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Volkswagen Golf GTi lease and contract hire 2.0 TSI 245 GTI Performance 5dr DSG Total cost £17,310 at stable vehicle contracts
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Volkswagen Golf GTi lease and contract hire 2.0 TSI 245 GTI Performance 5dr DSG Total cost £17,310 at stable vehicle contracts

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Posted 28th Jan

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Car is for performance not practicality.

48 x £315 inc VAT per monthInitial Rental: £1890 inc VAT Processing Fee: £300 inc VAT
Total cost £17,310 / 48 = £ 360.63 Average

Approximate Delivery: 11th Feb 2020
Earlier delivery available on request
10,000 miles per year.
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Possibly the poorest value lease deal ever posted on HUKD?
Personally, I can't see the point of leasing beyond 3 years.
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Or maybe a Golf R for less than £300pm!

MM
I'm only really interested in 2 year leases. For this much outlay I think the argument for PCP is stronger
4 years means more tyres, servicing, MOT and risk of out-of-warranty requirements. It's cold from me, apologies.
Not a good deal. Cold
P.S new model out in a few months
Personally, I can't see the point of leasing beyond 3 years.
Rickardo28/01/2020 07:01

Personally, I can't see the point of leasing beyond 3 years.


There isn't, 3 years max I do two years no tax no MOT and a lot of manufacturers (dependent on model) do not require a service until the end of the second year (24 months) in which case I have already arranged its collection!

Leasing is the nuts, I get a new car every couple of years, no ownership anxiety I.e I am currentley driving a Volvo V90 estate and within the first couple of months it went wrong strangely I was not bothered the dealership dropped off a loan car and collected the lease and knowing what I know about the issue I am glad I did not pay or finance £35k as i would be more than a little p!55ed.

OP this does seem a little expensive try looking around!

MM
Edited by: "Mire.Mare" 28th Jan
You would be mad to take this deal.
Possibly the poorest value lease deal ever posted on HUKD?
Bagey28/01/2020 07:36

Possibly the poorest value lease deal ever posted on HUKD?


Oh no, there have been plenty far worse!
You do realise that every village has "one", don't you ?

I wonder if there's an idiot big enough to take this offer ?
Side point, anyone have any theories or insight as to what's likely to happen to the used and new mk7s when the 8 comes out? Do people reckon there will be any pre-reg bargains, or drops in used prices, or, will it make very little difference?
17k?!?
You can buy a car for that!
(I know this gets said on almost every lease deal but its justified this time!)
Mire.Mare28/01/2020 07:13

There isn't, 3 years max I do two years no tax no MOT and a lot of …There isn't, 3 years max I do two years no tax no MOT and a lot of manufacturers (dependent on model) do not require a service until the end of the second year (24 months) in which case I have already arranged its collection!Leasing is the nuts, I get a new car every couple of years, no ownership anxiety I.e I am currentley driving a Volvo V90 estate and within the first couple of months it went wrong strangely I was not bothered the dealership dropped off a loan car and collected the lease and knowing what I know about the issue I am glad I did not pay or finance £35k as i would be more than a little p!55ed.OP this does seem a little expensive try looking around!MM


I'm having an issue with my car, but the leasing company (not dealers, as its through G2L) are saying that I may be liable for the repair works if after diagnostics they find out that its cause is "driver error" when it's only done 14k miles. And I definitely haven't been thrashing the car, that's for sure.

I'm very puzzled, as I've had my Peugeot which is 13 years old with no clutch issues at all, and now I'm told I may be liable for costs on a brand new car. I know its not driver error, but the worry of it being put on me is my concern. Found a Tiguan forum with other drivers complaining of same/similar issue, nothing conclusive as of yet.

Any suggestions to a leasing newbie?
mayzi28/01/2020 08:51

17k?!? You can buy a car for that! (I know this gets said on almost every …17k?!? You can buy a car for that! (I know this gets said on almost every lease deal but its justified this time!)


It is justified, you can buy a 3 year old golf gti with about 35k miles on for 17k
This not a great deal.
Even if you bought the car brand new by walking into the dealership and bending over for them, paying OTR price, with some stupid APR and topped up whatever paint and upholstery protection they offer you, then sold it after 4 years and 40,000 miles plus a few tyres and other bits and bobs... I doubt you would have spent much more than that £17k
£17K to hand the car back, well the world is mad if this is a deal.
Cheaper to do PCP over 48 months- at least they will pay for 3 years servicing and a MOT.

Leases are only good for 2 years- generally you don’t need to pay a penny apart from a service.
Edited by: "dan.kordowski" 28th Jan
mkara28/01/2020 09:09

I'm having an issue with my car, but the leasing company (not dealers, as … I'm having an issue with my car, but the leasing company (not dealers, as its through G2L) are saying that I may be liable for the repair works if after diagnostics they find out that its cause is "driver error" when it's only done 14k miles. And I definitely haven't been thrashing the car, that's for sure.I'm very puzzled, as I've had my Peugeot which is 13 years old with no clutch issues at all, and now I'm told I may be liable for costs on a brand new car. I know its not driver error, but the worry of it being put on me is my concern. Found a Tiguan forum with other drivers complaining of same/similar issue, nothing conclusive as of yet.Any suggestions to a leasing newbie?


I would suggest getting an independent report (AA etc) all being well compile a dossier of other information that point the finger at the fact that it is an inherent fault with the vehicle. Armed with all of the facts contact the BVRLA and take it from there!

MM
freezing my fingers...
Heat for the OP in posting consistently poor lease deals on HUKD.

COLD for how bad it is !
Just for comparison, I lease my GTI for 3 years for little over £8k to then buy it outright this year for £16k..
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