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Audi Q5 40tdi Quattro Sport S Tronic - £341.75pm x 24 Months £1025.26 Initial (Plus £234 Admin) - Total Cost £9,461.26 @ Select Car Leasing
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Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
Looks to be a very good deal for this Audi Q5 via select car leasing with an OTR of £40,340. 10k Miles per Annum 24 Month Term Initial Payment £1025.26 Admin Fee £234 24 x £341.7… Read more
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3.1415926

Old car, doesn't hold up the the X3 or new Volvos. We looked at it but it was crap aprat fro the very nice leather options.

glow_worm

Here fishy fishy...

Pickeringo

Looks like they’ve updated the site to reflect the fact there is no more stock and they don’t want to sell anymore so cheap. Now £600+ pm and 2k deposit. Therefore I will expire the deal. Thanks

Gemmaah

I called up about it and there was only 6 stock cars at this price. All gone, guy from company advised that Marketing should not have put the deal up but I’m sure it was fishing tool to see who is currently looking for a car

Ritzman

Hot deal - I managed to get a Audi Q5 Suv 45 TFSI 245 Quattro S Line S tronic with metallic option for just £20 a month more.

Mercedes A200 Sport Saloon Auto 9+23 Lease 5000 mileage £227.99pm + Fees - £7529.66 Total @ Select Car Leasing
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Got an email saying this is a very good exclusive offer for the new A Class Sport Saloon Seems pretty good to me - price based on 5000 mileage, Monthly: £227.99 a month Initial … Read more
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Monkeybumcheeks

Porsche......there is no substitute. You either know or you dont (y)

jonas.ali

I’ve got an A250 premium plus (inc metallic paint), albeit the hatchback, on a 6+35 profile @£264 a month with no processing fee, worked out £300 a month net which is cheaper than this deal on a MUCH lower specced car and a MUCH less powerful car. Sorry OP but this genuinely is a s***t deal

2003bluecat

Very good (y)

Georgedeals

I cant SEE your point, I think im going for a drive to test it

r0naldmacd0nald

It’s not that bad. The W177 is a pretty solid platform and the cabins make most other marques look dated now. Sub £250 is really only going to ever get you ‘boring’ base models but they are generally for people who want a new reliable no frills car / commute machine. Saying that if you can find an A35/A45s for this price please do share

Nissan Leaf 110kwh N-Connecta 40kwh 24 months Personal Leasing £223/m + £2008 initial, 10k miles - Total £7,365 @ Select Car Leasing
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Posted 10th MayPosted 10th May
Arrangement/processing fee: £195.00 + VAT * Free for NHS Workers. Total cost including arrangement fee is £7560 Includes road fund licence. 24 + 5,000 Miles profile available fro… Read more
edwardo1973

I’m the same as you, however, taking your old banger to a local authority testing centre reduces risk of failure massively. Mine passed with some advisories last time round. Always does!

daniellndn

I understand however some aren't familiar. I am personally not a fan of leasing however my parents are. My budget is buying second hand and praying during its MOT each year. If I remember, Nissan leaf did once offer 1 month free "test drives" when they were new. Availability was very scarce though.

ranandg

Not worth £2K deposit,.....Good deal withouth the deposit.....!

dangermoose5

Yes, I have done similar, but it isn't a very accurate predictor. I guess for buyers who can access the money, the answer is it is better to buy 2nd hand unless you wanted a 2020 model.

James_Sugar

19k odd... were they available for 20k or 21k though?

Renault Zoe- 24 months Personal Car Leasing contract £188/m + £1695 initial, 8000 miles - Total Cost £6,019 @ Select Car Leasing
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Posted 7th MayPosted 7th May
Arrangement/processing fee: £195.00 + VAT * Free for NHS Workers. Total cost including arrangement fee is £6,253 Includes road fund licence. 24 + 5,000 Miles profile available f… Read more
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garbageguy

My new Zoe 50 arrives next week, trading in my 40.

Foxy

It makes sense NOW for Company car users. ZERO benefit in Kind tax for the current tax year. Enough said..

Foxy

Not if they're looking for a company car they won't. Four words. No company car tax.

MOJOoo7

Great find! Ordering about 15 for family, friends and my pet fishes! <3

dpblackpool

A brand new Volkswagen T-Cross, £198.61 p.m, 36 months, 8k miles p.a, £1,191.65 initial rental £8377
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Posted 26th AprPosted 26th Apr
A decent offer for a brand new model, Volkswagen T-Cross, from a trusted leasing company Deal Summary Lease Type: Personal Lease Value: £17,170.00 Initial Payment: 6 months (£1… Read more
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currydixon

The price is reduced to £175 a month on their website. Seems like a good deal..

JCLARSSON

90bhp,1 ltr engine, wouldnt be for me.

vagabundo81

It’s 8k miles , sorry , just changed it

migavupe

Best to change the title then.

sm9690

When I put it in, it seems to be 8000 miles for the price in the deal

Audi A4 Saloon 35 TFSI Black Edition 4dr [2020] 24 month lease. 10K Mileage - Total Cost £8,504.60 @ Select Car Leasing
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Posted 22nd AprPosted 22nd Apr
Initial rental £958.80 * Usually paid two weeks after delivery. £319.60 Inc vat Per Month. Arrangement/processing fee: £195.00 * Free for NHS Workers . Total cost including arran… Read more
Phlop0

Aye but how much up front. People always miss that but out to make a lease deal sound better

ayy_zed

12k per annum that was on!

ayy_zed

I got a 1.4 petrol a4 black edition for 215 per month 2 years ago. That lease just expired. Epic deal

ActionO

RGW contracts

stotty2020

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Audi A6 Saloon 45 TFSI Quattro Sport 4dr S Tronic 24 month lease - £306.07pm / £243 Admin Cost - £8,202.23 total @ Select Car Leasing
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Posted 18th Dec 2019Posted 18th Dec 2019
Audi A6 Saloon 45 TFSI Quattro Sport 4dr S Tronic 24 month lease - £306.07pm / £243 Admin Cost - £8,202.23 total @ Select Car Leasing
£8,202.23
Audi A6 Saloon 45 TFSI Quattro Sport 4dr S Tronic [2020] 3+23 at £306.07 pcm + £243 admin fee 5000 miles per year 2 years of payments work out under 19% of £43.5k RRP Estate is a … Read more
Bhavin_Shah

I was on the verge of ordering this until I realised it is, for some reason, missing adaptive cruise control / traffic jam assist (even as an option). Having used this feature for a few years on my A3 I really can't live without it anymore! Does seem like a good deal if that doesn't matter to you though!

Travelsbyelevator_

They probably bump up the cost when you select 10k miles a year

IAmATeaf

If this was some industry standard then I can fully understand but just seems an Audi thing, so as I said it’s designed to fool and confuse the buying public. I wonder if we’ll see 30 models rebadged as 55 :D

HHUKD

If you think about how the car industry is preparing for the shift to electric vehicles then it makes a bit more sense. We now have a way of comparing apples with pears! For example we can look at the all electric Audi e-tron 55 and understand how it’s likely to compare to the other ICE vehicles in the range. However, I do see that Audi have purposely started with higher numbers to make their vehicles appear more powerful.....the numbers start at 30.

Blandford33

Don't forget the 9 x £20 upfront. I have just ordered the black edition and swithered on the tech pack Decided against as costs adding up.

BMW 6 Series Hatchback 620d M Sport 5dr Auto [2019.5] - Initial rental £3,777.62 + £195 admin & £419.74 per month @ Select Car Cleasing
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Posted 4th Nov 2019Posted 4th Nov 2019
BMW 6 Series Hatchback 620d M Sport 5dr Auto [2019.5] - Initial rental £3,777.62 + £195 admin & £419.74 per month @ Select Car Cleasing
£24,120.14
Looks great value for money
HaroFreestyler

:D

HaroFreestyler

Maybe I should have said humans and all other life - the point was that eventually when all life is gone from Earth, which will happen, will the planet go into a decline or is it just solid matter with no thoughts for itself? Everything that everyone does has an impact on the planet, should we all stop what we're doing? I imagine you live in a house, is that not damaging the planet? Do you commute to work, if so how? If you use an EV it still damages the planet to mine for the battery elements and still needs a power station to power it. Every action we do has an impact, but this new generation of activists are just hypocrites. Lewis Hamilton is one of the worse offenders. I'm a fan of his as a driver, but oh my - the stuff he posts on Instagram about saving the planet and being Vegan whilst flying around the world in private jets with leather seats and racing "just for fun" is unreal. Imagine the damage an F1 weekend does to the planet, ferrying all that equipment and people around. I do my bit to take care of the planet and whilst I drive a 340bhp petrol car I only do 6k miles a year in it and it still does 28mpg average. Compare that to an EV driver doing 20k miles a year commuting, or someone using public transport and I'm probably lower down the planet damaging scale than most. I also work from home, so my carbon footprint is probably tiny. The new breed of planet savers are just pushing too far, whilst doing the same planet damaging things we all do on a daily basis, so preaching to people is just hypocritical. By all means look after the planet, we all need to do that, but unless you live in a cave and don't have a car or use electricity don't preach to others about it until you can quantify your planet saving credentials.

timmy900

Maybe all the other life on it? I've got to be honest. Your comment saddens me. No wonder younger generations consider their elders to be inconsiderate to their futures. All your insightful pondering and you've reached the conclusion that Earth is a rock and you want to drive 'non-boring' cars or it's not worth being a guardian for. Great. Just make sure you keep recycling, helps me sleep at night just knowing you are. /s

ZapGod

Sadly this car will not work reliably in Bristol after 2021 so cold for me. bbc.co.uk/new…596

HaroFreestyler

But when we're all long gone and the human race doesn't exist any more, who is going to care about the planet and whether it is here or not? The only reason for caring about the planet is to appease our fragile human personas and make us believe our race will last forever and that we actually mean anything in the universe. Don't get me wrong, I'm not wasteful and I recycle pretty much everything, but I'm not going to sit around doing nothing and driving boring cars just so the planet can still be here for humans in years to come - it will all be gone eventually and the planet itself is just rock, it doesn't have feelings or care about whether it survives or not, its only humans that care.

Volkswagen California 2.0 Tdi Beach 150 DSG £457.96 x 23m Initial rental £4,121.60 (admin fee £195) Annual miles:5,000 £14849.68 @ SCL
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Posted 19th Sep 2019Posted 19th Sep 2019
Volkswagen California 2.0 Tdi Beach 150 DSG £457.96 x 23m Initial rental £4,121.60 (admin fee £195) Annual miles:5,000 £14849.68 @ SCL
£14,849.68
just putting this out there as a bit different. if your into or thinking about joining the camper-van crew but want a little luxury then this would be a good starter. i know its … Read more
allyt1979

Hire a van for a lot less

Code9063

“If” I take the lease..

smellybum78

Setting up finance if you take the lease

Code9063

Where would they use it?

smellybum78

Hiya, yep all proposal forms ask for bank details.

Electric Golf lease - 12+23 deal £2382.86+23 at £198.57+£195 fee -   £7144.97 @ Select car leasing
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Posted 19th Sep 2019Posted 19th Sep 2019
Electric Golf lease - 12+23 deal £2382.86+23 at £198.57+£195 fee - £7144.97 @ Select car leasing
£7,114.97
12+23 deal £2382.86+23@£198.57+£195 fee Total £7144.97 Other options and contract lengths 8000 miles lots of no cost options too. £300 cheaper than the previous deal
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smellybum78

Yep (y)

Mike626

That'd be clever because it comes out the factory with all those things :) It's just dealers are really bad putting what's standard on a car. You're best off going on the VW website

smellybum78

Should've done the deal I posted for the golf its 3quids a month cheaper than what your paying

smellybum78

Boring colour dude, what about your alfa and your golf r? Did you take the karoq deal or the golf deal?

smellybum78

Not so dude delivery is extra. Thanks dude how's the rs5?

Electric Hyundai Ioniq Lease £1360.69 +  23 @ £151.19 + £195 fee, total £5033.06 2 year deal 8000 miles at Select Car Leasing
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Posted 19th Sep 2019Posted 19th Sep 2019
Electric Hyundai Ioniq Lease £1360.69 + 23 @ £151.19 + £195 fee, total £5033.06 2 year deal 8000 miles at Select Car Leasing
£5,033.06
Another electric car pretty cheaps Hyundai Ioniq £1360.69+ 23@£151.19+£195 fee, total £5033.06 2 year deal 8000 miles. £30.245 otr price. About 20% and with a possible 174mile rang… Read more
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smellybum78

Went over with Yeti about 1200miles didn't charge me for that, it went back a month early as its replacement had arrived so I didn't service it 2 year jobby. It works for me leasing I keep to a budget under 200quids monthly total, not bothered about fancy specs just the budget. Leaves me the option if I do find something interesting I'd like to buy I can but most of them are over 500quids just to tax for the year plus all the pitfalls of things breaking. I'll be leasing electric next time me thinks

royals

Plus standard charge?

Belogical

I don’t know why they haven’t update their website - I don’t work for Select. But they have called me to say offer withdrawn

PaulandPam

Just got a phone call from them. Guess what! all stock gone but surprise, surprise they have some due into stock for almost double the price. I don't believe they ever existed at the advertised price unless someone can prove me wrong. This should be expired as possibly a false deal to get peoples email / phone numbers..

emsabobs

Apparently not on the full electric.

Bentley Mulsanne Saloon Lease - £31,899.85 upfront + £3544.43/month for 48 months (£202,032.49 total) @ Select Car Leasing
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Posted 19th Jul 2019Posted 19th Jul 2019
Bentley Mulsanne Saloon Lease - £31,899.85 upfront + £3544.43/month for 48 months (£202,032.49 total) @ Select Car Leasing
£202,032,484
Quite a few lease deals are aimed at the masses... this one is a bit bespoke for the “I am considerably richer than yaou” brigade. Initial Payment: £31,899.85 inc VAT £3544 per mon… Read more
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Bumnut53

4 umbrellas fitted to luggage comp £370.00 Bargain

Bumnut53

A 230K car without adaptive cruise control as standard! Cheeky gits want an extra 3K!

mnza

Just missed the deal... had order an Skoda Octavia instead 😔

Danzelp

Thanks OP, daughter just passed test and was looking for a run around. Ordered

loadsavmoney

yeah 2097 was the first decent wipeout for me, i platinumed wipeout HD which took me ages and is a great game, hard nut to crack but i did it in the end (party) I have the omega collection atm but i can't see myself going for all the trophies this time XD "beat zico" and the zone modes are a right pain (fierce)

Jaguar F-Pace 2.0d R-Sport 5dr Auto AWD [2020] - Lease - Initial Fee £3,647.48 / £299 - £405.28 x 35 months - £18,131.28 @ Select Car
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Jaguar F-Pace 2.0d R-Sport 5dr Auto AWD [2020] - Lease - Initial Fee £3,647.48 / £299 - £405.28 x 35 months - £18,131.28 @ Select Car
£18,131.28
Have been looking at these for some time. They have usually been over £450/month. So £405 looks great. 5000 miles at £382/month.
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ilepak

Where on earth do you get your "facts" from?

mad_design_man

You are absolutely right young man. That’s why most lottery winners go bankrupt a few years later.

springbrucesteen

Yeah if I won the lottery that’s the first thing I would think ....... yes straight down to the ford dealers to get that lovely ford I always dreamed of

Jeffrey_Goad

Oh look.. A car that shows everyone you have more money than brains... Every brand new car on our roads is the same as pouring at least 3200 litres of petrol out and setting fire to it! Is it hybrid? No Is it Phev? No EV? No Then it will waste fuel and contribute to our warming planet! Choose the Ipace instead..

Holgmaster

Agree stock market isn’t the best of investments at present. The money I have lost would have paid many times over for a nice car but I learnt my lesson at least ;).

Mercedes-Benz CLA Class 200 Shooting Brake AMG Line Night Ed+ Auto 36m 10k Miles p/a £920 Dep £306.67pm, £200? Fee (£11853) SelectCarLeasing
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Posted 3rd Apr 2019Posted 3rd Apr 2019
Mercedes-Benz CLA Class 200 Shooting Brake AMG Line Night Ed+ Auto 36m 10k Miles p/a £920 Dep £306.67pm, £200? Fee (£11853) SelectCarLeasing
£11,853
Saw a deal here for the manual shooting brake which has now gone but this is the auto including the night edition pack (lots more such as reversing camera, bluetooth, heated seats,… Read more
tony211166

Shooting brake? Funny as!!!!!!!!

efc_4ever

Can anybody tell me who's best deal for Renault Mégane RS

markovanbaston

Frank Ribery commenting on someone being ugly (lol)

mrew42

Tiguan This just looks like it melted

johnszi23

Wonder what ugly car you’ve got on your drive... Just curious(ninja)

Great Spec Mercedes CLA 200 Amg line 4 year lease 10k miles per year at Select Car Leasing £248.92pm + £746.75, 2 and 3 year also available.
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Posted 24th Mar 2019Posted 24th Mar 2019
Great Spec Mercedes CLA 200 Amg line 4 year lease 10k miles per year at Select Car Leasing £248.92pm + £746.75, 2 and 3 year also available.
£12,445.24
£12445 For 4 years total price, over 40mpg DRIVER CONVENIENCE 7" tablet style colour display Attention assist Bluetooth system Cruise control + speed limiter Direct steering Door… Read more
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sam.stringer

now about 15k

apmaggiorini

Looking at the headlights it's the current model that is about to be replaced if that makes sense. The CLA came out in February as stated but the Shooting Brake version has not been replaced yet. The spec states 7" tablet style screen, all new models have a minimum of 2 off 7" screens, bigger on the higher spec models.

Mire.Mare

I think you misunderstand my comment, Anyway in answer to your question a new Volvo V90 (well 12 months old now) and as for coping with a head on smash at speed, fortunately it has so many safety features it is pretty reluctant to get involved with any type of accident, such is the advancement of some modern day vehicles! MM

DealsDen101

The website uses sliders so you can choose which ever term you want whilst on there, suppose the 3 year seems to suit more people by the sound of things, I'l remember that for next time it's my first lease deal (:I

Rickardo

You should have posted the three year deal as we vote and comment based on the deal you’ve posted. So, whilst I won’t vote cold, I can’t vote hot either, I’m afraid, although obviously I’m in the minority! ;)

Audi A5 Coupe 35 TFSI S Line 2dr S Tronic [2019] - 24 month lease with 8k miles - £8109 (£337 per month) @ Select Car Leasing
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Posted 29th Jan 2019Posted 29th Jan 2019
Audi A5 Coupe 35 TFSI S Line 2dr S Tronic [2019] - 24 month lease with 8k miles - £8109 (£337 per month) @ Select Car Leasing
£8,109
8k miles 24 month contract £2213 deposit then £238.79 a month £199 + VAT admin fee Works out at around £337 a month
Bertz99

Is that going to give me the explanation to your answer of f1 being based in UK probably, according to you, for logistical reasoning? Or the context of the query the other poster raised of there being no motor industry in th UK.

Freddo_V_

Come back when you've read The German Genius by Peter Watson.

Bertz99

Historically F1 is European - the UK is at the far corner making it further to travel for each European race and that is before you even consider the likes of Multimatic (picked up Lola racing) that are also based in the UK but ship racing cars to the US. There is no probability about why the manufacturers choose to invest billions within the UK for F1 , the probability is that you have very little affiliation within the motor industry to draw upon. However, besides bashing ourselves (something we are far better than any of our European counterparts at) I will give you a few queries to consider: 1) Which European country has 6 out of the top 7 rated universities within Europe? 2) How many companies invest into projects and R&D with these universities? 3) Which European country registers the highest number of patents? 4) Which European country has what is considered 80% of the worlds performance engineers? 5) Name me which country has something called "Motorsport Valley" (if that does not mean much to you think about how "Silicon Valley" sounds to you) Anyway back to the point I initially made - what is underlying and what we are traditionally very good at (other than bashing ourselves) is still there and hence why there is foreign investment just as traditionally the Germans are highly efficient and the Italians are still great with their design flare.

Freddo_V_

The majority of F1 are based here probably more for logistical reasons than any other. The European races are typically held consecutively over the summer months and there is as little as 1 week between races. The teams can move all their kit by tuck/road which is far cheaper than doing it by plane. So makes sense to have a base/forward base in Europe/UK

Freddo_V_

Bentley's aren't exactly cars that the masses can afford to buy. Of course the quality going to be there in a car that can easily cost 6 figures!

Mercedes-Benz A Class Hatchback - 24 months 5k miles lease £1948.39 monthly £162.37 on 24 months (£5845) Select Car Leasing
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Posted 22nd Nov 2018Posted 22nd Nov 2018
Mercedes-Benz A Class Hatchback - 24 months 5k miles lease £1948.39 monthly £162.37 on 24 months (£5845) Select Car Leasing
£5,845
Yes, leasing is not the cheapest way to own a car. But for those that are in the market. I have been looking at getting an a-class for a while, its rare to be under £250 per month.… Read more
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donny1266

Sytner Bristol - asked them to beat a deal posted on here.

SkullMunky

Where did you get that deal please?

Optimusfad

What's are the tips for looming at deals for Lessing?

donny1266

Got the amg 220d for £259 no deposit 10000 miles. Agree even that was a little basic and not the most comfortable. Paying for the badge and wouldn’t do it again.

RobJones-48174.61446

Where from? What’s the down payment?

BMW M2 Competition 2dr DCT - £540.11 per month - 3yrs, 3 months up, 10k miles per year @ Select Car Leasing
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BMW M2 Competition 2dr DCT - £540.11 per month - 3yrs, 3 months up, 10k miles per year @ Select Car Leasing
£21,064.30
Absolute stonker of a deal. Granted, it's expensive for a car but this is better than any BMW PCP deal you will ever get and with a realistic mileage. It is worth noting this leas… Read more
markymark34

in your opinion...

unknownorigin

It looks ugly, is cheap and tacky. I am sure it drives great, but the form is so bad it cannot be forgiven - it just screams "I have no taste whatsover".

markymark34

Think you might have issues. The M2 comp is a cracking car. Having driving the M5, M4 competition and luckily an M4 CS in my opinion these are all awesome cars. Sadly my last one was an E46 M3 and unless circumstances change dramatically I won't be able to afford another one. M2 comp would be my pick of the bunch.

Smadmad

I have to disagree I have owned a few M cars. Having driven the M2, it feels very much like a older M car. It's actually a lot of fun to drive with a lot of feel to what the car is doing. I own a M4 and it's very skittish but once you learn to drive it properly it's very rewarding. I owned a 07 RS4 and that was probably the last RS that Audi did that didn't feel numb to drive.

unknownorigin

The m5 is the only real M in the current range and will cost around £110k for a good spec. The 2 series is a poverty series for teenagers and looks absolutely ugly as hell, all anyone thinks when they see one is "Do they make those for men?". The m3 and m4 have had their day, I really didn't like the m4 at all - so much I moved to Audi. No serious buyer over 21 would consider this as anything other than an ugly, cheap tacky vehicle. (think Fiesta RS Turbo).

Range Rover Velar 2.0 on £514.32 / 36 months lease with £1542.97 deposit Select Car Leasing
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Range Rover Velar 2.0 on £514.32 / 36 months lease with £1542.97 deposit Select Car Leasing
£514.32
Range Rover Velar for £514 per months on 36 months lease with £1500 deposit That's around £20K for three years, quite good price for this type of car
smellyonion

I have never worked anywhere where people don't moan. The more people stay in a job, the moanier they get. That's just human nature. Try the civil service, it's soul sappingly moany and they get decent benefits!

Quinoa

Haven't seen any broken down, not like the Disco 3 that kept the electronic handbrake on. 3 year waranty should cover any problems

gav123

it's not me being bitter, it's the absolute truth. from where i worked there has been 7 well trained , long term technicians leave. the main part of leaving is frustration with the brand and the support network around it. you know it's bad when you spend time at the training academy and even the people training you laugh at how abysmal things are.

gav123

nope, luckily i restore historic racing cars now.

0901salmoc

Wow that's sour, do you work at asda now?

2019 E Class 24 Month Lease (£1k deposit) - 10k miles - £8,787 all in @ Select Car Leasing
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2019 E Class 24 Month Lease (£1k deposit) - 10k miles - £8,787 all in @ Select Car Leasing
£338
Pretty outrageous deal for a brand new E class - this would depreciate much more heavily if purchased directly. Business customers get it even cheaper at £7,313 all in. Around £300… Read more
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Blandford33

I agree with claiming mileage. Also Ltd company gives you access to business only deals that are much cheaper than personal deals. Need to finance business only deals through directors loan account, speak to your accountant.

imk83

HI, am i able to put my personalised number plate on this car?

MScott1

Be aware that they will add a surplus (6% monthly in my case), for the 'metallic paint' option on top of the quoted price on the website.

iknowwhere2look

Are there no golf r or Audi rs3 lease deals ? This is a really good find though great job

jamgin

Worse than that. I drive a 2003 Mégane Scenic.....,.