Renault Megane Renaultsport 275 Cup S + Breakdown cover - 8k miles per year £191.99p/m 24 month contract Total = £6382.46 @ KeyFleetDirect
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Renault Megane Renaultsport 275 Cup S + Breakdown cover - 8k miles per year £191.99p/m 24 month contract Total = £6382.46 @ KeyFleetDirect

£6,382.46Keyfleet Deals
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Found 9th Mar 2016
Decent price for a quick car.

Renault Megane Renaultsport 275 Cup S
Breakdown Cover
8,000 miles per year
24 month contract

List price £23,935

Initial rental - £1727.89
Monthly rental - £191.99 x 23 - £4415.77
Admin Fee - £238.80
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Total = £6382.46

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seems a good price
Not bad at all
FRENCH!!
yes it's French, my Megane Rs has been more reliable than any Audi, Vw, Ford or Vauxhall I've owned. it will be more fun than any other hot hatch you can buy, hence why I own one!
Va va boom!
Great price especially since it includes maintenance such you'll want cos you'll be burning them rubber!
8000 a year that is rubbish could walk further lol good price for car tho
maxj77

8000 a year that is rubbish could walk further lol good price for car tho



This isn't the kind of car you would be doing 30k miles a year in up and down the motorway. Think about it.
Actually equivalent to £265 a month including all initial payments.
fugly , only slightly helped by the red pictured
The fact that it's French is entirely negated by it being brand new, under warranty and not your problem after two years.

Wouldn't be my choice (I'm a bit too old for something this raw - prefer a Golf R ) but heat added as this is a good deal of fun for £265 a month all in esp as fully maintained.

Cue all the usual ridiculous lease thread comments...
You could buy one of these that's about 2-3 year old for 6grand & keep it for 7-8 years so don't fancy just over 6grand for just 2 years.Not for me,but not voted.
mantamagic

yes it's French, my Megane Rs has been more reliable than any Audi, Vw, … yes it's French, my Megane Rs has been more reliable than any Audi, Vw, Ford or Vauxhall I've owned. it will be more fun than any other hot hatch you can buy, hence why I own one!



More fun than the Civic Type-R and Focus RS? Seriously doubt that.
WheresMeNuts

You could buy one of these that's about 2-3 year old for 6grand & keep it … You could buy one of these that's about 2-3 year old for 6grand & keep it for 7-8 years so don't fancy just over 6grand for just 2 years.Not for me,but not voted.



No you Can't !
Personally, I'd rather spend 6k on a Clio Cup for a fun weekend car. Saw one online the other day for £6k with interest free credit for upto four years. OK it was 7 years old with 55k on the clock, but had a 1 yr warranty. Everyone has a certain budget to spend, saw a two year old merc the other day at the supermarket, would have cost over £110k new, the driver was rummaging through the reduced food section.

Edited by: "paul.jacobs" 10th Mar 2016
This is a pretty good deal if you want a short term fun car. Even after haggling you'd be out of pocket by quite some margin if you purchased this rather than leased it.
paul.jacobs

...... saw a two year old merc the other day at the supermarket, would … ...... saw a two year old merc the other day at the supermarket, would have cost over £110k new, the driver was rummaging through the reduced food section.


That's how they afford the Merc!
Besford

That's how they afford the Merc!


That and finance... something ridiculous like 70% of new Mercedes sold these days are on finance/lease deals etc.
mantamagic

yes it's French, my Megane Rs has been more reliable than any Audi, Vw, … yes it's French, my Megane Rs has been more reliable than any Audi, Vw, Ford or Vauxhall I've owned. it will be more fun than any other hot hatch you can buy, hence why I own one!



Have you looked at who makes the important sensors on the Megane? I ask, as my French workhorse has sensors (MAP, MAF etc) all made in Germany (Siemens, Bosch) and they've all failed.
Unlike my Mk2 Golf that refused to die (some say over-engineered) and was a lot more fun than most modern cars I've test driven. Admittedly I wouldn't buy a hot hatch today as the roads are cr#p. A bit like buying an M82 rifle to shoot ants, you just can't get the best out of it.
In my experience French cars wear out their suspension joints sooner than German ones.




spaceinvader

More fun than the Civic Type-R and Focus RS? Seriously doubt that.



Have you driven both the Civic Type R or Focus RS? How do you know?

Me personally just by going through reviews at the moment, I would rank it as Focus RS, Megane RS and Civic Type R in that order. But I don't think you can get the Focus RS anywhere near this price.

Then you need a brown paper bag to place over your head in the Civic Type R given how fugly it is.
paul.jacobs

saw a two year old merc the other day at the supermarket, would have cost … saw a two year old merc the other day at the supermarket, would have cost over £110k new, the driver was rummaging through the reduced food section.


Yeah right - photo or it did not happen!
paul.jacobs

Personally, I'd rather spend 6k on a Clio Cup for a fun weekend car. Saw … Personally, I'd rather spend 6k on a Clio Cup for a fun weekend car. Saw one online the other day for £6k with interest free credit for upto four years. OK it was 7 years old with 55k on the clock, but had a 1 yr warranty. Everyone has a certain budget to spend, saw a two year old merc the other day at the supermarket, would have cost over £110k new, the driver was rummaging through the reduced food section.


Been in the catering game for 25 years I've noticed the better off are the ones who find it harder to leave a tip.
Having less money makes you appreciate others more.
paul.jacobs

saw a two year old merc the other day at the supermarket, would have cost … saw a two year old merc the other day at the supermarket, would have cost over £110k new, the driver was rummaging through the reduced food section.



Why weren't you immediately arrested for following someone through the supermarket? Are you actually a security guard?

Seems a bit creepy to me.
ollie87

Why weren't you immediately arrested for following someone through the … Why weren't you immediately arrested for following someone through the supermarket? Are you actually a security guard?Seems a bit creepy to me.


I seen a woman get out a 4x4 land Rover & 10 minutes later she was over at the Whoooooops counter pushing people out the way to save 10p. Rich people can be cheap !!
WheresMeNuts

I seen a woman get out a 4x4 land Rover & 10 minutes later she was over … I seen a woman get out a 4x4 land Rover & 10 minutes later she was over at the Whoooooops counter pushing people out the way to save 10p. Rich people can be cheap !!



You don't get rich by throwing money away.
Rich people are careful with their money. Poor people drive brand new cars.
ollie87

Why weren't you immediately arrested for following someone through the … Why weren't you immediately arrested for following someone through the supermarket? Are you actually a security guard?Seems a bit creepy to me.



Creepier than your idyllic utopia where people are Immediately arrested for briefly noticing what someone else is doing?

Probably not.
barbiegirl

The fact that it's French is entirely negated by it being brand new, … The fact that it's French is entirely negated by it being brand new, under warranty and not your problem after two years.Wouldn't be my choice (I'm a bit too old for something this raw - prefer a Golf R ) but heat added as this is a good deal of fun for £265 a month all in esp as fully maintained. Cue all the usual ridiculous lease thread comments...



Try living with numerous rattles for 24 months with continuous trips to a dealer for them not to resolve them. I saw this as a former owner of a Clio 1.2, Clio 172, Clio 182 Trophy. I'd never own a Renault again on that basis, unless they seriously improve their build quality to rival Jap/Ger cars.
ollie87

You don't get rich by throwing money away.


Get rich with dignity !!
ukbondraider

Rich people are careful with their money. Poor people drive brand new … Rich people are careful with their money. Poor people drive brand new cars.



So you tie up your capital in something that depreciates do you? How wise of you...
ukbondraider

Rich people are careful with their money. Poor people drive brand new … Rich people are careful with their money. Poor people drive brand new cars.



Wealthy people are careful with their money.Rich people like to show off their money. Poor people drive brand new cars.

Fixed it for you.
The_Hoff

So you tie up your capital in something that depreciates do you? How wise … So you tie up your capital in something that depreciates do you? How wise of you...



Typical answer from the poor to justify their spending beyond their means. As if they had any meaningful capital to tie up in the first place. Most people driving new cars couldn't afford to buy a £3k used car.

Look at all the new cars outside small houses. Perhaps they should allocate spending elsewhere.

Edited by: "ukbondraider" 10th Mar 2016
johnthehuman

Creepier than your idyllic utopia where people are Immediately arrested … Creepier than your idyllic utopia where people are Immediately arrested for briefly noticing what someone else is doing? Probably not.



My utopia would have people who randomly capitalise words mid-sentence hanged until dead.
The_Hoff

Try living with numerous rattles for 24 months with continuous trips to a … Try living with numerous rattles for 24 months with continuous trips to a dealer for them not to resolve them. I saw this as a former owner of a Clio 1.2, Clio 172, Clio 182 Trophy. I'd never own a Renault again on that basis, unless they seriously improve their build quality to rival Jap/Ger cars.



To be fair I had a Clio 172 and it's one of the most reliable cars I've ever owned - until it got to about 10 years old.

I now have something German and it has WAY more rattles than the Clio 172 had.
ukbondraider

Look at all the new cars outside small houses. Perhaps they should … Look at all the new cars outside small houses. Perhaps they should allocate spending elsewhere.



Why? You can live in your car but just try driving your house, you won't get far.
What I find worrying is all the youngster thinking finance is a natural way to live. What are all you parents teaching them. My first job out of uni paid me £45k salary, £10k signing bounus and £20k end of year bonus. Even then I drove around in a £2k car. I couldn't fathom buying a car more than £10k without being worth nearly a million.
Do you get taxed on the maintenance part of the cost as payment in kind (if doing it as a business lease)?
ukbondraider

What I find worrying is all the youngster thinking finance is a natural … What I find worrying is all the youngster thinking finance is a natural way to live. What are all you parents teaching them. My first job out of uni paid me £45k salary, £10k signing bounus and £20k end of year bonus. Even then I drove around in a £2k car. I couldn't fathom buying a car more than £10k without being worth nearly a million.



What?? Thats a bit tight
ollie87

My utopia would have people who randomly capitalise words mid-sentence … My utopia would have people who randomly capitalise words mid-sentence hanged until dead.



I'd have to agree with you on that one X)
spaceinvader

More fun than the Civic Type-R and Focus RS? Seriously doubt that.



I've been round the Nurburgring in a Megane and it was seriously fun and seriously quick. The fact that it's previously held numerous lap records, and the fact that so many people choose this car to race the Ring suggests that it is indeed more fun than the other two.
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