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Porsche Taycan 420kW 4S 93kWh 4dr Auto 2 years 8,000 miles pa. £7,343.89, 23 months at £815.99 and admin fee of £180 Central Vehicle Leasing
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Porsche Taycan 420kW 4S 93kWh 4dr Auto 2 years 8,000 miles pa. £7,343.89, 23 months at £815.99 and admin fee of £180 Central Vehicle Leasing

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Posted 26th Feb

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This is not a deal for everyone but seems as very good deal for that car!

2 years deal with 8,000 miles pa. £7,343.89 initial payment, 23 months at £815.99 and admin fee of £180.

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Entertainment
2 USB-C connectivity and charge ports in the centre console storage compartment
Digital radio
2 USB-C charge ports in rear

Driver Convenience
Centre console with direct touch control includes climate settings, opening and closing charge port doors, battery level indicator, handwriting panel
Porsche recuperation management
Tailagte button
Automaic tailgate

Security
Engine immobiliser with remote central locking and alarm system with radar based interior surveillance
Keyless drive
Porsche vehicle tracking system (PVTS Plus)

Seats
60:40 rear seats with 2 seats in single seat look with fold out center armrest and split folding backrests
ISOFIX child seats mounting system on outer rear seats
Integrated front headrests

Exterior Body Features

Fully galvanised steel/aluminium hybrid lightweight bodyshell
Air curtain upper valance with vertical air intakes
Silver model designation on tailgate
Aluminium bonnet with tailgate door, side sections and front wings
Full surface aerodynamic underbody panelling
Auto deploying door handles
Pedal pad edges in stainless steel
Bumper system with high strength cross members and two deformation elements + Two threaded fixture point for towing eye contained in onboard tool kit
Lower valance in black
Porsche active aerodynamics (PAA) with active air intake flaps and adaptive rear spoiler
Aluminium roof contoured design with dynamic recess profile
Integrated side impact protection in doors
Rear diffuser in louvered design in black


Performance

Engine Power - KW
420

0 to 62 mph (secs)
4

Engine Torque - MKG
66.3

Engine Torque - NM
650

Engine Power - BHP
571

Engine Torque - LBS.FT
479

Engine Power - PS

Top Speed
155

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There seems to be a discussion on whether you can personally afford the car and the assumption that if you can afford it, why are you even on HUKD.
Each person's perception of affordable etc is not the same.
The vote is on whether it's a good deal, irrespective of whether you can afford, want or like the product.

I don't need another car. But voted hot based on deal.
On a side note (not a brag, just context). I am fortunate enough to be 35 years old, with around 5 years left to pay on my mortgage and a good income. I've found my current two cars on this site. I can afford it, but don't need it. Doesn't stop it being a reasonable deal.
Edited by: "jittychauhan" 26th Feb
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 13:01

You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage …You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage level payments. Yes, the deal is not for everyone, but if you have that much money to spare a month to pay for a Porsche, you wouldnt be on hotuk, imho.


Definitely not necessarily true. Consider the situation of somebody who has finished paying their mortgage, is in full time employment - perhaps owns a second property also generating income.

Maybe they decide that they would like a car like this for a year or two and can afford the £800 per month in lieu of their previous mortgage payments.

They would still need to pay council tax, bills, food etc. The only variable that has changed is their previous mortgage payments are now converted into car payments. Now consider yourself in that position.

Would you not still use HUKD? I would!
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 13:06

How is paying £800+ a month a good deal?And also, sorry my bad, paying …How is paying £800+ a month a good deal?And also, sorry my bad, paying almost 8 grand upfront?


You are asking wrong question. Here you have a deal for 800 for a car that elsewhere is offered for more than 1,000. This is why I think it is good deal.
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Do they do it with a tow bar?
I knew i'd find something to spend that 27k in my back pocket
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And there has already been reports of one of these going up in smoke already!
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 12:45

I knew i'd find something to spend that 27k in my back pocket


I don't have spare £27k but I just know it is very good deal for a car costing around £100k new. Even more for the car that isn't even available.
r7926/02/2020 12:58

I don't have spare £27k but I just know it is very good deal for a car …I don't have spare £27k but I just know it is very good deal for a car costing around £100k new. Even more for the car that isn't even available.


You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage level payments. Yes, the deal is not for everyone, but if you have that much money to spare a month to pay for a Porsche, you wouldnt be on hotuk, imho.
As I said, I couldn't afford that car. I was not even looking at that car but just by looking at other deal I saw it and knew it is a good deal for that car. That's it. That's why I put it hear. It shouldn't be voted cold only because most of us can't afford it.....
r7926/02/2020 13:04

As I said, I couldn't afford that car. I was not even looking at that car …As I said, I couldn't afford that car. I was not even looking at that car but just by looking at other deal I saw it and knew it is a good deal for that car. That's it. That's why I put it hear. It shouldn't be voted cold only because most of us can't afford it.....


How is paying £800+ a month a good deal?

And also, sorry my bad, paying almost 8 grand upfront?
Edited by: "Beetlejuicebj" 26th Feb
£800 a month is nothing for some, I think it’s a fairly good deal based on the depreciating asset.
BainzyA26/02/2020 13:08

£800 a month is nothing for some, I think it’s a fairly good deal based on …£800 a month is nothing for some, I think it’s a fairly good deal based on the depreciating asset.


Yes, it very well is nothing for some, but like i said, if you got that kind of money, i don't think you'd be spending your time here
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 13:06

How is paying £800+ a month a good deal?And also, sorry my bad, paying …How is paying £800+ a month a good deal?And also, sorry my bad, paying almost 8 grand upfront?


You are asking wrong question. Here you have a deal for 800 for a car that elsewhere is offered for more than 1,000. This is why I think it is good deal.
Advert by the op. Yawn
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 13:01

You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage …You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage level payments. Yes, the deal is not for everyone, but if you have that much money to spare a month to pay for a Porsche, you wouldnt be on hotuk, imho.


Definitely not necessarily true. Consider the situation of somebody who has finished paying their mortgage, is in full time employment - perhaps owns a second property also generating income.

Maybe they decide that they would like a car like this for a year or two and can afford the £800 per month in lieu of their previous mortgage payments.

They would still need to pay council tax, bills, food etc. The only variable that has changed is their previous mortgage payments are now converted into car payments. Now consider yourself in that position.

Would you not still use HUKD? I would!
£180 admin fee is nothing for the person buying this, but for those of you buying used cars from motorpoint, Arnold Clark etc, never pay the admin fee. You don't have too, and the company won't lose out on a deal over £70 - £200 bogus admin fee.
DeafCassette26/02/2020 13:14

Definitely not necessarily true. Consider the situation of somebody who …Definitely not necessarily true. Consider the situation of somebody who has finished paying their mortgage, is in full time employment - perhaps owns a second property also generating income. Maybe they decide that they would like a car like this for a year or two and can afford the £800 per month in lieu of their previous mortgage payments. They would still need to pay council tax, bills, food etc. The only variable that has changed is their previous mortgage payments are now converted into car payments. Now consider yourself in that position. Would you not still use HUKD? I would!


Even in that situation no, i wouldnt, id spend time with the family, take them on vacations, go travelling, buy gifts for the grand kids , etc etc. Id spend my time with them not on some app that saves me 2£ on toilet paper. And i would certainly not pay 8k upfront and then pay 800£ a month for a car.
Given how cold my iPhone Pro Max deal got (even though on paper nobody has beaten it yet) I am going to give you heat.

You gonna need it.
It was probably my first time on this website for good 4-5 months. Just though I have seen good deal (only know it is good as my friend is looking to buy this car) and posted it. I see that most voters don't consider relative strength of the deal but rather vote cold simply because they don't like spending that amount of money. It is irrelevant here....
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 13:22

Even in that situation no, i wouldnt, id spend time with the family, take …Even in that situation no, i wouldnt, id spend time with the family, take them on vacations, go travelling, buy gifts for the grand kids , etc etc. Id spend my time with them not on some app that saves me 2£ on toilet paper. And i would certainly not pay 8k upfront and then pay 800£ a month for a car.


And also save you maybe £10k on travelling and gifts while saving £2 on toilet paper
Way too much pal!
Heat from me.Never in a million years could I afford it.But if you can so be it No point people posting on this deal to cry about how expensive it is.
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 13:09

Yes, it very well is nothing for some, but like i said, if you got that …Yes, it very well is nothing for some, but like i said, if you got that kind of money, i don't think you'd be spending your time here


Regardless on my earnings I’ll always spend time here, ive had many a good deal and glitch 👏
BainzyA26/02/2020 13:37

Regardless on my earnings I’ll always spend time here, ive had many a good …Regardless on my earnings I’ll always spend time here, ive had many a good deal and glitch 👏


Yeah, it’s great here, I’ve bought loads and loads of stuff but that’s only because I like bargains, and everyone here likes a good deal, but this just isn’t it.
There seems to be a discussion on whether you can personally afford the car and the assumption that if you can afford it, why are you even on HUKD.
Each person's perception of affordable etc is not the same.
The vote is on whether it's a good deal, irrespective of whether you can afford, want or like the product.

I don't need another car. But voted hot based on deal.
On a side note (not a brag, just context). I am fortunate enough to be 35 years old, with around 5 years left to pay on my mortgage and a good income. I've found my current two cars on this site. I can afford it, but don't need it. Doesn't stop it being a reasonable deal.
Edited by: "jittychauhan" 26th Feb
jittychauhan26/02/2020 13:47

There seems to be a discussion on whether you can personally afford the …There seems to be a discussion on whether you can personally afford the car and the assumption that if you can afford it, why are you even on HUKD. Each person's perception of affordable etc is not the same. The vote is on whether it's a good deal, irrespective of whether you can afford, want or like the product.I don't need another car. But voted hot based on deal. On a side note (not a brag, just context). I am fortunate enough to be 35 years old, with around 5 years left to pay on my mortgage and a good income. I've found my current two cars on this site. I can afford it, but don't need it. Doesn't stop it being a reasonable deal.


Exactly
Il skip this 1!
Would have ordered but I'm not allowed to run the charging cable across the pavement from my 2 bed terrace house
Edited by: "extraj" 26th Feb
r7926/02/2020 13:26

It was probably my first time on this website for good 4-5 months. Just …It was probably my first time on this website for good 4-5 months. Just though I have seen good deal (only know it is good as my friend is looking to buy this car) and posted it. I see that most voters don't consider relative strength of the deal but rather vote cold simply because they don't like spending that amount of money. It is irrelevant here....


To me its simple, is this cheaper than elsewhere?? Job done, thanks for posting, too many jealous so and so's on here who vote on THEIR affordability
Timschoice26/02/2020 14:10

To me its simple, is this cheaper than elsewhere?? Job done, thanks for …To me its simple, is this cheaper than elsewhere?? Job done, thanks for posting, too many jealous so and so's on here who vote on THEIR affordability


Jealous so and so’s :)) that made lol
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 13:01

You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage …You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage level payments. Yes, the deal is not for everyone, but if you have that much money to spare a month to pay for a Porsche, you wouldnt be on hotuk, imho.


Well...I have myself a Tesla model S and X (my partners) and I am still on here!!!

having that much money (not bragging) doesn't mean we don't look out for good deals!!!

and one thing having 'that much money' but another is how we spend it :P

Even the millionaires/billionaires looks for good deals!!
I look for car lease deals online for the occasional good deal.

This is £26.3k over 2 years against an £88k car showing at 29.9% of the car's value over 2 years when using 8k miles.

This makes it an ok deal. Good deals are around 25%, excellent deals between 15-20%
dealsyeahh26/02/2020 14:25

Well...I have myself a Tesla model S and X (my partners) and I am still on …Well...I have myself a Tesla model S and X (my partners) and I am still on here!!!having that much money (not bragging) doesn't mean we don't look out for good deals!!!and one thing having 'that much money' but another is how we spend it :PEven the millionaires/billionaires looks for good deals!!


Are you from Perthshire by any chance?
jittychauhan26/02/2020 13:47

There seems to be a discussion on whether you can personally afford the …There seems to be a discussion on whether you can personally afford the car and the assumption that if you can afford it, why are you even on HUKD. Each person's perception of affordable etc is not the same. The vote is on whether it's a good deal, irrespective of whether you can afford, want or like the product.I don't need another car. But voted hot based on deal. On a side note (not a brag, just context). I am fortunate enough to be 35 years old, with around 5 years left to pay on my mortgage and a good income. I've found my current two cars on this site. I can afford it, but don't need it. Doesn't stop it being a reasonable deal.


It is not that, and, I think everyone knows it. I earn around 14K a month (before tax) and I think this deal is stupid and uncessary.

HUKD has always been about saving money on technology, groceries and clothes etc. Over time it has become a place for posers to post photos of TAG watches etc and discuss 65K car deals.

You could "lawyer" it and say a "A dEaL iS a DeAl" but that is the letter of the law not the spirit of it.

Most people here are using the site to find bargains on everyday items and the occasional treat.

This deal is just thinly veiled attempt at showing off. There are a few categories which people know are not applicable to 99% of the users and for the 1% they would likely seek specialist advice.

At worst...it is a baiting tactic to use FOMO to encourage people to go into debt.

We see that a lot on the watch deals...the minute OMEGA watches are posted people are desperate to get the credit application in.

These posts are honeypots and I personally think it is not in the spirit of HUKD. But that is me. I don't run the site.

It is the difference betweeb someone finding cheap bread/lego/ps4/vodka and posting the deal. Everyone is "Oh I like bread/vodka/ps4/lego...I just might get that. Thanks!"

No one is logging into HUKD like "Damn, I hope another Porsche deal shows up today. I need a new one." It is such a big purchase, if you were getting it, you wouldn't be swayed by HUKD.
Edited by: "GambitZen" 26th Feb
Same price as full-time child care costs
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 13:01

You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage …You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage level payments. Yes, the deal is not for everyone, but if you have that much money to spare a month to pay for a Porsche, you wouldnt be on hotuk, imho.


People with a lot of money are usually tight with it so naturally if they want or need something they will look around for the best deal. That might lead them here even if they are not a regular user of hotukdeals.
Tesla Model S Superior in just about every way and is massively cheaper.

Traditional manufacturers have a long way to catch up!
lukeyboy6926/02/2020 14:38

People with a lot of money are usually tight with it so naturally if they …People with a lot of money are usually tight with it so naturally if they want or need something they will look around for the best deal. That might lead them here even if they are not a regular user of hotukdeals.


...and this deal is not a good lease deal % wise which has already been explained.
Beetlejuicebj26/02/2020 13:01

You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage …You realise we are talking about paying £800+ a month, this is mortgage level payments. Yes, the deal is not for everyone, but if you have that much money to spare a month to pay for a Porsche, you wouldnt be on hotuk, imho.


Wrong. This site is why I have 800 a month spare for a car
GambitZen26/02/2020 14:40

...and this deal is not a good lease deal % wise which has already been …...and this deal is not a good lease deal % wise which has already been explained.


I am not commenting, or voting on, the value of this "deal". Merely making the comment that people with a lot of money generally watch closely how they spend it and that might lead them here.
I wonder when the government is going to wake up to the reality that the UKs generating capacity is on a knife edge and there isn't sufficient spare for all the electric cars they are trying to foist on us because they've been fooled by the scam that electric is somehow cleaner.
Then you add into the mix that all new houses have to have electric central heating, and it's not going to be long before the lights go out !
GambitZen26/02/2020 14:34

It is not that, and, I think everyone knows it. I earn around 14K a month …It is not that, and, I think everyone knows it. I earn around 14K a month (before tax) and I think this deal is stupid and uncessary. HUKD has always been about saving money on technology, groceries and clothes etc. Over time it has become a place for posers to post photos of TAG watches etc and discuss 65K car deals. You could "lawyer" it and say a "A dEaL iS a DeAl" but that is the letter of the law not the spirit of it. Most people here are using the site to find bargains on everyday items and the occasional treat. This deal is just thinly veiled attempt at showing off. There are a few categories which people know are not applicable to 99% of the users and for the 1% they would likely seek specialist advice. At worst...it is a baiting tactic to use FOMO to encourage people to go into debt.We see that a lot on the watch deals...the minute OMEGA watches are posted people are desperate to get the credit application in. These posts are honeypots and I personally think it is not in the spirit of HUKD. But that is me. I don't run the site.It is the difference betweeb someone finding cheap bread/lego/ps4/vodka and posting the deal. Everyone is "Oh I like bread/vodka/ps4/lego...I just might get that. Thanks!"No one is logging into HUKD like "Damn, I hope another Porsche deal shows up today. I need a new one." It is such a big purchase, if you were getting it, you wouldn't be swayed by HUKD.

It is not showing off. I said I could not afford such car. It is good deal for the car, nothing more. But I can agree with you it might not necessary be typical deal for this website. I just put it here as I have seen similar in the past and I'm not really often here so might not be up to date with what happens here.....
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