National Vehicle Solutions and Select. But as ever deals come and go. When a car is cheap a number of sites will have it.
What websites did you find the golf r's? thats a good price!
This is becoming less and less the case and quite frankly false. You would lose a near identical amount of money if not more because the middle man needs to make their money! Most chronic leasers compare their deals to rrp. News flash- nobody pays RRP. You should gain at least gain a 20-30% discount on an RRP. The more cars depreciate, the greater the discount. Do you calculations and you will realise that your lease is funding the lease companies. Your 45k GLC which could probably be had for 37k after haggling their deposit contribution (yes pay off the days after to avoid interest). Its worth maybe 27k after 3 years. You will pay 15k, and think you saved depreciation. The direct to manufacturer will pay 10k. Lease company makes 5k. Yes in some cases, lease companies have better purchasing power and can gain a better price. But it is mostly a fallacy to consider lease the god send of new car ownership.
Thanks. Yes, always do shop around and have a tenancy to just browse shop here and there to keep up to date with pricing and offers. Currently got a Tiguan R Line 9k/annum for 3 years for £299+£20 (maintained) total 319.** a month and put 3 months advance. Best deal I find and haven't seen anyone even come close to that since then. When is usually the best time to order a lease? I'm new to this, and also flexible in terms of when I place my order. So any tips are helpful. Thanks.
Sorry, missed this. It’s just a case of keeping track of prices and what cars have offers on each quarter when you’re ready to make a new order. None of those cars were from the same lease company. They were from National Vehicle Solutions, VW Direct, CentralUKVehicleLeasing, Select Leasing, Stable leasing... Have a look at the offers on those sites home pages and if a car you like is very cheap shop around and find the absolute cheapest offer there is on it (y)