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Mercedes A35 A35 MY20 4Matic Premium Auto - STOCK PCH deal! £424pm x 36 - £15591.44 @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts Lease Deal
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Mercedes A35 A35 MY20 4Matic Premium Auto - STOCK PCH deal! £424pm x 36 - £15591.44 @ Freedom Vehicle Contracts Lease Deal

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

I know PCH (lease) isn't for everyone, but if you are looking for a pretty quick hot hatch, this is a pretty good deal given the low deposit and fairly low monthly payments.

Plenty of examples in the link for pricing but my favourite is £424 deposit and £424 down on 8k miles over 3 years!

4wd and plenty of inclusive options on the link!

topgear.com/car…a35

Review here!
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CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:20

It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs …It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs game


Lease can be a good deal but this isn't. The lease cost is about 45% this cars full retail value for a 3 year lease. I imagine buying new and taking the 3 year depreciation would be better than this lease. Cold as ice for me and I'm a big fan of leasing.
CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:20

It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs …It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs game


You came into this thread to intentionally insult the buying choices of others you disagree with or don't understand. You have more issues than someone renting a car.
CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:20

It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs …It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs game


Yeah, and what's the point in going on holiday if you're just going to come back at the end of it?
CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:36

Yep people who rent usually are


People who carefully research the best way to buy a new car and lose the minimum amount of money over the period of ownership are clueless?

Odd thing to say.
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Is it a PCP or a lease? Regardless, I don’t think this is a good deal over 4 years.
It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs game
deleted4728727/12/2019 18:14

Is it a PCP or a lease? Regardless, I don’t think this is a good deal over …Is it a PCP or a lease? Regardless, I don’t think this is a good deal over 4 years.


Apologies it is a lease and not pcp
CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:20

It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs …It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs game


Lease can be a good deal but this isn't. The lease cost is about 45% this cars full retail value for a 3 year lease. I imagine buying new and taking the 3 year depreciation would be better than this lease. Cold as ice for me and I'm a big fan of leasing.
£31k buys a nearly new one from autotrader so you will get sub £30k if you look about. I would give this deal a miss. Good car though.
CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:36

Yep people who rent usually are


People who carefully research the best way to buy a new car and lose the minimum amount of money over the period of ownership are clueless?

Odd thing to say.
CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:20

It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs …It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs game


Every single lease deal? I think you need to get out more.
CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:20

It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs …It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs game


You came into this thread to intentionally insult the buying choices of others you disagree with or don't understand. You have more issues than someone renting a car.
HUKDPAB127/12/2019 19:01

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Heard this about many cars over the years. Not once has one of these 'prices will skyrocket' predictions come true.
CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:20

It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs …It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs game


Somebody has to buy/lease them for you to have your second hand car.
For anybody who wants a new car every few years, leasing usually works out cheaper.
When it comes to running a second hand car, by the time you factor in better mpg fuel saving, road tax, maintaining/mot, it often works out only a little more expensive each month to lease.
CJamesUK27/12/2019 18:20

It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs …It's a rental anything like this is throwing your money away total mugs game


Yeah, and what's the point in going on holiday if you're just going to come back at the end of it?
Price looks about right for this, pretty much what I'd expect, these cars have some issues though, brakes, software, soft paint and saggy leather to name a few. It's a riot to drive though and fantastic in the wet
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Mr.Nutts27/12/2019 19:18

Yeah, and what's the point in going on holiday if you're just going to …Yeah, and what's the point in going on holiday if you're just going to come back at the end of it?


It’s trains that get me. Money for nothing!!!
@Leasing Guru's - Is there any particular time of the year when it's better to lease (in terms of discounts / pricing)?

I'm in the market for a GLC 220d and best I could find is around £420 over 36 months (inc. initial rental + fees)... but it's current stock (69 plate). Is that a good price? Or am I better off waiting for 20 plates? Someone mentioned they'd noticed better deals just after new models or new reg plates were released.
ricoshay27/12/2019 21:23

@Leasing Guru's - Is there any particular time of the year when it's …@Leasing Guru's - Is there any particular time of the year when it's better to lease (in terms of discounts / pricing)? I'm in the market for a GLC 220d and best I could find is around £420 over 36 months (inc. initial rental + fees)... but it's current stock (69 plate). Is that a good price? Or am I better off waiting for 20 plates? Someone mentioned they'd noticed better deals just after new models or new reg plates were released.



give it a few months better deals around
Edited by: "wiz1" 27th Dec 2019
ricoshay27/12/2019 21:23

@Leasing Guru's - Is there any particular time of the year when it's …@Leasing Guru's - Is there any particular time of the year when it's better to lease (in terms of discounts / pricing)? I'm in the market for a GLC 220d and best I could find is around £420 over 36 months (inc. initial rental + fees)... but it's current stock (69 plate). Is that a good price? Or am I better off waiting for 20 plates? Someone mentioned they'd noticed better deals just after new models or new reg plates were released.



The best deals are usually at the beginning or end of every financial quarter. If you are after a lease on a specific model and can't find one chances are you will not get a good deal as Manufacturer/Lender support won't be available. Carwow and Drivethedeal usually offer good discounts on Mercedes albeit PCP.
Edited by: "jeds" 27th Dec 2019
Thanks @wiz1 and @jeds
The first ‘star deal’ On the this deal is cheaper with £3023 deposit and £336 per month over 3 years. Higher deposit, but cheaper overall and considering there are plenty of non AMG A class deals around £250/300 I think this price is Ok
Infact, found it cheaper here with 10,000 miles cars2buy.co.uk/per…deeworks out at £402 per month net or £14,504 over the term.
Edited by: "Driving_range_sm" 28th Dec 2019
markymark3427/12/2019 18:39

People who carefully research the best way to buy a new car and lose the …People who carefully research the best way to buy a new car and lose the minimum amount of money over the period of ownership are clueless?Odd thing to say.


Well said.
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