Mercedes-Benz A CLass A180d SE 5dr - 24mth Personal Lease - 23 x £170.99pm + £1,025.94 upfront - Total £4958.71 @ Evans halshaw lease
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Mercedes-Benz A CLass A180d SE 5dr - 24mth Personal Lease - 23 x £170.99pm + £1,025.94 upfront - Total £4958.71 @ Evans halshaw lease

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Found 23rd Feb 2016
No of Payments 23
Monthly Payment £170.99
Initial Customer Payment £1,025.94

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Nice..........
Little bit snazzy this and super wazzy.
great find, thanks op! heat added! :-)
Comes with "attention assist", is this for when the missus is in the car with you?
I really like the look of this but thought one of you knowledgeable hukders will know this.. I have car allowance and have to have the car registered to me. will this be the case or will it be registered to the finance company.
cheers for any help
Cracking price, insurance prices aren't to bad either, for a young-en like myself!
Renault 1.5dCi engine
Edited by: "akash402" 23rd Feb 2016
Shuggy7

I really like the look of this but thought one of you knowledgeable … I really like the look of this but thought one of you knowledgeable hukders will know this.. I have car allowance and have to have the car registered to me. will this be the case or will it be registered to the finance company. cheers for any help



Car will likely be registered to the leasing company for both owner and keeper. This is the case with my current deal anyway.
if you get car allowance, then so long as car is within constraints of the allowance package (engine size, emissions, fuel type)I would have thought you should be fine. The only thing would be to make sure the car is insured for business purposes or they could probably refuse. Best to speak to fleet or HR department and see what they say as they will be in best position to tell you rather than us lot.
My advice would be 100% test drive before you buy. i test drove an A180 and was utterly unimpressed with the experience. IMO the interior looks nice but the nav screen looked like an afterthought, boot seemed awkward and I just didn't feel it. The auto gearbox in the one I drove was terrible.

If it works for you this is quite a lot of car for the money, but please drive first.
Considering a lease and like the look of this, but can anyone tell me if I have to get the car serviced at my expense during the term and do I have to go to Mercedes and pay inflated fees?

Also, if there are usual age related marks on the car at end of term is this accepted or do they try to sting you for more cash?

Thanks fellow HUKD folk (_;)
Nice looking car, but Mercedes main dealers have awful customer service.
rorrism

My advice would be 100% test drive before you buy. i test drove an A180 … My advice would be 100% test drive before you buy. i test drove an A180 and was utterly unimpressed with the experience. IMO the interior looks nice but the nav screen looked like an afterthought, boot seemed awkward and I just didn't feel it. The auto gearbox in the one I drove was terrible.If it works for you this is quite a lot of car for the money, but please drive first.



Completely agree, the 180 is lacking power and the handling is poor compared to a 1 series or a3. If you want the image though then this is a great price!
I have the 2.2 AClass and it's pretty decent. I've also heard the 1.8 lacks power
KitKatFox

Completely agree, the 180 is lacking power and the handling is poor … Completely agree, the 180 is lacking power and the handling is poor compared to a 1 series or a3. If you want the image though then this is a great price!


I was actually looking at getting on of the bigger engined petrol models but the local dealer only had an A180 for me to drive. My opinion was that the engine wouldn't change some of the issues I had with the A class so ended up going for a 1 series. I'm really happy with it.
meclive

Nice looking car, but Mercedes main dealers have awful customer service.


Actually had an amazing experience with Mercedes Manchester (ashton old road) they were brilliant, even put a bow on my car and roped it off in the showroom when I came to pick it up. Very attentive dealership
balajake

Actually had an amazing experience with Mercedes Manchester (ashton old … Actually had an amazing experience with Mercedes Manchester (ashton old road) they were brilliant, even put a bow on my car and roped it off in the showroom when I came to pick it up. Very attentive dealership


In my experience bows, bouquets, fruit baskets are pretty standard when spending decent money on a car as is the designated roped off area. The true test of a dealer is not when you are giving them money, but when you are needing warranty work, services etc.
balajake

I have the 2.2 AClass and it's pretty decent. I've also heard the 1.8 … I have the 2.2 AClass and it's pretty decent. I've also heard the 1.8 lacks power


the A220 is the standard 2.2 diesel in the merc range, the A180 diesel is a sluggish but economical 1.5 diesel . and the A200 is the 136 bhp 2.1 diesel engine
Edited by: "akash402" 23rd Feb 2016
rorrism

In my experience bows, bouquets, fruit baskets are pretty standard when … In my experience bows, bouquets, fruit baskets are pretty standard when spending decent money on a car as is the designated roped off area. The true test of a dealer is not when you are giving them money, but when you are needing warranty work, services etc.


Well they have called me three times since I bought the car in December to check if I'm happy with the car so no issues so far. I have a service plan so we shall see how it goes
10111010101011

Car will likely be registered to the leasing company for both owner and … Car will likely be registered to the leasing company for both owner and keeper. This is the case with my current deal anyway.



On my wifes Fiesta ST the lease company is the owner and we are the keeper....best asking beforehand, it obviously needs reporting on the insurance.
http://www.honestjohn.co.uk/carbycar/mercedes-benz/a-class-2012/

http://www.whatcar.com/car-reviews/mercedes-benz/a-class-hatchback/summary/26139-5

Not much reason to get this car that I can see, better off with an Audi A3 or BMW 1 series. It's trading on the Mercedes name, and Mercedes seem to be outclassed in just about every sector apart from marque unless you're going sports car / supercar.

I'd say if you really want an A Class Mercedes then get the CLA which is based on the A class and a better looking car as well.

I've voted this hot as I could sell my Golf I've had for 3 years and paid £10,500 for and get around £6K for it (low milage) and I could lease this for 2 years and still have some change over. The only issues I can see is that it's diesel and a Merc A Class.

Edited by: "fishmaster" 23rd Feb 2016
duckson

On my wifes Fiesta ST the lease company is the owner and we are the … On my wifes Fiesta ST the lease company is the owner and we are the keeper....best asking beforehand, it obviously needs reporting on the insurance.



Seems to differ depending on the lease company. I also have a Fiesta ST but defo is the lease company both owner and keeper. Insurance companies didn't seem to be bothered by this. Some can apparently be quite picky though.
Is it worth £10 more a month for the A200d. If you click on the go to deal it's on there under more Mercedes offers?
fur coat and no knickers.
Nice but only 8k miles a year!! I do 6k just for work.... not left with much!!
anyone know how much per mile if you go over?
11p per mile
S8NDO

11p per mile


thanks
What, a lease deal thread with only sensible, relevant posts? I feel cheated!

Back on topic - 16k miles, that's only 153miles a week. My office is only 32miles away which is one of my shortest commutes but still comes in at more than double what this lease allows. I'd sooner aim for a petrol car if I was only going to do town driving (which is all you'll be doing on this lease) and presumably can get more for less/similar money.
Edited by: "WBRacing" 23rd Feb 2016
Outclassed by the competition. Your paying for the brand. A brand that thinks it ok to put a 1.5 litre French engine in its cars to save money.

S Class or bust with Merc.
Does anyone know if you can put a towbar on lease cars for caravan towing?
akash402

Renault 1.5dCi engine



A lot of German cars have French Diesel engines. I wouldn't have a problem with that.
Banned
mileage allowance on all these deals is so tiny 8000 miles is nothing
caldan12

Does anyone know if you can put a towbar on lease cars for caravan towing?


Towing? The A180d can barely move it's self.
Spudgunner2

mileage allowance on all these deals is so tiny 8000 miles is nothing


More than the UK average for private mileage.

Only ropey used car salesmen will have you believe it's more.
brooky_agn

A lot of German cars have French Diesel engines. I wouldn't have a … A lot of German cars have French Diesel engines. I wouldn't have a problem with that.



Mini's up until 5 years ago, B-Class, A-Class and the CLA. I'm stumped for the rest.
Noooooo.....don't do it. Test drove one of these and it was truly dreadful. Horrible engine. Can't imagine what Mercedes were thinking of when they came up with this garbage.
So many German cars are complete garbage these days, this is one of them.
brooky_agn

A lot of German cars have French Diesel engines. I wouldn't have a … A lot of German cars have French Diesel engines. I wouldn't have a problem with that.


Have a go at this engine and then tell me what you think, no pulling power at lower revs
I leased an 1.8 Diesel A3 back in 07. THE most underwhleming car i've ever driven.
Apart from the maiden motor, a Chevette.
Horrible car.
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