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All Mad Sheep Leasing Deals, Discounts & Sales for February 2018

Nissan juke visia 1.6 36 month lease 1+ 35 £164.24pm - £6272.64 @ mad-sheep
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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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Had one for 3 years; a Tekna automatic - loved it and not a monent’s bother - only changed due to needing a car more suitable to take my dogs out in; wouldn’t hesitate to get another Juke
jongerry16th Feb

A Merc E350 cabriolet so you see I really wouldn't swop.


Can't spell swap but won't drive a Juke.....
my mum had one, it was a nice car to drive and look at. but the mpg was poor, think about 37 mpg, whereas she gets 45 mpg in her new jazz.
anyway had to sell it due to automatic gearbox failing, after three yea and 25k miles
CoeK1 h, 3 m ago

There is something about a lease deal that makes everyone want to give …There is something about a lease deal that makes everyone want to give their opinion on what something looks like to them or other people's financial choices.


Like a £500 0% finance TV deal?
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Hyundai i30 £136.80 per month, no deposit, 18 month lease. Total cost £2,462.40 @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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Excellent deal with no deposit for a lease vehicle
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Rickardo16 h, 51 m ago

Except some people have, if you read the other comments.


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.
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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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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
trickytree19842nd Feb

No I'm not happy to pay the list price. Everyone knows that you don't pay …No I'm not happy to pay the list price. Everyone knows that you don't pay the list price. So why have this game in the first place? The game is there so that you have a chance at ripping us off. So one day you charge one guy one price, then the next day charge someone higher. That's a LIE, and you said you don't lie The largest used car dealer in the UK has, in my view, the best approach. Set the price at the level the level that makes them and the customer happy no negotiation. Price us the price or walk away. As a customer, you know that you didn't get done by a sales guy. (I don't work for them) I also work in the industry btw, but I don't want to share here what it is I do. But I know the ins and outs of it all.


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.
trickytree19841st Feb

Most of them are car salesmen 🤐It's funny how a car salesman could ever …Most of them are car salesmen 🤐It's funny how a car salesman could ever accuse anyone if being a liar. I know they have a job to do, but they are the most dishonest breed of human on this earth. Nothing personal, but I don't see for a reason them to exist. For virtually every other product I buy, I just pay the price. No negotiation, no lies, no free options extras, no pointless super guard, dealer contributions. The whole thing is just one big lie. Here's 3 examples1. Super guard. You must pay 300 quid for this, or your new car will be worthless. 10 quids worth of materials and a sporty teen-ager will stop my car deprecating. If I don't take it, when I part ex, I'll be punished. It takes a special sort of scumbag to pedal this lie. But I get why, it's 100% cash in your pocket. 2. Options. They basically cost you nothing. You charge 1000's for them. Then when I part ex my car, you give me nothing back for them. Then, you charge the next poor bigger again when you sell it used. Pure profit over and over again. More lies3. Finance. Loyalty plans (yes yes, volume bonuses), massive commissions. Nuff saidBuyers may lie to dealers, but it's because they have to in order to negotiate...with a born liar.


It's called profit and making money. That's how business works
y-oh-y5th Feb

Well done.Was this via a E H match?


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 😊
B_Marvel36 m ago

How? I called a few times and was told they had sold out.


I showed interest/registered on Friday. Theres only a few left but loads of applicants in waiting.
ruheluddin8655 m ago

Just ordered n paid for mine now 3/4 weeks delivery time. Polar …Just ordered n paid for mine now 3/4 weeks delivery time. Polar White was sold out so bought in Phantom Black which is as nice 👌


How? I called a few times and was told they had sold out.
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Volvo S60 Saloon T4 [190] SE Nav 4dr Leather - NO DEPOSIT - £4413.06 Lease  @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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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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muradxs17 h, 51 m ago

I took your advice and went to a Volvo main dealer today. Nice guys - …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.


Nice one! I took delivery of mine on Friday and so far i'm very impressed.
MT.16th Feb

Anybody looking to get one of these is better off going straight to Volvo …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


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
m5rcc36 m ago

And what does this have to do with a Volvo lease deal? That's right - …And what does this have to do with a Volvo lease deal? That's right - absolutely nothing...


Classic!!
shindigger11 h, 16 m ago

Nope. I have a list of threads i participated in, down the right side of …Nope. I have a list of threads i participated in, down the right side of my homepage. So thought id just look it up again. If you want to look, there's plenty to see. If youre happy with Sky "News" and the BBC thats fine sweetie.I suggest you move there. Its great. Or give southern Italy a go....knock your self out....https://twitter.com/PeterSweden7


And what does this have to do with a Volvo lease deal? That's right - absolutely nothing...
£218 p/m with no big deposit Volvo V40 Hatchback T2 [122] Momentum 5dr 18 months £4290.84 @ Mad sheep leasing
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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
iBuyWhatIWant4 h, 24 m ago

Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid …Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid mugs. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that’s still going strong today.


i Lease What I Want!
iBuyWhatIWant3 h, 51 m ago

Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid …Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid mugs. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that’s still going strong today.


It’s called economic/social disparity.
Good price but worth going for the nav plus imo.
iBuyWhatIWant1 h, 24 m ago

Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid …Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid mugs. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that’s still going strong today.


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
iBuyWhatIWant43 m ago

Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid …Why some people lease will always baffles me! Overpriced toys and overpaid mugs. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that’s still going strong today.


Why some people buy Vauxhalls baffles me.
Volvo S60 T4 (190 BHP) SE NAV £225 p/m NO DEPOSIT Car Lease @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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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
admirable13 h, 46 m ago

From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but …From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but over the year, the biggest seller was the Vauxhall Corsa, with 8,300 registrations during 2017, with the Ford Fiesta after that, on 6,800


That was for Scotland - in England the Fiesta was the top selling car last year
iBuyWhatIWant6th Jan

Why don’t you just buy a used Corsa? You can get one for £300+. I’ve got a …Why don’t you just buy a used Corsa? You can get one for £300+. I’ve got a 2005 Corsa that still runs like a breeze! Best cars tbh



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
Chris06096th Jan

Great car: most comfortable seats ever. However the turning circle was …Great car: most comfortable seats ever. However the turning circle was huge. I had to go forward and then reverse a number of times to get out of Heathrow car park. Drivers behind thought I was an idiot. Good price if you can tolerate the turning circle. Mind you this might have been sorted by now: be sure to check it on a test drive.


Very astute those drivers.
admirable3 h, 2 m ago

From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but …From the BBC yesterday:The top selling brand last month was the Mini, but over the year, the biggest seller was the Vauxhall Corsa, with 8,300 registrations during 2017, with the Ford Fiesta after that, on 6,800


Doesn't make it a good car. It's an average, cheap small car at best.
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VOLVO S90 R-DESIGN Personal Lease **NO DEPOSIT** Limited stock - £320.41pm/18months (Term =£5767.38) @ MadSheep
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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
bilbob3rd Jan

I'm now on my third Mondeo turbo diesel, and have clocked over 150k on the …I'm now on my third Mondeo turbo diesel, and have clocked over 150k on the first two, now on 105 on the third and it's been so reliable I'm aiming to keep iot for two more years, so that'll push 175+, still never had a turbo go, a dpf of egr failure...Saved me a sodding fortune over the years!I'd suggest a wiser course of action would be to avoid VW group engines...


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.

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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.
m5rcc18 m ago

When your car is not having its cooling fans running. When you see an …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.


Those are not issues - those are by design the active regeneration functioning.
m5rcc18 m ago

But your car should inform you with a warning message and/or dash signal.


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).
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endothecat2 h, 30 m ago

How can someone tell if they're having issues with a DPF?

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
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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 😜
paulandpam146 m ago

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




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
The.Crew.Designs4 h, 53 m ago

its a real pleasure to be in and superb on fuel can easily get 80mpg


80mpg?
I'm sorry but even a modern Diesel would struggle to get anywhere that economy.
Maybe you meant 80 MPH
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VW Arteon 2.0 TSI R Line 5dr DSG - £213 per month (£7195.20 total) @  Mad Sheep Leasing
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Just had a mailer about this, based on 5000 miles, 10000 is another £14 a month. Huge car for the money.
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?
rooney102 h, 8 m ago

That's the funny thing , I have no argument , lolI am far from searching …That's the funny thing , I have no argument , lolI am far from searching for credibility on a hukd thread ..... people actually do this ?

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.
Does anyone know of any Golf R deals? Thanks
Volkswagen Polo Hatchback 1.8 TSI GTI 3dr - £214 / Month @ mad-sheep.co.uk (£7,704)
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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
LOUGHBORO.GUY

Brand new shape polo out September says my vw dealer



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).
stuellis

If you need new brakes in 24000 miles you need to improve your driving … 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.


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

3 years on a lease is abit iffy. considering that is the approximate time … 3 years on a lease is abit iffy. considering that is the approximate time when vehicles require tyre / break changes.


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)
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Just seen this on their Facebook page, good deal, very tempted (just need to convince the Mrs).
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psmith1958

Fully agree, anyway, why leaseThe money you save buying a good secend … Fully agree, anyway, why leaseThe money you save buying a good secend hand keep to one side for services and tyresNot a lot more to pay out, even on my top spec e320 cdi had it 5 yrs now 2007 model, drives like new, and not a mark on her and still worth 6k part x



​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?
psmith1958

Fully agree, anyway, why leaseThe money you save buying a good secend … Fully agree, anyway, why leaseThe money you save buying a good secend hand keep to one side for services and tyresNot a lot more to pay out, even on my top spec e320 cdi had it 5 yrs now 2007 model, drives like new, and not a mark on her and still worth 6k part x



​yeah and if your engine blows up and it costs you 5k+ to fix, not quite so rosy then....
bestbuy123

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



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
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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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kevinmac21

My whole point and deprecation on them is a lot lower



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
ezzer72

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



My whole point and deprecation on them is a lot lower
ezzer72

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



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!
kevinmac21

My Mrs got a 3 year old aygo from Toyota dealer, 20k on the clock , 500 … My Mrs got a 3 year old aygo from Toyota dealer, 20k on the clock , 500 deposit and 100pm for 47 months, plus 4 year warranty and at the end of 47 months the car is hers bought and paid for, this lease deal is a rip off.



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
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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?

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Pollerz

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

really? it advertises £216 . I'm really interested in ordering one so any advice on how to approach this?
ordered one from leasline.co.uk 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
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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.
Mr No

Brilliant What's the point in buying a new TV when a 14" CRT will last … Brilliant What's the point in buying a new TV when a 14" CRT will last years?What's the point in drinking fine wine, when water is much cheaper?What's the point in buying a lamp, when you can wait for the sun to rise?What's the point in buying a radio, when whistling costs nothing?What's the point in Royal Mail, when you can deliver a letter yourself?

norm1

If you're in a position where the cost of depreciation is a factor when … If you're in a position where the cost of depreciation is a factor when buying a new car, you probably shouldn't be buying a new car. People who can afford it don't care about that kind of thing.With buying second hand, the car has the biggest level of depreciation in the first couple of years, so you're still getting a quality car, saving a good wedge off the new price, and not tied to any annoying contract.



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.
Oneday77

Having driven Diesel Focus' for over 10 years. What exactly do you … Having driven Diesel Focus' for over 10 years. What exactly do you recommend oh wise and deal-less one. Find us a better one and break your duck. I of course expect German, rear wheel drive and no indicators.


Also are you suggesting that only people who have posted a deal are allowed to comment?
Mate, that is dim lol
Oneday77

Having driven Diesel Focus' for over 10 years. What exactly do you … Having driven Diesel Focus' for over 10 years. What exactly do you recommend oh wise and deal-less one. Find us a better one and break your duck. I of course expect German, rear wheel drive and no indicators.


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
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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

Mine was ordered/confirmed a month ago. They did well to get the finance … Mine was ordered/confirmed a month ago. They did well to get the finance company to honour any of them (I think you're safe if you get your docs).



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.
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cruisecars

What a ugly car oO



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
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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?
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this deal expired?, i see £253?
stevebutty

Buy British!!!



lol you meant to say those previously-British ?
Lease deal - Citroen C1 AIRSCAPE HATCHBACK 1.2 PureTech Feel 5dr at £136 per month- 24months - 8000 miles per year £3257 @ Mad Sheep
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No car tax - Maintenance extra - insurance not included. £360 fee + £814 initial rental = 1175 upfront then 23 payments of £90per month Seems a good deal for this spec.
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And another thought. Auto trader examples show a year old c1 can be had for 8000 and then sold 2 years later for 5000. 3000 in depriciation on a second hand example with garage and mot etc.costs being incurred. Please check if I'm right?
Edited by: "redadmiral" 16th May 2015
Original Poster
Yes, although having read many of these threads it seems an unfounded fear, With fair wear and tear being allowed.
I think the fear of being charged for any scratches puts a lot of people off lease deals.
Original Poster
Considering there's a smaller outlay than buying. No loan required with interest. No hassle of reselling. Next no garage bills. No tax. No deprication. This seems the way to go for me. Yes you never own it but this seems like the best way for me. Still getting my head round it really, leasing that is.
I've been looking for a small car, a couple of years old for a while now and they seem to hold their price and don't depreciate as much as bigger cars. Personal lease seems like a good value option.
cheap car £6 a month and £36 up front its got to be wrong
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Personal lease Contract term : 36 months Rental profile : 6 + 35 Annual mileage : 10000 Production status : Current model CO2 band : D (121-130 g/km)
At that price the £200 banger brigade would have still complained that you have nothing to show for your money when you hand the car back (save for a couple of years warrantied motoring with up to date tech).
Just had mine delivered, great deal, thanks!
nobody would have got it anyway
Sloth/Mod
Looks like they've fixed it already i'm afraid. All Ibiza prices now showing normal
Original Poster
they removed it from the site lol shame i would of had 2
Skoda Octavia Scout 4x4 / 24 Month Lease / £5378.60 inc VAT @ Mad Sheep Leasing
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Deal works out @ £183.40 per month inc VAT with an initial rental of £1100.40. Cost of the lease works out far less than the cost of depreciation if bought outright. Spec: Sat Na… Read more
​​I took out this deal and I'm Coming to the end of it. Skoda have offered to sell the car for £12900.

Anyone else had offers? I'm on 24000 miles
Need this deal again
Witchfinder

Why, are you worried about your "street cred" or something? I bought an … Why, are you worried about your "street cred" or something? I bought an Octavia vRS back in 2002, at the tender age of 27. It was a great car, and everyone was jealous of it.



Me too, a brand new Mk1 VRS at 25 - I still have it and I couldn't have wished for more in the last 12 years.
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lukeybuilder

what that you adore skoda for no good reason. well done.



You really can't read can you?

1) The Skodas are for my employees (as per original post).
2) The Golf R rates you referred to are long gone (towards the end of 2014).
3) You keep saying "buy" when it's a lease.