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Mercedes Benz CLA 1.6 AMG Line Lease. Initial deposit £1739.88 + £193pm - 4 Year Lease at Blue Chilli Cars
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Mercedes Benz CLA 1.6 AMG Line Lease. Initial deposit £1739.88 + £193pm - 4 Year Lease at Blue Chilli Cars

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Posted 3rd Sep 2018

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Mercedes-Benz CLA180 Coupe
AMG Line
1.6 Petrol Manual
4 Year Lease
5000 Miles anually

Initial Deposit of £1739.88 and 47 monthly payments of £193.32.
Admin/Processing fee £360

Total cost over 4 years: £11,185.92
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deleted25418003/09/2018 07:52

So after 4 years, and 11k.. You're left without a car?Better off saving …So after 4 years, and 11k.. You're left without a car?Better off saving that money ey for 4 years and buying something


So you walk for 4 years?. Its called leasing, its not for everyone but it works for a lot of people
Edited by: "howbord" 3rd Sep 2018
I don’t like four year lease on a car with three years warranty. Something could go wrong after 47 months and you have to fork out to fix it, just to send the thing back to the leasing company.

Not for me.
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Manual 1.6? How does that cope?
It's looks like a big motor. Doesn't sound like the ideal size. It's a good deal for a Merc just think it's under powered for all but school run/shopping/around town traffic.
Does anyone have one?
What's it like?
I don’t like four year lease on a car with three years warranty. Something could go wrong after 47 months and you have to fork out to fix it, just to send the thing back to the leasing company.

Not for me.
Old Ladies Drive Mercedes.

Says the old saying.
Blue Chilli cars, apt name for this deal.
Devro3rd Sep 2018

I don’t like four year lease on a car with three years warranty. Something …I don’t like four year lease on a car with three years warranty. Something could go wrong after 47 months and you have to fork out to fix it, just to send the thing back to the leasing company. Not for me.


Yes, that's a very important point about the warranty. Even some three year leases on cars with two year warranties. On a 4 year lease, you also need to MOT it.
New model out later this year
TCO - £11,185.92 - £233 a month for a pretty bog standard Merc.
lol lol lol lol lol 5000 miles lol lol lol lol
Devro44 m ago

I don’t like four year lease on a car with three years warranty. Something …I don’t like four year lease on a car with three years warranty. Something could go wrong after 47 months and you have to fork out to fix it, just to send the thing back to the leasing company. Not for me.


They have 3 year - £1775 deposit then £197 pm
slartibartfastt51 m ago

Manual 1.6? How does that cope?It's looks like a big motor. Doesn't sound …Manual 1.6? How does that cope?It's looks like a big motor. Doesn't sound like the ideal size. It's a good deal for a Merc just think it's under powered for all but school run/shopping/around town traffic.Does anyone have one?What's it like?


2.1D Sports looks better £222pm £2000 initial rental

Big car like that imagine will be a bit sluggish for a 1.6
So after 4 years, and 11k.. You're left without a car?

Better off saving that money ey for 4 years and buying something
Maintenance NOT included.
deleted25418003/09/2018 07:52

So after 4 years, and 11k.. You're left without a car?Better off saving …So after 4 years, and 11k.. You're left without a car?Better off saving that money ey for 4 years and buying something


So you walk for 4 years?. Its called leasing, its not for everyone but it works for a lot of people
Edited by: "howbord" 3rd Sep 2018
howbord35 m ago

So you walk for 4 years?. Its called leasing, its not for everyone but it …So you walk for 4 years?. Its called leasing, its not for everyone but it works for a lot of people


I do not see it working for the majority of people (including me) using HotUKDeals . Neither do we walk . I do agree it is right for some people .
slartibartfastt03/09/2018 06:54

Manual 1.6? How does that cope?It's looks like a big motor. Doesn't sound …Manual 1.6? How does that cope?It's looks like a big motor. Doesn't sound like the ideal size. It's a good deal for a Merc just think it's under powered for all but school run/shopping/around town traffic.Does anyone have one?What's it like?


The CLA is just a coupe version of the A-Class. The 1.6 has 121hp which is plenty for a car of this size. What were you expecting to do with it? Race?
BlakeyLeeds03/09/2018 07:53

Maintenance NOT included.


A good thing: I wouldn't touch a maintenance/service plan.
m5rcc03/09/2018 09:17

The CLA is just a coupe version of the A-Class. The 1.6 has 121hp which is …The CLA is just a coupe version of the A-Class. The 1.6 has 121hp which is plenty for a car of this size. What were you expecting to do with it? Race?


Not expecting to do anything with this as I'm not going to get one. As a non hatch back A class I suppose 1.6 is just fine.
Though of course, larger engines don't need to be for racing only.
slartibartfastt4 m ago

Not expecting to do anything with this as I'm not going to get one. As a …Not expecting to do anything with this as I'm not going to get one. As a non hatch back A class I suppose 1.6 is just fine. Though of course, larger engines don't need to be for racing only.


Well one would not need anything much larger than this for general use either.
deleted25418003/09/2018 07:52

So after 4 years, and 11k.. You're left without a car?Better off saving …So after 4 years, and 11k.. You're left without a car?Better off saving that money ey for 4 years and buying something


Agreed wholeheartedly.....the optimum time to buy a car is when it is 18-24 months old. Take an extended manufacturers warranty for major parts and you're covered, and have a car at end of 4 years as deposit for new one.

Last year bought a 16 plate 5 series, full spec, has deposit from old car so £14k loan at 2.1% APR.

I own car, not limited in miles. Still had 18 months manufacturers warranty & haggled extended 3 years one for £800.

Much prefer owning something.......leased cars the only winner the lessor, the lessee is covering the high early years depreciation then lessor will clear a huge profit selling it to dealer.

Saying that, I want folks to keep leasing so I can pick up a bargain at 18 months! 😃
Edited by: "Keith_Moon" 3rd Sep 2018
potentially the worst deals i have seen on HUKD. An average car for hire for 3-4 years to over 11k!
m5rcc03/09/2018 09:17

A good thing: I wouldn't touch a maintenance/service plan.


Why not?
qbs03/09/2018 11:27

Why not?


Because most service plans do not always include an oil and filter change, which should be done at least every year or at least every 10,000 miles, whichever comes first. And it is inadequate oil maintenance (often due to cars that have been on such 'maintenance/service plans') that has been one of the greatest killers of engines at year three onwards, which is funnily enough when most warranties end.
Keith_Moon03/09/2018 11:02

Much prefer owning something.......leased cars the only winner the lessor, …Much prefer owning something.......leased cars the only winner the lessor, the lessee is covering the high early years depreciation then lessor will clear a huge profit selling it to dealer.Saying that, I want folks to keep leasing so I can pick up a bargain at 18 months! 😃


But comparing owning a used car to running a brand new leased car isn't the same thing, is it?
m5rcc03/09/2018 11:32

Because most service plans do not always include an oil and filter change, …Because most service plans do not always include an oil and filter change, which should be done at least every year or at least every 10,000 miles, whichever comes first. And it is inadequate oil maintenance (often due to cars that have been on such 'maintenance/service plans') that has been one of the greatest killers of engines at year three onwards, which is funnily enough when most warranties end.


Are you speaking about service plans for lease cars only or service plans in general? I can't see how you can call something a service plan that doesn't include the most basic items. My 4 year service plan bought on a new car includes everything including MOTs.
Edited by: "qbs" 3rd Sep 2018
currently looking for a new lease deal, just to let you know you sometimes get the option to buy the car back from finance at the end of the lease at a competitive rate. I've heard haggling also works.. maybe a leaser can comment on this.

but CLA is far too cramped at the back and better off with an auto.

some are right, a 3 year lease is optimal as you dont need to MOT the car servicing is not included unless you get a maintenance package, in my opinion it provides peace of mind but i didnt choose it and it was fine

Can anyone tell me if September will bring good lease deals, as new reg plates are out...?? :/
qbs03/09/2018 11:36

Are you speaking about service plans for lease cars only or service plans …Are you speaking about service plans for lease cars only or service plans in general?


Both


qbs03/09/2018 11:36

I can't see how you can call something a service plan that doesn't include …I can't see how you can call something a service plan that doesn't include the most basic items.


Manufacturers do though. All part of planned obsolescence and easy revenue earner.

qbs03/09/2018 11:36

My 4 year service plan bought on a new car includes everything including …My 4 year service plan bought on a new car includes everything including MOTs.


How do you know it includes an oil change every 10k miles/year? You've paid for it upfront.
m5rcc03/09/2018 11:38

BothManufacturers do though. All part of planned obsolescence and easy …BothManufacturers do though. All part of planned obsolescence and easy revenue earner.How do you know it includes an oil change every 10k miles/year? You've paid for it upfront.


Because it was done when it was serviced last year. It gets serviced to the manufacturer's specification.
Edited by: "qbs" 3rd Sep 2018
m5rcc03/09/2018 11:32

Because most service plans do not always include an oil and filter change, …Because most service plans do not always include an oil and filter change, which should be done at least every year or at least every 10,000 miles, whichever comes first. And it is inadequate oil maintenance (often due to cars that have been on such 'maintenance/service plans') that has been one of the greatest killers of engines at year three onwards, which is funnily enough when most warranties end.



Never heard of a service plan that doesnt include oil and filter changes, Because thats the main part of a service.
greenflower12303/09/2018 11:38

Can anyone tell me if September will bring good lease deals, as new reg …Can anyone tell me if September will bring good lease deals, as new reg plates are out...?? :/


If anything, as recent months have proved, leasing will get dearer and now even more so given the introduction of EU6d TEMP / WLTP rules.
qbs03/09/2018 11:40

Because it was done when it was serviced last year. It gets serviced to …Because it was done when it was serviced last year. It gets serviced to the manufacturer's specification.


Of which it is not necessarily yearly and/or every 10k miles. Many manufactures are on long-life servicing.
118luke1 m ago

Never heard of a service plan that doesnt include oil and filter changes, …Never heard of a service plan that doesnt include oil and filter changes, Because thats the main part of a service.


Never wrote they don't do it ever. I wrote that they don't do it every year or every 10k miles.
m5rcc03/09/2018 11:42

If anything, as recent months have proved, leasing will get dearer and now …If anything, as recent months have proved, leasing will get dearer and now even more so given the introduction of EU6d TEMP / WLTP rules.


that would be for diesels though right? im considering getting a petrol (merc) or a hybrid (kia)
greenflower12303/09/2018 11:44

that would be for diesels though right? im considering getting a petrol …that would be for diesels though right? im considering getting a petrol (merc) or a hybrid (kia)


No - all new cars from September 2018 onwards are bound by this.

Besides, all new petrol cars now come with PPFs, the petrol equivalent of the DPF and at the moment, one doesn't know if problems will occur on them as they have done on DPFs. It'll depend on the configuration of the engine manifolds and the PPF. But the further from the engine it is, the more trouble the PPF could be.
m5rcc03/09/2018 11:42

Of which it is not necessarily yearly and/or every 10k miles. Many …Of which it is not necessarily yearly and/or every 10k miles. Many manufactures are on long-life servicing.


I'll remind you what you said

"Because most service plans do not always include an oil and filter change, which should be done at least every year or at least every 10,000 miles, whichever comes first. And it is inadequate oil maintenance (often due to cars that have been on such 'maintenance/service plans') that has been one of the greatest killers of engines at year three onwards, which is funnily enough when most warranties end."

I suggest you go into the nearest cupboard you can find, close the door after you, and have an argument with yourself.
m5rcc03/09/2018 11:47

No - all new cars from September 2018 onwards are bound by this.Besides, …No - all new cars from September 2018 onwards are bound by this.Besides, all new petrol cars now come with PPFs, the petrol equivalent of the DPF and at the moment, one doesn't know if problems will occur on them as they have done on DPFs. It'll depend on the configuration of the engine manifolds and the PPF. But the further from the engine it is, the more trouble the PPF could be.


oh snap! is there any benefit in getting a petrol? I dont do many miles last 2 years i did 12k mileage over the term.
qbs03/09/2018 11:48

I'll remind you what you said"Because most service plans do not always …I'll remind you what you said"Because most service plans do not always include an oil and filter change


I suggest you re-read what I wrote.


qbs03/09/2018 11:48

I suggest you go into the nearest cupboard you can find, close the door …I suggest you go into the nearest cupboard you can find, close the door after you, and have an argument with yourself.


I wasn't having an argument. You chose to have one with me.
greenflower1237 m ago

oh snap! is there any benefit in getting a petrol? I dont do many miles …oh snap! is there any benefit in getting a petrol? I dont do many miles last 2 years i did 12k mileage over the term.



Unless you are towing and/or doing more than 20k miles/year and/or carry heavy weights, then stick to petrol. The maintenance of diesel emissions equipment on such mileage will completely kill the economic benefits.
m5rcc03/09/2018 11:53

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cheers
m5rcc03/09/2018 11:50

I suggest you re-read what I wrote.I wasn't having an argument. You chose …I suggest you re-read what I wrote.I wasn't having an argument. You chose to have one with me.


m5rcc is actually providing useful advice, i believe he is saying if you pre-purchase a service plan, they wont always change the oil every 10k / 1 year as its up to the manufacture garage if they decide you need they will top up, if not then no
m5rcc03/09/2018 11:50

I suggest you re-read what I wrote.I wasn't having an argument. You chose …I suggest you re-read what I wrote.I wasn't having an argument. You chose to have one with me.


I read it. You clearly haven't understood what you wrote. One minute you're saying oil changes should be done yearly, the next, you're saying they shouldn't.
In reality, they should be done when required, but until adequate oil condition monitoring can be incorporated into a vehicle, that's not going to happen.

And yes, we're having an argument - A discussion in which the parties involved express disagreement with one another; a debate:
greenflower1233 m ago

cheers m5rcc is actually providing useful advice, i believe he is saying …cheers m5rcc is actually providing useful advice, i believe he is saying if you pre-purchase a service plan, they wont always change the oil every 10k / 1 year as its up to the manufacture garage if they decide you need they will top up, if not then no


Exactly - hence why I wouldn't buy such a plan. Many manufactures are still on long-life oil plans despite the whole issue BMW had with their N47 engines. You would have thought they'd learn from their mistakes.
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