tyres being worn. I like the deal because there is no big initial rental payment here. Simply £218.38 initial … Read more

i Lease What I Want!


It’s called economic/social disparity.


Good price but worth going for the nav plus imo.


People buy according to their needs. A corsa could probley make it to the shops once a week or so but some people use their cars for work. No work = no money. So better to get a good car in warranty. Any issues the main dealer will handle with for free car whilst being repaired. Also no need to worry about any mot or tyre costs. Lease also covers the road tax


Why some people buy Vauxhalls baffles me.

Volvo S60 T4 (190 BHP) SE NAV £225 p/m NO DEPOSIT Car Lease @ Mad Sheep Leasing
Found 6th JanFound 6th Jan
Saw the S90 deal go hot earlier this week, I had my Arteon from here. Received a mailer for this S60 from them yesterday, one of my friends has ordered on my recommendation with a… Read more

That was for Scotland - in England the Fiesta was the top selling car last year


I agree best car I have ever driven at the end of the day the comfort is second to none


Don't buy the petrol as it drinks to no end, I have the diesel R design auto and it averages 42mpg in town and 65mpg on the motorway. I normally get 650-750 miles to a tank. Could not recommend the car higher but would never entertain a manual gearbox


Very astute those drivers.


Doesn't make it a good car. It's an average, cheap small car at best.

VOLVO S90 R-DESIGN Personal Lease **NO DEPOSIT** Limited stock - £320.41pm/18months (Term =£5767.38) @ MadSheep
Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
Volvo S90 2.0 D4 R-DESIGN 4dr Geartronic ** NO DEPOSIT** Business or Personal Contract Hire Available from just £320.41 per month inc … Read more

Indeed! My next car will be an m140. Nice noisy petrol engine!


Just had a mailer from them offering a cheap S60 SE Nav now too.


The total cost is £6127.38 which includes the £360 processing fee to pay. The vehicle value is also £36,750 based off the P11D (Manufacturer RRP £36965). Not sure where the OP got the 42k value from.


Those are not issues - those are by design the active regeneration functioning. Yep a warning on dash and car going to limp mode (loss of power) - usually fairly obvious you have an issue albeit older cars the message may be more generic than stating dpf (like engine malfunction was a favourite of ford).


When your car is not having its cooling fans running. When you see an increased idle speed. When you have noticed the deactivation of automatic Stop/Start (if you have that). When you notice a slight increase in fuel consumption. When you notice a hot, acrid smell from the exhaust and when you notice the engine note change. But your car should inform you with a warning message and/or dash signal.

Citroen C4 Cactus Hatchback 1.2 12 months at £2375.88  (£167.99pm + £360)10k miles @ Mad Sheep Leasing
Found 6th Dec 2017Found 6th Dec 2017
Looks to be a cracking deal for anyone after a cheap 12 month lease Personal Contract Hire £167.99 Per Month, INC VAT Rental Profile 1 + 11 Annual Mileage 10k Miles p/a Initial … Read more
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Is this still available? The link doesn't seem to be working


Also to add, I averaged 45mpg over 6500 miles in the diesel. Official figures are 92mpg I think? 90% inner London driving however


Had the 1.6 diesel for 2 years on lease at £150pm with £900 initial. Pretty good motor definitely recommend if efficiency is your thing and you like the looks. Seats have no lumbar support so get yourself some from eBay 😜


OK to split hairs just looked through my app that goes with the car and a recent one for me was 72mpg (miles per gallon) and that was for 30 miles. But I know I have had better but cannot find it and some have even had better than 80mpg


80mpg? I'm sorry but even a modern Diesel would struggle to get anywhere that economy. Maybe you meant 80 MPH

VW Arteon 2.0 TSI R Line 5dr DSG - £213 per month (£7195.20 total) @  Mad Sheep Leasing
Found 12th Oct 2017Found 12th Oct 2017
Just had a mailer about this, based on 5000 miles, 10000 is another £14 a month. Huge car for the money.

The deal isn't available anymore. But I have just agreed a lease on an Arteon. I just wanted to mention that for tyres and service make sure you'll actually need it. This deal was a 2 year lease. Depending on mileage you may not need tyres or a service. I only do about 8000 miles a year so haven't signed up for the tyres or service.


That is excluding maintenance and tyre. Can anybody find what will be the monthly price including maintenance and tyre? :|


I tend to be ok when it comes to curbing. But both my current car and previous have been victims of ass holes doing hit and runs. A dented front wing on my current car and someone also keyed a nice x into it. I've since moved out of London though and so far no new dents or key marks. So perhaps it's a better time to take a gamble? :/


I don't think people search for credibility, but if you lose it then it is pretty pointless to post anything.


Nothing wrong with leasing. I’m more than happy to pay every month. Keep cash in bank, a car is a depreciating asset. Anything goes wrong with it I take it directly to the dealer (warranty). Works for me at least. Won’t be for everyone and I understand that.

Volkswagen Polo Hatchback 1.8 TSI GTI 3dr - £214 / Month @ (£7,704)
Found 20th May 2017Found 20th May 2017
No deposit Contract term 36 months Rental profile 1 + 35 Annual mileage 8000 Processing fee £360.00 Finance doc fee £0.00 Production status Current model Warranty included yes Bre… Read more

Yes, but they probably won't bring out a Polo version until 6months to a year after the normal models are out. The new one will be on the MQB platform that the MK7 Golf is on, and the difference between the MK6 and MK7 Golf for refinement and handling is pretty significant. I may consider downgrading to a Polo GTI when the new one comes out, if VW up the power a bit (probably not enough to step on the current Golf GTI's toes).

yep i was 90k and there was still loads left on pads and discs ... did them too early!


If you need new brakes in 24000 miles you need to improve your driving style. My last car did 71000 before needing front brakes changing and that was 2.3ltr turbo MPS.


Brand new shape polo out September says my vw dealer


Buy a Lamborghini? Wish I could own one

Mercedes C220d AMG Line Saloon - £239 P/M at Mad Sheep Leasing (£7679.68 over term)
Found 2nd Sep 2016Found 2nd Sep 2016
Just seen this on their Facebook page, good deal, very tempted (just need to convince the Mrs).
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​why lease? why not? No or little servicing costs. Warranty. No MOT on a 3 year lease. No tax on mine. 54mpg in mine. Up to date car with 5* NCAP I could go on and on. Absolute trouble free, no hassle motoring. a high % of US cars and indeed UK cars sold in this way. Just like you used to rent a TV from Radio Rentals?


​yeah and if your engine blows up and it costs you 5k+ to fix, not quite so rosy then....


Yet that comment took longer to write than clicking the link.


I'm a busy man going to work, time is money so why waste it


My lease from plan was exactly the same total if I put down 9 months or 3 months. I actually ended up doing 1 month upfront. Does anyone know the excess mileage charge and if excess mileage is a flat rate of tiered?

Toyota Aygo 1.0 VVT-i X-Play 5dr 8k, 42 month £99.97 with £900 deposit or £119.97 with £119 Deposit from Mad-Sheep Leasing
Found 19th Feb 2016Found 19th Feb 2016
Just helped my son to order one of these, and after looking around, this seemed like the best deal. Toyota Aygo 1.0 VVT-I X-Play 42 Month PCP @ £99.97 / month inc VAT with a £900… Read more
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Also is you look at how much a seven year old aygo sells for 1.5 to 2k then after four years the car only cost you about 800 a year if you sold it after four years


My whole point and deprecation on them is a lot lower


There will be much cheaper ways of getting a PCP on an AYGO/C1/108 out there...


Sorry, scratch all of my talk of £2000 - the GFV is over £4500, YIKES!


Not a great deal at all that Kevin, sorry to say. Paying £5200 for a 3 year old, old shape Aygo isn't that spectacular - cars depreciate in the region of 50% over the first 3 years (although admittedly, these small engined A segment cars do depreciate less than the bigger stuff). If the GFV on this car is only around £2000 (we don't know how much it is from the OP) then a total cost of £7500 for this is a far better deal.

Jeep Renegade - £124.78 inc VAT Per Month, Admin Fee £360 - £4359.68  @ Mad Sheep Leasing
LocalLocalFound 2nd Feb 2016Found 2nd Feb 2016
Just called about this - on their Facebook page but not on their website. They said its valid. Deal is 10,000 Miles / year, and includes Satnav Etc Etc. Worth a look....
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Currently proceeding with an order on this. Seems a straight forward process so far...


the car looks really ugly IMO. but heat has to be given for a good deal which this is


Really?? It advertises £216 . I'm really interested in getting one, any advice?


Comment really? it advertises £216 . I'm really interested in ordering one so any advice on how to approach this?


ordered one from they matched the price but 0 admin fee.

Ford Focus ST-3 TDCi 185 lease 24 x £235.37, £706.10 deposit, 8000 m/pa. £6354.98 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
Found 11th Jul 2015Found 11th Jul 2015
Top of the range Focus ST-3 which comes with all the goodies. 67 MPG 185 BHP 110 g/km Co2

not going to comment on the actual lease deal, but having bought one of these 3 weeks ago, well worth the money over a marque brand, its fully spec'd and the ride is awesome just don't expect to get it within 4 months, unless the lease company has one in the supply chain, there is massive over subscription on the ST's, especially on the st3 and availability problems on the style pack.



Wealthy people tend to have a better understanding of depreciation and cost of ownership than the average person. That's why they're more likely to choose a lease deal over ownership if they calculate ownership to be the more expensive option.


Also are you suggesting that only people who have posted a deal are allowed to comment? Mate, that is dim lol


Are you asking me to beat the price of the op post or to actually find a better deal?

Jaguar XF 3.0 V6 Supercharged S - £354.71 inc VAT P/M Admin fee of £360 - 380 BHP / 0-60 in 5s  @ Mad Sheep Leasing (New model), £11710.72 total
Found 23rd Jun 2015Found 23rd Jun 2015
Ordered one of these for myself (replacing a Mercedes with almost half the power). I've used this place before, most recently for a couple of Skoda Scouts for staff members (both … Read more

Anyone got one yet in time for xmas? would love a pic.


This deal is done. Well done for grabbin it while you could.


Mr No Ive called them and emailed them. Waiting for a response! Whats the waiting time like?


Warning, the Jaguar Sportbrake is going to be on special offer next April for 1 day only at Lidl for just £1 on a special lease package if you buy 3 special packs of Heinz beans.


Did you mean "an ugly car"? You're not doing a great deal to dispel the Chav-Z paddling pool persona. "In fact, the 2016 Jaguar XF shouldn’t have any trouble standing out by any measure. It’s more of a driver’s car than the current 5 Series, more stylish than the E-Class, and more prestigious than the A6."

Peugeot 208 GTi Prestige (Facelift - new shape), Satnav, Pan Roof, Heated Seats, Climate, Leather, and loads more - 18 Month lease @ 5k Miles pa (10K Available not much more) - £149.83 Deposit then £149.83 pm. £300 Admin Fee £2996.94 Total @ madsheep
Found 4th Jun 2015Found 4th Jun 2015
Best seen so far - just ordered a white one (Orange is a bit more) 208 BHP :-) - Third car for me hence not needing the mileage
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how do I get this price?


expire it!


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this deal expired?, i see £253?


lol you meant to say those previously-British ?