Mercedes-Benz E Class Diesel Cabriolet E220d AMG Line 2dr 9G-Tronic Personal £7775.83 including admin fee and deposit @ Yes lease
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Mercedes-Benz E Class Diesel Cabriolet E220d AMG Line 2dr 9G-Tronic Personal £7775.83 including admin fee and deposit @ Yes lease

£7,775.83Yes Lease Deals
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Found 15th Jan
Yes lease have been good to me in the past and have discounted a deal further. This might be worth a call up if you’re in the market for a car of this spec...this will not disappoint.

Overall price for the period is 7775.83 including admin fee and deposit.
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What period is this over please?
I guess two years...
Looks like 18 months @ 7k miles PA
Thats a terrible deal for an 18 month lease.
About £432pm for 18months. Not bad I guess.
Nice.

Does this come with a leggy blonde?
Or, is that an extra?
This works out at £432/month! Cold.
Bit more information would be helpful 🤣
Dalkirst1 m ago

Bit more information would be helpful 🤣



Personal contract hire
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£227.99 incl VAT monthly rental
£3600.00 incl VAT initial rental

Contract term 18 months
Rental profile Initial rental + 17 Rentals
Annual mileage 7000
Processing fee £300.00
Finance doc fee £0.00
Production status Current model
Warranty included yes
Breakdown cover yes
Stupid money for a car that u will freezin in with our weather, so yip this deal is freezin cold.....
rolandjustchillin5 m ago

Stupid money for a car that u will freezin in with our weather, so yip …Stupid money for a car that u will freezin in with our weather, so yip this deal is freezin cold.....


The only time we have the roof up on our convertible is when it is raining. It has better heating than our solid roof car. It is used every day
Not sure why this is so cold, pretty expensive car in the first place! Maybe not for everyone but not a bad deal imo
Cold from me. The A5 cabriolet on here a few days ago was a good deal. Roughly the same list price but for 24months £6186
What’s the first year road tax will be?
Was going to vote this cold, especially as it was only 18 months.

but a quick shuffty on a used car website and a used 66 plate one of these with under 13,000 miles on it for £25k from a dealer?
I know you're not gonna pay list, but the list on this is £45k

so, if it was something I was looking for, personally, I'd look at renting one for £7700ish for 18 months instead of losing upwards of twice that, assuming the mileage and extras worked for me
rambits1 m ago

What’s the first year road tax will be?


Road tax should be included for the term of the lease
Mercedes are substandard cars these days poorly made and need a lot of software updates.

My 2016 model has been the worst car I have ever had to date from electric issues, re-wiring to new alarm sirens (yes it’s had 3) to constant breakdowns from “collision control’ warnings or “refuel immediately” even with full tank of petrol? restart the car and it returns to normal or at least until the next time.

just my 2 pennies worth.....Jaguar next me thinks
Edited by: "Billythebubble" 15th Jan
diesel...yuk !
Should expect sub £400 at this time of year. Sorry, cold.
Billythebubble46 m ago

Mercedes are substandard cars these days poorly made and need a lot of …Mercedes are substandard cars these days poorly made and need a lot of software updates. My 2016 model has been the worst car I have ever had to date from electric issues, re-wiring to new alarm sirens (yes it’s had 3) to constant breakdowns from “collision control’ warnings or “refuel immediately” even with full tank of petrol? restart the car and it returns to normal or at least until the next time.just my 2 pennies worth.....Jaguar next me thinks


You've just been unlucky then. My last 2 cars have been new Mercs and been faultless. My old man has a new Jag and the build quality is a million miles short of Mercedes.
£7775.83 to borrow a car for 18 months then hand it back and have nothing to show for the £7775.83. Everyone's circumstances differ (that I agree) but it would be much better to purchase a car and use it for the same period and then sell the asset at the end of the period to recoup some of the money back (regardless of the value of the car in the first place). As for the 'it's a brand new car so it's reliable' brigade ... you can only do 7k per year in it!
Smadmad2 h, 47 m ago

Cold from me. The A5 cabriolet on here a few days ago was a good deal. …Cold from me. The A5 cabriolet on here a few days ago was a good deal. Roughly the same list price but for 24months £6186


Merc cabriolets are true 4 seater cabriolets, they have a thing called aircap that makes rear seat passengers ride more comfortable than most front seat passengers in other cabriolets. I’ve had a E220 cab and now have a C43 cabboth brilliant with the roof down.
rporteo12 m ago

Merc cabriolets are true 4 seater cabriolets, they have a thing called …Merc cabriolets are true 4 seater cabriolets, they have a thing called aircap that makes rear seat passengers ride more comfortable than most front seat passengers in other cabriolets. I’ve had a E220 cab and now have a C43 cabboth brilliant with the roof down.


I wasn't stating if one was better then the other. Merely Pointing out, although they roughly have the same retail price. The A5 is a lot cheaper to lease.
I'm not a fan of mercs personally always been into BMW. Have a convertible M4 that comfortably seats 4 adults. Cabriolets have come a long way with rear leg room
Smadmad9 h, 15 m ago

I wasn't stating if one was better then the other. Merely Pointing out, …I wasn't stating if one was better then the other. Merely Pointing out, although they roughly have the same retail price. The A5 is a lot cheaper to lease.I'm not a fan of mercs personally always been into BMW. Have a convertible M4 that comfortably seats 4 adults. Cabriolets have come a long way with rear leg room


I don’t mean the legroom, it’s the comfort for rear passengers with Merc having the aircap. There’s very little buffering when driving with the roof down.
Banned
When I see the monthly outlay for a brand new lease car I always think - MUGGERY! For the monthly lease of the car, I could buy myself a nice Corsa or Saxo every month that would run for ever.
Nice car fair price had an E250 cab for last 4 years. Looked great but a rattley Diesel engine which was a fair few decibels louder than the equivalent bmw diesels. Same engine continued over into these so would recommend u try before u buy and don’t get smitten with the looks. The noise just takes the edge off the otherwise classy looking car
andyb8320 h, 58 m ago

You've just been unlucky then. My last 2 cars have been new Mercs and been …You've just been unlucky then. My last 2 cars have been new Mercs and been faultless. My old man has a new Jag and the build quality is a million miles short of Mercedes.


Probably right, although to back up my case we have 6 Mercs all with similar software issues, mine is the runt of the litter.
he oldest one has other issues with satnav.
pbilkhu20 h, 16 m ago

£7775.83 to borrow a car for 18 months then hand it back and have nothing …£7775.83 to borrow a car for 18 months then hand it back and have nothing to show for the £7775.83. Everyone's circumstances differ (that I agree) but it would be much better to purchase a car and use it for the same period and then sell the asset at the end of the period to recoup some of the money back (regardless of the value of the car in the first place). As for the 'it's a brand new car so it's reliable' brigade ... you can only do 7k per year in it!


But if you bought the same car and sold it you'd recoup nothing, intact you'd have even less to show for it!
jonohanson1 h, 25 m ago

But if you bought the same car and sold it you'd recoup nothing, intact …But if you bought the same car and sold it you'd recoup nothing, intact you'd have even less to show for it!


Of course you would. Let's say for arguments sake you bought this car for £40k and sold it 18 months later for £38k, you'd only lose £2k as apposed to this 'deal' of losing £7775.83 for the same car over the same period. Clearly they're not exact figures but won't be far off. But it's also another reason why buying new is almost as daft as leasing. But hey ho, it's just my humble opinion, each to their own!
Billythebubble15 h, 25 m ago

Probably right, although to back up my case we have 6 Mercs all with …Probably right, although to back up my case we have 6 Mercs all with similar software issues, mine is the runt of the litter.he oldest one has other issues with satnav.


Prob not so unlucky as a good google search will reveal numerous quality issues
My merc cab has only just gone back after 4 years from new. In 4 years had new complete roof new air cap system new injectors x 2 numerous electrical failures. Parking sensors going off when nothing is there. Also been in 4 times as dash/trim constantly rattling/creaking or vibrating. Also the engine would not stop even after key removed. Not the quality I was expecting from my first merc after stumping up a fair wedge. Albeit the very last model. Got a bmw diesel now and absolute quality.
iBuyWhatIWant16th Jan

When I see the monthly outlay for a brand new lease car I always think - …When I see the monthly outlay for a brand new lease car I always think - MUGGERY! For the monthly lease of the car, I could buy myself a nice Corsa or Saxo every month that would run for ever.


Saxo’s were so 90’s lo
pbilkhu23 h, 43 m ago

Of course you would. Let's say for arguments sake you bought this car for …Of course you would. Let's say for arguments sake you bought this car for £40k and sold it 18 months later for £38k, you'd only lose £2k as apposed to this 'deal' of losing £7775.83 for the same car over the same period. Clearly they're not exact figures but won't be far off. But it's also another reason why buying new is almost as daft as leasing. But hey ho, it's just my humble opinion, each to their own!


See above the post from defgimp. Over 1/2 years the car goes from being worth £45k to £25k. So when you resell you lose £20k not £2k.
defgimp15th Jan

Was going to vote this cold, especially as it was only 18 months.but a …Was going to vote this cold, especially as it was only 18 months.but a quick shuffty on a used car website and a used 66 plate one of these with under 13,000 miles on it for £25k from a dealer?I know you're not gonna pay list, but the list on this is £45k so, if it was something I was looking for, personally, I'd look at renting one for £7700ish for 18 months instead of losing upwards of twice that, assuming the mileage and extras worked for me


Could you post the link for the one at £25k?! I've been searching high and low daily and the cheapest one I can find one for is £36,700. Also this car was only launched in 2017, so I think you have been looking at the previous shape / model! A link would be useful just to confirm, thanks.
endothecat14 m ago

See above the post from defgimp. Over 1/2 years the car goes from being …See above the post from defgimp. Over 1/2 years the car goes from being worth £45k to £25k. So when you resell you lose £20k not £2k.


As per my response to defgimp, the car was launched in 2017 so it's safe to assume that he / she is looking at the previous model and not the current model. I've been searching for the new shape daily and the cheapest I can find one for is £36,700. No car would reduce that drastically within such a short period, after 3 years all vehicles lose around half their original value yes but not within months like what's stated. Thanks.
pbilkhu16th Jan

Of course you would. Let's say for arguments sake you bought this car for …Of course you would. Let's say for arguments sake you bought this car for £40k and sold it 18 months later for £38k, you'd only lose £2k as apposed to this 'deal' of losing £7775.83 for the same car over the same period. Clearly they're not exact figures but won't be far off. But it's also another reason why buying new is almost as daft as leasing. But hey ho, it's just my humble opinion, each to their own!


But on a car like this you will lose way more than 2k, and more likely more than the lease costs. You also have the faf of selling private, or losing on a trade in. Lease is easier and cheaper if you pick the right lease.
Gotta agree, had e220 and now e350d both have so many eletrocal problems , rattles and powerless engine after new co2 update. Going to audi next..
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