Volkswagen Golf Estate 2.0 TSI R DSG (300bhp) personal lease. 10k miles PA, £2,400 dep, £174.81pm x 23, £239.99 admin fee = £6660.61 @ NationalVehicleSolutions
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Volkswagen Golf Estate 2.0 TSI R DSG (300bhp) personal lease. 10k miles PA, £2,400 dep, £174.81pm x 23, £239.99 admin fee = £6660.61 @ NationalVehicleSolutions

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Found 6th Apr 2016
This looks a pretty good deal on the face of it.

10k miles a year allowance

£2,400 dep

£174.81 pm x 23

£239.99 admin fee

= £6,660.61 in total.

Deposit can be reduced to:

3 months (£761.52) = £253.84pm

6 months (£1365.48) = £227.58pm
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pukenukem

10 years ago this would have been an amazing deal. Now not so. Of … 10 years ago this would have been an amazing deal. Now not so. Of course, this has nothing to what you've posted, but my age. You see, I read this, like it, and then see the MPG and wish it was a bit less powerful and more economical. Shoot me now.



So you missed the Passat Alltrack deal that was half this price? 4motion, estate, DSG, diesel with 190 horses but better fuel economy, List price of the car is £30k+ but was yours to lease for £3.4k over 2 years.

Best lease deal so far, IMO.

Deal lasted less than 24 hours though because it was a price glitch. Surprisingly they're being honoured. I've heard VW's finances are doing exceptionally well at the moment. oO
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Edited by: "deeky" 7th Apr 2016
Popped 6 degrees on it to level it out. No idea about the golf. Car or the sport. But, I'll take your word for it.
deeky it's £300 cheaper over the term here:

http://www.horizonvehicleleasing.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/volkswagen/golf-estate/golf-estate-20-tsi-r-5dr-dsg-73216159

Are you going for this car?
karlie88

deeky it's £300 cheaper over the term … deeky it's £300 cheaper over the term here:http://www.horizonvehicleleasing.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/volkswagen/golf-estate/golf-estate-20-tsi-r-5dr-dsg-73216159Are you going for this car?



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I said I was on the lookout though X)
karlie88

deeky it's £300 cheaper over the term … deeky it's £300 cheaper over the term here:http://www.horizonvehicleleasing.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/volkswagen/golf-estate/golf-estate-20-tsi-r-5dr-dsg-73216159Are you going for this car?



No steering wheel is on the wrong side! X)
10 years ago this would have been an amazing deal. Now not so. Of course, this has nothing to what you've posted, but my age. You see, I read this, like it, and then see the MPG and wish it was a bit less powerful and more economical. Shoot me now.
I’ll buy it if you will be my chauffeur
Heat added oO
pukenukem

10 years ago this would have been an amazing deal. Now not so. Of … 10 years ago this would have been an amazing deal. Now not so. Of course, this has nothing to what you've posted, but my age. You see, I read this, like it, and then see the MPG and wish it was a bit less powerful and more economical. Shoot me now.



So you missed the Passat Alltrack deal that was half this price? 4motion, estate, DSG, diesel with 190 horses but better fuel economy, List price of the car is £30k+ but was yours to lease for £3.4k over 2 years.

Best lease deal so far, IMO.

Deal lasted less than 24 hours though because it was a price glitch. Surprisingly they're being honoured. I've heard VW's finances are doing exceptionally well at the moment. oO
karlie88

So you missed the Passat Alltrack deal that was half this price? 4motion, … So you missed the Passat Alltrack deal that was half this price? 4motion, estate, DSG, diesel with 190 horses but better fuel economy, List price of the car is £30k+ but was yours to lease for £3.4k over 2 years.Best lease deal so far, IMO.Deal lasted less than 24 hours though because it was a price glitch. Surprisingly they're being honoured. I've heard VW's finances are doing exceptionally well at the moment. oO



I was gutted about that. Tried to call next morning to ask a few questions, couldn't get through. By the time I got home and got through it was too late
karlie88

deeky it's £300 cheaper over the term … deeky it's £300 cheaper over the term here:http://www.horizonvehicleleasing.co.uk/personal-lease-cars/volkswagen/golf-estate/golf-estate-20-tsi-r-5dr-dsg-73216159Are you going for this car?



Do you know anything about the 2 companies karlie? £300 is not to be sniffed at but it's pretty insignificant if one is so much better than the other.
Go deeks...
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deeky

I was gutted about that. Tried to call next morning to ask a few … I was gutted about that. Tried to call next morning to ask a few questions, couldn't get through. By the time I got home and got through it was too late



Hopefully there'll be another deal in the near future.
deeky

Do you know anything about the 2 companies karlie? £300 is not to be … Do you know anything about the 2 companies karlie? £300 is not to be sniffed at but it's pretty insignificant if one is so much better than the other.



There'll be no significant difference deeky. One may do the credit search a few hours earlier and give you your order number a couple of days earlier, but in all honesty there'll all pretty much the same.
karlie88

There'll be no significant difference deeky. One may do the credit search … There'll be no significant difference deeky. One may do the credit search a few hours earlier and give you your order number a couple of days earlier, but in all honesty there'll all pretty much the same.



I read about some in the Passat thread going straight to their local VW dealer. Are there any drawbacks to that? I imagine cutting out the middleman has got to be good?

Edited by: "deeky" 6th Apr 2016
daffers

I’ll buy it if you will be my chauffeur



deeky

I read about some in the Passat thread going straight to their local VW … I read about some in the Passat thread going straight to their local VW dealer. Are there any drawbacks to that? I imaging cutting out the middleman has got to be good?



Yes you cut out the broker and the admin fee. Trick is to send emails or phone your closest 3 dealers and ask to be put through to the fleet manager who will have access to personal lease deals.

The salesmen on the shop floor with white shirts and clippety-clop shoes will laugh in your face if you quote this deal. PCP is what they sell.
karlie88

Yes you cut out the broker and the admin fee. Trick is to send emails or … Yes you cut out the broker and the admin fee. Trick is to send emails or phone your closest 3 dealers and ask to be put through to the fleet manager who will have access to personal lease deals.The salesmen on the shop floor with white shirts and clippety-clop shoes will laugh in your face if you quote this deal. PCP is what they sell.



Thanks Karlie. I'm feeling a few phone calls in the morning coming on X)
deeky

Thanks Karlie. I'm feeling a few phone calls in the morning coming on X)



8am sharp - don't miss out on this deal. X)
karlie88

8am sharp - don't miss out on this deal. X)



Definitely worth a call to a couple of dealers. I leased a Tiguan last year, they beat all the internet quotes I had by a fair few quid, made a deposit contribution and even threw in some decent mats. Don't even worry about distance - I live just outside Chester and got a Golf a few years back from a dealer on the outskirts of London.
Handles well...nice deal deeky X)

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Deeky in deals - heat added

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Chanchi32

Deeky in deals - heat added



Wow chinchi! That's great, how long did it take you to knock up? Saved for future use X)

WBBTW

Edited by: "deeky" 6th Apr 2016
How do I explain to the wife that this is the perfect family car we have been looking for?

Maybe don't tell her what's under the bonnet?
Missed out on the Passat Alltrack.
Cristiano

How do I explain to the wife that this is the perfect family car we have … How do I explain to the wife that this is the perfect family car we have been looking for?Maybe don't tell her what's under the bonnet? Missed out on the Passat Alltrack.



Just don't mention the power, like you said, a nice Golf Estate, perfect for a young family X)
Cristiano

How do I explain to the wife that this is the perfect family car we have … How do I explain to the wife that this is the perfect family car we have been looking for?Maybe don't tell her what's under the bonnet? Missed out on the Passat Alltrack.



Don't explain. Just get it.
Looks nice in white

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Edited by: "deeky" 6th Apr 2016
Wow that looks smart in white. Are those the standard wheels?
Cristiano

Wow that looks smart in white. Are those the standard wheels?


Nope, 19" extras.
Cristiano

Wow that looks smart in white. Are those the standard wheels?



Remember to factor in the visits to the Dentist and Chiropractor!;)
Cristiano

Wow that looks smart in white. Are those the standard wheels?



No, looks like they are the optional 19" 'Pretoria' wheels. Standard whhels ar '18" Cadiz, as seen in pic.

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Edited by: "deeky" 6th Apr 2016
I've never really liked estate cars but that looks quality. With the price of petrol being so reasonable this is a real contender. Considering the other cars you get for sub 200 a month. In 2 years one of these cant be worth much more than 18k, so i don't know how they do it. List is north of £30k.
Cristiano

I've never really liked estate cars but that looks quality. With the … I've never really liked estate cars but that looks quality. With the price of petrol being so reasonable this is a real contender. Considering the other cars you get for sub 200 a month. In 2 years one of these cant be worth much more than 18k, so i don't know how they do it. List is north of £30k.



I know. It's a mystery to me as well. They must cost much less than we imagine to produce.

Edited by: "deeky" 6th Apr 2016
Cristiano

I've never really liked estate cars but that looks quality. With the … I've never really liked estate cars but that looks quality. With the price of petrol being so reasonable this is a real contender. Considering the other cars you get for sub 200 a month. In 2 years one of these cant be worth much more than 18k, so i don't know how they do it. List is north of £30k.



http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/volkswagen/golf/91187/volkswagen-golf-r-estate-2015-review

These are the standard wheels

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Edited by: "deeky" 6th Apr 2016
Sorry for my ignorance... I do not know much about lease deals... Can someone please explain what happens after 24 months? Does the car go back to the lease company?

Also, what if someone was to pay off the lease company after say just one month?
deeky

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Still nice. Decisions decisions.

The funny thing is that this would be the wife's car. She is the one on maternity leave with our little one. Unless I can somehow say I should drive the family car and you can drive the other car. She will be back to work in January so I could then make a play to drive this. The wife would literally pootle around town to and from the shops. But at the weekend, play time.
daffers

I’ll buy it if you will be my chauffeur


Driving Miss Daffers.
Cristiano

Still nice. Decisions decisions. The funny thing is that this would be … Still nice. Decisions decisions. The funny thing is that this would be the wife's car. She is the one on maternity leave with our little one. Unless I can somehow say I should drive the family car and you can drive the other car. She will be back to work in January so I could then make a play to drive this. The wife would literally pootle around town to and from the shops. But at the weekend, play time.



That is how you got into this mess in the first place! X)
sydney871

Sorry for my ignorance... I do not know much about lease deals... Can … Sorry for my ignorance... I do not know much about lease deals... Can someone please explain what happens after 24 months? Does the car go back to the lease company? Also, what if someone was to pay off the lease company after say just one month?



Point 1 - it just goes back to the lease company.

Point 2 - you mean pay of the 23 payments up front? Dunno if you could, or why you would want to do that.
sydney871

Sorry for my ignorance... I do not know much about lease deals... Can … Sorry for my ignorance... I do not know much about lease deals... Can someone please explain what happens after 24 months? Does the car go back to the lease company? Also, what if someone was to pay off the lease company after say just one month?


Yes you give it them back. The second question isn't possible really, I don't think you can pay it off. You are signing a contract to pay a deposit and a monthly figure for 2 years in exchange for this beautiful car.

A good deal in my book for a lease is if it costs you less over the lease period that it would in depreciation if you "owned" the car.

If you take this example - the golf has a list of 33k. If in 2 years this car could be sold for more than just shy of £26k (list minus lease cost) it would work out better (without taking into consideration how large the monthly payment, interest etc).

But this car would depreciate a lot more than the price of this lease quoted above - which in my book is the sign of a good deal.
Just my personal take on leases and this deal.
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