V40 Hatch 2.0 T2 R-Design Edition Car Leasing £175.27pm + £1577.45 (£243.85pm) at Gateway2lease
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V40 Hatch 2.0 T2 R-Design Edition Car Leasing £175.27pm + £1577.45 (£243.85pm) at Gateway2lease

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Posted 27th Jul
Seems like a decent deal, 10k mileage allowance too. The car has good reviews, I've never actually owned a Volvo though.

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diddly0827/07/2019 08:39

Got a one that’s 3 year old now and it’s on it’s 3rd recall.


At least they recall instead of ignoring issues
kwl14727/07/2019 09:19

My 10 year old astra cost me a £2k and still runs just fine today(!) Never …My 10 year old astra cost me a £2k and still runs just fine today(!) Never given me a problem!

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Oh I do love a good lease deal on a Saturday morning ... bring on the deluded lease haters!
A lease deal is what it is, you pay a certain amount and drive a vehicle for a number of years pretty much trouble free without the risks often associated with ownership, the costs are fixed each month. Some like the idea some don't, I really don't see any difference to those who slat these deals then pay a couple of grand to go on holiday for a week or 2, renting a villa instead of buying it, why? Because each year they want to go somewhere different and don't want the hassle of ownership and the amount of deposit etc needed to purchase.
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Oh I do love a good lease deal on a Saturday morning ... bring on the deluded lease haters!
This is a good deal for 10k miles
Went in one of these recently as a passenger. Lovely, comfortable car although it's starting to feel somewhat dated compared with other more modern hatchbacks in my opinion.
Pointlessusername27/07/2019 08:16

Oh I do love a good lease deal on a Saturday morning ... bring on the …Oh I do love a good lease deal on a Saturday morning ... bring on the deluded lease haters!


Do I own the car at the end?
Really great car
£165 Admin fee
Got a one that’s 3 year old now and it’s on it’s 3rd recall.
diddly0827/07/2019 08:39

Got a one that’s 3 year old now and it’s on it’s 3rd recall.


At least they recall instead of ignoring issues
1st one they did. It was when I rang up to ask about an issue they said there was a recall due to that fault!
Not a bad deal, although dash is looking dated now. V40 is the last of the Volvo range to get a full refresh, expect to see quite a few deals like this as they shift remaining stock - was same with old S60 last year.
But you don't own it.

Will it work after 10k miles?

A used one is cheaper.

Do I have to fix damage?

Is insurance included?

Will it sleep with my wife and leave me?
2003bluecat27/07/2019 08:33

Do I own the car at the end?


No, you own the factory and build any car you want.
I love those Volvo's, but they don't have Android Auto or Apple Car Play integration...
2003bluecat27/07/2019 08:33

Do I own the car at the end?


My 10 year old astra cost me a £2k and still runs just fine today(!) Never given me a problem!
cactusbrandy27/07/2019 09:12

But you don't own it. Will it work after 10k miles?A used one is cheaper. …But you don't own it. Will it work after 10k miles?A used one is cheaper. Do I have to fix damage?Is insurance included?Will it sleep with my wife and leave me?


You left out...

Does it make me bean to ground coffee in the morning...
kwl14727/07/2019 09:19

My 10 year old astra cost me a £2k and still runs just fine today(!) Never …My 10 year old astra cost me a £2k and still runs just fine today(!) Never given me a problem!


My grandads penny farthing cost him thruppencd & it's still going.
kwl14727/07/2019 09:19

My 10 year old astra cost me a £2k and still runs just fine today(!) Never …My 10 year old astra cost me a £2k and still runs just fine today(!) Never given me a problem!

38156841-0rVwv.jpg
cactusbrandy27/07/2019 09:12

But you don't own it. Will it work after 10k miles?A used one is cheaper. …But you don't own it. Will it work after 10k miles?A used one is cheaper. Do I have to fix damage?Is insurance included?Will it sleep with my wife and leave me?


Not likely they’d want to sleep with your wife, no.
What about fuel ? I’m guessing that as it’s a lease, they will also cover the fuel needed for the lease length?

(Obviously insurance, tax and general maintenance expenses are also included).

Seems like a good deal.
I’ve had a V40 for the past 3 years and it’s been incredible. Excellent MPG & ultra reliable.
Pointlessusername27/07/2019 08:16

Oh I do love a good lease deal on a Saturday morning ... bring on the …Oh I do love a good lease deal on a Saturday morning ... bring on the deluded lease haters!


Since when is £5k for nothing a deal?
Volvos are popular cars for the mega motorway mile company drivers, you can pick up relatively new high mileage low wear Volvos with good spec for not much more than this. If all you do is 10l a year or less I would just get a good 2 or 3 year old second hand high miler.
Do these still have that ghastly centre console with the million buttons on it ? We had a XC60 for a while and trying to work out what button did what while driving was a pain.
adamderak27/07/2019 09:21

My grandads penny farthing cost him thruppencd & it's still going.


He was overcharged!
A lease deal is what it is, you pay a certain amount and drive a vehicle for a number of years pretty much trouble free without the risks often associated with ownership, the costs are fixed each month. Some like the idea some don't, I really don't see any difference to those who slat these deals then pay a couple of grand to go on holiday for a week or 2, renting a villa instead of buying it, why? Because each year they want to go somewhere different and don't want the hassle of ownership and the amount of deposit etc needed to purchase.
kwl14727/07/2019 09:19

My 10 year old astra cost me a £2k and still runs just fine today(!) Never …My 10 year old astra cost me a £2k and still runs just fine today(!) Never given me a problem!


But it’s an Astra.. 🤢
liam.barrie27/07/2019 11:29

But it’s an Astra.. 🤢


Dreadful beasts...

The slack in the steering wheel says it all. Just look at the ploy...
hainesy27/07/2019 09:10

Not a bad deal, although dash is looking dated now. V40 is the last of the …Not a bad deal, although dash is looking dated now. V40 is the last of the Volvo range to get a full refresh, expect to see quite a few deals like this as they shift remaining stock - was same with old S60 last year.


I think they're discontinuing the V40
margamboy27/07/2019 11:15

A lease deal is what it is, you pay a certain amount and drive a vehicle …A lease deal is what it is, you pay a certain amount and drive a vehicle for a number of years pretty much trouble free without the risks often associated with ownership, the costs are fixed each month. Some like the idea some don't, I really don't see any difference to those who slat these deals then pay a couple of grand to go on holiday for a week or 2, renting a villa instead of buying it, why? Because each year they want to go somewhere different and don't want the hassle of ownership and the amount of deposit etc needed to purchase.


My impression is that the leases often cost less than the likely depreciation over the first couple of years. So, if you're interested in buying a new car, you might be better off leasing, then buying the depreciated car at the end of the lease. If they'll sell it to you.

If you're happy with second hand, buying a new car simply is a waste of money, anyway.
justabout7227/07/2019 10:25

Avoid this Chinese Swedish junk


Avoid because they did a recall when other manufactures would just let people die? Yeah good logic.
Don't know how it gets the good reviews but I drive one, 2014 model, and I'm not at all impressed.
JoseChupachup27/07/2019 10:13

Since when is £5k for nothing a deal?


Nothing?
You’d be having the joys of driving it...
I don’t think you should be allowed to play on your phone without supervision
JohnSmith2127/07/2019 12:57

Avoid because they did a recall when other manufactures would just let …Avoid because they did a recall when other manufactures would just let people die? Yeah good logic.


Care to enlighten me
justabout7227/07/2019 13:10

Care to enlighten me


Well for a start Audi currently have a system called “pre sense” that is causing all sorts of problems and Audi are completely ignoring thousands of complaints.

And by the way Volvo have the best safety record in the industry.
JohnSmith2127/07/2019 13:11

Well for a start Audi currently have a system called “pre sense” that is ca …Well for a start Audi currently have a system called “pre sense” that is causing all sorts of problems and Audi are completely ignoring thousands of complaints. And by the way Volvo have the best safety record in the industry.


But has anyone died? Of Pre sense problems
justabout7227/07/2019 13:29

But has anyone died? Of Pre sense problems


Audi refuse to release the data. And many people have died from systems faults in many cars and many manufactures have ignored issues. Volvo have the best safety record of all manufactures in the history of large scale automotive industry.
JohnSmith2127/07/2019 13:44

Audi refuse to release the data. And many people have died from systems …Audi refuse to release the data. And many people have died from systems faults in many cars and many manufactures have ignored issues. Volvo have the best safety record of all manufactures in the history of large scale automotive industry.


Do you work for Volvo by any chance 🚗
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