New Mercedes Benz A Class A180 CDI Sport Auto. Personal lease. 10k. 24m from £257pm. £199 + vat admin fee.
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New Mercedes Benz A Class A180 CDI Sport Auto. Personal lease. 10k. 24m from £257pm. £199 + vat admin fee.

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Found 10th Jun 2014
** NEW MAY DEAL ** Metallic Paint, 17" Alloys, Hill Start Assist, Cloth/Artico Leather Upholstery, Bluetooth interface Etc ** Limited Stock Available £199+ Vat processing fee applicable - Road fund license included for the term - Cosmos Black Vehicles Only

10k miles. 24 months. Initial £2258 or just pay £942 for £314 pm.

Personal so VAT included. In stock. 2 week lead.

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It's a big initial payment and the amg model would be better but £250ish for a Cdi sport auto is good have some heat for the deal

You'd get a better monthly payment buying on of those on a PCP from Mercedes, prob have to put less or similar in as a deposit too
At least have some more options at the end of term

Here is an example on a 3 year manual includes 3 years free servicing

Ive no doubt you could negotiate an auto on similar terms or less in store as they want /need to hit monthly targets
Servicing inc is a good saving too

http://s28.postimg.org/v4fet39l9/IMG_20140611_065431.jpg
Edited by: "mrwhitelabel" 11th Jun 2014

When i rented they didnt have the car I ordered in stock so got a free upgrade to an a class - really fun to rag about but awful visability out the back.

It's a good that the car will cost less than the likely total depreciation (predicted residuals crash starting 2 years from now) so buying outright at the moment is very risky. I'm not very impressed by the deposit burn that will happen with this. However, on balance it's a hot deal.

androoski

It's a good that the car will cost less than the likely total … It's a good that the car will cost less than the likely total depreciation (predicted residuals crash starting 2 years from now) so buying outright at the moment is very risky. I'm not very impressed by the deposit burn that will happen with this. However, on balance it's a hot deal.



I think the use of 'crash' is dramatic. Used car values have steadily grown since 2003 (save for a few small drops, which recovered quickly), due to less used cars being sold. The only way the residual value of used cars could drop significantly would be if more new cars were purchased.

There are great deals to be had on purchasing outright and leasing all round at the moment. Hence why we'll probably see more of these types of deal.

As has been posted in many of the threads on here these cars are pretty good value at these prices rather then buying.

They have many flaws but if you can put that a side you get a nice little Renault powered car with decent experience if your sitting up front and don't mind to much for the judders and jolts sent back to cabin.

Is it Renault powered

i prefer the saloon
shame no offer on that

tbtower

I think the use of 'crash' is dramatic. Used car values have steadily … I think the use of 'crash' is dramatic. Used car values have steadily grown since 2003 (save for a few small drops, which recovered quickly), due to less used cars being sold. The only way the residual value of used cars could drop significantly would be if more new cars were purchased.l.



Because dealers are pushing PCP deals so hard at the moment, people are burning deposits. Loads of new cars on the road, loads of PCP finance which is being virtually mis-sold, result is mass hand-backs at the end of those deals. Used car market flooded with 2/3 year old cars.

I've been trying to purchase a car recently, but given up because dealers are not willing to do a good deal, they know that after I walk out somebody else with come along and sign up a PCP. It's too easy for them. There time will come though, and I'll be ready.


Edited by: "androoski" 11th Jun 2014

royals

Is it Renault powered



Yes 1.5 litre engine 109BHP, its a turbo lag special! On a side note, Daimler own Mercedes Benz and are share holders in Renault and a number of other companies.

Edited by: "groenleader" 11th Jun 2014

androoski

Because dealers are pushing PCP deals so hard at the moment, people are … Because dealers are pushing PCP deals so hard at the moment, people are burning deposits. Loads of new cars on the road, loads of PCP finance which is being virtually mis-sold, result is mass hand-backs at the end of those deals. Used car market flooded with 2/3 year old cars. I've been trying to purchase a car recently, but given up because dealers are not willing to do a good deal, they know that after I walk out somebody else with come along and sign up a PCP. It's too easy for them. There time will come though, and I'll be ready.



Hehe, the market always changes so if you really want to buy then do hold on! With regard this car, its not really all that good at RRP and peoples would rather buy the A3 or the 1 series. Both different, both appealing to different people while the A class is really not that competitive at either.

However, at the discounts for rental, I know this can/could be had for £149 + VAT month its probably a good car for that kinda rental. Esp. as similar Astra will rent for around the same cost.

Groenleader - could you share some rental links where those sorts of figures might be possible now or in the future? Want one of these but they are expensive for what they are at the moment

1.5 renault engine no thanks

Method45

Groenleader - could you share some rental links where those sorts of … Groenleader - could you share some rental links where those sorts of figures might be possible now or in the future? Want one of these but they are expensive for what they are at the moment



At the end of the months the prices tend to drop and as the leasing companies (many appear on comparison websites or spam fleet managers all day) as they compete to get as many deals done as possible.

Right now futurevehicleleasing.co.uk/car…tml are saying they have SE variants £159+VAT probably for 9K PA miles. Bet they wont deliver to the end of month! These lease deals can be negotiated so its well worth having haggle!

Personally I reckon a sweet deal right now if you want a hatch like car for the family with decent kit is on the Hyundai X35 1.7 CRDi Nav SE 2 WD personal contract £187.99 (inc vat not managed by business rules which can wavier some of your consumer rights)
cars2vans.com/con…cfm

Original Poster

MaZSuPeR

1.5 renault engine no thanks



Yeah. Those race proven F1 engines... what do they know eh?!

Clown.

Original Poster

groenleader

At the end of the months the prices tend to drop and as the leasing … At the end of the months the prices tend to drop and as the leasing companies (many appear on comparison websites or spam fleet managers all day) as they compete to get as many deals done as possible. Right now http://www.futurevehicleleasing.co.uk/car-leasing-contract-hire/mercedes-benz.html are saying they have SE variants £159+VAT probably for 9K PA miles. Bet they wont deliver to the end of month! These lease deals can be negotiated so its well worth having haggle!Personally I reckon a sweet deal right now if you want a hatch like car for the family with decent kit is on the Hyundai X35 1.7 CRDi Nav SE 2 WD personal contract £187.99 (inc vat not managed by business rules which can wavier some of your consumer rights)http://www.cars2vans.com/contract-hire/deals/hyundai-ix35-diesel-estate-19706.cfm



You didn't say that... You said "I know this could be had for £149"... now you're quoting a Hyundai....?? Quote your remark as asked.

slo_moshun

You didn't say that... You said "I know this could be had for £149"... … You didn't say that... You said "I know this could be had for £149"... now you're quoting a Hyundai....?? Quote your remark as asked.



Wow steady on! I said "can/could be had" and then justified that in the last post I made by saying wait til the end of the month. Last month they were out there for £149 +VAT.

People were beating on the Renault engines so I offered an alternative family van at a decent price. Nothing personal against you or your deal!

Groenleader that's really helpful, thanks - £159 plus VAT for an SE is still good value, will keep an eye towards the end of the month to see if deals change - I'm always up for a haggle!

If you have any other links, for lease price comparison for example would be greatly appreciated. I'm new to leasing but have been considering it for a while now..

Thanks again

slo_moshun

Yeah. Those race proven F1 engines... what do they know eh?!Clown.



a Lot more than you

Original Poster

MaZSuPeR

a Lot more than you



?? Is that it? A lot more than you... Think I've just heard the bell for playtime.

slo_moshun

Yeah. Those race proven F1 engines... what do they know eh?!Clown.



F1 cars using 1.5td must have missed that epic mpg era

Original Poster

ashleylangford503

F1 cars using 1.5td must have missed that epic mpg era



Yawn.

I have purchased one and haggled got low deposit and got sat nav,heated seats,rear view camera,free 3 year service,paint protection and metallic silver as extras. Well worth haggling and not giving into them.
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