Volkswagen, Golf Diesel Hatchback 1.6 TDI 110 Match Edition 5dr NEW - Personal Contract Hire yes-lease.co.uk
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Volkswagen, Golf Diesel Hatchback 1.6 TDI 110 Match Edition 5dr NEW - Personal Contract Hire yes-lease.co.uk

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Found 6th Jun 2016
Brand New Volkswagen, Golf Diesel Hatchback 1.6 TDI 110 Match Edition 5dr

£192.44 incl VAT monthly rental
£192.44 incl VAT initial rental

Contract term 24 months
Rental profile 1 + 23
Annual mileage 5000
Processing fee £300.00
Finance doc fee £0.00
Production status Current model
Warranty included yes
Breakdown cover yes

Not a bad price for Personal Contract Hire
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Only 5000 miles per annum
admirable

Only 5000 miles per annum



Yes as mentioned above
batezy_1984

Yes as mentioned above



​Which means it's not incredibly useful for most of the population
Its a Volkswagen, can't believe a word they say so I read.
Decent price , if 1 initial payment , but shows 9+23 ???
Edited by: "leroy786" 6th Jun 2016
only 5,000 miles a year, so makes no sense to buy a diesel?
I'd be interested to see the price for 15000 miles per annun
Still waiting for the emissions fix for my Tiguan
pstuart

Still waiting for the emissions fix for my Tiguan


If there was an easy fix to lower the emissions why would they have created the multi million pound deception the first place.
5k on diesel....
5k is fine, the mileage is really irrelevant, if you do a lot of miles you will have to pay more, obviously. Maybe leasing isn't for high mileage drivers ?, if you do a ton of miles on it and they have to sell it after so obviously they will charge more the relative depreciation caused

The major concern is that with a diesel through a lease, there is no cover at all, even with maintained contract for the pesky DPF . They handicap diesels these days, if you aren't regularly driving long distance then you may soon require manual DPF cleaning @ approx £350 or worst replacement at @ approx £2k - so cheap diesel deal may be false economy if you do low mileage.

Getting a new car cheap to be used when its important is a god send though, and well worth the money, even if you are in the 5k club , there isn't a better option for those of us that do low mileage, and getting a bike wont help with the misses and kids aboard
check_your_bank

5k is fine, the mileage is really irrelevant, if you do a lot of miles … 5k is fine, the mileage is really irrelevant, if you do a lot of miles you will have to pay more, obviously. Maybe leasing isn't for high mileage drivers ?, if you do a ton of miles on it and they have to sell it after so obviously they will charge more the relative depreciation causedThe major concern is that with a diesel through a lease, there is no cover at all, even with maintained contract for the pesky DPF . They handicap diesels these days, if you aren't regularly driving long distance then you may soon require manual DPF cleaning @ approx £350 or worst replacement at @ approx £2k - so cheap diesel deal may be false economy if you do low mileage.Getting a new car cheap to be used when its important is a god send though, and well worth the money, even if you are in the 5k club , there isn't a better option for those of us that do low mileage, and getting a bike wont help with the misses and kids aboard



Aaah so DPF failures or issues aren't covered under 3 year warranty at all ?

thebesttheworst

Aaah so DPF failures or issues aren't covered under 3 year warranty at … Aaah so DPF failures or issues aren't covered under 3 year warranty at all ?



nope, they will of course for manufacturing issues , but issues relating to build up of soot in the filter and subsequent issues due to driving style or not doing regens i believe you will be held accountable for, i guess it should be considered maintenance on these cars , but i bet its not covered if you take a out a 'fully maintained' lease.
check_your_bank

nope, they will of course for manufacturing issues , but issues relating … nope, they will of course for manufacturing issues , but issues relating to build up of soot in the filter and subsequent issues due to driving style or not doing regens i believe you will be held accountable for, i guess it should be considered maintenance on these cars , but i bet its not covered if you take a out a 'fully maintained' lease.



Thanks for your reply, much appreciated.
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