Volkswagen Golf R 3 Door Lease - £1799.91 + £199.99/month  £6759.68 @ Vehicle Savers
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Volkswagen Golf R 3 Door Lease - £1799.91 + £199.99/month £6759.68 @ Vehicle Savers

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Found 1st Jul 2016
Cheapest I have seen these and I've been looking for 6 months.

Deposit of £1,799.91 + £360 admin fee. Then £199.99/month for 23 months.

2 year term with 6k miles per year.

Total cost over two years £6,759.68

0-60 in 5.1 seconds

Top speed 155mph (not that you'll need that)

Just ordered mine and it includes sat nav, heated seats and metallic paint :-)
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Is the Sat Nav, Metallic paint and heated seats included in the total price above or did you mean you ordered yours with those extras OP?
They were included!
course if you got for 3 months upfront it costs 738.42 (plus admin of 360) and 23 months at 246.14... total cost 6759.64

thats a saving of 4 pence...
I just sold my car, so used that to pay the deposit. Preferred to have a lower monthly cost
benharris90

I just sold my car, so used that to pay the deposit. Preferred to have a … I just sold my car, so used that to pay the deposit. Preferred to have a lower monthly cost



I prefer to have no monthly cost.
Good price but only 6k miles!
It wasn't much more expensive for 10k miles. I don't drive to work, so it's only personal mileage, which suits me. 10k miles works out £784.96 more in total (£7,544.64).
Edited by: "benharris90" 1st Jul 2016
dvdphile

This or Leon Cupra … This or Leon Cupra 290???https://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/74508/seat/leon/20_tsi_cupra_black_290_5dr.htmlDecisions!,



Made my decision
Fair point Ben.

Don't suppose you know what the excess mileage charge is?
benharris90

Cheapest I have seen these and I've been looking for 6 months.



You mean the 3 door hatch? Because the deal I posted for the estate 2 months ago was slightly cheaper.
deeky

You mean the 3 door hatch? Because the deal I posted for the estate 2 … You mean the 3 door hatch? Because the deal I posted for the estate 2 months ago was slightly cheaper.


Not everyone wants an estate though! Me included!
dvdphile

Not everyone wants an estate though! Me included!



That's not what I asked is it? I asked was he referring specifically to the hatch version.


Don't quote me, but I think he said it was 9p/mile

HappyShopper

Fair point Ben.Don't suppose you know what the excess mileage charge is?

benharris90

Cheapest I have seen these and I've been looking for 6 months.



Yeah, cheapest 3 door hatch
Edited by: "benharris90" 1st Jul 2016
hope there is some lease deals for when my 208 gti expires
I'm so tempted by this but really want auto and 8k.

What's the difference between TSI r and the TSI gti?

Other than performance!

Edited by: "zonetime" 1st Jul 2016
dvdphile

Not everyone wants an estate though! Me included!


Yeah, but think how quickly you could get your junk to the tip!
zonetime

I'm so tempted by this but really want auto and 8k. What's the difference … I'm so tempted by this but really want auto and 8k. What's the difference between TSI r and the TSI gti?Other than performance!



R is 4 wheel drive, gti is front wheel drive.
gti would give better mpg but slower. Bodykit alloys bumpers look sportier on the R, and more aggresive.
This deal seems great but a **** just drove into my car in the petrol station and I'll miss out waiting for my repair
Best car I've ever had. Still puts a smile on my face every time i step into it. Will be a sad day when the lease is up
Toybhoy

Best car I've ever had. Still puts a smile on my face every time i step … Best car I've ever had. Still puts a smile on my face every time i step into it. Will be a sad day when the lease is up



It might not have to be up if you read this post in my R thread.

hotukdeals.com/dea…602
Do you know roughly what the delivery times are?
Just a heads up - lots of us Estate R leasers went directly to a VW dealer who matched the price of the lease deal, and in my case, delivery was in about 5 weeks as opposed to the 12-16 weeks quoted by the lease company. It can't do any harm to call your local dealer, even a distant dealer if yours won't or can't match it. Ask for the fleet manager and tell him about the deal you have seen, and can he match it.
Any Golf R drivers out there using solely 98 ron fuel, all 95 or a mixture? I have been using only 97-99 and wonder do I need to bother?
Edited by: "st_elswhere" 2nd Jul 2016
How does this deal compare to the Golf R deals from a few years ago?
Sat nav and heated seats (winter pack) now standard on the R.

My 3dr hatch almost two years old cost £7500 over two years maintained on 10k per annum but came without nav and winter then. RRP has gone up to justify spec. Inc in £7600 is metallic which cost £5pm on my lease.

I've had a full set of tyres, two services, new clutch and new turbo under my maintained contract so recon it's not as good a deal given mileage is 6k per year as opposed to 10k.
st_elswhere

Any Golf R drivers out there using solely 98 ron fuel, all 95 or a … Any Golf R drivers out there using solely 98 ron fuel, all 95 or a mixture? I have been using on 97-99 and wonder do I need to bother?



Never used anything except 95, it was not noticeably slower than a mates with tuning box and 98 Ron.
This deal throws a spanner in the works for me as I've currently got a Focus RS on order due Aug delivery but this is very tempting and leaves me a lot more cash in my pocket each month!
666bandit666

Sat nav and heated seats (winter pack) now standard on the R. My 3dr … Sat nav and heated seats (winter pack) now standard on the R. My 3dr hatch almost two years old cost £7500 over two years maintained on 10k per annum but came without nav and winter then. RRP has gone up to justify spec. Inc in £7600 is metallic which cost £5pm on my lease. I've had a full set of tyres, two services, new clutch and new turbo under my maintained contract so recon it's not as good a deal given mileage is 6k per year as opposed to 10k.



Your clutch and Turbo were done under warranty. I couldn't decide on maintenance or not and in the end didn't. 1 service and a set of tyres is what it has cost me. £159 and £440.
think i am better off for not having it.
markymark34

Your clutch and Turbo were done under warranty. I couldn't decide on … Your clutch and Turbo were done under warranty. I couldn't decide on maintenance or not and in the end didn't. 1 service and a set of tyres is what it has cost me. £159 and £440. think i am better off for not having it.




The turbo is warranty, the clutch only just. Turned into an argument between lease company (maintenance) and VW

Difference in mileage for me is £480. I couldn't buy decent tyres for £440 fitted and two services £450ish so the difference is bigger, peace of mind for maintenance is worth something.

My next R an estate is non maintained, I was purely making the comparison for others with the original deal.
Information on PH seems to suggest a deal will be offered for current people leasing a Golf R. If you do go for this deal, you won't regret it.

Genuinely don't know what car to go for next after current lease finishes. Part of me thinks go for another Golf R but I also wouldn't mind a different car. Will probably go the HUKD way and just go for the best lease deal on a hot hatch.
My golf R goes back in December misses wants me to use the old car which has just sat on the path for 2 years..... Dreading it nearly went for the Leon Cupra but not convinced if I should hold out for another golf R deal and sell the car on the path as it is still worth 4k
dvdphile

This or Leon Cupra … This or Leon Cupra 290???https://www.centralukvehicleleasing.co.uk/vehicle/choose_your_lease/74508/seat/leon/20_tsi_cupra_black_290_5dr.htmlDecisions!,



A seriously good deal. Over £1000 cheaper than the R, has half-leather seats, 19" alloys and DCC. But then again doesn't have 4motion and an extra 10bhp - pretty sure I can forgo those in order to save £40+ per month.
difference between PCH and PCP?
Lighters

difference between PCH and PCP?


Basically, you have the option to purchase it at the end of the term with PCP
So on PCP i would have the option to buy the vehicle at reduced price of the 5-7k i have put in or walk away with nothing to show at the end of the 2 years for renting it etc.

On PCP if I decide to get another vehicle that 5-7k Im guessing it doesnt transfer onto a new vehicle etc, it would start as a new contract correct?

So it is literally as simple as PCP = option to buy, PCH only rent it for 2 years and then give it back with no option to purchase.

What about GAP insurance, guessing you kind of need this and how much does it generally cost in addition to normal insurance?
Edited by: "Lighters" 2nd Jul 2016
motty_88

Do you know roughly what the delivery times are?



12 weeks is what I was told.
Lighters

So on PCP i would have the option to buy the vehicle at reduced price of … So on PCP i would have the option to buy the vehicle at reduced price of the 5-7k i have put in or walk away with nothing to show at the end of the 2 years for renting it etc.On PCP if I decide to get another vehicle that 5-7k Im guessing it doesnt transfer onto a new vehicle etc, it would start as a new contract correct?So it is literally as simple as PCP = option to buy, PCH only rent it for 2 years and then give it back with no option to purchase.What about GAP insurance, guessing you kind of need this and how much does it generally cost in addition to normal insurance?



In the Estate R thread we paid between about £80 and £120 for GAP insurance
Lighters

So on PCP i would have the option to buy the vehicle at reduced price of … So on PCP i would have the option to buy the vehicle at reduced price of the 5-7k i have put in or walk away with nothing to show at the end of the 2 years for renting it etc.On PCP if I decide to get another vehicle that 5-7k Im guessing it doesnt transfer onto a new vehicle etc, it would start as a new contract correct?So it is literally as simple as PCP = option to buy, PCH only rent it for 2 years and then give it back with no option to purchase.What about GAP insurance, guessing you kind of need this and how much does it generally cost in addition to normal insurance?



PCP you are purchasing the vehicle. They typically run for 36 or 48 months. The monthly payment is calculated as the price of the car minus the 'guaranteed future value' divided over the term, with interest added on top. The monthly payment on a PCP is impacted by car price, depreciation, interest rates and discounts. You have 3 options at the end either buy the car outright, hand the car back or part exchange the car for a new one.

PCH is purely renting, you are never the registered owner. You have a set deposit and monthly payments and you hand the car back at the end. The main benefit of PCH is you can get an expensive car you might not otherwise afford on a very low monthly payment.

The main benefit of PCP is that you can sell the car at any time to pay off the remainder of the deal (although you will likely have negative equity) and PCP tends to be more cost effective for people doing high mileage (20k+ per year) or add lots of options to the car. You can also make modifications on a PCP.
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