Personal lease: Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Lease deal - £1907.65 Deposit & £280.74 per month (Total = £8645.41) @ allvehiclecontracts
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Personal lease: Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Lease deal - £1907.65 Deposit & £280.74 per month (Total = £8645.41) @ allvehiclecontracts

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Found 11th Nov 2015
Seems like a good lease deal for this car.

Land Rover Range Rover Evoque : 2.0 Ed4 150ps Se 5dr 2wd 6Mt 16Mdy

£284.78 with £1908 initial payment for 24 months.
8k Miles per year.

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Would be good if free insurance but I'm 2k a year insurance for these type of cars lol
antos

Would be good if free insurance but I'm 2k a year insurance for these … Would be good if free insurance but I'm 2k a year insurance for these type of cars lol



Couldn't have put it better
Hi. I've just noticed a better offer if your interested. 10k miles and lower initial payment::

http://www.fleetprices.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/land-rover/range-rover-evoque-4x4/range-rover-evoque-diesel-hatchback-20-ed4-se-5dr-2wd-50297687.

I've got a car from these at the minute and had no issues.
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Almost all of these deals will allow you to simply reduce or do away with the up front payment in return for a higher monthly rental of you prefer. The finance cost of that is also very very small in all the quotes I had, so could never see the point in paying anything up front.
Terrible, terrible cars.
and how much is road tax?
wixster

Terrible, terrible cars.


Are they? I thought the reviews were pretty good?

They're not to my taste, but I can see why they're popular.
bojangles

and how much is road tax?



£130 per year according to the sites that come back when I ask Google.
Road tax is normally included for the duration of the lease.
You people bringing up the concept of free insurance aren't the brightest are you?
bojangles

and how much is road tax?



Free - it's a lease
Are these the ones that come with the free spray tan and a lobotomy?
rdwarr

£130 per year according to the sites that come back when I ask Google.



Parkers Guide reckons VED Band C, which is £30.
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antos

Would be good if free insurance but I'm 2k a year insurance for these … Would be good if free insurance but I'm 2k a year insurance for these type of cars lol




Err. Mine was no more than £700
wixster

Terrible, terrible cars.


oO
wixster

Terrible, terrible cars.


Why? - such a refreshing change from the typical German euro box, I'm not a 4x4 person but would have this in a beat, but need the extra seats in the Discovery Sport.....now someone please find a deal on one of those that amounts to more than £400 off the £45k list price!
you could buy a dacia stepway almost outright brand new for this type of money.. oh the price of modesty!!
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Lyrrad

Not too sure about this




I am not too sure about it being 2 wheel drive..... Can't see the point...
Bear in mind that it's the Ed4 engine, so front-wheel drive only. I personally wouldn't want to drive a land rover without an all wheel drive, but I have to admit the price is pretty good.
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bilo999

Why? - such a refreshing change from the typical German euro box, I'm not … Why? - such a refreshing change from the typical German euro box, I'm not a 4x4 person but would have this in a beat, but need the extra seats in the Discovery Sport.....now someone please find a deal on one of those that amounts to more than £400 off the £45k list price!



This isn't a 4 x 4........... Its 2 wheel drive.
why would I want one of these as I don't live in the country or sell drugs!
adaily

why would I want one of these as I don't live in the country or sell … why would I want one of these as I don't live in the country or sell drugs!


It's as big as a Fiesta or a Golf....just a bit taller and more bulky....so I don't see why you would need to live in the country to drive one. And this car is worth 30k....you'd think drug dealers drive more expensive cars than this :P

Edited by: "gambiting" 11th Nov 2015
clsss

you could buy a dacia stepway almost outright brand new for this type of … you could buy a dacia stepway almost outright brand new for this type of money.. oh the price of modesty!!


But then you're stuck with a badly built Renault named after a disability scooter (and about as quick and comfortable).
We have the SD4 - approx. £40k - and its now 4 years old. Parkers private sale price is approx. £25k - so 37.5% depreciation in 4 years is very good retention values. They are not being discounted, and still in high demand, hence good retention.

The lease is on the ED4 - which start at about £29k. Nearly £9k lease over 2 years doesn't sound very good to me. I would imagine it would lose to more than 20%-25% value in this time going by current retention - so about £6k-£7k. With the mileage limits thrown in - better off purchasing one imo.

As for remarks about it not being a good car - ours has been superb in four years of ownership. Only issue has been rear-diff. Real world MPG is no where near what is claimed though - more like mid 30s on SD4 vs claimed 50 average.
bilo999

Why? - such a refreshing change from the typical German euro box, I'm not … Why? - such a refreshing change from the typical German euro box, I'm not a 4x4 person but would have this in a beat, but need the extra seats in the Discovery Sport.....now someone please find a deal on one of those that amounts to more than £400 off the £45k list price!



You should be able to negotiate at least 5% off the list price of one these quite easily - if you've only managed £400 you're not trying hard enough.
If you don't like negotiating try getting a quote from someone like drivethedeal to make life a little easier.
wixster

Terrible, terrible cars.



Tell us more. Do you have one?
Pricy147

Only issue has been rear-diff.



That won't be a problem on this 2WD model.
Pricy147

We have the SD4 - approx. £40k - and its now 4 years old. Parkers … We have the SD4 - approx. £40k - and its now 4 years old. Parkers private sale price is approx. £25k - so 37.5% depreciation in 4 years is very good retention values. They are not being discounted, and still in high demand, hence good retention.The lease is on the ED4 - which start at about £29k. Nearly £9k lease over 2 years doesn't sound very good to me. I would imagine it would lose to more than 20%-25% value in this time going by current retention - so about £6k-£7k. With the mileage limits thrown in - better off purchasing one imo.As for remarks about it not being a good car - ours has been superb in four years of ownership. Only issue has been rear-diff. Real world MPG is no where near what is claimed though - more like mid 30s on SD4 vs claimed 50 average.



We looked at 3y old ones and surprised how they held there value, so a bit of a no brainer. Bought a new eD4 for only around £3k more, got the better engine/lower 2y maintenance and £30 tax. Supposed to be quite capable 2WD even off road (according to 5th gear) so should cope with puddles on the school run.

Downside is mpg is really ****, avg 40mph gets around 40mpg on mainly short 5-10 mile runs. Longer 70mile trip avg 66mph motorway run still only got us 50mpg.

At least it's not an Audi.
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ollie87

That won't be a problem on this 2WD model.




Glad someone spotted that.

The guy hasnt even got the same car!
Q:What's the difference between a Hedgehog and a Range Rover?

A: A Range Rover has all the pr*cks on the inside.

I'd still buy one anyway hehe
Lyrrad

Not too sure about … Not too sure about this[img]http://images.cdn.autocar.co.uk/sites/autocar.co.uk/files/styles/gallery_slide/public/images/car-reviews/first-drives/legacy/evoque-cab-2015-0216.jpg?itok=l1vazQAn[/img]



That is truly horrible, I'd consider getting a Nissan Juke or Citroen Cactus before I went anywhere near that. The car in this deal in white with a proper roof is a nice looking car and very nice inside.
Hairdresser's car, end of.

p.s. real exotica - built by Scousers!
Edited by: "ezzer72" 11th Nov 2015
marathonic

Free - it's a lease


Not really free.
Edited by: "genk" 11th Nov 2015
fishmaster

That is truly horrible, I'd consider getting a Nissan Juke or Citroen … That is truly horrible, I'd consider getting a Nissan Juke or Citroen Cactus before I went anywhere near that. The car in this deal in white with a proper roof is a nice looking car and very nice inside.


Really? A Cactus? The car that is literally so cheaply built having plastic everywhere on the inside wasn't enough so they had to put plastic on the outside as well? And probably the only production car in 2015 that doesn't have proper windows in the back, only a little flap, just like a van from 2001.
gambiting

Really? A Cactus? The car that is literally so cheaply built having … Really? A Cactus? The car that is literally so cheaply built having plastic everywhere on the inside wasn't enough so they had to put plastic on the outside as well? And probably the only production car in 2015 that doesn't have proper windows in the back, only a little flap, just like a van from 2001.



Not really as in reality. I was referring to the hideous orange thing in that picture and how ugly it is and that's why I mentioned I'd rather have one of those two other hideous cars rather than that roofless orange turd.
gambiting

Really? A Cactus? The car that is literally so cheaply built having … Really? A Cactus? The car that is literally so cheaply built having plastic everywhere on the inside wasn't enough so they had to put plastic on the outside as well? And probably the only production car in 2015 that doesn't have proper windows in the back, only a little flap, just like a van from 2001.



Stops my kids from shoving their arms out the windows or f**king about with the electric windows so I see it as a plus. Yes its plastic, but its only £17k, you don't expect lexus LS quality
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 11th Nov 2015
We looked at this or Qashqai and went for the Qashqai in the end. Great car.

What Car?
antos

Would be good if free insurance but I'm 2k a year insurance for these … Would be good if free insurance but I'm 2k a year insurance for these type of cars lol



If your insurance is £2K a year for this car, it's because they see you as a higher risk, that could be because of your age or previous convictions if you have any. You don't have to drive this car though so you don't have to pay £2K. The insurance for me on this car is around £400 because I'm 45 and haven't got any recent motoring offences, and I own two cars, so have two insurance policies and a clean driving licence. It's all relative.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 11th Nov 2015
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