Really Cheap Mercedes deal 10000 mileage - 24months - £238.80 incl VAT monthly rental - £2149.20 incl VAT initial rental £298.80 - £7940.40 @ Lease shop
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Really Cheap Mercedes deal 10000 mileage - 24months - £238.80 incl VAT monthly rental - £2149.20 incl VAT initial rental £298.80 - £7940.40 @ Lease shop

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Found 12th Sep
Just come across this Mercedes deal looks like a great offer for what car it is.

51 Comments

Can be purchased for £23600 so at a cost of £7940 unless it depreciates down to more than £15660 in 2 years its a better option....lots of other advantages/drawback on either option of course.
Edited by: "twinkle" 12th Sep

twinkle22 m ago

Can be purchased for £23600 so at a cost of £7940 unless it depreciates d …Can be purchased for £23600 so at a cost of £7940 unless it depreciates down to more than £15660 in 2 years its a better option....lots of other advantages/drawback on either option of course.


Also worth adding there's likely a fair bit of interest to be added on to 90% of peoples purchasing method if they were to buy. Not many with £24k cash lying around.

I cant understand how people pay this 8 grand for two years car not yours and only 10,000 miles a year !

Other deals look good on that page with no deposit deals

Although the admin fee isn`t shown until you delve it them

I can't understand why anybody would buy a diesel passenger car these days.

Hot cos it's not the usual VAG crap.

jhw34 m ago

I can't understand why anybody would buy a diesel passenger car these days.


Instead of......? Besides this is a lease so you are buying nothing.

ianjury2 h, 14 m ago

I cant understand how people pay this 8 grand for two years car not yours …I cant understand how people pay this 8 grand for two years car not yours and only 10,000 miles a year !

Because they want a new car and can afford to lose the money with no hassle old cars bring.

shapalando23 m ago

Because they want a new car and can afford to lose the money with no …Because they want a new car and can afford to lose the money with no hassle old cars bring.

Or is it because it makes them look posh driving a new car that they pay £300 a month for but honestly £8000 would buy a good second hand car that will be yours at the end of two years and you can do more than 10k a year

We had a woman in to have her husbands watch repaired today, she was driving a new Mercedes & had a fur coat etc etc. Anyway the watch was a fake Rolex he had to impress people. it's the same with these car deals which appear to be hired by people to impress others they have money but usually it turns out they in debt & unable to pay the rent. The things people do to impress others is quite sad really.

SixtyFive20 m ago

We had a woman in to have her husbands watch repaired today, she was …We had a woman in to have her husbands watch repaired today, she was driving a new Mercedes & had a fur coat etc etc. Anyway the watch was a fake Rolex he had to impress people. it's the same with these car deals which appear to be hired by people to impress others they have money but usually it turns out they in debt & unable to pay the rent. The things people do to impress others is quite sad really.



Yes, nearly everyone who leases a car like this can't afford the monthlies, obviously.

Get with the times Grandad. For this particular car, leasing is probably the cheapest way to drive one:-

1. Lease for £331 ave per month. If you have the cash to buy, leave it in the bank or invest it. Get £60pm back on your savings @ 3% - real comparative cost is £271pm ave.

2. Buy one for £23600 under heavy discount and see it worth about £14k after 3 years, but end up paying around £380pm over 36 months inc PCP interest.

3. Do option 2, but settle up in full with your £24k in the bank and see the car lose about £230 a month.

Option 3 is cheapest, but not by as much as you'd think.

monkeyhanger757 m ago

Yes, nearly everyone who leases a car like this can't afford the …Yes, nearly everyone who leases a car like this can't afford the monthlies, obviously. Get with the times Grandad. For this particular car, leasing is probably the cheapest way to drive one:-1. Lease for £331 ave per month. If you have the cash to buy, leave it in the bank or invest it. Get £60pm back on your savings @ 3% - real comparative cost is £271pm ave.2. Buy one for £23600 under heavy discount and see it worth about £14k after 3 years, but end up paying around £380pm over 36 months inc PCP interest.3. Do option 2, but settle up in full with your £24k in the bank and see the car lose about £230 a month. Option 3 is cheapest, but not by as much as you'd think.



Get with the times boy.
If you cannot afford to pay rent & put impressing your neighbours with a vehicle you cannot afford then walk or get the bus.

monkeyhanger751 h, 56 m ago

Yes, nearly everyone who leases a car like this can't afford the …Yes, nearly everyone who leases a car like this can't afford the monthlies, obviously. Get with the times Grandad. For this particular car, leasing is probably the cheapest way to drive one:-1. Lease for £331 ave per month. If you have the cash to buy, leave it in the bank or invest it. Get £60pm back on your savings @ 3% - real comparative cost is £271pm ave.2. Buy one for £23600 under heavy discount and see it worth about £14k after 3 years, but end up paying around £380pm over 36 months inc PCP interest.3. Do option 2, but settle up in full with your £24k in the bank and see the car lose about £230 a month. Option 3 is cheapest, but not by as much as you'd think.


Can you show me where I can get 3% on my £24k savings please? In fact, post it as a deal on here, it'll go red hot...

I can't see where people get the idea that if you're leasing a car then you obviously can't afford to buy it...? People rarely go out and just buy a brand new car these days no matter how much they earn. I've been stung by buying new before, spent £24k on an Audi which was only worth £15k after 18 months!
Yes, It's nice to have a new car on your drive but it also saves the faff of worrying about repairs, MOT and how much I'm going to lose in 2 years when I sell it!
Edited by: "almo" 13th Sep

Nothing really cheap about this deal whatsoever - same car available for £583.40 or £24.31/net/mth less for 8k miles. Add excess mileage fee at max. of 10ppm and it's still cheaper.

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ianjury13 h, 10 m ago

Or is it because it makes them look posh driving a new car that they pay …Or is it because it makes them look posh driving a new car that they pay £300 a month for but honestly £8000 would buy a good second hand car that will be yours at the end of two years and you can do more than 10k a year


Comparing a new car to a used car. Brilliant!

Rusty823 h, 38 m ago

Here we have a classic case of buffoonism.I won't bother trying to educate …Here we have a classic case of buffoonism.I won't bother trying to educate you, it'll only be a waste of both of our time.



Phew thank goodness you wont. I don't think my mind could take being educated by someone who would rather impress the neighbours with a posh car they will never own in a rented home they cant afford to pay the rent for
Something I said must have triggered you......Hows the car & when's the eviction?
Edited by: "SixtyFive" 13th Sep

SixtyFive9 m ago

Phew thank goodness you wont. I don't think my mind could take being …Phew thank goodness you wont. I don't think my mind could take being educated by someone who would rather impress the neighbours with a posh car they will never own in a rented home they cant afford to pay the rent for Something I said must have triggered you......Hows the car & when's the eviction?



Is it really that hard to conceive of people having a different opinion when it comes to their finances? I doubt anyone really cares about your financial advice, it is your tone most people will have issue with.

Debt and lots of it
is a wonderful thing
for short time you'll feel like a king....

cburns3 m ago

Debt and lots of itis a wonderful thingfor short time you'll feel like a …Debt and lots of itis a wonderful thingfor short time you'll feel like a king....


Lots of people can manage their finances all by themselves.

SixtyFive5 m ago

Oh dear it's another Troll looking to create a drama.Move on chap.



Looks like you have no real reply. That's ok that is what I thought.

CoeK41 m ago

Looks like you have no real reply. That's ok that is what I thought.



Off you toddle then like a good chap Bye.

SixtyFive4 h, 22 m ago

Phew thank goodness you wont. I don't think my mind could take being …Phew thank goodness you wont. I don't think my mind could take being educated by someone who would rather impress the neighbours with a posh car they will never own in a rented home they cant afford to pay the rent for Something I said must have triggered you......Hows the car & when's the eviction?


The car is great thanks for asking. Currently looking at my next one. A brand spanking new car on my nice bought and paid for driveway!

Rusty823 h, 29 m ago

The car is great thanks for asking. Currently looking at my next one. A …The car is great thanks for asking. Currently looking at my next one. A brand spanking new car on my nice bought and paid for driveway!



You still here?

Rusty823 h, 59 m ago

The car is great thanks for asking. Currently looking at my next one. A …The car is great thanks for asking. Currently looking at my next one. A brand spanking new car on my nice bought and paid for driveway!

Best to ignore. Some people aren't bright enough to think outside their own experience.

ianjury12th Sep

Or is it because it makes them look posh driving a new car that they pay …Or is it because it makes them look posh driving a new car that they pay £300 a month for but honestly £8000 would buy a good second hand car that will be yours at the end of two years and you can do more than 10k a year

I lease because I like nice things and can afford to lose the money, I'm not posh nor do I try and be but I'm also not bitter about people doing things I can't afford. Spend your money how you will, why do you need to question something you have no interest in?

SixtyFive12th Sep

We had a woman in to have her husbands watch repaired today, she was …We had a woman in to have her husbands watch repaired today, she was driving a new Mercedes & had a fur coat etc etc. Anyway the watch was a fake Rolex he had to impress people. it's the same with these car deals which appear to be hired by people to impress others they have money but usually it turns out they in debt & unable to pay the rent. The things people do to impress others is quite sad really.

Said the sad bitter man.

CoeK3 h, 38 m ago

Best to ignore. Some people aren't bright enough to think outside their …Best to ignore. Some people aren't bright enough to think outside their own experience.



Well make yourself useful & show me how to use the ignore feature so I stop seeing your posts.

CoeK3 h, 41 m ago

Best to ignore. Some people aren't bright enough to think outside their …Best to ignore. Some people aren't bright enough to think outside their own experience.



It's OK I have found it, your blocked. Tatty bye.

cburns12 h, 20 m ago

Debt and lots of itis a wonderful thingfor short time you'll feel like a …Debt and lots of itis a wonderful thingfor short time you'll feel like a king....

Sounds like a man talking from experience

shapalando7 h, 34 m ago

Said the sad bitter man.


I can't really tell if it is a bitter man or not. His posts come across more childish than that.

SixtyFive12th Sep

Get with the times boy. If you cannot afford to pay rent & put impressing …Get with the times boy. If you cannot afford to pay rent & put impressing your neighbours with a vehicle you cannot afford then walk or get the bus.

You seem to have the wrong idea about people who lease cars. I own my own house and can more than afford my lease car. I wanted a new car because I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of a used car. It simply made financial sense to lease the car as it worked out cheaper than buying/financing it and losing money through depreciation. I owned all of my cars beforehand and I didn't go onto forums with idiotic presumptions about people who chose to own/drive a car a different way from me. Likewise I don't do the same now about people who choose to run a used car. If I'm honest you actually sound a bit jealous and bitter

checkcanopy21 h, 44 m ago

You seem to have the wrong idea about people who lease cars. I own my own …You seem to have the wrong idea about people who lease cars. I own my own house and can more than afford my lease car. I wanted a new car because I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of a used car. It simply made financial sense to lease the car as it worked out cheaper than buying/financing it and losing money through depreciation. I owned all of my cars beforehand and I didn't go onto forums with idiotic presumptions about people who chose to own/drive a car a different way from me. Likewise I don't do the same now about people who choose to run a used car. If I'm honest you actually sound a bit jealous and bitter



Definitely bitter I would agree with that.

checkcanopy14th Sep

You seem to have the wrong idea about people who lease cars. I own my own …You seem to have the wrong idea about people who lease cars. I own my own house and can more than afford my lease car. I wanted a new car because I couldn't be bothered with the hassle of a used car. It simply made financial sense to lease the car as it worked out cheaper than buying/financing it and losing money through depreciation. I owned all of my cars beforehand and I didn't go onto forums with idiotic presumptions about people who chose to own/drive a car a different way from me. Likewise I don't do the same now about people who choose to run a used car. If I'm honest you actually sound a bit jealous and bitter



I have the right idea about the majority of them. If you are not amongst that majority then dont include yourself.

When you rent a house next to someone who owns their house does that mean their posh and your poor? Some people just chose to lease/rent less hassle with Maintance etc. Nothing to do with showing off finances.

SixtyFive15th Sep

I have the right idea about the majority of them. If you are not amongst …I have the right idea about the majority of them. If you are not amongst that majority then dont include yourself.


It obviously isn't the majority of them.

almo13th Sep

I can't see where people get the idea that if you're leasing a car then …I can't see where people get the idea that if you're leasing a car then you obviously can't afford to buy it...? People rarely go out and just buy a brand new car these days no matter how much they earn. I've been stung by buying new before, spent £24k on an Audi which was only worth £15k after 18 months!Yes, It's nice to have a new car on your drive but it also saves the faff of worrying about repairs, MOT and how much I'm going to lose in 2 years when I sell it!

But aren't you often liable for dealership services during the term?

jameswalker45742 m ago

But aren't you often liable for dealership services during the term?


If you are in warranty and don't have a maintenance contract then you are only liable for servicing. The cost of which you know before you buy or lease the car.

CoeK3 h, 39 m ago

If you are in warranty and don't have a maintenance contract then you are …If you are in warranty and don't have a maintenance contract then you are only liable for servicing. The cost of which you know before you buy or lease the car.

Would be good if people did these deals taking both them scenarios into account for a more informative deal.

It is something you're liable for during the contract should be posted in the deal for me.

This is from someone who has never done PCH or PCP but is very interested in the future.
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