VOlkswagen Golf 1.6tdi 105 Match lease - £1881.60 upfront, £117.60 pm + £180 document fees £4844 @ CentralUK Vehicle Leasing
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VOlkswagen Golf 1.6tdi 105 Match lease - £1881.60 upfront, £117.60 pm + £180 document fees £4844 @ CentralUK Vehicle Leasing

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Found 5th Nov 2014
99 Plus vat to lease the volkswagen golf match tdi for two years. 74 mpg combined make this an affordable car to use, and although this deal is restricted to 5000 miles per annum, since excess miles are only 6 pence plus vat, it means that even if you're looking at 15000 miles per annum, you're only adding around £1000 on to the overall cost over the course of two years. For non business users it's £117.00. Initial payment is £1568.00 plus vat. Could be a good deal to someone like me, who would have loved to go for the Golf R, but was too afraid of the running costs!

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I'm not in the market for a deal but this seems pretty good to me

im just kidding myself on that the golf r will do 40mpg all the time
good deal though

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I think so too. Only issue for me is whether or not it might be slightly underpowered, but that doesn't really have too much to do with the deal

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springbrucesteen

im just kidding myself on that the golf r will do 40mpg all the time good … im just kidding myself on that the golf r will do 40mpg all the time good deal though



Would have loved that car, but I just know with my in town driving I would've ended up returning about 20mpg!!

nowhere near enough miles for me. 5k per month just ain't enough, that's why its so cheap.

yeah, 5k miles is just a joke. Do you really need a car if all you need is 5k a year? 10k a little better but then the price goes up to £370. Are you sure about that 6 pence per mile excess? Little hard to believe once you saw the price with 10000 mpa?

j3rr3my8

Would have loved that car, but I just know with my in town driving I … Would have loved that car, but I just know with my in town driving I would've ended up returning about 20mpg!!



i have the audi s3 and you'd be hard pushed to get as low as 20 mpg in a golf r unless you drive in auto dynamic like you stole it. 30 to 35 is nearer what you can get. 41 is achievable too

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chamblacha

nowhere near enough miles for me. 5k per month just ain't enough, that's … nowhere near enough miles for me. 5k per month just ain't enough, that's why its so cheap.



5000 a month isn't enough.........what you on, a world tour?

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Absolutely positive. When i enquired about the deal, the guy at the lease company said to me, don't bother going for a higher mileage allowance - the excess is only 6p plus vat, so much cheaper to do it that way.

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chamblacha

nowhere near enough miles for me. 5k per month just ain't enough, that's … nowhere near enough miles for me. 5k per month just ain't enough, that's why its so cheap.



That's not really relevant though when you only pay 6p plus vat for each excess mile you travel. So an extra 10 miles will cost you 60p plus vat. An extra 100 will cost you £6.00 plus vat. An extra 1000 miles will cost you £60 plus vat. therefore, an extra 10000 miles will cost you £600.00 plus vat. So that's £1200.00 extra plus vat during the duration of the lease, broken down across 23 payments, this would only cost you an extra roughly £50 per month, Taking the total up to around £150 pcm, which is absolutely brilliant for a lease deal which allows you to travel 15000 miles a year

Pity it’s a diseasal

The Match is a half decent spec as well, looks hot to me!

That's a good deal I do around 9k a year

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The following is copy pasted directly from the email I received from the lease company. Anyone else think this is suggesting that the Golf price is 99 inclusive of vat? The four cars below all stated plus vat next to the headline price, whereas the golf it just says £99...


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Volkswagen Golf 1.6TDi 105 MATCH 5dr Hatch Man
Bluetooth, DAB, 16” Alloys, Adaptive Cruise Control, 5.8” Colour Screen, Front & Rear Parking Sensors, Front Fog Lights
75 MPG (Combined)
99g/km – CO2
2 Year
5,000 Miles Per Annum
Initial Payment = £1500 + Vat

Monthly x23 = £99.99
DSG £10 a month more
Excess Mileage = 6p + vat per Mile

STOCK AVAILABLE
OR FACTORY ORDER MARCH

BUSINESS & PERSONAL CONTRACT SAME PRICE


HONDA CIVIC 1.6iDTEC S 5DR
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1500+VAT INITIAL PAYMENT
5K
£89.99+vat

proper decent spec. Banging hot deal I say and I'm on the look out for a new car aswell. discussing with wife. will need a service so add another £350 into the total price?

Having a Diesel to do 5k per year is a total contradiction.

I've got the same engine in a Fabia Monte Carlo - I haven't compared weights but would guess this golf is likely to be heavier. In my monte it's 'just' about got enough grunt for my liking, my prev car being a 147 bhp 1 series diesel.

I don't do a deal of miles in it (will prob do 9.5k in it's first year tops) but what I do do is mostly short trips - not 2 mile hops into town but ~10 - 15 mile commutes - mostly free flowing traffic on A or M roads. my mpg is improving with age but over a tank I get around 50mpg - I don't speed but I've a heavy foot at traffic lights etc.

Anyone thinking of owning I, and others at Briskoda, have found this engine to be quite diesel like it running in (compared to some other brands) - mine took to almost 7k to start to 'free up'. Deal looks good too - pretty similar to what I pay for the Fabia.

What exactly do these leases entail when it comes to wear and tear. can you treat the car as your own. what happens if the paint scratches. what about bad habits like resting your foot on the clutch or smoking. not that I will be doing any of these just curious how much you can use the car without feeling like it's a showroom car

This is a great deal if you know about leasing. If you dont know, get to know or shutup lol

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whatsausernamebro

What exactly do these leases entail when it comes to wear and tear. can … What exactly do these leases entail when it comes to wear and tear. can you treat the car as your own. what happens if the paint scratches. what about bad habits like resting your foot on the clutch or smoking. not that I will be doing any of these just curious how much you can use the car without feeling like it's a showroom car




bvrla.co.uk/ser…des

it's not too onerous by the looks of things...

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capriboycraig

I've got the same engine in a Fabia Monte Carlo - I haven't compared … I've got the same engine in a Fabia Monte Carlo - I haven't compared weights but would guess this golf is likely to be heavier. In my monte it's 'just' about got enough grunt for my liking, my prev car being a 147 bhp 1 series diesel.I don't do a deal of miles in it (will prob do 9.5k in it's first year tops) but what I do do is mostly short trips - not 2 mile hops into town but ~10 - 15 mile commutes - mostly free flowing traffic on A or M roads. my mpg is improving with age but over a tank I get around 50mpg - I don't speed but I've a heavy foot at traffic lights etc.Anyone thinking of owning I, and others at Briskoda, have found this engine to be quite diesel like it running in (compared to some other brands) - mine took to almost 7k to start to 'free up'. Deal looks good too - pretty similar to what I pay for the Fabia.




Yep, my concern also is whether or not it's going to be slightly underpowered. If a deal for a 2 litre tdi cropped up I'd jump at it, and may skip this deal in the hope of something just slightly more powerful becomes available at vaguely similar rates

j3rr3my8

Yep, my concern also is whether or not it's going to be slightly … Yep, my concern also is whether or not it's going to be slightly underpowered. If a deal for a 2 litre tdi cropped up I'd jump at it, and may skip this deal in the hope of something just slightly more powerful becomes available at vaguely similar rates



I leased my fabia to get free servicing with the intention of buying it straight out. I didn't as not sure I'm 100% happy with it - prob go back to RWD. Had I bought it then tuning to 130bhp is very straightforward and makes a world of difference.

Edited by: "capriboycraig" 5th Nov 2014

Heat added im paying more than that on my lease for a VW Polo 1.4 DSG and for the DSG version of this to be only £10 extra per month its a bargain and would still be cheaper than what im paying
Edited by: "blitzmmccv" 5th Nov 2014

this is a really good deal for anyone in the market for a new Golf

muradxs

proper decent spec. Banging hot deal I say and I'm on the look out for a … proper decent spec. Banging hot deal I say and I'm on the look out for a new car aswell. discussing with wife. will need a service so add another £350 into the total price?



Why, all modern cars do 20,000 miles between services with this your only doing 10K in total

too big an upfront rental so cold from me...

it says contract mileage. is it for 2 yrs or annual mileage?

great deal
u get to enjoy the diesel economy without the higher initial purchase price.
still not sure whether should lease or buy a reliable second hand car
Edited by: "fastmedium" 6th Nov 2014

would be a better deal if this was £120-£125 for 10,000

For the price of this lease one can buy a very decent car which can drive for years to come without major issues. I've never understood people who lease a car for private use and just waste their money

Chipsybg

For the price of this lease one can buy a very decent car which can drive … For the price of this lease one can buy a very decent car which can drive for years to come without major issues. I've never understood people who lease a car for private use and just waste their money

same here mate..one conclusion i have come to is that ppl just want to lease to show off rather considering it to go from A to B

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xigent

Pity it’s a diseasal



As opposed to a pettroll......

ukripper

same here mate..one conclusion i have come to is that ppl just want to … same here mate..one conclusion i have come to is that ppl just want to lease to show off rather considering it to go from A to B



Here we go, people still don't understand that you are only paying for the depreciation in theory... And even less than the depreciation in some instances like this one (possibly, haven't looked into it).
Rocket science it ain't.

paid 4750 for a diesel car which lasted 5 years and reached 257k miles, (160k with me only), if I could find another one...

I was offered the same / similar car (pcp)

3k down
200 a month x 36
8,000 miles pa

Cost 18700ish

Gfv 9500ish

This beats it hands down in every single respect, not least you don't get trapped at the same dealer in 3 years time. Wish I had seen this post before I bought my zafira, wife didn't want to "rent"

Buy appreciating assets, rent depreciating ones.

Ok if you want to buy a 5k car and hope nothing major goes wrong you could recoup maybe 50% of your outlay when you come to sell it on.

If I can bring myself to sell the zafira for 5k In3 years time, I will definately get a deal like this.

How hard is it to insure leasehold cars?

Edited by: "Johnboy_1975" 6th Nov 2014

zaax

Why, all modern cars do 20,000 miles between services with this your only … Why, all modern cars do 20,000 miles between services with this your only doing 10K in total



thats why most cars are dead at 100000 miles.

all makers put a intermediate service in every 12 months

http://images.esellerpro.com/2493/I/117/E83_IN_LedSchaltkn_PerlglChr.jpg

Hint for those who think this is underpowered.

Unless those miles are made up of longish trips 5000mls a year is totally unsuitable for a diesel engine fitted with a DPF. It may not cost you money but it will cost you time in trying to avoid DPF bockage, limp mode and dealer regens.

Gartley

yeah, 5k miles is just a joke. Do you really need a car if all you need … yeah, 5k miles is just a joke. Do you really need a car if all you need is 5k a year? 10k a little better but then the price goes up to £370. Are you sure about that 6 pence per mile excess? Little hard to believe once you saw the price with 10000 mpa?



Why not ? I do 6k a year & work from home most of the time. I do need to travel to the office occasionally though (65 mile round trip) & you need the option of having a car when you have kids or need independance.

I may not need a 4x4, but hey, it's comfy !

zooks

Unless those miles are made up of longish trips 5000mls a year is totally … Unless those miles are made up of longish trips 5000mls a year is totally unsuitable for a diesel engine fitted with a DPF. It may not cost you money but it will cost you time in trying to avoid DPF bockage, limp mode and dealer regens.



It's not if you know about these things & give it a good workout down the back lanes every so often.....
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